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Oct 16, 2020 12:00 Noon - Aug 31, 2021 01:45 PM(Asia/Ho_Chi_Minh)
20201016T1200 20201016T1345 Asia/Ho_Chi_Minh EFFECTS OF EFL TEACHERS’ EMOTIONS ON ENGLISH-MAJORED STUDENTS’ PARTICIPATION INTO COMMUNICATION ACTIVITIES IN VANLANG UNIVERSITY

This research mainly focuses on some of the different effects that EFL teachers' emotions have upon English-majored students' performance in classroom communication activities. There are six EFL teachers and fifty two first-year students involved in this work. Both qualitative and quantitative methods are applied for the data analysis. The empirical evidence has been gathered and classified in six areas of effects, including teachers' emotions, emotional intelligence, motivation, academic performance, classroom discipline and social behavior. Furthermore, both positive and negative effects have been analyzed in each of the discrete emotions mentioned. The results reveal that positive emotions provoke positive effects, while negative emotions provoke negative effects. Following is a discussion on the function of emotional regulation of EFL teachers and the possible benefits of emotional intelligence as a formative part of teacher preparation in teaching EFL to students. Key words: emotion effects, EFL teachers' emotions, emotional regulation, emotional intelligence, English-majored students' communication skills, motivation.

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This research mainly focuses on some of the different effects that EFL teachers' emotions have upon English-majored students' performance in classroom communication activities. There are six EFL teachers and fifty two first-year students involved in this work. Both qualitative and quantitative methods are applied for the data analysis. The empirical evidence has been gathered and classified in six areas of effects, including teachers' emotions, emotional intelligence, motivation, academic performance, classroom discipline and social behavior. Furthermore, both positive and negative effects have been analyzed in each of the discrete emotions mentioned. The results reveal that positive emotions provoke positive effects, while negative emotions provoke negative effects. Following is a discussion on the function of emotional regulation of EFL teachers and the possible benefits of emotional intelligence as a formative part of teacher preparation in teaching EFL to students. Key words: emotion effects, EFL teachers' emotions, emotional regulation, emotional intelligence, English-majored students' communication skills, motivation.

Lecturer
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Van Lang University
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Mr. Khai Tong
Lecturer
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Van Lang University
Mrs. Huyen Do
Lecturer
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Van lang University
Mr. Santisouk Thepvongsa
Teacher
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Savannakhet Teacher Training College
Mrs. Quynh Nguyen
Lecturer
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Thai Nguyen University of Sciences
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