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GR. 7 EMS LESSON PLANS – TERM 1 (WEEK 1-10)Economic and Management SciencesLESSON PLAN FOR VIVA EMSGRADE 7TERM 1: Week 1 - 3(2 hours per week)Topic: THE ECONOMYDuration: 6 hours (6 x 1 hour periods)Sub-topic: Unit 1.1 History of moneyStart date: . Completed date: Prior content knowledge:Link with next lesson:Own general knowledge/experience onusing money and bank facilities.Needs and wants – people use money to satisfytheir needs and wants on a daily basis.Content:Vocabulary/ Important Words:1.1.1 Traditional societies andbartering (2 hours)1.1.1 Nomadic, self-sufficient, needs, wants, barter.Commodity money.1.1.2 Development of moneyElectronic banking(2 hours)1.1.2 Promissory notes, banknoteselectronic banking, electronic fund transfer(EFT), automatic teller machines (ATM’s)Personal Identification Number (PIN)1.1.3 The role of money andcharacteristics of money(2 hours)1.1.3 currency, durable, portable, divisibleAims and Objectives of the lessonBy the end of the lesson learners will be able to: Define all the relevant conceptsList the problems with barteringDescribe/explain the latest bank servicesExplain how a cellphone can make banking easierList the advantages of electronic banking for the clientList the advantages of electronic banking for the bank and othersTeaching Methods: Narrative methodDiscussion methodQuestion and answerDemonstrationsGroup activitiesDifferentiation (Enrichment opportunities /addressing barriers): VIVA EMS - Gr. 7 LESSON PLANSUse visual materials for learners without anyexperience with money.Show learners the different features of SouthAfrican moneyMake instructions simple to address thelanguage barrierExtra enrichment activity for learners who needmore stimulation (research)Term 1Page 1

ASSESSMENT STRATEGYFormalInformal Form of Assessment: Assessment Tool:Define all the important vocabulary wordsClass and homework activitiesActivity 1.1 (LB p. 4)Memo, (TG p. 2)Activity 1.2 (LB p. 7)Memo, (TG p. 3)Activity 1.3 (LB p. 8)Memo, (TG p. 6)FORMAL ASSESSMENT: ASSIGNMENTAssignment TG p.4)Memo (TG p. 4)Research the development of money inSouth Africa from 1961 up to date anddraw a time line.Enrichment -----I---------------------------iFeb 1961196519711989March 2002Metric systemRevised coinageDiscontinued½ cR2 introducedDiscontinued 1c and 2cR and cEVIDENCE OF ASSESSMENTTeacher: Informal activities are controlled, corrected and dated. Teacher’s comments in thelearners’ exercise books.Mark the FORMAL ASSESSMENT (assignment) and record the marks on therecording sheet as the first formal assessment for term 1.Learners: Written work in the learners’ exercise books that is corrected by the learner andcontrolled by the teacher.FORMAL ASSESSMENT marked and pasted into Learners’ workbooks or filed inlearners’ portfolios.VIVA EMS - Gr. 7 LESSON PLANSTerm 1Page 2

Lesson, Class work and Homework: Activity 1.1 – Activity 1.3:FORMAL ASSESSMENT: Assignment on electronic and cell phone banking.TEACHER’S ACTIVITIESPeriod 1 2:1.1.1 Traditional societies and bartering(2 hours) (LB p. 2) Explain how traditional societiessatisfy their needs and wants. Explain bartering and the problemsassociated with bartering. Explain how commodity moneydeveloped into metallic money whenprecious metals were discovered. Explain important vocabulary wordslisted for this topic. Mark Activity 1.1 at the beginning ofperiod 2 and check that learnerscorrect their mistakes.LEARNERS’ ACTIVITIESPeriod 1 2:1.1.1 Traditional societies and bartering(2 hours) (LB p. 2) Ask clarity seeking questions andrespond to the teacher’s questions. Learners summarise the vocabularywords for this topic in their exercisebooks. Learners can explain how they will usethe bartering system themselves. Learners will do Activity 1.1 (LB p. 4). Learners will mark their homework andcorrect their mistakes at the beginningof period 2.Period 3 4:Period 3 4:1.1.2 The development of money1.1.2 The development of money(2 hours) (LB p. 5)(2 hours) (LB p. 5) The teacher explains the problems Learners listen to the explanation of thepeople had to keep their money safe.teacher, ask clarity seeking questions And how promissory notes developedand respond to questions.to solve this problem. They collect the latest bank brochures Explain why the first paper moneyabout bank services.was developed. Discuss the latest bank services in Explain electronic banking and all thegroups.new vocabulary words learners need Learners summarise the vocabularyto know.words for this topic in their exercise Use your cell phone to explain how abooks.cell phone can help to make cell Learners do Activity 1.2 (LB p. 7).phone banking more safe. Learners mark their homework and Discuss the latest banking servicescorrect their mistakes.by using the latest bank brochures.Task learners to collect the latestbrochures from local banks. Explain the advantages of electronicbanking for the client as well as forthe bank. Task learners to do Act 1.2 (LB p. 7). Let them mark Activity 1.2 the nextperiod and correct their mistakes.VIVA EMS - Gr. 7 LESSON PLANSTerm 1Page 3

