English and operacy for teachers

D.H. Van der Vyver


The close relationship between the Stellenbosch
Institute for Language Teaching (INTUS) and
the Interuniversity Committee for Language
Teaching has brought into being several projects
aimed at upgrading the quality of language
communication in Southern Africa.
As well as controlled experiments with innovative
approaches in language teaching, needs
analyses have been co11ducted with a view to
improving language proficiency in industry and
in primary, secondary and tertiary education.
Readers of this journal are also well aware of the
fact that both the Institute and the Interuniversity
Committee are strongly represented on the
Editorial Committee of PER LINGUAM.
It is therefore appropriate for PER LINGUAM
to announce an important pilot project which is
another significant milestone on the road of cooperation
between the Institute and the Interuniversity

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5785/3-1-475


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