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|Title:||The Impact of Teaching Pronunciation in Enhancing Learners’ Fluency Case study: second year LMD student of Mohammed Khieder University.|
|Abstract:||This work aims at determining the reasons that make students’ of second year LMD fail in pronouncing English correctly. They learn the English phonetics and oral expression which normally cover the students’ requirements on the perspective of pronunciation, butthey still have problems in speaking the English language with correct pronunciation. This study encompasses different elements to release three main points. First to describe the current situation of teaching both phonetics and oral expression in our department .Then to know the activities and tools used by the teacher and, to know the students’ preferences in learning oral expression and phonetic s.To release the helping he teachers o diagnose he roblems f aced by the learners in learning pronunciation and to find solutions to improve the teaching of pronunciation in university.To achieve the above objective, a teachers’ questionnaire was opted It was administrate dtoeightteachersof phonetics and oral expression.The questionnaireaimsattappingintotheteachers’ experiencesandideas.Theanalysisofdata showsthatthetimedevotedtoteaching pronunciationisnotenoughandteachersfocusmuch moreonwriting.Themajority ofteachersareawareoftheimportanceofteaching pronunciation,butthey lackthetoolstoteachitsuchaslanguagelaboratories.The questionnaire showsthat the lack of collaboration between teachers of phonetics and oral expression hinder learning pronunciation.Moreover thestudentslistenandspeakEnglish onlyinsidetheclassrooms. Thus, theonlywaytomakethe students speakEnglish properlyis to let them speak in classrooms as much as possible.|
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