(Second) Language Acquisition語言習得\The questions of Ch6-group discussion
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    • Student’s Name/ ID : Yuri 9722616 Betty 9722609 Vivian 9722607 Instructor : Philip Lin Date : Dec. 1, 2008
      • Q1 : What are
      • (a) attribution theory and self-efficacy
      • (b) willingness to communicate
      • (c) inhibition?
      • Definition of attribution
      • Two factors of four expressions for success and/or failure
      • Example:
      • Failure to get a high grade on a final exam
      • Definition of self-efficacy
      • When falling of one’s personal goals
      • About self-efficacy
        • It is essential for learners to believe in themselves in order to succeed at a set of tasks.
        • The most important roles of successful teachers is to facilitate high levels of self-efficacy in their students.
      • Definition of WTC
      • “ The intention to initiate communication, given a choice.”
      • (MacIntyre, 2001)
      • About WTC
        • WTC has its roots in a learner’s first language communication patterns.
        • Higher levels of WTC were associated with learners’ social support experience, particularly from friends, offering further evidence of the power of socially constructed conception of self.
      • Cognitive and affective factors that determine one’s WTC
      • Definition of inhibition
      • Closely related to and in some cases subsumed under the notion of self-esteem is the concept of inhibition. All human beings, in their understanding of themselves, build sets of defenses to protect the ego.
      • The human egos of inhibition
      • The experiment of inhibition
      • The conclusion of inhibition
      • Anyone who has learned a foreign language is acutely aware that second language learning actually necessitates the making of mistakes.