Metacognition & Self-Regulated Learning (Lesson / Introduction)

This professionally designed lesson introduces metacognition & self-regulated learning to students aged 11-16.

The lesson is fully resourced and contains:

  • A PowerPoint Presentation
  • A Double-Sided Colour Worksheet (A4)
  • A Lesson Plan

The learning objectives of this lesson are as follows:

  1. Describe What Self-Regulated Learning (SRL) Involves
  2. Explain What Metacognition Is And Why It’s Important
  3. Evaluate Different Approaches To Metacognition & Self-Regulated Learning

The lesson is designed to last for a 1-hour teaching session: it includes a hook, learning objectives, starter activities, essential information, main activities (on the included worksheet), assessment for learning tasks and debate/discussion tasks. You can take a look at some sample slides from the presentation here and read the lesson plan here.
This download is ideal for teachers and educators looking for a comprehensive introduction to metacognition and self-regulated learning that can be delivered in one lesson: it’s a great way to introduce these important concepts to your students and get them engaging in relevant reflection activities!

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  • Lesson-(Introduction-Metacognition-Self-Regulation-Regulated)-(4).PNG

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Created: Feb 18, 2020

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