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Language Culture & Curriculum 16(2)

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  • Don Osborn
    The TOC for Language Culture & Curriculum 16(2) was posted in message 120 on 7/26/04 (I m still catching up...). This issue focuses on Africa. One article - by
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      The TOC for Language Culture & Curriculum 16(2) was posted in message
      120 on 7/26/04 (I'm still catching up...). This issue focuses on
      Africa. One article - by Felix Banda - specifically adresses
      multiliteracies (in South Africa). DZO


      Date: Wed, 31 Mar 2004 04:34:26 -0500 (EST)
      From: marketing <marketing@...>
      Subject: Language Culture & Curriculum Vol 16 No 2 2003

      Publisher: Multilingual Matters http://www.multilingual-matters.com/

      Journal Title: Language Culture & Curriculum
      Volume Number: 16
      Issue Number: 2
      Issue Date: 2003

      Subtitle: New Language Bearings in Africa: A Fresh Quest

      Main text:

      Special Issue: New Language Bearings in Africa: A Fresh Quest
      Guest edited by Margaret Jepkirui Muthwii and Angelina Nduku Kioko

      Contents

      Margaret Jepkirui Muthwii and Angelina Nduku Kioko: Editorial: A
      Fresh Quest for New Language Bearings in Africa

      Felix Banda: A Survey of Literacy Practices in Black and Coloured
      Communities in South Africa: Towards a Pedagogy of Multiliteracies

      Angelina Nduku Kioko and Margaret Jepkirui Muthwii: English Variety
      for the Public Domain in Kenya: Speakers' Attitudes and Views

      Remi Sonaiya: The Globalisation of Communication and the African
      Foreign Language User

      Paul M. Musau: Linguistic Human Rights in Africa: Challenges and
      Prospects for Indigenous Languages in Kenya

      Rosalie Finlayson and Sarah Slabbert: "What turns you on!": An
      Exploration of Urban South African Xhosa and Zulu Youth Texts

      Robinah Kyeyune: Challenges of Using English as a Medium of
      Instruction in the Multilingual Contexts: A View from Ugandan
      Classrooms

      Wale Adegbite: Enlightenment and Attitudes of the Nigerian Elite on
      the Roles of Languages in Nigeria

      Kembo-Sure: Establishing a National Standard and English Language
      Curriculum Change in Kenya

      Mompoloki M. Bagwasi: The Functional Distribution of Setswana and
      English in Botswana

      Anna M. Kishe: Kiswahili as Vehicle of Unity and Development in the
      Great Lakes Region

      G.O. Simire: Developing and Promoting Multilingualism in Public Life
      and Society in Nigeria

      Modoupe M. Alimi and Sibonile Ellece: Course Design and Testing in an
      English Programme
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