IJEDST 2017 Volume 5 Issue 8
International Journal of Education, Development, Society and Technology (IJEDST) ISSN: 2321 – 7537
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Linguistic Performance, Emotional and Spiritual Intelligence of Grade Nine Muslim Students In Yogyakarta, Indonesia and Bongao, Tawi-Tawi, Philippines. Kasmil S. Abdulwahid. IJEDST (2017), 5(8):65-74
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Linguistic Performance, Emotional and Spiritual Intelligence of Grade Nine Muslim Students In Yogyakarta, Indonesia and Bongao, Tawi-Tawi, Philippines
Authors & Affiliation:
Kasmil S. Abdulwahid
Ph.D. Student, Islamic Educational Psychology at Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, INDONESIA
Educational institutions in every country try to achieve holistic performance on every student. The government, school administration, teachers, parents, and even students themselves are aiming towards best performance, superior skills and quality students by the time they reached every ladder of their educational pursuit. The main focus of this study was to determine the degree of relationship among linguistic performance, emotional, and spiritual intelligence while the secondary target was to determine the levels of linguistic performance, emotional, and spiritual intelligence of grade nine Muslim students in Bongao, Tawi-Tawi, Philippines and Yogyakarta, Indonesia. It also aimed to find out if there existed a significant difference in the levels of performance in each of the linguistic skills tested, emotional and spiritual intelligence among schools and countries; and if there existed a significant correlation among their levels of linguistic performance, emotional and spiritual intelligence.
The study used the descriptive-quantitative method of research. The respondents were 110 students selected through simple random sampling. Linguistic performance test, USM Emotional Quotient Inventory, and Spiritual Intelligence Self-Report Inventory were the instruments being utilized in the study. The data were analyzed through the use of descriptive statistics, t-test, ANOVA, and correlation coefficients through the use of IBM SPSS 20 program.
On the basis of the analysis of the different findings of the study, it may summarize that: 1) Students performed well in listening, speaking and reading skills while performed poorly in writing skills; 2) Their level of linguistic performance is satisfactory while their emotional and spiritual intelligence are very good; 3) There is a significant relationship between their linguistic performance and emotional intelligence and between emotional and spiritual intelligence.
Keywords: Linguistic Performance, Emotional Intelligence, Spiritual Intelligence