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Factors in success ã Age. ã Influence of L1. ã Influence of other L2s. ã Affective considerations. ã Exposure. ã Motivation. ã Use. ã Teacher and teaching style. ã Work-rate. Other factors that may affect learning. Sex ã Personality ã Language learning aptitude ã General intelligence ã Learning style ã Learning history ã Motivation  Motivation   Intrinsic vs. extrinsic motivation Intrinsic Motivation refers to when we do the task for its own sake, because doing it brings us feelings of p
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  Factors in success ã Age. ã Influence of L1.ã Influence of other L2s.ã Affective considerations. ã Exposure.ã Motivation.ã Use.ã Teacher and teaching style. ã Work -rate.  Other factors that may affect learning.  Sex ã Personality ã Language learningaptitude ã General intelligence ã Learning style ã Learning history ã Motivation  Motivation  Intrinsic vs. extrinsic motivation  Intrinsic Motivation refers to when we do the task for its ownsake, because doing it brings us feelings of pleasure, satisfactionor accomplishment. Challenging tasks are welcomed.  Examples of tasks performed for intrinsic reasons couldinclude: reading novels in your spare time, doing sports withfriends, doing crossword puzzles.  Extrinsic motivation refers to when we do tasks in order toattain some external, tangible reward or to avoid some form ofpunishment. Because they are no more than a means to an end,easy rather than challenging tasks are preferred.  Examples of tasks performed for extrinsic reasons could be:revising for an exam, working overtime in a job you don’t really enjoy, paying your taxes.  Motivation  There is a strong consensus among researchers thatintrinsic motivation is the most powerful. Extrinsicmotivation has a far weaker effect on performance,and some studies have even suggested that addingan extrinsic reward to an already intrinsicallymotivating task in fact worsens performance! 
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