Learners’ emotions in face-to-face and online English as a foreign language classes


Private Pädagogische Hochschule Wien/Krems
Projektleitung gesamt
Resnik, Pia; Mag. Dr. MA.
Projektleitung intern
Resnik, Pia; MA Mag. Dr.
Interne Projektmitarbeiter/innen
Knechtelsdorfer, Eva; Mag.
Externe Projektmitarbeiter/innen
Moskowitz, Sharona;
Panicacci, Alex; PhD
Waldschütz, Lisa;
2020 – 2026
The study is being done as part of an investigation of foreign language acquisition in the Department of Applied Linguistics and Communication, Birkbeck, University of London and the University College of Teacher Education, Vienna/Krems. This study wants to explore the relationship between affective variables in face-to-face and online English as a foreign language classes using a web survey. More spe-cifically, it wants to explore links between (foreign) language enjoyment, (foreign) language anxiety, learner autonomy, trait emotional intelligence, and learners’ attitudes towards teaching and learning in both contexts to explore the impact of the move to emergency remote teaching and learning due to COVID-19. Data will be collected from students at University Colleges of Teacher Education as well as students at Austrian universities who study English, but also from students studying English all over Europe. The study has received ethical approval. Both participants and their teachers will remain to-tally anonymous.
Beschreibung (engl.)