The Effect of Academic Self-Concept on Students’ English Achievement

  • Ahmad Nadhif IAIN Ponorogo
  • Ulfi Fitrianingsih
  • Aries Fitriani IAIN Ponorogo

Abstract

This study aims at investigating whether there is a substantial effect of academic self-concept on students’ English accomplishment at the eleventh-grade students at MA Ma’arif Klego in academic year 2019/2020. This research was conducted in an ex-post facto design involving thirty eight students using questionnaire and documentation as the technique of the data collection. The data was then analyzed by applying the simple linear regression formula by SPSS 23.00 for windows. The result shows that there is significant effect of academic self-concept on students’ English achievement. It is proven by the value of F-test: 28.618 > F-table 4.10 and the significance value: 0.000 lower than 0.05. The equational regression model is Y=63.677 + 0.3X.

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Published
2023-12-13
How to Cite
NADHIF, Ahmad; FITRIANINGSIH, Ulfi; FITRIANI, Aries. The Effect of Academic Self-Concept on Students’ English Achievement. PISCES : Proceeding of Integrative Science Education Seminar, [S.l.], v. 3, n. 1, p. 72-79, dec. 2023. Available at: <https://prosiding.iainponorogo.ac.id/index.php/pisces/article/view/1057>. Date accessed: 27 may 2024.
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