Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
This paper addresses the issue of how people perceive themselves and others when speaking in a second language (L2). It explores the attitudinal aspects (e.g. sociological, psychological, and emotional) through the use of a questionnaire and in-depth interviews. Using the data collected, the paper compares and contrasts native and non-native English-speaking men and women. The results of the data have been illustrated in bar graphs to give the reader an idea of what findings were produced from the research. The research has been analyzed and tentative conclusions have been made. The conclusions, however, allow the reader to be able to explore any area in greater detail that will expand his/her knowledge of the topic.
Education | Educational Psychology | International and Comparative Education
Smith, Keith Douglas, "Attitude and Perception Differences When Speaking in a Second Language" (1987). MA TESOL Collection. 660.