Norah Taylor

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Norah Taylor (1909-*). Speech teacher and director.

Contribution to SA theatre, film, media and/or performance

She wrote the book Spoken Communication, published by DALRO in 1976. She was the co-author, with Juliet Marais Louw, of Let's pretend to be: plays and playwriting for the primary school, Let's learn to act : plays and playwriting for the primary school and We write and act plays : plays and playwriting for the primary school, all published by Maskew Miller in the late 1970s.

The play's the thing: plays for young people was compiled by Barbara Hönck and Norah Taylor.

She wrote A brief summary of the life and achievements of Dr. P.P.B. Breytenbach with Doris Breytenbach.

She was a member of the South African Guild of Speech Teachers.

The SA Council for English Education offers the Norah Taylor Bursary for speech training, oral communication and English Second Language teaching. It is available to qualified teachers who want to continue their study in Speech training, Oral Communication, and Teaching of English as a first or second language [1].


SACat, a union catalogue of items held by Southern African libraries.

Members Book of the South African Guild of Speech Teachers .

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