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|Title:||The IMPACT of ANXIETY in DIMINISHING EFL STUDENTS'S PARTICIPATION in ORAL PERFORMANCE|
|Abstract:||This academic research paper spot the light on speaking anxiety in EFL classes. Since speaking is a priority; students are required to achieve the maximum vocabulary and to be able to use it in different contexts .Also, they are supposed to avoid accuracy mistakes and to achieve fluency. For that, teachers have to take into consideration the criteria required in choosing speaking tasks to meet students’ needs and preferences. Also, to follow effective strategy in correcting students’ errors. There is another important point we should take into consideration when talking about speaking foreign language which is the psychological state of the learner. It has been remarked that students feel anxious when speaking the target language in front of others; most of them appear to forget words, stammer and stutter when speaking, what impede their communicative competency. Investigation shows that there are various sources of anxiety, however, the lack of linguistic competency, the lack of self-esteem and oral tests are the main ones. Therefore, this academic research proposes some suggestions that may help students and teachers to enhance speaking skill and reduce anxiety|
|Appears in Collections:||Faculté des Lettres et des Langues FLL|
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