An Analysis of Informative Speaking on Kakenya Ntaiya’s Speech: A Girl Who Demanded School

Rinda, Renata Kenanga and Rohmana, Wahyu Indah Mala and Indrastana, Nodistya Septian (2020) An Analysis of Informative Speaking on Kakenya Ntaiya’s Speech: A Girl Who Demanded School. Journal of English Language Teaching and Learning (JETLE), 1 (1). pp. 21-26. ISSN 2686-665X

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Transferring people idea can be accomplished through informative speaking. There are four types of it which are speaking about objects, processes, events, and concepts. In achieving a good informative speaking, five parameters should be fulfilled which are do not overestimate what the audience knows, relate the subject directly to the audiences, do not be too technical, avoid abstractions, and personalize the idea of the speakers. Dealing with that, this paper aimed at analyzing the types of Kakenya Ntaiya’s Speech entitled A Girl Who Demanded School and describing its content with the five parameters of good informative speaking mentioned previously. Descriptive analysis was implemented with video recording transcription as the data source. The findings show that Kakenya Ntaiya spoke about events. By the end, it is concluded that her speech mets the five criteria of good informative speaking.

Item Type: Article
AuthorRinda, Renata Kenanga2019059003
AuthorRohmana, Wahyu Indah Mala2030109201
AuthorIndrastana, Nodistya Septian0722098802
Subjects: 500 - Rumpun Ilmu Bahasa > 530 - Ilmu Bahasa Asing > 531 - Sastra (dan Bahasa) Inggris
Divisions: Jurusan Bahasa, Komunikasi dan Pariwisata > Prodi D3 Bahasa Inggris > Publikasi
Depositing User: Renata Kenanga Rinda
Date Deposited: 26 Apr 2023 06:38
Last Modified: 26 Apr 2023 06:38

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