Motivational Processes and Practices in Accelerated Ab-initio Language Learning
Author: Ulrike Bavendiek
© LLAS Centre for languages, linguistics and area studies and Ulrike Bavendiek
This report focuses on motivation in ab initio language learning.
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This report focuses on motivation in ab initio language learning. It considers ab initio provision as an accelerated form of learning and describes a qualitative case study of motivation with ab initio language learners in one institution. It was funded by the Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Languages, Linguistics and Area.
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Other useful ab initio resources :
Siciliano Verruccio, E. (2011) Ab initio language degree programmes in HE institutions in England and Scotland: a mapping survey and a case study, Subject Centre for Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies.