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A Scoping Study into Perceptions of Phonological Pedagogy in Rural Ghana

eBook (PDF), 77 Pages
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Ghana’s education system is in a state of transition. Since the introduction of the Free and Compulsory Universal Basic Education (FCUBE) initiative in 1995, the country has struggled to meet with the demands of providing accessible schooling for children at any level. Moreover, with the underdevelopment of early year’s and primary provision, more children face slipping through the net. The battle to get children into schools and keep them there is proving to be problematic across the country. As a result, children are losing out on vital core learning experiences, particularly literacy. English is the medium of instruction in Ghana and is taught in schools from the primary level. However, with a blend of English and mother tongue instruction, children are finding it significantly harder to grasp the basic skills. As a result, support from NGOs and teaching professionals have sought to find practical solutions through vis à vis and reciprocal partnerships.
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Publisher
Lulu Publishing
Published
September 28, 2011
Language
English
Pages
77
File Format
PDF
File Size
11.99 MB

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