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  • Maurine Kang’ahi, Francis Chisikwa Indoshi, Tony Omusonga Okwach (Scholars Journal of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, 2014)
    Abstract: The classroom learning conditions embodies more than physical environment. However, researchers have overly focused on the physical classroom learning environment leaving out other conditions of learning. This ...
  • Maurine Kang’ahi, Francis Chisikwa Indoshi, Tonny Omusonga Okwach, Joseph Osodo (International Journal of Academic Research in Progressive Education and Development, 2012)
    Effective use of learning strategies can greatly improve learners’ achievement. In Hamisi District in Kenya, secondary school students have continued to attain poor results in Kiswahili subject in the Kenya Certificate of ...
  • Wilfrida Kemuma Momanyi, Beverlyne Asiko Ambuyo, Rocha Mzungu Chimerah (East African Journal of Swahili Studies, 2019)
    Tasnifu hii inachanganua athari ya mageuzi ya maneno kwenye muundo wa sentensi sahili ya Ekegusii ikiangazia sheria na kanuni zinazotawala mageuzi hayo. Mageuzi ya kisintaksia huleta mabadiliko mengi katika sentensi asili. ...
  • Benard Odoyo Okal, Florence Indede, Ernest Sangai Mohochi (Swahili Forum, 2016)
    Hiponimia ni uhusiano wa kifahiwa unaodhihirika baina ya leksimu ya jumla (hipanimu) na mahususi (hiponimu). Kama vile hipanimu mzazi hujumuisha hiponimu baba na mama. Uhusiano huu wa kihi-ponimia ulidhukuriwa na wanaisimu ...
  • Inger Lassen, Florence Ngesa Indede, Charles Okumu (Academic Journals, 2018)
    This article prepares the ground for contributions included in the special issue by unpacking the concepts of stability, democracy and rights, which are included in the overall theme. It is concerned with how these concepts ...
  • J Jagero, E Mohochi, Florence Indede (International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 2013)
    Online communication is rapidly changing how language is being used. With the increasing number of social networks people are engaging in various discourses using various languages. Kiswahili is one of the languages being ...
  • Florence Ngesa Indede (Academic Journals, 2018)
    Wars and tribal conflicts disrupt young children who are dependent on their parents for care, empathy, attention and protection. Some children end up in refugee camps unaccompanied by their parents or guardians. ...

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