Wisanto, Ratna Dewi (2002) A study of language functions used by a teacher teaching an autistic child. Bachelor thesis, Petra Christian University.Full text not available from this repository.
This study tries to find out the most common types of the linguistic functions in the utterances of a teacher teaching an autistic child and also the reasons behind their common use. The source of the data of this study is the spontaneous utterances produced by a teacher while teaching an autistic child in the classroom situation. The writer uses the quantitative and qualitative approaches in doing this study. The subject of this study is a teacher named Topik. He has been teaching in 'Cakra' Autisme Terapi, which is located at Sri Ikana no.56, for almost three years. In analyzing the data, the basic theory, which the writer used, were Van Ek and Alexander?s theory of language functions As an analysis of language functions in the utterances of a teacher in one of autistic schools in Surabaya, this thesis is chiefly concerned with forms in Bahasa Indonesia forms. From the analysis it has been found that there are single function and double function that occur in the teaching process. Single function is characterized by one purpose only. Every utterance that is produced by the teacher has only one function. Double function is characterized by two purposes. While the teacher teaches the student, he does not only have main purpose but also intended purpose.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Bachelor)|
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||autistic, children, language, acquisition, psycholinguistics, teacher, cakra terapi, surabaya|
|Date Deposited:||23 Mar 2011 18:48|
|Last Modified:||29 Mar 2011 21:21|
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