Teaching English as an international language has been burgeoned in many countries among which Iran is included. In the context of Tabriz, a county in East Azerbaijan Province of Iran, there are so many language institutes where students of different ages learn English as a foreign language. One important fact that is usually neglected in these classes is the issue of codeswitching which seems to be very important since the teachers and the students are multilingual. This book can inform the principals of institutes, the teachers, and the students about codeswitching especially classroom codeswitching; provide them with information about types of classroom codeswitching and motivational determinants that contribute to codeswitching use, and help them know about different positive and negative attitudes toward codeswitching.
Shahla Nazeri received her BA degree in English Language and Literature and MA degree in English Language Teaching from Azarbaijan Shahid Madani University, Tabriz, Iran. Her research interests include Sociolinguistics, English Language Teaching, and Curriculum Design.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Codeswitching, Types of Classroom Codeswitching, Motivational determinants of Classroom Codeswitching, Attitudes Toward Classroom Codeswitching, English Language Institutes
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