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The Influence of Learner Affective Factors on Foreign Language Teaching in the Network Environment

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DOI: 10.22606/pra.2020.21001

Author(s)
Dan Xu
Affiliation(s)
Faculty of International Studies, Henan Normal University, Xinxiang, China
Abstract
The rapid development of science and technology such as artificial intelligence, big data, informatization, and networking has led to the growing demand for online English learning, and the problem of lack of emotion in online English teaching has become increasingly prominent. How to effectively solve this problem has become a new research hotspot in the education field. From the perspective of learners, this paper discusses the influence of students' emotional factors on College Students' autonomous learning ability, analyzes which factors are conducive to the cultivation of students' autonomous learning ability and which factors will hinder the cultivation of autonomous learning ability, so as to pay attention to students' emotions in future English teaching and better cultivate their autonomous learning ability.
Keywords
Network environment, affective factors, anxiety, foreign language teaching, autonomous learning
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