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Mock Thesis Proposal

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Transcript of Mock Thesis Proposal

Josie Si
M-B2-4086-2

Topic:
How Motivation Influence
English Language Learner’s
Language Skills
in Macau

Introduction
Motivations
- How human acquires a second language?
Literature review
Instrumental motivation: a positive interest toward a language for practical reasons .


Integrative orientation: an interest toward a language for social or economic reason.
80's
Monitor Theory
Stephen Krashen
90's
Comprehensible Output Hypothesis
Merrill Swain
Comprehensive
input
Language
Acquisition
Device (LAD)
Acquired
Knowledge
Output
Language
Output
Gap
Learning
Motivation
Chen, J.F., Warden, C.A., & Chang, H. T. (2005), Motivators That Do Not Motivate: The Case of Chinese EFL Learners and the Influence of Culture on Motivation. TESOL Quarterly, 39: 609–633.

Csizér, K. & Dörnyei, Z. (2005). The internal structure of language learning motivation and its relationship with language choice and learning effort. The Modern Language Journal, 89(i), 19-36.

Lai, M. (2005). Language attitudes of the first postcolonial generation in hong kong secondary schools. Language in Society, 34(3), 363-388.

Noels, K.A., Pelletier, L.G., & Clément, R. (2002). Why are you learning a second language? Motivational orientations and self-determination theory. Language Learning, 50(1), 57-85.
Theory of Need (1987)
- David McClelland
Orientations of Motivation
in Socio-Educational Model (1959)
- Gardner& Lambert
(Gardner & Lambert, 1959)
Research Questions
(1) How students with instrumental orientations of English learning, their language skills (reading, writing, listening, speaking) differ from students with integrative orientations of English learning?


(2) Which group of students makes more progress in English language learning in a set period of time?
Method
Quantitative & Qualitative
-100 F5 students
- questionnaire
- Test result
Phrase 1 & Phrase 2
Affective Filter
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