African Dustbin Grade 10 | African Dustbin Grade 10 Questions and Answers, African Dustbin Grade 10 Questions and Answers. This is for English First Additional Language for grade 10 students.
African Dustbin Grade 10 | African Dustbin Grade 10 Questions and Answers
List of Questions
Question Set 1:
- Reread pg. 5 of the text:
- Why do the board have to find an alternative place to dump their waste?
- Quote from the text to support your answer.
- With reference to the whole of Scene 1 (pages 1–12):
2.1 Explain how Gustavuson and Lubbe are similar in character.
2.2 Explain how Haig, Haber and Lombroso are similar in character.
Question Set 2:
- Refer to Scene 2 (pages 15–24) and Scene 3 (pages 26–30):
- Both Gwala and Dr Thebe work for the government. Explain how they are different in character.
- Refer to the first 3 scenes of the play so far.
- Discuss the theme of ‘The Importance of Protecting the Environment. (5)
Question Set 3:
- Discuss your views on the way Dr Thebe approaches her duties as a doctor. Follow-up questions if needed:
• Why does she order the laboratory tests?
• Why does she visit Dr Sibanda? What is she hoping to gain from this visit?
- Why does Dr Sibanda want to hush the whole matter up? Follow-up questions if needed:
• Do you think Dr Sibanda is corrupt?
• What do you think Dr Sibanda would have done if Anderson had approached him about dumping in Nkululeko? (Do you think he would have been bribed like Gwala?)
Question Set 4
- What are your feelings towards Gwala at this point in the play? Follow-up questions if needed:
- What type of person do you think Gwala is? (What words would you use to describe him?)
- Does he have any redeeming qualities? Is there anything that is good about him?
- Do you think Gwala should be charged for attempted murder? Why or why not?
Question Set 5
Refer to page 72, ‘Thebe: Well, we will fight you and your imperialist friends. (Pause) Our people will not allow you to make their country and our continent a dumping ground for foreigners. (Pause) No, we shall resist being made an African dustbin.’
- What figure of speech is the title of this play?
- Explain how this figure of speech adds to the central theme of the play.
- Explain how this metaphor is effective.
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