The effects of language speaking anxiety in second language acquisition
The purpose of this study was to identify factors that lead to the cause of language speaking anxiety. English is a compulsory subject for students from Grade 3 to 12 in Vietnam’s public schools. However, even after such a long period of learning, most university students are still incapable of developing fluency in spoken English. The study investigated factors that lead to their anxieties about speaking English. The secondary goal was to discover methods that can help mitigate the effect of speaking anxiety. The data collection process of this research was conducted in Ho Chi Minh City. The sample population of the study was consisting of university professors and students from different post-secondary institutions. The total number of participants of the survey was 26 students. For the interview, there were 3 students and 2 teachers participated.
Identifier (Other)DOI: 10.25316/IR-15055
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