Comprehensive Analysis of Perceptions of Teachers on Challenges of Teaching Translation at Nigerian Universities
The aim of translation teaching is for students to acquire comprehensive abilities in a foreign language and the mother tongue/first language (including listening, speaking, reading and writing) and even a comprehensive understanding. It equips students not only with practical bilingual ability, but also to encourage the attitudes that will allow them to do the best possible translation work...
Published at Soyoye, F.A. & Mayanja, S. (eds), Current Issues in Translation Studies in Nigeria, Hannover, 2012.
Published in 2012
Tar Maryam » Maryam Tar holds a Masters Degree in French (M.A French) from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria and a Ph.D in French Linguistics from Covenant University, Ota. She is a lecturer in French, in the Department of Languages, College of Development Studies, Covenant University Ota. Prior to that, she had taught for several years at The College of Education Jalingo, Taraba State. Over the years, she... view full profile
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