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Metalinguistic awareness in a group of KwaZulu-Natal beginner readers.
This study evaluates beginner readers on three aspects of metalinguistic awareness as measured by Metalinguistic Awareness Interview Schedule (Dreher & Zenge, 1990), the understanding of reading as a meaning-gathering ...
The transmission of oral tradition in religious and domestic contexts among South African Tamil Indians.
This study attempts to discuss the transmission of oral tradition in religious and domestic contexts among the Indian Tamil Hindu people of South Africa. In chapter one, the focus of this study, as well as some reasons ...
An investigation of the impact of new English language texts upon the classroom practice of teachers in two ex-Department of Education and Training (DET) primary schools.
This dissertation studies the impact on classroom practice, of the unaided use of new English Language texts, based on the TASC ( Thinking Actively in a Social Context) approach, Thinking Skills and Communicative Language ...
Non-formal education : assessment of need and development of a provision model.
The present debates over strategies to construct a non-racial democratic education system for South Africa concur that non-formal education is an indispensable complement of formal education. Formal education alone is not ...
Parental involvement in a rural residential special school : a case study.
This study investigates the work that is currently being done to promote contact between home and school at a residential school situated in a rural area of KwaZulu- Natal. The school serves primary school children with ...
On chain domains, prime rings and torsion preradicals.
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Aspects of spherically symmetric cosmological models.
In this thesis we consider spherically symmetric cosmological models when the shear is nonzero and also cases when the shear is vanishing. We investigate the role of the Emden-Fowler equation which governs the behaviour ...
Transkei College of Education lecturers' perceptions of principles guiding the quality assurance policy of the college's academic programme.
The aim of this study was to determine the views of the Transkei College of Education (TCE) lecturers concerning the principles that should guide a quality assurance (QA) policy of the academic programme of the institution. ...
Occupational stress factors as perceived by secondary school teachers.
There is a growing body of evidence that occupational stress is a problem for a significant number of teachers. Teacher stress has a detrimental effect not only on the physical and mental well-being of teachers, but on ...