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The Effect of Emotional Factors on Middle School Students’ Autonomous English Learning

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The Effect of Emotional Factors on Middle School Students’ Autonomous English Learning

Abstract


Based on related motivational theories and the author’s own teaching experience as well, the author made this study. The purpose of this study is to survey the types of English learning motivations of middle school students and the relationship between teaching strategies and English learning motivations. The subject students are from the No.1  school of Tonghai county.
The results provided by the factors’ analysis indicated that junior  school students have stronger English learning motivation; they keep English as an instrument; students’ English learning motivation is influenced by teaching strategies.
The conclusion is that the teachers in junior middle school pay more attention to English strategies. During their teaching, they should make reasonable English teaching strategies to stimulate students’ English learning motivation.

Key words:   Middle school students, Teaching strategies
English learning, Emotional factors 

Contents

Abstract 1
Key words 1
Chapter 1.Introduction 3
1.1 Background of the study 4
1.2 Significance of the study 4
Chapter 2. Literature Review 6
2.1 The definition and characteristics of autonomous English learning 6
2.2 Research status in domestic 8
2.3 Research status in foreign countries 10
Chapter 3 . Theoretical Framework 11
3.1 Humanism theory 11
3.2 Constructivism theory 11
3.3 Cognitive theory 12
Chapter 4 .Analysis and Discussion 14
The factors that affect autonomous learning of middle school students 14
4.1  Intrinsic factors 14
4.1.1.The inner psychological characteristics of a student 14
4.1.2 The purpose of learning English 15
4.1.3. Sense of self-efficacy 15
4.2 Extrinsic factor 16
4.2.1 School management 16
4.2.2 Classroom learning environment and class learning atmosphere 16
4.2.3 Teachers 17
4.2.4 Learning tasks 17
4.3Teaching strategies to stimulate middle school students' autonomous English learning 18
4.3.1 Teaching strategies of humanism 19
4.3.2. Teaching strategies of constructivism 20
4.3.3Teaching Strategies of cognitivism 22
Chapter 5. Conclusion 24
References 26