Jabulani Sibanda
Jabulani Sibanda
Sol Plaatje University
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Academic writing challenges at universities in Zimbabwe: A case study of Great Zimbabwe University
J Gonye, R Mareva, WT Dudu, J Sib
International Journal of English and Literature 3 (3), 71-83, 2012
Language at the Grade Three and Four interface: The theory-policy-practice nexus
J Sibanda
South African Journal of Education 37 (2), 2017
Determining ESL learners’ vocabulary needs from a textbook corpus: challenges and prospects
J Sibanda, J Baxen
Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies 34 (1), 57-70, 2016
The gender sensitivity of Zimbabwean secondary school textbooks
W Dudu, J Gonye, R Mareva, J Sibanda
Southern African Review of Education with Education with Production 14 (3 …, 2008
An analysis of the language of attribution in university students’ academic essays
S Jabulani
South African Journal of Education 34 (3), 2014
Investigating the English vocabulary needs, exposure, and knowledge of IsiXhosa speaking learners for transition from learning to read in the foundation phase to reading to …
J Sibanda
Rhodes University, 2014
Third-grade English second language teachers’ vocabulary development practices
J Sibanda, J Baxen
South African Journal of Childhood Education 8 (1), 1-9, 2018
Visual Literacy Development through the Mediation of Grade 4 English Textbooks.
L Sibanda, J. and Sibanda
Journal of Visual Literacy 32 (2), 39-66., 2013
The nexus between direct reading instruction, reading theoretical perspectives, and pedagogical practices of University of Swaziland Bachelor of Education students
J Sibanda
RELC Journal 41 (2), 149-164, 2010
Testing generative thinking among Swazi children
TD Mushoriwa, J Sibanda, HZ Nkambule
Global Journal of Educational Research 9 (1-2), 7-16, 2010
Exploring University Student Teachers’ Beliefs and Practices on Textbooks in the E.S.L. Classroom.
The Nigerian Journal of Guidance and Counselling 14 (1), 203-214, 2009
Extent of the utilisation of vocabulary learning opportunities from classroom print
S Jabulani
International Journal of Educational Sciences 16 (1-3), 129-142, 2017
Linguistic gender sensitivity strategies in current South African intermediate phase English workbooks: feminisation or degenderisation?
J Sibanda, L Sibanda
Africa Education Review 13 (3-4), 104-118, 2016
Efficacy of written corrective feedback on university students’ writing
S Jabulani
Journal of Social Sciences 45 (2), 84-95, 2015
Extent of ESL teachers’ access to, utilisation and production of research
J Sibanda, MP Begede
South African Journal of Education 35 (3), 2015
University students’ preferences for gender specific and gender neutral occupational terms and gender neutral singular pronouns: a case study
J Sibanda, MP Begede
Journal of Social Sciences 42 (1-2), 11-21, 2015
Grade 3 ESL teachers’(mis) conceptions about vocabulary acquisition, learning and instruction: a case study
J Sibanda
Journal for Language Teaching= Ijenali Yekufundzisa Lulwimi= Tydskrif vir …, 2017
Towards a reconceptualisation of" word" for high frequency word generation in word knowledge studies
J Sibanda, J Baxen
Perspectives in Education 32 (3), 92-103, 2014
Academics' conceptions of higher education decolonisation
MJ Keebine-Sibanda
South African Journal of Higher Education 35 (3), 182-199, 2021
Appreciating the Layered and Manifest Linguistic Complexity in Mono-Multi-Lingual STEM Classrooms: Challenges and Prospects
J Sibanda
Multilingual Education Yearbook 2021, 19-37, 2021
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