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Unformatted text preview: UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS UNIVERSITEITSEKSAMENS Q U N I SA 3?th ABT1513 MayiJune 2014 EXPLORING ADULT LEARNING Duration 2 Hours 100 Marks EXAMINERS FIRST MR GP TSHEPHE SECOND DR PR BLAKE Closed book examination This examination question paper remains the property of the Unwersuty of South Africa and may not be removed from the examination venue EXAMINATION INSTRUCTIONS o This examination consists of 4 questions You must answer any two (2! of the four 4 uestions . Each Question carries a total of 50 marks . Please read the questions carefully and allow the mark allocation to goide you as to how long your answer should be QUESTION 1 Carefully read the case study below and answer the questions that follow Use your creatiwty in attempting the questions “I had to herd cattle", says Simon, one of the older men Maria says she had to look after the children at her home "My mother worked in town and so had to cook and wash and look after the small children ” Petrus, "I lost my schooling because I had to go to work to support the other members of the family ” Jabu says that her daughter died and she is looking after her three grandchildren “I can do everything else but cannot help them With their homework or read the notices that they bring back from school I never went to school There was no school where I lived as a young girl An extract from a case study: Mrs Viiakazi’s basic literacy class (ABT1513 study Guide 2010:18) 1 1 Identify and briefly discuss three (3) types of barriers the adult learners in the above case study experienced (15) 1 2There IS one particular adult learner from the case study who was motivated to learn by Circumstances, identify and briefly discuss those Circumstances (10) TURN OVER 2 ABT1513 MAYIJUNE 2014 1 3 Explain In four (4) short paragraphs, why IS It Important for adult educators to know about the barriers to adult learning (20) 1 4Mentlon any fave (5) barriers caused by education Institutlons that may contribute to learners dropping out from ABET centres (5) [50] QUESTION 2 2 1 List any five (5) characteristics of an adult learner (5) 2 2 DISCUSS how you would ad)ust your teachmg to be responsrve to each characteristic you mentioned above (25) 2 3 Describe how you as an adult educator can use the pnncnples for effective adult learning to help adult learners Use only five (5) pnncnples (20) [50] QUESTION 3 3 1 Describe Vygotsklan Zone of Prox:mal Development (ZPD) and explain how you could use the theory In teaching adults (25) 3 2 Briefly define the followmg concepts . Adult Learning 0 Rote Learning 0 Experiential Learning . Theory . Maslow hierarchy of needs (25) [50] QUESTION 4 4 1 Dn‘ferentrate between the learning theory and Instructional theory (5) 4 2 In your own understanding, briefly explain the followrng theories Behavrourlsm Cognitive Constructlwsm Socral Learning . Humanist Learning (30) 4 3 Tabulate the differences between learner cantered approach to teachlng and teacher centred approach to teaching For each approach tabulate fave (5) pornts (10) 4 4 Describe what the experiential learning cycle IS (5) [50] TOTAL MARKS [100] © UNISA 2014 ...
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