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Stellenbosch Papers in Linguistics Plus - Vol 26 (1996)

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Articles

Omissibility and.learnability can UG really provide insights for SLA? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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R Dace 3-16
Modular minds and input in second language acquisition EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C le Roux 17-35
http://dx.doi.org/10.5842/26-0-120
Parameterverstelling en tweedetaalverwerwing EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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HJ Lubbe 36-55
http://dx.doi.org/10.5842/26-0-121
A language plan for primary school teacher education EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Y Barnard 59-77
http://dx.doi.org/10.5842/26-0-122
Language intervention to facilitate the acquisition of a second language by pre-school children EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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H Jordaan 78-97
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The acquisition of clicks by non-mother-tongue speakers EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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P Lewis 98-114
http://dx.doi.org/10.5842/26-0-124
The acquisition of transactional competence in writing: a case study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C van der Walt 115-139
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Manifestation of language varieties in the classroom in the PWV EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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EM Botha 143-153
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The practical implications for writers, publishers, and policy-makers of the various policy options on the medium of instruction in future South African schools EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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K McCallum 154-180
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Standardisation and variation in South African English EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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R Mesthrie 181-201
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Regional variation in Xhosa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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A Nyanende 202-217
http://dx.doi.org/10.5842/26-0-129
A functional-syntactic perspective on gender stereotyping in popular fiction EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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EH Hubbard 221-232
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A stylistic approach to the teaching of poetry with specific reference to Sepamla's poem The blues is you in me EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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JT von Gruenewaldt 233-246
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Distinguishing between critical linguistics and critical language awareness: implications for first language teaching in secondary schools EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C Anthonissen 249-264
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Teaching language with the aid of rottweilers, sharks and dinosaurs EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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RP Botha 265-280
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"Tensed" and "bumpered" in a university context: the case for the integration of critical linguistics into language programmes. EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J Clarence 281-297
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Teaching Afrikaans as emancipatory discourse EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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J Maartens 298-308
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Some insights that orality-literacy studies can offer language teachers EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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R van Zweel 311-335
http://dx.doi.org/10.5842/26-0-136


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