Short history of the department of anglophone studies of the university of Ouagadougou

Par Balele Éric Bamouni

Thème : Essai / Etude autres

Format : Grand Format (170x240)

Nombre de pages : 56

Date de publication : 26/08/2015

ISBN : 9782332951847


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This book recalls not only the past of the English Department but also the past of the University of Ouagadougou. The contents are useful to both lecturers and students. This book, though not exhaustive, gathers some useful information that is worth being kept in memory. While reading the following lines, you will know the actual origin of the University of Ouagadougou and all the restructuration plans it underwent until now, now being the year 2014. You will also know the history and development of the UFR/LAC, the Training and Research Unit that comprises the Department of Anglophone Studies, the main point of the book. In this book you will know. The first school that introduced the teaching of English in Burkina Faso, the date of creation of the English Department, the Heads of Departments since its creation until now, the development of each diploma and degrees awarded by the department, the contents of teaching programmes, etc.

Biographie de Balele Éric Bamouni

Balele Éric Bamouni was born in 1985, in Grand-Bereby (Côte D’Ivoire), were he did his primary and secondary education. After graduating from secondary school in 2007, at ‘’College le Success de Tabou’’ he went to the University of Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso) were he did a BA in English option: Applied Linguistics in 2011. Since then, he has worked as English Teacher in public and private schools in Burkina Faso and also as bilingual journalist in two different newspapers of Ouagadougou. Today (2015) he is teaching French as Foreign Language in Sierra Leone under the ECOWAS Volunteers Programme.

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