Browsing by Supervisor "Barbour, Julie Renee"

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  • Becoming a teacher: Experiences and perceptions of beginning teachers in Vanuatu secondary schools

    Tarosa, Gayleen Harrison (The University of Waikato, 2020)
    Entering into the teaching profession as a beginning teacher can be a complex and challenging experience. Research highlights that beginning teachers are more effective when they are supported in their roles as new teachers ...
  • A Grammar Sketch of Kwaraqae

    Macdonald, Daryl Eveline (University of Waikato, 2010)
    A Grammar Sketch of Kwaraqae is a synchronic linguistic analysis of the Kwaraqae language, one of sixty-three languages which are part of the North Malaita dialect chain in the Solomon Islands. The data was collected at ...
  • Ninde: A Grammar Sketch and Topics in Nominal Morphology

    Murray, Jean Christine (The University of Waikato, 2018)
    Ninde: A Grammar Sketch and Topics in Nominal Morphology is a linguistic description of some of the grammatical topics of the Ninde language of Southwest Bay, Malekula, Vanuatu. The data for this project was collected over ...
  • Oceanic languages: A comparative investigation of pre-clausal constructions

    Macdonald, Daryl Eveline (University of Waikato, 2017)
    This thesis presents an investigation of pre-clausal phenomena in the lesser-studied languages of the Oceanic language family. The study is innovative in that the pre-clausal structure of interest, hereinafter labelled as ...
  • V’ënen Taut: Grammatical Topics in The Big Nambas Language of Malekula

    Dodd, Royce Richard (University of Waikato, 2014)
    V’ënen Taut: Grammatical Topics in The Big Nambas Language of Malekula presents a synchronic description of five different areas of the grammar of V’ënen Taut, a language spoken in Northwest Malekula in the Pacific nation ...
  • Writing Lawa: Stimulating indigenous ownership of vernacular literacy through action research

    Holt, Mark Timothy Lloyd (University of Waikato, 2014)
    The Eastern Lawa people of Northern Thailand have not had a practical or standardised method of writing their own language. This research began in response to an informal request that help be given to the teachers at Bo ...