Incorporate the quotation from Willis in the text at a suitable point. Decide on a suitable place to include the quotation. Make any changes necessary to the text.
If the students start speaking in their own language without your permission ... it generally means that something is wrong with the lesson.
(J. Willis (1993). In a book titled Teaching English Through English, published in Harlow by Longman in 1983. This quotation is from page xiv.)
Teachers and researchers in English as a second language have, on the whole, been concerned to minimize code-switching in the classroom, taking it that the switching either indicates a failure to learn the target language or an unwillingness to do so.
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