Afrikaanse taalkunde (1) 856

Module code AFR 856
Qualification Postgraduate
Faculty Faculty of Humanities
Module content

Capita selecta uit:
Afrikaanse historiese taalkunde
‘n Teoretiese oorsig van taalverandering in die algemeen en meer spesifiek toegepas op die ontwikkeling van Afrikaans. Spesiale aandag word ook gewy aan standaardisering en die konstruksie van identiteit.
Aspekte van die Afrikaanse grammatika
‘n Verskeidenheid aspekte van die Afrikaanse grammatiese sisteem word behandel. Spesiale aandag sal gewy word aan sintaktiese en morfologiese kwessies.
Onderrig van die Afrikaanse taalkunde
Die teorie van tweedetaalonderrig, kwessies rakende die onderrig van Afrikaans as huistaal en as addisionele taal, kritiese oorsig van die nasionale kurrikulumbeskrywings rakende taalstudie, taalkundige grondslae van die huidige skoolkurrikulum.

Module credits 20.00
NQF Level 09
Prerequisites No prerequisites.
Contact time 1 seminar per week
Language of tuition Module is presented in Afrikaans
Department Afrikaans
Period of presentation Semester 1

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