The Influence of parental guidance on children's ability to read al-qur'an in Majlis Ta'lim As-Salafiyah Tegalwaru Purwakarta Indonesia

Authors

  • Imam Tabroni
  • Muhammad Masruri
  • Delsi Nuroni

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51773/ajrs.v2i1.149

Keywords:

Parental Guidance, Ability, Reading Al Qur'an

Abstract

This research is based on the low ability to read al-Qur'an children in Majlis Ta'lim As-Salafiyah. This study aims to determine the effect of parental guidance on the ability to read al-Qur'an children in Majlis Ta'lim As-Salafiyah Tegalwaru Purwakarta. This research is a quantitative study using correlational techniques; the research sample is 44 respondents, with a significance level of 0.5%. The data collection technique used a questionnaire with scalable likers. Data analysis uses product-moment correlation. The results of hypothesis testing obtained "r" with the correlation coefficient value are 0.461. This value is in the interval 0.40 - 0.599, which is between the parental guidance variable and the variable of the ability to read the al-Qur'an have a moderate correlation. The percentage of the relationship is 0.212, which implies that the influence of the parental guidance variable on the variable of the ability to read al-Qur'an is 21.2%, and the remaining 79.8% is influenced by other factors. The value of Fcount is 11.309. F table with df1 = k - 1 (2 - 1 = 1) and df2 = 44-2 = 42 with an error rate of 5%, the value of F table is 4.070. Based on this comparison, Fcount > Ftable, so it can be concluded that Ho is rejected and Ha is accepted, meaning that there is a positive and significant influence between parental guidance on the ability to read al-Qur'an children in Majlis Ta'lim As-Salafiyah Tegalwaru Purwakarta.

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Published

2022-04-05

How to Cite

Tabroni, I. ., Masruri, M. ., & Nuroni, . D. (2022). The Influence of parental guidance on children’s ability to read al-qur’an in Majlis Ta’lim As-Salafiyah Tegalwaru Purwakarta Indonesia. AMCA Journal of Religion and Society, 2(1), 9–15. https://doi.org/10.51773/ajrs.v2i1.149