Study and Master Life Skills Grade 1 Workbook IsiZulu Translation by Fairuz Parker, Erato-Nadia Bizos, Mirna Lawrence, Dorothea Menezes
  

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Study and Master Life Skills Grade 1 Workbook IsiZulu Translation by Fairuz Parker, Erato-Nadia Bizos, Mirna Lawrence, Dorothea Menezes

Study & Master Life Skills gives learners the best possible foundation on which to build their skills to function effectively in society. This programme provides: topics that focus on the learners' own experiences in the context of the world around them * graded activities that promote physical, emotional, cognitive, spiritual and creative development * worksheets which function as written exercises to develop the skills, knowledge, attitudes and values acquired by the learners * guidelines for activities involving physical development and movement that promote health and fitness * additional teacher-guided activities that introduce and consolidate the activities in the Learner's Book and Workbook. Also available in Afrikaans, isiXhosa, Sepedi, Sesotho and Siswati. Strong roots; good shoots!

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Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Fairuz Parker, Erato-Nadia Bizos, Mirna Lawrence, Dorothea Menezes
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

31st October 2010

ISBN

9780521126168


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