speaking achievement than those with low motivation in learning English. It means that motivation in learning English affects students’ speaking achievement.
Besides on Desi’s research, there is no significant correlation between students’ motivation and their achievement in learning English at MTs Negeri Parung. It was
approved by the data which showed the r
is smaller than t
is 0.128 and t
from the df 34 on the degree of significant 5 is 0.349. It means that the null hypothesis Ho is accepted and the alternative hypothesis Ha is rejected. This
research was used quantitative research trough survey method. The population of this research was students at eight grade of MTs Negeri Parung. However, the researcher
only took 36 students as her samples. The data collected by distributing questionnaires to the students at the school and taking students’ speaking score from the English
teacher. Then, both of the data were analyzed by the formula of correlational product moment.
E. Conceptual Framework
Speaking is a process to get meaning by sending and receiving information between two people or more. It is one of skill used by everyone to communicate in daily
life whether at school or outside school. One of characteristics of good speaking activity is high motivation to speak.
Students are eager to speak because they are interested to the topic and enjoy the teaching and learning process. Therefore, it is assumed motivation having correlation
with speaking ability. Motivation is a power which comes from inside or outside of students and pushes themselves to do something.
Students who have motivation will make an effort to follow the learning process intensively and they will learn the lesson which supports speaking ability as well as
possible not only in school but also out of school. Besides, students with high motivation in learning usually feel enjoyable in learning. It makes them easier to speak
up and may practice easy or complex sentences to their friends accurately and fluently. It is assumed that motivation affects students’ speaking ability.
Desi Rahmayanti, The Correlation Between Students’ Motivation and Their Achievement in Learning English at Eight Grade of MTs Negeri PArung Bogor, Unpublished thesis, UIN Syarif
F. Hypothesis of Study
It is assumed that there is a correlation between students’ motivation in learning speaking and their speaking ability at the second grade of SMA Darussalam Ciputat.
The hypothesis which is formulated in this study as follow: 1. Null Hypothesis H
There is no correlation between students’ motivation in learning speaking and their speaking ability.
2. Alternative Hypothesis H
There is a correlation between students’ motivation in learning speaking and their speaking ability.
CHAPTER III RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
A. Place and Time
1. Place The research was conducted at the second grade of SMA Darussalam
Ciputat. 2. Time
The research started from July to November 2013. It was done to know the students’ motivation in learning speaking and their speaking ability and to
know whether there is any correlation between them.
B. Research Method and Design
The method used in this study was a correlational method in a quantitative design. In correlational method, the researcher uses the correlation statistical test to
describe and measure between two or more variables.
In other words, it is used to analyze whether there is any correlation between two or more variables. This study is
conducted to know the correlation between two variables. They are students’ motivation in learning speaking as the independent variable and students’ speaking ability as the
dependent variable. In the process of writing, the writer did field research. To get data of students’
motivation, she distributed questionnaires and conducted oral test to the students as the sample and also observed students’ classroom to confirm students’ motivation in
learning speaking. Then, after data completed, the data will be analyzed by the formula of correlation product moment.
C. Population and Sample
The population of this research is all of students at the second grade of SMA Darussalam Ciputat. There are four classes in the second grade. However, there are 30
students as sample taken by using purposive sampling techniques. This technique was
John W. Creswell, Educational Research Planning, Conducting, and Evaluating Quantitative and Qualitative Research, New Jersey: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2008, Third Edition, p. 356.