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Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation Learning Processes: Why Japanese Can't Speak English.

  title={Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation Learning Processes: Why Japanese Can't Speak English.},
  author={L. Kamada},
Motivation towards English learning in Japanese schools today is analyzed according to John Condry and James Chambers' process-of-learning paradigm. The four stages of learning (initial engagement, process, disengagement, and re-engagement) are shown to emit different processes of learning in students based on whether learning is intrinsically or extrinsically motivated. Intrinsic learning motivation involves an inner desire to learn a more integrated set of skills stimulated by personal… Expand
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The convergence of results reported in the last chapter represents an important step in understanding the impact of external events on people’s motivational processes. The research reviewed in thatExpand
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