PENGARUH MENONTON ACARA TELEVISI TERHADAP PENINGKATAN MOTIVASI BELAJAR PADA SISWA KELAS VIII DI MTS NEGERI LASALIMU

Musrifa Arsyad

Abstract


This study aims to determine the effect of watching television programs on increasing learning motivation in Class VIII students at Lasalimu State MTs. The research method carried out by researchers is associative research is research that aims to determine the relationship between two or more variables. The form of the relationship in this study is a causal relationship, namely the causal relationship and this type of research is field research. It said field research (respondents) because researchers were directly involved in data collection.

The results showed that watching television shows can increase the learning motivation of Class VIII students in Lasalimu State MTs in the learning motivation of the intended students in the very high category, based on the percentage of students' learning motivation values with ≥65, from 18 respondents or 72%, this is caused by implementation of instruments for student learning motivation, so that students can better understand and realize the importance of motivation in learning at school and outside of school. Analysis of frequency distribution data, while searching for television shows to increase student learning motivation using Product Moment Analysis This study, only has one hypothesis, namely that there is an increase in watching television programs to increase learning motivation of Class VIII students of Lasalimu State MTs. Hypothesis testing will be conducted using Product Moment Correlation Analysis. The calculation results from Product Moment correlation analysis using computer assistance with the application program Statistical Product and Service Solution (SPSS version 17.0 for Windows) produces a calculated price with a significance value of 0.004. Assuming the calculation is the value of rxy> r table then there is a significant relationship. Then the rxy value is 0.004 while the r table value is 0.05. Then: rxy = 0.405 and R table = 0.057.

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