PRACTICING CODE MIXING IN TEACHING ENGLISH IN HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOLS
Keywords:Code mixing, Teaching of English, Code Exchanging, ESL Teachers.
The Present article investigates the Effectiveness of Mixing of code in teaching English at the secondary stage. In the study of Linguistics, switching of code is a transition of words of one language to another in the form of sentence. The present study shows the type of a single sentence which is so called intra-sentential switching of code. The study captivated to determine the significance of mixing of code in the classes of English Language and attitude of teachers and students towards the use of mixing of code. This research is based on the qualitative and quantitative paradigm particularly mixing of code in a useful teaching strategy for language learners. The researchers has designed two questionnaires, one questionnaire is for the teachers and the other for
the students to collect the responses of both regarding the mixing of code. To reach at the definite conclusion, percentage was calculated to determine the students’ and teachers’ attitudes regarding effectiveness of mixingthe code in teaching English. Finally, the results of the study demonstrate
pivotal role in the blending of words into another language. Moreover, the findings of the study suggest that mixing of code is widely used by English as Second Language (ESL) teachers.
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