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2000 | 28 | 91-102
Article title

Vielleicht ein Projekt?

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Title variants
EN
Selected aspects of job motivation as seen by EFL teachers
Languages of publication
DE
Abstracts
DE
With the new school reform on the high school level teachers should aim at the students global development (students should not leam for school purposes but rather for life). A helping form in this kind of teaching may be a given project which in this article is explained as a whole.
EN
The article presents a preliminary report of 120 questionnaires addressed at EFL teachers and distributed between 1998-2000. The survey aims at obtaining information on the condition of teacher job motivation at the present stage of their professional career and determining the factors which are positive job motivators and those which are negative job motivators as described by EFL teachers. The article presents a brief description of 6 selected questions and the interpretation of obtained results. The survey is part of a Ph.D. dissertation entitled „Motivation and Self-Perception of EFL teachers”.
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Volume
28
Pages
91-102
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Dates
published
2018-11-01
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author
References
  • Halčinová, К.; Menzlová, В.; Olejárová, A.; Schneider G., (1998): Projektarbeit im Lehrwerk „Hallo, da bin ich!”. In: Primar: Zeitschrift fur Deutsch ais Fremdsprache und Zweitsprache im Primarschulbereich, Nr. 18, S. 4, Goethe-Institut Miinchen/Verlag Diirr + Kessler, Regensburg.
  • Lazarou E., (1998): Projektorientierter Deutschunterricht „Denk-mal“. In: Fremdsprache Deutsch: Zeitschrift fur Praxis des Deutschunterrichts, Nr. 18 (1/1998), S. 38-41, Goethe- Institut München und Verlag Emst Klett International/Edition Deutsch, Stuttgart.
  • Wilczyňska W., (1999): Uczyč się czy byč nauczanym? O autonomii wprzyswajaniu języka obcego. Poznaň, PWN. S. 283.
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Publication order reference
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YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_14746_gl_2000_28_07
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