SELF-EFFICACY AND MOTIVATION CONSTRUCT: AN INSTRUMENT DEVELOPMENT
This study aims to develop a questionnaire as the valid and reliable instrument to measure the students’ self-efficacy and motivation in learning English. The development process in this study was based on the theory of the two main constructs (self-efficacy and motivation). The writers employ cognitive interview to create some adjustment and/or adaptation to fit the Indonesian learning and process context, and pilot tested to a group of students. The product of this study is a ready-to-use questionnaire that is considered appropriate in Indonesian context. Further research is suggested to check the validity and reliability of this
instrument in other contexts.
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