Kemahiran komunikasi interpersonal ekspresif: Mencipta guru bahasa Indonesia yang penyayang

Translated title of the contribution: Expressive Interpersonal Communication Skill: Creating righteous teachers of Indonesian subject

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Abstract

The aim of this study is to examine Teachers' Expressive Interpersonal Communication Skill (TEICS) in teaching-learning process of Indonesian classrooms. The focus is on teachers' interpersonal communication when the teacher begins the lesson, explains the lesson, and ends teaching-learning process. It is a case study which applies a qualitative approach involving five teachers of Indonesian subject. Data are collected by observational method, interview, and document analysis. Data are analyzed thematically by using NVivo. In general, the results of analysis showed that the teachers applied TEICS when they began the lesson, explained the lesson, and ended teaching-learning process and had different patterns of expressive interpersonal communication (EIC). However, the purpose is similar, that is, to develop students' learning attitude and enhance the students' understanding of the lessons. The finding indicates that when the teachers began teaching, EIC used are greeting, complimenting, and criticizing the students. During while-teaching, it is also found that teachers used EIC such as complimenting and giving feedback, mock-praising, threatening, and accusing the students. Furthermore, when the teachers are about to end the teaching-learning process, the EIC used are criticizing, accusing and greeting students. In conclusion, TEICS is not optimally used in the teaching-learning process in Indonesia because there are still negative EIC being employed by the teachers like criticizing, threatening, accusing, mock-praising, and alluding the students.

Original languageUndefined/Unknown
Pages (from-to)139-154
Number of pages16
JournalGEMA Online Journal of Language Studies
Volume13
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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Keywords

  • Case study
  • Expressive interpersonal communication
  • Indonesian subject
  • Righteous teachers
  • Teaching-learning process

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