240 mm x 160 mm
Educational Challenges in Multilingual Societies
By Z Desai, M Qorro & B Brock-Utne
This book is the sixth in a series of books from the LOITASA (Language of Instruction in Tanzania and South Africa) project and reflects the work done in the sixth year of the project. This book has its main focus research carried out in South Africa and Tanzania on the language of instruction issue.
Complexities of languages and multilingualism in postcolonial predicaments
Fernando Rosa Ribeiro
Reclaiming the common sense
Policy on the language of instruction issue in Africa – a spotlight on South Africa and Tanzania
Laissez-faire approaches to language in education policy do not work in South Africa
Taught language or talked language: Second language teaching strategies in an isiXhosa Beginners’ class at the University of Cape Town
Turnallocation and learner participation in grade four science lessons in isiXhosa and English
The use of ICT in South African classrooms and the double literacy trap
A critical evaluation of selected textbooks used in teaching standard six mathematics, Kiswahili and English in selected Kiswahili and English-medium primary schools in Tanzania
What is the difference in achievement of learners in selected Kiswahili and English-medium primary schools in Tanzania?
What is the difference in the quality of education provided by government and private primary schools in Tanzania?
Julitha Cecilia John
A comparative appraisal of teaching and learning resources in private and government primary schools in Tanzania
Why is the choice of the language of instruction in which students learn best seldom made in Tanzania?
The ICT influence on the choice of language in higher education in Tanzania
Torill Aagot Halvorsen
The prospects for and possible implications of teaching African Philosophy in Kiswahili in East Africa
Birgit Brock-Utne and Azaveli Lwaitama