Factors Triggers Students Low English Lan
International Diary of English language Language Education
2013, Vol. 1, No . 1
Factors Causes Learners Low English language Language
Learning: A Case Analyze in the National University of
Thongma Souriyavongsa (Corresponding author)
College of Educational Studies, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia Tel: 601-6690-9027
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School of Educational Research, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia Tel: 601-7506-3234
E-mail: [email protected] usm. com
Mohamad Jafre Zainol Abidin
School of Educational Studies, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia Tel: 601-9415-2105
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Leong Lai Mei
School of Educational Research, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia Tel: 601-6454-1068
E-mail: [email protected] my
Received: December 6th, 2012
Acknowledged: January 21 years old, 2013
Posted: January twenty-two, 2013
doi: 10. 5296/ijele. v1i1. 3100
It has been generally well-known that most people faced several problems in mastering English being a second or perhaps foreign language in non-English speaking countries; for example , in Lao People Democratic Republic (Lao PDR). This kind of paper has a main goal to explore students-teachers' weakness toward English language learning being a foreign language of the Continuing Summertime Program for Bachelor's degree of Teacher Education in The english language at the 179
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Faculty of Education (FOE), the Countrywide University of Laos (NUOL) in Lao. A study targets the reasons that impact on all their poor English performance. Info were sucked from the question " Why Lao students weakened in English? вЂќ. This kind of question was administered to 30 English students-teachers in order to respond with their own sights. Each surveys takers listed ten reasons that mentioned for what reason students happen to be poor in English dialect performance. Based upon the studies of this study, main triggers have been included namely: first, the majority of pupils stated that the English teachers are not well-trained; for instance, they use Lao terminology when educating, so they can not perform well to attract the interest from the student. Second, students insufficient English groundwork background. Third, students not enough confidence to use English as they are afraid of errors and timid feeling. Next, the programs is unacceptable for assisting students to further improve their English proficiency. Lastly, English language is hard to learn due to students aren't well-motivated, motivated and attained learning strategy. Furthermore, college students do not practice speaking English with English language native speakers, and school environment can be crowded and noisy which is not fulfilled with teaching pedagogy.
Keywords: English language learning, factors, weak spot
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1 ) Introduction
This paper provides a main goal to investigate the perception of English student-teachers who have listed in the Carrying on Summer Plan for College degree of Teacher Education in English regarding the causes of students' poor functionality in English language learning at the Faculty of Education (FOE), the National University of Laos (NUOL) in Lao PDR. This Program continues to be conducting throughout the school vacation. It offers a fantastic opportunity for English teachers who had already managed to graduate diploma qualification in the field of British program to increase their studies in the same field. The duration of this system is 36 months, but learners have to take moment for two months with this extra-course yearly. The program has been offered like a module is determined by teachers' available times and teaching timetable during the term opening.
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