Shona Traditional Children's Games and Play: Songs As Indigenous Ways of Knowing (Report) - Journal of Pan African Studies

Shona Traditional Children's Games and Play: Songs As Indigenous Ways of Knowing (Report)

By Journal of Pan African Studies

  • Release Date - Published: 2008-06-01
  • Book Genre: Social Science
  • Author: Journal of Pan African Studies
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Introduction This paper seeks to foreground the role of Shona traditional children's games and play songs as indigenous ways of learning. Motivation to carry out such a study comes from a noticeable growing interest in indigenous knowledge systems as evidenced in the works of Warren (1991), Flavier et al. (1995) Goduka (2000), Kunnie (2000), Pikirayi (2000) and Nyota and Mapara (2007). The present authors are also motivated by the use of these traditional items as methods and tools of teaching and learning especially in Zimbabwe's rural primary schools as well as in some urban schools.

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