name of the school 2 subject Life Skills 3 assessment number eg test 3 4 total

Name of the school 2 subject life skills 3 assessment

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name of the school2.subject (Life Skills)3.assessment number (e.g. test 3)4.total marks5.time allocated for the test6.instructions to learnersA C T I V I T Y 2.2Designa 30-minute class test for 20 marks on the topic “foodhygiene”, on the theme “health and the environment” for Grade 6learners.F E E D B A C K O N A C T I V I T YRemember that 60% of the questions should be on level 1(12 marks), 30% on level 2 (6 marks) and 10% on level 3 (2 marks).Did you also remember to arrange the questions in order ofdifficulty and include the essential information that must appearon an assessment tool (e.g. a test/examination question paper)?CONCLUSIONIn this unit, you have named and defined different forms of assessment inLife Skills, described and illustrated the forms of assessment (project,assignment, case study. design and make, test, examinations) anddesigned assessment tools.17. . . . . . . . .TMN3703/1Learning unit 2: Different forms of assessment in life skills
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LEARNING UNIT3Learning programmes and lessonpreparation in life skillsCONTENTS3.1LEARNING PROGRAMME/WORK SCHEDULE183.2DRAWING UP A LESSON PLAN20INTRODUCTIONThe learning programme work schedule and learning units for Life Skillsform part of the curriculum document (CAPS) for Life Skills. In order toimplement the learning programme in the classroom, the teacher has toprepare and teach lessons based on the curriculum.L E A R N I N G O U T C O M E SAt the end of this study unit you will be able tooutline the learning programme, work schedule and learningunitsdraw up lesson plans3.1LEARNING PROGRAMME/WORK SCHEDULEThe learning programme/work schedule consists of all the topics thatneed to be covered for the grade in a year. It provides guidelines on theaspects of a topic that need to be covered, how much time should bespent on teaching the topic, and the sequence in which the topics shouldbe covered. It also indicates the resources that must be used to teach thetopic.Sincethecurriculumdocument(CAPS)providestheentireworkprogramme/schedule for Life Skills teaching, you are not required todraw up your own work programme to teach Life Skills. However, itshould be noted that in drawing up a work programme the followingfactors should be considered: time allocated for the subject; teachingtime available during the year; assessment time needed for assessing. . . . . . . . .18
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the learners; time/days in each school term; as well as the scope of eachtopic/unit.Below is an extract from the CAPS curriculum indicating a part of a workprogramme/work schedule for Life Skills:19. . . . . . . . .TMN3703/1Learning unit 3: Learning programmes and lesson preparation in life skills
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. . . . . . . . .20A C T I V I T Y 3.1Discuss the importance of a work programme for a Life Skillsteacher.F E E D B A C K O N A C T I V I T YA work programme/schedule provides a teacher with guidelineson what he/she should teach for the year.
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