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Professor Rosemary Moyana

Senior Lecturer

Professor Rosemary Moyana

D.Phil. (UZ); M.A. (UZ); M.A. (West Chester, USA);Teaching Certificate (Lincoln, USA); B.A. (Lincoln, USA).

rmoyana@education.uz.ac.zw

  

Publications

1.Moyana, Rosemary (2012). Relationships and Genuine Sisterhood: An Africana Womanist Discussion of Chris Cleave’s The Other Hand and Virginia Phiri’s Highway Queen. In Muwati, I., Mguni, Z., Gwekwerere, T., and Magosvongwe, R., Editors (2012). Rediscoursing African Womanhood in the Search for Sustainable Renaissance: Africana Womanism in Multi-disciplinary Approaches. Harare: College Press, pp 63-70.

2.Moyana, Rosemary (November, 2011). The Place of Zimbabwean Education System: A Regional and International Comparative Analysis.  A Book Chapter in Chisaka, B.C., Editor-in-Chief (November, 2011) State of the Zimbabwean Education Sector in the 21stCentury.  Harare: Human Resources Research Centre, University of Zimbabwe, 26-40.

3.Nyoni, Eric, Moyana, Rosemary (2012). Pedagogical Soundness of Using Found Poetry to Help Students Interact with and Manipulate Literary Texts: An Integrated Approach. Occasional Papers. Harare: Human Resources Research Centre, University of Zimbabwe.

4.Moyana, Rosemary (2012).Relationships and Genuine Sisterhood: An Africana Womanist Discussion of Chris Cleave’s The Other Hand and Virginia Phiri’s Highway Queen. In Muwati, I., Mguni, Z., Gwekwerere, T., and Magosvongwe, R., Editors (2012). Rediscoursing African Womanhood in the Search for Sustainable Renaissance: Africana Womanism in Multi-disciplinary Approaches. Harare: College Press, 63-70.

5.Nyoni, Eric, Moyana, Rosemary (2012).Pedagogical Soundness of Using Found Poetry to Help Students Interact with and Manipulate Literary Texts: An Integrated Approach. Occasional Papers. Harare: Human Resources Research Centre, University of Zimbabwe.

6.Moyana, Rosemary (2011). ‘Before the Poets Could Speak’: A Discussion of Selected Black-Authored and White-Authored Pre-Independence Zimbabwean Poems. In Imbizo, International Journal of African Literature and Comparative Studies. Pretoria: UNISA,  11-26.

7.Moyana, Rosemary (2011). The Place of Zimbabwean Education System, A Regional and International Comparative Analysis. A Book Chapter in Chisaka, B.C., Editor-in-Chief (2011) State of the Zimbabwean Education Sector in the 21st Century. Harare: Human Resources Research Centre, University of Zimbabwe, 26-40.

8.Moyana, Rosemary (2010). Hunting in Foreign Lands and Other Stories, Co-Editor and author of the book’s “Critical Introduction.” Harare: Priority Projects Publishers,xi-xxxi.

9.Moyana, Rosemary (2010). “Another Way of Seeing, Another Way of Thinking…A Discussion of George Mujajati’s Novel, The Sun Will Rise Again and Asare Konadu’s Novel, A Woman in Her Prime” in Zambezia, Journal of the University of Zimbabwe, Special Edition, 52-69.

10.Moyana, Rosemary (2009, co-authored). “A Capacity Enhancement Training Programme in Open Distance and e-Learning (ODeL) Methodologies for the University of Zimbabwe Lecturers: A Pilot Study Report (co-authored). Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research21 (2), July 2009. Harare, University of Zimbabwe: Human Resources Research Centre.

11.Moyana, Rosemary (2008). “Teaching Literature to Non-Literature Examination Secondary School Classes: A Report on a Graduate Certificate in Education (GRAD. C.E.) Action Research Assignment” in The Zimbabwe Bulletin of Teacher Education, Volume 14, No. 2, May.

12.Moyana, Rosemary (2008). “Book Review” (co-authored with Barbara C. Manyarara) of Brighton Mazhindu and Ruby Magosvongwe, The Offshoot. Harare: Priority Projects Publishing, 112 pages, in Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research 20 (3).

13.Moyana, Rosemary (2006).“Women in Charles Mungoshi’s Works” in M. Chirere and M.T. Vambe, editors, Charles Mungoshi, A Critical Reader. Harare: Prestige Books, 152-167.

