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Title: Strategies for Coping with Debilitating Language Anxiety
Authors: Brajcich, Jack
Issue Date: Mar-2007
Publisher: 福岡女学院大学短期大学部
Abstract: This paper aims to offer a literature review on debilitating language anxiety as well as highlight some strategies for coping with debilitating language anxiety. Answers to several research questions will be attempted. One area of focus will be to seek how anxiety is defined. This paper will also mention different types of anxiety and how they relate to the language classroom. The question of whether 'language anxiety' exists will also be addressed. A bigger question that is dealt with is the question of whether 'language anxiety' is merely a form of social anxiety and/or related to self-esteem and self-worth. In addition, questions regarding strategies for coping with debilitating language anxiety will be dealt with. Ultimately, with a better understanding of anxiety, perhaps teachers can more effectively aid their students in their attempts at acquiring a second language.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11470/524
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