Bodunde, H.A: Publications

A Dissertations and Thesis

Oluboyede, H.A. (1984) ‘Effect of Ekiti Phonology on English Language pronunciation of

Secondary School Students in Ekiti Central Local Government of Ondo State’.B.Ed.

project submitted to the Department of Education, University of Benin, Benin-City

 

Bodunde, H. A. (1991). ‘Factors Influencing Adolescents’ Attitudes to School 

Rules and Regulations in Zaria Secondary Schools’. M. Ed dissertation submitted  

to the Postgraduate School, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.

 

Bodunde, H.A. (2004). ‘The Relationship between Language Policy Preference

and Implementation at the Primary School Level : Implications for Policy Re-

design’. PhD Thesis submitted to the Postgraduate School, Ahmadu Bello 

University, Zaria

 

b)i. Journal Articles

 

  • Sotiloye, B. and H. (2018). Assessment of students’ reading culture in a Nigerian University: Waxing or waning?Legon Journal of the Humanities. 29.2, 286-308

DOI:https//dx.doi.org/10.4314/ljh.v 29i2.11.

 

  • Sotiloye, B.S., Bodunde, A. and Ogundele, R. (2018) Social Media Awareness and

Utilization for Academic Activities amongst Students of Tertiary Institutions in

Abeokuta Metropolis, The Journal of Communicative English Vol 19, ISSN:07951949

 

  • Akintona, E, Sotiloye,B,Bodunde, H, Aina, B and Odozor, U (2017) ‘Quine’s Indeterminacy Thesis and the Problem of Semantics’ EnglishLanguageTeachingToday, 13: 48-56.

 

  • BosedeSotiloye, Helen Bodunde,AlphonsusAdebiyi, RemiAduradola (2016)

‘Teachers and Students’ Perception of Mobile Technology in Teaching and Learning

The Journal of Communicative English,12:112-127

 

  • Adebiyi A., Bodunde, Helen, W. Oluokun, I.Dare; O. S. Oyeneye (2016) ‘Language

Learning in Large Classes in Tertiary Institutions in Abeokuta:

Students’Perspectives, English Language Teaching Today, 12:

 

  • Sotiloye,R. Aduradola, B. Akeredolu-Ale, H. Bodunde (2015) ‘Utilising the

Digital Age Opportunities for Enriching Classroom Interaction in Higher Education: A

FUNAAB Experiment’ International Journal of Humanities, Social Sciences and Creative Arts 9:14-21

 

  • S.Sotiloye, H. A. Bodunde, B. I. Akeredolu-Ale, A. A. Adebiyi, R. R. Aduradola (2015) ‘English and Communication Skills in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions: The State of the Art’ English for Specific Purpose World,Issue 50: Vol. 17, 1- 21

Published by ESP World ISSN 1682-3257

 

  • S. Sotiloye, H. A. Bodunde, O. T. Olayemi (2015) ‘English Language Prepositions: An Albatross for English Language Learners in Nigeria’ English for Specific Purpose World, Issue 46:1-11 

  • Bodunde, H. A., B .S. Sotiloye, and S. Solomon (2014) ‘Access, Use and Attitude of

Senior Secondary School Student in Abeokuta Metropolis to Mobile Phones’.

English Language Teaching Today, 10(2 ): 221-223.

 

  • Aduradola, R. R, B. Sotiloye, Akeredolu-Ale and H. Bodunde (2014)Adopting a

 Learner- Friendly Approach to English Language Learners’ Speech Challenge’ English

 Language Teaching Today (ELTT), 10: 25-34.

 

  • Adeosun, K.G., C.A. Onifade, B. I. Akeredolu-Ale, A.Bodunde; and O. A

Adebowale (2014) ‘Communication Strategies for Resolving Work-Related Conflicts in Selected Tertiary Institutions’.Journal of Sustainable Development. 11(1):119-126

 

  • Lawal-Adebowale, O.A., A.Bodunde, C.A.Sodiya, Adamu, C.O., Adebayo, A.B.

