An Elementary Analysis on the Cultivation of College Students’ English Learning Motivation

Zhijuan LI


Learning motivation plays an important role in college students’ English learning process and learning effectiveness. Based on the current situation of college students’ English learning motivation, this article proposes from four aspects to help cultivate college students’ English learning motivation, including learning objective, teaching method, teaching model and teacher-student relationship. It will provide a guidance for improving college students’ English learning effectiveness.


College student; English; Learning motivation; Cultivate; English learning

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