Answer to Question #123231 in English for Peggy

Question #123231
The grade 4 teachers of an urban school in Limpopo, South Africa have received a significant amount of money to buy books for teaching English reading. The most cost-effective books can be found in Canada. The stories are written by well-known authors and the illustrations are beautiful. The stories are about cold winters with snow and ice, dressing warmly and staying indoors.

a) When you think of context, what problems do you identify?
b) When you think of the CAPS, what kinds of problems do you foresee?
c)When you think of Africanisation, what would happen when you see these books?
d) What would you suggest the teachers do?
Expert's answer

a) When I I think of the context, I see high cost of publishing books in south Africa as one of a big challenge they are facing. Also there are challenges of shortages of books and writers who can write nice books.

B) When I think of CAPS, I see children are over assessed, the content is too heavy and there is no time for consultation between the stakeholders.

C) When I think of Africanisation, I see it lowering the standards of education in South Africa since it will hinder globalization.

D) I suggest teachers should be prepare well before going to class Inorder to be well equipped with knowledge which they can give to learners.

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