An investigation into students attitudes towards learning French language in Gaborone secondary schools
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This study was an endeavour to investigate attitudes of students towards learning French in Gaborone secondary schools. To achieve the objectives of the study, questionnaire was used to gather data. The participants were 114 female and male students studying French in both government and private schools. The results showed that the students in Gaborone secondary schools have positive attitudes towards learning French. In addition, the study revealed that the attitudes were affected by gender and future career choice. There was no significant relationship between attitudes and neither type of school nor year of study. It is recommended that the teachers expose students to French television channels and radio stations as well as allowing fun and interaction during lessons.