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EEO. 2021; 20(5): 7047-7056

Emotional Management to Speak in English Fluently and Effectively

Ramappadu Kagita,*Dr. Vijaya Babu Palukuri, Samuel Rajiv Kumar Jana, Syeda Noorie Banu.


The present research examination elucidates the ways emotions influence the speaking abilities to emerge aspirants from rural Northern Andhra Region. Research results imply that positive and negative emotions contribute to improve and diminish English language speaking abilities. The quasi-experimental method is the effective to provide strong evidence suggesting cause and effect relationship. The outcome of the study shows that ‘the negative emotions drag the speaker so that it should manage well to enhance speaking abilities in L2’: Language uneasiness envelops the sentiments of negative and hassle emotions associated with the acquisition of a language if it is not a speaker's L1. There is still a lot to find out concerning the function of emotions to speak in a foreign language and will wrap up with confident commendation for potential research. In this correlation, the creative language activities through the drama technique would be the solution to manage emotions and give ample scope to present one’s opinion, experiences and subject competences to the audience with confidence and effectiveness. Results are supporting an efficient training to manage emotions to speak fluently and motivational language activities through drama technique as a positive language learning course of action.

Key words: Activities; Drama; Language activities: Emotions; Motivation

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