Ema Hajariswati, Putri (2010) A COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN MALE AND FEMALE STUDENTS’ SCORES ON LEARNING SPEAKING II SUBJECT AT ENGLISH DEPARTMENT of UNIVERSITY of MUHAMMADIYAH MALANG. Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.
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As social community, human needs to communicate with others. Speaking is one of the language skills that have important role in communication among human beings especially in verbal communication. Sex indicates different ways to speak clearly and different scores to achieve in learning process. Talking about sex and language, female can talk by using varieties of sentences and greater of words earlier than male, but there is another statement said that there are no differences between male and female in verbal measures among groups of preschoolers. Based on that fact, this research was conducted. The research was aimed to know if there are different scores between male and female students in learning speaking II subject at English Department of the university Muhammadiah of Malang in academic year 20082009. In this study, the writer used Quantitative research because it involved analysis of numerical data. The researcher used the students’ score to measure students’ achievement in learning speaking subject. The researcher chose proportional random sampling. In 20082009 academic year, English Department of the Muhammadiyah of Malang had 8 classes. The number of the population was 215 students. In this research, the sample was taken 37 % from the population it was about 80 students. In this study, the researcher got the data score from the lecturers who though Speaking II subject. Based on the result, the Mean score of male students were 78.5750 and the Mean score of female students were 78.0500. The different Mean between male and female were 0.52500. From the result of Ttest computation, the t computation was 0.327 and the t table was 2.02. The significance level 0.05 and degree of freedom (df) was 78. It can be seen that t computation between t table and t table (2.02 < 0.327 < 2.02). It means there is no significant difference between males and female in learning Speaking, because the Mean difference was only 0.52500. TTest result is “there are not significant difference scores between male and female students in learning Speaking II subject”.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Other)|
|Subjects:||L Education > L Education (General)|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Teacher Training and Education > Department of English|
|Depositing User:||Rayi Tegar Pamungkas|
|Date Deposited:||12 Apr 2012 04:09|
|Last Modified:||12 Apr 2012 04:09|
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