- ... __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Yahoo! Health - Feel better, live better http://health.yahoo.comMessage 1 of 4 , Aug 2, 2002View Source--- Jim Wilce <jim.wilce@...> wrote:
> >I am writing an essay in code-switching in the__________________________________________________
> secondary classroom.
> >Why do students code-switch? How can teachers
> utilise code-switching
> >in instruction?
> >Can you recommend any articles or texts?
> I would recommend three by Ben Rampton:
> Rampton, Ben
> 1995 Language Crossing and the Problematisation of
> Ethnicity and Socialisation. Pragmatics
> 1999 Deutsch in Inner London and the Animation of
> Instructed Foreign Language. Journal of
> Sociolinguistics 3(4):480-504.
> 2001 Critique in Interaction. Critique of
> Anthropology 21(1):83-107.
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- In addition to the work by Rampton, there s been a lot of research done around the world on CS in classrooms, both by teachers and students. Here areMessage 2 of 4 , Aug 7, 2002View SourceIn addition to the work by Rampton, there's been a lot of research done
around the world on CS in classrooms, both by teachers and students. Here
are references for a couple of good review articles that will give you lots
more references to follow up on if you want.
Martin-Jones, Marilyn. 1995. Code-switching in the classroom: Two decades
of research. In Lesley Milroy and Pieter Muysken, eds. One speaker,
two languages: Cross-disciplinary perspectives on code-switching.
Martin-Jones, Marilyn. 2000. Bilingual classroom research: A review of
recent research. Language Teaching 33: 1-9.
Was it a waterfall, or was it pushed?
Lisa Seidlitz, M.A., ABD
Department of Germanic Studies
University of Texas at Austin
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