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E Lenyai; A Hugo
ISBN: 9780702188749
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One of the key recommendations of the Review Report of the Task Team that reviewed the NCS curriculum was of prioritising the teaching of English First Additional Language (FAL), and its introduction into the curriculum from Grade 1. Research shows that many schools are delaying the introduction of English until Grade 3, which is the year before learners are expected to learn through English as the medium of instruction. Learners' proficiency in English by the end of Grade 3 is not always sufficient for them to make the transition to English as the language of learning and teaching (LOLT) in Grade 4. Whilst policy states that English should be taught alongside mother tongue from Grade 1, in practice this is not happening

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ISBN13 (SKU) 9780702188749
Title Teaching English as a First Additional Language in the Foundation Phase.
Author E Lenyai; A Hugo
Edition 1st
Publisher Juta
Publication Date 2013
Country of Publication South Africa
Publishing Status -
Format Type Physical
Number of Pages 224
Institutions University of Pretoria,Embury
Course Codes JGL461,,DL-ELFA302,DL-ELFE202,DL-LAA302,DL-LEA301,DL-LSPA302,DL-LSWA302,DL-LXA302,DL-LZA302,LAA302,LEA301,LSPA302,LSWA302,LXA302,LZA302
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