Sunday , October 20 2019

Simple examples and Explanations of Literature Review about Speaking problems

Literature Review is just like as references review collected form the experts. Literature review is about to be discussed with the ‘unnoticed professor from UNIROW ASIA’.  The literature that will take into account is about speaking problems. The discussion will take more than few days to complete and the result maybe posted here if it granted the permission to share it publicly. So here is the simple example of review literature available for public.

Literature review on speaking ability using quantum teaching method at second grade students and also review statement that said if second grade students can learn speaking faster if taught using quantum teaching method. The example above is really simple to make it easy for casual reader to understand. The speaking problems have been an usual disaster for new learner. Sometimes, even the people who is able to write English easily have the speaking problems. Please note that spelling English words using local accent is not considered to be problems (but added to uncommon special accent).

Speaking ability faced by the students and non students are totally different. While students have difficulties in spelling it right, non-students have bigger problems such as pronunciation incorrectly that will lead in different meaning from the expected meaning. Understanding this type of difficulties will greatly aid in creating review literature in Skripsi or Thesis. Some Experts such as Mohammad Rifai from UNIROW Asia stated if the difficulties were classified into several types. The type of difficulties were based on the speaking skill (2012:1485). There are five types, first type is Very low difficulties which mean the peoples who have this difficulties are still able to interact with native speaker using different accent. The second type would be a low difficulties which mean the native speakers may able to understand the conversation but will have hard time to follow it. The Third difficulties in speaking problems is medium difficulty. This difficulties will make the native speakers have hard times to understand the sentences completely. Without using other helps such as pictures, sent Text or other tools such as dictionary pointed by the speaker, Native speaker would completely unable to follow up the conversation. The Fourth difficulty in speaking problems is high difficulties. Native speakers would not be able to understand the words explicitly in the conversation and it means the sentences is useless as the native speakers unable to understand each words in sentences. Really bad situation. But don’t think it is the worst. The fifth difficulties in speaking problems will deserve it.

The last difficulties is speaking problems is Very high difficulty. This is the worst difficulties and native speakers would have a headache just by listening to the conversation IMO. native speakers who listen to the conversation will have no idea on every words spoken by the people and it will force them to guess the topic of the discussion that is  impossible to predict. This difficulty was happen because the speakers trying to speak to native speakers with their skills. Their lack abilities make it really bad as the effort become useless.Anyone who never trying to learn English but acting like as understand about how the English work will end up in this list. They were not understand the structure of sentences and have no idea on how the words being spelled and using the wrong words to express the feeling.

As usual, if there are questions about review literature in speaking problems, please write your own questions through comment form. Any opinion would be accepted gladly. If you were not be able to speak or write English, Use your own language. I can understand Javanese, Bahasa Indonesia, English, Few Japanese and Chinese. Just don’t use France as I still learn about it at the moment. 😀

One comment

  1. Getting the literature is the first step to create stunning work. I like the idea

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