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Kirchhoff, Cheryl – Reading in a Foreign Language, 2013
Among foreign language educators interest in extensive reading is growing along with questions about learner motivation to read. Maintaining learner motivation over long periods of time is influenced by many variables suggesting that multiple means of stimulating motivation is needed. The psychological theory of flow has been suggested to…
Descriptors: Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, Reading Processes, Reading Motivation
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Yamashita, Junko – Reading in a Foreign Language, 2013
Extensive reading (ER) is an instructional option steadily gaining support and recognition in second language (L2) reading pedagogy. Even though many attempts have been made to unravel the impact of ER on L2 development, there is a paucity of investigation into the affective domains of reading. The current study helps fill this gap by examining…
Descriptors: Second Language Learning, Reading Attitudes, Likert Scales, Questionnaires
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Oguro, Susan; Moloney, Robyn – Heritage Language Journal, 2012
While heritage language learners are becoming visible in the research literature as a distinct group of language learners with specific needs, existing curriculum structures in secondary schools often focus on programs either for foreign language learners or for first language learners. The study reported here examines the experiences of heritage…
Descriptors: Secondary Schools, Native Speakers, Foreign Countries, Heritage Education
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Suzuki, Shinobu – Written Communication, 2011
This study examines how Japanese students perceive the qualities of written arguments that were constructed to have different forms. Based on the theoretical dimensions of verbal communication styles that Gudykunst and Ting-Toomey (1988) proposed, the research questions asked whether the respondents would perceive direct arguments to be of higher…
Descriptors: Verbal Communication, Student Attitudes, Persuasive Discourse, Japanese
Hamada, Yo – Journal of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics, 2011
Motivation has been studied throughout the field of language acquisition for the past 20 years. Demotivation has also been researched in Japan at primarily the university and high school level. To provide a deeper understanding of demotivation for Japanese junior and senior high school learners, this study explores the following three questions.…
Descriptors: High School Students, Textbooks, Likert Scales, Foreign Countries
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