Metacognitive Strategies: Definition & Examples


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All of the following could be considered teaching metacognitive strategies except:

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1. The goal of teaching metacognitive strategies is to

2. The following are all examples of metacognitive strategies except

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Metacognitive strategies are complex thinking skills; this quiz/worksheet combination will help test your understanding of these strategies. You will be assessed on the benefits of metacognitive strategies and other information included in the lesson.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

In these assessments you will be tested on:

  • Teaching students using metacognitive strategies
  • Metacognitive strategies
  • The goal of metacognitive strategies
  • Benefits of having metacognitive strategies

Skills Practiced

These assessments will allow students to practice the following skills:

  • Information Recall- access the knowledge you've gained regarding the purpose of metacognitive strategies
  • Knowledge Application- use your knowledge to answer questions about benefits of metacognitive strategies
  • Interpreting Information- verify that you can read information regarding the meaning and examples of metacognitive strategies and interpret it accurately

Additional Learning

To learn more about metacognitive strategies, review the accompanying lesson. The following objectives are covered:

  • Define metacognition
  • Examples of metacognitive strategies
  • Benefits of using metacognitive strategies
  • The teaching of metacognitive strategies