Does self-efficacy moderate the contribution of metacognitive awareness to listening comprehension?

Usuludin, Moh. Ana and Indah, Rohmani Nur (2021) Does self-efficacy moderate the contribution of metacognitive awareness to listening comprehension? Journal of English Language Teaching, Linguistics, and Literature Studies (JELTIS), 1 (2). pp. 173-191. ISSN 2807-422X

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Abstract

Current studies relate the issue of listening skills to several aspects. However, it still requires more empirical finding on the contribution of self-efficacy and metacognition toward listening comprehension. This study aimed to find the effect of metacognition on listening ability through self-efficacy and seek a suitable structural model. The chosen design was ex post facto research with a correlation using a path analysis model. This research was conducted at one of the state Islamic high schools in the city of Kediri. A total of 250 ten grader students participated in this research. Three instruments were used to collect data, including a closed questionnaire about self-efficacy, a closed questionnaire about students' metacognition sensitivity, and listening questions that adopted the TOEFL Junior Test. The results showed that the metacognitive influence model on listening did not significantly affect (p = .180), while the other two models showed a significant effect (metacognitive on self-efficacy, p = .000; self-efficacy on listening ability, p = .011). However, the indirect effect of students' metacognition abilities on listening ability through self-efficacy was significant at .059. Related to the path analysis model, the partial-mediated path analysis model was compiled, modified into a full-mediated model to meet the criteria of goodness of fit index.

Item Type: Journal Article
Keywords: listening comprehension; metacognitive awareness; self-efficacy; path analysis
Subjects: 20 LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE > 2003 Language Studies > 200302 English Language
20 LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE > 2003 Language Studies > 200303 English as a Second Language
20 LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE > 2003 Language Studies
Divisions: Faculty of Humanities > Department of English Language and Letters
Depositing User: Dr. Rohmani Nur Indah
Date Deposited: 30 Dec 2021 14:39

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