Vol 44 (2015)

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Defining 'plain language' in contemporary South Africa PDF
Eleanor Cornelius 1-18
Towards impact measurement: An overview of approaches for assessing the impact of academic literacy abilities PDF
Ilse Fouche 19-35
The use of digit and sentence repetition in the identification of language impairment: The case of child speakers of Afrikaans and South African English PDF
Salomé Gagiano, Frenette Southwood 37-60
Formulation of court interpreting models: A South African perspective PDF
Samuel Joseph Lebese 61-80
Mentoring for text editors: Fit for purpose in the era of freelancing, more so than alternative development strategies PDF
John Linnegar 81-103
Reading to Learn: A literature review within a South African context PDF
Tracey Jane Millin 105-124
Measuring receptive collocational competence across proficiency levels PDF
Déogratias Nizonkiza 125-146
Academic literacy of South African higher education level students: Does vocabulary size matter? PDF
Déogratias Nizonkiza, Tobie van Dyk 147-174
“They do not know much, but then, you have to cover the syllabus”: The quality imperative – a dilemma for teachers’ in early grade multilingual classrooms in Kenyan primary schools PDF
Susan Nyaga 175-187
A needs analysis for communication by pharmacists in a multilingual setting: First steps towards syllabus and materials design PDF
Kris van de Poel, Tobie van Dyk, Jessica Gasiorek, Inge GE Blockmans 189-212

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