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Chapter 11 Creating and Using Visual Notes and Study Tools
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Copyright © Houghton Mifflin 11 - 2
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Copyright © Houghton Mifflin 11 - 3 Chapter Objectives Describe strategies you use to tailor your approach to learning. Explain and demonstrate how to create and use visual mappings. Explain and demonstrate how to create and use hierarchies. Explain and demonstrate how to create and use comparison charts.
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Copyright © Houghton Mifflin 11 - 4 Metacognition Metacognition is the process of understanding how you learn and process information: Information Processing Model working memory long-term memory schemas associations and memory searches learning style preferences Principles of Memory
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Copyright © Houghton Mifflin 11 - 5 Metacognition Metacognition is the process of understanding what you need to learn: factual information steps or procedural information prototypes themes, large concepts, and main ideas important supporting details terminology and definitions
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Copyright © Houghton Mifflin 11 - 6 Metacognition Metacognition is the process of understanding which strategies or techniques would be most effective or best matched to the learning task and process: elaborative rehearsal strategies repetition strategies textbook reading system to use notetaking system to use study tools to create strategies to apply Principles of Memory
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Copyright © Houghton Mifflin 11 - 7 Metacognition Discussion Points: How does a metacognitive approach shift the responsibility for learning to the student? What are the benefits of tailoring or personalizing your approach to learning college material?
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