Providing clear, pedagogical steps and curriculum guidance, this practical book focuses on laying the strong foundation that is needed to assist learners in using English as the language of learning and teaching (LoLT) from grade four onward. In grade four, the majority of learners make the transition from their home language to English as the LoLT; to assist learners in this transition, it is important that teachers introduce English into the classroom from as early as Grade R (reception year, prior to starting grade one). The earlier learners are exposed to English, the more proficient they will become. Included in this book are strategies for introducing English into the classroom, techniques for teaching English alongside learners’ home language, teaching resources for classroom use, and ideas for planning lessons.
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Anna Hugo is a professor in the College of Education at the University of South Africa (UNISA). She has published more than 30 articles in various academic journals. Ellen Lenyai is the chair of the early childhood development department in the College of Education at UNISA. She has published several articles on literacy and early childhood education in academic journals. Grant Coltman is a principal tutor focusing on languages at the University of the Witwatersrand (WITS). Jean Place is a principal tutor focusing on foundation studies at WITS. Christa Thornhill teaches at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology.
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