A Study of Students’ Reading Habits In MTS Al-Hidayah Tapung Hilir Sub-Disrict Kampar Regency of Riau

  • Candra Kirana Akademi Kebidanan Helvetia Pekanbaru
Keywords: Reading, Students' habits

Abstract

This study focus on investigated the English reading habits of students’ MTS Alhidayah Tapung Hilir Sub-District Kampar Regency of Riau 2016. The data were collected through a questionnaire survey and interview validation. The questionnaires were distributed to 50 students. Based on the statistical analysis of the data, it is concluded little students like reading English that consists of 15 respondents (30%). The other side, the most common of students’ activity were doing in free time watching TV that consists of 25 respondents’ (50%). Then, reading habit is not became our culture in young generation which this indicator the most common of student’s seldom reading English book that consists of 30 respondents’ (60%). In addition, the most common of students’ activity were read for doing assignments that consists of 25 respondents’ (50%). The last factor about students’ underestimates, the most common have same data of students’ underestimate were English is not guaranteed support my carrier in future that consists of 15 respondents’ (30%) and the students’ underestimate were English is not priority because it doesn’t use for daily communication that consists of 15 respondents’ (30%). So, it needs the culture of reading habit especially in English by promoting English club. The teacher and the parent collaboration to supporting awareness of reading habit become a duty.

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Published
2018-02-20
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Kirana, C. (2018). A Study of Students’ Reading Habits In MTS Al-Hidayah Tapung Hilir Sub-Disrict Kampar Regency of Riau. ELT-Lectura, 5(1), 26-30. https://doi.org/10.31849/elt-lectura.v5i1.922
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