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X-kit Achieve! English First Additional Language Grade 10 is a study guide which includes concise explanations, plenty of practice and sample exam papers with answers. The series has been developed based on research and feedback from learners and teachers. It offers exercises which cover understanding, application and problem-solving skills. CAPS compliant.
'n Moet-he-naslaanboek wat alles dek wat leerders van graad 8 tot 12 en Afrikaansstudente in hulle eerste jaar van Afrikaans moet weet. In tien afdelings word die inhoud duidelik en met behulp van kleur uiteengesit. 'n Volledige oorsig oor Afrikaans se woordsoorte en hul funksies, spelling, woordvorming en woordeskat; sinne en paragrawe; register, styl, emotiewe en oorredende skryfwerk, stylfigure en klankverskynsels; kreatiewe en transaksionele tekste; luister, uitspraak, praat in informele en formele kontekste; leesstrategiee, begripsoefeninge en opsommings; woordeboekgebruik; literere terme, poesie en prosaskryfwerk; visuele geletterdheid, en, les bes, wat om in Afrikaanseksamens te verwag en hoe om daarvoor voor te berei.
The X-Kit Achieve! Literature series offers a unique series of visually attractive, high-quality exam preparation tools. The series has been written by top South African educationalists. The books cover all the knowledge and skills tested in the final English Home Language and First Additional Language literature exams for the FET phase. Plot, theme, character, style, symbolism and imagery are all discussed in detail, and thoroughly taught and tested. Study and exam preparation techniques are covered and exam questions provided. Answers are also provided for all the questions to allow learners to monitor their own understanding. This study guide aims to provide you with sufficient support for doing really well in your Grade 12 English examination. This study guide will provide: All the background information needed for a full understanding of Cry, the Beloved Country.; Summaries, including a precis of the whole play, plus details of acts and scenes.; Important quotes for use in exams.; An analysis of the play that will help you understand the plot and develop insight and appreciation.; Pointers about the characters for quick and easy revision.; A summary of the key themes.; Comprehensive exam preparation assistance, including test-yourself questions, sample contextual questions and full answers; and A glossary explaining literature terminology. About the author, Alan Paton: Born in Pietermaritzburg in 1903, Alan Paton attended Pietermaritzburg College and then studied science at the University of Natal. He graduated in 1922 and obtained his teaching certificate in 1923. In 1925, he went to teach at a school in Ixopo attended by black children. In 1928, he took a post at Pietermaritzburg College, a prestigious, whites-only boys' school, where he taught for seven years. He started writing poetry and novels, but was critical of his novel-writing efforts and destroyed these early stories. In 1935, he became principal of Diepkloof Reformatory. Here, he instituted a number of reforms and the reformatory succeeded in rehabilitating juvenile criminals into society. He felt that with greater freedom in the way the reformatory was run, the boys would be better adapted to life outside the reformatory when released. At the start of the Second World War, Paton wanted to join the army, but was asked to stay on at the reformatory instead. After the war, while travelling to study prisons and reform schools elsewhere in the world, Paton had the idea for his novel Cry, the Beloved Country, which he wrote most of while travelling abroad. Paton was convinced that young urban black people drifted into crime because of a lack of opportunities to make a living and as a result of broken families and tribes around the country. This lack of stability of home and culture left the young without an anchor, and the unfair laws of the time inhibited them from finding an honest way to make a living. In creating his characters for Cry, the Beloved Country, Paton drew on three major schools of thought at that time: There was a desire by white people to keep the black people in their place.; There was an opposite desire among black activists to demand equality more and more violently; and There was the attitude of "brotherly love" as embodied by the Christian churches predominant at that time. As a devout Christian, Paton seemed to conclude in his novel that having an attitude of brotherly love offers the only hope for the future, but this idea was fiercely opposed. Although Paton wrote this novel in 1946, the themes and issues he explores are still interesting and relevant now. This eBook is in ePDF format, which enables you to: View the entire book offline on desktop or tablet.; Search for and highlight text; and Add and edit personal notes directly in your eBook.
X-kit Achieve English Home Language Grade 8 is a study guide which includes concise explanations, plenty of practice and sample test and exam papers with answers. The series has been developed based on research and feedback from learners and teachers. It offers Graded maths exercises which cover understanding, application and problem-solving skills. CAPS compliant.
X-kit Literature Guides explains the history, environment and the story of the text in broad terms. It discusses every major character and theme in the text in detail using pictures and diagrams to explain concepts. X-kit Literature Guides provides plenty of practise questions and answers and tips on how to tackle your literature exam.
The English in context series offers learners exciting and varied opportunities to study English. The series has been revised to meet all the requirements of the CAPS for English home language in grade 12. English in context consolidates and extends language and literacy skills and knowledge. Features of this course include: a wide range of literary and non-literary texts to develop proficiency in reading and viewing; activities that promote writing practice across a variety of contexts to help learners develop written, visual and multi-media texts; opportunities to practise effective listening and speaking strategies and express ideas and opinions; activities to extend vocabulary use and understanding of language structures; activities which utilise learners' existing knowledge and promote imaginative and critical listening, thinking and reasoning; integration of language and literacy skills across other subjects.
The literature X-kits offer a wealth of interactive material. Literary texts are discussed in detail, and topics include plot, theme, character, style, symbolism and imagery. The depth of knowledge conveyed to learners encourages them to engage in literature on a far more meaningful level. They also cover essential study and exam preparation techniques, that prepare learners thoroughly for literature exams.
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