Kebutuhan Pembelajaran Bahasa Bali Siswa Sekolah Dasar Di Daerah Tingkat I Provinsi Bali
Beratha, Ni Luh Sutjiati
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This article discusses the needs of studying and learning processes of Balinese for primary student in Bali Province. From the research findings, it was discovered that the Balinese primary students’ proficiency is very poor and the goal of teaching Balinese is very urgent since its usage is getting rare. The scope of using Balinese involves the society, household, schools,, and psychosocial backgrounds like religions, brotherhood, relax, formal, politics, and ethics. Further, from the three domains of Balinese usage, it could be identified the communicants who speak Balinese and the social relations of those speakers, that is, high x low, and parallel. The communication instrumentality of primary students in rural areas, 1st– 4th classes are very productive at spoken language and written language for primary students of 1st and 3rd classes are receptive. For primary students at urban areas, the spoken language of 1st and 2nd classes is receptive and it is more productive for 3rd -4th classes. For written language its result is the same with the primary students in the country, that is, receptive on 1st – 3rd classes and it is getting more productive after the 4th classes. The communication mode of Balinese consists of monolog and dialogue and its communication channel is divided into three categories, that is, very important, important, and unimportant. The Balinese style that needs to be taught to primary students is standard style. The communication events consist of speech situation and speech acts that involve the society, household and school domains.