14.Moyana, Rosemary (2006). “Gender Issues in Selected Shona Female-Authored Novels” in Z. Mguni, R. Magosvongwe and M. Furusa, editors, African Womanhood in Zimbabwean Literature: New Persspectives in African Languages. Harare: The College Press, 108-124.

15.Moyana, Rosemary (2005). “Book Review” of Polo ‘Malehlohonolo Ndumo, Africa My Africa. Morija, Lesotho: Morija Sesotho Book Depot, 2000, 122 pages in Zambezia, Journal of the University of Zimbabwe, Volume 33,  Nos. i/ii, 139-143.

16.Moyana, Rosemary (2003). "A Brief Critique of Africa, My Africa" in Polo M. Ndumo's novel, Africa, My Africa Part 2. Morija, Lesotho: Morija Sesutho Book Depot, vi-xiii.

17.Moyana, Rosemary (2003). "A Brief Critique of Africa, My Africa" in Polo M. Ndumo, Africa, My Africa Part III.   Morija, Lesotho: Morija Sesutho Book Depot, vi-xvi.

18.Moyana, Rosemary (2003). "A Brief Critique of Africa, My Africa" in Polo M. Ndumo, Africa, My Africa Part IV. Morija, Lesotho: Morija Sesutho Book Depot, vii- xiii.

19.Moyana, Rosemary (2002)."Reading in Zimbabwe" in Constantinos Papanastasiou and Victor Froese, editors, Reading Literacy  in 14 Countries. Lefkosia: University of Cyprus Press, 275-289.

20.Moyana, Rosemary (2000). Reading Literacy at Junior Secondary School Level in Zimbabwe. Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2000.

21.Moyana, Rosemary (1996). "Literature and Liberation, the Second Phase...A Discussion of Shimmer Chinodya's Harvest of Thorns" in Emmanuel Ngara, compiler and editor, New Writing from Southern Africa,

Authors who have Become Prominent Since 1980. London: James Currey; Cape Town: David Philip; Harare: Baobab; Nairobi: E.A.E.P.; Portsmouth: Heinemann, 45-58.      

22.Moyana, Rosemary (1996). "Men and Women: Gender Issues in Tsitsi Dangarembga's Nervous Conditions and She No Longer Weeps" in E.D. Jones and M. Jones, editors, African Literature Today, 20. London: James Currey; Trenton, N.J.: Africa World Press,25-34.

23.Moyana, Rosemary (1994). "Tsitsi Dangarembga's Nervous Conditions: An Attempt in the Feminist Tradition" in M.F.C. Bourdillon, editor, Zambezia, The Journal of the University of Zimbabwe 21 (1), 23-42.

24.Moyana, Rosemary (1993). "Patriotism and the Zimbabwean School Child" in C. Marira, editor, Zimbabwe Bulletin of Teacher Education 3 (1), 62-74.

25.Moyana, Rosemary (1992). "Research in Progress: IEA Press Release" in Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research (ZJER) 4 (3), Harare: Human Resources Research Centre, University of Zimbabwe, 307-330.

26.Moyana, Rosemary (1991). "The Difficulties of Teaching Poetry" in Zimbabwe Bulletin of Teacher Education 1 (1), Harare: Department of Teacher Education,University of Zimbabwe March, 59-79.

27.Moyana, Rosemary (1991). "Teaching English in Zimbabwean Secondary Schools: The Importance of Preparation" in Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research 3 (3), November, 225-245.           

28.Moyana, Rosemary (1991). "Evidence of Acquisition of Reading Skill Related to Comprehension of the Narrative Passages: Data from the IEA Reading Literacy Study Pilot Testing in Zimbabwe" in Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research 3 (2), 125-143; 205-207.

29.Moyana, Rosemary (1991). "Towards the Liberation of the Mind: An Important Agenda for Budding Writers in Zimbabwe" in Journal of Social Change and Development 26, 2nd Quarter, 11-12.

30.Moyana, Rosemary (1991). "Research in Progress: The IEA Reading Literacy Study" Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research 3 (2), 205-207.

31.Moyana, Rosemary (1991). "Evidence of Students' Performance in Expository Passages and Non-Mathematical Documents: Data from the Pilot Version of the IEA Reading Literacy Research Study" in Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research 3 (1), 1-22.

