In this tutorial letter, you will find the two compulsory assignments for both semesters and instructions on the preparation and submission of the assignments. (See paragraph 8 below regarding the importance of assignments for examination admission and their contribution towards your year mark for this module). This tutorial letter also provides you with all the information you need with regard to the prescribed study material and how to obtain it. Furthermore, we include in this tutorial letter certain general and administrative information concerning this module. Please study this information carefully and make sure that you obtain the prescribed study material as soon as possible. Apart from this tutorial letter, you will also receive other tutorial letters during the semester. Your study material for CLA1502 will therefore consist of a study guide and tutorial letters (namely, tutorial letters 101 (this tutorial letter)); 102 (in which we confirm your lecturers and the prescribed study material, set out rules for the examination and describe the kind of questions which you may expect in the examination); and 201 and 202 (which contain the commentaries and feedback on the assignments) which you will receive from the University and a prescribed textbook which you must purchase. These tutorial letters will not necessarily be available at the time of registration. Tutorial letters will be made available to students as soon as they are ready. You can access the study guide and tutorial letters on my Unisa. You are therefore encouraged to register on my Unisa , a tool that enables you to communicate with other students and lecturers, submit assignments, access library resources and download study material. You can access my Unisa on . Go to the website and log in using your student number and password. You will see [CLA1502-20-S1/S2] in the row of modules displayed in the orange blocks at the top of the webpage. Select the “ More ” tab if you cannot find the module you require in the orange blocks. Then click on the module you want to open. For further information on my Unisa and other administrative information, please consult the publication Study @ Unisa.