Student Motivation and Its Correlation with French Learning Outcomes During the Covid-19 Outbreak

Indah Nevira Trisna, Nani Kusrini
2022 Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research   unpublished
Motivation is considered as one of the factors that determine success, especially in learning a second language. On the other hand, learning outcomes are a measure of the success of the teaching and learning process. This study aims to describe students' motivation to learn French during distance learning of the COVID-19 outbreak and to reveal the correlation between these motivations and student learning outcomes. This research is descriptive quantitative research. Respondents in this study
more » ... e 164 grade X students from two high schools (SMA) in Lampung. The instrument used was a closed questionnaire using a Likert scale and interviews which were arranged by adapting the learning motivation theory of Hamzah B. Uno and Sardiman. The results of the analysis showed that the students' learning motivation of 79.7 was included in the high category. Meanwhile, through a series of tests and hypothesis testing using the Pearson correlation formula with the help of SPSS 19, it can be concluded that there is a positive correlation between motivation and learning outcomes during online learning during the Covid-19 pandemic. The coefficient value of 0.224 is interpreted that the correlation between the two variables being in a low category.
doi:10.2991/assehr.k.220102.040 fatcat:ud6flwjrsbcipbx6boo3yvumwq