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This is a phenomenological study that studies a small group of five (5) adult learners and two (2) teachers at E.W.
Hobbs ABET center in Eldoradopark, and investigates how the colloquial Afrikaans spoken in Eldoradopark and the home environment influences the learners’ competency in the classroom where ‘standard’ Afrikaans is required.
The study revealed that standard Afrikaans is a requirement across the curriculum at this center, but is only rigorously applied in the Afrikaans class.
This proved to have an impact on learning as colloquial Afrikaans is accepted in all other classes except the Afrikaans class.
The implications of this is that the curriculum should be reevaluated and adjusted to implement standard Afrikaans in all learning areas, or accept colloquial Afrikaans in all subjects, including the Afrikaans class.
Bernice Davids is a script writer and academic.
She completed her BA degree in Dramatic Art in 2003 and subsequently completed a Masters Degree in Adult Education.
This was sparked by her involvement in community initiatives.
Bernice is currently completing her doctorate in Language Practice.
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