2021 Annual Teaching Plan Term 1 Life Orientation Grade 12

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2021 Grade 12 Life Orientation Annual Teaching Plan2021 Annual Teaching Plan – Term 1 Life Orientation Grade 12Term 145 daysCAPSTopicCoreConcepts,Skills andValuesWeek 127-29 January(3 days)Week 21-5 February(5 days)Week 38-12 February(5 days)Development ofself in societyDevelopmentDevelopment ofof self inself in societysociety- Assess levels- Conflict Apply a rangeof stress: signsresolution skills:ofandsymptomsInterpersonallife skills requiredof stress,andto adapt topositiveandIntrapersonalchange as part ofnegative stressongoing healthy- Discuss thelifestyle choices:importance ofstressors, change - Evaluate ownability toinitiating,and quality of life:prevent stressbuilding and- management:sustaining-Identify andcopingpositivedefine Importanceofemotional, tandingenvironmentaldevelop andothers,factors (abuse,implement own communicatingvocation, lifefeelings, beliefscrises, personality strategyand attitudes)and socialpressure)PETPETPETWeek 415-19 February(5 days)Development ofself in society-Factors thatinfluence effectivecommunication:personality,attitudes andvalues,acceptance ofresponsibilities,appropriateexpression ofviews and feelings,respect thefeelings of others-Adapting togrowth andchange:-Change incircumstances(personal, social,work)-Transitionbetween schooland post-schooldestinationPETDefinition of concepts:skills, change, stressors, healthy lifestyle choices, physical,emotional, social and environmental factors, life crises, positiveRequisite and negative stress, coping mechanisms, managementPretechniques, Conflict resolution skills: Interpersonal andKnowledg Intrapersonal, beliefs and attitudes, values, acceptance oferesponsibilities, appropriate expression of views Study skills, strategies and styles, examination writing skills,entrepreneurship and informal jobs, financial viability ofentrepreneurship, corruption and fraud LifeWeek 522-26February(5 days)Developmentof self insociety-Positive andnegativeaspects ofchange-Investigationof other views,insightsregarding thelife cycle andrelatedtraditionalpractices Personallifestyleplan topromotequality oflifePET GradeWeek 61-5 March(5 days)Week 78-12 March(5 days)Study SkillsCareers andCareerchoices Develop astudy plan toensureobtaining ofthe NationalSeniorCertificate(NSC): Commitmentto a decisiontaken:For a job orcourseapplicationfor additionalor highereducation,- Revise ownTechnicalStudy skills,vocationstrategies,educationstyles, timeand trainingmanagementTVETandcollegeexamination(hard copieswriting skillsor online(read the-Explainquestion,strategies toplan theachieve goals:response,-Research andanswer thelocatequestions,appropriateetc.)work or studyand fundingopportunitiesfrom varioussources(online andother)PETPETWeek 815-19 March(5 days)Careers andCareer choices-Researchadmissionrequirements fordegree, diplomaor highercertificate for theintended field ofstudy---Research andlocateaccommodationand travelarrangements,and determinepossiblechallengesSkills for finalaction: job orcourse andfinancial aidapplications foradditional orhighereducation)Week 923-26 March(4 days)Week 1029-31 March(3 days)Careers andCareer choicesCareers andCareer choices Reasons for andimpact ofunemploymentExploreInnovativesolutions tocounteractunemployment:volunteering,part-time jobs,community work,informal jobs andentrepreneurship( small business,socialentrepreneurship Financial viabilityofentrepreneurshipand otheremploymentoptions includingawareness ofSouth AfricanRevenue Service(SARS) taxobligationsThe impact ofcorruption andfraud on theindividual,company,community andcountryDiscuss thepurpose ofNationalBenchmarkTests:PETPETPET11 related content and concepts Understanding the different action/ command words:and their influence on own well-being: different Use the list of definition of concepts.types with different people/groups and their changing nature - Include key words in terms of different cognitive levelsRelationships that contribute or are detrimental to well-being:rights and responsibilities in relationships, social and culturalviews that influence and/or affect relationships, qualities soughtin different relationships and individuality in relationships Applying own study skills, styles and study strategies: - Studyskills: examine how learning takes place and reflect oneffectiveness – Study styles as preferred way of approaching Relationships

