Journal of Business, Education and Law, Vol 15, No 1 (2010)

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The Use of Bahasa Indonesia (Monolingualism) and English (Bilingualism) in the Teaching of Physics: A Comparative Study

Ana Marie T. Elecanal


Today parochialism has been minimized in the social, political, economic, and educational aspects of life. Being more globalize, the world has created a need for international communication that keeps growing in networks and in speed. This international communication is realized in English, a language which has become an international language. In some countries like Indonesia, people use as ESL, or even as English as a Third Language, which is used with various dialects resulting in diversity in cultures.

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