LOOKING AT THE LINK OF THE STUDENTS’ HABIT OF ASKING AND LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT ON ISLAMIC EDUCATION SUBJECT IN SMPN 4 PALU

  • Suarni, Abdul Gafur Marzuki IAIN PALU
Keywords: Habit of Asking; Learning Achievement; Correlation Study

Abstract

The habit of asking on the subject of Islamic education subject is one important part of the success of the learning process. This research is descriptive correlational research. The instruments of data collection used were questionnaires, interview, and documentation. The results of descriptive research indicate that the average value of students’ habit of asking was a high category. Then, based on statistical analysis for simple correlation obtained r-value was in the range 0,40-0,559 where the correlation level is strong enough to contribute to the habit of asking and the students’ learning achievement and many other contributions are not taken into account in this research. While Z-count obtained for t-count > t-table. This shows that there is a significant correlation of students’ habit of asking and students’ learning achievement in class VIII of SMPN Palu. The conclusion presented that description of the habit of asking students class VIII of SMPN 4 Palu is seen from the descriptive analysis is in the high category, overview of students’ learning achievement is in the high category, and there is a significant relationship with a fairly strong interpretation of the habit of asking with the students’ learning achievement.

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Published
2020-12-06
How to Cite
Abdul Gafur Marzuki, S. (2020) “LOOKING AT THE LINK OF THE STUDENTS’ HABIT OF ASKING AND LEARNING ACHIEVEMENT ON ISLAMIC EDUCATION SUBJECT IN SMPN 4 PALU”, Sarwah: Journal of Islamic Civilization and Thought, 18(02), pp. 1-17. Available at: https://ejurnal.iainlhokseumawe.ac.id/index.php/sarwah/article/view/919 (Accessed: 1December2021).
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