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The Influence Of Reading Ability, Speaking Proficiency, And Classroom Management Toward Students’ Interpreting Skill

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Anam Sutopo



classroom management, reading ability, interpreting skill and speaking skill.



This study aims to know the influence of reading ability, speaking proficiency, and classroom management toward student’s interpreting skill for the seventh semester students of English Education Study Program, Teacher Training and Education Faculty, Muhammadiyah Surakarta of University. The type of this research was associational quantitative research. The population of this study is all students of the seventh semester students of English Education Study Program, Teacher Training and Education Faculty, Muhammadiyah University of Surakarta (UMS) in 2018-2019 academic year, consisting of 197 students. The sample of this study was 129 students who are selected by using random sampling. This research applied the questionnaire and test for collecting the data. The questionnaires are dealing with reading ability, speaking proficiency, and classroom management, while the test is in line with student’s interpreting skill. The writers used SPSS version 21.0 to analyze the data which consist of descriptive statistic, classic assumption test, multiple regressions and hypothesis testing such as t-test (partial), f-test (simulation), coefficient of determination, predictor contributions. The result of this research shows that F result is 58.277 with the significant is 0.000. The result of R2 is 0.583. It means that there is a positive and significant influence of independent variables toward the dependent variable individually and simultaneously. There are positive and significant influence from student reading ability, students’ speaking proficiency, and teacher classroom management toward students’ Interpreting Skill in the seventh semester of English Education Department, UMS in the 2018/2019 academic year consisting of 58.3%. This means that students can get good achievements in interpreting if they improve their speaking proficiency and use their reading ability that make them easier to learn



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