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Teachers’ Understanding and Attitudes towards the Eclectic Method to Language Teaching in Zambia. J. Educ. Manage. Stud., 7(1): 01-15.;

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  title={Teachers’ Understanding and Attitudes towards the Eclectic Method to Language Teaching in Zambia. J. Educ. Manage. Stud., 7(1): 01-15.;},
  author={David Sani Mwanza},
  year={2017}
}
Zambia is a multilingual country and it is estimated that it has 73 dialects which can be collapsed into between 30 to 45 languages. English is the only officially sanctioned language for administration, commerce, judiciary and the media. It is the only compulsory language subject in the country and the sole medium of classroom instruction from grade 5 to University. Due to its hegemonic role and status, communicative competence in English is a must if one has to excel in official domains. As… 

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