Student’s Self-Efficacy in Speaking Learning
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- self-efficacy; self-efficacy source; speaking learning
This study aims to describe ways that can be used to improve students' self-efficacy in speaking learning. This research uses a descriptive qualitative method with literature study techniques. One of the causes of student speaking difficulties is anxiety. Anxiety is associated with low self-efficacy. Self-efficacy is an individual's belief in his ability to complete a task or achieve a predetermined goal. Therefore, so that students' anxiety when speaking is reduced so that students can speak well, it is necessary to do ways to improve student self-efficacy in the learning process through four sources of self-efficacy, namely (1) mastery experience, (2) representative experience, (3) verbal persuasion or social persuasion, and (4) physiological and affective conditions. The source of self-efficacy used in learning is tailored to the needs, both the condition of students and existing facilities. Self-efficacy can be improved in each step of learning, both in pre-activity, core activities (preparation steps, presentation practice steps, speech/presentation steps, and presentation evaluation steps), and post-activity learning.
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TY - CONF AU - Iis Lisnawati AU - Yuyun Yuniawati AU - Welly Nores Kartadireja PY - 2019/03 DA - 2019/03 TI - Student’s Self-Efficacy in Speaking Learning BT - Proceedings of the International Symposium on Social Sciences, Education, and Humanities (ISSEH 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 255 EP - 261 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/isseh-18.2019.59 DO - 10.2991/isseh-18.2019.59 ID - Lisnawati2019/03 ER -