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Hindering Factors that Prevent College English Students from Participating in Class Discussions: A Case at Jiangsu University, China

Solange E. Guerrero
2019 Journal of Curriculum and Teaching  
Other expressed that they did not know about thetopics to discuss in class, and that was a significant barrier to their performance. Besides, some participants doubtedto speak in class.  ...  That can be linked to their shyness.  ...  Those are: What are the different structures and strategies that teachers apply to conduct class discussions? What do teachers do to reduce students' affective filters such as shyness?  ... 
doi:10.5430/jct.v8n2p62 fatcat:lqukh7lsqbaanitkmoz7evwf2m

Social Withdrawal and Shyness [chapter]

Kenneth H. Rubin, Robert J. Coplan, Julie C. Bowker, Melissa Menzer
2011 The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Childhood Social Development  
behavior and positive affect.  ...  In addition, these mothers responded aversively to their child's negative behavior and negative affect.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781444390933.ch23 fatcat:qkqnfc57szctziieysqnv7zd4m

Shyness, Social Anxiety, and Social Phobia [chapter]

Lynne Henderson, Paul Gilbert, Philip Zimbardo
2014 Social Anxiety  
That conceptualization led to considering the situational and personal determinants of shyness in adults, and in turn, to a long-term research program, The Stanford Shyness Program (Zimbardo, 1977) .  ...  The authors speculated that the tendency to avoid may affect the social learning process.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-394427-6.00004-2 fatcat:suij62dprbfixp2iuir4jtkupi

QUIZIZZ AND SMARTPHONES: WARM-UP STRATEGY FOR IMPROVING UNIVERSITY STUDENTS' CLASS PARTICIPATION

2021 Chakiñan  
The objectives of this study were: 1) to identify if students increased their class participation after using quizzes and smartphones as a warm-up strategy, and 2) to explore the perceptions of the students  ...  Due to the impact of the internet and technology on the millennials generation, the teaching and learning process must be integrated by both trends, as they can increase university students' motivation  ...  These activities have a great impact on students' learning and participation in any English class.  ... 
doi:10.37135/chk.002.13.01 fatcat:yzl2fktw7zdupbpvvrzgl6jwai

The Effects of Anxiety, Shyness and Language Learning Strategies on Speaking Skills and Academic Achievement

2019 European Journal of Educational Research  
Finally, suggestions were made for German teachers to reduce the effects of shyness and anxiety in the process of foreign language learning.  ...  The purpose of this research was to investigate the relationship between foreign language anxiety, shyness, language learning strategies, speaking scores and academic achievement of university preparatory  ...  language learners and since all the classes they participated in the program were "language classes" this item would not be appropriate for their situation" (Aydin, 1999, p. 54) .  ... 
doi:10.12973/eu-jer.8.4.999 fatcat:bpe32ckmprbn5d6sogbi57z2mm

Exploring Shyness among Veterinary Medical Students: Implications for Mental and Social Wellness

Kenneth Royal, Mari-Wells Hedgpeth, Keven Flammer
2018 Veterinary Sciences  
Students attributed the primary source of shyness to personal fears and insecurities. Students reported frequent feelings of shyness and generally perceived shyness as an undesirable quality.  ...  Conclusions: Given the high prevalence of self-reported shyness among veterinary medical students, institutions may wish to include strategies to address shyness as part of a comprehensive wellness program  ...  In the present study, more than half of the students indicated shyness has affected their asking questions during class (55%), meeting new people (53%), and speaking up in class (52%).  ... 
doi:10.3390/vetsci5020056 pmid:29914086 pmcid:PMC6024308 fatcat:siwok7p52fdqhmga44zatt5a2y

Investigation the Impact of Paint Therapy on Communication Skills of Shyness Girl Students

Maryam Shahri, Mehdi Moeinikia, Adel Zahed, Mohammad Narimani
2014 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
Shyness Questionnaire was used to assess the student's shyness.  ...  The Statistical population consisted of students from one of the secondary school of Ardabil City, those finally 84 students was selected as shyness students and were divided into two experimental and  ...  In the experimental classes after preparing the participants, the purpose of the study was explained and the students were asked not to rush to respond.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.03.165 fatcat:es2aszimwvcozcacwnwogdriiy

The Effects of Referential Questions in Pre-writing Activities on Students' In-class Participation and Written Production

Elif KEMALOĞLU ER
2020 Cumhuriyet International Journal of Education  
as they can affect students' inclass participation and language production.  ...  In these activities, referential questions may act as effective means to encourage students' in-class participation and written production.  ...  This brings us to the significance of the topic, which is referential questions asked by teachers in pre-writing activities, with the possibility to affect in-class participation and written production  ... 
doi:10.30703/cije.753039 fatcat:fcx7d7jkvfde7nobuemdjwmx5e

