Influence of Filipinism to the Spoken Discourse of Selected Grade 9 Students of Los Banos National High School-Batong Malaki, Laguna, Philippines S.Y. 2020-2021


Authors : Caezar D. Pamin; Jencel Laurence V. Abaño; Maria Antonette B. Araña; Nesshir K. Babaan; Romano C. Dorado; Rhona I. Gutierrez; Leira Mae B. Pomintel; Sylah P. Ramos

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 5 - May

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This study determines the influence of Filipinism such as the code switching and borrowing and how these influences affect the spoken discourse at home setting and classroom setting. The researcher sought answers to the following research problems as (1) What is the mean level of influence of Filipinism to the respondents in terms of Code switching and Borrowing (2) What is the mean level of Spoken discourse of the respondents in terms of Home setting and Classroom Setting (3) Is there a significant relationship between the influence of Filipinism to the spoken discourse of the respondents? The researcher used forty-four (44) selected grade 9 students of Los Banos National High School- Batong Malaki as the respondents of this study. In gathering data the questionnaire was in a google form, answers were collected, tallied and tabulated. Data gathered was statistically treated using mean and standard deviation. To determine the relationship Pearson-r was used. The influence of Filipinism on code switching is 3.80, while the mean influence of Filipinism on borrowing is 3.74, both of which are interpreted as high. The spoken discourse of the respondents in terms of Home Setting is 3.66 while in the classroom setting is 3.92 which are both High. The calculated R-value of 0.324 for the home setting and the calculated R-value of 501 for the classroom setting show that there is a significant correlation between the influence of Filipinism on the code switching and the spoken discourse of the respondents. In addition, the calculated R-value of 0.512 for the classroom shows a significant correlation between the influence of Filipinism on credit and the spoken discourse of the respondents. However, the calculated R value is 0.202 for the home shows that there is no significant connection between the loan and the spoken discourse of the respondents. The researchers concluded that the respondents use Filipino and English interchangeably in everyday situations to express themselves more clearly and to enable others to understand them better. The R-value for both settings elicits the significant relationship between the influence of Filipinism and the spoken discourse. As a result, the researchers recommend that the students should get used to reading plenty of books and other reading materials to expand their vocabulary in English or Filipino. Teachers, especially language teachers, may always remind students to use a specific language and avoid switching between languages. to another during his class to have a good command of the language

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