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Language policy and orthographic harmonization across linguistic, ethnic and national boundaries in Southern Africa
(Springer Verlag, 2016)
Drawing on online and daily newspapers, speakers' language and writing practices, official government documents and prescribed spelling systems in Southern Africa, the paper explores the challenges and possibilities of ...
Demystifying research methods: everyday experiences as socio-cultural co(n)texts for effective research methods in teaching and learning in institutions of higher learning in Africa
(University of Johannesberg, 2017)
The aim of the paper is to demonstrate how everyday knowledge can be incorporated into the classroom practices of institutions of higher learning to inform inclusive outcomes for linguistically and culturally diverse ...
Translanguaging and English-African language mother tongues as linguistic dispensation in teaching and learning in a black township school in Cape Town
Drawing on the notion of translanguaging, I show how learners in a Black township secondary school in Cape Town use their multilingual repertoire to achieve power, agency and voice. I use the conceptualisation of the ...