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      Captivity, Slavery, Otherness, Subversion, Culture, Religion, Identity. [1]
      Caricatures – Coronavirus – Multimodality – Roland Barthes’s Semiology – The Grammar of Visual Design. [1]
      CARS, disciplinary awareness, genre analysis, rhetorical moves , steps [1]
      Categorical imperatives, didactics, English and Kabyle proverbs, ethics and morals, kingdom of ends, pragmatics, the formula of humanity ,universalazability [1]
      Charlotte Brontë’s Villette, Taos Amrouche’s Jacinthe Noire, autobiography, autobiographical novel, identity [1]
      Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie [1]
      Chinua Achebe/ Joyce Cary- Subalternity- Africans serving the British Empire – Eurocentrism- black natives- Blackness/ white masters- No Longer at Ease – Mister Johnson [1]
      City Press, Orientalism, Print Media. The New York Times, The Guardian, The Mail&Guardian, Visual Grammar [1]
      Classroom Management, Classroom Management Techniques, Group Work Activities. [1]
      Classroom management, strategies, greeting, dismissing, ending up lessons, teachers. [1]
      Classroom participation [1]
      CMT, English culture, idioms, communication, EFL. [1]
      code preference, language ideologies, Linguistic landscape, multilingual writing, shop signs. [1]
      Code switching [1]
      Code-Switching, Vocabulary Learning, Functions of Teachers’ Code-Switching in the Classroom, First Year English Language Teachers and Pupils. [1]
      Cohesion, Lexical Cohesive device, Reiteration, Writing Essays. [1]
      cohesive devices, linguistic ties, discourse [1]
      Colonial Gaze, Male gaze, Colonial Discourse, Postcolonialism, Response, Psychoanalysis, Orientalism, Gender, Voyeurism [1]
      Colonialism, Cultural trauma, Postcolonial literature, Postcolonial Theory, Colonial discourse, Counter Discourse, Appropriation and Abrogation, Indigenous Culture, Tragedy, Sacrifice, Fate, Poetics of the oppressed. [1]
      Colonialism, Eurocentrism, Hollywoodcentrism, Racism, Multiculturalism, Oral African Traditions. [1]