All about figurative language
Figurative language is when writers use various techniques to make their writing interesting, often by using comparisons to other things. We often use figurative language ourselves without even realising it. This course explores the ways we use language to spice up our writing and speaking. You may not have heard of some of these technical figurative language terms even if you have used them. This course is long, and quite a brain-twister, especially the last few modules – so remember to read the explanations and questions carefully! We hope you will enjoy challenging your brain with this course! (Course ends end June 2018, certificates sent out in first week of July.)
Are you ready for that job?
This course is a collection of useful articles giving information about how to apply for a job so that you stand out – learn how to write a good CV, covering letter, get various tips on how to handle an interview, and also, as importantly, how to keep your mind clear during the whole process! This course also includes sneak previews of FunDza’s new Work-Wise blog… (Course ends end of May 2018, completion certificates sent out in the first week of June.)
Literature Study: ‘Climbing ladders, falling friends’ and ‘My friend Kylie’
In this course you will read two popular short stories that many readers have enjoyed, and answer comprehension, language and vocabulary stories on each chapter. Then you will use these stories to revise the concepts of literature and story analysis. (Course ends 30 April 2018. Certificates of completion sent first week of May.)