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This study investigated the use of adapted teaching strategies used by grade 3 educators in literacy in selected schools in northern KwaZulu-Natal.
A mixed methods research design was used which included the use of a questionnaire and semi-structured interviews to gather data.
The findings which were linked to the literature review revealed that educators lacked adequate knowledge and skills to adapt their teaching strategies as they have not been adequately trained to teach literacy within multilingual contexts.
Although some educators were using adapted teaching strategies they were not using them effectively in their multilingual classrooms while some educators did not have a well-structured intervention programme at school to deal with learners who were experiencing problems with literacy.
To enhance the findings of this research, it would be recommended for further research.
Veena is a junior primary educator at Shakaskraal Primary school in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa.
She obtained her Masters degree at Durban University of Technology.
In 2010 she did a virtual presentation at an international Conference (ICERI) in Madrid, Spain.
Presently she is studying her doctorate degree.
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