Students should be able to compose a comprehensible, intelligible, interesting and well arranged piece of writing on a given topic
They should also be able to manipulate the various structures and usage of the Luganda language effectively and purposefully.
Students should be able to read, write and understand an advanced Luganda text.
They should also be able to understand and explain the hidden meaning of given Luganda prose or poetry, in part or in whole.
Paper 2 Basic Readings
(1) M.B. Nsimibi et al: Tuyige Oluganda (Bks 1 - 3)
(2) Kizza and Kyeyune:Okuwandiika Emboozi
(3) Masaazi Fred: Erinya n'Embu z'Ebigambo
(4) Dan Kyagaba: Grammar w'Oluganda Omusengejje
(1) F.X. Mbaziira: Kalimagezi Omuzirakisa
(2) Sekadde/Semugoma: Ndi Mugezi
(3) S.K. Busuulwa: Mujaguzo
(4) Br. A.T. Nsobya: Ennono n'Enkulaakulana ya Buganda
(5) Kirwana Ssozi: Ebyobuwangwa y'Emmunyeenye ye Gwanga
Prescribed Texts for P360/3 from 2003
Section A: Novels and Short Stories
(1) M.B. Nsimbi: Bwali Butamanya
(2) J. Ndawula: Guluma Yaguzza
Section B: Poetry
(1) S. Mpalanyi: Ebiyiiye ebyentunnusi
(2) Hugo Sematimba: Abooluganda Abenda Emu
Section C: Playes
(1) Ntanda Nsereko: Antigone
(2) W. Kiyingi: Bemba Musota