Rizkihadi, Karin (2021) AN ANALYSIS OF TEACHERS’ CODE SWITCHING AND CODE MIXING IN EFL CLASSROOM. Skripsi thesis, Universitas Pancasakti tegal.

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Rizkihadi, Karin. 2021. 1616500019. “An Analysis of Teachers’ Code Switching and Code Mixing in EFL Classroom”. Research Project. Strata 1 Program English Department, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education. Pancasakti University Tegal. The first advisor Dr. Taufiqulloh, M.Hum, Second Advisor N. L. Molla, S.Pd, M.Hum. Keywords: Teachers’ Code Switching and Code Mixing, Descriptive Qualitative Research, The Types and The Function of Code Switching and Code Mixing. The aim of this study was to identify the types of Code Switching and Code Mixing performed by an English teacher and to examine the functions of Code Switching and Code Mixing used by the teacher. This was descriptive qualitative research, the research employing documentation to collect the data and the researcher used descriptive method to describe the types and the functions of teachers’ code switching and code mixing. The subject of this study was eight grade of SMPN Satu Atap-1 Palangka Raya through Rina Rinae’s youtube channel. In collecting data, the writer watches the video and identifies the data based on reading the transcript. The result of analysis shows that (1) The total data is 74 unit data analysis of Code Switching, it found that tag-switching 36%, inter-sentential switching 26%, and intra-sentential switching 38%. It showed that the most common types of code switching of teacher’s utterances were intra-sentential switching. Furthermore, 64 data analysis of Code Mixing performed insertion 94%, alternation 6%, and there is no congruent lexicalization in the teacher’s utterances. Based on the data, the teacher commonly used insertion to mix the code. (2) From 74 data of Code Switching, the researcher just found six functions in teacher’s utterance. There are no quotation in the teacher’s utterances, 23% addressee specification, 21% repetition, 26% interjection, 16% message qualification, 11% personalization and objectivization, and 3% facility expression Moreover, the researcher just found five functions from 64 data of Code Mixing. There are no quotation in the teacher’s utterances, 47% addressee specification, no repetition in the teacher’s utterance, 3% interjection, 20% message qualification, 22% personalization and objectivization, and 8% facility expression. Based on the data, addressee specification is commonly used in Code Switching and Code Mixing of the teacher’s utterances.

Item Type: Karya Ilmiah (Skripsi)
Subjects: P Language and Literature > PE English
Depositing User: Admin Perpustakaan Pusat
Date Deposited: 31 Mar 2021 02:55
Last Modified: 03 Feb 2022 02:23

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