And Aromolaran, A. K. (2014) ‘Effects of Agricultural Education on In-School Rural Youths’Disposition to Agriculture as Means of Livelihood in Ogun-State, Nigeria’Annals of Child and Youth Studies, 4(1)

 

13) Sotiloye, B.S, Helen Bodundeand E.T. Popoola (2014). ‘Gender and College as

Correlates in Listening Ability of Fresh Undergraduates at the Federal

University of Agriculture, Abeokuta’, English Language Teaching Today. 10(2):194-203.

 

14) Emesibe, U.N., C. Soyele, B. Sotiloye, and H. A.Bodunde(2013) ‘Parental Involvement- How Relevant to Nigerian Public Secondary School Students’ English Language Learning in the 21stCentury?English Language Teaching Today (ELTT), 10(1):38-45.

 

15) Helen Bodunde and BosedeSotiloye (2013). ‘A Critique of Undergraduate Students’

Writing Skill in an ESL Setting: Samples from Federal University of Agriculture,

Abeokuta’. World Journal ofEnglish Language, 3(2): 1-21.

 

16) Sotiloye, B. S. and H. A. Bodunde (2013). ‘Necessary Herculean Task: Re-writing the English Orthography’.International Journal of Humanities and Social Science.

3(7): 290-298.

 

17) TitilayoPopoola, H. A. Bodunde, and Sotiloye, B.S.(2012). ‘The relationship between Listening Instruction and Performance in Comprehension of Fresh-men of the Federal University of Agricultural Abeokuta, Nigeria’ English Language

Teaching Today, 9:80-93.

18) Fakoya, E. O., H. A. Bodunde, R.O.Coker, and B.G. Abiona (2012) ‘Assessment of Indigenous Language Competence of Extension Agents in Ogun-State, Nigeria, OIDA International Journal of Sustainable Development 04(10): 41-48.

 

19) Bodunde, H. A., B. S. Sotiloye, O. Obanla and A. Soretire (2012) ‘The Application of some Web 2.0 Tools in Teaching Writing Skill’. EDULEARN 12: 0209-

0215.

 

20) Fakoya, E. O., H. A.Bodunde, andR.O.Coker (2012) ‘Assessment of Dialect Use in Agricultural Message Dissemination in Ogun-State, Nigeria,

OIDA International Journal of Sustainable Development 04(10): 49-58.

 

21) Ubong Josiah, Helen Bodundeand Esther Robert (2012) ‘Patterns of English Pronunciation among Nigerian Universities undergraduates: challenges and prospects’ International Journal of Business, Humanities and Technology,

2(6), 109- 117.

 

22) Ebidero, M. A.,H. A. Bodunde, M.S.C.OkoloNwakaemeandO. Fakoya (2012)

‘A Descriptive Analysis of Discourse Organisation in Postgraduate Students’

Electronic Mails’.EDULEARN 12: 5969-5976.

 

23) Emesibe, U.N, B.S. Sotiloye and H. A.Bodundeand J.M. Awotunde(2011).

‘Assessment of Parent-Child on Internet Use of Senior Secondary Schools in Abeokuta’.

Journal ofHumanities, Social Sciences and Creative Arts, 6(2): 87-96.

 

24) R.R.Aduradola and Bodunde, H. A.(2011) ‘Information Communication Technology: A Resource for English Language Teaching in a Second Language Classroom’ English Language Teaching Today (ELTT), 8:38-45.

 

25) Bodunde, Helen and BolanleAkeredolu-Ale (2010). ‘Communicative Competence of Science Students: An illustration with University of Agriculture. Abeokuta’.

English for Specific Purpose World, 30( 9): 1-19

 

26) Bodunde, H. A. and F. A. Olanipekun (2009).’ Peer Critiquing as an Effective Strategy for Teaching Writing’. African Research Review, 3 (5): 386 – 402.

 

27) Bodunde, H.A. and Kelani B.R.O. (2009). ‘An Assessment of the Use of Workbook on the Reading Culture and Performance of Students in Integrated Science in Abeokuta, Nigeria’ African Research Review, 3 (5): 343-361.

