PROMOTING THE LEGEND OF THE GUARDIANS FILM FOR FOSTERING STUDENTS’ LEARNING SPEECH EVENT IN CONVERSATION

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  • Nurul Ari Yani STMIK Dian Cipta Cendikia
Keywords: Legend of Guardian’ film, speech event, conversation

Abstract

Pragmatics is a discipline which tries to answer questions such as how is meaning conveyed and interpreted in a particular social context. In this regard, conversation tasks are systematically different from the other variety of elicited conversatiory tbe sociolinguistic interview. As with any kind of interview, the sociolinguistic interview is an asymmetrical speech event in which the party asks the questions and the other party gives the answers. So, the objective of this research were to describe; 1) the analysis of formal and informal speech events which appearaed in the conversation of film, and 2) the implementation of learning speech event in conversation through film. This research was designed as a qualitative research. The research was conducted at English students of diploma three in Dian Cipta Cendikia Lampung.The sample of this study was taken from the students of  third semester in Conversation class at the academic period 2021/2022. The material  focused on speech event that occurred in the classroom among students based on the content of film. The data used for analysis in this study included natural conversations in the ‘Legend of Guardians’ film. The instrument used observation and transcription of film. The result indicated that the utterances used in the conversation of film had 1008 utterances. From this, the researcher found 387 utterances of formal speech events and and 621 utterances of informal speech events. And during observation, students are motivated in learning conversation about speech event through film because the result of students’ active were 85 %, and this meant that it had reached the indicator 70%. In discussion, It was important to choose suitable films for students based on the needs and the materials. Students felt motivated in learning. Not all films can give you the same results. Teachers were not trying to give a master class on cinema, our aim must be have our students immersed in the language for learning.

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2021-10-08
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Yani, N. (2021). PROMOTING THE LEGEND OF THE GUARDIANS FILM FOR FOSTERING STUDENTS’ LEARNING SPEECH EVENT IN CONVERSATION. Journal Lingua Cendikia, 1(1), 34-43. Retrieved from https://jurnal.dcc.ac.id/index.php/JL/article/view/396
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