Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2015, Volume: 8, Issue: Supplementary 9, Pages: 1-6
Massuline Antonio D. Ligaya* , Joung-Hyun Ham and Hyun-Jung Min
This study attempted to determine how the teachers’ level of commitment to job and commitment to organization affect the students’ performance in English. The study hypothesized that teachers’ commitment both to job and to organization do not affect the students’ performance in English. The respondents to this study were foreign English teachers and their respective students. The descriptive research technique was applied in this study. Both the teachers’ commitment to job and commitmentto organization and the students’ performance in English were treated using frequency counts and means. Regression analysis was used to determine the effects of teachers’ commitment to students’ performance. The weighted mean of the teacher-respondents’ commitment to job and commitment to organization when interpreted indicate that they are committed to both job and organization. The average means of the students’ performance in the areas of writing, listening and speaking are high. It was in speaking where the students had their best performance. It can be inferred from the results of the regression analyses that taken aggregately, commitment to job and commitment to organization are not predictors of the students’ performance in writing, listening and speaking. However, the P value of commitment to job indicates that it can predict students’ performance in speaking.
Keywords: Commitment to Job, Commitment to Organization, Listening, Speaking, Students’ Performance, Writing
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