Generalization Strategies

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Defined in a broad way, learning strategies are behaviors or thoughts that facilitate learning. These strategies range from simple study skills, and underlining the main idea, to complex thought processes as the use of analogies to relate prior knowledge with new information. The two types of strategies: instructional (imposed) and learning (induced) are cognitive strategies, involved in processing information from texts, which makes a reader, though in the first case the emphasis is on the material and the second in the apprentice. To get a clearer picture of what they are learning strategies, I invite you to view the following video from youtube:

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