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One of two domains of learning is the affective domain. It is defined as the emotional side of human behavior. When instructional designers consider the affective domain, they frequently think only in terms of a students motivation to learn. And motivation is certainly important, as a students attitude toward a given course or subject area can be a contributing factor to his achievement in it. The interest in affective variables in language learning is reflected in some modern teaching stancesdoi:10.30736/rfma.v5i1.23 fatcat:qzv4xrerfbf37mvjx4ixwwcf7m