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Title: The Impact of listening comprehension difficulties on EFL students’ motivation
Other Titles: the case study of third year LMD students of english at Larbi Ben M’Hidi university
Authors: Hamri, Bouchra Ikram
Benzitouni, Amina Ouafa
Keywords: Listening comprehension
EFL Students
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Université De Larbi Ben M’hidi Oum EL Bouaghi
Abstract: This present research is conducted to investigate the impact of listening comprehension difficulties on EFL students' motivation. To fulfill such a purpose, 39 third year EFL students at Larbi Ben M'hidi University, Oum El Bouaghi were randomly selected to be our sample and to answer our questionnaire. The questionnaire is composed of 12 questions, divided into two main parts (listening comprehension and motivation). The results of the questionnaire highlight that when facing problems and factors related mostly to the accent and speed of the native speakers' dialogues, third year EFL students may be rendered and demotivated during listening comprehension activities in the classroom. Alongside that, the results reveal that the classroom climate, the way listening exercises are conducted, and teachers' pleasant interactions with students have a great impact on how motivated the students remain. Therefore, this study also aims to bring about the most convenient strategies and techniques to ensure the ideal classroom experience for listening comprehension activities.
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