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Title: Attributions on Students’ Speaking Fluency Problems in An EFL Speaking Classroom
Authors: Pratiwi, Mutiara Putri
Keywords: attribution;fluency
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Program Studi Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris FBS-UKSW
Abstract: This study explores students’ attributions for their English-speaking fluency problems in their English as a Foreign Language (EFL) speaking classroom. The participants of the study were 34 freshmen at the Speaking for Social Purposes classes at the English Language Education Program, Satya Wacana Christian University (ELEP, UKSW), academic year 2017/2018. An open-ended questionnaire and semi-structured interview were used as the instruments of the data collection. On the questionnaire, three questions were presented in which the participants were asked to write their responses concerning their speaking fluency problems. Meanwhile a semi-structured interview was conducted with three participants to clarify their written responses on the questionnaire. The data analysis appeared to prove that anxiety, lack of vocabulary, and problems in grammatical aspects were primary factors influencing the students’ difficulties to speak English fluently. Eventually, this study hopes to provide insights for teachers and students in avoiding the speaking problems and improving English-speaking fluency among EFL learners.
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