SHS Web Conf.
Volume 42, 2018Global Conference on Teaching, Assessment, and Learning in Education (GC-TALE 2017)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Published online||29 January 2018|
Politeness strategy preference of male and female teachers in classroom interaction during English classes
Universitas Pendidikan Ganesha
Politeness is the use of right word or phrase in the proper context, which is determined by the rules that are prevalent in society. This study aimed to identify the politeness strategies used by male and female teachers; and analyze the differences in terms of strategies used by teachers. This study was designed in the form of qualitative research. The data were taken from observed interactions between teachers and students during English classes and interviewed the teachers of SMPN 2 Abiansemal. The obtained data were in form of utterances produced in teaching learning process during English classes. The utterances were identified and analyzed descriptively by using ’s theory in order to know the politeness strategy used by male and female teachers. The result of this study showed that male and female teacher implied four types of politeness strategies, namely; bald on record, positive politeness, negative politeness, off-record; male and female teachers were different on strategy preference depended on context and situation.
Key words: Politeness Strategies / Gender / Classroom Interactions
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