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    標題: The effect of motivation on foreign language teacging and leaming
    作者: 黃培斌
    貢獻者: 通識教育中心
    關鍵字: Foreign Language Teaching
    Foreign Language Leaming Motivation
    日期: 2009-01-14
    上傳時間: 2010-04-20 14:54:03 (UTC+8)
    摘要: Lacking learning motivation has been a common phenomenon among students of non-English speaking countries in the world. Without motivation, learning definitely results in failure or ineffeciency, and that is why so many educators and language experts worldwide have been cudgeling their brains trying to find out the cause of motivelessness and figure out the solution to the problems. The paper aims to disclose the importance of motivation on foreign language(English)teaching and learning, and state briefly on the history and development of learning motivation. It was 1970s,when the Canadian scholar Gardner et al., from social cultural angle, first proposed the most revolutionary theory on motivation, afterwards, a bunch of scholars and specialist joined the debate trying to raise doubts and amendments from all aspects to make some adjustment and theory on teaching as well as the suggestions to the overcoming of the blind spot that researchers might come across in the future study.
    關聯: 2009南區通識教育學術研討會論文集:433-448頁
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