Bilingualism-Based Teaching Language on English Class at Senior High School

Ika Isra Ayu(1), Kisman Salija(2), Geminastiti Sakkir(3*),

(1) Universitas Negeri Makassar
(2) Universitas Negeri Makassar
(3) Universitas Negeri Makassar
(*) Corresponding Author



Abstract


This study aims to determine how bilingualism is applied in terms of management and instructional talk in Senior High School English classes. At a senior high school, the researchers did this study (SMA 2 Bantaeng). A class observation guide served as the researcher's research tool to collect the data. According to the study's findings, teachers 1 and 2 do not always employ instructional talk. While Teacher 2 only utilized four of the five types of instructional discussion, teacher 1 employed all five types. Teachers 1 and 2 each employ 10 different types of management talks, while the total number of management talk types is 15. Teacher 2 utilizes 11 different types of management talks.


Keywords


Application, Bilingualism; Teacher; Student; Instructional and Management Talk.

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