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Correlation among students learning styles, learning motivation and the eleventh grade students’ speaking ability Sunaidah Sunaidah; Baginda Simaibang; Mulyadi Mulyadi
JPGI (Jurnal Penelitian Guru Indonesia) Vol 6, No 2 (2021): JPGI
Publisher : Indonesian Institute for Counseling, Education and Therapy (IICET)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29210/021095jpgi0005

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This study aims to determine the correlation among  students’ learning styles, learning motivation, and the eleventh grade students’ speaking ability at MAN 1 Musi Banyuasin Sekayu. The research was conducted correlation research design. This study’s population comprised eleventh grade students of MAN 1 Musi Banyusin Sekayu, sampling through a purposive sampling of 30 students. Data collection techniques used include questionnaire and test. Based on the study results the data showed that (1) there is not any significant correlation between learning styles and speaking ability with a correlation value of 0,590; (2) there is not any significant correlation between learning motivation and speaking ability with a  correlation value of 0.706; (3) there is not any significant  correlation between learning styles and learning motivation with a correlation value of 0,233; (4) there is not any significant correlation among learning styles, learning motivation and speaking ability with correlation value 0,838.
Correlations among learning strategy, learning motivation, and speaking ability of students in junior high school Lismiyati Lismiyati; Baginda Simaibang; Mulyadi Mulyadi
JPGI (Jurnal Penelitian Guru Indonesia) Vol 1, No 2 (2016): JPGI
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This thesis is concerned with the inquiry on the correlations among learning strategy, learning motivation and the seventh grade students’ speaking ability of SMP Negeri 03 Muaradua OKUS. The problem of this study is to investigate the correlations among learning strategy, learning motivation and speaking ability. The total number of the population was 76 students. The sample for this study was 52 students taken through cluster random sampling technique. Data were collected by adopting questionnaire for learning strategy and learning motivation, and a test for speaking ability. Data were analyzed by using r-product moment and multiple regression.  Findings show that there are significant correlations among learning strategy, learning motivation, and speaking ability. Conclusions suggest that learning strategy and learning motivation have significant correlations with speaking ability.
The correlations among learning motivation, self-confidence, and writing ability of students descriptive text Dean May Julian; Baginda Simaibang; Mulyadi Mulyadi
JPGI (Jurnal Penelitian Guru Indonesia) Vol 6, No 1 (2021): JPGI
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This thesis was concerned with the inquiry on the correlations among learning motivation, self-confidence, and writing ability of the seventh grade students at State Junior High School of Lubai Ulu Sub-District of Muaraenim Regency. The problem of the study was to investigate the correlation among students’ learning motivation, self-confidence, and writing ability. The total number of the population were 474 students. The sample for this study was 83 students taken through a simple random sampling technique. Data were collected by adopting a questionnaire for learning motivation, self-confidence, and test for writing ability. Data were analyzed by using r-Product Moment and Multiple Regression. Finding showed that: (1) there was significant correlation between learning motivation and writing ability; (2) there was not any significant correlation between self-confidence and writing ability; (3) there was not any significant correlation between learning motivation and self-confidence; (4) there were significant correlations among learning motivation, self-confidence, and writing ability of seventh grade-students at state Junior High School of Lubai Ulu Muaraenim.
Correlations between learning strategy and the ninth grade students’ reading comprehension in junior high school Marini Candrawati; Baginda Simaibang; Mulyadi Mulyadi
JPGI (Jurnal Penelitian Guru Indonesia) Vol 6, No 2 (2021): JPGI