2021 Grade 12 Life Orientation Annual Teaching PlanWeek 5Week 6Week 7Week 8Week 9Week 1022-261-5 March8-12 March15-19 March23-26 March29-31 MarchFebruary(5 days)(5 days)(5 days)(4 days)(3 days)(5 days)tasks - Study strategy as a way to approach a specific task inthe light of perceived demands Examination writing skills and process of assessmentResource Wall charts, dictionaries, textbook, magazines, newspaper articles and reportss (other Graphic organizers to enhance thinking skills: e.g. KWHL chart for baseline assessment and/or consolidation after lesson. Other types: as a concept definition map, discussion map, for notetaking,thansummaries, to organize ideas, etc.textbook) Internet/Case Studies/Scenarios that are current and up to date / Life Skills Newspaper articles/DVD’s/Role Play activities/Presentations by learners/Video clips, DVDs, PowerPointtoPresentations/Guest speakers on a subtopic as per CAPS content per term Life Orientationenhance Power Posters/Stimuli such as picture(s)/ Google classroom/ Kahoot/Social media platforms/Objects/material for demonstrations (to accommodate kinaesthetic learning style)learningInformal assessment:A minimum of one informal task should be given per week. An informal task should cover the various cognitive levels. Types of informal tasks could include the following:InformalVarious nature of questions are used: short, discursive, columns, true or false with motivation, definition of concepts, attachment of concepts to expressions, scenario based, case studies,Assessmesimulations, panel discussion, practical demonstrations, etc. Both written and practical demonstrations are considered. After a reasonable amount of content has been treated, informalntassessment must be given. At least one informal assessment must be administered on each period. For practical demonstration, observation sheets must be used. After a reasonable amountof content has been treated, informal assessment must be given.Term 145 daysSBA(FormalAssessment)Week 127-29 January(3 days)Week 21-5 February(5 days)Week 38-12 February(5 days)Week 415-19 February(5 days)SOURCE-BASED TASKThe source-based task must be completed independently under controlled conditions.The teacher is required to facilitate the process in class time. However, the completion of the task should not be administered as a class test.PET

2021 Grade 12 Life Orientation Annual Teaching Plan2021 Annual Teaching Plan – Term 2 Life Orientation Grade 12Week 113-16 April(4 days)Term 247 daysCAPS TopicDemocracyand Humanrights Responsiblecitizenship:Evaluate ownposition whendealing withdiscriminationandhuman rightsviolations,takinginto account theBill of Rights-CoreConcepts,Skills andValuesWeek 219-23 April(5 days)Week 326-30 April(4 days)DemocracyDemocracyand Humanand HumanrightsrightsAssess Analyse andprojects,debate thecampaignsrole of theandeventsmedia in awhichdemocraticaddresssociety:discrimination - Print andandelectronichuman rightsmediaviolations- Social mediaplatforms:- EvaluationSocial mediaregardingfootprint andoutcomes ofdangers ofcampaignsuse andand events.abuse, cyberwellness,cyber safety,cyber om ofexpressionandlimitationsWeek 43-7 May(5 days)Week 510-14 May(5 days)Week 617-21 May(5 days)Week 724-28 May(5 days)Week 831 May-4 June(5 days)Week 97-11 June(5 days)Week 1014-18 June(4 days)Democracyand Humanrights- Extenttowhichmediareportingreflects ademocraticsociety:topicscovered,positionstaken byeditors, accessibilityofinformation todifferentgroups insociety)Democracyand Humanrights- Criticalanalysisofmediaandcampaigns.- Coverage ofsport, sportspersonalitiesandrecreationalactivities.- Ideologies,beliefsand worldviewsonrecreationalandphysical activityacross culturesandgendersSocial andenvironmentalresponsibility Responsibilitiesof various levelsof government:laws,regulations, rulesand communityservicesSocial andenvironmentalresponsibility Communityresponsibilityto ensureenvironmentsand servicesthat promotesafe andhealthy livingSocial andenvironmentalresponsibility Social andenvironmentalresponsibility Explain howto formulate apersonalmissionstatement forlife based on:- Personalviews, values,belief system,religion,ideologies,lifestyle(physical y,goals forstudies andcareerchoicesSocial andenvironmentalresponsibility Impact of visionon:- Actions/behaviourin life- Immediatecommunity andsociety at largePETPETPETPETPETPETPETPETPETPETDefinition of concepts: Responsible citizenship, discrimination and human rights violation, Bill of Rights, campaigns and events, electronic and print media, freedom of expression, limitations of rights especiallythe freedom of expression, media campaigns, ideologies, beliefs, worldviews, Constitution of the Republic of South Africa. Safe and healthy living, levels of government and their environmental responsibilities, personal mission statement, personal views, values, belief systems, religion, lifestyle, and vision. Bill of Rights, handout on human rights, factsheet on human rights, academic but relevant documents of the role of the media in a democratic country, list of definition of concepts, etc. Dictionaries, magazines, newspaper articles, DVDs, video clips, internet, past examination papers, relevant past tests items, information from NGOs, government websitesInformal assessment:A minimum of one informal task should be given per week. An informal task should cover the various cognitive levels. Types of informal tasks could include the following:Various nature of questions are used: short, discursive, columns, true or false with motivation, definition of concepts, attachment of concepts to expressions, scenario based, case studies,simulations, panel discussion, practical demonstrations, etc. Both written and practical demonstrations are considered. After a reasonable amount of content has been treated, informalassessment must be given. At least one informal assessment must be administered on each period. For practical demonstration, observation sheets must be used. After a reasonableamount of content has been treated, informal assessment must be given.PROJECTSBALearners will spend time outside of contact time to collect resources and information.(FormalThe completion of the task should be facilitated by the teacher in class time.Assessment)PET

