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SELF-EFFICACY BELIEF AND SELF-REGULATION LEARNING STRATEGY ON WRITING ENGLISH BY UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS THESIS By: Nur Octavi Mandasari 201110100311080 ENGLISH DEPARTMENT FACULTY OF TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF MUHAMMADIYAH MALANG 2015

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  • SELF-EFFICACY BELIEF AND SELF-REGULATION

    LEARNING STRATEGY ON WRITING ENGLISH

    BY UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

    THESIS

    By:

    Nur Octavi Mandasari

    201110100311080

    ENGLISH DEPARTMENT

    FACULTY OF TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION

    UNIVERSITY OF MUHAMMADIYAH MALANG

    2015

  • SELF-EFFICACY BELIEF AND SELF-REGULATION

    LEARNING STRATEGY ON WRITING ENGLISH

    BY UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

    THESIS

    This thesis is submitted to meet one of the requirements to archive

    Sarjana Degree in English Education

    By:

    Nur Octavi Mandasari

    201110100311080

    ENGLISH DEPARTMENT

    FACULTY OF TEACHER TRAINING AND EDUCATION

    UNIVERSITY OF MUHAMMADIYAH MALANG

    2015

  • This thesis was written by Nur Octavi Mandasari and was approved on November, 11th, 2015

    by:

    Advisor II,

    Rina W. Setyaningrum, M.Ed

    Advisor I,

    Bayu H. Wicaksono, M.Ed., Ph.D

  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

    All praises be to Allah SWT, the real researcher’s guide, who amazingly

    and mysteriously guides her in the process of making this paper. Place and

    solution are upon the greatest Prophet Muhammad SAW who set us to right way.

    A big number of people contributed in this thesis, and I would like to

    express my sincere thanks and appreciation to them all. Particularly, I would like

    to express my gratitude to Bayu H. Wicaksono, M.Ed., Ph.D as the first advisor,

    whose expertise, understanding, and patience, added considerably to my

    experience. I appreciate his vast knowledge and skill in many areas and the

    support in every step.

    My deepest gratitude is also addressed to Rina W. Setyaningrum, M.Ed as

    the second advisor who always patient in correcting the sentences and the

    grammar. I should not forget for the advice, suggestion and time, with the

    comments and encouragements, the content of this thesis have improved.

    My gratitude is also extended to all my lectures of English Department of

    University of Muhammadiyah Malang and all the staff office that has transferred

    much knowledge to me, for guidance, instruction and help during my study in this

    university.

    My great gratitude is devoted to my beloved parents, Ikwan and Endang

    Susilowati, and also my brothers, Arya and Dicky who always gives me prayer,

    support, attention, guidance and encouragement suggestion and motivation,

    Least but not less, to all my lovely friends Shelfi, Nova, Fifi and Ika,

    especially to the B Class of English’11. Thank you very much for all greater

  • moments, tease, smile, support, sadness, happiness, and everything that you have

    done to me. You all are my best friends.

    The researcher really hopes that this study will give contributions to the

    educational world, especially for the English development of knowledge in the

    future. The researcher also hopes that this study can be able to encourage the

    reader to conduct future studies about learning English. Finally the researcher

    hopes correction, suggestion and critics from the reader.

    Malang, November 2015

    The researcher,

    Nur Octavi Mandasari

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS

    COVER ......................................................................................................... PAGE OF TITLE ......................................................................................... i PAGE OF APPROVAL ................................................................................ ii EXAMINERS’ APPROVAL ........................................................................ iii DECLARATION .......................................................................................... iv MOTTO AND DEDICATION ..................................................................... v ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS .......................................................................... vi ABSTRACT .................................................................................................. viii TABLE OF CONTENTS .............................................................................. ix LIST OF TABLES ........................................................................................ xii LIST OF FIGURE ........................................................................................ xiii

    CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION

    1.1 Background of study ................................................................................. 1

    1.2 Statement of the problem .......................................................................... 4

    1.3 Purpose of the study .................................................................................. 4

    1.4 Hypothesis ................................................................................................ 4

    1.5 Scope and limitation .................................................................................. 5

    1.6 Significance of the study ........................................................................... 5

    1.7 Definition of key terms ............................................................................. 6

    CHAPTER II REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE

    2.1 The Understanding of Belief ..................................................................... 7

    2.2 Self-Efficacy ............................................................................................. 8

    2.2.1 Judgment of Self-Efficacy ................................................................ 9

    2.2.2 Sources of Self-Efficacy .................................................................. 10

    2.3 Learning Strategy ..................................................................................... 12

    2.4 Self-Regulation Learning ......................................................................... 14

    2.5 Self-Regulation Learning Strategy ........................................................... 15

    2.6 Writing Skill ............................................................................................ 16

    2.6.1 Writing Process ............................................................................... 17

    2.6.2 Micro Skill and Macro Skill ............................................................ 18

    2.7 Essay Writing............................................................................................ 19

    2.7.1 Features of Good Essay ................................................................... 20

    2.7.2 Types of Essay ................................................................................ 20

  • 2.8 Related Studies ........................................................................................ 21

    CHAPTER III RESEACH METHOD

    3.1 Research Design ....................................................................................... 23

    3.2 Population ................................................................................................. 24

    3.3 Sample ...................................................................................................... 24

    3.4 Instrument ................................................................................................. 26

    3.5 Data Collection ......................................................................................... 28

    3.6 Data Analysis ............................................................................................ 28

    CHAPTER IV RESEARCH FINDINGS AND DISCUSSION

    4.1 Research Findings ..................................................................................... 30

    4.1.1 Description of Data .......................................................................... 30

    4.1.2 Finding of Descriptive Statistic ......................................................... 31

    4.1.3 Finding of Independent Sample T-Test ............................................. 32

    4.1.4 Finding of Correlation Analyses ....................................................... 33

    4.2 Discussion................................................................................................. 36

    CHAPTER V CONCLUSIONS AND SUGGESTIONS

    5.1 Conclusions .............................................................................................. 39

    5.2 Suggestions ............................................................................................... 40

    REFERENCES ............................................................................................. 42

    APPENDICES

    Appendix I: Questionnaires of Self-Efficacy and Self-Regulation Learning Strategy on Writing Essay .................................... 45

    Appendix II : Table Score of Questionnaires Items of Self-Efficacy Belief and Self-Regulation Learning Strategy on Writing English Essay of 7th Semester Students ................................... 47

    Appendix III : Table Score of Questionnaires Items of Self-Efficacy Belief and Self-Regulation Learning Strategy on Writing English Essay of 9th Semester Students ................................... 49

    Appendix IV: Table Mean of Self-Efficacy Belief and Self-Regulation Learning Strategy on Writing Essay of 7th Semester Students ................................................................................. 51

    Appendix V : Table Mean of Self-Efficacy Belief and Self-Regulation Learning Strategy on Writing Essay of 9th Semester Students ................................................................................. 52

  • Appendix VI : Table Students’ Self-Efficacy of Their Capabilities in Writing English from Different Perspective of 7th and 9th Semester Students ................................................................................. 53

    Appendix VII : Table Process of Self-Regulation Learning Strategy on Writing

    Essay of 7th and 9th Semester Students ................................... 55

    Appendix VIII: Finding of Independent T-Test between 7th and 9th Semester Students .................................................................. 57

    Appendix IX : The Example of Questionnaires Sheets .................................... 59

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