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Teaching experiences of language educators in selected grade ten multilingual classrooms.
This study explores teaching experiences of language educators in multilingual classrooms in urban schools. Urban school populations have drastically changed since 1994. There has been gravitation towards former model C ...
Critiquing representation : the case of an academic literacy course in an engineering faculty in a South African university.
What does it mean to be academically literate? Responses to this question have led to an explosion of research in the field of applied linguistics, yet the diversity of definitions proposed in the literature for the concept ...
English studies and language teaching : epistemological access and discursive critique in South Africa.
This study investigates ways in which English Studies at Rhodes University, the University of the Witwatersrand, the University of Natal, and the University of Sydney responded to linguistic and academic literacy needs of ...
Language matters in a rural commercial farm community : exploring language use and implementation of the language-in-education policy.
The release of the Language-in-Education Policy (LiEP) in July 1997 marked a fundamental and almost radical break from the state-driven language policy of the apartheid government, to one that recognizes cultural diversity ...
School language change led by internal change agents : interrogating the sustainability of school language change initiatives.
Amid the dearth of implementation of South Africa’s post-apartheid Language-in-education policy which encourages multilingualism and recognizes the value of instruction in the home language of learners, internal change ...