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  • TAMA Conference
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  • TAMA Conference
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  • TAMA Conference
    the National Language Bodies 14 units National Lexicography Units 11 units Provincial Language Committees 9 units Provincial Government language services and Hansard Units in the provinces Postgraduate terminology and lexicography students from various tertiary institutions of learning Business organizations who would like to start addressing terminology matters in their organizations Non governmental Organizations NGOs dealing with communities and knowledge transfer Other interested parties The Pre Conference Workshop and the Conference

    Original URL path: http://www.tama-sa.gov.za/default_participants.htm (2015-12-05)
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  • TAMA Conference
    Language Service Terminology Coordination Subdirectorate Department of Arts Culture Private Bag X195 Pretoria 0001 Fax 27 0 12 324 2119 Email vt03 dacst5 pwv gov za Mr Xolile Mfaxa Head Terminology Coordination Section Chairperson TAMA 2003 SA Organizing Committee South Africa Private Bag X195 Pretoria 0001 Fax number 27 12 324 2119 Email to vt03 dacst5 pwv gov za Ms Thandeka Cebekhulu Tel 27 12 337 8044 Fax 27 12

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  • TAMA Conference
    for the training sessions and the Indaba Hotel map is available at R100 per person on 19 February 2003 The Pre Conference Workshop and Conference 19 21 February 2003 will take place at the INDABA HOTEL map a country hotel

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  • TAMA Conference
    working through the necessary steps to establish terminology committees working groups planning organisation and attendance of terminology meetings input to finalise terms at terminology meetings recording of minutes updating of the data corpus resolving problem terms proofreading and editing of the database content SCHOOL PROJECTS The TCS s primary focus with the school projects is the documentation of existing terminology and facilitation of the development of terminology in the African languages for new concepts that appear in the teaching materials for Grades 1 to 6 Eight learning areas are incorporated in Curriculum 2005 These learning are Mathematics Natural Sciences Economic Sciences Technology Social Sciences Arts and Culture Life Orientation and Languages The PanSALB and the Department of Education are the two most important business partners of the TCS as far as the Education Terminology Project is concerned Mathematics Since it may be argued that mathematical terms lie on a continuum the terminological data was collected from relevant teaching materials used in Grade 1 up to Grade 6 Mathematics is generally referred to as Numeracy Skills in Grades 1 to 3 In these grades a great many general terms such as match choose fill in light heavy etc are included To teach the learners about space and position many prepositions such as like behind on under etc are included Learners have to learn about measurements capacity height weight length shapes and patterns In the context of Mathematics terms such as long tall wide full half full and even cup measurement 250 ml have a mathematical meaning and are thus included in the list although it might be argued that they are general words in other contexts In order to read the time on a clock the learners need to know that hand may be used to indicate the hand of a clock long hand short hand and they learn that even a clock has a face Learners also have to learn how to use a calculator It is sometimes difficult to decide on the status general words or subject specific terms of lexical items in school texts and that is why many terms used in teaching Mathematics at primary level are regarded to be ordinary words These terms need not necessarily be defined but were included in the list Obvious technical terms are defined e g terms such as triangle calculate capacity circumference equation As from Grade 4 upwards the subject is generally referred to as Mathematics Purely mathematical terms are limited The bulk of the terms stay the same throughout the grades although the manner in which they are used becomes progressively more difficult for each consecutive learning phase Terms such as triangle circle square and rectangle are already introduced on a very elementary level in the lower grades the learners have only to recognise the shapes Equivalents of the terms are being added by the different collaborator groups the team members of which are first language speakers of the particular target languages These endeavours will give effect to mother

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  • TAMA Conference
    Sotho language Tshivenda Xitsonga Afrikaans and French will be available Conference language English Interpreting Services for one Nguni language one Sesotho language Tshivenda Xitsonga Afrikaans and French are available on prior request Interpreting Services Only available on prior request South

    Original URL path: http://www.tama-sa.gov.za/default_language.htm (2015-12-05)
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  • TAMA Conference
    place at the same time as the Pre Conference Workshop and the Conference and will last for three days from 19 21 Feb 2003 It will be in a centrally located exhibition area at the conference venue The central location of the exhibition will ensure the greatest exposure to conference delegates during all three days of Workshop and Conference Special exhibition rates per day for exhibitors from South Africa could

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