The Correlation Between FLLA, Self-Efficacy and Comprehension during the Covid-19

Ayu Risky


The research aimed to measure the correlation and the levels of students’ listening anxiety and self-efficacy that surrounding the students’ English listening comprehension in online learning during the Covid-19 pandemic. This research using correlational design by distributing questionnaires and done listening test. The participants were 23 university students based on computation with G*Power and taking the critical listening online class in their respective departments. This research found that there is low correlation between foreign language listening anxiety, self-efficacy and comprehension. Based on the findings, possible contributions and implication are stated alongside the limitations of the study and possible directions for future research.


Foreign Language Listening Anxiety, Self-Efficacy, Listening Comprehension

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