to the research being done by the researcher. The ineffectual factors include cultureshock, previous negative social and political experiences, lack of motivation, anxietyand shyness in class, especially if their previous learning experiences were negative(Nunan, 1999:231). All the factors stated above give the effect on the students’speaking ability. So, the teacher has to solve this problem as good as possible.Furthermore, students seem to possess a reluctance to speak in English may be due to the students’ fear of looking and feeling foolish when they make a mistakethat would make the others laugh at them or even look down on them. This method proposes to help the students eliminate their resistance to learning spoken language by making them forget their difficulties in learning (Brown, (1994: 23). Yet,countless studies and experiments in human learning have shown that motivation is akey in learning. Therefore the teacher is expected to motivate the students the classwhile they are learning English speaking skill.
2.2 The Importance of Speaking
In relation to the purpose of the teaching of English as a foreign language, acrucial thing is to teach students to speak in order to communicate through thelanguage, Allen and Widdowson (in Brumfit and Keith, 1979) elaborate that Englishteaching has been called upon to provide students with the basic ability to use thelanguage, to receive information, and to convey information associated with their special study.One of the aims of most language programs is to develop spoken languageskill and most programs aim to integrate both spoken and written language (Burn andJoyce, 1997). Learning the language means using it in communication in oral or