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1. Instrinsic motivation Morales Rodríguez, F. M. (2011)

1.1. the role of intrinsic motivation in academic learning in general, and in the learning of second languages in particular

1.2. This research used a quantitative methodology, in order to gather information about motivation which identify their students to keep the study working. furthermore this research could collect key data through social and psychologist experiment, relate with the intrinsic motivation and extrinsic motivation providing from both sides its benefits.

1.3. we can say that there is common a relationship between personal goals and academic results, an association between learning goals and greater performance. In this way if the students wants to learn , if the language is relevant for them and they want to do it the learning goals are associated with a greater use of more qualified processing or learning strategies, which favor the understanding of the material a learn

2. Cultural influence on motivation for learning English as a foreign language Arias, L. B. (2015).

2.1. It achieves to recognize through semi-structured surveys and observations that the participants consider that their respective cultures do not encourage them to learn English as a foreign language, even if they recognize the influence of this language as part of the globalization process, historical events, development, etc, the results showed that theses students learn english, because they want to promote the language in their culture, following their own goals

2.2. the Cultural influence in a foreign language learning, taking into account perceptions about the cultural aspects which encourage them to learn it as a foreign language

2.3. taking into account the research study the students are learning english with an intrinsic motivation, following personal interest and goals, in this way is possible conclude that no matter the subject, if the students want to do it, if the students has the own need to do it for their personal interest they can learn it in a better way

3. Motivation Manzaneda, F., & Madrid, D. (1997).

3.1. attitude in class and motivation from a cognitive point of view, Involving the students experiences and believes.

3.2. the researchers create questionnaires to apply to the students, questionnaires with close and open questions to understand the perspective and the potential that English has for them.

3.3. the motivation to learn english can be influenced by different social aspects as the use of language abroad, some class activities are bored is right to say that the previous information can be interelationate with the student's attitude and behavioral towards the english lessons, since the result of this research had thrown, that they feel motivation because of the importance that they have in today's society, reinforced by the influence of parents and other environmental factors: means of communication, etc.

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5. Motivation, engine of learning Rodríguez, J. O. (2006).

5.1. motivation as a fundamental aspect of learning, the manner how relationship between students and teachers come about in the game of helping out or reduce motivation, and thus learning. It also defines the reason why teachers must help build up the so called “intrinsic motivation”

5.2. creating the interest in students, we will need to analyze the types of motivation. the students and different apects that Involve different expectations and external rewards. In accordance with this, intrinsic and extrinsic motivations have been defined, which are part of the cognitive knowledge of the motivation towards the understanding of reality that surrounds it and that, in turn, are related to external and internal rights

5.3. The intrinsic motivation helps students to learn by themselves as to the purpose and the incentives to learn following their own goal, to find in the task itself, so they pursue the resolution of it and "respond to the results" their effort

6. Variables that influence the learning of English Villegas, J. D. C. S., García-Santillán, A., & Escalera-Chávez, M. E. (2016).

6.1. this study aims to explore the variables which may lead to better learning of the English language., this study found two mains aspects which influence in the learning process, the first is the cognitive ( Cognitive factors include intelligence, aptitude, and the use of learning strategies) and the other is the affective ( empatía, autoestima, extraversión, inhibición, imitación, ansiedad, actitudes)

6.2. taking into account the affective aspect where the attitude play a role, The attitudes towards the language are of particular importance since, the greater the interest of the learner in the language and its culture, the easier it will be to learn. so it is right to say that the motivation is completely linked to motivation, when the learner has the attitude and the ambition the learn a new language the process is easier for his/her, but if he/she does not have the personal intention to do it for him/her would be harder learn it

6.3. to conclude the motivation and the attitude play an important role in the learning process, understanding motivation as the desire to achieve a goal, the effort made to reach that goal, and the satisfaction obtained to achieve the goal, this is completely relate with intrinsic motivation which works through the personal interest to learn the language