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Periodical articleBoakye, Naomi (2016)
See this documentThe efficacy of socio-affective teaching strategies in a reading intervention: students' views and opinions
Abstract presentLanguage Matters: Studies in the Languages of Africa. Volume 47 #3. p. 393-414.

Periodical articleKlapwijk, Nanda (2016)
See this documentTeachers' own use of reading strategies: does it transfer to their teaching?
Abstract presentLanguage Matters: Studies in the Languages of Africa. Volume 47 #2. p. 297-321.

Periodical articleMugwisi, Tinashe and Jiyane, Veli and Knoetze, Hannalie (2015)
Children's literature and reading: are they promoted in current LIS curricula in South African universities?
Innovation: journal of appropriate librarianship and information work in Southern Africa. #50. p. 85-109.

Periodical articleStoffelsma, Lieke and de Jong, John H.A.L. (2015)
See this documentThe English reading proficiency of future teachers in Ghana
Abstract presentNordic Journal of African Studies. Volume 24 #2. p. 94-117.

BookThioune, Birahim (2015)
Manuels scolaires, environnement informatif et numérique au service de la lecture: enjeux nouveaux pour une école émergente
Paris: L'Harmattan. 161p.

Periodical articleNewman, Linda and Le Cordeur, Michael (2014)
Opvoeders se perspektiewe rakende die gebruik van die leesperiode en skoolbiblioteke in geselekteerde skole in die Noord-Kaap = Perspectives of teachers regarding the use of the reading period and school libraries in selected schools in the Northern Cape
Tydskrif vir geesteswetenskappe. Volume 54 #4. p. 805-819.

Periodical articleCommeyras, M. and Ketsitlile, L.E. (2013)
See this documentA review of the literature on reading in Botswana primary schools
Africa Education Review. Volume 10 #2. p. 204-223.

Periodical articleNengomasha, Cathrine T. and Uutoni, Wilhelm Elinatse and Yule, Wilson (2012)
School libraries and their role in promoting a reading culture: case study of Caprivi, Omusati, Omaheke, Karas and Khomas regions in Namibia
Abstract presentJournal for Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences. Volume 1 #1. p. 159-171.

Periodical articleAmbatchew M.D. (2011)
Extensive reading: a viable option for Africa
OSSREA Bulletin. Volume 8 #1. February. p. 38-56.

Periodical articleKlaas, Anthony and Trudell, Barbara (2011)
Effective literacy programmes and independent reading in African contexts
Abstract presentLanguage Matters: Studies in the Languages of Africa. Volume 42 #1. p. 22-38.

Periodical articleKibui, A.W. (2010)
The proficiency in English vocabulary in and reading comprehension in Kenyan secondary schools learners
Fountain (Nairobi, Kenya). Volume 4 #1. p. 22-37.

Periodical articleKlopper, Audrey and Nel, Carisma (2010)
Die ontwikkeling van 'n DBS-reeks ter ondersteuning van leesvaardighede = Development and integration of multimedia teaching and learning support material (LTSM) to support reading skills
Tydskrif vir geesteswetenskappe. Volume 50 #4. p. 541-558.

Periodical articleLe Cordeur, Michael (2010)
Die interaktiewe leesbenadering: 'n alternatief vir tradisionele maniere van leesonderrig = The interactive approach to reading instruction: an alternative to traditional ways of teaching reading
Abstract presentTydskrif vir geesteswetenskappe. Volume 50 #1. p. 104-118.

Dissertation / thesisNalusiba, Priscilla (2010)
See this documentStrategies for the development of a reading culture in Uganda primary schools: case studies of four selected universal primary education schools in Kampala district
95p.

Periodical articleAlem H. (2009)
Ill designed reading activities: the case of a unit in grade 11 English textbook
Ethiopian Journal of Education. Volume 29 #2. December. p. 131-148.

Periodical articleSissao, Alain Joseph and Compaoré, Félix and Kevane, Michael (2009)
See this documentHabitudes de lecture et performances scolaires des élèves des classes de 3ème et de 1ère de la ville de Ouagadougou Burkina Faso
African Sociological Review. Volume 13 #2. p. 64-80.

Periodical articleDadzie, P.S. (2008)
See this documentReading for education: the role of libraries
Ghana Library Journal. Volume 20 #1. p. 1-14.

