Variation Between Females And Males Anxiety Level Of English As Foreign Language Learning

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The purpose of this pilot study is to investigate the variation between females and males anxiety level in English as foreign language learning. Importantly, students from both of the two genders can perceive considerable level of language anxiety inside and outside the classroom environment. This phenomenon seems natural in foreign language classroom with relevance to the stress level of accompanied learning. Consequently, this led the researchers to study the role of anxiety among foreign language learners and review the current psychological factors which are involved in it, that reflect negatively on the students’` academic performance. This pilot study unit of analysis focuses on university students who perceive considerable level of language anxiety as the results of the study indicate. Therefore, the main concern of this study is to measure the variations in gender responses with relevance to foreign English Language Learning anxiety by using the FLCAS Scale (Horwitz, E. K., Horwitz, M. B., & Cope, J, 1986). I anticipate that the results will indicate a significant correlation between the academic performance and the gender due to cultural and social variables with no significant difference between their performance and the grade level. The process of this pilot study includes literature review, the study target, research questions, research hypothesis, method, sample, data collection procedure, analysis, results and conclusion. Key Terms FLCAS (Foreign Language

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