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Application of Gender Difference and Topic Preference to Promote Students' Motivation for Online EFL Learning
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The focus of this paper is to apply the analysis of gender difference and topic preference to enhance and motivate online EFL learning shown by Taiwanese students enrolled in Freshman English Aural Training courses for English majors in a university in central Taiwan. Online learning for EFL students has been a worldwide trend. Hundreds of websites are accessible for EFL students to learn English linguistically and culturally. Many websites are free for users to learn autonomously; however, indoi:10.4995/eurocall.2012.16040 fatcat:cjf7dqz6wrdr7ahthp6fzmxey4