A Study on Classroom Anxiety among English Learners at Secondary School Level


  • Muhammad Bilal Ahmad BS English, Department of Humanities COMSAT University Islamabad – Vehari Campus.
  • Khadija Rafeeq MS (Scholar), Department of Education University of Sialkot, Sialkot.
  • Khuram Shahzad Lecturer, International Relations University of Sialkot, Sialkot.




Classroom anxiety, English learners, Secondary school level


A significant emphasis was focused on the classroom anxiety that English learners in the district of Vehari were feeling. The study's primary goal was to determine the level of classroom anxiety experienced by English learners while learning English at the secondary school level. The participants in this study were all secondary school students in the district of Vehari who were learning English. Participants in the study were recruited from secondary schools, which served as a sample ground for the research. The FLCAS questionnaire, which Horwitz and his colleagues designed, was chosen as the standard questionnaire for use in the study. The questionnaire indicated above has undergone extensive validation, and it has been widely utilized in the field of language learning research since its inception. The data were evaluated using the mean and standard deviation statistics, respectively. The researchers noticed that students grow nervous when they cannot comprehend every word that their language lecturers say. Furthermore, according to the findings, English learners did not appear to be content or at ease when in the company of native English speakers




How to Cite

Bilal Ahmad, M. ., Rafeeq, K., & Shahzad, K. (2022). A Study on Classroom Anxiety among English Learners at Secondary School Level. Negotiations, 2(1), 56–62. https://doi.org/10.54064/negotiations.v2i1.40