Sumerianz Journal of Education, Linguistics and Literature

Online ISSN: 2617-1201
Print ISSN: 2617-1732

Recent Articles

In tertiary institutions in Nigeria, there is a serious financial challenge arising from government’s under-funding and lack of executive capacity to judiciously spend earmarked funds and account for the expenditure satisfactorily. This ugly situat....
This is an era of technological advancement. New things are springing up daily that needs to be supported with innovative ideas and creativity. Any state that is contented with the status quo is not bound to develop. For rapid development to take pla....
The issue of marketing is becoming more significant as a focal point of institutional functions in Nigerian universities. Universities are facing increasingly complex challenges, in particular, their operating environment is undergoing major transfor....
This study examined Jigsaw and Fishbowl Instructional Strategies on Pupils’ Performance in Reading Comprehension in selected Basic Schools in Ghana. The study adopted pre-test and post-test control group quasi- experimental design using a 3 × 2 ×....
The current case study was about establishing the perceptions of educational stakeholders of the economic role played by these extra lessons in Chegutu Urban secondary schools in Zimbabwe. The researcher adopted an interpretivist paradigm in which th....
The lackadaisical attitude of students to French language over the years is a major concern to this researcher. Thus, the study is geared towards investigating the effects of some games on the academic achievement of students in French language at th....
The recent interdisciplinary approach to stylistics has fostered the emergence of educational stylistics, discourse stylistics, cognitive stylistics, socio-pragmatic stylistics, socio-stylistics among others. Notwithstanding this development, some st....
This paper seeks to gain a full insight into how the phenomenon of power game- empowering and disempowering gendered characters- is discursively enacted in Daniel Mengara’s Mema (2003) from a sociolinguistic perspective. It takes the view that lang....