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Article http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2024.01.034

Foreign Language Learning Experience of Logistics Majors: Emotional Influence and Innovative Education Strategies Logistics Majors

Yunyun Zhu

1Guilin University of Electronic Technology, Beihai, Guangxi, China. 

2University of Perpetual Help System DALTA, Las Pinas, Philippines.

*Corresponding author: Yunyun Zhu

Published: March 7,2024

Abstract

Positive emotions such as enjoyment, curiosity, and a sense of pride, as well as negative emotions like anxiety, frustration, and boredom in foreign language learning, all directly impact learners' attitudes and motivation, subsequently influencing the effectiveness of learning. As a result, emotional factors in foreign language learning have received more and more research attention, especially in the context of globalization and economic integration. The significance of a logistics major in international trade and business fields is constantly rising. Logistics major students need to have cross-cultural communication and cooperation skills, and foreign language learning is a vital component of these skills. This paper discusses the foreign language learning experience of logistics major students from two perspectives: emotional influence and innovative educational strategies. It utilizes the Control-Value Theory to analyze the emotional influence on the learning experience of logistics major students and proposes corresponding educational strategies to promote positive emotions and reduce negative ones, thus enhancing the foreign language learning experience. The paper argues that these innovative educational strategies not only contribute to improving the language proficiency of logistics major students but also foster their cross-cultural communication and collaboration skills, laying a solid foundation for their future career development in the field.

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How to cite this paper

Foreign Language Learning Experience of Logistics Majors: Emotional Influence and Innovative Education Strategies Logistics Majors

How to cite this paper: Yunyun Zhu. (2024). Foreign Language Learning Experience of Logistics Majors: Emotional Influence and Innovative Education Strategies Logistics Majors.The Educational Review, USA8(1), 181-185.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/er.2024.01.034