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This study is limited to the investigation of the correlation between students’ learning strategy, and reading comprehensionof the ninth grade students at State Junior High School 01 Buay Rawan, OKU Selatan. There were 85 students who has been selected as the sample of the research. The writer used correlational study and formula to see the correlation between two variable stated. Correlation about Students’ Learning Strategies (X2) and Reading Comprehension (Y) for 0.028. Sig. Value 0.797 was higher than Alpha value 0.05 (0.797 >0,2146), Ho was accepted and Ha was rejected. In other words, there was no a positive correlation between Students’ Learning Strategies (X2) and Reading Comprehension(Y). It can be stated that Students Learning Strategies (X) simultaneously have no significant correlated the reading comprehension(Y).
The correlations among self-confidence, learning motivation, and speaking ability of the eleventh grade students of state vocational high school Mayangsari Mayangsari; Baginda Simaibang; Mulyadi Mulyadi
JPGI (Jurnal Penelitian Guru Indonesia) Vol 6, No 2 (2021): JPGI
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This thesis is concerned with the inquiry on the correlations among self-confidence, learning motivation, and speaking ability of the eleventh grade students of State Vocational High School 1 of Talang Ubi PALI. The problem of this study is to investigate the correlations among self-confidence, learning motivation, and speaking ability. The total number of the population was 226 students. The sample for this study was 34 students taken through purposive sampling technique. Data were collected by adopting questionnaire for self-confidence and learning motivation, and a test for speaking ability. Data were analyzed by using r-Product Moment and Multiple Regression. The data analysis shows that r_yx1x2 = 0.516 with r^2= 0,267 and p-value is 0.008. This value is lower than  0.05. This is significant. So, Ha was accepted while Ho was rejected. Conclusions suggest that there are significant correlations among self-confidence, learning motivation, and speaking ability of the eleventh grade students of State Vocational High School 1 of Talang Ubi PALI.
Who are your Students in Writing? Rika Damayanti; Mulyadi Mulyadi; Baginda Simaibang
JPGI (Jurnal Penelitian Guru Indonesia) Vol 6, No 2 (2021): JPGI
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This study investigated the correlation among personality types, learning styles and writing ability to  the eleventh grade students at Senior High School Number 1 Sekayu. The aims of this study were to measure the correlation between personality types and writing ability, the correlation between learning styles and writing ability, the correlation between personality types and learning styles, and the correlation among personality types, learning styles, and writing ability. In this study, the writer used purposive technique sampling. The data were collected by using questionnaire and test. The data were analyzed by using r-product moment and multiple regressions. The findings of this study are: 1. There was not any significant correlation between personality types and writing ability of the eleventh grade students at Senior High at Senior High School 1 Sekayu. 2. There was not any significant correlation between learning styles and writing ability of the eleventh grade students at Senior High School 1 Sekayu. 3. There was significant correlation between learning styles and writing ability of the eleventh grade students at at Senior High School 1 Sekayu. 4. There were not any significant correlations among personality types, learning styles, and writing ability of the eleventh grade students at Senior High School Number 1 Sekayu. It could be concluded that personality types and learning styles were not correlated significantly with students’ writing ability.
MORAL VALUES AND INTRINSIC ELEMENTS DEPICTED IN NOVEL ENTITLED THE LAND OF FIVE TOWERS BY AHMAD FUADI Nur'asiyah Nur'asiyah; Rusman Roni; Baginda Simaibang
ELTE Journal (English Languange Teaching and Education) Vol 8, No 2 (2020): ELTE Journal September Edition
Publisher : Universitas PGRI Palembang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31851/elte.v8i2.5346

