Plugging Generic Gaps By Including The Literary Essay In The Kiswahili Secondary School Curriculum In Kenya
Mbuthia, Evans M
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It is a truism that professionalism or academic acumen is a gradual process that is patiently nurtured from pre-school through primary and secondary school education before being solidified at a tertiary level or university. In the case of Swahili Literature genres of literature are introduced at primary school, get developed and diversified at high school and further on at university where learners are helped to think critically. However it is notable that the Kiswahili Literary Essay is superficially included in the secondary school curriculum. This paper explores the probable reason for this anomaly and the ramifications occasioned thereof. This paper roots for the correction of this anomaly and provides justification for the position that has been taken. Plugging this gap will allow learners to proceed to university cognizant of a dynamic literary genre. In addition their creative abilities will also be enhanced further.
CitationPlugging Generic Gaps by including the Kiswahili Literary Essay in the Kiswahili Secondary School Curriculum in Kenya ." International Journal of Innovative Research and Knowledge Creative Research Studies. 2018;2(2):73-80.
University of Nairobi
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