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Joel M. Magogwe
Joel M. Magogwe
Associate Professor of language learning and literacy
Verified email at ub.ac.bw
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The relationship between language learning strategies, proficiency, age and self-efficacy beliefs: A study of language learners in Botswana
JM Magogwe, R Oliver
System 35 (3), 338-352, 2007
6752007
Metacognitive awareness of reading strategies of University of Botswana English as Second Language students of different academic reading proficiencies
JM Magogwe
Reading & Writing-Journal of the Reading Association of South Africa 4 (1), 1-8, 2013
912013
F acebook and classroom group work: A trial study involving U niversity of B otswana A dvanced O ral P resentation students
JM Magogwe, B Ntereke, KR Phetlhe
British Journal of Educational Technology 46 (6), 1312-1323, 2015
492015
The influence of cultural bias on motivation to learn English: The case of Khoe primary school students in eastern Botswana
JM Magogwe
Language, Culture and Curriculum 22 (1), 1-13, 2009
312009
Developing student-writers’ self-efficacy beliefs
JM Magogwe, BT Ramoroka, R Mogana-Monyepi
Journal of Academic Writing 5 (2), 20-28, 2015
272015
Pre-service teachers’ preparedness for teaching multicultural students
JM Magogwe, LE Ketsitlile
Journal for Multicultural Education 9 (4), 276-288, 2015
262015
Uncovering University Students' Readiness through Their Assessment of Workplace Communication Skills.
JM Magogwe, L Nkosana, BB Ntereke
World Journal of Education 4 (5), 21-30, 2014
212014
An investigation into attitudes and motivation of Botswana secondary school students towards English, Setswana and indigenous languages
JM Magogwe
English World-Wide 28 (3), 311-328, 2007
212007
An assessment of the metacognitive knowledge of Botswana ESL university student writers
JM Magogwe
Academic Journals/www. academic journals. org, 2013
102013
Language learning strategies of Botswana students: An exploratory study
JM Magogwe
Edith Cowan University, 2005
82005
Online Learning during COVID-19: Readiness of Communication and Academic Literacy Skills Students at the University of Botswana.
JM Magogwe, EB Mokibelo, L Karabo
Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology-TOJET 21 (1), 97-105, 2022
72022
Using Facebook to teach communication and academic literacy skills: Perceptions of university students in Botswana
J Magogwe, B Ntereke
International Conference on E-Learning, 248, 2013
72013
The relationship between proficiency and self-efficacy beliefs of the University of Botswana students learning ESL
JM Magogwe
Marang: Journal of Language and Literature 16 (1), 121-130, 2006
72006
ESL university students’ attitudes towards using WhatsApp in academic writing
JM Magogwe, O Jaiyeoba
computerresearch. org 19 (1), 2019
52019
Genre analysis of essays in the Social Sciences: The case of Botswana students
JM Magogwe, UM Nkateng
Reading & Writing-Journal of the Reading Association of South Africa 9 (1), 1-6, 2018
52018
Relating Oral Classroom Anxiety and Unwillingness to Communicate to Linguistic Proficiency.
JM Magogwe
NAWA Journal of Language & Communication, 2010
42010
Language attitudes in relation to language functions: An investigation of the attitudes of the Botswana Cambridge'O'Level Senior Certificate (COSC) students
JM Magogwe
Edith Cowan University, 1995
41995
Negotiating and Constructing Identities through Facebook Communication
LE Seru, JM Magogwe
International Journal of Marketing and Technology 6 (10), 1-14, 2016
22016
The influence of school on the choice of language learning strategies in Botswana
JM Magogwe
Marang: Journal of Language and Literature 18 (1), 15-28, 2008
22008
Riding on the" crescendo" of political personas: Engendering a female political icon
LE Seru, JM Magogwe
Persona Studies 2 (2), 71-79, 2016
12016
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