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Title: The Correlation Between Students’ Motivation In Learning Speaking And Their Speaking Ability (A Correlational Study In The Second Grade Of Sma Darussalam Ciputat)
Authors: Nervi Istianti
Advisors: M. Farkhan
Keywords: Motivation, Speaking Ability
Issue Date: 18-Dec-2013
Publisher: Jakarta: FITK UIN Jakarta
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to know whether there is any correlation between students’ motivation in learning speaking and students’ speaking ability at second grade of SMA Darussalam Ciputat. The sample of this study is 30 students taken from second grade of SMA Darussalam Ciputat. The method used in this study was a quantitative method and the technique used in this study was a correlational technique. In collecting the data, this study was distributing questionnaires to the respondents and conducting classroom observation to assess students’ motivation. The questionnaires based on the indicators of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation which adopted from The Attitude/Motivation Test Batery (AMTB) by Gardner and translated into Indonesian language. Besides, in assessing students’ speaking ability, this study conducted oral test to the students. In analyzing the data, the questionnaires were assessed by Likert’s scale rating, classroom observation was assessed based on the classroom observation rubric, and oral test was measured by David’s scale rating. The result of this study shows that there is a positive correlation between students’ motivation in learning speaking and their speaking ability. It is proved by the rxy (0.555) is bigger than r table in the degree significance 5% (0.349) and 1% (0.449). It is considered that the null hypothesis (Ho) in this study is rejected and the alternative hypothesis (Ha) which is states that there is correlation between students’ motivation in learning speaking and their speaking ability is accepted. In conclusion, there is a positive correlation between students’ motivation in learning speaking and their speaking ability. It means that students with higher motivation will get better speaking ability than the lower one. In other words, the higher motivated students, the better speaking ability can be achieved.
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