A teacher in Namibia, Africa, discusses his challenges, successes

11/8/2011 | Guardian (London), The

In Namibia, Africa, one teacher says he must strike a balance between developing students' English-language abilities and teaching them to appreciate literature. In this interview, secondary-school teacher Heziwell Mhunduru says he begins by focusing almost solely on language and then slowly increasing the emphasis on literature. He also discusses his best teaching moment, in which he was able to engage a group of passive students in learning.

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