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-observable elements, such as religion, beliefs, traditions, customs, and values. Regarding people who learn Languages Other Than English (from here on LOTEs), Amorati (2021) claimed that students' motivation is an important non-observable element that helps them to

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, both sides of the brain are activated at the same time. This improves brain function and supports focus and concentration. Thus, the use of music in educational settings increases children's motivation, helping them to be willing to learn and study, be

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are strictly related to sport. Anyways, the above scenario is an indication to the globalization and acceptability of sport, especially football. The present study explores the role of athletic scholarships as a determinant of students' motivation

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effect on English language-learning motivation among Chilean secondary school students and most importantly it had an effect on their self-efficacy beliefs. The results of our previous study ( Novak & Morvai, 2017 ) show that the SES of the parents

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Projektalapú nyelvoktatás egyetemi hallgatók körében

Project-based Language Learning among University Students

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Authors:
Judit Török
,
András Kétyi
,
Szilvia Hukné Kiss
,
Viktória Koltányiné Vadász
,
Zsuzsanna Ugrai
, and
Ferenc Kósik

Irodalom/References 1 Beckmann, J. & Heckhausen, H. (2007) Motivation durch Erwartung und Anreiz. Heidelberg, Springer. pp. 105–142. 2

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A zeneművészeti szakgimnazisták pályaválasztásának meghatározó tényezői

Factors Determining the Musical Identity of Music High School Students

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Authors:
Judit Váradi
,
Rita Kerekes
,
Melinda Pótfi
, and
J. Miklós Radócz

Brunsma, D. L., Khmelkov, V. T., McConnell, E. E. & Orr, A. J. (1996) Increasing the Motivation of Secondary School Students. American Secondary Education, Vol. 25. No. 2. pp. 10–15. 3 Budai K. (2013) A mester – tanítvány

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Al-Hoorie , A. H. , & MacIntyre , P. D. 2019 Contemporary language motivation theory – 60 years since Gardner and Lambert (1959) Bristol Multilingual Matters Contemporary Language Motivation Theory – 60 Years Since Gardner and Lambert edited by

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; Snow, 2002 ). When strategic thinking is developed, reading fluency and motivation can be increased ( Kazi, Mokhal, & Ashad, 2020 ; Pressley, 2002 ). Reading strategies can be learnt most effectively if they are embedded in context ( Baker, 2005 ; Van

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therefore reached back to childhood and youth to survey the criteria and motivation for starting studies at a college or university. Here, I concentrated on the social capital manifested in the socioeconomic background and family circumstances of the

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Magyarországon tanuló kínai hallgatók társadalmi háttere és belépési nehézségei

Chinese Students in Hungary: Family Background and Entrance Difficulties

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Authors:
Henriett Primecz
and
Xueyan Li

Összefoglaló. Az ország nemzetköziesedő felsőoktatási rendszerében egyre több külföldi hallgató tanul hazánkban, közülük a kínai diákok alkotják a harmadik legnagyobb közösséget. Feltáró-kvalitatív kutatásunk azt vizsgálta, hogy milyen az itt tanuló kínai hallgatók családi háttere, mi motiválta őket, hogy Magyarországot választották felsőfokú tanulmányaikra, milyen első tapasztalataik vannak hazánkban. Az eredmények rámutattak arra, hogy a kínai hallgatók anyagi és társadalmi helyzete instabil. Magyarország legtöbbször kompromisszum eredményeként került kiválasztásra és a magyar kultúrába belépve gyakran elutasítást tapasztaltak.

Summary. The internationalization of Hungarian higher education resulted in the growing number of international students studying here, among whom Chinese students form the third-largest group. Our explorative-qualitative research investigated the students’ family background, their motivation to choose Hungary, their experiences encounter with Hungarian culture. The results have shown that Chinese students are from working-class or lower-middle-class families with financial constraints. The choice of Hungary was the result of a compromise in most cases. Chinese students faced numerous difficulties including language barriers and exclusion.

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