as a Partial Requirement for a Master Degree in English Presented as a Partial Requirement for a Master Presented Education Study Program. Degree in English

Andayani, Tuti (2017) as a Partial Requirement for a Master Degree in English Presented as a Partial Requirement for a Master Presented Education Study Program. Degree in English. Masters thesis, Universitas Bengkulu.

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Abstract

Code-switching is a very useful communication strategy in learning English as a foreign language. Both teachers and students employ it to ease the learning process. This research investigated thecode-switching employed by the students of SMPN 3 Sindang Kelingi. Four eight grade classes were recorded twice for about 25 minutes each by a digital voicerecorder. Thoseclassroom-recordingswere transcribed and analyzed to find out the types, patterns, and students’ reasons of employing code- switching in the English classes. The results obtained from the audio- recordings showed that the students employed all three types of codeswitching, dominantly the word type, followed by phrase and sentence code-switching. Moreover, the detailed analyses of the audio-recordings revealed that the students switched from one code to another following five patterns, namely Indonesian-English-Indonesian pattern, EnglishIndonesian-English pattern, Indonesian-Lembaknese-Indonesian pattern, Indonesian-Javanese-Indonesian pattern and English-LembakneseEnglish pattern. The students’ reasons of employing code-switching is to do the tasks correctly and quickly, to feel comfortable and get some help while studying English. Suggestion was made for the English teachers to let the students employing code-switching since they are still at the elementary level of English proficiency, but as their abilities grow up, the use of code-switching in the English classes should be decreased. Keywords : students’ code-switching, types of code

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Subjects: P Language and Literature > PE English
Divisions: Faculty of Education > Department of English Education
Depositing User: 021 Nanik Rahmawati
Date Deposited: 26 Oct 2017 01:56
Last Modified: 26 Oct 2017 01:56
URI: http://repository.unib.ac.id/id/eprint/13382

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