Period 5 6:Period 5 6:1.1.3 The role of money (1 hour) (LB p. 8) 1.1.3 The role of money (1 hour) (LB p. 8) Explain the role or function of money Ask clarity seeking questions andin societies.respond to the teacher’s questions. The teacher also explains the Bring money to the classroom and makecharacteristics of money.a list of all the different denominations ofcoins and notes found in SA. Illustrates the security features ofSouth African bank notes, e.g. the Discuss the security features used inanimal watermark, security silverythe production of South African bankthread or stripe and unique serialnotes to prevent counterfeiting.numbers. FORMAL ASSESSMENT:(1 hour) (TG p. 4)Copy the questions of theassignment on the blackboard andtask learners to write it in theirworkbooks.FORMAL ASSESSMENT:(1 hour) (TG p. 4) Learners copy the questions of theformal assessment in theirworkbooks and should submit itwithin 2-3 days as an individualassignment.Resources: VIVA EMS Gr. 7 LB (p. 1-8) and TG (p.2-6 ) (Assignment on page 4 5 of TG). Chalkboard and chalk South African bank notes to illustrate the security features. Internet or library (to research the history of money and the security features of SouthAfrican bank notes). Brochures of bank services. Cellphone to illustrate some of the messages received from banks.Teacher’s comments / reflection: HOD input: monitoring and support VIVA EMS - Gr. 7 LESSON PLANSTerm 1Page 4

Economic and Management SciencesLESSON PLAN FOR VIVA EMSGRADE 7TERM 1: Week 4 5(2 hours per week)Topic: THE ECONOMYDuration: 4 hours (4 x 1 hour periods)Sub-topic: Unit 1.2 Needs and wantsStart date: . Completed date: Prior content knowledge:Link with next lesson:Own general knowledge/experience onthe difference between needs andwants.Unit 1.3: Goods and services that we are able tobuy and use to satisfy our needs and wants.Content:Vocabulary/ Important Words:1.2.1 Basic needs of individuals,families, communities (1 hour)1.2.1 Basic or primary needs,secondary needs, tertiary wants.1.2.2 Needs of urban and ruralfamilies (2 hours)1.2.2 Urban, rural.1.2.3 Unlimited wants and limitedresources (1 hour)1.1.3 Scarcity, economic problem.Aims and Objectives of the lessonBy the end of the lesson learners will be able to: Define all the relevant concepts Differentiate between needs and wants List their own needs and wants Distinguish between urban and rural needs. Understand the economic problem and how it is solved.Teaching Methods: Narrative methodDiscussion methodQuestion and answerDemonstrationsGroup activitiesDifferentiation (Enrichment opportunities /addressing barriers): VIVA EMS - Gr. 7 LESSON PLANSUse diagrams like the hierarchy of needs onp. 9 of the VIVA EMS textbook.Use visual materials by working from thepictures in the VIVA EMS textbook, p. 10 11.Make instructions simple to address thelanguage barrierExtra enrichment activity for learners who needmore stimulation (research on communityneeds and wants).Term 1Page 5

