Investigating Iranian EFL learners’ attitudes toward teachers’ code switching
Abdolmanafi Rokni, Seyed Jalal
PublisherUniversidad de Córdoba, UCOPress
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Code switching is defined as change in language teaching to help learners understand the EFL points. Code switching can be enjoyed at different times in the EFL classes by the teachers and may be as a safe help to understand and comprehend the points and materials. The present paper is to analyze and study the Iranian learners’ attitudes toward teachers’ code switching in EFL classrooms. The researchers enjoyed a questionnaire adopted from a study done by Yao (2011). The questionnaire had 20 items in different topics. The learners’ attitudes toward the questionnaire’s items were stated in percentage form. The findings showed that most of the learners had a positive look toward code switching by their teachers because some EFL points are really difficult to understand and it is better to change the language of teaching and help learners achieve the EFL points.