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This study is entitled “Moral Values and Intrinsic Elements Depicted in Novel Entitled The Land of Five Towers By Ahmad Fuadi”.Data were collected by using the novel. Data were analyzed by detailing intrinsic elements, moral values, and the theoretical implications for English Language Teaching. The findings of this research explained some interesting things about this novel. First, it was about how Alif’s life at present, his life in Bukittinggi and Pondok Madani (PM) boarding school, Alif met with his friends at PM, and they were together to make their dreams come true. This information made this novel more interesting. Second, there were four moral values found in this novel, 1) responsibility, 2) sincerity, 3) patience, and 4) yearning. Third, this novel could be used as a tool for teachers to teach about dreams, motivations and inspirations, success tips, self-preservation in High Schools. The conclusion sug
IMPROVING THE SECOND SEMESTER STUDENTS’ READING ABILITY THROUGH THE APPLICATION OF THINK PAIR SHARE TECHNIQUE AT POLITEKNIK SEKAYU: A CLASSROOM ACTION RESEARCH Mesi Arti; Baginda Simaibang; Magdad Hatim
ELTE Journal (English Languange Teaching and Education) Vol 8, No 2 (2020): ELTE Journal September Edition
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31851/elte.v8i2.5341

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This research was aimed at finding whether the use of Think Pair Share improved the second-semester students’ reading ability at Politeknik Sekayu.Related to the purposes of the study, the research design used in this study was classroom action research. The subject of the study was the students of accounting class 2A of Politeknik Sekayu in the academic year of 2019/2020. Data collection included the application of the Think pair Share technique in three cycles. Data were analyzed using quantitatively and qualitatively. The research findings showed that the Think pair Share technique improved students’ reading comprehension. The technique enabled students to practice some reading strategies in the form of individual, pair, and team. The improvement of students’ reading ability can be seen from the result of the reading test which has the percentage score test 1 is 45%, test 2 is 64% and test 3 is 86%. This research also showed that the activities in the Think Pair Share technique enhanced students’ ability in comprehending reading. The conclusion suggested that the application of the Think Pair share technique effectively improved the second-semester students’ reading ability of Politeknik Sekayu.
IMPROVING THE STUDENTS’ READING COMPREHENSION ON DESCRIPTIVE TEXT THROUGH JIGSAW TEACHING STRATEGY Ratmini Ratmini; Indawan Syahri; Baginda Simaibang
ELTE Journal (English Languange Teaching and Education) Vol 8, No 2 (2020): ELTE Journal September Edition
Publisher : Universitas PGRI Palembang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31851/elte.v8i2.5347

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The research was based on a preliminary study on the problems related to student reading comprehension. The problems of the study were (1) students have little understanding to convey the meaning of words in the descriptive text, (2) long sentences in the descriptive text make students confused in understanding the meaning of the text, (3) students have a little interest in learning and understanding the meaning of the text, (4) teachers have difficulties to find the suitable method to stimulate students in learning reading text. This study was a classroom action research for the seventh-grade students of SMP Negeri 2 TelukGelam of OKI and its inquiry to improve student's reading comprehension on the descriptive text through jigsaw teaching strategy. This research was conducted in two cycles, each cycle has four steps these are (1) plan, (2) action, (3) observation, and (4) reflection. To collect the data, the researcher used the instrument of observations and tests. The data obtained were presented in two ways, qualitatively and quantitatively. The findings showed that there was an increasing average score from cycle 1 (61.60) to cycle 2 (83.75). It means that was 22.15% of students improving their reading ability to cycle 2. Based on the result, it is concluded that the jigsaw teaching strategy can improve students’ reading comprehension of the descriptive text in cycle 1 to cycle 2.
THE INFLUENCE OF STORYTELLING STRATEGY AND LEARNING MOTIVATION TOWARDS THE ELEVENTH GRADE STUDENTS’ LISTENING ABILITY Barbara Barbara; Baginda Simaibang; Artanti Puspita Sari
Esteem: Journal of English Study Programme Vol. 5 No. 1 (2022): Esteem: Journal of English Study Programme
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31851/esteem.v5i2.7459

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The purpose of this study was to find out whether there is an influence of storytelling that can increase student learning motivation toward Eleventh Grade Students’ Listening Ability of MAN 1 Musi Banyuasin. This study was conducted using experimental research with a factorial design. The location of the research was MAN 1 Musi Banyuasin. To get the sample of research, the researcher took one class; it was class XI MIA 4. The total was 34 students. The quantitative data used in this study was taken from the students' listening ability test. The researcher used pre-test and post-test as a method to obtain relevant data. The data was analyzed by SPSS with six steps; descriptive statistics, normality test, homogeneity test, independent sample t-test, paired sample t-test, two-way analysis of variance.