Author Archives: Funda Njalo

Lalelani Kahle! – Listening Comprehensions

This book is aimed at primary school learners. It contains simple 5 to 6 line passages with True-or-False or multiple choice questions. Passages are read twice by a mother tongue speaker and then the learners are given typed questions. All questions have marks allocated, so these can be used as tests.

Categories: Activity Books

Masixoxe – Dialogue Book

Dialogues at a high school level featuring themes appropriate for teenagers.

Categories: Activity Books

I-Dayari yeNhlakanipho (Nhlakanipho’s Diary)

A reader suitable for grade 8 and 9 learners. Nhlakanipho is a typical 15 year old boy attending a suburbian school. His parents get divorced and to deal with his emotional turmoil his councillor advises him to keep a diary. Follow his thoughts and feelings as he overcomes his anger and teenage angst.This reader is printed in full colour.
Categories: Zulu Readers (High School)

Ezabasha (The Youth)

Ezabasha means “of the youth” and is a collection of 10 short stories written with teenagers in mind.Sometimes the topics of the literature that we as teachers are using for our teens are a bit old fashioned.Ezabasha deals with real modern day issues such as adapting to change, teen relationships, drugs, being gay and even being a so called “coconut”.The style of writing is casual and aimed at first additional language learners in grade 8 and 9.

The various themes include:
Izingane nokukhula, Ukuziphatha, Usugar-daddy, Ukukhulelwa, Ukuphuza nokusebenzisa izidakamizwa, Unyaka 2010, Amaqhawe aseNingizimu Afrika, Imfundo, i-social grant yokubhekelwa kwezingane eziyizintandane.

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Siyakha amagama – Vocabulary Building

A vocabulary building puzzle book for grades 1 to 3.

Categories: Activity Books

Uhlelo – Grammar Workbook

This workbook revises all grammar from grade 8-11 and includes many exercises as well as questions from old exam papers. With many practice exercises this is a very useful tool to work through before tackling the finals, or just to make sure students are on track with grammar.

Categories: Activity Books

Masifunde – Level 1 – Umndeni wami (My family)

In this reader you will learn a little bit about Thabiso and each member of his family.

You will then be able to refer to each member of your family in isiZulu.

Categories: Zulu Readers (Masifunde)

Masifunde – Level 1 – Sithengani? (What do we buy?)

This reader will teach you basic phrases that you can use when going to the shops.

You will be able to happily push your trolley and refer to the basic items in isiZulu.

Categories: Zulu Readers (Masifunde)

Masifunde – Level 2 – Ilanga likaThemba (Themba’s Day)

This reader follows a day in the life of Themba. Join him as he wakes up, gets dressed, goes to school, comes home, plays with his toys and then goes back to bed in the evening.

Categories: Zulu Readers (Masifunde)

Masifunde – Level 2 – Uhamba ngani? (How do you travel?)

This reader will teach you how to refer to different modes of transport in isiZulu. It will also teach you how to refer to some of the places you are going to.

Categories: Zulu Readers (Masifunde)

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