In young learners’ class, especially elementary school students, Teachers usually find problems in teaching this subject. In general, their problems were related to low motivation, boring with learning, bad study habit, and bad attitudes toward learning. However, external factors, such as the classroom condition also hampered them in learning English in the classroom, Most of the students had problems in learning English language skills especially speaking. In general, the problems of students related to learning to speak can be divided into four main groups: First, students feel shy to speak English. Second, students often use their native language.
When asked to participate in speaking tasks with the teacher only, without their fellow students listening to them, these anxious students were markedly more willing to participate and experiment with language. Apart from anxiety due to fear of negative evaluation from their peers, all anxious respondents compared their speaking skills negatively in relation with their peers. During my critical observation I also found that about thirteen students were not in a mood to engage themselves into speaking exercises at all. Despite my possible efforts they remained hesitant and back-benchers throughout. But on getting motivated on my part they attempted to speak and felt happy.
In some schools almost half of the students have had test anxiety, but the number of students who suffer from test anxiety varies greatly between schools, “depending on factors such as gender, race, and socioeconomic status” (Wood et al. 234). An effect of this test induced anxiety is the increased probability that inaccurate scores are the consequences because of the inaccurate representation of their knowledge. Stress causes the student’s mind to go blank and forget all the information which they have been studying. This forgetful nature, then leads students to fill in random answers and receive a low score on the exam, but this score does not mean that they do not know the material.
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To communicate competently, a child must be able to process the whole message sent by another and integrate the verbal and nonverbal components of the message. Children with verbal and nonverbal communication difficulties often resort to temper tantrums or “meltdowns” to communicate emotions such as anger and frustration. They may appear uncooperative, fresh or rude and may be called oppositional and/or
This in turn could affect their progress at school as communication and interpreting is of vital importance in the process of teaching and learning. Language can serve as a major barrier to literacy as well as listening and speaking skills. When a student is taught in a language other than that of their home language, it affects both their listening and speaking skills. They are unable to understand what is being taught from an elementary stage in their schooling years and this hinders them from actually acquiring good listening skills because some learners choose not to listen to what is being taught. Due to the fact that they cannot really understand what is being taught, students would not be able to speak the language
Their Weak qualification in English is either related to the lack of student motivation, or the teacher’s interest. Many learners use their mother tongue because of the isolated culture. Yet, methods of teaching English included the medium of instructions, using Arabic in English classes, writing done in Arabic, teachers’ low proficiency in English, and lack of writing practice in educational institutions. The cases are different among student we cannot determine a specific case , but according to what we observed among learners we can basically give a few
It's understood that good communication is the establishment of any fruitful relationship, be it individual or expert. It's essential to perceive, however, that it's our nonverbal communication involving our outward appearances, motions, eye contact, stance, and manner of speaking are the ones that speaks the loudest. The capacity to comprehend and utilize silent languages, or non-verbal communication, is an intense device that can offer you some assistance with connecting with others, express what you truly mean, and assemble better connections. The way you tune in, look, move, and respond tells the other individual regardless of whether you give it a second thought, in case you're being honest, and how well you're tuning in. At the point when your nonverbal signs match up with the words you're stating, they build trust, clarity, and compatibility.
[24a] In reality, however, most students are not able to speak fluently and accurately when (they are) doing conversation orally. [75a] The teachers should give more exercises for speaking while they are teaching speaking. [20a] The mastery of speaking becomes the most important aspect in learning a second or foreign language compared with other language skills, and it can be measured if the students are successful to carry out a conversation in the language. [109b] For increasing vocabulary, there are some ways that can be done by the students, namely: the students can look up or consult the dictionary. [201b] Linguistic knowledge needs to be learnt by the students as it helps them understand a
In general, the problems of students related to learning to speak can be divided into four main groups: First, students feel shy to speak English. Second, students often use their native language. Third, students don’t have adequate information on the subjects discussed. Fourth,