2021 Grade 12 Life Orientation Annual Teaching Plan2021 Annual Teaching Plan – Term 3 Life Orientation Grade 12Term 348 daysCAPS TopicWeek 113-16 July(4 days)Development ofthe self in society Investigatehuman factorsthat cause illhealth, accidents,crises anddisasters:- psychological,social, religious,culturalpractices ls andValues Identify factorsthat contribute tolifestylediseases:- Poor eatinghabits, lack ofexercise,smoking,substance abuseand unsafesexual behaviour--Name some of thelife style diseaseso Cancer,o tuberculosis,o hypertension,o diseases ofthe heart andcirculatorysystem,o sexuallytransmittedinfections(STIs)o HIV andAIDSPETWeek 219-23 July(5 days)Week 326-30 July(5 days)Development of theself in society---Careers andcareerchoicesRecommend Investigateinterventionand reportstrategies toon the coreprevention andelements ofcontrol of lifejob contract:styleworkerdiseasesrights andobligations;Commitmentconditionstoof serviceparticipatein physicalactivities forlong-termengagementto preventlifestylediseases:Week 42-6 August(5 days)Week 510-13 August(4 days)Week 616-20 August(5 days)Careers andcareerchoicesLabour laws:LabourRelations Act,EmploymentEquity Act andBasicConditions ofEmploymentActCareers andcareerchoices- Principles ofequityandredress- Recruitmentprocess:generaltrends andpractices- Trade unionsandorganisedLabourCareers eek 96-10September(5 days)TRIAL EXAMINATIONSImprovesphysical,mental, socialand emotionalwell-being--Develop action planfor the treatment, careand support for peoplewho have life stylediseases and provide thatas a result of poverty,gender imbalances andown lifestyle choices:RemovePETPETWeek 830 August –3 September(5 days)The value ofwork:How workgivesmeaning tolifeBenefits of longtermparticipationoWeek 723-27 August(5 days)PETPETPETWeek 1013-17September(5 days)

2021 Grade 12 Life Orientation Annual Teaching PlanTerm 348 daysWeek 113-16 July(4 days)Resources(other thantextbook) toenhancelearningInformalAssessmentWeek 326-30 July(5 days)Week 42-6 August(5 days)Definition of concepts:factors, Ill health, Lifestyle diseases, action plan, human factors causingill-health, diseases of lifestyle, eating habits, Job contract, workers’ rights, workers’ obligations, conditions of service, labourlaws: Labour Relations Act (LRA), Employment Equity Act (EEA), Basic Conditionsof Employment Act (BCEA), equity and redress, trends of recruitment, labourunions (employer and employee organisations), ethics and societal expectationsand value of work. HumanRequisitePreKnowledgeWeek 219-23 July(5 days) Week 510-13 August(4 days)Week 616-20 August(5 days)Week 723-27 August(5 days)Week 8Week 9Week 1030 August –6-1013-173 SeptemberSeptemberSeptember(5 days)(5 days)(5 days) Grade 11 related content and concepts Understandingthedifferentaction/ Balanced lifestyle, factors impacting negatively on command wordslifestyle choices, risky behaviour, socio-economic Use the list of definition of concepts.factors, lifestyle choices, role models, nutrition and Include key words in terms of differentwellbeing,cognitive levels Competencies, abilities and ethics; advertisement, CV,work ethics, meetings and their management,interviews, job/ career interests, expectancy and reality,perseverance.Dictionaries, magazines, newspaper articles, DVDs, video clips, internet, past examination papers and marking guidelines, relevant past tests items and marking guidelines,information from NGOs, government websites and other related websites, rvance-and-calls-for-calmInformal assessment:A minimum of one informal task should be given per week. An informal task should cover the various cognitive levels. Types of informal tasks could include the following:Various nature of questions are used: short, discursive, columns, true or false with motivation, definition of concepts, attachment of concepts to expressions, scenario based, case studies,simulations, panel discussion, practical demonstrations, etc. Both written and practical demonstrations are considered. After a reasonable amount of content has been treated, informalassessment must be given. At least one informal assessment must be administered on each period. For practical demonstration, observation sheets must be used. After a reasonableamount of content has been treated, informal assessment must be given.SBACONTROLLED TEST(FormalAssessment)

