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Flow and anti-flow in the university classroom teaching experience
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|Statement||by Jeffery M. Hill.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 154,  leaves|
|Number of Pages||154|
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Get this from a library. Flow and anti-flow in the university classroom teaching experience. [Jeffery M Hill]. This was also used by Czimmermann and Piniel () to measure general classroom flow in the English as a Foreign language classroom at university.
In their study, classroom flow was found to be. L2 Motivation and Self-efficacy's Link to Language Learners' Flow and Anti-flow Experiences in the Classroom. Empirical Studies in Applied Linguistics, 3, Thus the book moves back and Author: Tatjana Marković.
Participants were found to experience significantly more flow than anti-flow in their classroom. Percentage of time in a state of positive flow was positively linked to a higher degree of multilingualism, high relative standing in the group, age, and number of years of FL by: 3.
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Das. Flow and anti-flow states in the language classroom were linked with particular tasks and situational characteristics, but not task modes. These results led Czimmermann and Piniel to encourage language teachers to plan for different ways to engage learners' attention by using a variety of relevant and interesting activities to enhance the Pages: COVID Resources.
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