ISIZULU TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF THE FOUNDATIONS FOR LEARNING LITERACY PROGRAMME IN FOUR TOWNSHIP PRIMARY SCHOOLS

@inproceedings{Mbatha2012ISIZULUTP,
  title={ISIZULU TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS OF THE FOUNDATIONS FOR LEARNING LITERACY PROGRAMME IN FOUR TOWNSHIP PRIMARY SCHOOLS},
  author={Thabile Austaline Mbatha},
  year={2012}
}
This article reports on a study that was conducted to investigate how isiZulu-speaking teachers teaching Grade R to Grade 3 in four Pietermaritzburg township schools in KwaZulu-Natal have received the Foundations for Learning Programme (FLP), launched by the national Department of Education as a response to drastic deficiencies in reading and writing skills that have recently been confirmed among South African learners. In total, 14 Foundation Phase teachers participated in an interview-based… CONTINUE READING

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