Analysis of English Code Switching by Lecturer in Public Speaking Class of English Education Study Program at Muhammadiyah Kotabumi University
Abstract: Code switching is a transition from one language to another and a common phenomenon in bilingual society. This research discussed the practice of code switching carried out by lecturer of the Public Speaking course. The purpose of this research was to analyze the types, functions, and reasons what Public Speaking lecturer used during the teaching and learning process in the classroom. The data in this research were obtained from the analysis of the lecturer of the Public Speaking course through observations and interview used qualitative descriptive methods. The results of the analysis of this research indicated that there were three types of code switching that occurred: Tag-Switching 23 times, Inter-sentential Switching 71 times, and Intra-sentential Switching 57 times, and the types that occured most often was Inter-Sentential Switching 71 times. There were 3 code switching functions that found in this research: Topic Switch 11 times, Affective Function 19 times, and Repetitive Function 24 times. There were also found 4 reasons for the practiced of code switching carried out by Public Speaking lecturer: Talking about Particular topics, Interjection, Repetition for Clarification, and Intention of Clarifying. Furthermore, this article is expected to contribute in knowledge related to code switching for further research.
Keywords: Code Switching, Bilingual, Speaking