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2021 Annual Teaching Plan Template2021 Annual Teaching Plan – Term 1: ECONOMIC & MANAGEMENT SCIENCES (EMS): Grade 8Term 145 daysWeek 127-29 January(3 days)Revision of Grade 7work per topicWeek 2Week 3Week 4Week 5Week 6Week 7Week 81-5 February8-12 February15-19 February22-26 February1-5 March8-12 March15-19 MarchWeek 923-26 March(4 days)The Economy:GovernmentThe Economy:GovernmentThe Economy:GovernmentThe Economy:National BudgetThe Economy:National BudgetThe Economy:Standard of livingFinancial Literacy:Accounting conceptsFinancial Literacy:Source documentsMeaning ofGovernment; differentlevels of management.Roles of the differentlevels of government inrespect of householdsin the use of resourcesand services (both asconsumer andproducer).Roles of the differentlevels of government inrespect of businesses inthe use of resourcesand services (both asconsumer andproducer).The influence of theNational Budget ongrowth and redressingof economicinequalities.Skills: Critical thinking,Skills: Critical thinking,reasoning, analyse,compare, interpret,drawing.Lifestyles,, modernsocieties; ruralsocieties; impact ofdevelopment on theenvironment;unemployment;productive use ofresources to promote ahealthy environmentSkills: Critical thinking,reasoning, research,spelling, writingValues: respect,Values: respect,positive attitudeindependency, positiveattitudeSole trader; debit;credit; capital; owner’sequity; income;expenses; profit; losses;transactions; liability;assets; banking; cashreceipts; cashpayments; subsidiaryjournals; accountingequation: Assets Owners Equity Liabilities (A O L)Skills: Critical thinking,reasoning, research,spelling, writing,calculatingValues: respect,independencyAccounting concepts –capital, assets, liability,profit, loss, income,expenses, transactions,financial records(Grade 7 Term 2 work)Receipts; deposit slips;cash register slips (tillslips); cheques; chequecounter foils; ElectronicFunds Transfer (EFT),bank statements; cashinvoices.Skills: Critical thinking,Government revenue:direct tax; indirect tax;governmentexpenditure on servicessuch as education,health, housing, socialgrants, transport,security etc.Skills: Critical thinking,reasoning, analyse,compare, interpret,drawingWeek 1029-31 March(3 days)CAPS TOPICSCoreConcepts,Skills andValuesreasoning,Values: respect,Requisite PreKnowledgeResources(other thantextbook) toenhancelearning2 per weekreasoning,reasoning,Skills: Critical thinking,reasoning, writing,communicating,calculatingValues: respect,Values: respect,Values: respect,positive attitudepositive attitudeGoods, services andresources(Grade 7 Term 1 work)The role of householdsas producers andconsumers using goodsand services efficientlyand effectively.(Grade 7 Term 1 work)The role of formal andinformal businesses asproducers andconsumers.(Grade 7 Term 1 work)Income, expenses andexpenditure.(Grade 7 Term 2 & 3work)Definition of a budget;personal and businessbudgets.(Grade 7 Term 2 work)Basic needs ofindividuals,communities andcountries; limitedresources to satisfyneeds and wants.(Grade 7 Term 1 work)Magazines, posters,video lessons andrecorded lessonsTelevision, newspapersand radio– encourage learners tolisten to the news andreading of newspapers.Summarised notes,posters, video lessonsand recorded lessonsTelevision, newspapersand radio– encourage learners tolisten to the news andreading of newspapers.Summarised notes,posters, video lessonsand recorded lessonsTelevision, newspapersand radio– encourage learners tolisten to the news andreading of newspapers.Summarised notes,posters, video lessonsand recorded lessonsTelevision, newspapersand radio– encourage learners tolisten to the news andreading of newspapers.Summarised notes,posters, video lessonsand recorded