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THE EFFECTS OF STUDENT’S PERCEPTION ON LEARNING TECHNIQUE AND LEARNING MOTIVATION TOWARDS STUDENT’S SPEAKING SKILL

By Okke Tri Wahyuni

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Abstract: This research is aimed at knowing the effect of student’s perception on learning technique and learning motivation towards student’s speaking skill. The research methodology is a descriptive survey and using  questionnaire as data collection. The number of the samples is three classes from two state vocational high schools. The result of the research shows that; 1). There is a significant effect of student’s perception on learning technique and learning motivation jointly toward student’s speaking skill at. It is proved by the score of Sig. = 0,000 < 0,05 and F0 = 47.152. Both variable, student’s perception on learning technique and learning motivation had given a contribution of 62.3 % to the student’s speaking skill. 2). There is significant effect of  student’s perception on learning technique toward the student’s speaking skill. It is proved by the score of Sig. = 0,000 < 0,05 and t0 = 4.555. 3). There is a significant effect of the learning motivation towards the student’s speaking skill. It is proved by Sig. = 0,000 < 0,05 and t0 = 4,528. Having a good perception on learning technique and high learning motivation will improve student’s speaking skill better. Key words: student’s perception on learning technique;  learning motivation; student’s speaking skill

Publisher: INFERENCE: Journal of English Language Teaching
Year: 2020
OAI identifier: oai:ojs.localhost:article/6096
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