the challanges that Saudi females students face in developing their speaking skills while studying abroad (in Ireland)

the study aims to explore the challenges that female Saudi students in Ireland face when developing their English speaking skills. The research is guided by two sub-

questions in the process of the investigation. This includes:
1- What challenges do female Saudi students perceive they face in developing the speaking skill?
2- What strategies do they suggest to overcome the identified barriers?
My order is to analyse the given data by using the thematic analysis, and to write the result and the discussion chapters, I want the result chapter to be around 2500

words, the discussion chapter can be around 3500 words.
I translated and transcribed the interviews and I did the analysis as following( the following was copied from the data analysis in the methodology chapter)
Since the focus in this research is in the context of exploring the challenges participants encounter in their attempt to improve their speaking skills, the thematic

analysis method was used to analyze the data obtained in the course of the study. As suggested by Braun and Clarke (2006), there are practical phases followed in

applying thematic analysis. This includes:
• Familiarisation with the collected data.
• Generating the initial codes.
• Uniting codes into themes (to search for themes).
• Reviewing the themes.
• Defining and naming the themes.
• Producing the report.
Following the process of thematic analysis, once the data was collected, I read the transcripts several times for purposes of familiarisation. Concentrating on the

data allows the researcher to notice and identify patterns that stand out within it. This process is called coding and serves in identifying notable patterns for

further investigation. While reading the data over and over again, it was analyzed manually and inductively by using a highlighter pen, writing notes, memos, and

analytical comments on the margins of the pages. For efficient analysis, the researcher started to answer the research question by reducing the data by dividing it

into categories. In other words, initial codes were identified as the data were hand-coded and labelled into categories: participants’ speaking skill difficulties in a

??study abroad’ context, the strategies they recommend and use to overcome those difficulties, their thoughts and experiences about studying in Ireland and their

experiences in communicating with people in the hosting community. Though there are several computer programs for analysing qualitative data, the decision was made to

use code-based manual analysis using Microsoft Word in order to work on the data extensively which would build an intuitive sense to its patterns and features. In

addition, such programs require the capability and the knowledge to use and run of which cannot be achieved by the researcher within the limited frame time of the

study.
The code, in this context, implies a system of symbols such as letters and or short words used to represent and label a theme (Savin-Baden & Major, 2014, p.422). As

stated, the purpose of coding is to search for themes in the data. Thus, while generating the initial codes within the data, several themes are noticed. Themes are the

uniting or unifying ideas within the data which can be considered as the fundamental phase in the process of the data analysis (Savin-Baden & Major, 2014). Meanwhile,

several candidate themes and sub-themes appeared with which each is a combination of several codes, were defined and listed in different paper sheets for further

interpretation. There were few codes that were not fit under any theme; hence they were grouped together under a theme named miscellaneous (Braun & Clarke, 2006).

Then, the researcher reviewed the themes several times in order to investigate them and to find if the themes fit well with the codes and whether the themes represent

the data accurately. I needed to reorganize the themes with the given codes and go back to the data to check once again if they can be contributed to the data. I kept

a list of the codes and the analytical comments so that I can keep track of them and their meanings. The solidified themes which can be contributed to the data and the

research question were carefully reorganized, explained and named with concise and clear names that convey the meaning and the story of the themes. The final step was

to compile the entire report supported by well-chosen extracts from the collected data.
I found that many themes can be noticed in the data, such as the cultural identity and the social networks and engagement(Saudi opposite gender and other opposite

gender),considering the fact that in Saudi Arabia the gender segregation is the social norm of life that can be seen everywhere, in schools, hospitals and

universities..ect.
you may found another themes but in general I was not happy with my analysis and I don’t even know how to present it , and in which form it should be presented since

this is my first time of doing a research, so I would like to ask you to analyse the 6 interviews and to write the result and the discussion chapters, and to include

your process of analysing it in appendix or something for me to go back to it later.
Since I did the translation, you may found some grammatical errors in the interview, I am not asking you to correct them but when you extract from the interviews to

support the data in the discussion, I hope from you to correct the extracted quotes.
I did the literature review with you previously and I will upload it along with the interviews and the methodology chapter for you. Finally, I would like to keep in

contact with the writer, to see the results before going to the discussion chapter to provide you with my feedbacks. and about the references, I only choose 30 because

I have to choose a certain numbers, but you may take the numbers that it takes for theses tow chapters to be done.

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