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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: LANGUAGE ASSESSMENT
2015 An inter-province study of language and literacy paradigms and practices in foundation phase classrooms in Limpopo and Gauteng
Informal conversations, scholarly debates, research reports, academic journal articles and books have been dealing increasingly with reading...
This current Part-1 report serves as an extension report for Cohort 1 over a two-year period (2013-2014/5). The companion report for the rep...Download this report
2015 Hope for rebuilding language foundations: part 2: replication in a second cohort: evidence after one year (2015)
Rather than a repetition of what was said in May last year in the first impact report after completion of one year's learner generation inte...Download this report
2013 The role of language and literacy in preparing South African learners for educational success: lessons learnt from a classroom study in Limpopo province
According to the National Education Policy Act (No. 27 of 1996) and the South African Schools Act (No. 84 of 1996), the underlying principle...Download this report