3 edition of Namibian languages found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Wilfrid H.G. Haacke & Edward E. Elderkin.|
|Series||Namibian African studies ;, v. 4|
|Contributions||Haacke, Wilfrid H. G., Elderkin, Edward E.|
|LC Classifications||PL8021.N35 N36 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||451 p. :|
|Number of Pages||451|
|LC Control Number||98163630|
The agreed policy was issued in the document Education and Culture in Namibia: The Way Forward to in The policy goals include: The seven-year primary education cycle should enable learners to acquire reasonable competence in English, the official language, and be prepared for English medium instruction throughout the secondary cycle. Namundjebo, E. (). Exploring the University of Namibia [UNAM] Second Year students’ expectations and experiences for the ULEA course:: A case study investigation at the HP Campus Language Centre. The 3 rd Internal Conference in Academic and Professional Communication: Communicating for change, advancement and globalisation.
The New Otjiherero Dictionary is a comprehensive and authoritative reference of the Otjiherero language that covers a fairly wide range of lexicon, most of which do not exist anywhere in one book. It produces a steady flow of locally relevant books for young readers. This Namibian publishing house was established 25 years ago. It currently publishes in thirteen languages: Oshindonga, Oshikwanyama, Otjiherero, Rukwangali, Rumanyo, Thimbukushu, Silozi, Setswana, Khoekhoegowab, Ju/’hoan, Afrikaans, German, and English.
Namibia is a relatively small country, averaging just three people per square kilometer and totaling barely over two million people, but has an incredibly diverse are 12 different major ethnic groups with a large range of tribes among them, and about 30 unique languages are spoken throughout the country. In Namibia, English was introduced as the official language in order to create a formal break with colonial legacy. Rather than choose German or Afrikaans-the languages of former powers- the Namibian government chose a language that represented its new independence (1).English was meant to unify the country under a single language.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Most papers "were initially presented at the international conference on 'Language Ecology in Africa, ' hosted by the Department of African Languages of the former University of Namibia"--Page "This is Namibia" is a most awesome page book.
Very easy read, understandable descriptions and the pictures are great. Namibian languages book It was easy to follow along during our 2-week stay in Namibia. I also saw this book for sale in English and other Languages at most every book stand. A fellow traveler purchased it in a local craft mall in Windhoek/5(16).
Namibia Publishing House and Macmillan Education Namibia work hard to preserve our languages and have published dozens of educational books and dictionaries highlighting Namibian languages for.
Namibia, despite its scant population, is home to a wide diversity of languages, from multiple language families: Germanic, Bantu, and the various Khoisan families. When Namibia was administered by South Africa, Afrikaans, German, and English enjoyed an equal status as official languages.
Upon Namibian independence inEnglish was enshrined as the nation's sole official language in the. Namibian Books. Published in Namibia. Field Guides & Coffee Table Books; Fiction, Poetry, Arts & Craft; Namibian Children's Books; Namibian History, Politics & Culture; Biographies Namibian languages book Memoirs; Social Issues & Other Non-Fiction; Educational & Languages; Published outside of Namibia.
Field Guides & Travel Guides; Biographies & Memoirs; Namibian. The textbooks for teaching in Namibia’s educationally recognized 13 languages of instruction are developed by the commercial publishers in collaboration with NIED, GTZ (Afrila) and the curriculum unit of the MoE.
All textbooks in education require the evaluation and approval of NIED’s curriculum panels. The approved textbook titles are. LEARNER'S BOOKS AND TEACHER'S GUIDES Languages Afrikaans First Language Grade Title Type Author(s) Date Publisher ISBN Price N$, VAT incl.
Platinum Afrikaans Huistaal LB J. Anker et al Pearson Education Namibia indigenous languages within every sector of Namibia. Shortly after independence inNamibia perceived the need to have a new language policy for schools in order to promote mother tongue use, alongside English, in schools and colleges of education.
A document called The Language Policy for Schools: and Beyond, was formulated. Journalist and writer Barry de Klerk, also known as 'The Denim Chef', has launched an online recipe book, 'Eat Like a Namibian'.
Coastal market gets mural. read more. Namibia's commitment to English as the main language of education has been undermined by revelations that 98% of the southern African country's teachers are not sufficiently proficient in the.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Maho, J.F. Few people, many tongues. Windhoek, Namibia: Gamsberg Macmillan, (OCoLC) Document Type.
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9 books — 1 voter Fictitious Africa. books — voters. Namibia, a country in southwest Africa with only million inhabitants, officially has thirteen languages as languages of instruction in the first grades of schooling.
Three of these are European, and ten African. Of the three European languages, two are connected with the colonial history of Namibia. Namibia was colonized by the Germans from to and German is still an important.
books. Teachers for Lower Primary in this region still have low status because they are teaching through the Namibian languages. This is connected to the low status of the national languages, referred to in the background to this study, in that teachers and citizens feel marginalised because they are not proficient in the official language.
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Namibia (/ n ə ˈ m ɪ b i ə / (), / n æ ˈ-/), officially the Republic of Namibia, is a country in Southern western border is the Atlantic Ocean; it shares land borders with Zambia and Angola to the north, Botswana to the east and South Africa to the south and east. Although it does not border Zimbabwe, less than metres ( feet) of the Zambezi River separates the two Calling code: + In the past, there have been works by Namibian writers in other languages, for instance in Afrikaans, German, Otjiherero, Damara/Nama and some San languages.
Namibian literature before independence was really more an extension of the South African or German literary scene. Languages Spoken in Namibia. English is the official language, but Namibia's relatively small population is extraordinarily diverse in language and culture.
More than 11 languages are indigenous to Namibia but with its cosmopolitan society, languages from around the world are spoken in Namibia.
People commonly speak two or three languages and. Unlock this profile with an Essentials plan. See the details on every language spoken in Namibia, plus: Profiles for every other country in the world; 7, profiles covering every language in use today.language in Namibia, and as the medium of instruction in educational institutions.
Furthermore, it discusses the attitudes that Namibian teachers have towards English as a medium of instruction in Namibian classrooms. A pilot electronic questionnaire, a revised questionnaire, and telephone interviews were used to acquire data for the study.The language in Namibia consists of around 30 different languages.
A regular tourist would know how to speak English, being the universal language and all, it is also the official language of the country; however, there is only a small percentage of the population who use English as their language.
The majority of the Namibians speak Afrikaans.