X-Kit Achieve! Sophiatown: English First Additional Language Grade 11 Study Guide ePDF (perpetual licence)” (9781776100217)

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X-Kit Achieve! Sophiatown: English First Additional Language Grade 11 Study Guide ePDF (perpetual licence)
X-Kit Achieve! Sophiatown: English First Additional Language Grade 11 Study Guide ePDF (perpetual licence)
Purkey, Malcolm (Study Guide notes by Jackson, R)
Malcolm, R
Purkey, Jackson
Pearson Holdings Southern Africa
Pearson Education Southern Africa
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9781776100217
9781928330820

Description

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 11 English examination. This study guide will provide: • All the background information needed for a full understanding of Sophiatown; • Summaries, including a précis 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. Sophiatown is different from other plays in that it was written by a group of people – The Junction Avenue Theatre Company (JATC) – consisting of white students and academics, including Malcolm Purkey. Later, the company included black actors. Sophiatown tells the story of how, in 1897, Hermann Tobiansky bought part of the farm Waterval to be developed into a suburb for white people. When the suburb was established in 1904, black people bought properties there; the legislation preventing black people buying properties only came into being in 1913. The suburb was originally called Sophia, after Tobiansky’s wife. In 1919, it was renamed to Sophiatown. By the 1920s, the white people had moved out, and after 1913, the black people, losing their farms and smallholdings, flooded to the large cities. Sophiatown’s water and sanitation facilities could not cope and, in 1940, Sophiatown became an overcrowded, poverty-stricken township. In the 1950s, neighbouring white suburbs were expanding and their residents demanded that the government extend their suburbs into Sophiatown. Soon thereafter, the government ordered the removal of the black people from Sophiatown. Despite an organised show of resistance by the Sophiatown residents in 1955, 80 bulldozers and 2 000 armed policemen were sent in and the houses of Sophiatown destroyed. 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

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