publication . Report . 2010

Report: Cultural Research Centre (CRC)

Cross-Cultural Foundation of Uganda;
Open Access English
  • Published: 10 Nov 2010
  • Country: Germany
Abstract
This report arises from research carried out in Iganga and Namutumba districts in late 2006/early 2007 by the Cultural Research Centre (CRC), based in Jinja. Our research focus was to gauge the impact of using Lusoga as a medium of instruction (since 2005 in "pilot" lower primary classes) within and outside the classroom. This initiative was in response to a new set of circumstances in the education sector in Uganda, especially the introduction by Government of teaching in local languages in lower primary countrywide from February 2007. This followed an experimental period, in selected pilot districts, including Iganga, where fifteen pilot schools had been chose...
Subjects
free text keywords: Uganda, Muttersprachlicher Unterricht, Soga-Sprache, Geschichte 2006-2007, ddc:370

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