Periodical articleSharp, A. (2008)
A reading assessment with cross-cultural implications: preliminary explorations
Nawa (Windhoek, Namibia). Volume 2 #1. June. p. 2-11.

Periodical articleZulu, Constance (2007)
First-year university L2 readers' patterns of performance in a test of academic reading ability
Abstract presentLanguage Matters: Studies in the Languages of Africa. Volume 38 #2. p. 316-331.

Periodical issueNthomang, K. and Monaka, K.C. (eds.) (2006)
Special issue: Research 'with' the Khoesan in Botswana: the search for a transformative research agenda
Abstract presentPula: Botswana Journal of African Studies. Volume 20 #2. p. 103-196.

Periodical articleMagara, Elisam and Batambuze, Charles (2005)
Towards a reading culture for Uganda
Abstract presentAfrican Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science. Volume 15 #1. p. 35-42.

Periodical articleOladipo, R.M. and Gachari, R.M. (2005)
Promoting reading as a means of improving proficiency in English among tertiary institutions
Perspectives (Nairobi, Kenya). Volume 1 #1. June. p. 90-103.

Periodical articleLuanguala, J.R. (2004)
A reading culture in Zambia: an alternative explanation of its absence
The Journal of Humanities (Lusaka). Volume 4. p. 41-52.

Periodical articleMba, G. (2004)
The Gudschinsky method yesterday and today: an appraisal of its use and development in Cameroon
Revue internationale des arts, lettres et sciences sociales. Volume 1 #1. p. 167-176.

Periodical articleBabalola, Emmanuel T. (2002)
See this documentNewspapers as Instruments for Building Literate Communities: The Nigeria Experience
Abstract presentNordic Journal of African Studies. Volume 11 #3. p. 403-410.

Periodical articleRyanga, S.C.W.A. (2002)
Reading and writing: the connection to personal, social and economic development
Chemchemi. Volume 2 #1. p. 110-118.

Periodical articleYonas A. (2002)
Measuring the measurement: a preliminary analysis of the reading skills test items of college English
I.E.R. Flambeau. Volume 9 #2. June. p. 95-127.

Periodical articleHarries, Patrick (2001)
See this documentMissionaries, Marxists and Magic: Power and the Politics of Literacy in South-East Africa
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 27 #3. September. p. 405-427.

Periodical articleMtunda, P. (2000)
Effective use of fiction in a school library
Zimbabwe Librarian. Volume 32 #2. December. p. 27-29.

Periodical articleBirhanu T. (1999)
Leisure reading and readership of books: with reference to some literate groups in Bahir Dar
Journal of Ethiopian Languages and Literature. #9. p. 89-123.

Periodical articleBloch, Carole (1999)
See this documentThe Potential of Early Childhood for Developing and Sustaining Literacy
Abstract presentSocial Dynamics. Volume 25 #1. Winter. p. 101-129.

Periodical articleRassool, Naz (1999)
See this documentLiteracy and Social Development in the Information Age: Redefining Possibilities in Sub-Saharan Africa
Abstract presentSocial Dynamics. Volume 25 #1. Winter. p. 130-149.

Periodical articleSpiegel, Andrew D. (1999)
See this documentGlobalising tendencies and travelling theories: addressing social diversity in housing and literacy policies in post-apartheid South Africa
Abstract presentAfrican Anthropology. Volume 6 #1. March. p. 55-71.

Periodical articleBhola, H.S. (1994)
Adult Literacy for Development in Ethiopia: A Review of Policy and Performance at Midpoint
Abstract presentAfricana Journal. Volume 16. p. 192-214.

Periodical articleMhone, Y. (1993)
Reading is development
Southern Africa Political & Economic Monthly. Volume 6 #10. July. p. 64-65.

Periodical articleMkhwanazi, S.G. (1993)
A study of teaching reading to dyslexic children
UNISWA Research Journal. Volume 7. December. p. 86-89.

Periodical articleMubadi S.M. and Tete W. (1993)
Plaidoyer pour une nouvelle politique nationale de la lecture publique au Zaïre
Mbegu. #26. juin. p. 1-14.

Periodical articleSerie, R.T. (1993)
See this documentUn exemple de recherche sur les pratiques de lecture des étudiants Abidjanais
Africa Media Review. Volume 7 #1. p. 73-85.

