Communication for law
Oxford University Press Southern Africa, 2003 - Law - 140 pages
All students at technikons are required to do a communications module within their academic major. This text has been written from a language and learning across the curriculum perspective and is the first of its kind in South Africa. This text is part of a series, is the only one in South Africa that specifically addresses the language and learning needs of technikon students who do not have English as a mother tongue. Tho book has been extensively trailed and tested on students toensure it addresses their particular language needs in Law.
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