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Title: Some Extrinsic Motivational Factors for Learning Critical Foreign Languages
Authors: Atitsogbui, E. N.
Garagulya, S. I.
Atitsogbui, R. M. K.
Keywords: Authors of BSTU
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: IOP Publishing
Abstract: Abstract. In this article we discuss some extrinsic factors that impact students‟ motivation to learn foreign languages. These factors, attitude, goals and efforts were studies and analyzed by many researchers. Taha [8], Huang [6], Csizer and Dornyei [2], noted that attitudes toward the language community, native speakers and the language itself are important factors in the learning process. These factors enable creation of a positive attitude and tolerance and understanding of cultural, religious, and societal differences. Hidi and Harackiewicz [5] and Schunk [5] discussed the influence of mastery and performance goals on academic motivation. They emphasized that only attractive and realistic goals can motivate people to act. Csizer and Dornyei [2], Schunk [5] considered effort as one of criterion measures to examine motivational factors that determine direction and magnitude of motivated human behavior.
Description: Atitsogbui E. N. Some Extrinsic Motivational Factors for Learning Critical Foreign Languages / E. N. Atitsogbui, S. I. Garagulya, R. M. K. Atitsogbui // IOP Conf. Series: Earth and Environmental Science. - 2019. - Vol. 272. - 032209.
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