A STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODEL ON MOTIVATION IN LANGUAGE LEARNING
Victor P. Lato, Elleine Rose A. Oliva
Junior High School Teacher, University of Mindanao
The purpose of this study, to determine the most suitable model for motivation in language learning. It aims to ensure the significant relationship between the exogenous variable: writing strategy, study habits, classroom climate, and the endogenous variable in language learning motivation. In addition, non-experimental correlational research design and structural equation models to determine the most appropriate motivational model in motivation language learning. However, a stratified random sampling technique to select 436 participants from ninth-grade students from secondary public schools in Region XI. The following statistic used: mean, Pearson r, regression, and structural equation model (SEM). The exogenous variables have a significant correlation with endogenous variables that the fifth model adapted result of the study. In connection with, exogenous variables acquired a high descriptive level. The writing strategy includes planning, implementation, and revision; study habits include: time management, learning environment, forecasting skills and preparation, note-taking, reading skills, writing skills, and language skills; classroom climate includes: teacher support, student independence, interaction, and collaboration in class; and the endogenous variable acquired a high descriptive level of motivation in language learning that included: instrumental and integrative motivation.
Keywords: education, writing strategies, study habits, classroom climate, language learning motivation, structural model, Philippines
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR)
Published on : 2021-12-01