Error analysis of the jeep start 1 students’ second language production

Authors

  • Juharto Lidasan Usop

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.46932/sfjdv3n2-055

Keywords:

error analysis, phonology, syntax, descriptive – comparative, descriptive statistics, department of education, philippines

Abstract

The study aimed to examine the errors of the JEEP Start 1 students in second language production in relation to their language background at Cotabato City State Polytechnic College during the school year 2016-2017.  This study used the descriptive – comparative design. The students’ language spoken at home and the type of school attended in basic education shall be correlated with the errors of JEEP Start 1 students in second language production. The researcher utilized the oral reading test and communicative speaki1ng test. The data were collected from 25 pre-selected third Year College students of CCSPC enrolled in the College of Education. The study covered error analysis of the JEEP Start 1 students’ second language production. This study was solely conducted at Cotabato City State Polytechnic College which is located at Sinsuat Avenue, Cotabato City. It is also included the significant relationship of the identified skills. The subjects of the study were oriented by the researcher about the nature of activity. It is concluded that the degree of errors of the JEEP Start 1 students in phonology and syntax can’t be predicted by their gender and language spoken at home.

Published

2022-03-29