The largely low proficiency in English with most French-speaking learners in Africa is the main concern in this collective book. The investigators from Benin, Côte d’ivoire, Cameroon and Ghana discuss issues in oral skills development ranging from pronunciation to real life speech (in Part One) and reading and writing as written skills (Part Two) in the school system. The last part of the volume handles issues like translation from French to English and corporate language policies. Ethnography, discourse analysis and the experimental approach, variably used in the nineteen chapters of the volume, support the findings and perspectives for the Francophone English proficiency seekers in Africa. .


Etienne Dagasso (PhD) is Senior Lecturer in English language and linguistics at the Advanced Teacher Training College of the University of Maroua, Cameroon. He is mainly concerned with phonological processes in English in general and the English of non-native users in particular.

Koaténin Kouamé (PhD) is Senior Lecturer in Didactics at the English Department of Alassane Ouattara University, Bouaké, Côte d’Ivoire. His research interests take up all the areas of applied linguistics, but more particularly, error analysis, language skills and materials development.

Bolivar Siéwoué (PhD) teaches English as both a High School Teacher and a part-time lecturer in the University of Dschang, Cameroon. His scientific endeavours cover language skills development and English for Specific Purposes (ESP).

Détails du livre

Titre :

Teaching English to Francophones in Africa
Issues in Language Skills Development

Auteur : Etienne Dagasso, Koaténin Kouamé, Bolivar Siéwoué
Editeur : Editions Cheikh Anta Diop
Collection : Collection Univers Pédagogique en Mutation
ISBN : 978-9956-433-10-0
Nombre de pages : 526
Dimensions : 18 x 25 cm
Date de publication : 24 Avril 2021
Prix : Afrique : 19 680F.CFA / 30€ - Hors Afrique : 26 240 F.CFA / 40€
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