A Tentative Analysis of Code-Switching in College Bilingual Education
The study sets out to investigate the issue of teacher code-switching and its implications for college bilingual education. This paper examines the purposes and reasons of code-switching and how code-switching is used as a communicative strategy in a bilingual teaching classroom.
Key words: Code-switching; Bilingual teaching; Case study
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