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Project-Report Book group 1

Statistics for Research in


English Education

KHI SQUARE AND ANCOVA


1. Relation of Frequency Variables, Atitag
Khusnulmina
2. Dependence of Frequency Variables, Brigita Yusnia
Wuri Ardhyanita
3. Effect of … to … When … is Held Constant,
Yovita Mahrum and Adeltruda Dwita Pangesti
4. Effect of … to … When … is Held Constant, Anna
Nuarita Ima Priasti and Galuh Valentio
5.Predictable of multiple variable….Manova,Yolfa
Esterlita

The English Education Study Program


Sanata Dharma University
January 2019

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1. RELATION FREQUENCY VARIABLES
Atitag Khusnulmina

PREFACE

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
I. Hypothesis-testing Preparation
II. Data management, summary, and presentation
III. Hypothesis-Testing Computation
IV. Research Conclusion

INTRODUCTION
Objective: to do a hypothesis testing (preparation, computation,
and conclusion), emphasis on the data preparation.

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Learning retention percentages based on method via Peak
Performance Center (https://blog.capterra.com/experiential-

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learning-lessons-to-incorporate-into-your-k-12-curriculum/),
retrieved March 28, 2018)
Now let us gather adequate information, as relevant and as up-
to-date as possible, all about statistics for research in English
education, to teach one another about it, to practise by doing it, and
to discuss it for its scientific and practical truth.
I. Hypothesis-testing Preparation

1. Hypothesis Statement
Conceptual hypothesis
{a. Refer the statement to that listed in the Assigned Statistical Hypothesis (Table 3)
b. Select from the Master-Data Table, the one which is most logical and beneficial to test, i.e. to
confirm its scientific truth.
(You will elaborately manage, summarize, and present the variables you have selected from this
table. Later you will also test your hypothesis using this data)}.

Operational hypothesis
The scores of Class D in …, e.g. Reading (or Height) from a closed questionnaire are … , e.g.
correlated (or better than) those of Class C.

Statistical hypothesis
Verbal: (copy from Table 3)
Symbolic:
H0: r12 = 0; or: µ1 ≤ µ2
H1: r12 ≠ 0; or: µ1 > µ2

2. Data Acquisition
(closed questionnaire only, pre-prepared, i.e. using the Master-Data Table: Table 1a and 1b).

3. Data management, summary, and presentation (being


emphasized it will be mostly elaborated).

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II. DATA MANAGEMENT, SUMMARY, AND
PRESENTATION

A. DATA MANAGEMENT

1. Data Recording

Table 1. Raw Data


(In addition to your hypothesis-testing variables, you have to include all scales: nominal, ordinal, and
interval or ratio).

Case Name of Name of Name of Name of Name of


Var1 Var1 Var1 Var1 Var1
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02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22

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23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
N= 40 ∑X=

Avg=

2. Data Entry
Figure 1. Statistics Data Editor
(Put them in SPSS)

3. Data Manipulation
(Adding up scores; transforming skewed variables;
collapsing/grouping)

Table 2. Grouped ..., e.g. Reading, Motivation

B. DATA SUMMARY

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1. Frequency Distribution

Table 3a. … (Interval/Ratio)

Table 3b. … (Ordinal)

Table 3c. … (Nominal)

2, Descriptive Statistics

Table 4a. … (Interval/Ratio)

Table 4b. … (Ordinal)

Table 4c. … (Nominal)

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C. DATA PRESENTATION

Figure .. …

histograms

bar graphs

line graphs

scatter plots

boxplots

(Second half of the semester)


III. Hypothesis-Testing Computation
1. Input or copy your data into SPSS.
2. Analyze them accordingly.
3. Check the requirements for testing your hypothesis.
4. Look at the results.

IV. Research Conclusion


1. Quote the numeric requirement-test results in your research report.
2. Transform the hypothesis-testing-result table into Word and put it into your research report.
3. Draw a conclusion about your research results based on the hypothesis-testing computation
results.

01 141214002 Kristoforus Christiberto 20 161214017 Maria Lidya Gelu


Hadiwijaya 21 161214019 Wikantri Lanamukti
02 151214002 Dea Carla Monita 22 161214020 Klara Tyas Sulistyawati
03 151214022 Monika 23 161214021 Ni Made Widya Utami Dewi
Krissaringgitawandana 24 161214022 Kezia Triyono
04 161214001 Ridwan Lintang Buana 25 161214023 Agata Dina Paskalia
05 161214002 Maria Vanesa Kanita 26 161214024 Irawan Adi Prasetyo
06 161214003 Irma Damayanti 27 161214025 Eka Aditya Wicaksana
07 161214004 Suwarni Arbayati 28 161214026 David Geba Abi Anandi
08 161214005 Clara Andita Dwi Putri 29 161214027 Brigitta Rosemarie
Wijaya 30 161214029 Gabrielle Agatha Rouli
09 161214006 Joshua Hans Eka Chandra Hariandja
10 161214007 Hatha Widya Gunawan

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11 161214008 Fransisca Maretha 31 161214030 Hendrikus Pralambang
Hardyanti Wahyu Aditama
12 161214009 Stella Ludwina Oldini 32 161214031 Monika Dewanty
13 161214010 Amalia Kurnia Devi 33 161214032 Atitag Khusnulmina
14 161214011 Ossiana 34 161214034 Brigita Yusnia Wuri
15 161214012 Jonathan Haryana Ardhyanita
16 161214013 Viska Violita 35 161214035 Yovita Mahrum
17 161214014 Sherena Agustin 36 161214036 Adeltruda Dwita Pangesti
18 161214015 Amelia Kristian Rony 37 161214037 Anna Nuarita Ima Priasti
19 161214016 Joshua Dhanu Kutanata 38 161214038 Galuh Valentio

2. DEPENDENCE OF FREQUENCY
VARIABLES
Brigita Yusnia Wuri Ardhyanita

3. EFFECT OF … TO …
WHEN … IS HELD CONSTANT
Yovita Mahrum and Adeltruda Dwita Pangesti

4. EFFECT OF … TO …
WHEN … IS HELD CONSTANT
Anna Nuarita Ima Priasti and Galuh Valentio