Learners’ Motivation and the Implications for Classroom Teaching

Ai-ming ZOU, Ai-min LIANG


Motivation accounts for remarkable and significant places in individual differences and L2 acquisition. Moreover, its implications for classroom teaching seem to be more practical, which makes a great difference to teachers who can completely understand and take advantage of the implications.
Keywords: motivation; classroom teaching
Résumé: La motivation joue un rôle remarquable et signifiant dans les différences individuelles et l’acquissions de L2. Pourtant, ses implications pour l’apprentissage en classe apparaissent plus pratiques, ce qui engendre une grande différence dans les enseignants qui peuvent comprendre complètement et en bien profiter.
Mots-clés: motivation, apprentissage en classe.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.css.1923669720060201.013


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