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affective filterの例文

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  • Activities that would raise a student's affective filter are generally avoided.
  • In doing so, Palloff and Pratt argue that affective filters are lowered.
  • According to Krashen ( 1982 ), there are two prime issues that prevent the lowering of the affective filter.
  • The hypotheses are the input hypothesis, the acquisition learning hypothesis, the monitor hypothesis, the natural order hypothesis and the affective filter hypothesis.
  • He incorporated counseling techniques that take into account the students'feelings toward their learning experience, and are meant to lower the affective filter.
  • According to the affective filter hypothesis, certain emotions, such as anxiety, self-doubt, and mere boredom interfere with the process of acquiring a second language.
  • In addition, Krashen ( 1982 )  s Affective Filter Hypothesis holds that the acquisition of a second language is halted if the learner has a high degree of anxiety when receiving input.
  • Distance and traffic problems may add to the difficulties and the fact that many children are forced to take these classes raises their affective filter towards the mother tongue and may do more harm than good.
  • Looking deeper in to the definitions and explanations of social presence, researchers have offered that social presence is more of a combination of factors that present themselves in a way so as to develop greater intimacy within a group that has a positive effect on the individual's affective filters.
  • Acceptance Affect ( psychology ) Affect Control Theory Affect heuristic Affect theory Affection Affective Affective Events Theory Affective computing Affective design Affective filter Affective forecasting Affective marketing Affective neuroscience Affective science Aggression Agitation ( emotion ) Air rage Alexithymia Ambivalence Amusement Amygdala Anger Angst Animal loss Animal love Annoyance Anthropopathy Anticipation ( emotion ) Anticipatory grief Anxiety Anxiety disorder Anxiogenic Apathy Apprehension ( understanding)
  • The six goals of the OWL methodology are for students to use the target language 100 % of the time, to not be afraid of the target language environment, to take risks and break down the affective filter, to be able to infer meaning and use circumlocution to communicate, to participate and be part of a community, to cultivate intrinsic motivation and student ownership.