the relevance of the model's behaviors and consequences to the learner's goals

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GREETINGS

I am a newer, and my English is not very good. Would you possibly learn me what the bold part means, or give me a vivid example as to that?

Other than that, I am wondering what the word model-- the red word-- could mean.


Any help would be appreciated







The theory identified several factors that determine whether observing a model will affect behavioral or cognitive change. These factors include the learner's developmental status, the perceived prestige and competence of the
model, the consequences received by the model, the relevance of the model's behaviors and consequences to the learner's goals, and the learner's self-efficacy.








Topic: observing models by Albert Bandura
Extracted from:
http://www.k12academics.com/educatio...e#.VHb-fGSsV3g


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I don't think I quite understand what you are trying to say?
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