Chapters and Books:
Makalela, L. 2015. New directions in language and literacy education for multilingual classrooms. Cape Town: CASAS.
Makalela, L. 2015. Language policy and education in Southern Africa. Encyclopedia of Language and education. New York: Springer.
Makalela, L. 2015. Using a transliteracy approach in reading development trajectories: towards a multilingual literacy model. In D Palfreyman and Van der Walt (eds.) Academic biliteracies in higher education. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.
Makalela, L. 2015 (with Niyibizi, E and Mwepu D). Language in education policy shifts in an African country: colonial confusion and prospects for the future. In Makalela, L (ed.) New Directions in langauge and literacy education for multilingual classrooms. Cape Town: Casas.
Makalela, L. 2015. Bilingualism in South Africa: reconnecting with Ubuntu translanguaging. In Garcia, O and Lin A (Eds). Encyclopedia of bilingualism and bilingual education. New York: Springer.
Makalela, L. 2014. Rethinking the role of the native language in learning how to read in English as a foreign language: insights from a reading intervention programme in a remote rural South African school. In S Rich (ed). International Perspectives in teaching English to young learners, pp. 141-155. London: Palgrave.
Makalela, L. 2015. A panoramic view of bilingual education in sub-Saharan Africa: Re-orienting the lens for the future. In W Wright, S Boun and O Gracia (Eds.), the Handbook of Bilingual and Multilingual Education. New York: Blackwell-Wiley
Makalela, L. 2015. Black South African English and popular culture. Encyclopedia of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. New York: Springer.
Makalela, L. 2015. Translanguaging principles in L2 reading instruction: Implications for ESL pre-service teacher program: In T Farrell (ed.) In International Perspectives on Second Language Teacher Education, New York: Pelgrave Macmillan.
Makalela, L. 2014. Teaching indigenous African languages to speakers of other African languages: The effects of translanguaging for multilingual development. In Hibbert, L and Van der Walt, C (Eds.), Multilingual teaching and learning innovations in higher education in South Africa. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters.
Makalela, L. 2012. Development of L1 and L2 reading literacy among fifth graders: Implications for research-based teacher education. In R. Osman & H. Venkat (Eds.), Research led teacher education, (pp. 127-144). Cape Town: Pearson.
Makalela, L. 2015. Breaking language boundaries: Student teachers’ Metacognitive reflection on translanguaging practices. Language Matters. (In Press)
Makalela, L. 2015. Translanguaging as a vehicle for epistemic access: Cases for reading comprehension and multilingual interactions. Per Linguam (in Press).
Makalela, L. 2015 (with SP Nkadimeng). Identity negotiation in a super-diverse South African community: the fuzzy logic of high school languaging practices in Soweto. International Journal of the Sociology of Language (in press)
Makalela, L. 2015. Translanguaging practices in trilingual spaces: Examining linguistic opportunities in post-independent South Africa. International Journal of the Sociology of Language (in press)
Makalela, L. 2015. Narrative interpretation of HIV/AIDS messages: The effects of storytelling. Critical Arts. (in Press)
Makalela, L. 2014. Fluid identity construction in contact language zones: metacognitive reflections on kasi-taal languaging practices. International Journal of bilingual education and bilingualism, 17 (6): 668-682.
Makalela, L. 2014 (with Fakude P). Barking at texts in Sepedi reading texts: towards an edumetric intervention in African languages. Southern African Journal of African Languages, 34: 71-78.
Makalela, L. 2014. Moving out of linguistic boxes: the effects of translanguaging for multilingual classrooms. Language and education. 1-18. 10.1080/09500782.2014.994524.
Makalela, L. 2013 (with H Janks). Engaging a visionary: Horizons of the (im)possible. Education as Change: Journal of Curriculum Studies, 17 (2): 219-228.
Makalela, L. 2013. Black South African English on the radio. World Englishes 32,115-129.
Makalela, L. 2013 (with RV McCabe). Monolingualism in a historically Black South African University: A case of inheritance. Journal of Linguistics and Education, 24 (4): 406-414.
Makalela, L. 2013. Translanguaging practices in Kasi-taal: Rethinking old language practices for new language planning. SPILPLUS, 1-15.
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