A Reference Guide for English Studies by Michael J. Marcuse

By Michael J. Marcuse

This article is an creation to the complete diversity of ordinary reference instruments in all branches of English stories. greater than 10,000 titles are integrated. The "Reference consultant" covers the entire parts routinely outlined as English reports and all of the box of inquiry extra lately linked to English experiences. British and Irish, American and global literatures written in English are integrated. different fields coated are folklore, movie, literary conception, common and comparative literature, language and linguistics, rhetoric and composition, bibliography and textual feedback and women's reports.

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O. Box 6025, 83 Gilles Street, Adelaide, SA 5000, Australia. Copyright © 1994 Casmir M. Rubagumya and the authors of individual chapters. All rights reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced in any form or by any means without permission in writing from the publisher. Printed and bound in Great Britain by WBC Ltd, Bridgend. Page v Contents Foreword vii Acknowledgements viii Notes on Contributors ix 1 Introduction Casmir Rubagumya 1 Section I: Language Policy Issues 2 Language Policy in Tanzania and the Hidden Agenda Rehema Rajabu And Deo Ngonyani 6 3 The Post-Primary Swahilisation Scheme in Tanzania: From Debate to Struggle Hermas Mwansoko 15 Section II: Perspectives on the Teaching of English 4 English Language Teaching in Zaire: Objectives and Users' Needs Nshindi G.

As Martin-Jones (forthcoming) has pointed out, a great deal of research conducted so far on bilingual classrooms has tended to be primarily taxonomic and quantitative in nature. The focus has been on the identification of the communicative functions of switches and on the quantitative statements about the occurrence of switches of different types. The papers by Arthur and Ndayipfukamiye focus instead on the ways in which code-switching contributes to the accomplishment of pedagogic routines, the construction of knowledge across the curriculum and to classroom managementwhat Arthur calls the 'regulatory function' of classroom communication.

She is also involved in the data collection for the on-going International Corpus of English research. Laurence Tshuma is Lecturer in the Department of Private Law, University of Zimbabwe. He has taught courses in Insurance Law, Introduction to Law, Criminal Law and Civil Procedure. He has published on human rights, legal system and legal education. He is currently undertaking doctoral studies in Law at Warwick University, UK. Catherine Wallace is Lecturer in Education in the Department of English for Speakers of Other Languages, Institute of Education, University of London.

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