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Kretova Larisa Nikolaevna
Кандидат филологических наук, Cand. Sci. (Philol.), Assoc. Prof., Department of English, Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University, kretlarisa@mail.ru, Novosibirsk
Gromov Artem Glebovigh
Tearcher, State budgetary vocational educational institution of the Sverdlovsk region "Ural State College named after II Polzunov" (short name: GBPOU SO "UGC named after II Polzunov")., art11k66@mail.ru, Yekaterinburg

Psychological and pedagogical conditions for the implementation of a model for increasing the motivation to learn a foreign language from college students

The article presents theoretical aspects of the problem of motivation, provides existing approaches to the interpretation of the concepts of «motive», «motivation», «motivational sphere», to understanding the driving forces of activity and the formation of new motives. The purpose of the article is to test the pedagogical model of increasing the students’ motivation for learning English at secondary special educational institutions in the process of extracurricular activities and its effective implementation in organizational and pedagogical conditions. The methodological basis of the research is the ideas of L. S. Vygotsky about the structure of consciousness, the ideas of A. N. Leontyev about the personality’s sense of activity and the meaning-forming function of motive, as well as studies of the structure of the motivational sphere, the main components and the nature of the connections between them, the classification of motives, ideas about cognitive interest and methods of its formation; studies on the impact of innovative educational technologies, methods, approaches to the motivation increase, etc. The authors describe the main features of the motivational sphere of older adolescents and offer some ways of the motivation increase in learning English by students at secondary vocational schools. In the course of work, there was an experiment consisting of three stages, which revealed the most effective ways of increasing students’ motivation for learning English at secondary vocational schools and the effectiveness of the introduction of the model created on the basis of an integrated approach was considered, the «English Club» functioning model was tested as well as its role in the process of increasing motivation for learning English.
motive, motivation, teaching college students, English, the motivational sphere of adolescents, increasing motivation

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