"Towards Embedding Graphics in the Teaching of Reading and Literature in Nigeria"
Though the ability to think is one of the numerous roles of the human brain (Parry and Gregory, 1998), many learner readers in Nigeria lack the required skills for creative and critical thinking necessary for interpretation during and after reading sessions. This may not be unconnected with the teacher-centred commit-to-memory-based pedagogy used by teachers. This study, therefore, foregrounds...
Published at International Journal of Educational Investigations
Volume Vol.3, No. 7
Pages 2410 -3446
Published in 2016
Emmanuel Uba1*, Emmanuel Oteiku2, Eugenia Abiodun-Eniayekan3
ABIODUN-ENIAYEKAN Eugenia » Dr. E. N. ABIODUN-ENIAYEKAN is a graduate of French up to Ph.D level. She had both her B.A. and M.A. (French) from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka in 1986 and 1990 respectively. She got her Ph.D also in French from the Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State in 2013. Her area of specialization is African Literature in French. She presently teaches French at the Covenant University. Since 2009,... view full profile
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