PEMEROLEHAN BAHASA ANAK DI SEKOLAH DASAR

Zulkhi, Muhammad Dewa and Wardani, Riska and Oktafia, Sri Rahmah and Anggraini, Wiga and Kuntarto, Eko and Noviyanti, Silvi (2018) PEMEROLEHAN BAHASA ANAK DI SEKOLAH DASAR. Repository Unja. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

The purpose of writing this article is to find out how children get language in school, how the process of children's language division, and how the child's weaknesses in acquiring language. Language is a symbol used to communicate between other individuals. Children acquire the language through theories, stages and strategies. The background of this article is because the acquisition of language for every child has a specificity, which is in accordance with its development. Development is a series of changes in the functioning of organs that are progressive, regular, and interrelated. Development is the interaction of maturity of the central nervous system with organs that influence it include, development of the brain system (intelligence), speech, emotions, and social. All of these functions play an important role in human life as a whole. Language acquisition is a human process of getting the ability to capture, produce, and use words for understanding and communication. Language acquisition usually refers to the acquisition of the first language that studies children's acquisition of their mother tongue and not additional language acquisition by children or adults.Based on the data and discussion, it can be concluded that the acquisition of the language of the phonology of school-age children is able to function eight articulation sites well to produce consonants in Indonesian. Children in school have been able to produce vocals A, I, U, E, O clearly. The morphology of children has the ability to use various forms of words such as the original word form, affixed word shapes, repeated word forms, to communicate or tell stories with their peers. As for the plural form of words a little is found in the vocabulary used by children when telling stories to friends. The syntactic field of children has been able to compile sentences with certain patterns that are commonly used by speakers in Indonesian in general, for example the sequence pattern of SP, SPO, and SPOK functions. The benefits of this article are to find out how children acquire language in schools, and for readers to add more insight into this article. And for other researchers, namely as a comparison material in examining other linguistic aspects

Type: Article
Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Depositing User: EKO KUNTARTO
Date Deposited: 21 Dec 2018 01:48
Last Modified: 21 Dec 2018 01:48
URI: https://repository.unja.ac.id/id/eprint/6455

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