Analysis of Ethnolinguistic Knowledge of Elementary School Teachers in Indonesia

Syahrial ., Ahmad Hariandi, Nur Amalina, Dwi Agus Kurniawan


Ethnolinguistics in the learning perspective is the knowledge that teachers have about regional languages that are related or included in learning. This study aims to determine the ethnolinguistic knowledge of classroom teachers in Indonesia Elementary School, to know the ways and obstacles experienced by teachers in implementing ethnolinguistics in-class learning at Indonesia primary school. This study uses the mix methods approach with the sequential explanatory design. The sample in this study were 18 teachers. The sampling technique used purposive sampling. The quantitative data collection technique used was in the form of a questionnaire. Qualitative data collection techniques used are interviews and document analysis. The questionnaire data shows that elementary school teachers in Indonesia have ethnolinguistic knowledge in the less good category with an average of 30.72. Interview data obtained results about the ways teachers use ethnolinguistics in the classroom in terms of 4 aspects and data on the constraints of teachers in implementing ethnolinguistics can be viewed from five aspects.

Keywords: ethnolinguistic, regional language, implementation, teachers, elementary school.

DOI: 10.7176/JEP/10-2-03

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