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Title: Investigating the Role of Self-Esteem in Enhacing Learners’ Oral Performance
Authors: Khoudour Salima
Issue Date: 4-Dec-2014
Abstract: The present study aims to explore the relationship between self-esteem and oral speaking productions. The research work is mainly concerned with finding whereby the feeling of ‘I can do it’ and ‘I am unique’ has any thing to do with learners’ speaking abilities. The main problem we are confronted within this research, What is the relationship between self-esteem and oral productions for first year LMD learners of english ? It is hypothesized in this research work that the more students trust their abilities, the more likely they are to enhance their speaking abilities in the foreign language. The research methodology adopted in this study is a descriptive one, It intends to describe two variables : self-esteem as the independent variable and foreign language speaking as the presumed dependent variable, and to identify the relationship between them. Data were gathered through a series of questionnaires administered to a sample of 30 students and delivered to 10 teachers at English division in the University of Biskra.The results obtained from the present research project showed that there is a positive relationship between students’ self-esteem and their foreign language speaking performance, and that this relationship affects directly their level of academic achievement in general. A reality that is agreed on by all teachers’ answers to the questionnaire.Firthermore, the research findings showed an important indication that there is no value judgment more important to any learner than the value he gives to himself when learning the foreign spoken language
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