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Juraev Tolmas Abdumannonovich


This article reports on an investigation into the motivation of secondary school students in the South-west of England to learn foreign languages. A questionnaire was constructed based on a model derived from the motivation literature to examine students' responses on 16 constructs related to motivation. The analysis revealed a decrease in motivation with age, and higher level of motivation among girls than boys. It also revealed a strikingly higher motivation to learn German than French, which was even more marked when the boys onl1 , were considered. These findings were further investigated using interviews. Both girls and boys were able to provide clear explanations for differences between the genders, as well as for the language differences. These included such aspects as French being considered feminine, it not being `cool' for boys to be seen to make an effort at French, and the tendency for boys not to try at anything that appears to be tedious.

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Juraev Tolmas Abdumannonovich. (2021). INNOVATIVE METHODS OF TEACHING FRENCH IN MODERN EDUCATION. Galaxy International Interdisciplinary Research Journal, 9(12), 806–808. Retrieved from


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