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Language acquisition occurs both formally (at school) and naturally (in the child’s natural environment outside the classroom).
While children acquire language proficiency outside the classroom in a free, code switching and relaxed mood, language acquisition in the classroom is constrained by rigid purist rules that render language learning artificial and stressful.
Readers are accompanied throughout the book in the following ways: • Theoretical underpinning that offer background to the notion of code switching • South African language policies • Pedagogical importance of code switching • Presents chapters on background, methodology, findings and recommendations The author provides guidance to researchers and language practitioners on possibilities of employing code switching as a language teaching strategy, thus making this book an invaluable resource to language practitioners of today’s multilingual and multicultural societies.
Dr Sister Lunnie Songxaba is a Head of Department at Walter Sisulu University in the Eastern Cape (RSA).
Throughout her teaching career, she has taught Afrikaans at High School, College of Education and university.
She obtained D Ed in Language Teaching.
She is involved in the teaching and supervision of postgraduate students.
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