Code-Switching in Classroom Teaching
Code-switching refers to the way of communication that bridges two or more
linguistic variet ies to resister in a single conversat ion. Especially, in secondary
level class-room teachings in English medium schools, ode-switching, for this
particular research, has been analyzed and interpreted to conclude that among
innumerable reasons deliberately or unknowingly the environment of the
classroom mainly feels the echo of code-switching to facilitate understanding
for the students. Code-switching, however, is the need of the teachers.
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