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Teaching Shona In English/Shona: Ideological Challenges And Implications- Whither UZ & MASU?
This paper investigates ideological challenges and implications associated with two models in the teaching and learning of Shona at university level. The UZ model involves the use of English as a medium of instruction ...
Harare Shona Slang: A Linguistic Study
(University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2000)
This article discussed the linguistic origins and forms of the Shona language and examines words and phrases that are normally used casually in Harare. It illustrates that slang is a informal language that generally follows ...
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 experimental study into theuse of computers for teaching of composition writing in English at Prince Edward School in Harare
(Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research, 2009-03)
Selective Impairment in First Language with Preserved Second Language Articulation: A Case Study
(University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2001)
In this article, we report the case of patient KK who, following cerebral infection, appears to have lost communicative ability in her first language but can communicate effectively in a second language. In experiments ...