ANGLO-SAXON
Vol 7, No 2 (2016): ANGLO-SAXON JOURNAL

Relationship between Students’ Metacognitive Strategy and Self-Efficacy in Speaking


Adam, Adam



Article Info

Publish Date
20 Dec 2016

Abstract

The main purpose of this research is to investigate the relationship between students’ metacognitive strategy and their self-efficicacy in speaking skills. Besides, this study also investigates the overall level of students’ use of metacognitive strategy and the level of their self-efficacy in speaking skills. The sample of this research was the eighth grade students of SMP 26 Batam  in the academic year 2016/2017. The data were collected using questionnaires and were calculated using a Likert Scale. There were three findings of this research. First, The overall level of students’ metacognitive strategy in speaking skills was 3.3. Second, the overall level of students’ self-efficacy in speaking skills was 3.27. Third, there was a positive correlation between students’ metacognitive strategy and their self-efficicacy in speaking skills which was indicated by the correlation coefficient of 0.54. There is a significant correlation between students’ metacognitive strategy and their self-efficacy in speaking skills as indicated by the correlation coeficient of 0.54. There is a positive direction of the correlation as indicated by the correlation coeficient above zero and near to 1. The students’ overall metacognitive strategy use in speaking skills is a medium level as indicated by the mean score of 3.3 The students’ overall self-efficacy in their speaking skills is  a medium level as indicated by the mean score of 3.27. Keywords : metacognitive, self-efficacy, speaking skills


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