Motivation, self-regulation and learning environment perceptions : learning English as a second language at the university level in Jordan
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The overarching aim of this study was to investigate students’ perceptions of the learning environment and whether this influenced their motivation and self-regulation in learning English as a second language. Data collection involved the administration of two surveys to 994 students, drawn from 13 schools, within one university in Jordan. This study contributed to the field through the modification, translation and validation of the instruments, making them available for the first time in this context.
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