Proceedings of the 3rd Annual International Seminar on Transformative Education and Educational Leadership (AISTEEL 2018)

Students’ Perceptions Toward Anxiety Feelings When Speaking English

Authors
Windha Zulhernanda, Busmin Gurning, Sri Minda Murni
Corresponding Author
Windha Zulhernanda
Available Online December 2018.
DOI
https://doi.org/10.2991/aisteel-18.2018.122How to use a DOI?
Keywords
Students Perceptions; Anxiety; Speaking English
Abstract
This study investigated about students perceptions toward anxiety feelings when speak in english. The participant of this study were 3 students that studied in different class in private vocational high school in Sei Mencirim, Deli Serdang subdistrict. There were 2 female students and 1 male student. The technique of collecting the data by interview the students about their anxiety feelings when they speaking in English in their class. The data analysis have been analyzed by their perceptions from their statements by Rao, V.S.P Naraya P.S. and then analyzed based on the types of perception, such as Perceivers-Specific Characteristics, Target-Specific Characteristics, Situation-Specific Characteristics. The result of this study was The dominant types of the students perception was Situation-Specific Characteristics and The participants gain that perception greater than the social context that surrounds it, because such social influences can affect the behavior and thinking of the individual by stating that they will still feel worried when they want to speak in English because the English is a foreign language for them, so will still feel wrong in pronunciation, grammar, and vocabulary. because participants feel it from some of the conditions they experience based on what they feel, and they think.
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