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IJSTR >> Volume 8 - Issue 10, October 2019 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Effect Mathematics Learning Achievement Motivation On Junior High School Students 1 Namlea

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AUTHOR(S)

M Yusran Zakaria, Wa Malmia, A Irmawati, Nur Fadhilah Amir, M Chairul Basrun Umanailo

 

KEYWORDS

Motivation, Achievement, Learning, Mathematics, Namlea

 

ABSTRACT

This research is "Ex Post Facto" research that is aimed at researching the events that have occurred. This study aims to determine the effect of motivation on mathematics achievement of high school students Negeri 1 Namlea. Subjects in this study were all students in grade students VII Junior High School 1 Namlea which amounts to 30. The data collection technique using data obtained with the student's motivation tools such as questionnaires and data sheets student achievement obtained in the form of sheet documentation tools. Quantitative data analysis is done by using a statistical test to calculate the data that is quantitative or that can be realized with the numbers obtained from the field. Data analysis in this research was conducted in three phases, namely stage description of the data, the test phase of requirements analysis and hypothesis testing phase. Based on data drawn motivation through the results of questionnaires entire class VII (seven) Junior High School 1 Namlea totaling 30 people, and is processed by using SPSS version 20, the highest score obtained the lowest scores of 92 and 75. The result shows the average (mean) of 849.0333, (median) of 85.0000, (mode) of 83.00 and a standard deviation of 4.31104. Normality test data from both variables were performed using the SPSS 20 on the analysis of Non-Parametric Test, One-Sample Kolmogorov Smirnov. The calculation is performed on all variables with the provisions considered normal if probalitasnya (significance) or P> 0.05. The research concludes that in general the level of motivation of students in seventh grade junior high school 1 Namlea categorized as high. The result showed that 25 students had a high level of motivation, and 5 students have a moderate level of motivation with value - average 84.03. The results showed that the level of student achievement of State High School seventh grade 1 Namlea in mathematics categorized as high with an average value of 83.06. The result showed that 27 students had a high level of academic achievement, and three students had a moderate level of academic achievement. And 5 students have a moderate level of motivation with value - average 84.03. The results showed that the level of student achievement of State High School seventh grade 1 Namlea in mathematics categorized as high with an average value of 83.06. The result showed that 27 students had a high level of academic achievement, and three students had a moderate level of academic achievement. And 5 students have a moderate level of motivation with value - average 84.03. The results showed that the level of student achievement of State High School seventh grade 1 Namlea in mathematics categorized as high with an average value of 83.06. The result showed that 27 students had a high level of academic achievement, and three students had a moderate level of academic achievement.

 

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