DIRECT AND INDIRECT STRATEGLES

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DIRECT AND INDIRECT
STRATEGLES
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DIRECT AND INDIRECT STRATEGLES
1 Direct strategies
1.1
2 Memory strategies
2.1 Helps students to store and remember information.
2.1.1
2.1.1.1 You can remember when you see an image with the meaning in English
2.2 To associate images with sounds, to make word lists, to look for the definition of new words
3 Socio-affective strategies
3.1 They are used for self-motivation and encouragement, to reduce anxiety, to promote interaction opportunities and cooperation with others.
3.1.1
3.1.1.1 Empathize with people
4 Metacognitive/self -regulatory strategies
4.1 These help students regulate their cognitive activity by engaging in active planning, checking, testing, monitoring, revising, selecting strategies.
4.1.1
4.1.1.1 the child manages a rhythm in their learning
5 Indirect strategies
5.1
A1 Cognitive strategies
A1.1 cognitive strategies are used for manipulating mentally or physically information to be learnt in ways that enhance learning.
A1.1.1
A1.1.1.1 the child sees the images, analyzes them and reasons them
A2 Compensatory strategies
A2.1 include actions such as: guessing the meaning, making predictions, using mime and gestures, finding alternative ways to express the ideas and the use of synonyms.
A2.1.1
A2.1.1.1 the child solves problems with communication
A3 Affective Strategies
A3.1 The affective factors like emotion, attitude, motivation, and values influence learning in an important way. Three sets of strategies are included in this group: Lowering Your Anxiety, Encouraging Yourself, and Taking Your Emotional Temperature
A3.1.1
A3.1.1.1 Children control emotions

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