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2021 Grade 8 Life Orientation Annual Teaching Plan2021 ANNUAL TEACHING PLAN – TERM 1Week 1Term 147 daysCAPS TopicWeek 2Week 3Week 4Week 5Development of the self in societyWorld of WorkBasic hygiene principles(issues of Covid 19)Basic hygiene principles(issues of Covid 19)Concepts: self-concept and self-motivation-Factors that influence self-concept formation and selfmotivation: media, environment, friends and peers, family,culture, religion and community-Positive self-talk: individuality and uniqueness andpersonal achievements-Strategies and skills to extend personal potentialConcepts: sexuality-Understanding one’s sexuality: personalfeelings that impact on sexuality-Influence on friends and peers on one’ssexuality-Family and community norms that impact onsexuality-Social pressures including media that impacton sexuality-Problem-solving skills: identity formation anddevelopmentBasic hygiene principles(issues of Covid19)Basic hygieneprinciples(issues of Covid 19Relationships and friendships: relationshipat home, school and in the communityDifferent learning styles: visual,aural, kinaesthetic, reading andwriting-SBA (FormalAssessment)-Appropriate ways to initiate a relationshipParticipation in Physical activities that promotecomponents of fitnessSafety issues relating to fitnessPhysical Education-Participation in Physical activities thatpromote components of fitnessParticipation and movementperformance in physical activities thatpromote components of fitnessWeek 9Week 10Health, Social and environmental responsibility(Grade 7 Prior-knowledge)-Common diseases: tuberculosis, diabetes, epilepsy,obesity, anorexia, HIV and AIDS and COVID -19-Causes of diseases: social, economic andenvironmental factors including use of alcohol andtobacco, poor eating habits and physical inactivity-Appropriate ways to sustain a relationship-Treatment options, care and support (coping withemotions: trauma, grief, loss and anxiety)-Problem solving skills: appropriatebehaviour in a relationship-Resources on health information and health services-Communication skills: ability to disagree inconstructive ways and appropriate ways toend a relationship-InformalAssessmentWeek 8Development of the self in societyPhysical EducationResources (otherthan textbook) toenhance learningWeek 7Development of the self in societyCoreConcepts, Skillsand ValuesRequisite PreKnowledgeWeek 6Physical Education-Participation in Physical activitiesthat promote components of fitnessS-Strategies for living with and management oftuberculosis, diabetes, epilepsy, HIV and AIDS includingCOVID-19Physical Education-Participation in Physical activities that promote components of fitnessDevelopment of the self in societyDevelopment of the self in societyWorld of WorkConcept: self-imageChanges in boys and girls: puberty and gender constructsPeer pressure: effects of peer pressureImportance of reading andstudyingSkills to develop memoryResources on study skillsCovid-19 E booklet and postersResources on fitnessPhysical Education guidelinesHomework/Classwork/worksheetsWritten Task: 70 marksPhysical Education: 30 marksHealth, Social and environmental responsibility

2021 Grade 8 Life Orientation Annual Teaching Plan2021 ANNUAL TEACHING PLAN – TERM 2Term 251 daysCAPS TopicWeek 1Week 2World of WorkWorld of WorkHealth, social and environmental responsibilityConstitutional rights and responsibilitiesBasic hygieneprinciples(issues ofCovid 19)Basic hygiene principles(issues of Covid 19)Basic hygiene principles(issues of Covid 19)(Prior Knowledge of Grade 7 Term 2) Identify and applyown learning style(self-managementskills)CoreConcepts,Skills andValuesRequisitePreKnowledgeResources(other thantextbook) toenhancelearningWeek 3Week 4 Six career categories: investigative, enterprising,realistic, artistic, conventional and social (identifycategory of essential workers)-Interests and abilities related to each careercategory-Thinking and learning skills required by each careercategory-School subjects related to each career category. The role of work in relation to South Africa’s socialand economic needs-Identify needs in the community and country-How work can meet social and economic need inSouth AfricaWeek 5Week 6Week 7Social factors that contribute to substance abuseincluding community and mediaAppropriate behaviour to stop and avoidsubstance abuse: refusal and decisionmaking skillsLong and short term consequences ofsubstance abuse: link to crime, violenceand educational outcomesRehabilitation options: where to find help, care andsupportWeek 8Human rights as stipulated in the SouthAfrican Constitution:S-Application of human rightsApplication of responsibilities in relation tohuman rightsFair play in a variety of athletic and sportactivities: role of values, trust and respect fordifferencePhysical EducationPhysical EducationPhysical EducationParticipation in targetgamesParticipation in target gamesParticipation and movement performance in targetgamesWorld of WorkParticipation in target gamesParticipation and movement performance in target gamesWorld of WorkImportance ofreading and studyingSkills to developmemoryResources on careers and study skillsInternet: VARK TestCovid-19 E booklet and postersResources on target gamesPhysical Education guidelineHealth, social and environmental responsibilityWeek 10 - 11Week 9Constitutional rights and responsibilitiesFORMAL ASSESSMENT The form of assessment at the end of 2 will be acontrolled test and Physical Education Task basedon Term 1 and Term 2 work. Notes or guidelines on the controlled test is asfollows:Section A:25 MarksSection B:25 MarksSection C:20 MarksAll questions arecompulsoryA source or Case studymay be used tocontexualise thequestionsAll questions arecompulsoryShort open ended,scenario based, sourcebased and case studyquestionsThree 10-markquestions will be set ofwhich learners will beexpected to answerTWO.The questions shouldbe a combination ofthree or more types ofquestions ranging fromlist, what, why, multiplechoice, matchingcoulumns and missingwords.Questions should beknowledge based i.e.include information thatlearners have acquiredfrom the LifeOrientation classQuestions will testunderstanding andfactual knowledgeResources on substance abuseNewspaper articles and magazinesCovid-19 E booklet and postersResources on target gamesPhysical Education guidelineResources on human rightsSouth African ConstitutionBill of RightsResources on target gamesPhysical Education guidelineResponses should beshort and direct andrage from one word toa phrase or a fullsentenceLearners shoulddisplay, present andapply knowledge andskills gained. Learnerswill display anunderstanding of reallife issues affecting theyouth and society atlarge and give adviceof possible solutions,demonstrate goalsetting and decisionmaking skillsLearners shouldprovide directresponses, fullsentences in point formand extended writing inshort paragraphsQuestions willpredominantly focus onthe application ofknowledge and skillsLearners will solveproblems, makedecisions and giveadvice. They willprovide few directresponses andextended writingranging fromdescriptive paragraphsto short essays thatstate or examine anissue.Each question willfocus on the specificinformation or theintegration of content.A shorttext/diagram/data/graphs/cartoons can beprovided as stumulus.

