A Study on Students’ Learning Motivation of EFL in Taiwanese Vocational College

Hsiang-Yung Feng, Jin-Jun Fan

Abstract


Due to globalization, the importance of English cannot be overemphasized. Most teachers would assume that the motivation for students to learn English would be stronger than before. The purpose of this study is to explore the English learning motivation among vocational college students of different systems. The aim of the thesis was to understand students’ learning motivation of EFL, and compare the motivation in different students’ background or different systems of vocational college. The results showed that there were no differences on different systems in vocational college, gender and background of high school for students’ learning motivations. The results also found that there were stronger statistically significant between learning motivations and learning achievements.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijld.v2i3.1791

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