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Prof. Louisa Etebom Uwatt

Professor
Arts Education
luluwat@unical.edu.ng

Prof. (Mrs) Uwatt is a graduate of English Language Education (University of Jos), a holder of Masters Degree in English and Literary Studies and Ph.D in Curriculum Studies (Language Arts) from University of Calabar. She was employed as a graduate assistance in the University of Calabar (1983) and rose to the rank of a Professor in 2010. She was a one time Head of Department, Curriculum and Teaching and a member of Governing Council of University of Calabar. A member of notable learned societies in and outside Nigeria. Has published many articles in learned journals. Prof Uwatt is a trained literacy facilitator and is involved in many literacy projects. She is an author and the Chairman, Anti-corruption and Transparency Unit (ACTU), University of Calabar.

Uwatt, L.E. (2006). Choosing Appropriate Instructional Methods to Meet the 21st Century Learning Outcomes in Primary Schools. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies. Vol.13, No.2, pp70-74.


Uwatt, L.E., J. Odey and Vicky Modemodile (2007). Tips on Improvising Literacy Materials for Sustainable Teaching/ Learning in Primary Schools. Journal of Applied Literacy and Reading. Vol.3, pp 256-265.


Odey, J. O., L. E. Uwatt and O.O. Ebam (2009). Spelling Skills and Language Proficiency Among First Year University Undergraduates.’ Benue State University Journal of Education. Vol.9,pp 233-240.


Nta, Eno G. and L. E. Uwatt. (2009). Neighbourhood Reading Clubs: Rekindling Reading Interest      Among Nigerian Children. Literacy and Reading In Nigeria. Vol. 12(1), pp 26-33.


Uwatt, L. E. (2013). Communication Skills: Effective Tools for Human Relations, Peace and Good Governance. In Literacy in Nigeria. Vol 14 (1). pp 1-8.


Oko, Bernard O & Uwatt, L. E. (2015). ICT and Teachers Performance in Terms of Lesson Preparation and Delivery in Primary Schools in Ogoja Educational Zone of Cross River State of Nigeria. In Global Educational Research.  Vol 14, pp81-147.


Uwatt, L.E., J. Odey and O. O. Ebam (2006). An Analysis of the Reading Content of the Nigerian Primary English Language Curriculum: A Case for Reading as a Core Subject. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum Studies. Vol.2, No.1, pp 179- 187.


Ekpe, S.I., L. E. Uwatt, Mfon Etuk, Gabriel Egbe, Eno Nta and Moses Inyang- Abia (2003). Lessons from the RAN-SHELL-READ Literacy. Pilot Project in the Akpabuyo, South Eastern State, Nigeria: implications for Distance learning. Legon Journal of Humanities. Vol. xiv. Pp. 117-131. (Ghana).


Uwatt, L.E. and G.E. Egbe (2003). Producing Materials in the Classroom; The Report of Big Book Experience. Reading for All in Africa: pp.113-114.  (USA).


Uwatt, L.E.(2005). Conflict and Women’s Rights in Selected Ghanaian  Plays. Sankofa Journal of the Humanities: Vol.3,No.1,pp 27-42. (Ghana).


Kalu, I., L.E. Uwatt and A.E. Asim (2008). Nigerian Teachers’ Attitude  Towards Environmental Sustainability: Issues in Curriculum. Medwell Journals. Vol.3(2), pp126-131. (Pakistan).


Uwatt, L.E. and Odey, J.E. (2010). Reading Clinics on University Campuses: A way forward for Language Skills Development. A Journal of Contemporary Research, 7 (1), pp1-5, (Beijing, China) .


Uwatt,L.E., R.A. Ndifon, and B.U. Cornelius-Ukpepi (2010). Home Environment and Literacy                  Skills Development in Pupils in Calabar Municipality, Cross River State, Nigeria.                             LWATI: A Journal of Contemporary Research 7(2), pp 58-64 (China).


Uwatt, L. E., D. I. Ogar and J. E. Odey (2010). Literacy and Health Seeking Behaviours among Patients in Benue and Cross River States of Nigeria. A Journal of contemporary research. 7(3), pp 58-63. (China).


Uwatt L.E. (1988). Benefiting from Lectures: A Call for Emphasis on Listening Skill at the University Level. Journal of Educational Psychology, Vol.5, pp 181-187.


Uwatt, L.E. (1989). Developing Reading Skills in ‘Minor’ readers. Literacy and Reading. Vol. 4, pp 409-417.


Uwatt, L.E. (1991). The Non-Availability of Functional Pre-Reading Skills Instructions in The New Oxford English: Any Effect on Reading Performance? Literacy and Reading in Nigeria. Vol.5 pp. 283-287.


Uwatt, L.E. (1993). Selected Reading Strategies for Literary Appreciation at the Senior Secondary Level. Literacy and Reading. Vol. 6, pp.547-556.


Uwatt, L.E. (2000). Women in Education: The Role of Women in Preparing Children Towards Formal Education. Journal of Women in Academics. Vol. 1. N0. pp. 84-90.


Uwatt, L.E (2001). The Use of Speech Pattern to Depict Gender Disparity in Arrow of God. The Paragon, Journal of National association of Women Academics. Vol. 1, N0. 1 pp. 222-229.


Uwatt, L.E. (2002). Tips on Communication Effectiveness in Print Media Advertisement. Literacy and Reading in Nigeria. Vol.9, N0.2 pp.56-60.


Uwatt, L.E. (2002). Using Language Clubs to Promote Literacy and             Language Competition in Secondary Schools. Literacy and Reading in Nigeria. Vol. 9, N0.2, pp 118-125.


Uwatt, L.E. and Alice E. Udosen (2004). Reshaping the Current Secondary English Language Curriculum to Enhance Life-Long Literacy. Literacy and Reading in Nigeria. Vol. 10. pp 81-86.


Uwatt, L.E., R.A. Ndifon and O.O. Ebam  (2004). An Exploratory Overview of the Learning Process. Paragon: A Journal of National Association of Women Academics. Vol.2, pp. 70-76.


Uwatt, L.E. (2005). Reading and Empowerment: the Need to Inculcate Reading Culture in Workers for Effective Job Performance. Journal of Applied Literacy and Reading. Vol.2, pp. 133-141.


Uwatt, L.E. and O.O. Ebam (2005). The Reading Content in English Language Curriculum for Senior Secondary Schools. Any Support for Capacity Building and Communication Competence? Forum: A Journal of World Council for Curriculum Instruction. Vol.5, N0.2, pp 281-287.


Molemodile, V. and L.E. Uwatt (2005). The Image of the Child in African Literature. Western Association for Common Wealth Literature and Language Studies (WAACLALS). Vol.2, N0.1, pp 66-85.


Uwatt L.E., Stella. I. Ekpe & Gabriel B. Egbe (2005).The Role Model Factor in Developing Life Long Reading Habit: An Analysis of Teachers’ Teaching Styles after Literacy Workshop Training. Ndunode: Calabar Journal of the Humanities. Vol .6 (1), PP 146-156.

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