A Study on Cognitive Differences of Learners and Second Language Acquisition Based on Constructivism Theory
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Individual Differences Are an Important Factor Affecting Language Teaching. Students with Different Cognitive Styles Often Adopt Different Learning Strategies. by Analyzing the Differences in Students' Subjective Cognitive Styles, the Paper Points out That in Recent Years, Constructivism Learning Theory Has Shown Great Vitality in the World. as a New Epistemology, Constructivism Theory Has Exerted a Certain Influence on Teaching. Learning Subjects with Different Cognitive Styles Often Adopt Different Learning Methods in Language Learning, and the Final Learning Results Also Have Great Differences. Second Language Teaching Has Been Trying to Explore More Effective Teaching Methods. This Paper Attempts to Analyze the Relationship between Cognitive Differences of Learners and Second Language Acquisition from the Perspective of Constructivism Learning Theory, and Discusses That in Foreign Language Teaching, Teachers Should Choose Teaching Methods Suitable for Learners' Cognitive Style, and Truly Teach Students in Accordance with Their Aptitude, So as to Improve the Quality of Foreign Language Teaching.
Individual Differences; Cognitive Style; Second Language; Constructivism