IDENTIFYING THE FEATURES OF TEACHERS’ VERBAL VIOLENCE IN ACEH SCHOOL
The present study identifies the features of verbal violence uttered by the teachers to students in two schools in Lhokseumawe Aceh. The design of this study was qualitative research with a phenomenology paradigm. The data of this study were in the oral utterances of teachers to students who represented verbal violence in learning at school. The data collection methods were observation and in-depth interviews to find out directly the features of teacher's violent words and phrases to students at school. The findings of this study indicated that verbal violence of teachers to the students ranged from insulting on the human body parts, addressing nicknames on animals and spirits, harassing, threatening, and cursing the students. The practical implication of the study for language teachers or students in Aceh and other parts of Indonesia is that teachers’ spoken language should communicate especially in educational settings at school.
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