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|Title:||Investigating teachers' and students' attitudes toward the role of audio-visual aids in minimizing EFL learners' anxiety in oral performance|
|Other Titles:||the case of second year LMD english students, at Larbi Ben M'Hidi university Oum-El-Bouaghi|
|Keywords:||Teaching : english : writing : short stories matérial|
|Publisher:||university of Oum-El-Bouaghi|
|Abstract:||The core of this dissertation seeks to investigate teachers' and students' attitudes toward the role of audiovisual aids in minimizing EFL learners' anxiety in oral performance. For the sake of confirming the hypothesis adopted in this study that both teachers and students will have positive attitudes towards the role of audiovisual aids in lessening EFL students' anxiety in oral performance. The method being used in this research is the descriptive one. This method attempts to depict the use of audiovisual aids as the independent variable and its effectiveness on minimizing student's anxiety in speaking skill as the dependent variable. The data of this research were collected through two questionnaires in which one is distributed to be filled by 50 second year LMD students in which 25 students from each class and the other for teachers who teach oral expression at english department of Oum-El-Bouaghi university. The results have demonstrated that teachers' and students' perspective hold positive attitudes regarding the learners implementation of audiovisual aids and its effectiveness in increasing students' self confidence and lessen their anxiety. In the light of the results, the earlier stated hypothesis was successfully confirmed in that teachers and students have positive attitudes towards the role of audiovisual aids (AVAs) in minimizing learners' anxiety in oral performance. We can deduce from the results of the questionnaire that students' use of audiovisual materials has an obvious and inarguable positive effect on areas of speaking skill, particularly increasing students' self confidence and minimizing their anxiety|
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