Lanaguage Research
Language Education Institute, Seoul National University
Language Education

FLE 교육에서 자존감 효과 탐색

김은정1,
En-Jung Kim1,
Corresponding Author: 강사 불어교육과 서울대학교 사범대학 08826 서울시 관악구 관악로 1 E-mail: ejk1982@snu.ac.kr

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Received: Nov 02, 2020 ; Revised: Dec 14, 2020 ; Accepted: Dec 30, 2020

Published Online: Dec 31, 2020

ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of “self-esteem,” which has not been highlighted in FLE education so far, as one of the emotions that must be considered for the development of effective communication competence. The study was done in two aspects: “building self-esteem” and “inducing communication motivation.” The meaning and function of emotions in foreign language education, as well as the concept of self-esteem at the center of discussion and its function were examined through the analysis of previous studies. Next, four self-esteem-building activities for use in French language classes were proposed, and research methods to explore their effects were discussed. The effects of these four self-esteem-building activities were comprehensively analyzed and examined in two aspects mentioned previously and the implications of the results for FLE education were reviewed. Finally, several proposals based on these implications were suggested.

Keywords: affect; communicative competence; self-esteem; self-esteem-building activities; communication motivation

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