L2 motivation, self and identity: Current theoretical perspectives. Ema Ushioda Centre for Applied Linguistics University of Warwick. Antwerp CALL 2010: Motivation and Beyond. My early background in CALL. Overview of my talk. Traditional L2 motivation concepts.
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Centre for Applied Linguistics
University of Warwick
Antwerp CALL 2010: Motivation and Beyond
Instrumental and integrative L2 motivation
Gardner & Lambert 1959, 1972
Reconceptualizingintegrativeness as an internal process of identification within the self-concept
(Dörnyei & Csizér 2002)
Dörnyei 2005, 2009
Norton 2000, 2001;
Analysis of classroom talk, based on Zimmerman’s (1998) model of discoursal and social identities
Reshaping students’ psychological relation to content and process of learning, as they assume greater autonomy (Little 1991) and greater internally regulated motivation (Ushioda 2003)
cf. Ushioda et al. in press
From new situated identities
potential for developing new possible future L2 selves