National Languages and Teacher Training in Africa: Methodological Guide
The last of three guides published in this series on national languages and teacher training in Africa. Aimed at present and future teachers, it deals with practical classroom techniques and approaches. It tackles educational questions linked to oral expression, writing, reading, arithmetic and practical activities, and underlines the need for continuously referring to the pupil's cultural environment.
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