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Alternation 17,1 (2010) Multilingualism for Access, Language Development and Language Intellectualisation


  • Nobuhle Ndimande-Hlongwa and Rosemary Wildsmith-Cromarty  Editorial | PDF
  • Ernst Kotzé and Liesel Hibbert Are Multilingual Education Policies Pipe Dreams? Identifying Prerequisites for Implementation | PDF
  • Rosemary Wildsmith  The Development of a Sustainability Model for the Integration and Use of an African Language as a Language of Learning and Teaching in Higher Education | PDF
  • Thabile Mbatha  Putting the End Point at the Beginning: Teachers' Understanding of Using a Dual Medium Approach for Teaching Literacy in Foundation Phase Classrooms | PDF
  • Peter Plüddemann, Vuyokazi Nomlomo and Ncedo Jabe  Using African Languages for Teacher Education | PDF
  • Nontokozo Mashiya  Mother Tongue Teaching at the University of KwaZulu-Natal: Opportunities and Threats | PDF
  • Charlotte Engelbrecht and Rosemary Wildsmith  Exploring Multilingualism in a Problem-based Learning Setting: Implications for Classroom and Clinical Practice in the Nursing Discipline | PDF
  • Nobuhle Ndimande-Hlongwa, Gugulethu Mazibuko and Mary Gordon  The Teaching and Learning of IsiZulu as a Second Language for Professional Purposes at the University of KwaZulu-Natal: A Response to Professional Needs | PDF
  • Russell H. Kaschula and André Mostert  Towards Enhancing Indigenous Language Acquisition Skills through MMORPGs | PDF
  • Mtholeni N. Ngcobo and Nozibele Nomdebevana  The Role of Spoken Language Corpora in the Intellectualisation of Indigenous Languages in South Africa | PDF
  • Nobuhle Ndimande-Hlongwa  Corpus Planning, with Specific Reference to the Use of Standard isiZulu in Media | PDF
  • Mbulungeni Madiba, Fast-tracking Concept Learning to English as an Additional Language (EAL) Students through Corpus-based Multilingual Glossaries | PDF
  • Charlotte Engelbrecht, Nondumiso Shangase, Sisana J. Majeke, Sindi Z.Mthembu and Zanele M. Zondi IsiZulu Terminology Development in Nursing and Midwifery | PDF
  • Kathy Goggin, et al.  The Translation and Cultural Adaptation of Patient-reported Outcome Measures for a Clinical Study Involving Traditional Health Providers and Bio-medically Trained Practitioners | PDF
  • Nceba Gqaleni et al.  Education and Development of Traditional Health Practitioners in isiZulu to Promote their Collaboration with Public Health Care Workers | PDF
  • P. Maseko et al. The Role of the Web in the Promotion of African Languages | PDF
  • Dianna Moodley  Bilingualism at the University of KwaZulu-Natal: Staff- and Student Preferences | PDF
  • Victor Webb  Afrikaans in Higher Education in S.A. | PDF
  • Theodorus du Plessis  A Critical Comparison of Legal Interventions Regarding the Officiality of Languages in Israel and South Africa | PDF
  • Michel Lafon  Promoting Social cum Racial Integration in South Africa by Making an African Language a National Senior Certificate Pass Requirement | PDF 


  • Mtholeni N. Ngcobo Ukuhlelwa Kolimi by Nobuhle Ndimande-Hlongwa | PDF
  • Dan Wylie  Bushman Letters: Interpreting /Xam Narratives by Michael Wessels | PDF
  • J.A. Kearney  The Imagination of Freedom by Andrew Foley | PDF
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