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The Curious Conundrum of the Code-switching Token Teacher - Huffington Post

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The Curious Conundrum of the Code-switching Token Teacher
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Originally used to explain language contact phenomena, in linguistics, to code-switch is to change between different languages during a single conversation.

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Que es ese code-switching?

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Code-switching, language play and difficult to translate words all mixed up in the same article.


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Code-switching Is Much More than Careless Mixing: Multilinguals Know the Rules! | Multilingual Living

Code-switching Is Much More than Careless Mixing: Multilinguals Know the Rules! | Multilingual Living | Code-Switching | Scoop.it

By Jacomine Nortier Photo credit: Ed Yourdon The reactions a few weeks ago on the Multilingual Living Facebook page to the post Language Switching with (Some interesting thoughts on code-switching (or rather code-mixing) #multilingualism...


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Reasons for (and against) Code-Switching | Sinosplice

Reasons for (and against) Code-Switching | Sinosplice | Code-Switching | Scoop.it
NPR has a blog called code switch now, and recently published an article called Five Reasons Why People Code-Switch. I recommend you read it in full if you're

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How Code-Switching Explains The World : NPR

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The way we mix languages and speech patterns is an apt metaphor for the way race, ethnicity and culture intersect in our lives. Introducing our new blog, Code Switch.


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unit 3-- language and culture

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Code switching by Kathy Hamilton

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Interesting article on language switching.

"I find it impressive to observe a group of children come together and find common ways to communicate even though not all of them are fluent in the same languages. Code switching allows them to communicate beyond the limits of a single language."


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Loan Words and Borrowing: A Kind of Code-Switching? | Multilingual Living

Loan Words and Borrowing: A Kind of Code-Switching? | Multilingual Living | Code-Switching | Scoop.it

By Jacomine Nortier Photo credit: Beatrice Murch A few weeks ago I wrote about code-switching. People who switch back and forth between languages are more (Loan Words and Borrowing: A Kind of Code-Switching?


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Behind Classroom Code Switching: Layering and Language Choice in L2 Learner Interaction | Hancock McDonald ELT

Behind Classroom Code Switching: Layering and Language Choice in L2 Learner Interaction | Hancock McDonald ELT | Code-Switching | Scoop.it

TESOL Quarterly vol 31, No 2. Summer 1997Mark Hancock

 

This article examines the code switching that goes on during group work in language classes in which the learners share an L1. The author argues that the discourse produced in these circumstances is layered as a result of the participants' oscillating between a literal and a nonliteral frame (Goffman, 1974). Discourse produced in the literal frame is termed off-record and is concerned with negotiation between the learners. Discourse in the literal frame is on-record and is performed to be overheard by a referee (a potential L2 audience). The author suggests that the significance of language choice behaviour differs across these two levels, and teachers concerned with increasing the quantity and quality of L2 production in group work must take this difference into account.


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Codeswitching in the second language classroom - L1 or L2, when and why?

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A language question - Times of Malta

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A language question
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I believe our current language debate – on whether the Maltese are bilingual or ignorant of any language – is missing this. Joseph Brincat is the only authority who has consistently weighed in to point ...
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