College of Humanities

PhD Graduate looks at motivation to learn Afrikaans as second language in study

University of KwaZulu-Natal lecturer, Dr Loraine Prinsloo, graduated with a PhD in arts for her research that looked at the motivation to learn Afrikaans and the willingness to speak Afrikaans by Afrikaans second language pre-service teaching students. These students were enrolled for the module Afrikaans Kommunikasie 110 in the School of Education.

Throughout the study, the context behind the learning of Afrikaans as a second language, in a province where it is statistically seen as a minority language, was taken into consideration.

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