Empirical paper. Participation of deaf and hard-of-hearing students in classes with hearing students

M Stinson
1999 Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education  
Still, promoting participation seems an important first step in socially integrating students in regular classes, and if participation is frequent and mutually enjoyable, it may (although not automatically  ...  to selected, classes.  ...  The way that the teacher structures class activities appeared to affect the extent of participation of the D/HH students.  ... 
doi:10.1093/deafed/4.3.191 pmid:15579887 fatcat:67lwra2azbhincopmv57wievca

Overcoming Shyness: Promoting Leadership and Communication through English Drama Camp in Japan

Yasuko Shiozawa, Eucharia Donnery, Mandy Collins, Dragan Miladinović
2017 SCENARIO: Journal for Performative Teaching, Learning, Research  
The purpose of this paper is to describe how drama-based pedagogies can meet Japanese university EFL students learner-needs within a short time-frame.  ...  It first describes the cultural and educational contexts of Second Language Acquisition (SLA) in Japan in general terms, before specifically outlining the aims and methodology of the 2014 and 2015 summer  ...  The 2017 summer drama camp with Bunkyo University and Shonan Institute of Technology was held in September and this new data is being currently compiled for upcoming research.  ... 
doi:10.33178/scenario.11.2.2 fatcat:slgzaefm7jewnkvdpar2i63ite

Level of Shyness among the Public and Private Schools Adolescents (13-18 Years): A Comparative Study

Ayesha Manzoor Kiran
2016 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
The research presents evidence that there is no impact of schooling system on shyness levels of adolescents but shy adolescents are less likely to participate in communication and classroom activities  ...  To measure the levels of shyness, the McCroskey Shyness scale was administered on the sample.  ...  A shy adolescent have problem in participating, interacting and communicating with others class fellows. Furthermore, interpersonal factors are found to have played a role in chronic shyness.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2016.02.015 fatcat:4oqcj5dmbzhf5nwefvblnjlfge

Social problem solving in early childhood: Developmental change and the influence of shyness

Olga L. Walker, Kathryn A. Degnan, Nathan A. Fox, Heather A. Henderson
2013 Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology  
The purpose of this study was to examine developmental change and the influence of shyness on social problem-solving (SPS).  ...  and others continuing to show SPS difficulties over time.  ...  Method Participants Six hundred and fourteen (295 boys, 319 girls) children and their mothers participated in a longitudinal study.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.appdev.2013.04.001 pmid:24039325 pmcid:PMC3768023 fatcat:w63ysvixbbbpbjrayp3qsmmgdq

Shyness and Learning Adjustment in Senior High School Students: Mediating Roles of Goal Orientation and Academic Help Seeking

Yingmin Chen, Liang Li, Xiaoyi Wang, Yingli Li, Fengqiang Gao
2018 Frontiers in Psychology  
Previous literature suggests that shyness may negatively affect ones' cognition, emotion, and behavioral performance and lead to academic and social maladjustment.  ...  Selfreport measures were adopted to collect information on: demographic characteristics, the level of shyness, goal orientation, academic help seeking, and learning adjustment.  ...  This study was supported by project of National Social Science Foundation of China (13BSH061) and Humanities and Social Sciences Research Foundation of Ministry of Education of China (17YJA190004).  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01757 pmid:30283394 pmcid:PMC6157445 fatcat:kpjyossfjjft7irn3b3zuy46oa

Effects of interventions for social anxiety and shyness in school-aged children: A systematic review and meta-analysis

Reinie Cordier, Renée Speyer, Natasha Mahoney, Anne Arnesen, Liv Heidi Mjelve, Geir Nyborg, Thomas M. Olino
2021 PLoS ONE  
as an ideal developmental stage to target shyness.  ...  None of the interventions were delivered in a classroom setting, limiting the ability to make comparisons between in-class interventions and those delivered outside the classroom, but highlighting the  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to acknowledge the contributions of Dr Bas Heijnen and Dr Sarah Wilkes-Gillan for providing research assistant support during abstract selection, data extraction  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0254117 pmid:34242303 pmcid:PMC8270412 fatcat:pf2rvwtrzzeqhmx4rlpspv6vu4

Shy Engineers? Strategies to Eliminate Shyness and Enhance Engineering Students' Career Development

2019 VOLUME-8 ISSUE-10, AUGUST 2019, REGULAR ISSUE  
This article discusses the shyness problem and its relevance to the engineering students' career development. The strategies to eliminate shyness are deliberated in brief based on previous studies.  ...  Shyness is a universal problem that happens among students, including engineering students. Shy students have a high introverted trait and they are more suitable to choose a non-social career.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This research was partially supported by University Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia, Johor using PPG Grant (V022) and (K022).  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijitee.b9041.129219 fatcat:upprppsh7zb5rkskfylnoknv54
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