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Languaging for life: African youth talk back to HIV/AIDS research
(Language Policy, 2008)
In this article, we present a case study, undertaken in Uganda, in which 12 young people debated and critiqued four research articles on HIV/AIDS relevant to Ugandan youth. The rationale for the study was to provide ...
‘Talk what others think you can’t talk’: HIV/AIDS clubs as peer education in Ugandan schools
The clubs will do peer education; the clubs will be a forum for affected students to share their experiences. (HIV/AIDS Technical Advisor, Ministry of Education, 4 October 2004) The clubs extend what we do in the ...
Multimodality and English education in Ugandan schools
(English Studies in Africa, 2006)
In all societies children have many layers of representational resources Ia vailable to them. Play, movement, song, drama, language and artistic activity are but some of the modalities by which they learn to make sense of ...
ICT on the Margins: Lessons for Ugandan Education
(Language and Education, 2007)
In this end piece, we argue that while this special issue shifts debates on the digital divide to address students’ capacity to use Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) for productive social purposes, access ...