Teacher’s Directive Speech Acts at Kindergarten School

Kharisma Puspita Sari

Abstract


The research is field research with descriptive qualitative research. The aim of the research is to determine and investigate the teacher’s directive speech acts at kindergarden school. The research investigates a teacher in a day of teaching learning activity at kindergarden school. Deeply, the research investigates a whole sequence of activity in the class. Actually, there are 6 session of the learning activity determined such as; 1) forming in line, 2) circle time, 3) praying up, 4) learning activity, 5) take a rest, 6) learning evaluation and review, 7) praying up, 8) singing a song, 9) closing session. From these sequence of activities, there are three types of directive speech acts which is often used by teacher at certain kindergarden school like requests, requirements, and questions. Spesifically, there are several types of directive speech acts in details used by the teacher such as asking, interogating, inquiring, invite, command, order, hope, suggest, prohibit, advice, etc.

Keywords


Speech Acts, Illucutionary Acts, Directive Speect Acts

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21580/vjv7i12735

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