Metacognition and Reading Comprehension

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  • Alireza Karbalaei Islamic Azad University

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Alireza Karbalaei, Islamic Azad University

Alireza Karbalaei is an EFL teacher and a Ph.D. Graduate in ELT. His main research interests lie in reading strategies, affective variables, language acquisition and learning, TEFL, and TESL. He has publis- hed several articles and books mostly in the field of TEFL

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2011-08-11

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Karbalaei, A. (2011). Metacognition and Reading Comprehension. Íkala, Revista De Lenguaje Y Cultura, 16(2), 5–14. Retrieved from https://revistas.udea.edu.co/index.php/ikala/article/view/9913

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