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2018-12-12

cognitive theory of learning

cognitive theory of learning

In the classroom
Relevant activities include review and revision, class vocabulary bags, using a scaffolding approach with young learners, analysis and discussion of language and topics, inductive approaches and learner training.
Example
This view leads to a classroom focus on using learning strategies that have been observed in successful language learners and to a view of the learner as an ‘information-processor’, with limitations as to how much new information can be retained, and who needs strategies to be able to transfer information into memory.

References:

http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/article/cognitive-theory

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