ANALYSIS OF CLAUSE COMPLEX IN ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS WRITTEN BY NATIVE AND NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS

Yanuar, Eko (2013) ANALYSIS OF CLAUSE COMPLEX IN ENGLISH TEXTBOOKS WRITTEN BY NATIVE AND NON-NATIVE SPEAKERS. Skripsi Sarjana thesis, Universitas Muria Kudus.

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Clause complex is grammar’s way of showing “that” and “how” the process going together in a sequence that relates to each other. When we read an English textbook, we often find difficulties in comprehending the relationship between the clauses in a sentence that can influence the understanding of how the process of material that is read going together in a sequence that related each other. Then writer chooses to analyze clause complex in English textbooks because he assumes that there are many clause complexes which can be analyzed. In order to give new information about clause complex and to give knowledge in understanding clause complex used in English textbook written by native and non-native speakers, the writer is motivated to analyze the clause complex used in English textbooks written by native and non-native speaker in Interchange Books. The purpose of this research is to find out the kinds of taxis and logico-semantic relation that are used in English textbooks written by native and non-native speakers, and to find out how the clause complex is used in English textbooks written by native and non-native speakers. The data and data source of this research is one English textbook written by native speaker and one English textbook written by non-native speaker that are Interchange Book 3 written by native speakers published by Cambridge University Press and Intensive Course Book 3 written by non-native speakers published by FBS-UNNES. Interchange is an English book written by Jack C. Richards, Jonathan Hull, and Susan Proctor. Then Intensive Course book in an English textbook which is complied by Helena I.R. Agustien, Yan Mujiyanto, Ahmad Sofwan, Suprapto, and C. Murni W, published and printed by English Department FBS-UNNES. The writer used descriptive qualitative as the research design. Based on the analyzing the data, it was found that the kinds of taxis in English textbooks written by native and non-native speakers are paratactic and hypotactic. In English textbook written by native speakers, there are fifteen chapters that there are 96 hypotactic clauses and 37 paratactic clauses. Whereas in English textbook written by non-native speakers, there are fifteen chapters that there are 107 hypotactic clauses and 61 paratactic clauses. Meanwhile the kinds of logico-semantic relation which are used in English textbook written by non-native speakers are expansion and projection. Expansion can be classified into extension, elaboration, and enhancement. Whereas projection can be classified into locution and idea. In English textbook written by native speaker, there are 38 extension clauses, 36 elaboration clauses, 53 enhancement clauses, 14 locution clauses, and 9 idea clauses. Whereas in the English textbook written by non-native speaker, there are 50 extension clauses, 38 elaboration clauses, 54 enhancement clauses, 28 locution clauses, 17 idea clauses. The way clause complex is used in English textbooks written by native and non-native speakers are “often” to be used because the percentages around 45%-72%. The result of the calculation is 64% for English textbook written by native speakers and 71% for English textbook written by non-native speakers. For the English textbooks, English textbook written by non-native speakers has higher percentages than English textbook written by native speakers. Therefore, the writer suggests that the reader can add their knowledge and get new information about theory of clause complex that is used in English textbooks written by native and non-native speakers. Moreover the English students can enrich their knowledge about clause complex through the English textbooks written by native and non-native speakers. Meanwhile the lectures of English Education Department Teaching Training and Education Faculty Muria Kudus University can give knowledge about clause complex clearly and easily to be comprehended by students through English textbooks written by native and non-native speakers. The last the writer would like to give suggestion to further researchers, the next researchers can apply English textbooks written by native and non-native speakers as the data source to analyze clause complex that is already known that there are many clause complexes are used there.

Tipe dokumen: Skripsi (Skripsi Sarjana)
Additional Information: Advisor: (1) Atik Rokhayani, S.Pd, M.Pd., (2) Fajar Kartika, SS, M.Hum
Uncontrolled Keywords: Key word: Clause, Clause Complex, English Textbooks, Native and Non-native Speakers
Subjects: Bahasa dan sastra > Bahasa Inggris
Divisions: Fakultas Keguruan & Ilmu Pendidikan > Pendidikan Bahasa Inggris
Depositing User: Ririn Mela Safitri
Tanggal Deposit: 24 Feb 2014 06:40
Last Modified: 24 Feb 2014 06:40
URI: http://eprints.umk.ac.id/id/eprint/1813

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