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Appendix A: Foreign Language Classroom Anxiety Scale (FLCAS)

Statements 1-33 refer to how you feel about learning Arabic. For each statement, please indicate whether you (SA): Strongly Agree; (A): Agree; (N): Neither Agree nor Disagree; (D): Disagree; (SD): Strongly Disagree. Please give your first reaction to each statement and mark an answer for every statement.

1. I never feel quite sure of myself when I am speaking in my Arabic class.

SA

A

N

D

SD

2. I don’t worry about making mistakes in language class.

SA

A

N

D

SD

3. I tremble when I know that I’m going to be called on in Arabic class.

SA

A

N

D

SD

4. It frightens me when I don’t understand what the teacher is saying in Arabic class.

SD

SA

A

N

D

5. It wouldn’t bother me at all to take more Arabic classes.

SA

A

N

D

SD

6. During Arabic class, I find myself thinking about things that have nothing to do with the course.

SA

A

N

D

SD

7. I keep thinking that the other students are better at Arabic than I am.

SA

A

N

D

SD

8. I am usually at ease during tests in my Arabic class.

SA

A

N

D

SD

9. I start to panic when I have to speak without preparation in Arabic class.

SA

A

N

D

SD

10. I worry about the consequences of failing my Arabic class.

SA

A

N

D

SD

11. I don’t understand why some people get so upset over Arabic classes.

SA

A

N

D

SD

12. In Arabic class, I can get so nervous that I forget things I know.

SA

A

N

D

SD

13. It embarrasses me to volunteer answers in my Arabic class.

SA

A

N

D

SD

14. I would not be nervous speaking Arabic with native speakers.

SA

A

N

D

SD

15. I get upset when I don’t understand what the teacher is correcting.

SA

A

N

D

SD

16. Even if I am well prepared for Arabic class, I feel anxious about it.

SA

A

N

D

SD

17. I often feel like not going to my Arabic class.

SA

A

N

D

SD

18. I feel confident when I speak in Arabic class.

SA

A

N

D

SD

19. I am afraid that my Arabic teacher is ready to correct every mistake I make.

SA

A

N

D

SD

20. I can feel my heart pounding when I’m going to be called on in Arabic class.

SA

A

N

D

SD

21. The more I study for an Arabic test, the more confused I get.

SA

A

N

D

SD

22. I don’t feel pressure to prepare very well for Arabic class.

SA

A

N

D

SD

23. I always feel that the other students speak Arabic better than I do.

D

SA

A

N

SD

24. I feel very self-conscious about speaking Arabic in front of other students.

SA

A

N

D

SD

25. Arabic class moves so quickly I worry about getting behind.

SA

A

N

D

SD

26. I feel more tense and nervous in my Arabic class than in my other classes.

SA

A

N

D

SD

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27. I get nervous and confused when I am speaking in my Arabic class.

SA

A

N

D

SD

28. When I’m on my way to Arabic class, I feel very sure and relaxed.

SA

A

N

D

SD

29. I get nervous when I don’t understand every word the Arabic teacher says.

SA

A

N

D

SD

30. I feel overwhelmed by the number of rules you have to learn to speak Arabic.

SA

A

N

D

SD

31. I am afraid that the other students will laugh at me when I speak Arabic.

SA

A

N

D

SD

32. I would probably feel comfortable around native speakers of Arabic.

SA

A

N

D

SD

33. I get nervous when the Arabic teacher asks questions which I haven’t prepared in advance.

SA

A

N

D

SD

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