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Studies In Nigerian Linguistics

Author : Ndimele, Ozo-mekuri
ISBN : 9789785416466
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Studies in Nigerian Linguistics is a compilation of research papers on topical issues in Nigerian languages and linguistics covering three main areas of research, viz.: Language and Society, Applied Linguistics and Formal Linguistics. The papers in this volume are sectioned as such, even though there are bits of overlapping, especially for some of the papers contained in the first and second sections. The first fifteen (15) papers focus on the major theme of Language and Society in Nigeria. Many of the papers in this section address some peculiar sociolinguistic issues that affect the nation, including the nagging and lingering problem regarding the “language question” for the Nigerian nation even after five decades of the attainment of “Political Independence”, language and national development and language varieties. Section 2 contains papers in Applied Linguistics in its narrow and extended senses. There are papers on language teaching and learning, interference and intraference phenomena, language engineering (with focus on codification), communication disorders, and much more. The third section contains sixteen (16) papers in the core areas of linguistics, including phonology, morphology and syntax of Nigerian languages. Some of the papers address aspects of the phonological and morphosyntactic processes of deletion, affixation, cliticisation, causativisation, complementation, serialisation, agreement, and much more. The phrasal structure and pronominal systems of some languages were also discussed.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Convergence English And Nigerian Languages

Author : Ndimele, Ozo-mekuri
ISBN : 9789785412703
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The present volume, which is the 5th in the Nigerian Linguists Festschrift Series, is devoted to Professor Munzali A. Jibril, a celebrated icon in university administration, and an erudite Professor of English Linguistics. The title of this special edition was specifically chosen to crown Professor Jibril’s academic prowess in both English and indigenous Nigerian languages, and to mark and laud his official departure from active university lectureship. 72 assessed papers are included from the many submitted. Papers cover the main theme of the volume, i.e. the interaction between English and indigenous Nigerian languages, and there are a number of papers on other secular areas of linguistics such as: language and history, language planning and policy, language documentation, language engineering, lexicography, translation, gender studies, language acquisition, language teaching and learning, pragmatics, discourse and conversational analysis, and literature in English and African languages. There is also a rich section devoted to the major ‘traditional’ fields of linguistics - phonology, morphology, syntax and semantics.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Society Schools And Progress In Nigeria

Author : L. J. Lewis
ISBN : 9781483136486
Genre : Education
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Society, Schools and Progress in Nigeria is one of a mutually supporting series of books on SOCIETY, SCHOOLS AND PROGRESS in a number of important countries or regions. Nigeria makes a good field of study for several reasons. As Africans, the Nigerians are closely scrutinized by neighbors throughout the huge continent. A hitherto underdeveloped people, they are helping to lead the rapid development of more than 2000 million people who have until now been in a similar position. Inevitably, therefore, their use and modification of previously unquestioned instruments of education seem likely to bring challenges (perhaps enlightenment) to educators everywhere. The book opens with an overview of Nigeria and its people. This is followed by separate chapters on the development of modern education in the country from the sixteenth to the twentieth centuries, administration, the school system, family influences, and background social forces. The series is intended to serve students of sociology, government and politics, as well as education.
Category: Education

History Of Education In Nigeria

Author : A. Babs Fafunwa
ISBN : 9780429847127
Genre : Education
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Originally published in 1974, a comprehensive history of Nigerian Education, from early times right through to the time of publication, had long been needed by all concerned with Education in Nigeria, students, teachers and educational administrators. No one was better qualified than Professor Fafunwa to provide such a book, and in doing so he gave due emphasis to the beginnings of Education in its three main stages of indigenous, Muslim and Christian Education. Nigerian Education had been considered all too often as a comparatively recent phenomenon, but this book points out from the start that ‘Education is as old as Man himself in Africa’ and that both Islam and Christianity were comparative newcomers in the field. A historical treatment of these three strands which have combined to make up the modern Educational system was vital to a clear understanding of what was needed for the future, and most of the first half of the book is concerned with these Educational beginnings. The imposing of a foreign colonial system on this framework did not always lead to a happy fusion of the systems, and the successes and the failures are examined in detail. There was no shortage of documentary evidence in the form of reports and statistics during the decades prior to publication, but this evidence was frequently scattered and inaccessible to the student, so that the author’s careful selection of key evidence and reports, often drawn from his own personal experience, will be invaluable for those wishing to trace the development of Education in Nigeria up to the early 1970s. A knowledge of the history and development of the Nigerian Education system, of the numerous and intensely varied personalities and beliefs which have combined and often conflicted to shape it, is indispensable to all students in colleges and universities studying to become teachers. It is this knowledge that Professor Fafunwa set out to provide, drawing on his wide experience as teacher writer and educationalist.
Category: Education

Four Decades In The Study Of Nigerian Languages And Linguistics

Author : Ndimele, Ozo-mekuri
ISBN : 9789785644005
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This volume is produced in commemoration of the official retirement of Professor Kay Williamson from the Department of Linguistics and Communication Studies, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria. The contributing essayists cover five main generations of Nigerian linguists. The collection is divided into six sections: Language, history and Society; Applied Linguistics and Orthography Design; Gender and Communication Studies; Stylistics and Literature; Pragmatics, Discourse Analysis and Translation; and Formal Linguistics. Some of the contributors include: Ayo Bamgbose, Okon Essie, Ben Elugbe, P.A. Nwachukwu, E.N. Emenanjo, P. Anagbogu, Chinyere Ohiri-Aniche, O.M. Ndimele, O.G. Harry, Levi Igwe, C.U. Omego, O. Ojukwu, A.U. Weje, O.N. Anyanwu and A. Idafuro.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Twelve Nigerian Languages

Author : Elizabeth Dunstan
ISBN : UOM:39015004880673
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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English For Nigerians

Author : Ikwuyatum Ọmakwue Ikwue
ISBN : STANFORD:36105007380855
Genre : English language
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Category: English language

Language In Nigeria

Author : Kọ́lá Owólabí
ISBN : UVA:X004002062
Genre : African languages
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Category: African languages

Nigeria

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ISBN : IND:30000008428173
Genre : Nigeria
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Category: Nigeria

Nigerian English Usage

Author : David Jowitt
ISBN : STANFORD:36105016850146
Genre : English language
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Category: English language

Get Better In Hausa Igbo Yoruba

Author : Yinka Amuda
ISBN : 1524629081
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The Exercises in this booklet deal with errors that could be committed by students of the Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba languages of Nigeria, as well as the English language. It contains 20 varied exercises to test learners' use of the languages; together with the answers to those exercises which are contained at the back of the book, for learners to verify the correctness of their own answers. This book, which can also be used as a workbook in schools, boosts understanding and skills in the areas of structuring sentences, changing tenses and choosing good words. The book also contains 200 vivid illustrations - each question is written alongside an illustration to aid the understanding of each one. It is a comprehensive and detailed aid in enhancing literacy for different age groups, from school age to mature learners, as well as those who are especially interested in learning Nigerian languages. The book is aimed at learners who already have knowledge of one or more of the languages, and who want to improve their skills in the use of them and possibly others. Nigeria is Africa's most populous country with over 180m inhabitants. Nigerians will also likely make up a large portion of the African diaspora all over the world. This workbook is also useful for this demographic, which includes children (born to Nigerian parents) growing up outside of Nigeria. Such ones may want to improve or refresh their knowledge of these 3 Nigerian languages.
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