Dr. Lindiwe Melody Pearl Mulaudzi (nee Malange) is a senior lecturer in the Department of English, Media Studies and Linguistics. She has worked for over 17 years in the higher education sector. She specializes in Academic Literacy, English Language Teaching and Learning and literature and has published extensively in peer reviewed and accredited journals. Among her publications are Dictionary use, beliefs and students’ preferences: the case of ECS students at the university of Venda; Teachers’ understanding of the Communicative Approach: the case of Thohoyandou English language teachers and the book chapter entitled Students’ self-assessment of their performance in relation to a teaching assessment instrument in the book “Reflections on Professionalism, Pedagogy and the Theoretical Underpinnings of Teaching Practice Revisited”. She has supervised honour, masters and PhD students. Dr Mulaudzi is the former Head of Department of the Department of English in the former School of Human and Social Sciences at the University of Venda.
Department: Department of English, Media Studies and Linguistics
Designation: Senior Lecturer
Qualifications: BA, B.Ed, UED (Univen), MA (Wits), PhD (Univen) Diploma in Higher Education (Rhodes) PGDIP
Phone: +2715 962 8362
Office No: 17, Humanities and Social Sciences Building