Monthly Archives: Sep 2014
The main skills in the First Additional Language curriculum are: Listening and speaking Reading and phonics Writing and handwriting
The main skills in the First Additional Language curriculum are: Listening and speaking Reading and viewing Writing and presenting
The First Additional Language curriculum is packaged according to the following skills: Listening and speaking (ukulalela nokukhuluma) Reading and viewing (ukufunda) Writing and presenting (ukubhala) Language structures and conventions
The curriculum is organized according to the following skills, content and strategies: Listening and speaking (Ukulalela nokukhuluma) Reading and viewing (Ukufunda nokubukela) Writing and presenting (Ukubhala nokwethula) Language structures and conventions (Izakhiwo nezimiso zokusetshenziswa kolimi)
A teacher’s aid that can be copied for pupils as needed. Siyaxoxa contains simple dialogues on all the common primary school themes.
Amagama amasha – Beginner’s Wordlist A helpful vocabulary list which will assist learners to build up a basic vocabulary. Contains all commonly used verbs, nouns in themes, commonly used adverbs and conjunctions. Themes include clothes, food, nature and objects. Amagama amasha – Advanced Wordlist Similar to the beginner’s list, but with themes suitable for … Continue reading
A book that uses pictures – not passages – and asks questions. Good to use for oral exercises. Suitable for high school.
This vocabulary book allows little ones to colour while they learn. Words are arranged in themes.
A puzzle book featuring crossword puzzles, match the columns, riddles (iziphicaphicwano) and other word games. Great for when you just want a fun lesson. The teacher can copy these for her classes.
This puzzle book contains word searches of varying levels. Useful for teaching vocabulary, but also for advanced learners who move through class work faster. An answer book is also available for the teacher.