Higher-order thinking in foreign language learning

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Bastos, Ascensão; Ramos, Altina;
  • Publisher: Society for Science and Education
  • Identifiers: doi: 10.14738/assrj.45.2788
  • Subject: Higher-Order-Thinking | :Ciências da Educação [Ciências Sociais] | Self-Regulation Process | Transfer | Cognitive Tools | YouTube videos

A project is being conducted in English as a foreign language (EFL), involving eleventh graders in formal and non-formal learning contexts, in a Portuguese high school. The goal of this study is to examine the impact of cognitive tools and higher-order thinking processe... View more
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