7 edition of Teaching reading in African schools found in the catalog.
Teaching reading in African schools
by Fountain Publishers on behalf of International Reading Association in Kampala
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||editor, Kate Parry ; with Sam Andema and Loy Tumusiime|
|Series||Literacy for all in Africa -- v. 1|
|Contributions||Parry, Kate, Andema, Sam, Tumusiime, Loy, International Reading Association|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxiv, 336 p. :|
|Number of Pages||336|
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This volume considers literacy within the formal education system in Africa, bringing international perspectives to the topic. It documents programs that are working to improve practices and the teaching of reading in schools and literacy in more than one language, presenting case studies from Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and : Paperback.
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Teaching early reading in Africa is developed by The Open University's Teacher Education in Sub-Saharan Africa (TESSA) programme in partnership with the South African Institute of Distance Education (SAIDE)'s African Storybook Initiative, with the generous support of the David and Elaine Potter Foundation.
According to the PIRLS interviews with principals, 62% of South African primary schools do not have school libraries. These are central to promoting a reading culture, as work in New Zealand shows. According to The Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS), an international comparative reading assessment: 78% of Grade 4 learners in South Africa cannot read for meaning, and this is significantly worse for children tested in African languages—93% of Grade 4 students tested in Sepedi could not read for meaning with similarly large percentages among.
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Introduction and background The ability to read for meaning and pleasure is arguably the most important skill that children learn in primary school.
Since almost all future learning will depend on this fundamental understanding. strategies that are being used to improve reading and writing (Whats up Teach, ). It is within this context that a study of this nature was conducted exploring teaching strategies that are used by teachers to improve reading and writing in school A and school B.
Aim and objectives of the study Aim. World-wide, EGRA has been used in more than 50 countries and 70 languages (Gove & Wetterberg, ). In sub-Saharan Africa is has been administered in 18 countries using whatever the language of instruction was in the participating schools.
Languages and Learning to Read. Africa is a language rich continent. A survey of adults’ reading behaviour found that most spent an average of four hours per week reading compared to hours per week watching TV or.
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At the centre of the book is an analysis of the published studies that systematically document what teachers teach and fail to teach, and why it is that Reviews: 2. Initiatives to tackle South Africa's reading crisis must take making books accessible in schools and improving initial teacher education.
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