lessonsDesigned flash cardswith meanings, posters,video lessons andrecorded lessonsDesigned flash cardswith meanings, posters,video lessons andrecorded lessons,Designed flash cardswith meanings, posters,video lessons andrecorded lessons,Classwork & homeworkClasswork & homeworkClasswork & homeworkClasswork & homework-Spelling Classwork &homeworkSpelling Classwork &homeworkSpelling Classwork ills: Critical thinking,positive attitudepositive attitudeData response (50marks)Sub-topics :government andNational Budget 2021Cognitive levels:LO- 30%MO-50%HO-20%Values: respect,independencySavings, banking,financial institutions,buying and selling(Grade 7 Term 3 & 4work)-Controlled test (50marks)Sub : Accountingconcepts and Sourcedocuments

2021 Annual Teaching Plan Template2021 Annual Teaching Plan – Term 2: EMS: Grade 8Term 255 daysWeek 113-16 Apr (4)RevisionCAPS TopicWeek 219-23 Apr26 -30 Apr (4)Financial literacy:Overview of theaccounting cycleFinancial literacy:Accounting equation Transactions;source documents;subsidiary journals;General Ledger;Trial Balance;Income Statement;Balance Sheet;CoreConcepts,Skills andValuesWeek 3introduction of theCash Journals of aservice business –their purpose andimportanceSkills: Criticalthinking, reasoning,analytical,comparism,interpretation, anddrawingRequisitePreKnowledgeAccounting cycleFinancial transactionsFinancial recordsIncome and expensesAccounting systemsaccounts,accounting systemsResources(other thantextbook) toenhancelearningGlossary/Definition ofconcepts on FINACIALLITERACYGrade 8 core notesItem BanksTips for teachersLesson plans withActivitiesWeek 43 – 7 MayFinancial literacy:Cash ReceiptsJournal(services) Cashtransactions(receipts) onthe accountingequationAssets owner’sEquity liability(A OE L) Concept of a CashReceipts Journal(CRJ) of a servicebusiness;formats and usesof the columns inthe CRJ;documents used tocomplete the CRJ;Week 5Week 6Week 7Week 810 – 14 May17 -21 May24 – 28 May31 May – 4 JunFinancial literacy:Cash ReceiptsJournal(services)Entrepreneurship:Factors of productionentering of cashtransactions in theCRJ; closing off theCRJ; Capital – borrowedand own capital;Labour – unskilled,semi-skilled andskilled labour; roleof workers in thebusiness;entering of cashtransactions in theCRJ; closing off theCRJ;Skills: Critical thinking,reasoning, analytical,comparism,interpretation, anddrawingAccounting cycleFinancial transactionsFinancial recordsIncome and expensesAccounting systemsEffect of cashtransactions on theaccounting equation:Classification ofaccounts,Post the CRJ to theGeneral LedgerGlossary/Definition ofconcepts on FINACIALLITERACYTips for teachersLesson plans withActivitiesVideo and postersThe economy:MarketsTypes of markets – goodsand services market;The economy:Week 9Week 10-117-11 Jun14-25 JunMarketsRevision: TERMConsolidationfactor market (labourand financial markets) It is compulsory tocomplete all the TERM1 and 2 topics asindicated in theteaching plangive learners anoverview of whatwill be assed fair employmentpractices;Natural resources; Entrepreneurship;remuneration of thefactors of productionControlled TestControlled Testmust cover Term 1: 30% ofcontent covered Tern 2: 70% ofcontent covered MARKS 100NB: provide learners withguidelines for mid-yearexaminations which: Skills: Critical thinking,reasoning, analytical,comparism,interpretation, anddrawingSkills: Criticalthinking, reasoning,analytical,comparism,interpretation, anddrawingSkills: Criticalthinking, reasoning,Skills: Critical thinking,reasoning,Double entry systemsClassification ofaccounts,Elements of AccountingequationEffect of cashtransactions on theaccounting equationCash transactionsRecording transactionto the subsidiary journalDifference betweenServices and tradeCash transactionsRecording transaction tothe