2021 Grade 8 Life Orientation Annual Teaching PlanTerm 251 daysCAPS TopicInformalAssessmentWeek 1Week 2Week 3World of WorkWorld of WorkWeek 4Week 5Week 6Week 7Week 8Health, social and environmental responsibilityWeek 10 - 11Week 9Constitutional rights and responsibilitiesFORMAL ASSESSMENTHomework/Classwork/worksheetsControlled Test: 70 MarksSBA (FormalAssessment)Physical Education Task: 30 Marks2021 ANNUAL TEACHING PLAN – TERM 3Term 352 daysCAPS TopicWeek 1Week 2Week 3Week 5Week 6Week 7Week 8Week 9Week 10Week 11World of WorkHealth and environmental responsibilityHealth and environmental responsibilityConstitutional rights andresponsibilitiesBasic hygiene principles of COVID-19Basic hygiene principles of Covid-19Basic hygiene principles of Covid-19 Informed, responsible decision makingabout health and safety: HIV & AIDSand COVID 19- Management with medication, diet,healthy living and positive attitude- Prevention and safety issues relatingto HIV/AIDS and COVID 19- Caring for people living withHIV/AIDS and COVID 19- Management of HIV/AIDS includingCOVID 19- Coping with (coping with grief,trauma, loss and crisis)Basic hygiene principles ofCovid-19 Relationships between performance in school subjects and interestsand abilities:-Types of learning activities related to different subjects: practical,theoretical, individual or group activities-Demands of each subject: thinking and learning skills required Decision-making process:-Steps in choosing career category relating to individual strength,ability, interest and passionCoreConcepts,Skills andValuesRequisite PreKnowledgeWeek 4 (Prior Knowledge of Grade 7 Term 3)Concept: environmental healthLocal environmental health problems- Community and individual projects and strategies to prevent and deal withenvironmental health problems- Problem-solving skills: an action plan to address an environmental healthproblem and formulate environmentally sound choices and actionsEnvironmental health issues:Application of laws and policies to protect the environmental health: addressan environmental issue –Earth Day: preservation of the environment:Honouring Earth Day: ways of being kinder to Earth- Nation building: definitionDifferent ways to promote nationbuilding in different contexts:community, school and homeContributions of women and mentowards nation building:individuals and groupsDevelop and implement an environmental health programmePhysical EducationPhysical EducationPhysical EducationPhysical EducationParticipation in a programme that improves movement techniquesParticipation in a programme that improves movement techniquesSafety issues relating to movement activitiesParticipation and movement performance in a programme that improves movementtechniquesParticipation in a programme that improvesmovement techniquesParticipation in a programme thatimproves movement techniquesWorld of WorkHealth and environmental responsibilityParticipation and movementperformance in a programme thatimproves movement techniquesHealth and environmental responsibilityConstitutional rights andresponsibilities

2021 Grade 8 Life Orientation Annual Teaching PlanTerm 352 daysResources(other thantextbook) toenhancelearningInformalAssessmentSBA (FormalAssessment)Week 1Week 2Resources on World of WorkResources on careers, career guidance and counsellingCovid-19 E booklet and postersResources on movement techniquesPhysical Education guidelinesWeek 3Week 4Week 5Week 6Resources on environmental healthCovid-19 E booklet and postersResources on movement techniquesPhysical Education guidelinesWeek 7Week 8Week 9Resources on health and safetyHealth books, magazines and brochuresDepartment of Health brochuresCovid-19 E booklet and postersResources on movement techniquesPhysical Education guidelinesHomework/Classwork/WorksheetsProject Task: 70 MarksPhysical Education Task: 30 Marks2021 ANNUAL TEACHING PLAN – TERM 4Week 10Week 11Resources on nation buildingNewspapers and magazinearticlesCovid-19 E booklet and postersResources on movementtechniquesPhysical Education guidelines

