Research on strategic Code-Switching (CS) of second language learners in teaching English in English (TEE) program provides an elaborate framework for analyzing how learners manage to express themselves in spite of their limited knowledge of the target language. This research presupposes that L2 learners&apos; CS presents innovative solutions for communicative strategy, and that CS used as communicative strategy can promote L2 learners’ language acquisition. The major questions of current research involve examining the significant patterns of different functions of CS in L2 learners’ interaction and investigating L2 learners’ CS styles according to the different functions of CS. The implication of CS utility is regarded as a teaching technique in the TEE program. Recorded transcript is analyzed to trace the same pattern and the categorization of CS as well as to recognize the functions of CS and their ratio. Hence, this leads to the conclusion that learners&apos; negotiation between code selection and communication intention occurs in patterns. The learners’ CS tends to be predictable, reproductive, and systematic, as one of the language acquisition phases. Therefore, the attention to the CS in the TEE program should be redirected in communication substantiality toward the principles of pragmatics. As an additional advantage of the CS analysis, this research elaborates on a conceptual acceptance of CS as a set of learners’ strategies in the TEE program.