Grateful acknowledgement is made to the following sources:
Resource 3: Praise poems and stories: Original source(s):
A praise poem written by a South African pupil. Praise poem for Sekhukunene by Nathaniel Selka, taken from:English Matters, Grad 7 Anthology, compiled by Lloyd, G. & Montgomery, K. (1999), p.67. Cape Town: Cambridge University Press) ISBN: 0 521 66747X
A praise song sung by children in Soweto, taken from:
New Successful English, Reading Book, Grade 6 (2001), p.115. (Cape Town: Oxford University Press). ISBN: 0 19 571433 4.
Python taken from English Matters, Grade 7 Anthology, compiled by Lloyd, G. & Montgomery, K.
Resource 4: Preparing lessons on life stories: Original source:
Hugh Masekela’s life story (biography) The magic blower – Hugh Masekela.
Adapted from New Successful English, Learner’s Book, Grade 5 (2001), p.19 (Cape Town: Oxford University Press). ISBN: 0 19 57433 4
Every effort has been made to contact copyright holders. If any have been inadvertently overlooked the publishers will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements at the first opportunity.
Resource 5: Questions for pupils – to think about how to improve (craft) what they have written in their first draft
Section 5: Turning oral stories, poems and games into books