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Edited by Peter D. MacIntyre (Cape Breton University), Tammy Gregersen (American University of Sharjah) and Sarah Mercer (Universität Graz)
• Formato: 23.4 x 15.6cm
• Número de páginas: 400
• ISBN: 978-85-64311-54-1

Este livro explora teorias da psicologia positiva e suas implicações para o ensino e aprendizagem de línguas e comunicação. Os capítulos examinam as características de indivíduos, contextos, e relacionamentos que facilitam a aprendizagem e apresentam várias ideias pedagógicas novas para desenvolver e apoiar a aprendizagem.

Assunto: aprendizagem de línguas: habilidades específicas, ensino e aprendizagem de línguas (além de Inglês como segunda língua), psicologia: emoções, aquisição de linguagem.

Tema: aprendizagem de línguas: habilidades específicas, aquisição de linguagem, ensino e aprendizagem de línguas, psicologia, emoções

This book explores theories in positive psychology and their implications for language teaching, learning and communication. Chapters examine the characteristics of individuals, contexts and relationships that facilitate learning and present several new teaching ideas to develop and support them.




Table of Contents

  • 1. Tammy Gregersen, Peter D. MacIntyre and Sarah Mercer: Introduction
  • 2. Rebecca Oxford: Toward a Psychology of Well-Being for Language Learners: The “EMPATHICS” Vision
  • 3. Sarah Mercer: Seeing the World Through Your Eyes: Empathy in Language Learning and Teaching
  • 4. Joseph Falout: The Dynamics of Past Selves in Language Learning and Well-Being
  • 5. Ana Maria Ferreira Barcelos and Hilda Simone H. Coelho: Language Learning and Teaching: What’s Love Got to Do with It?
  • 6. Tammy Gregersen, Peter D. MacIntyre and Margarita Meza: Positive Psychology Exercises Build Social Capital for Language Learners: Preliminary Evidence
  • 7. Phil Hiver: The Triumph over Experience: Hope and Hardiness in Novice L2 Teachers
  • 8. Éva Czimmermann and Katalin Piniel: Advanced Language Learners’ Experiences of Flow in the Hungarian EFL Classroom
  • 9. Jean-Marc Dewaele and Peter D. MacIntyre: Foreign Language Enjoyment and Foreign Language Classroom Anxiety: The Right and Left Foot of the Language Learner
  • 10. J. Lake: Accentuate the Positive: Conceptual and Empirical Development of the Positive L2 Self and its Relationship to L2 Proficiency
  • 11. Zana Ibrahim: Affect in Directed Motivational Currents: Positive Emotionality in Long-Term L2
  • 12. R. Kirk Belnap, Jennifer Brown, Dan P. Dewey, Linnea P. Belnap and Patrick R. Steffen: Project Perseverance: Helping Students Become Self-Regulating Learners
  • 13. Marc Helgesen: Happiness in ESL/EFL: Bringing Positive Psychology to the Classroom
  • 14. Tim Murphey: Teaching to Learn and Well-Become: Many Mini-Renaissances
  • 15. Candy Fresacher: Why and How to Use Positive Psychology Activities in the Second Language Classroom
  • 16. M.C. Fonseca-Mora and F. Herrero Machancoses: Music and Language Learning: Emotions and Engaging Memory Pathways
  • 17. Peter D. MacIntyre, Tammy Gregersen and Sarah Mercer: Conclusion

Author information

Peter D. MacIntyre is Professor of Psychology at Cape Breton University, Canada. His research examines emotion, motivation and cognition across a variety of types of behavior, including interpersonal communication, public speaking and learning.

Tammy Gregersen is Professor of TESOL at the University of Northern Iowa, USA. She studies emotion and affect as it relates to second language learning, methodology and nonverbal communication.

Sarah Mercer is Professor of Foreign Language Teaching at the University of Graz, Austria. Her research interests include all aspects of the psychology surrounding the foreign language learning experience, focusing in particular on self.

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