Barriers in Speaking Skills

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STI College of Dasmariñas
Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts
Dasmariñas

Barriers in Speaking Skills of First year HRS and HRM Students In partial fulfilment for requirement in
Communication Arts 2

March 4, 2013
Final Period
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1
Problem and its background
A. Definition of Terms
B. Objective
C. Scope and Limitation
D. Significance of the study
Chapter 2
Review of Related literature
A. Communication Skills
a. Reading Skills
b. Listening Skills
c. Writing Skills
Chapter 3
Methodology
A. Result of the survey and Graphical representation
Chapter 4
Conclusion
Chapter 5
Appendix
A. Sample Letter
B. Sample survey form
Chapter 6
Bibliography
Chapter 7
The researchers
A. Eva Ysabel Glinofria
B. Mark Alvin Magdayo
C. Jayson Basilio
D. Reina Mae Sarreal
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"The basic building block of good communications is the feeling that every human being is unique and of value." — Unknown

Problem and its Background

Barriers in Speaking Skills

Even as first year college students have a hard time in communicating and expressing their thoughts especially in English language. Reciting reports in classrooms are even more uncomfortable when prepared in English. This report intends to provide some light in order to solve this problem.

As a background of the basics of communication skills, in foreign language teaching the four basic skills are: 1. Speaking
2. Listening comprehension
3. Reading
4. Writing

Speaking as one of the basic skills that involve three components*: 1. Verbal Messages - the words we choose
2. Paraverbal Messages - how we say the words
3. Nonverbal Messages - our body language

These Three Components Are Used To:
1. Send Clear, Concise Messages
2. Receive and Correctly Understand Messages Sent to Us.

In reference to the above the speaker must be able to send the correct message to be understood by the receiver. Is it possible that the barrier is physical or in character?

The research will make an effort to prove the above and break the barrier of difficulty in the speaking skills the first year HRS and HRS students. This research will also find out if there is a truth whether the students have chosen the HRM and HRS course was due to the limited exposure of speaking the English language than in the Tourism course in actual practice.

DEFINITION OF TERMS

Literature
- Written works, esp. those considered of superior or lasting artistic merit: "a great work of literature".

Communication
- is the activity of conveying information through the exchange of thoughts, messages, or information, as by speech, visuals, signals, writing, or behaviour.
Barriers
- A circumstance or obstacle that prevents communication or that keeps people or things apart: "a language barrier".
Heed
-if you heed someone’s advice or warning, you pay attention to it and do what they suggest
Orator
-orator is someone who is skills at making formal speeches, especially one which affect people.

Objective

This research paper’s main objectives:
*to be able to identify the barriers in English speaking skills of first year HRS and HRM students, *to be able to know what are the reason of the students why they can’t express what they want, *to be able to know that developing English speaking skills is really necessary in school. So that after the research we may be able to develop a better means of expressing our thoughts through verbal communication.

SCOPE AND LIMITATION

Four (4) STI first year HRS students will present a research on the about the factors that affect the communication skills of the co-students. In order to be specific the group be focusing on the speaking skills. Students somehow find themselves at a difficult position during class recitation while expressing thoughts in the English. The group...
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