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Research outputs: LANGUAGE TEACHING
Teachers are the primary channel through which learners acquire academic knowledge. In classrooms, language is the key to communication and ...Download this report
Teaching literacy can be challenging within the multilingual context of South Africa where schools also exhibit much diversity in resource a...Download this report
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...