Syarifudin, Syarifudin (2020) Communication strategies in taking turns speaking of English as a foreign language use: a reference book for EFL students. Sanabil, Mataram. ISBN 978-623-7090-65-6

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Abstract

ENGLISH This book contained thirteen verbal communication strategies employed by the learners as message delivers (speakers) to cope with communication problems, consisting of topic avoidance, message abandonment, approximation, word coinage, circumlocution, literal translation (interlingual transfer), language switch, appeal for assistance, foreignizing (interlingual transfer), paraphrase, self-correction, comprehension check, and self-repetition. Of those verbal CSs, language switch was the most frequently employed by message senders (speakers). Meanwhile, nonverbal CSs employed by message senders (speakers) consisted of nine strategies: smiling, laughing, head nodding, head shaking, hand raising, hand moving, thumb up, and drawing something. The most frequently nonverbal CSs employed by message senders (speakers) was hand moving. Furthermore, on the learners’ strategies to deal with communication problems which they encountered as message receivers (listeners) were found as many as eight verbal strategies: language switch, appeal for assistance, asking the speaker for clarification, asking the speaker for repetition, asking the speaker to add language, guessing the speaker’s message, and specifying the speaker’s message; and nine nonverbal strategies were found: smiling, laughing, gazing towards the speaker, head nodding, head shaking, hand raising, hand moving, backward position, and forward position. While the majority of message receivers (listeners) employing verbal CSs was asking the speaker for clarification, the majority of message receivers (listeners) using the nonverbal CSs was smiling. The findings indicated that the specific strategy which the learners employed in each communication problem was an attempt to enhance the achievement of communication goals. In addition, on learners’ problems leading to the use of strategies were found that they used the strategies because of their insufficient knowledge of TL, especially lack of TL words and structures making the learners sometimes were unable to convey and receive the message to each other in a proper way. As a result, both message senders (speakers) and message receivers (listeners) were unable to elicit and to comprehend the message in appropriate words or structures well, lack of concepts or no idea about the topics when delivering and comprehending messages to each other when turn-taking in speaking.

Item Type: Book
Uncontrolled Keywords: communication strategies, taking turns speaking
Subjects: 20 LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE > 2003 Language Studies > 200302 English Language
Divisions: Fakultas Tarbiyah dan Keguruan > Jurusan Tadris Bahasa Inggris
Depositing User: Dr. M.Pd. Syarifudin Syarifudin
Date Deposited: 25 Jan 2021 04:23
Last Modified: 25 Jan 2021 04:23
URI: http://repository.uinmataram.ac.id/id/eprint/67

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