Courses Catalogue

Language Skills In Kiswahili

COURSE CODE: KIS1201
COURSE CREDIT UNIT: 3
ACADEMIC PROGRAMME: Arts (Primary), B.Ed
COLLEGE/SCHOOL/FACULTY: College of Education, Open and Distance Learning
STATUS: Elective
PROGRAMME TYPE: Undergraduate

Required Readings

READING MATERIALS

Broomfield; G.W (1935).SarutiYa Kiswahili; Sheldon Press London.

Kabugi M. Clement (1986). Tusarifu Kiswahili Book Sale (K) Ltd. Nairobi.

Mbaabu I. SarufiYa Kiswahili, Kenya Publishing And Marketing Co.

Aslanian, Yeghia (1985). Investigating the reading problems of ESL students: an alternative.ELT Journal, 39/1. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Boughey, Chrissie (1997). Learning to write by writing to learn: a group-work approach.ELT Journal, 51/2. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Carlie, Anthony (2000). Reading logs: an application of reader-response theory in ELT. ELT Journal, 54/1. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Davies, Norman F. (1996). Receptive Versus Productive Skills in Foreign Language Learning.

Derewianka, Beverly. (1991). Exploring How Texts Work. Sydney: PETA.

Geoff, Dean (2003). Grammar for Improving Writing and Reading in the Secondary School. London: David Fulton Publishers.

Hafiz, F.M. and I. Tudor (1989).Extensive reading and the development of language skills.ELT Journal, 43/1. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Harris, J. (1993). Introducing Writing.Harmonsworth: Penguin.

Hyland, K. (2002) Teaching and Researching Writing. Harlow: Pearson.  

McGregor.G.P (2002).English for Life?: Teaching English as Second Language

in Sub-Saharan Africa with Reference to Uganda. Kampala. Fountain Publishers.

 

 


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