The importance of regulating the balance between source and target language in the classroom

Автор: Jumanova K.G.

Журнал: Экономика и социум @ekonomika-socium

Рубрика: Основной раздел

Статья в выпуске: 7 (86), 2021 года.

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This research points out that maintaining the balance between target and source language using in the foreign language classrooms. Notably, teachers’ language use during target language instruction appears to have little connection to the amount of teacher experience [1]. Allowing any language resource during language instruction may reflect authentic language use. Therefore, it is the foreign language teacher’s main responsibility to be aware of new methods and technologies in teaching for providing students’ speaking in target language more during the lesson.

Source language, target language, foreign language teaching, native language, the use of source language

Короткий адрес: https://readera.org/140260673

IDR: 140260673

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