Harmse, Tessa; Evans, Rinelle(South African Association for Language Teaching, 2017)
In a democratic South Africa, English
has increasingly become the preferred
medium of instruction despite the majority
of South African learners being mother
tongue speakers of other languages.
Many learners in urban ...
It is assumed that open and distance learning institutions develop study materials that adequately engage learners with quality content to assist their content mastery. However, distance learners continue to underperform, ...
Evans, Rinelle(Suid Afrikaanse Akademie vir Wetenskap & Kuns, 2017-09)
Keuses wat omgee-ouers uitoefen word gewoonlik met die beste bedoelings gemaak, maar
het dikwels onvoorsiene gevolge. Min ouers deurdink die kritieke rol wat taal in ’n komplekse
omgewing soos die klaskamer speel. Sommige ...
Segabutla, Madikwa Hendrietta; Evans, Rinelle(Higher Education South Africa, 2019)
In South Africa, students’ academic success in tertiary environments is generally low, despite governmental or institutional interventions. Underpinned by McCroskey, Valencic and Richmond’s (2004) General Model of Instructional ...
Daweti, M.; Evans, Rinelle(African Consortium of Public Administration, 2017-09)
For two decades, efforts have been intensifying to build a capable public service
with strong leadership in order to realise South Africa’s national transformation
goals. In addition to the legislative framework that ...
Evans, Rinelle; Nthulana, Ipfani(AOSIS Open Journals, 2018-10-24)
The general complaint of teachers in rural monolingual communities is that teaching becomes
problematic after learners are promoted to Grade 4. While the transition to a next academic
phase places new cognitive demands ...
Steyn, Herco Jacobus; Evans, Rinelle(South African Association for Language Teaching, 2015)
This article investigates whether the media hype about the supposedly detrimental effect of textese on teenagers' formal English skills is justified. It is posited that this younger generation has reached the 'point of ...
Since the early 1990s peace education has increasingly informed the field of teaching English
to speakers of other languages (TESOL). More recently, this transdisciplinary dialogue has
found expression in approaches such ...