"What Were You Thinking?": The Use of Metaconitive Strategy During Engagement with Reading Narrative and Informational Genres (Report) (Case Study)

By Canadian Journal of Education

  • Release Date - Published: 2008-10-01
  • Book Genre: Education
  • Author: Canadian Journal of Education
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This qualitative case study illustrates and compares the metacognitive strategies that a grade-3 female student used while reading narrative and informational texts. Data were collected from interviews, observations, and videotaping of the participant's narrative and informational text oral reading sessions and examined using thematic analysis. Findings showed that she used markedly different metacognitive strategies for each genre, resulting in comprehension difficulties while reading the informational text. This article suggests that for students to meet the challenges of informational texts, they must be taught specific metacognitive strategies while working with explicit text patterns. Key words: metacognition, comprehension, text, stimulated recall, self-regulation

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