The Correlation Between Reading Habit and Students’ Reading Comprehension Achievements

  • Masagus Sulaiman Muhammadiyah University-Palembang
  • Harpiansi Harpiansi Akademi Bahasa Asing Bina Insan Indonesia
Keywords: Reading habit, Reading comprehension achievements

Abstract

This research concerned with the correlation between reading habit and students’ reading comprehension acheivements. The method used was correlational design. The population and samples were 37 Students. Questionnaire and documentation were used to collect the data. The researchers used Pearson Product Moment Correlation to analyze the data. The results showed that r-obtained was 0.353 compared to r-value interpretation of 0.200 to 0.400 which means there was a low correlation. Yet, r-table of 37 students was 0.325 while r-obtained was 0.353 which  means that there was a significant correlation.

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Published
2018-11-25
How to Cite
Sulaiman, M., & Harpiansi, H. (2018). The Correlation Between Reading Habit and Students’ Reading Comprehension Achievements. ALSUNA: JOURNAL OF ARABIC AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE, 1(2), 78-86. https://doi.org/10.31538/alsuna.v1i2.87