 

 28) Bodunde, H A. (2009) ‘The Medium of Instruction Controversy: Language Utility or Inefficiency, Journal of Humanities, Social Science and Creative Art, 4(1):

55-64

 

29) Onifade, C.A. and H. A. Bodunde(2009)Gender differences in students response to

corrupt practices in Nigeria. Gender and Behaviour7(1) :2162-2172

 

30) Bodunde, H. A. (2008). ‘School Location and Proficiency in Oral English’.ASSET

Series C, 3(1):80-85

 

31) Bodunde, H. A. &B. S. Sotiloye (2007). Concepts of Good and Evil in Medieval

Drama: A Re-Appraisal of Everyman and Dr Faustus. In A. E. Eruvbetine&Udu

Yakubu (eds) Re-visioning Humanistic Studies. Lagos: African Cultural Institute, 156-

164 

 

32) Bodunde, H. A. (2006) ‘An Appraisal of Reading Skill and Comprehension Ability of

Pupils in Nigerian Primary Schools’ English Language Teaching Today.5: 59-70.

 

33) Bodunde, H. A. (2005). ‘Students’ Perception on Effective Teaching and Learning

of English Communication Skills: An Approach to Need Analysis’ English

Language Teaching Today, 4( 2): 21-28.

 

34) Bodunde, H. A. (2005). ‘Towards a Functional Language Policy for Primary School

Instruction in Nigeria’.Gege: Ogun Studies in English; 5 (1): 220-233.

 

35) Aduradola R. R. and H. A. Bodunde (2001) ‘Use of Communicative Media for

Improving Language Teaching and Learning’ Knowledge Review; 3(5) : 143-148                                   

 

36) Bodunde, H. A. (2000). ‘A Viable Theory for Teaching and Learning of a second

Language : Contrastive Analysis’. Knowledge Review; 2 (1): 94-98.

 

37) Bodunde, H. A. and D. L. Obieje (1999). ‘Language Revitalization: A Satellite for

Enduring Democracy’ Nigerian Journal of Curriculum and Instruction;

8(4) : 104-113.

 

38) Bodunde H. A. and Oshagami, E. I. (1999) ‘English for Academic Purpose (EAP)

inAhmadu Bello University: Issues, Problems and Prospects’. Samaru

Journal of Agricultural Education; 6 (1&2): 31-39.

 

39) Palu, D. Z. andBodunde H. A. (1998). ‘The Importance of Indigenous Languages

in Media Education for National Development’. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum

and Instruction; 7 (2): 67-74.      

 

40) Bodunde, H. A. and D. Z. Palu (1998). ‘Bi-lingual Education as an Instrument for

National Development’. Nigerian Journal of Curriculum and Instruction, 7:

111- 115

 

41) Oshagbami, M. I. and H. A. Bodunde (1998). ‘Teachers’ and Students’ Perception of

       English Language Skills’ Needs of Agriculture Students of Ahmadu Bello

University, Colleges of Agriculture”. Nigerian Journal ofTechnical Education,

15 ( 2) :132-140.

 

42) Bodunde, H. A. (1998) ‘Language Policy on Education in Nigeria: A Focus on

Vocational & Technical Education’ Nigerian Journal of Curriculum and

Instruction; 6: 38-42.

 

43) Bodunde, H. A. and Z. D. Palu (1998) ‘Sex and PerformCommunicative Skills in Vocational and Technical Education’ Journal ofQuality Education; 5: 91- 98.

44) Abubakar, B. M. and Bodunde, H. A. (1996) ‘Women in Adult and Non- formal Education in Nigeria’.Gender Issues in Education and Development; 8: 213-233.

 

45) Palu, D. Z. and H. A. Bodunde (1996) ‘Innovation in Curriculum Programmes: A focus on English as Language of Instruction’ Nigerian Journal of Curriculum and Instruction; 3(1): 23-25

 

46) Bodunde, H. A. (1996) ‘An Appraisal of Language Policy in Education as Stipulated

in the National Policy on Education’ Samaru Journal of Agricultural Education

5 (1&2): 41-49

Books

 

47) Akeredolu-Ale, Bolanle, HelenBodunde, BosedeSotiloye, RemiAduradola, TemitopeOlaifa and AlphonsusAdebiyi (2014) Studies in English Language

and Literature, Abeokuta : Jacob and Lydia Publishers, ISBN: 978-978-49953-6-8 pp

223

 

48) Akeredolu-Ale, B., B. Sotiloye, T. Azeez, H. Bodunde, P. Ayebola and R. Aduradola

(2003) Communication Skills in English for Tertiary Institutions, Abeokuta:

General Studies Department

 

49) Bodunde, H. A., R. R. Aduradola, B. Akeredolu-Ale, P. Ayebola, B. Sotiloye and T.

