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PENGARUH STRATEGI PEMBELAJARAN DAN EFIKASI DIRI TERHADAP KEMAMPUAN MEMBACA SISWA KELAS V SDN SERDANG 07 JAKARTA Kustoko, Kusriani; Japar, Muhammad; Juhana, Juhana
EduHumaniora | Jurnal Pendidikan Dasar Kampus Cibiru Vol 13, No 2: Juli 2021
Publisher : Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.17509/eh.v13i2.35920

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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui 1) pengaruh strategi pembelajaran terhadap kemampuan membaca pemahaman, 2) pengaruh efikasi diri terhadap kemampuan membaca pemahaman, 3) interaksi strategi pembelajaran dan efikasi diri terhadap kemampuan membaca pemahaman. Penelitian ini dilakukan pada siswa kelas V SDN Serdang 07 dengan populasi 112 siswa. Sampel yang digunakan sebanyak 56 siswa. Variabel independen pada penelitian ini adalah strategi pembelajaran yang terdiri dari data dan mind mapping dan efikasi diri, sedangkan variabel dependen adalah kemampuan membaca pemahaman. Pengukuran variabel dilakukan menggunakan tes dan kuesioner. Analisis data dilakukan dengan menggunakan teknik analisis deskriptif normalitas, homogenitas dan anava dua jalur. Untuk analisis deskriptif menggunakan excel for windows. Berdasarkan hasil penelitian dapat disimpulkan bahwa: 1) Kemampuan membaca pemahaman dipengaruhi oleh strategi pembelajaran. 2) Efikasi diri tidak mempengaruhi kemampuan membaca pemahaman siswa. 3) Tidak ada interaksi antara strategi pembelajaran dan efikasi diri.
The Influence of Parents’ Educational Background and Giving Motivation to the Second Years Students’ English Achievement at Junior High School 1 Sungai Aur Dafrizal, Dafrizal; Roza, Wellya; Juhana, Juhana
Budapest International Research and Critics Institute (BIRCI-Journal): Humanities and Social Sciences Vol 5, No 1 (2022): Budapest International Research and Critics Institute February
Publisher : Budapest International Research and Critics University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.33258/birci.v5i1.3580

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This study aims to determine whether there is a positive and significant relationship between: 1) Parents' educational background on students' learning achievement in English, 2) Giving motivation to students' learning achievement in English, 3) Parents' educational background, giving Motivation towards student achievement in English. This case study research was conducted at Junior High School 1 Sungai Aur. The total population is all students of class VIII Junior High school 1 Sungai Aur as many as 204 people, the number of samples is 32 people. To find out whether there is a positive and significant relationship with the educational background of parents, presenting learning motivation with student achievement is used product-moment correlation analysis technique. From the results of the normality test, it is known that the data variables in the educational background of parents are normally distributed. To test the second hypothesis used product-moment correlation analysis. And to test the third hypothesis used multiple regression analysis techniques. The results showed that: 1) There was a positive and significant relationship between parents' educational background and student achievement.” The results of the correlation coefficient (rx1y) show that rcount is greater than rtable (0.396 > 0.349), 2) There is no positive and significant relationship between learning motivation and student achievement. The results of the correlation coefficient (rx1y) show that rcount is smaller than rtable (0.157 < 0.349), so there is no significant relationship, 3) There is no positive and significant relationship between parents' educational background, presenting learning motivation together with achievement student learning in English. The results based on the test obtained the F value of 3.771 and the significance of Fcount of 0.035. When compared with the Ftable value of 3.33, the Fcount > Ftable (3,771 > 3.33) and the significance value of Fcount less than 0.05 (0.035 < 0.05).