Research on College English Reading Teaching Based on Metacognitive Strategies

Yuanhong XU

Abstract


The thematic teaching of comprehensive reading for college English courses based on metacognitive strategies focuses on guiding college students to discover and think about the source of the comprehensive reading section of the English subject from life, and use life materials to construct the basic English subject comprehensive reading section thinking of college students. In view of the differences in cognition and thinking of college students, in the actual teaching operation stage of comprehensive reading for English courses, teachers should transform traditional educational thinking and use the topics of comprehensive reading for English courses to teach college life and daily English curriculum integration. A variety of teaching methods and models such as thematic teaching of reading and the integration of books in the comprehensive reading section of regional English subjects have stimulated college students’ interest in participating in the comprehensive reading section of English subjects. Combining the current status of the teaching of comprehensive reading for college English courses, as well as the thinking and practice of the teaching of comprehensive reading for college students, it effectively promotes the life-oriented teaching of comprehensive reading for English courses to help college students build a good comprehensive reading section for English subjects. Thinking and mode.


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Metacognitive strategies; College English; Reading teaching

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/12160

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