Добро пожаловать в клуб

Показать / Спрятать  Домой  Новости Статьи Файлы Форум Web ссылки F.A.Q. Логобург    Показать / Спрятать

       
Поиск   
Главное меню
ДомойНовостиСтатьиПостановка звуковФайлыКнижный мирФорумСловарьРассылкаКаталог ссылокРейтинг пользователейЧаВо(FAQ)КонкурсWeb магазинКарта сайта

Поздравляем!
Поздравляем нового Логобуржца bagira со вступлением в клуб!

Реклама

КНИЖНЫЙ МИР

Persistence in Japanese Language Study at Universities in Australia   Masanori Matsumoto

Persistence in Japanese Language Study at Universities in Australia

240 страниц. 2010 год.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
University students in Astralia were investigated in order to find how their motivation affects their persistence in or termination of their study of Japanese. It is a universal phenomenon that the number of students learning a second language diminishes as they advance to higher levels. Japanese language courses in Australian tertiary institutions are not an exception. An examination of students'' motivational traits revealed that there is a typical characteristics that continuing students tend to obtain. The reasons of dropping out of the courses were also examined from the viewpoints of learners'' gender and cultural/linguistic backgrounds, and these two factors seem to have some significant effects on the students'' continuation/discontinuation of their learning of Japanese.
 
- Генерация страницы: 0.09 секунд -