Learning motivation is the most dynamic factor among the individual factors of language learners and the driving force of foreign language learning. This paper attempts to explore the multimedia web-based intervention mechanism of incentive strategies in the process of second language acquisition (SLA) through four aspects of factors affecting foreign language learning motivation, including cognition, emotion, social environment and learners’ characteristics, in order to improve the affective disorder in language learning and transform the SLA from static into multi-level dynamic learning activity, so as to improve the learning effect. The study implemented the experiment and evaluated its results. The results indicate that the intervention of motivational factors in second language acquisition has positive effect on learners’ acquisition of English.
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The Fund Project of the Postgraduate Teaching Reform Project in Jiangxi (JXYJG-2017-083). This research is also funded by the Chinese Scholarship Council (CSC). Springer Nature remains neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published maps and institutional affiliations.
- Incentive intervention
- Incentive strategies
- Multimedia web-based intervention
- Second language acquisition (SLA)