Periodical articleJaji, G. (1992)
Student performance in mathematical tasks on IEA literacy study
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 4 #3. p. 271-284.

Periodical articleTamene K. (1992)
A preliminary survey of the reading interests of Addis Ababa University students
Ethiopian Journal of Education. Volume 13 #2. December. p. 47-77.

Periodical articleAmare, Germa (1991)
See this documentAn Appraisal of the On-Going Literacy Campaign in Ethiopia
Abstract presentNortheast African Studies. Volume 13 #2-3. p. 69-99.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1991)
Once upon a time: a teacher's advice on what, and how, to read to your children
Executive (Nairobi, Kenya). February. p. 27-29.

Periodical articleChilambo, M.N. (1991)
Teaching graph reading skills
Malawian Geographer. #29. October. p. 72-77.

Periodical articleGodonoo, Prosper (1991)
The Perceived Role of Literacy and Its Attendant Problems in Nigeria
Abstract presentUfahamu. Volume 19 #1. p. 80-91.

Periodical articleHofmeyr, Isabel (1991)
See this documentJonah and the Swallowing Monster: Orality and Literacy on a Berlin Mission Station in the Transvaal
Abstract presentJournal of Southern African Studies. Volume 17 #4. December. p. 633-653.

Periodical articleMoyana, R. (1991)
Evidence of acquisition of the reading skill related to comprehension of the narrative passages: data from the international literacy study pilot testing in Zimbabwe
Abstract presentZimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 3 #2. July. p. 125-143.

Periodical articlePhiri, F.J. (1991)
Curriculum at work
Education for the Child. Volume 8 #1. March. p. 5-6.

Periodical articleChimombo, M. and Kamanga, T. and Lora, E. (1990)
The availability and readability of secondary school texts: their effect on the development of good reading habits
Tizame. #2. p. 15-23.

Periodical articleChristy, C.S. (1989)
Primary teachers' perceptions of reading processes and methodology
SIER Bulletin. #10. November. p. 1-7.

Periodical articleFajonyomi, A.A. (1989)
The impact of locational differences on the effectiveness of adult literacy centres in Borno State, Nigeria
Abstract presentAnnals of Borno. Volume 6-7. p. 35-45.

Periodical articleGumbi, T. and Rollnick, M. (1989)
Investigating the readability of form II textbooks and their readability for second-language learners
SIER Bulletin. #10. November. p. 8-23.

Periodical articleNgonyani, D.S. (1989)
A weak reading foundation, some inadequacies of Tanzanian primary school language texbooks
Journal of Linguistics and Language in Education. Volume 4 #2. p. 12-25.

Periodical articleSwilla, I.N. (1989)
Reflections on the reading competence in English of secondary school students in Tanzania: the cultural aspect
Journal of Linguistics and Language in Education. Volume 4 #2. p. 26-38.

BookEisemon, Thomas Owen (1988)
Benefiting from basic education, school quality and functional literacy in Kenya
Abstract presentOxford: Pergamon Press. 2. 149p.

Periodical articleKasereka M.N. and Makasi N. (1987)
Buta secondary school students' reading difficulties
Etudes (Institut supérieur pédagogique de Buta). #16-17. janvier. p. 59-77.

Periodical articleKagan, Alfred (1982)
Literacy, Libraries and Underdevelopment: With Special Attention to Tanzania
Abstract presentAfricana Journal. Volume 13 #4. p. 1-23.

Periodical articleNyei, Mohamed B. (1980)
A Three Script Literacy Among the Vai: Arabic, English and Vai
Abstract presentLiberian Studies Journal. Volume 9 #1. p. 13-22.

Periodical articleDurojaiye, M.O.A. (1971)
Attitudes Associated With Functional Literacy Among Tobacco Farmers of Western Nigeria
Abstract presentEast African Journal of Rural Development. Volume 4 #1. p. 34-50.

Book chapterGoody, J. (1968)
Restricted literacy in Northern Ghana
Abstract presentIn: Goody, J. (ed.), Literacy in traditional societies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p. 198-264.

Periodical articleAnonymous (1950)
Literacy statistics form available census figures
Abstract presentOccasional Papers in Education. #30. p. 1-24.

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