Medium of instruction

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Language is a key factor and a critical resource in all human engagement especially in the teaching learning process. Language is functional in the preservation of a people's cultural heritage, a community's vehicle of verbal communication and... More

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This paper is a report of a study of how (he mother tongue-medium policy is hang implemented in the lower primary classes. The study involved teachers in both public and privately owned primary schools. A simple questionnaire was used in coiled... More

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The state of deterioration in the proficiency od language teachers in the primary school is said to be part of why our educational system is in the rots. This paper attempts to present a novel perspective to solving the problem of lack of... More

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The importance of science and technology education cannot be over emphasized. Human capital development in science and technology education are the gateway to a scientific, technological and progressive society. They are also the bedrock upon... More

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The essay explores the bilingual implications of the teaching of English and French in Nigerian schools. It argues that since French has been made a second official language in Nigeria, the government has to encourage its learning by training... More

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Medium of instruction controversy in Nigeria has led, among other things, to focusing attention on the use of mother-tongue. Many of the cities and urban areas are multi-ethnic and as a result, the major means of communication is Pidgin which is... More

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The author describes the relationship between contemporary culture, the English language and education in Nigeria in the context of current linguistic nationalism, globalization, cultural identity and national development agenda. He observes... More