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Friday, March 6, 2015

On Language and Disruptive Pedagogy

"There was a social media storm recently after a Rhodes University lecturer used isiXhosa in a history class – and then told unhappy students it was their duty to learn the local language. A version of this event posted on Facebook prompted many discussions on issues of language, privilege and power. After two weeks of debate, the lecturer, Naledi Nomalanga Mkhize, explains the reasoning behind her assertion" at  http://www.theconmag.co.za/2015/03/04/on-language-disruptive-pedagogy/

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