Code-switching in ESL classrooms of Malaysian Premier Polytechnics

Published: 25 October 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/54hr8zjx8r.1
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Mazlin Mohamed Mokhtar

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The data was collected using a mixed method study of convergent parallel design, conducted using classroom observations, interviews and questionnaires to triangulate the data obtained from the three Premier Polytechnics in Malaysia, which involved nine lecturers and 183 students.

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The data was collected using a mixed method study of convergent parallel design to triangulate the data obtained from the three Premier Polytechnics in Malaysia, which involved nine lecturers and 183 students. The data was acquired through a survey for students (analysed using SPSS), classroom observations (analysed using Nvivo) to identify the code-switching used and their functions in the classroom, and interview sessions with the lecturers after the classroom observations (analysed using Nvivo).

Institutions

Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris Fakulti Bahasa dan Komunikasi, University of Auckland, Politeknik Ungku Omar, Politeknik Sultan Azlan Shah

Categories

Education, Sociolinguistics Variation, Bilingualism

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