2021 Grade 8 Life Orientation Annual Teaching PlanTerm 447 daysCAPS TopicCoreConcepts,Skills andValuesWeek 1Week 2Week 3Week 4Week 5Week 6Week 7Week 8Constitutional rights and responsibilitiesConstitutional rights and responsibilitiesDevelopment of the self in societyBasic hygiene principles (issues of COVID19)Basic hygiene principles (issues of COVID19)(Prior Knowledge of Grade 7 Term 4 ) Concept: human rights violationsTypes of violationsCounter-strategies to violations of humanrights Concept: gender equityGender equity issues in a variety of athleticand sport activitiesDefining gender-based violenceEmotional, health and social impact of rapeand gender-based violencePrevention of violence against women: lawon sexual offencesSources of help for victims: safety for girlsand women Concept: cultural diversity in South Africa - Diversecultural norms and values in relation to personal andcommunity issuesInfluence of cultural norms and values onindividual behaviour, attitude and choices:cultural expectations, practices andtraditionsUnderstanding diverse cultures: recognitionof diverse cultures to enrich South AfricansocietyRespect difference: culture, religion andgenderCelebrate unity in diversity: respectdifference and celebrate similarityContributions to social development byorganisations from various religions Concepts: personal diet and nutrition-Factors that influence choice of personal diet:ecological, social, economic, cultural andpolitical-Ways to improve nutritional value of ownpersonal diet: a plan for healthy eating habitsPhysical EducationPhysical EducationParticipation in an outdoor recreational activityParticipation in an outdoor recreational activityParticipation and movement performance in an outdoorrecreational activityParticipation and movement performance in an outdoor recreational activitySafety issues relating to participation in recreational activitiesConstitutional rights and responsibilitiesConstitutional rights and responsibilitiesDevelopment of the self in societyWeek 9 – 10FORMAL ASSESSMENT The form of assessment at the endof Term 4 will be a controlled testand Physical Education Task basedon Term 3 and Term 4 work. Notes or guidelines on the controlledtest is as follows:Section A:25 MarksSection B:25 MarksSection C:20 MarksAll questions arecompulsoryA source orCase study maybe used tocontexualise thequestionsAll questions arecompulsoryShort openended, scenariobased, sourcebased and casestudy questionsThree 10-markquestions will beset of whichlearners will beexpected toanswer TWO.The questionsshould be acombination ofthree or moretypes ofquestionsranging from list,what, why,multiple choice,matchingcoulumns andmissing words.Questionsshould beknowledgebased i.e.includeinformation thatlearners haveacquired fromthe LifeOrientation classQuestions willtestunderstandingand factualknowledgeRequisite PreKnowledgeResponsesshould be shortand direct andrage from oneword to a phraseor a fullsentenceLearners shoulddisplay, presentand applyknowledge andskills gained.Learners willdisplay anunderstanding ofreal life issuesaffecting theyouth andsociety at largeand give adviceof possiblesolutions,demonstrategoal setting anddecision makingskillsLearners shouldprovide directresponses, fullsentences inpoint form andextended writingQuestions willpredominantlyfocus on theapplication ofknowledge andskillsLearners willsolve problems,make decisionsand give advice.They will providefew directresponses andextended writingranging fromdescriptiveparagraphs toshort essaysthat state orexamine anissue.Each questionwill focus on thespecificinformation orthe integration ofcontent.A shorttext/diagram/data/graphs/cartoons can beprovided asstumulus.

2021 Grade 8 Life Orientation Annual Teaching PlanTerm 447 daysCAPS TopicWeek 1Week 2Constitutional rights and responsibilitiesWeek 3Week 4Week 5Week 6Constitutional rights and responsibilitiesWeek 7Week 8Development of the self in societyWeek 9 – 10FORMAL ASSESSMENTin shortparagraphsResources(other thantextbook) toenhancelearningInformalAssessmentSBA (FormalAssessment)Resources on human rights violationsResources on gender based violenceSouth African ConstitutionBill of RightsCovid-19 E bookletsResources on recreational activitiesPhysical Education guidelinesResources on diversitySouth African ConstitutionBill of RightsCovid-19 E bookletsResources on recreational activitiesPhysical Education guidelinesResources on personal diet and nutritionCovid-19 E bookletsResources on recreational activitiesPhysical Education guidelinesHomework/classwork/WorksheetsControlled Test: 70 MarksPhysical Education Task: 30 Marks

2021 Grade 8 Life Orientation Annual Teaching Plan Term 3 52 days Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Resources (other than textbook) to enhance learning Resources on World of W