Kemahiran Meta Kognitif dan Hubungannya dengan Jantina, Jenis Sekolah dan Pencapaian Murid dalam Pembelajaran Bahasa Melayu Meta Cognitive Skill and Relationship between Gender, Type of School and Students Achievement in Malay Language Learning

NUR AISYAH MOHAMAD, ZAMRI MAHAMOD, SHARALA A/P SUBRAMANIAM

Abstract


This study aims to investigate the meta cognitive skills and their relationship to gender, type of school and student achievement in learning the Malay language. This survey included 299 students as a participant from four secondary schools in eight national and religious schools in the district of Pasir Mas, Kelantan. Randomly selected students. The instrument used to gather data was in the form of questionnaires. The data collected was then analyzed using MANOVA. Findings revealed that female students have metacognitive better than boys. Students from religious schools have better cognitive skills than students from secondary school. While students who have a variety of metacognitive achievements in Malay has a better than students who lack or weak metacognitive skills. Conclusoin, metacognitive skills should be addressed in the process of teaching and learning. Each of the Malay language teachers should explore metacognitive skills to their students by designing more effective methods of teaching and student-centered.

Keywords


Meta cognitive skills, Gender, Type of school, Malay language achievement

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