2021 Grade 12 Life Orientation Annual Teaching Plan2021 Annual Teaching Plan – Term 4 Life Orientation Grade 12Term 447 daysCAPS TopicCoreConcepts,Skills andValuesWeek 15-8 October(4 days)Week 211-15 October(5 days)Study skillsStudy skills Preparingfor success:strategies tofollow inorder tosucceed inthe Grade12examination--Revisionof ownstudy skillsWeek 318-22 October(5 days)Careers and careerchoicesRevision of Refinement ofexaminationportfolio of plans forwriting skillslife after school:record of plans andprogress towardsachievement ofthoseplans:- Update curriculumvitae (CV):applications forpart-time or fulltime employmentand/or bursariesWeek 425-29 October(5 days)Careers and careerchoices- Consider and applyfor alternative job orstudy opportunities- Manage itiesWeek 51-5November(5 days)Week 68-12November(5 days)Week 7Week 815-1922-26NovemberNovember(5 days)(5 days)EXAMINATIONSWeek 929 November– 3 December(5 days)Week 106-8 December(3 days)National Senior Certificate Life Orientation ExamsMarking should be done at a central venueDefinition of concepts:Grade 11 related content and concepts Understanding the different action/ command words How to succeed in grade 12, Study skills, study styles, study strategy, Use the list of definition of concepts.study skills, styles, methods and examination writing skills, time management, Include key words in terms of different cognitive levelsstrategies, Diversity of jobs, work settings, Competencies,Requisite Pre- Personal career portfolio, post abilities and ethics; advertisement, CV, workKnowledgeschool plans, requirement for ethics, meetings and their management,admissiontodifferent interviews, job/ career interests, expectancy andeducationalfieldsand reality, perseverance.qualifications,application,tertiary fees, application for jobsResources(other than Dictionaries, magazines, newspaper articles, DVDs, video clips, internet, past examination papers and marking guidelines, relevant past tests items and marking guidelines, informationtextbook) tofrom NGOs, government websites,enhancelearningInformal assessment:A minimum of one informal task should be given per week.InformalAn informal task should cover the various cognitive levels.AssessmentFor practical demonstration, observation sheets must be used. After a reasonable amount of content has been treated, informal assessment must be given.FINAL NSC LIFE ORIENTATION EXAMINATIONFORMALASSESSMENT

2021 Grade 12 Life Orientation Annual Teaching PlanProgramme of AssessmentExaminationsGrade 12TERMASSESSMENTTASKSource-based task1MARKS PER TERMRECORDING REPORTINGThe Grade 12 Life Orientation examination questions may cover 10% of the content from Grades 10 and 11 CAPS.Outline of Examinations for Grade 1290100PET10Project90PET103Controlled test1001004Final Examinations100100FINAL TOTAL4001002Various types of questions should be incorporated and focus primarily on the application of knowledge in an integratedmanner.100The outline below will be followed when setting Life Orientation examination papers for Grade 12. The paper will consist ofthree sections. Total for examination: 100 marksSection A: 20 marksAll questions areCOMPULSORYSection B: 40 marksAll questions are COMPULSORY A short source may be used to Learners will answer TWO 20contextualise some of themark questions. Short open-endedquestionsquestions could be:o Scenario based The questions must include ao Source-basedcombination of THREE oro Case studymore types of questions fromo Cartoonsthe list below:o Illustrationo Multiple choiceo Graphso One-word responses Questions should be knowledge(list, state, provide, give)based, from information learnerso Definitionshave acquired from the Lifeo Short explanationsOrientation content in the FET(why, how, describe,band.explain discuss) Questionsshouldtest Learners should display, presentunderstanding and factualand apply knowledge and skillsknowledgegained from the Life Orientation Responses should be short,content.direct Mark allocation for thequestionsshouldrangebetween 1 – 2 markSection C: 40 marksLearners will answer TWO 20-mark questionsout of THREE Questions will predominantly focus on theapplication of knowledge and skills A short text/diagram/data/g

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