Teachers’ Instructional Behaviors and Students’ Self-Determination

  title={Teachers’ Instructional Behaviors and Students’ Self-Determination},
  author={Fatemeh Rahnama and Amir Mahdavi Zafarghandi and Jaleh Hassaskhah},
  journal={International Journal of Applied Linguistics and English Literature},
Within SDT framework, many investigations have been done in the field of language learning showing teachers’ instructional behaviors can affect students’ perceived self-determination and learning outcomes (Noels, Clement, & Pelletier, 1999). In this paper, not only Iranian English teachers’ instructional behaviors, but also the relationship between students’ perceived instructional behaviors and their perceived self-determination were explored in a sample of 210 university students by means of… Expand
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