32.Moyana, Rosemary (1990). "Research in Progress: The IEA Reading Literacy Research Study" in Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research 2 (3), 312-315.

33.Moyana, Rosemary (1990). "Framework and Strategies for Improving Reading" in Teachers' Forum. Harare: The College Press, April,10-11.

34.Moyana, Rosemary (1989). "Research in Progress: the IEA Reading Literacy Research Study" in Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research 1 (3), 402-406.

35.Moyana, Rosemary (1988). "The Role of Women in the Colonial and Neo-Colonial Periods: Ngugi wa Thiong'o's A Grain of WheatPetals of Blood and Festus Iyayi's Violence in Journal of Educational and Social Research 1 (1), Harare: Belvedere Teachers' College,32-62.

36.Moyana, Rosemary (1983; 1984). Belvedere Teachers' College Prospectus. Gweru: Mambo Press.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (2012). Relationships and Genuine Sisterhood: An Africana Womanist Discussion of Chris Cleave’s The Other Hand and Virginia Phiri’s Highway Queen. In Muwati, I., Mguni, Z., Gwekwerere, T., and Magosvongwe, R., Editors (2012). Rediscoursing African Womanhood in the Search for Sustainable Renaissance: Africana Womanism in Multi-disciplinary Approaches.Harare: College Press, pp 63-70.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (November, 2011). The Place of Zimbabwean Education System: A Regional and International Comparative Analysis.  A Book Chapter in Chisaka, B.C., Editor-in-Chief (November, 2011) State of the Zimbabwean Education Sector in the 21stCentury.  Harare: Human Resources Research Centre, University of Zimbabwe, 26-40.
  2. Nyoni, Eric, Moyana, Rosemary (2012). Pedagogical Soundness of Using Found Poetry to Help Students Interact with and Manipulate Literary Texts: An Integrated Approach. Occasional Papers. Harare: Human Resources Research Centre, University of Zimbabwe.
  3. Moyana, Rosemary (2012).Relationships and Genuine Sisterhood: An Africana Womanist Discussion of Chris Cleave’s The Other Handand Virginia Phiri’s Highway Queen. In Muwati, I., Mguni, Z., Gwekwerere, T., and Magosvongwe, R., Editors (2012). Rediscoursing African Womanhood in the Search for Sustainable Renaissance: Africana Womanism in Multi-disciplinary Approaches. Harare: College Press, 63-70.

  1. Nyoni, Eric, Moyana, Rosemary (2012).Pedagogical Soundness of Using Found Poetry to Help Students Interact with and Manipulate Literary Texts: An Integrated Approach. Occasional Papers. Harare: Human Resources Research Centre, University of Zimbabwe.
  2. Moyana, Rosemary (2011). ‘Before the Poets Could Speak’: A Discussion of Selected Black-Authored and White-Authored Pre-Independence Zimbabwean Poems. In Imbizo, International Journal of African Literature and Comparative Studies. Pretoria: UNISA, 
  3. 11-26.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (2011). The Place of Zimbabwean Education System, A Regional and International Comparative Analysis. A Book Chapter in Chisaka, B.C., Editor-in-Chief (2011) State of the Zimbabwean Education Sector in the 21st Century. Harare: Human Resources Research Centre, University of Zimbabwe, 26-40.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (2010). Hunting in Foreign Lands and Other Stories, Co-Editor and author of the book’s “Critical Introduction.” Harare: Priority Projects Publishers,xi-xxxi.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (2010). “Another Way of Seeing, Another Way of Thinking…A Discussion of George Mujajati’s Novel, The Sun Will Rise Again and Asare Konadu’s Novel, A Woman in Her Prime” in Zambezia, Journal of the University of Zimbabwe, Special Edition, 52-69.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (2009, co-authored). “A Capacity Enhancement Training Programme in Open Distance and e-Learning (ODeL) Methodologies for the University of Zimbabwe Lecturers: A Pilot Study Report (co-authored). Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research 21 (2), July 2009. Harare, University of Zimbabwe: Human Resources Research Centre.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (2008). “Teaching Literature to Non-Literature Examination Secondary School Classes: A Report on a Graduate Certificate in Education (GRAD. C.E.) Action Research Assignment” in The Zimbabwe Bulletin of Teacher Education, Volume 14, No. 2, May.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (2008). “Book Review” (co-authored with Barbara C. Manyarara) of Brighton Mazhindu and Ruby Magosvongwe, The Offshoot. Harare: Priority Projects Publishing, 112 pages, in Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research 20 (3).

