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Motivation & Involvement In Learning English For Academic Purposes


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The idea that stimulated the whole research was the fact that the number of students attending the compulsory EAP course in UoM was, gradually at first and then radically, reduced in the university classes. In the Department of Economics, for example, out of the 400 students enrolled in the first semester each year, the majority chooses English for the compulsory course of Foreign Language (about 300). Students are divided in two groups in alphabetical order for obvious convenience purposes. Out of the 150 students present in class in each group for the first couple of months, the second semester usually starts with about 50 students attending classes regularly and other 20 students appearing on an “on and off” basis. In the third semester out of the two groups of 50 students each, there is only one group of 50 students with only about 30 students attending regularly.

Content:-
Acknowledgements
List of abbreviations
List of Tables
List of Figures
Introduction
CHAPTER 1: LEARNING THEORIES AND SECOND LANGUAGE ACQUISITION
CHAPTER 2: THEORIES OF MOTIVATION
CHAPTER 3: MOTIVATION IN LANGUAGE LEARNING
CHAPTER 4: ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSES
CHAPTER 5: EAP SYLLABUS DESIGN
CHAPTER 6: RESEARCH METHOD
CHAPTER 7: RESULTS
CHAPTER 8: DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION
REFERENCES
APPENDICES

Author Details
"ZOE KANTARIDOU"




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