The Correlation Between Student’s Self-Esteem and English Speaking Ability of Tenth Grade in SMAN 3 Bulukumba

Husnatul Mardia(1), Nur Aeni(2*), Ryan Rayhana Sofyan(3),

(1) Universitas Negeri Makassar
(2) Universitas Negeri Makassar
(3) Universitas Negeri Makassar
(*) Corresponding Author



Abstract


This research was aimed to know the correlation between student’s self-esteem and English speaking ability of tenth grade in SMAN 3 Bulukumba. This research applies a quantitative method with a pre-experimental research design, where the sample was class 25 students in grade tenth and used simple random sampling. The instrument used questionnaire for the student’s self-esteem and the English speaking ability test. The result of data analysis showed that there are correlation between student’s self-esteem and English speaking ability of tenth grade in SMAN 3 Bulukumba. It can be proven by the result of Pearson Correlation Method that have a significance value (sig) 0.040 < α (0.05). This indicates a rejection of the null hypothesis (H0) and acceptance of the alternative hypothesis (H1). It can be concluded that there are correlations between student’s self-esteem and English speaking ability of tenth grade in SMAN 3 Bulukumba.

Key words-- Correlation, Student’s Self-esteem, English Speaking Ability


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