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Journal for Language Teaching = Ijenali Yekufundzisa LulwimiTydskrif vir Taalonderrig

The Journal for Language Teaching focuses on the publication of research in the domains of language teaching, applied language studies and language practice. The journal gives preference to the publication of research results with an empirical base (quantitative and/or qualitative).

Descriptions of language classroom interventions that do not adhere to conventional research practices, for example to include pre- and post-tests, or control of confounding variables, are typically not considered for publication in the Journal. Since the emphasis is on the analysis of teaching, assessment and other instructional practices, conceptual articles are published from time to time, but authors planning to submit conceptual work should approach the editor first to discuss the suitability of the planned article for the journal. The editor invites specific authors from time to time to prepare ‘state of the art’ reviews on relevant topics.

More information on the South African Association for Language Teaching can be found online here: http://www.saalt.org.za/


Vol 53, No 1 (2019)

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Table of Contents

Articles

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Tobie van Dyk
Envisioning the use of translanguaging in public spaces as a resource in higher institutions of learning EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Temitope O. Adekunle, Gift Mheta, Maleshoane Rapeane-Mathonsi 11 – 35
The influence of learner-related factors on the academic performance of Grade 12 English (L2) Learners in the Oshikoto Region of Namibia EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Tobias Iimene Magdaline Tanga, Taruvinga Mushoriwa 37 – 57
Reflecting on English student teachers’ critical incidents during teaching practicum EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Nhlanhla Mpofu 59 – 79
Teacher perspectives and practices in teaching English reading comprehension to Grade 2 First Additional Language Learners EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Nadia Swanepoel, Judy van Heerden, Cycil Hartell 81 – 99
Assessment literacy and the good language teacher: Insights and applications EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Albert Weideman 103 – 121
‘Between phutu and samoosas’: Student response to assessment tasks for a thirdyear university course which adopts a World English approach EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Brenda Spencer 123 – 143
Non-compliant reading at one South African university: views of students and lecturers EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Kristien Andrianatos, Carisma Nel 145– 169
A case study of knowledge structures and pedagogic practices in English Education and English Literary Studies at a South African university EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Kershnee Sevnarayan 171 – 191
Formative assessment in academic writing: Integrating online feedback within the broader teaching-learning community EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Elsa Meihuizen 193 – 213


ISSN: 0259-9570
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