This PowerPoint explains what meta-cognition is and why it benefits learners /teachers. I have used this in elementary, middle school, and high school settings. You can modify the language on the slide with all of the reflection questions. I generally show the PowerPoint all the way through when I first introduce the term. Then, I will stay on the last two slides at the end of every lesson in order to get my students to self-reflect and provide me with feedback. I always flip back to previous slides if a students asks why they are being asked to reflect on the lesson. Sometimes I have my students write down their responses on a piece of paper (like an exit ticket) and collect them before they leave the classroom/or change lessons. When I am short on time and want to change things up, I will call on students orally to have them read aloud one of their responses. Again, this is a great tool for introducing academic language, allowing students time to digest the lesson, and give feedback and closure.