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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.7.NQ33485

METACOGNITIVE APPROACH TO LANGUAGE LEARNING: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY

Dr. Thomas Alwa Edison. K

Abstract

This study focuses on the psychological underpinnings of metacognition.It also explains how second language instructors might raise learners' metacognitive awareness. The study will provide data to justify the inclusion of training in metacognitive strategy awareness within an L2 curriculum. The growth of learner autonomy is facilitated by teaching students to be more aware of and critical of how they approach language learning. This empirical study justifies the efficacy of metacognitive instruction as a pedagogical strategy.

Keywords

Metacognition, learning, awareness, performance , efficacy study

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