THE STUDENTS DEMOTIVATING FACTORS FOR LEARNING ENGLISH IN IAIN LHOKSEUMAWE
Everybody needs to have motivation and a reason for action. Second and foreign language learners should be offered the opportunity to be motivated and fulfill their learning orientation. However, in the learning process, there are so many students are still faced on demotivating factors The purpose of this study is to describe the students’ demotivation factors for learning English in IAIN Lhokseumawe. Thirty students were taken as the subjects of the study to fulfill the data need in completing a questionnaire and ten students were chosen to follow the interview process expressing what affects negatively their English learning motivation. The data finding shown that the students of IAIN Lhokseumawe have many demotivation factors were affected by the subjects aspects such as, listening, writing, reading, speaking, vocabulary and grammar beside of the teachers style and personality and also cultural perspective.
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