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The study is designed to examine the influence of mother tongue on Students performance in English language in Junior School Certificate Examination. The study investigated if mother tongue is solely the cause of the students’ woeful performance... More

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The study investigated code-switching and its implications for teaching Mathematics in selected primary schools in Ile-Ife. The data for the study were obtained from five mathematics teachers and fifty pupils from five purposively selected... More

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The learning style preferences of Education students in 3 faculties were identified using the Index of Learning Styles questionnaire (Felder 2002). The study also includes an observation of teaching styles. Findings reveal that whilst learning... More

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Sociolinguistic inputs in language acquisition and use of English as Second Language in classrooms is the main focus of this study. A survey research design was adopted. The population consisted of all secondary school students in Akure Local... More

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This paper discussed the challenges which are assoc iated with the teaching and learning of English Grammar in Nigeria secondary schools. Grammar is the spinal cord of any language and the user’s mastery of it determines his competence and... More
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The human society is glued together by language. In fact, language is the only tool that makes the interaction and the togetherness of the homo sapien to be possible. Language is also the vehicle that we use to convey our culture and tradition.... More

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Following the results of the Ife Six-Year Primary Project designed to use an indigen- ous Nigerian language as a medium of instruction in primary schools, some sugges- tions have been made to introduce it in all Nigerian primary schools. This... More

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In this article, I explore language practices in Nigerian primary school classrooms against the backdrop of the policy of mother tongue education. Findings from the study show that there is a classroom bilingual practice that is rather... More

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Nigerian students learn and eventually use English as a Second Language (ESL) having acquired at least one of the numerous Nigerian languages as mother tongue (L1). Consequently, learning English in such an ESL environment must take into... More

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The paper examines through analysis of literature work, how indigenous language, as a medium of instruction in Nigerian Schools - (Primary and Secondary Schools) will affect or promote the services rendered by libraries. Quite often, one hear~... More