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This article deals with a dialogic theory of language as the guiding principle for learnercentred and interactive distance learning course materials. Constituted by the power of dialogue, a dialogic theory of language is used to develop an understanding of instructional design that embodies dynamism and flexibility. Such a notion of instructional design should engender practices that can bring about learner-centred course materials for distance learning. Hierdie artikel het te make met 'ndoi:10.5785/15-1-168 fatcat:bvtp2whuhndqpmilvki6rrrvji