CORRELATION BETWEEN EXTROVERT CHARACTER AND SPEAKING ABILITY ON FIRST YEAR STUDENTS IN ENGLISH EDUCATION DEPARTMENT OF STAIN MAJENE
Keywords:Extrovert, Speaking Ability, Students
This study discusses how significant the relationship between extroverted character and students' speaking ability is. With data obtained through questionnaires distributed to as many as 36 students in the first year of STAIN Majene English education, it was found that 15 of these students were students who tended to fall into the extrovert category. In this study, researchers used a quantitative approach to measure the extent of the relationship between the two variables. After distributing questionnaires to classify which students had extroverted characters, the researcher then measured speaking ability by giving short readings for students to read and found that all of them had a fairly good average speaking ability score with a score of 78.8. To measure the significance of the relationship between the two, researchers used the Pearson product moment correlation analysis method to measure variables. After conducting the analysis, it was found that the significance level of the correlation was 0.986, meaning that there was a fairly close relationship between extroverted character and the speaking ability of English language education students at STAIN Majene.