The Multivoices of Kenyan Primary School Children Learning to Read and Write.pdf

The Multivoices of Kenyan Primary School Children Learning to Read and Write PDF

Esther Mukewa Lisanza

This book provides a rich and nuanced examination of children learning to read and write a second language in primary schools in Kenya, taught by teachers who themselves have often learned English as a second or third language. The author uses two case studies, of an urban and a rural school, to explore how different socioeconomic and cultural contexts can affect the enactment of language policies and their effect on literacy. This book contributes a unique perspective to studies in language and literacy education due to its distinctive exploration of young children learning to read and write in the English language in Kenya, and it will be of particular interest to students and scholars of applied linguistics, language education, bilingualism and language policy.

A normal school day in most primary schools starts at 7am and ends at 5pm, and all students in Primary schools wear uniforms. Students are taught Math, Science, Social Studies, English and Swahili; the last two are the official languages in Kenya. Teaching methods in Kenya differ from one region to another but are very different from Western Standards. [ ] The Multivoices of …

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