A Survey On Speaking Anxiety Level Of Secondary Students In An Islamic Private School
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This study aims to identify students’ anxiety on Foreign Language This data was distributed to 156 students in second grade (XI) of Islamic Private Senior High School use Foreign Language Classroom Anxiety Scale (FLCAS) questionnaire as an instrument. This study is a quantitative research and the questionnaire is adaptation from Horwitz, Horwitz, and Cope (1986) as an instruments of anxiety with reliability 0.844. The result shows that the students have a high level of speaking anxiety is Communication Apprehension with an average score of 3.48. Meanwhile, the students have a low level of speaking anxiety is Fear of Negative Evaluation with an average score of 2.87. The outcomes obtained from this study that students’ panic, anxiety and tension that happens when speak with a foreign language in front of the class without a decent planning or when will do some discussion with educator and companion.