Student’s Junior High School Affective Factor in Speaking Performance

Tarwiyah, Umrotut (2020) Student’s Junior High School Affective Factor in Speaking Performance. undergraduate thesis, Universitas Muhammadiyah Gresik.

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There are three aspects of affective factor in student’s speaking performance include the aspect of motivation, self-confidence and anxiety. This study is set to find out the most dominant aspect of affective factor which appears in student’s speaking performance at MTs Yasmu Manyar Gresik. The subjects of this study were sixty students in VIII grade. The research instruments used in this study were questionnaires and interview. All three aspects are included in the students’ questionnaire and teacher’s interview, and Based on the questionnaire result, there were 36.55 (37%) students were agreed that anxiety is one of the aspects which is more dominant appears in in student’s speaking performance. And based on the interview with English teacher, anxiety is an aspect that is often seen during the learning process of speaking English class. The existence of aspect anxiety has negative and detrimental effects on the students’ ability in speaking performance. This study was expected to help students in improve their performance in speaking classes.

Item Type: Thesis (undergraduate)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Affective Factor, Speaking Performance, Motivation, Self- Confidence, Anxiety
Subjects: English Education
English Education > English
Divisions: Faculty of Teacher Training and Education > English Education Study Program
Depositing User: Umrotut Tarwiyah
Date Deposited: 05 Oct 2020 02:20
Last Modified: 05 Oct 2020 02:20

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