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In modern society, both science and technology are developing at anunprecedented rate, which need more talents. The key of talent trainingincludes, on the one hand, professional knowledge and skills and on the otherhand, the ability of thinking and autonomic learning. As an effective tool ofthinking, mind-map can develop human potential and the students’ thinkingability greatly. Mind-map is made up of lines, symbols, text, color andgraphics elements. One can visualize the storage, organization, arrangement,study, and review and memorize information by applying this effective means ofthinking. It is based on the related way of thinking style that one canconstruct his own knowledge system. At the same time, meta-cognition ispeople’s perception of their own cognitive activities, which includes meta-cognitiveknowledge thinking about thinking, meta-cognitive experience selecting andusing strategies, and meta-cognitive monitoring strategy. Meta-cognitivelearning strategies are playing an important and essential role in students’autonomic learning. Based on meta-cognitive learning strategies and mind-map,the author takes college English teaching and learning process of non-Englishmajor students in Yantai Nanshan University as the research objective, exploresthe optimization of college English teaching and learning pattern and providesreferences for college teachers home and abroad.

KEYWORDS

College English Education, Mind-Map, Meta-Cognitive Learning Strategies

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Huang, M. 2016 Optimization of College English Acquisition on the Basis of Mind-Map and Meta-Cognitive Learning Strategies. Open Access Library Journal, 3, 1-5. doi: 10.4236-oalib.1102781.





Autor: Miao Huang

Fuente: http://www.scirp.org/



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