BILINGUALISM IN CHILDREN’S LITERATURE ENTITLED 25 BEAUTIFUL FRIENDSHIP

Authors

  • Muhammad Adek Universitas Negeri Padang
  • Lilia Zahra Asifa Universitas Negeri Padang

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37301/culingua.v1i1.1

Keywords:

bilingualism, children literature, 25 beautiful friendship

Abstract

Indonesia is one of the countries that has implemented a bilingual education program through English lessons since entry level. Therefore, this study aims to describe the effect of bilingual education on children’s language used. The object of research is a novel entitled 25 Beautiful Friendship by Annisa Zhahrotushama Balqis. Data description is managed by showing facts related to the influence of bilingualism (foreign language) on the language used by the author in her novel, such as giving names of titles, characters, places, food items, events and others. Based on the findings and results of the analysis above, it can be concluded that the massive teaching of foreign languages such as English into basic-level education has a significant impact on the way children convey their feelings and experiences in verbal communication.

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