STRATEGI BELAJAR BAHASA INGGRIS SEBAGAI BAHASA ASING KAITANNYA DENGAN FAKTOR-FAKTOR DEMOGRAFIK PADA PEMBELAJAR DEWASA

Bambang , Sugeng STRATEGI BELAJAR BAHASA INGGRIS SEBAGAI BAHASA ASING KAITANNYA DENGAN FAKTOR-FAKTOR DEMOGRAFIK PADA PEMBELAJAR DEWASA. DIKSI, 11.

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Abstract

This article deals with a study on a learning strategy profile for adult learners when they learn English as a foreign anguage. It attempts to explore (1) what the general learning trategy profile is in terms of six strategy categories, namely, the memory, cognitive, compensation, metacognitive, affective, and ocial strategies; (2) how gender, age, educational background and rea of knowledge influence use of learning strategies; and (3) whether there are any interactions among those learner factors in use flearning strategies. A total of 154 respondents who were course akers at P3B UNY were invited to complete a set of questionnaires bout use of learning strategies. To analyze the obtained data, escriptive statistics were administered to describe the general earning strategy profile; univariate statistical analyses were mployed to showthe influence ofthe individual factorson strategy se, and multivariate analyses were also applied to examine the nteractions among the learner factors. Based on the analyses, some indings were obtained as follows. First, in general, respondents eported use of the six strategy categories above themean line of the nstrument scale.Quantitatively, themetacognitive strategywas the most frequently used strategy (Mean = 3,4430), followed onsecutively by the affective strategy (Mean = 3,3026), the ompensation strategy (Mean = 3,3019), the memory strategy Mean = 3,0426), the cognitive strategy (Mean = 2,9859), and the ocial strategy (Mean = 2,8571). Second, no significant differences were found in strategy use among respondents across the four actors. Third, five interactions were found among the factors: (1) espondentswith S-2 educational background reportedhigher use of he compensation strategy than other respondents; (2) female

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Perpustakaan
Divisions: Perpustakaan
Depositing User: Journal Perpustakaan UNY
Date Deposited: 03 Sep 2012 15:44
Last Modified: 03 Sep 2012 15:44
URI: http://eprints.uny.ac.id/id/eprint/4810

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