Develop lifelong learners who will be able to use

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Develop lifelong learners who will be able to use language for learning in other areas of learning. Apply the communicative approach in teaching a home language or second language to Grade 4 to 9 learners. Plan, design and teach listening, reading, speaking, writing; and present language use and language structure lessons, and lessons based on the CAPS for Grade 4 to 9 for teaching home languages and additional languages. Promote communication in the home language and additional languages. Assess learners’ work by making use of a variety of assessment methods and assessment rubrics.
PST131J/101 5 3 CONTACT DETAILS 3.1 The lecturer You are most welcome to contact your lecturer should you encounter any problems with your studies or assignments. You may write to her, phone or visit her. When you plan to visit your lecturer, you should first make an appointment. The lecturer responsible for this module is: Mrs SS Mukhari AJH 6-111 Tel: 012 429 6692 (07:4516:00, Mondays to Fridays) E-mail: [email protected] Please use the addresses provided above if you want to write us a letter. Please note that letters to lecturers may not be enclosed with or inserted into assignments. You can also contact us via the discussion forum on myUnisa. 3.2 The Department of Language Education, Arts and Culture Departmental Secretary: Ms D Magolego Email: [email protected] Tel: 012 429 4585 Administrative Officers: Ms Z Majeke Email: [email protected] Tel: 012 429 4146 Mr J Maphosa Email: [email protected] Tel: 012 429 3783 3.3 Contact details for administrative inquiries Direct telephonic inquiries about administrative matters to the relevant department. Please refer to the brochure my Studies @ Unisa,which you received with your study material. This brochure contains information on how to contact the university (e.g. to whom you can write for different queries, important telephone and fax numbers, addresses and details of the times certain facilities are open.) Always have your student number at hand when you contact the university. Note that the fax numbers and e-mail address for all administrative enquiriesare as follows: e-mail: [email protected]
PST131J/101 6 4 MODULE-RELATED RESOURCES 4.1 Study guides and tutorial letters The Department of Despatch should supply you with the following study material for this module: Tutorial Letter 101/3/2017 (this tutorial letter, which contains important information and in which you will find the assignments you are required to do) Tutorial Letter 201/2017 which contains important information and guidelines for studying at a distance in the College of Education Tutorial Letters 501 and 502 (the study guides that contain your study material for this module) a number of additional follow-up tutorial letters (which will not be available at registration, but will be sent to you during the course of the year, and which will contain feedback on the assignments and examination guidelines).

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