Metacognitive Strategies for Improving Listening

Metacognitive instruction can be used to develop and facilitate the process of listening comprehension, reducing the complexity of listening comprehension for less-skilled listeners.

Metacognitive instruction can also help students become more effective readers. It involves teaching students to actively engage in the reading process by asking themselves questions about what they are reading. This helps them comprehend the material better, understand its main ideas, and recognize important details.

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