ASSESSMENT STRATEGYFormalInformalForm of Assessment: Assessment Tool:Define all the important vocabulary wordsClass and homework activitiesActivity 1.4 (LB p. 10) Memo (TG p. 6)Activity 1.5 (LB p. 12) Memo (TG p. 7)Research the products imported from other Enrichment activitycountries and the products exported by SA.RubricEVIDENCE OF ASSESSMENTTeacher: Activities are controlled, corrected and dated. Teacher’s comments in the learners’exercise books.Learners: Written work in the learners’ exercise books that is corrected by the learner andcontrolled by the teacher.Lesson, Class work and Homework: Activity 1.4 – Activity 1.5:TEACHER’S ACTIVITIESLEARNERS’ ACTIVITIESPeriod 1:1.2.1 Basic needs of individuals,families, communities andcountries (1 hour) (LB p. 9) Explain the difference between basicneeds and wants. Ask learners to list their needs andwants in table form and also in orderof priority. Draw the diagram on p. 9 on theblackboard and explain how basicneeds must be met first. Discuss examples of secondaryneeds. Explain why tertiary wants will be metlastly. Task learners to do Activity 1.4(LB p. 10).Period 1:VIVA EMS - Gr. 7 LESSON PLANS1.2.1 Basic needs of individuals, families,communities and countries(1 hour) (LB p. 9) Ask clarity seeking questions andrespond to the teacher’s questions. Learners summarise the vocabularywords for this topic in their exercisebooks. Learners list their own needs and wantsin a triangle format by doing Activity 1.4(LB p. 10). Learners will present their work in classand correct their mistakes.Term 1Page 6

Period 2 3:1.2.2 Needs of urban and rural families(2 hours) (LB p. 10) The teacher reads the case study onthe Dlamini family and explainvocabulary words not understood bylearners. Ask different learners to readsections of the case study on theNkosi family. Task learners to do activity 1.5(LB p. 12). Check learners’ homework andprovide the correct answers.Period 2 3:1.2.2 Needs of urban and rural families(2 hours) (LB p. 10)Period 4:1.2.3 Unlimited wants and limitedresources (1 hour) (LB p. 12) Ask learners what choices they haveto make every day when they goshopping. Ask them why they are forced tomake choices. The answer isunlimited needs and limitedresources (money in their case) Explain the economic problem. Explain scarcity and how differentcountries try to overcome the scarcityproblem by importing. Task learners to research whichproducts SA has to import on aregular basis.Period 4:1.2.3 Unlimited wants and limited resources(1 hour) (LB p. 12) Learners explain what choices they hadto make the last 2 days. They ask clarity seeking questions andrespond to the teacher’s questions. They summarise the new vocabularywords in their workbooks. Learners do research on SA importsand exports in order to understand howcountries solve the economic problem. Learners read the case study on theDlamini family with the teacher.Ask clarity seeking questions andrespond to the teacher’s questions.They also read the case study on theNkosi family.Learners summarise the vocabularywords for this topic in their exercisebooks.Learners will do activity 1.5 (LB p. 12).They mark their homework and correcttheir mistakes.Resources: VIVA EMS Gr. 7 LB (p. 9-13) and Teacher’s Guide (p.6-8). Chalkboard and chalk Labels of everyday products imported from other countries. Internet or library (to research South African imports and exports). VIVA EMS - Gr. 7 LESSON PLANSTerm 1Page 7

Teacher’s comments / reflection: HOD input: monitoring and support VIVA EMS - Gr. 7 LESSON PLANSTerm 1Page 8

Economic and Management SciencesLESSON PLAN FOR VIVA EMSGRADE 7TERM 1: Week 6 7(2 hours per week)Topic: THE ECONOMYSub-topic: Unit 1.3 Goods andservicesDuration: 4 hours (4 x 1 hour periods)Prior content knowledge:Link with next lesson:Own general knowledge/experience onthe different consumer goods used ona daily basis.Unit 1.4: Types of businesses producing goods andservices to satisfy our needs and wants.Content:Vocabulary/ Important Words:1.3.1 Goods and services(1 hour)1.3.2 Producers and consumers(1 hour)1.3.3 Responsible consumers cansave money and resources(1 hour)1.3.4 How to recycle and reuse waste(1 hour)Start date: . Completed date: 1.3.1 Goods, services, non-durable, semi-durableand durable consumer goods, capital goods,services.1.3.2 Producers, consumers, hou

Economic and Management Sciences GRADE 7 LESSON PLAN FOR VIVA EMS TERM 1: Week 4 5 (2 hours per week) Topic: THE ECONOMY Sub-topic: Unit 1.2 Needs and . p. 10 11. Make instructions simple to address the language barrier Extra enrichment activity for learners who need more stimulation (research on community .