This collection of Intermediate Phase language resources includes educational materials that are designed to support learners at all proficiency levels.
Learning is so much more effective through home languages. We’ve bundled various language resource collections, so you can easily find teaching resources suited to your students’ home language. Plus, you can find what you need for ESL and EFL.
From tests and tasks to stories and activities, Star Seller: Mrs Morgie’s Moments has teaching resources to help your primary school kids learn English.
Afrikaans HL and FAL teaching resources for Grades 4–7. Browse this Seller Spotlight: Alles oor Afrikaans collection on Teacha!
Foster learning in your classroom with ready-to-use English resources, ranging from classroom decor to lesson ideas and comprehension. Use this collection to help your students develop important literacy and communication skills needed for education and the workplace. This is an Australian curriculum English resource collection.
Enhance communication skills while promoting teamwork. This collection includes resources about the core competencies: communication and collaboration.
Teaching a language is that much easier when you have supporting teaching resources. This collection of isiXhosa resources offers a great selection of resources, from lesson plans and activities to flashcards and posters, to help you cultivate an appreciation for isiXhosa in the classroom and beyond. Looking for more? We have 100’s more isiXhosa resources […]
This collection of isiZulu resources will help you teach with ease. It has a great selection of worksheets, activities, posters, and readers.
Support multilingualism and mother-tongue learning in the classroom with these great resources. Take a look at this collection of South African language resources, celebrating languages in the classroom.
Comprehension plays an essential role in language learning. With these great comprehension, reading, and language-in-context resources, you can make sure that your students develop accordingly. Improve English language through critical thinking skills and deriving meaning from text.
Building a good foundation for reading skills is essential. If your students are able to read well from the beginning, it will benefit them in all areas.
Here’s a thought: start each day by reading a poem to your learners! Why should you do that? I’m so glad you asked! Here are a few reasons to seriously consider making this a daily habit because poetry is…
These isiZulu and isiXhosa resources are great for introducing young learners to these languages. On Teacha! you’ll find teaching resources for all languages.
Grammar is important. It has become especially important to teach grammar to a generation that thinks “Hey, wot R U ^ 2 DIS wknd. cht l8r” is a perfectly good sentence! Grammar lessons have the potential to cause your learners to roll their eyes and let out a painful sigh.
A student’s ability to listen has a significant impact on their capacity to learn! If they haven’t practiced these skills from a young age, it will result in major struggles later on in their schooling career, as well in their social life. Now is the perfect time to work on listening skills with your students.
Creative writing is not only fun, it also holds many benefits for your learners. It broadens their imagination and increases cognitive thinking. They might not initially agree with the ‘fun’ part, but they will soon discover how much more satisfaction they reap from writing than just vegetating in front of the TV. We have a […]