CLASSROOM INTERACTION PATTERNS OF PRONUNCIATION CLASS IN ENGLISH DEPARTMENT (A Case at the Fourth Semester of English Department of UNNES)

Shellayukti, Yeyisha (2019) CLASSROOM INTERACTION PATTERNS OF PRONUNCIATION CLASS IN ENGLISH DEPARTMENT (A Case at the Fourth Semester of English Department of UNNES). Masters thesis, Fakultas Ilmu Budaya.

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Abstract

This study was aimed to investigate classroom interaction with regard to the patterns of classroom interaction, speech functions and code-mixing and code switching between the lecturer and students in Pronunciation class of UNNES as well as the implications. The data were collected from the classroom observation and the recording of teaching and learning process. The method carried out in this study were using Sinclair and Coulthard (1992) about Classroom Interaction Analysis, Eggins and Slade (1997) about Speech Functions and code-mixing and code-switching (Hymes, 1974). The descriptive qualitative approach was used to carry out this study. The result of the study showed the patterns of interaction between lecturer and students in pronunciation class of English Department in UNNES was quite dynamic, since there found 5 patterns namely, (1) lecturer eliciting exchange (2) lecturer directing exchange, (3) lecturer informing exchange, (4) pupil eliciting exchange and (5) pupil informing exchange. The speech functions also showed variety of moves carried out by the lecturer and students. The speech functions carried out by the lecturer are always followed by the students. Hence, the moves almost have the same portions among lecturer and students. It indicated that the process of exchange between lecturer and students was well maintained. Meanwhile, the lecturer used so many code-switching and code-mixing in the teaching and learning process which represents the efforts to abridge the students‟ understanding in mastering the materials. From the analysis, it implies that the pattern of classroom interaction really affects the students‟ contribution in which it encourages the opportunity to receive comprehensible input as well as feedback. It is also suggested that the further study might examine the students‟ achievement which is affected by pattern of interaction to measure the precise impacts.

Item Type:Thesis (Masters)
Subjects:P Language and Literature > P Philology. Linguistics > P1-1091 Philology. Linguistics > P1-85 General
Divisions:School of Postgraduate (mixed) > Master Program in Linguistic
ID Code:81047
Deposited By:mrs Perpustakaan FIB
Deposited On:23 Jul 2020 11:16
Last Modified:23 Jul 2020 11:16

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