Imagined Worlds: Anthology of Poetry- Imagined Worlds: An Anthology of Poetry is a new anthology of poems written by poets from a range of countries, reflecting different time periods and styles. The poems in Imagined Worlds: An Anthology of Poetry are arranged in themes within an accessible and user-friendly format and design. This full-colour anthology includes photographs that aid understanding and provide opportunities for visual literacy links with the poems.
English HL Grade 12 '3in1' (Answer Series) - This book, structured according to the CAPS curriculum, covers the following 4 skills: Listening and Speaking, Reading and Viewing, Writing and Presenting and Language Structures and Conventions. It offers: Comprehensive Notes on each of these 4 skills, Exercises with answers on each of the skills and Sample Paper 1�s and Memos (DBE and IEB). The book caters for learners writing both the DBE (National) exams and the IEB exams, and offers an original DBE-style Paper 1 and an original IEB-style Paper I. The notes and exercises are very comprehensive, focusing on one thing at a time so that learners consciously engage with specific aspects of the English language. Examples are given for the written texts that a learner might have to produce in an exam, as well as many of the spoken texts that will be assessed. Specific attention is given to the use of PowerPoint slides in formal speeches. A colour CD with PowerPoint slides on the prepared speech and visual literacy is available to teachers using this book in the classroom. Teachers who choose this book might also find it beneficial to start using it with their Grade 11s.
Oxford English Grammar: The Advanced Guide - Oxford English Grammar: the advanced guide is a grammar reference and practice book for the proficient English student. It offers comprehensive, advanced explanations of language concepts with annotated examples; examples of common grammar mistakes
Hamlet (Oxford School Shakespeare) - Oxford School Shakespeare is an acclaimed edition especially designed for students, with accessible on-page notes and explanatory illustrations, clear background information, and rigorous but accessible scholarly credentials. Hamlet is a popular text for study by secondary students the world over. This edition includes illustrations, preliminary notes, reading lists (including websites) and classroom notes.
Exam Success Life of PI Study Guide - Exciting comic-style versions of the play, useful notes on the characters, themes and imagery, and clear plot summaries bring the literature to life for learners. Sample tests with memos build learners� confidence. Exam-style contextual and essay questions and answers help learners practise for exams and assess their understanding.
Hamlet (Active Shakespeare Series) - This series offers an approach that will encourage learners to become involved in the interactive process of these plays, whilst exposing them to the atmosphere and history of the age, in a fun and stimulating way.
Hamlet SG (Macrat) - A learner-centred workbook that encourages creative thinking which enables learners to tackle exam questions with confidence. The workbook explores the plot, characters and themes in order for learners to form opinions and find substantiation in the text. Suitable for Grades 11 & 12. Suggested answers are included, however they can be supplied separately on request for bulk orders.
Hamlet Grade 12 Home Language Drama - This edition of Hamlet offers a uniquely interactive approach to one of Shakespeare's most performed plays. William Shakespeare did not intend that his plays be read as texts only - they were meant to be acted, seen and heard. This edition of Hamlet offers a uniquely interactive approach to one of Shakespeare's most performed plays. William Shakespeare did not intend that his plays be read as texts only. They were meant to be acted, seen and heard. This exciting edition of Hamlet offers a wealth of supporting material to encourage understanding and appreciation of this remarkable play as well as meet all the requirements of the CAPS and preparation for the Grade 12 examination. The features of this edition include a detailed introduction to prepare learners for studying the key literature features and characteristics of the play, a short biography of Shakespeare, Background information about the context of the play, A summary of each Act, A complete and authoritative text of the play, An attractive double-page spread layout, which includes notes and activities that: Assist with pre-reading and during reading, Explain difficult language, Provide useful background information, Explore characters, themes, words and images, and stimulate thoughts on how to stage the play, Pre-reading questions before each Act, Questions and activities at the end of each Act to consolidate understanding and for revision, Exam preparation including sample contextual and essay questions, and guidance for answering both types of questions as well as suggested answers, a list of references and a detailed glossary of terms for literature study and drama. This edition is fully illustrated with drawings and story boards for each Act as well as photographs to support and extend the understanding and enjoyment of Hamlet.
Antony & Cleopatra (Oxford School Shakespeare) - Oxford School Shakespeare is an acclaimed edition especially designed for students, with accessible on-page notes and explanatory illustrations, clear background information, and rigorous but accessible scholarly credentials. Antony and Cleopatra is a popular text for study by secondary students the world over. This edition includes illustrations, preliminary notes, reading lists and classroom notes.
This title is suitable for all exam boards and for the most recent AS/A level specifications.
North and South - As relevant now as when it was first published, Elizabeth Gaskell's "North and South" skilfully weaves a compelling love story into a clash between the pursuit of profit and humanitarian ideals. This "Penguin Classics" edition is edited with an introduction by Patricia Ingham. When her father leaves the Church in a crisis of conscience, Margaret Hale is uprooted from her comfortable home in Hampshire to move with her family to the North of England. Initially repulsed by the ugliness of her new surroundings in the industrial town of Milton, Margaret becomes aware of the poverty and suffering of local mill workers and develops a passionate sense of social justice. This is intensified by her tempestuous relationship with the mill-owner and self-made man John Thornton, as their fierce opposition over his treatment of his employees masks a deeper attraction. In "North and South" Gaskell skilfully fused individual feeling with social concern, and in Margaret Hale created one of the most original heroines of Victorian literature. In her introduction Patricia Ingham examines Elizabeth Gaskell's treatment of geographical, economic and class differences, and the male and female roles portrayed in the novel. This edition also includes further reading, notes and a useful glossary. Elizabeth Gaskell (1810-65) was born in London, but grew up in the north of England in the village of Knutsford. In 1832 she married the Reverend William Gaskell and had four daughters, and one son who died in infancy. Her first novel, "Mary Barton", was published in 1848, winning the attention of Charles Dickens, and most of her later work was published in his journals, including "Cranford" (1853), serialised in Dickens' "Household Words". She was also a lifelong friend of Charlotte Bronte, whose biography she wrote. If you enjoyed "North and South", you might like Jane Austen's "Persuasion", also available in "Penguin Classics". "[An] admirable story...full of character and power." (Charles Dickens).
English for Success Grade 12 - This innovative English Home Language series is the choice of teachers who want their learners to excel. The content is dynamic, offering a variety of text types and extension activities. This creates opportunities for aspiring learners to excel. Literature, writing, listening and speaking as well as language skills are developed in context through studying established and contemporary extracts, allowing learners to master the language holistically.