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (2006). “Foreword” in Chipo Dyanda, Martha Dozva, Alice Kuyayama & Junniel Matavire, Norms Competence Approach to English Literacy, Book 1: Lower Primary Grades. Harare: University of Zimbabwe Human Resources Research Centre, iv-vii..

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (2006). “Foreword” in Chipo Dyanda, Martha Dozva, Alice Kuyayama & Junniel Matavire, Norms Competence Approach to English Literacy, Book 2: Upper Primary Grades. Harare: University of Zimbabwe Human Resources Research Centre, iv-v.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (2006).“Women in Charles Mungoshi’s Works” in M. Chirere and M.T. Vambe, editors, Charles Mungoshi, A Critical Reader. Harare: Prestige Books, 152-167.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (2006). “Gender Issues in Selected Shona Female-Authored Novels” in Z. Mguni, R. Magosvongwe and M. Furusa, editors, African Womanhood in Zimbabwean Literature: New Persspectives in African Languages. Harare: The College Press, 108-124.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (2005). “Book Review” of Polo ‘Malehlohonolo Ndumo, Africa My Africa. Morija, Lesotho: Morija Sesotho Book Depot, 2000, 122 pages in Zambezia, Journal of the University of Zimbabwe, Volume 33,  Nos. i/ii, 139-143.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (2003). "A Brief Critique of Africa, My Africa" in Polo M. Ndumo's novel, Africa, My Africa Part 2. Morija, Lesotho: Morija Sesutho Book Depot, vi-xiii.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (2003). "A Brief Critique of Africa, My Africa" in Polo M. Ndumo, Africa, My Africa Part III.   Morija, Lesotho: Morija Sesutho Book Depot, vi-xvi.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (2003). "A Brief Critique of Africa, My Africa" in Polo M. Ndumo, Africa, My Africa Part IV. Morija, Lesotho: Morija Sesutho Book Depot, vii- xiii.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (2002)."Reading in Zimbabwe" in Constantinos Papanastasiou and Victor Froese, editors, Reading Literacy  in 14 Countries. Lefkosia: University of Cyprus Press, 275-289.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (2000). Reading Literacy at Junior Secondary School Level in Zimbabwe. Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publications, 2000.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (1996). "Literature and Liberation, the Second Phase...A Discussion of Shimmer Chinodya's Harvest of Thorns" in Emmanuel Ngara, compiler and editor, New Writing from Southern Africa, Authors who have Become Prominent Since 1980. London: James Currey; Cape Town: David Philip; Harare: Baobab; Nairobi: E.A.E.P.; Portsmouth: Heinemann, 45-58.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (1996). "Men and Women: Gender Issues in Tsitsi Dangarembga's Nervous Conditions and She No Longer Weeps" in E.D. Jones and M. Jones, editors, African Literature Today, 20. London: James Currey; Trenton, N.J.: Africa World Press,25-34.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (1994). "Tsitsi Dangarembga's Nervous Conditions: An Attempt in the Feminist Tradition" in M.F.C. Bourdillon, editor, Zambezia, The Journal of the University of Zimbabwe 21 (1), 23-42.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (1993). "Patriotism and the Zimbabwean School Child" in C. Marira, editor, Zimbabwe Bulletin of Teacher Education 3 (1), 62-74.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (1992). "Research in Progress: IEA Press Release" in Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research (ZJER) 4 (3), Harare: Human Resources Research Centre, University of Zimbabwe, 307-330.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (1991). "The Difficulties of Teaching Poetry" in Zimbabwe Bulletin of Teacher Education 1 (1), Harare: Department of Teacher Education,University of Zimbabwe March, 59-79.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (1991). "Teaching English in Zimbabwean Secondary Schools: The Importance of Preparation" in Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research 3 (3), November, 225-245.     

