Taking Lead in L2 Speaking Skill through Teachers’ Motivation: A Retrospection of Private Universities in Bangladesh

Md. Rabiul Alam, Md. Zahangir Alam, Shamsi Farzana

Abstract


English has earned its undeniable importance as it is usually spoken and considered as the common language almost everywhere in this global world. Hence, learning English speaking has been a merry part for the learners of non-speaking English countries. How to develop the L2 speaking fluency of English as a foreign language learners through the role of teachers’ motivation, many research have been carried out in this field. Likewise, this research aims at picking up the current scenario of the tertiary level English as a second language learners’ speaking skill in Bangladesh, and the importance of teachers’ motivation to accelerate their oral proficiency. This study also shows that teachers’ motivation enable students to improve their verbal performance, leads toward greater success in the future, and most importantly keeps learners highly interested and ease in the L2 learning process. Finally, it suggests that teachers can help instill intrinsic motivation among the learners to improve their speaking skill.

Aus. J. Bus. Sco S. & IT. Vol 4(3), July 2018, P 94-102

Keywords


Tertiary Level; L2 Speaking; Teachers’ Motivation; Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation; Short-term and Long-term Motivation

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