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APPLIED LINGUISTICS

RESEARCH PERSPECTIVE ON NON-NATIVE


ENGLISH SPEAKING EDUCATORS
&
SOURCES, METHODS AND TRIANGULATION IN
NEED ANALYSIS
GROUP III
RIAS WITA SURYANI

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RINI SEPTA ANGGRAINI 16178038


YULIA SUSPITA

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RESEARCH PERSPECTIVE ON NON-NATIVE ENGLISH


SPEAKING EDUCATORS
To Label / Not to Label
Native speaker (NES) > People who learned a language naturally from
childhood as first language.
Native speaker of English > the ideal teacher >

better linguistics models

have the ability to use language more fluency and idiomatically

aware of the culture connotations

rely on intuition to make accurate linguistics judgment

Non native speaker (NNES) > People who acquire the features attributes to
native speakers through professional training.

Self Perception of Non Native English Speaking Educators


The specific areas:
The relation between NNES educators perceptions of their language
proficiency and their instructional practices
The role that NNES educators play in the L2 classroom:

The relationship between language proficiency and professionalism

The role of race and language status in relation to the ideal English teacher

Other Perceptions of Non-Native


English Speaking Educator

Looking to the Future

Development the students


attitude

Dealing with NNES label

Relation to accents and a high


degree accuracy

Other perceptions of
NNES education at a
preliminary stage

Ideal English teacher

SOURCES, METHODS AND TRIANGULATION IN NEED


ANALYSIS
NA and Social Engineering
The process of NA us often performed by outsiders whose information comes from
institutions with clearly defined expectations of they want the workers/students to
do

Orientations in NA for the Workplace: Sources and Methods


Efficient methods and sources of information for NA for the workplace :
Job
description
manual

Job site
observatio
ns

Taperecording

Surveys

Specific
questions

When the Need Arises for NA Beyond the Workplace


Goldstein (1992) provides an account of female factory workers learning
English as a second language.

The study
To find out whether language was needed to perform the tasks,
whiter the maids perceived this need and to what extent the lack of
language abilities might have affected their performance

To identify the needs and wants of both the maids and the
institutional representatives, to interpret any discrepancies

Methodology

Methods

Sources

Participant observations
Unstructured interviews
Written questionnaires

3 Housekeepers
Human resources person
Executive housekeepers
Various supervisors and housekeeper
assistant
Task force weekly
Morning briefing
Housekeeping room
Documents

Triangulations and Comparisons of Sources and Methods


Participant observation
the most useful method > identifying more sources and triangulation
allowed to identification of the most reliable
Unstructured interview
more and better quality information than questionnaires

Questionnaires

little information related to language and task