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Title: LANGUAGE ATTITUDE


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LANGUAGE ATTITUDE
  • BY
  • GROUP 5
  • BEN HARD YESAYA
  • DANIEL PURBO NUGROHO
  • AYU SRININGSIH
  • HERLYN PURBHA LAKSMI
  • RANITA WANDARI

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ENGLISH DEPARTMENT FACULTY OF TEACHER TRAINING
AND EDUCATION MAHASARASWATI UNIVERSITY
DENPASAR YEAR 2011
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TOPIC LIST
DEFINITION OF LANGUAGE ATTITUDE
RELATIONSHIP THE NOTION OF SPEECH LANGUAGE
ATTITUDE
THE MATCHED-GUISE
THE INFLUENCE FACTOR OF LANGUAGE ATTITUDE
THE INSTRUMENTAL AND INTEGRATIVE LANGAUGE ATTITUDE
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DEFINITION OF LANGUAGE ATTITUDE
  • Language attitudes are actually the feelings
    people have about their own language or the
    languages of others, and further defined, as an
    individuals psychological construction regarding
    their own language and/or the languages of others
    (see Crystal in Simsek et al. 2007 1).

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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE NOTION OF SPEECH AND
LANGUAGE ATTITUDE
  • The notion of speech community is most generally
    used as a tool to define a unit of analysis
    within which to analyze language variation and
    change. Stylistic features differ among speech
    communities based on factors such as the group's
    socioeconomic status, common interests and the
    level of formality expected within the group and
    by its larger society.

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THE MATCHED-GUISE
  • The Matched-Guise Test is a sociolinguistic experi
    ment technique employed by a method and its most
    related research in two or more guises, which has
    been lately known as matched-guise or
    matched-guise model.
  • This experiment was first introduced by Lambert
    in 1960s to determine attitudes

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THE INFLUENCE FACTOR OF LANGUAGE ATTITUDE
  • According to Reagan (2002 47f.), and from an
    American point of view, the fundamental factors
    which determine a languages attitude are the
    following six factors
  • (1) the size of the languages speaker community
  • (2) the geographic spread of the language
    (including its use as a second language, or
    lingua franca)
  • (3) whether the language constitutes a heritage
    language in the local American setting
  • (4) whether the language is a language of wider
    communication
  • (5) whether the language has an established and
    recognised literary/written tradition and
  • (6) whether the language is a living or dead
    language.

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THE INSTRUMENTAL AND INTEGRATIVE LANGUAGE ATTITUDE
  • When studying language attitudes, the concept of
    motives is important. Two basic motives are
    called instrumental and integrative motives.
  • If L2 acquisition is considered as instrumental,
    the knowledge in a language is considered as a
    "passport to prestige and success". The
    speaker/learner considers the speaking/learning
    of English as functional (Ellis 1991 117).
  • On the other hand, if a learner wishes to
    identify with the target community to learn the
    language and the culture of the speakers of that
    language in order to perhaps be able to become a
    member of the group, the motivation is called
    integrative.

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  • THANKS A LOT
  • FOR YOUR GREAT ATTENTION
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