International Journal of Social Policy & Education

ISSN 2689-4998 (print), 2689-5013 (online)

An Investigation of The Teaching Strategies for Arts at Lower Primary Phase in Zambezi Region, Namibia

Dr Stanley C. Chombo and Dr Gerald Kela


The purpose this study was to investigate the teaching strategies for arts at lower primary phase in Zambezi region, Namibia. The researchers used multiple data collection strategies. In this study the researchers used the following data collection methods: Interviews, focus group interviews and class observations. The researchers transcribed and analysed the data using qualitative data analysis. Most of the teaching strategies which were cited by these teachers during the interviews and used during class observation were the same such as: group work, telling stories, singing songs, drawing, questioning and answer, using learning support materials, individual work and demonstration. The use of homework as a teaching strategy was mentioned by one teacher.