The Influence of Meta-Cognitive Strategies on Individual’s Vocabulary Learning

Fang GUO, Xin Li


Meta-cognitive learning strategy is the essential learning strategy for second language learning, and students who have good meta-cognitive learning strategy, who is better at second language learning. For Chinese students, second language vocabulary learning is very important and quite difficult. This paper mainly uses confirmatory research to investigate the influence of meta-cognitive learning strategies on the individual at the aspect of second language vocabulary learning and proposes further suggestion to the second language teaching.


meta-cognitive learning strategies; vocabulary learning; individual; confirmatory research

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