THE REALIZATION OF CODE SWITCHING AND CODE MIXING (A Case Study of Pre –Service Teachers at Ma Nu Demak in Academic Year 2015/ 2016)

S.Thoriqul Huda, 0203513065 (2016) THE REALIZATION OF CODE SWITCHING AND CODE MIXING (A Case Study of Pre –Service Teachers at Ma Nu Demak in Academic Year 2015/ 2016). Masters thesis, Pascasarjana.

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    Abstract

    The study concern about code-switching and code-mixing. The study was based on the analysis of code-switching and code-mixing utterances made by nine Pre-service teachers called novices. The setting of this research was English classes at Private Islamic senior high school of Nahdlotul Ulama (Ma Nu Demak). This study was conducted to describe novices code-switch in teaching learning process at Ma Nu Demak, to explain novices code-mix in teaching learning process at Ma Nu Demak, to explainwhat language varietieswhichare selected by the students to initiate the English teaching learning process, to argue why novices code-switch and code-mix at Ma Nu Demak, to explain how they solves the problems. The study used qualitative approach. The data were supported by simply quantification and recorded from nine novices of MA NU Demak. Further, there were nine discourses of utterances of recorded data that I analyzed. The data were collected through two ways; they were recording and conducting interview with three of nine novices. The analysis comprised two parts, i.e. categorizing the forms of the utterances and analyzing the function and also the condition of utterances The result shows that: (1) There are two ways in which the novices code-switch in teaching and learning process, including form (word, phrase, and sentence) and function and condition was 155 utterances of code-switching (2) There are two ways in which the novices code-mixing in teaching and learning process, including form (word, phrase, and sentence) and function and conditionthere are 125 utterances of code-mixing (3) The novices code-switch and code-mix in the form of English-Indonesian utterances are more dominant than English - Ngoko variety 25 utterances English-kromo variety 16 utterances. (4) The novices’ reasons to code-switch and code-mix are: a) code-switching and code-mixing were their ways to explain the lesson, b) novices code-switch and code-mix because they want to convey more exact meaning of English difficult words, phrases or sentences, c) novices code-switch and code-mix because they want to help students to understand the lesson. (d) The novices code-switch and code-mix because of their skill to make their students easier to understand what they are learning.(5) It can be carried out through applying attractive teaching methods that can make students enjoy the class and they engage more actively.

    Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
    Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
    Fakultas: Pasca Sarjana > Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris, S2
    Depositing User: A.Md Angga Rizky Purwandra
    Date Deposited: 13 Oct 2017 09:02
    Last Modified: 13 Oct 2017 09:02

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