multilingualism

 
We haven’t achieved the aims of June 16
We haven’t achieved the aims of June 16
The June 16 1976 uprising was a series of protests by black pupils in response to the Afrikaans-medium decree of 1974. For the government dominated...
Multilingualism for everyone, not just a select few
Multilingualism for everyone, not just a select few
Think back to when you first started learning a foreign language.
Letters to the editor: March 11 to 17 2016
Letters to the editor: March 11 to 17 2016
I write in relation to your 
Multilingualism is magic
Multilingualism is magic
Nobody would dispute that English is the world’s academic language. With a global academic “market share” of just over 90% when publications...
Multitongue teaching is the only way
Multitongue teaching is the only way
Can we use the current standoff between the Gauteng authorities and Afrikaans schools as an opportunity to make a paradigm shift in education? Or...
Turning multilingual classrooms into rich resources
Turning multilingual classrooms into rich resources
Because language is key to learning and teachers are central agents in quality education, it is vital that teachers are able to address language...
Afrikaans board says English varsities elitist
Afrikaans board says English varsities elitist
"Elitist" English universities have done less to promote multilingualism than their Afrikaans counterparts, the Afrikaans Language Board (ATR) said...

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