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Motivation. Antonina Kravchenko. І . The importance of Motivation. ІІ . Characteristics of motivated learners. Positive task orientation. Ego- involvement. Motivated learners. Tolerance of ambiguity. Need for achievement. Perseverance. High aspirations. Goal

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motivation

Motivation

Antonina Kravchenko

characteristics of motivated learners
ІІ. Characteristics of motivated learners

Positive task

orientation

Ego-

involvement

Motivated

learners

Tolerance

of ambiguity

Need for

achievement

Perseverance

High aspirations

Goal

orientation

motivation1
Motivation

Integrative

The desire to identify with and

integrate

into the target-language culture

Instrumental

The wish to learn the

language for purposes

of study or career promotion

(Gardner and Lambert, 1972)

motivation2
Motivation

Intrinsic

The urge to engage

in the learning activity

for its own sake

Extrinsic

Motivation that is derived

from external incentives

motivation brown 1987
Motivation (Brown, 1987)

Global

Orientation of learner towards

the learning of the

foreign language

Situational

Connected with the context

of learning

(classroom, total environment)

Task

The way the learner

approaches the specific task

iv extrinsic motivation
IV. Extrinsic motivation

Extrinsic motivation derives from the influence of external

incentives, such as:

- the desire of students to please parents;

- the wish to succeed in an external exam;

- the peer-group influences;

- success and its rewards;

- failure and its penalties;

- authoritative demands;

- tests;

- competition;

- summary discussion task

v intrinsic motivation and interest
V. Intrinsic motivation and interest
  • learners see the learning as worthwhile;
  • they like the language and its cultural, political and ethic associations;
  • the task in hand is seen as interesting.
slide9
Circle the number that best describes how you feel about learning English. Circle only one number for each item. Use the following scale.

4 - І strongly agree. This statement describes me very well.

3 - І somewhat agree. This statement probably describes me.

2 - І somewhat disagree. This statement probably does not describe me.

1 - І strongly disagree. This statement definitely does not describe me.

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Your score on Part I tells you how strongly your motivation comes from inside yourself. If your score was between 13 and 20, your motivation to learn English comes strongly from inside yourself: you are learning English for your own reasons and purposes. If your score on Part was between 5 and 12, your own reasons and purposes for learning English are not very strong.

Your score on Part II tells you how strongly other influences are pushing you to learn English. If your score was between 16 and 25, you are very strongly motivated by other influences. If your score was between 5 and 15, you are not strongly motivated by what other people want you to do.

vi ways of arousing interest in tasks
VI. Ways of arousing interest in tasks

1. Clear goals.

2.Varied topics and tasks

3. Visuals

4. Tension and challenge: games

5. Entertainment

6. Play-acting

7. Information gap

8.Personalization

9. Open-ended cues

vii six principal factors that impact motivation in language learning
VII. Six principal factors that impact motivation in language learning:

Attitudes.

Beliefs about self.

Goals.

Involvement.

Environmental support.

Personal attributes.

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Teachers are able to drive the students to learn the language and to sustain student’s interest in language learning if they can provide activities that are:

interrelated between in-class and out-of class language activities

communicative (game type)

integrative (short/small activities form larger activities)

pleasant, safe and non-threatening

еnthusiastic

group-based

meaningful or relevant

challenging

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These activities help promote:

self-confidence

experiences of success

learning satisfaction

good relationships among

learners

and between teacher and students

viii the teacher s responsibility
VIII. The teacher’s responsibility

general

educational

linguistic

personal

responsibilities