Azeez (2005) Communicative English Practice. Abeokuta: General Studies

Department

 

 Chapters in Book

50) Aina, M. O. and Bodunde, H. (2017). ‘Pronunciation Competence of Selected Second

Language Speakers of English’ In Akin Odebunmi, Ayo Osisanwo, Helen Bodunde and

Stella Okpe(eds) Grammar Applied Linguistics and Society,A festschrift for Wale

Osisanwo, 163-176

 

51) Obayelu, A.E., Bodunde, H. A., and Onifade, C. A.(2019). Universities and the

Implementation of SDGs: The case of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta,

Ogun State, Nigeria (In press)

 

Edited Proceeding

52)Obayelu, A. E., Bodunde, H.A. and Onifade, C.A.(2019). Universities and the

implementation of Sustainable Development Goals: the Caso of Federal University of

Agriculture, Abeokuta.Proceedings of the 333rd National Conference of Farm

 Management Association of Nigeria,Ayinde, I.A., Dipeolu,A.O. and Banmeke, TOA(Eds).

Published by FAMAN.

 

 53) Akintona, E., Odozor, U., Sotiloye, B., Aduradola, R., Bodunde, H. and Akeredolu-Ale,

  1. (2017) “Feminism and Unity of Opposites: Enhancing Good Leadership and

Governance in Nigeria” Proceedings 5th International Conference on Management,

Leadership and Governance, ZaneleNdaba&ThabangMokoteli. (Eds) 24-31.

Published by Academic Conference and Publishing International Limited, UK.

 

54) Bodunde, H. A., Sotiloye, B. S.,Akeredolu-Ale, B. I., Aduradola, R. R., Adebiyi, A.

  1. (2017) “A Comparative Analysis of Communication Style of Selected Organizations

in Nigeria” 5th International Conference on Management,Leadership and

Governance, ZaneleNdaba and ThabangMokoteli (Eds.)

Published by Academic Conference and Publishing International Limited, U.K.

 

55)Bodunde, Helen, BosedeSotiloye, BolanleAkeredolu-Ale, RemiAduradola, Alphonsus

Adebiyi (2017)Comparative Analysis of Communication Strategies of Two Selected

Organizations in Nigeria. Proceedings 5th International Conference on Management,

and Governance Conference,16-17 March

 

56)    Fapojuwo, O. E., B. S. Sotiloye, R. R. Aduradola; H. A. Bodunde and B. I.

Akeredolu-Ale (2015) ‘Using Digital Technologies to Enrich Classroom Interactions in

Higher Education: Experimental Observations from FUNAAB’ SOLSTICE Conference

2015 Edge Hill University, UK

www.edgehill.ac.uk/solstice/files/2014/11/using-digital-technologies-

 

57)BolanleAkeredolu-Ale, BosedeSotiloye, Helen Bodunde&RemiAduradola (2014)

‘Impact of the Digital Age on the Teaching and Learning Of English and Communication

Skills (ECS): Exploratory Observations from a Nigerian University’ 7th Edition of  ICT for

Language Learning pp. 230- 234( Pixel Florence Italy ISBN 978-88-6292-548-8)

www.libreriauniversitaria.it

 

58) Bodunde, H A (2008). ‘Effective Use of Communication Skills’ In Phillip B.B. and

Ayelaagbe I.O.O. (eds.) Proceedings on Work Ethics for Professional and Technical Staff

in the University pp. 57-73

59)Bodunde, H A (2005). Attitude to Choice of Medium of Instruction in Nigerian

Primary Schools.Proceedings of English Language Teaching Today. 2:39-44.    

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