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Title: The Relationship Between Students' Reading Habit and Their Reading Comprehension (A Correlational Study at Second Grade Students of SMA Dua Mei Ciputat
Authors: Muawanah, Samrotul
Advisors: Alek
Keywords: Reading Habit;Reading Comprehension
Issue Date: 27-Aug-2014
Abstract: The objective of this study is to know the relationship between students’ reading habit and their reading comprehension at the second grade students of SMA Dua Mei Ciputat in academic year 2012/2013. The method used in this research is a quantitative research and it designed in a correlational study. The population of this study was fourteen students of the second grade science and social students of SMA Dua Mei Ciputat in academic year 2013/2014. The data of students are collected through simple random sampling technique. Questionnaires and test are used as the instruments of this research. First of all, reading habit questionnaires are given to the students in the form of closed questionnaire. The aim of this test is to know the students’ reading habit score. Second, reading comprehension tests is conducted to measure students’ reading comprehension. Then, the writer analyze the relationship use Pearson’s Product Moment Formula to correlate both reading habit (variable X) and reading comprehension (Variable Y). The result shows that the t-observed is 0.779 and t-table is 0.320. It means that t-value is higher than t-table and Ha is accepted and Ho is rejected. The result can be concluded that there is a strong relationship between students’ reading habit and their reading comprehension at the second grade of SMA Dua Mei Ciputat in academic year 2013/2014.
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