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Identification of the Teacher’s Debilitating Attitude Involved in Acquiring Oral Competency of ESL Students at Graduate Level

Journal: English Literature and Language Review (Vol.2, No. 4)

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Page : 43-48

Keywords : Teacher‟s demotivating attitude; Oral communication snooping; Communicative skills; Teacher‟s essential motivation; Hesitation due to interruption; Anxiety in oral competency;

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The purpose of this study was to identify the factors related to the teacher‟s attitude involved in oral communication of ESL students. The investigation was carried out at Bahawalpur, Pakistan. This research was reported on a survey study and used a questionnaire for the students and interview format for the teachers as tools to investigate the issue. The interview was taken from forty highly experienced ESL/EFL teachers; and for questionnaire almost 100 students from each college were selected, total 498 ESL students participated in this research. The data provided through interview from teacher was analyzed qualitatively and the data from the students was analyzed through SPSS and Microsoft Excel. The following conclusion was drawn from the data collected from this investigation: Instructor‟s attitude motivates debilitating speaking factors. This investigation has proved explanatory implications and additionally this study also examined the attitudes and opinions of language teachers about second language learning and teaching. Furthermore, the research suggested a variety of strategies for learners to cope with second language anxiety.

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