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (1991). "Evidence of Acquisition of Reading Skill Related to Comprehension of the Narrative Passages: Data from the IEA Reading Literacy Study Pilot Testing in Zimbabwe" in Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research 3 (2), 125-143; 205-207.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (1991). "Towards the Liberation of the Mind: An Important Agenda for Budding Writers in Zimbabwe" in Journal of Social Change and Development 26, 2nd Quarter, 11-12.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (1991). "Research in Progress: The IEA Reading Literacy Study" Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research 3 (2), 205-207.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (1991). "Evidence of Students' Performance in Expository Passages and Non-Mathematical Documents: Data from the Pilot Version of the IEA Reading Literacy Research Study" in Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research 3 (1), 1-22.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (1990). "Research in Progress: The IEA Reading Literacy Research Study" in Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research 2 (3), 312-315.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (1990). "Framework and Strategies for Improving Reading" in Teachers' Forum. Harare: The College Press, April,10-11.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (1989). "Research in Progress: the IEA Reading Literacy Research Study" in Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research 1 (3), 402-406.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (1988). "The Role of Women in the Colonial and Neo-Colonial Periods: Ngugi wa Thiong'o's A Grain of WheatPetals of Blood and Festus Iyayi's Violence in Journal of Educational and Social Research 1 (1), Harare: Belvedere Teachers' College,32-62.

  1. Moyana, Rosemary (1983; 1984). Belvedere Teachers' College Prospectus. Gweru: Mambo Press.

Professor Vitalis Nyawaranda

Professor Vitalis Nyawaranda

Lecturer

Professor Vitalis Nyawaranda

Ph.D. English as a Second Language-ESL (McGill);  

M.A. ESL (UZ); B.A. Special Hons, Shona (UZ); B.A. Special Hons, English (UZ); B.A. General, Eng and Shona (UZ); Certificate in Education, Gweru Teachers’ College.

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Research Interests: ESL Classroom discourse.

Current Research: Analysis of social conversation,        

Publications

Books Published

  1. Chave Chirungu Chino. Harare: The Literature Bureau, 1979.
  2. Mwana Womumusha, The Literature Bureau (1980)
  3. Mira Nowako, Longmans (1982) – “A” Level set book
  4. Mutunhu Une Mago, Longmans (1985) – “O” Level set book
  5. Paida Mwoyo, College Press (1987) – “A” Level set book
  6. Mombe Yaishereketa,College Press (1987)
  7. Ndiani Achariima Gura? College Press (1990) – “O” Level set book
  8. Vakaimedza Ichiri Kufema, Mambo Press (1990)
  9. Barika RemashefuLongmans (1991) University Set book – “A” Level set book
  10. The Swinging GraduateJuta (1995)
  11. MadhiriThe Literature Bureau (1996)
  12. Chakauya Chokumayadhi,The Literature Bureau (1997)
  13. Teaching Englishin Zimbabwe: Trends and Prospects (in press)
  14. Grade 3 Writing Norms Test: Answer Book,HRRC (2003)
  15. Grade 3 Writing Norms Test: Administration Manual,HRRC (2003)
  16. Grade 6 Writing Norms Test:Answer Book,HRRC (2003)
  17. Grade 6 Writing Norms Test: Administration Manual,HRRC (2003)
  18. Comprehensive English Literacy Norms for Zimbabwe Primary Schools: Grade 6 Teacher’s Manual
  19. Comprehensive English Literacy Norms for Zimbabwe Primary Schools Phase 1 Report – (Co-Editor)
  20. Ndawi O. and Nyawaranda V. (Editors) Teaching Humainities at Secondary School (in press)

Work Published in Anthologies/Books

  1. Style and form in Mungoshi’s works. In M.T. Vambe and M. Chirere (eds) (2006). Charles Mungoshi: A critical reader.Harare: Prestige Books, 2007 – 213.
  2. Two poems in And now the Poets Speak, Zimunya & Kadhani) (eds) Mambo Press (1981)
  3. Two poems in Nhetembo , The Literature Bureau(eds), Mambo Press (1972)
  4. Five poems in Gwenyambira, C. Mungoshi (ed.), Mambo Press (1979)
  5. One Short Story in Hondo Yechimurenga The Literature Bureau (ed.), Mambo Press (1982)
  6. One Short Story in Gore Rechitatu by C.J Ngwaru, College Press (1988)
  7. One short Play in Kuziva Mbuya Huudzwa Book 1 by G. Matindike, Zimbabwe Educational Books (1980)
  8. One Short Play in Kuziva Mbuya Huudzwa Book 4 by G. Matindike, Zimbabwe Educational Books (1982)
  9. One Comprehension passage in Zambuko Book 4 by H. Chimhundu, College Press (1991)
  10. One Short Story in The Rainbow Flute, Finlayson, R. (ed.) Shuter & Shooter (1997)
  11. Two poems in Chakarira Chindunduma M. Zimunya (ed.), Mambo Press (1981)
  12. ‘Teaching Literature in English’. In Teaching Humanities at Secondary School, edited by Ndawi, O. and Nyawaranda V, (in press)
  13. Form and style in Mungoshi’s writings (Chapter contribution). In Vambe and Chirere (eds). (2006) Mungoshi: A critical reader. Harare: Prestige

