Exam Timetables GRADE 12 GRADE 11 GRADE 10 GRADE 9 GRADE 8 GRADE 7 GRADE 6 GRADE 5 GRADE 4 GRADE 3 GRADE 2 πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡
πŸ’ͺ Specifically, we focus on term 1,2,3 & 4 study materials from the regions of Gauteng, Limpopo, Western Cape, Eastern Cape, Northern Cape, Kwazulu Natal, Mpumalanga, Free State, and North West Province.

What is English as the first additional language?

The English First Additional Language subject focuses on equipping students with listening, speaking, reading and writing skills that are used in everyday social conditions as well as cognitive academic skills for learning in English.

How can I improve my literature analysis skills?

Improving your literature analysis skills takes practice and effort, but there are a few things you can do to help strengthen your abilities:

  • Read widely: One of the most important things you can do to improve your literature analysis skills is to read widely and frequently. This will help you develop a better understanding of different genres, styles, and writing techniques, as well as help you recognize common literary devices and themes.
  • Take notes: While you are reading, take notes on key themes, characters, symbols, and plot developments. This will help you remember details and make connections between different parts of the text.
  • Analyze literary devices: Pay close attention to the literary devices used in the text, such as metaphor, symbolism, imagery, foreshadowing, and irony. Think about what these devices reveal about the characters, plot, and themes of the text.
  • Consider the author’s purpose: Think about why the author wrote the text and what they were trying to achieve. Consider the historical and cultural context in which the text was written and how this might have influenced the author’s choices.
  • Write about what you’ve read: Practice writing analytical essays and responses to literature. Use your notes and analysis to support your arguments and draw conclusions about the text. Get feedback from your teacher or peers to help you improve your writing and analysis skills.

Possible Grade 10 English first additional language questions

Here are some possible Grade 10 English First Additional Language questions:

Reading Comprehension:

  1. What is the main idea of the passage?
  2. How does the author create a particular mood or tone in the text?
  3.  What is the author’s purpose in writing this passage?
  4. What literary devices are used in this passage, and how do they contribute to the meaning of the text?

Writing:

  1. Write a descriptive paragraph about your favorite place.
  2. Write a personal narrative about a time when you faced a challenge and overcame it.
  3. Write an argumentative essay on whether or not social media has a negative impact on teenagers.
  4. Write a letter to the editor of a newspaper expressing your opinion on a current issue.

Grammar and Vocabulary:

  1. Identify and correct the errors in the following sentence: “Me and my friend went to the store.”
  2.  Choose the correct form of the verb to complete the sentence: “The team __________ playing well today.” (is/are)
  3. Define the following vocabulary words: empathy, irony, protagonist, foreshadowing.
  4. Complete the sentence with the correct preposition: “She is afraid __________ spiders.” (of, in, at, by)

Literature Analysis:

  1. Analyze the theme of friendship in a novel or short story you have read.
  2. How does the author use symbolism to convey a deeper meaning in a poem you have read?
  3. Compare and contrast two characters from a play you have read.
  4. Discuss the significance of the setting in a novel or short story you have read.

These are just a few possible Grade 10 English First Additional Language questions. The actual questions on your exam may vary depending on your school or exam board.

English First Additional Language: 2016-2018

Advertisements

Categorized in:

Tagged in:

,

πŸ“’JOIN NOW OUR WHATSAPP CHANNEL TO GET FREE PDF OF PAST PAPERS, MEMORUNDUMS AND STUDY GUIDES