Students' Conceptual Mindfulness About Learning Pronunciation at College Level

  • Asma Saman M.Phil. (Scholar) The University of Lahore Lahore, Pakistan
  • Muhammad Qasim Ali Ph.D (Scholar) The Islamia University of Bahawalpur Bahawalpur, Pakistan
  • Dr. Najam Ul Kashif Assistant Professor The Islamia University of Bahawalpur Bahawalpur, Pakistan

Abstract

The study highlights students' conceptual mindfulness about learning pronunciation at college level. The objective of the study were; 1) to find out the usefulness of English language pronunciation among college students, 2) to highlight students' problems in the way of learning English pronunciation at college level and 3) to find out the perceptions of students toward English pronunciation competence at college level. It was a descriptive study and questionnaire was used as a research tool. All the college students in the three districts (Okara, Pakpattan & Sahiwal) were included in the population. Fifty college students took from each district through simple random sampling techniques. So, the total sample of the study was 150 college students from three districts. Data was analyzed and find the mean score value for all the statement and then marked the mean score value with Levels of opinion. The results of the study informed us that learning the pronunciation of the 2nd language is difficult but not impossible; little concentration, practice and hard work is required to learn pronunciation of English language. It is concluded that four integrated skills; reading, listening, writing and speaking should be used in the teaching learning process for pronunciation and also used the 'listen and repeat' technique should be used.

How to Cite
Saman, A., Ali, M. Q., & Kashif, D. N. U. (2019). Students’ Conceptual Mindfulness About Learning Pronunciation at College Level. IJOHMN (International Journal Online of Humanities), 5(6), 23. https://doi.org/10.24113/ijohmn.v5i6.147