Published Papers/Articles

  1. Dyanda, C, Makoni, R, Nyawaranda V, Tondhlana, J, Machingaidze, E, Muyambo, G, and Sithole, J. (2006). The Nature of the Comprehensive English Literacy Test of the University of Zimbabwe, (Celtuz-Primary) – Field Edition. Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research,vol. 18 , no 2, December, 2006, 275 – 286
  2. Shumba O.and Nyawaranda V. (2005). Quality education for social transformation: Methodological perspectives of the Growing Up and Sexual Maturation Project Zimbabwe Journal of Education Research, vol.17, no. 2, July, 2005, 80 – 90.
  3. Nyawaranda, V. Doing a qualitative study. The Zimbabwean Bulletin of Teacher Education, Vol. 12, Issue 1, June, 2003, pp. 1 – 16
  4. Nyawaranda V. Theoretical inquiry into the teaching of comprehension, International journal of open and distance learning, vol. 1, 2001
  5. Nyawaranda, V. The use of the mother tongue (Shona, L1) in Second Language (English, L2) instruction and learning in Zimbabwe: A case for a Common underlying hypothesis, Zimbabwe journal of educational research,vol. 12, No. 1, March 2000.
  6. Nyawaranda , V. A proposed model for teacher education in Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe bulletin of teacher education,vol. 8, November , 1999.
  7. Siyakwazi, P. & Nyawaranda V. : An investigation of non-graduate student teachers’ perceptions of and attitudes towards teacher educators’ supervision and assessment of their (students’) classroom teaching. Zimbabwe bulletin of teacher education,vol. 3, September , 1993.
  8. Siyakwazi, P. & Nyawaranda, V. Student teachers’ perceptions of and attitudes towards teaching practice deployment in Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe journal of educational research, vol. 5, no 1, March, 1993.
  9. Nyawaranda, V. Purposeful writing: Some practical observations. Teachers’ forum, June, 1990
  10. Nyawaranda, V. On languages and Learning. Teachers’ forum,September, 1989, vol. 17, no 9,22
  11. Nyawaranda, V. Teaching for linguistic and communicative competence. Teachers’ Forum, February, 1988, vol. 16, no. 2, 19 22.
  12. Nyawaranda, V. Diglossia and its effects on the teaching of English as a Second Language in Zimbabwe. Teachers’ forum,October, 1988

Tonderayi Moyo (Mr)

Lecturer

Tonderayi Moyo (Mr)

M.A. History (UZ); B.A (Hons) Economic History (UZ); Diploma in Education (Gweru Teachers’ College).

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Research Interests: Colonial and Post Colonial Zimbabwe, Contemporary Issues in History

Current Research: ICT and the Teaching of History in Secondary School in     Zimbabwe


Publications

1.An Evaluation of the ‘New History’ Phenomenon: ZJER Vol 23 Number 3, November 2011, pages 302-314.

2.The forgotten women: A case study of reproductive health issues among women living with disabilities and educational implications in Harare: ZJER Vol. 22, Number2, July 2010, pages 151-169.

3.Theories on the Scramble and Partition of Africa and colonization of Zimbabwe: in National and Strategic Studies Module 1, Open and distance learning, Department of Teacher Education, 2013, pages 11-39.

4.Colonial rule to 1923: National and strategic studies module1, Open and Distance learning, pages 40-71.

5.The Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland (1953-1963) in National and Strategic Studies Module 1, Open and Distance learning, 2013, pages 107-145.

6.Zimbabwe’s relations with the International Community: in National and Strategic studies Module 2, Open and Distance Learning, 2013, pages 256-302.

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