MULTILINGUALISM IN THE CLASSROOM, teaching and learning in a challenging context

: Omidire (M.) ed.

R 300.00
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240pp., illus., map, paperback, Cape Town, 2019


A collection of essays that focus on the need for teaching and learning pedagogies to address the complexities and dynamics of multilingual classrooms.

Contributions include:
"Caring for Young Children's Literacy Development in a Multilingual Context" by Melanie Moen, Anienie Veldsman and Hannelie du Preez
"Using Technology as a Resource for Teaching and Learning in Multilingual Classrooms" by Tony John Mays
"Disparities Between Reading Fluency and Comprehension: what do we miss?" by Margaret Funke Omidire and Anna-Barbara du Plessis
"South Africa's Language Identity Struggle in Educaton: the historical factor" by Kolawole Samuel Adeyemo and Ophélie RL Dangbégnom
"Improving the Implementation of South African Laws Relating to Multilingualism in Education" by Kolapo Omidire.

Margaret Funke Omidire is a senior lecturer in the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Pretoria.