BILINGUAL STYLE: A COUNTER PRODUCTIVE STRATEGY IN TARGET LANGUAGE Classrooms (Report) - Journal of Gender and Social Issues

BILINGUAL STYLE: A COUNTER PRODUCTIVE STRATEGY IN TARGET LANGUAGE Classrooms (Report)

By Journal of Gender and Social Issues

  • Release Date: 2009-06-30
  • Genre: Social Science
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Byline: Malik Ajmal Gulzar ABSTRACT This article explores the issue of how teachers' use of code switching (i.e., language alternation or language exchange between two languages) can be a counter productive for students in the EFL classrooms. As a matter of fact, the interaction between teachers and students is often in the form of bilingual discourse in EFL classrooms in Pakistan. The study started with the researchers' intentions to gain understanding of how teachers' bilingual style provided leverage to students for changing the code of discourse.

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