THE USE OF FIVE WH-QUESTIONS IN COMPOSING NARRATIVE TEXTS IN PATHWAY TO ENGLISH BOOK BY ERLANGGA

MULYONO, (2015) THE USE OF FIVE WH-QUESTIONS IN COMPOSING NARRATIVE TEXTS IN PATHWAY TO ENGLISH BOOK BY ERLANGGA. Bachelor thesis, IAIN Syekh Nurjati Cirebon.

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Abstract

FITRIA-1410130169: THE USE OF FIVE WH-QUESTIONS IN COMPOSING NARRATIVE TEXTS IN PATHWAY TO ENGLISH BOOK BY ERLANGGA In education, writing is one of students‘ activity. There are many reasons to write, both in and outside class. Firstly, writing gives more ‗thinking time‘ than they attempt spontenous conversation. It is the obligation of students to study in or outside class. Not only for the students but also for all of people who want to write an essay, pharagraph, a story (narrative text, descriptive text) and so on. The students get the problems to make narrative text. When the teacher gives an explanation about narrative text, they understand it, but they can not answer the questions from its narrative story text. The questions in narrative texts is information question or five wh-questions. Question is a sentence that need answer or information. In this explanation we focus on the written language. We use questions to ask information and also for requests, suggestions, offers, etc. There are three kinds of questions in English: Yes/No Questions. These are simple question eliciting the answer yes or no only. Attached (Tag) Questions. These are also yes/no questions, but the special form into which they are put shows which of these two answer is actually expected. Interrogative-Word Questions. These are questions that elicit specific information-a person, place, time, etc. Five wh-questions are what, who, when, where, why and how. These words are the words that in five wh-qiestions. Wh-question is the question that its form can be used in every text. The aims of research are to know the type of wh-questions commonly used in Narrative Texts in Pathway to English Book by Erlangga and to know the function of wh-questions that the researcher found in its Narrative Texts in Pathway to English Book by Erlangga. The method of this research is qualitative research and used content analysis. The technique for collecting data in this research is collecting, reducing, presenting and concluding. Technique for analysis data is consist of four steps. The steps are collecting, coding, presenting and concluding and by using study document. The result are the use of who is the highest than the use of what, where, when, how, the use of how is the rare and the use of why is the lowest in the narrative text in pathway to English book by Erlangga and The use of function of who as subject of question is the highest, the use of the function of what as object is the rare and the use of function of what as activity of question and the use of function of how using with much are the lowest because the use of function of what as activity and how using with much in question is just one in its narrative texts in Pathway to English book by Erlangga. Key words: The Use of type and function of five wh-questions.

Item Type: Thesis (Bachelor)
Subjects: Pendidikan > Pendidikan (Umum) > Model Pembelajaran
Divisions: Fakultas Ilmu Tarbiyah dan Keguruan > 3. Tadris Bahasa Inggris
Depositing User: rosyidah rosyidah rosyidah
Date Deposited: 12 May 2017 03:01
Last Modified: 12 May 2017 03:01
URI: http://repository.syekhnurjati.ac.id/id/eprint/2890

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