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Ms Mahanyele 012 481 2819 Teacprac4 [email protected] 0866192171 Admin Assistant 012 481 2887 Teacprac4A LIMPOPO & MPUMALANGA Workstation Coordinator Contact Skype Contact Email Fax Ms Ndhlovu 012 481 2730 Teacprac5 [email protected] 0866190797 Admin Assistant 012 481 2822 Teacprac5A PLEASE NOTE: Do not contact your lecturer(s) about school placement enquiries. Also, do not contact the teaching practice administrative officers about academic enquiries or the submission of assignments. This aspect is attended to in a separate tutorial letter. Contact [email protected] or 012 481 2814 or Fax: 0866190505 for more information. 8 ASSESSMENT8.1 Assessment planAssessment activity Date Assessment type Purpose Contribution to year mark Contribution to final mark Assignment 01 29 April Baseline (Compulsory) Active student assignment Familiarisation with ethical behaviour and good teaching practice during teaching practice. 10% 4% Assignment 02 During first week of Teaching Practice but no later than 9 September Reflective (Compulsory) Place yourself in the shoes of a learner Look through the eyes of a learner 90% 16% Assignment 50 Directly after completing Practical Teaching but not later than 30 September Summative (Compulsory) Examination equivalent Portfolios including assessed Practical Teaching lesson plans (application of learning in a real context.) 80% TOTAL 100% 100%
14 8.2 General assignment numbersAll students have to complete assign 01 and 02 and 50 for both PTEAC1X and PTEAC2Y. 8.2.1 Unique assignment numbersPTEAC1X PTEAC2Y Assignment 01 698679 Assignment 01 659517 Assignment 02 647963 Assignment 02 805275 Assignment 50 791809 Assignment 50 844779 8.2.2 Due dates for assignments+See table under 8.1 above. 8.3 Submission of assignmentsPLEASE NOTE: enquiries about assignments (e.g. whether or not the university has received your assignment or the date on which an assignment was returned to you) must be directed to the Assignments section. You may also find information about your assignments on myUnisa. To go to the myUnisa website, start at the main Unisa website, , and then click on the ‘login to myUnisa’ link under the myUnisa heading on the screen. This should take you to the myUnisa website. You can also go there directly by typing in . Assignment queries should be addressed to: Assignments PO Box 392 Unisa 0003 You may submit written assignments and assignments done on mark-reading sheets either by post or electronically via myUnisa. Assignments may not be submitted by fax or email. For detailed information and requirements as far as assignments are concerned, see the brochure my Studies @ Unisa, which you received with your study material. To submit an assignment via myUnisa: Go to myUnisa. Log in with your student number and password. Select the module. Click on ‘assignments’ in the left-hand menu. Click on the assignment number you want to submit.

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