Remember to have your student number available

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Remember to have your student number available whenever you contact the University. Whenever you contact a lecturer via your mylife email, please include your student number in the subject line to enable the lecturer to help you more effectively. 4 RESOURCES 4.1 Joining myUnisa The myUnisa learning management system is the University's online campus which will help you communicate with your lecturers, other students, and the administrative departments within Unisa. To claim your myUnisa account, please follow the steps below: 1. Visit the myUnisa website at 2. Click on the "Claim Unisa login" link on the top of the screen under the orange user ID box. 3. A new screen will load, prompting you to enter your student number . Please enter your student number and click "continue" . 4. Enter your surname, your full name, your date of birth and, finally, your South African ID number (for South African citizens) OR your passport number (for foreign students). Then click "continue". Remember to enter either an ID number or a passport number, NOT both. 5. Please read through the guidelines and click all the check boxes to acknowledge that you have read all the information provided. Once you are done, click the "Acknowledge" button to redirect you to the final page in the process. 6. The final page will display your myLife e-mail address, and your myLife AND myUnisa password . This password will also be sent to the cellphone number displayed on the page for safekeeping. 7. Please note that it can take up to 24 hours for your myLife e-mail account to be created. Remember, the password provided is your myUnisa AND myLife password. 4.2 Prescribed book(s) There are no prescribed books for this module. The Learning Guide FLT3701 will be used 4.3 Recommended book(s) The following books are recommended for this module: Phatudi NC.2015. Introducing English as first additional language in the early years. Pearson Holdings South Africa, Cape Town. Hugo A &Lenyai E. Teaching English as a First Language in the Foundation Phase Practical Guide. Juta Publishers.
FLT3701/101/0/2021 7 We recommend you read widely in order to keep abreast with contemporary skills and techniques used in teaching second language/FAL Articles on First Additional Language Teaching will be uploaded on myUnisa and can be downloaded to help you get more and clearer information regarding this module Recommended books can be requested online, via the Library catalogue. 4.4 Electronic reserves (e-reserves) E-reserves can be downloaded from the Library catalogue. More information is available at: 4.5 Library services and resources The Unisa Library offers a range of information services and resources: For detailed Library information, go to For research support and services (eg personal librarians and literature search services), go to - support The Library has created numerous Library guides: Recommended guides: Request and download recommended material:

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