StatusThe thesis was presented on the 9 June, 2006
Approved by NCAA on the 28 September, 2006
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The given research is dedicated to the problem of development of motives for foreign languages acquisition by high school students.
In the theoretical dimension of the thesis, the psychological and pedagogical basis have been worked out for foreign languages acquisition by high school students. Motive is reviewed as a psychological phenomenon in the structure of learning activity. The tendencies in the development of motives for foreign languages acquisition have been analyzed, in order to demonstrate students’ motivational interpretations in a progressive inquiry project.
The experience dimension of the research implies the system of psycho-pedagogical conditions and pedagogical means in development of motives for foreign languages acquisition within high school. The study focused on examining whether students representing different motivational orientations would be able to productively function in an environment, where such extensive components as communication, communicative verbal situations, active technologies and techniques for foreign languages acquisition were encouraged in challenging academic work.
The research has indicated that the elaborated system of psycho-pedagogical conditions and pedagogical means, which has been experimentally examined, determines the extent of the learners’ active involvement and attitude toward foreign languages acquisition. The given results of the research prove that the elaborated system of psycho-pedagogical conditions and pedagogical means fosters not only communication skills, but also promotes active verbal interactions.
It can be applied in the educational process in High schools.
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