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Teaching English in Zimbabwe Secondary Schools: The Importance of Preparation
(University of Zimbabwe, Human Resources Research Centre, 1991-11)
This paper reports on a survey that was carried out in 1988 -1989 on the teaching of English in Zimbabwean secondary schools with special emphasis on the teachers' preparation for their lessons. First the school, teachers' ...
An Historical Study of a Selection of the White Rhodesian Novel in English, 1890 TO 1994: Content and Character.
This thesis, whose materials were gathered through library and archival research, examines a selection of English novels written by white Rhodesians between 1890 and 1994. In the introductory chapter reasons are given for ...
The Difficulties of Teaching Poetry
(University of Zimbabwe, Department of Teacher Education, 1991-03)
This article discusses the problems of teaching poetry in Zimbabwean secondary schools. It is based on a survey of teachers of English done in 1988. Their answers to questions asked do confirm that poetry teaching is ...
Gender Issues in Selected Shona Female-Authored Novels
(College Press, 2006)
Literature and Liberation....the Second Phase Shimmer Chinodya's Harvest of Thorns
(James Currey, 1996)
Reading in Zimbabwe
(University of Zimbabwe, Department of Education, 2002)
Men and Women: Gender Issues in Tsitsi Dangarembga's Nervous Conditions and She No Longer Weeps
(James Currery Ltd, 1996)
Tsitsi Dangarembga's Nervous Conditions: An Attempt in the Feminist Tradition
(University of Zimbabwe Publications, 1994)
This article discusses Tsitsi Dangarembga's Nervous Conditions as an attempt in the feminist tradition. It begins by examining the meanings of the words 'gender" 'female', 'feminist' and 'feminine' and then goes on to ...
Patriotism and the Zimbabwean School Child
(University of Zimbabwe, Department of Teacher Education, 1993)
Women in Mungoshi's Short Stories
(Prestige Books, 2006)