subsidiary journalDefinition of factors ofproductionTypes of marketsDeference betweengood and servicesGlossary/Definition ofconcepts on FINACIALLITERACYTips for teachersLesson plans withActivitiesVideo and postersGlossary/Definition ofconcepts on FINACIALLITERACYTips for teachersLesson plans withActivitiesVideo and postersGlossary/Definition ofconcepts onENTREPRENEURSHIPTips for teachersLesson plans with ActivitiesVideo and postersGlossary/Definition ofconcepts on THEECONOMYTips for teachersLesson plans with ActivitiesVideo and postersGlossary/Definition ofconcepts on THEECONOMY Tips forteachersLesson plans withActivitiesVideo and postersSkills: Critical thinking,reasoning,Must include alltopics covered interm 1 and term 2Economic cycleTypes of marketsNB: guidelines forControlled Test which: Must include alltopics covered interm 1 and term 2-

2021 Annual Teaching Plan TemplateTerm 255 daysInformalAssessmentSBA(FormalAssessment)Week 113-16 Apr (4)Base line assessmentHomework, ClassworksDiscussionsWeek 219-23 AprHome work, ClassworksRemedialDiscussionsWeek 326 -30 Apr (4)Home works, ClassworksDiscussionsRemedialWeek 43 – 7 MayHome works, ClassworksDiscussionsRemedialWeek 5Week 6Week 7Week 810 – 14 May17 -21 May24 – 28 May31 May – 4 JunClass Test (Shouldcover all FinancialLiteracy: Sub topicstaught (3 weeks)remedialHome workClass Test (Should coverall ENTREPRENEURSHIP:Sub topics taughtDiscussionsHome workClass Test (Should coverall Financial Literacy: Subtopics taught (1 week)remedialDiscussionsWeek 9Week 10-117-11 Jun14-25 JunClass Test (Shouldcover all FinancialLiteracy: Sub topicstaught (in 2 weeks)RemedialJUNE EXAM

2021 Annual Teaching Plan Template2021 Annual Teaching Plan – Term 1: EMS: Grade 8 Term 3TERM 3 53 1: 13 Jul – 16 2: 19 Jul– 3: 26 Jul – 4: 2 Aug – 5: 10 Aug – 6: 16 Aug – 7: 23 Aug – 27 AugdaysJul23 Jul30 Jul6 Aug13 Aug20 AugFINANCIALLITERACYCashReceiptsJournal:Entering thecashTopic,transactionsconcepts,in the CRJ.skillsandClosingoffvaluesthe CRJ.Requisitepreknowledge9: 6 Sep – 10 Sep8: 30 Aug- 3 Sep10: 13 Sep 23 SepFINANCIAL FINANCIAL FINANCIALLITERACY LITERACY NEURSHIP ENTREPRENEURSHIP ENTREPRENEURSHIP The effectof CRJ gofcashtransactionsontheAccountingEquation.:Cash inedtransactions inthe CRJ andCPJ.Closingoff of CRJ andCPJ.Effect ofcashtransactionsontheAccountingEquation.CRJ and Disadvantagesand–,andSoletradersPartnershipand PrivateandCompaniesCashPaymentsJournal ofservicebusiness.Formatsand uses al ofservicebusiness.Formats anduses of theColumns.SourcesdocumentsusedConsolidation Effect of the Concepts of quationEnteringtransactionsin advantagesPublic,andComparison of the FourForms of sPublic Characteristics,AdvantagesdisadvantagesThe role of forms ofownershipinsustainable job creationand use of naturalresourcesTheir role in sustainableand job creationGrade 8 itembankResourcesTipsfor(otherthan teacherstextbook) to Lesson plansenhancelearningGrade8item bankTipsforteachersLessonplansGrade8item bankTipsforteachersLessonplansGrade8item bankTipsforteachersLessonplansGrade 8 itembankTipsforteachersLesson plansGrade 8 item Grade 8 item bankbankTips for teachersTipsfor Lesson plansteachersLesson plansGrade 8 item bankTips for teachersLesson plansGrade 8 item bankTips for teachersLesson plansGrade 8 item bankTips for teachersLesson plansResources(other thantextbook) toenhancelearningGrade8item bankTipsforteachersLessonplansGrade8item bankTipsforteachersLessonplansGrade8item bankTipsforteachersLessonplansGrade 8 itembankTipsforteachersLesson plansGrade 8 item Grade 8 item bankbankTips for teachersTipsfor Lesson plansteachersLesson plansGrade 8 item bankTips for teachersLesson plansGrade 8 item bankTips for teachersLesson plansGrade 8 item bankTips for teachersLesson plansInformalassessment;remediation

2021 Annual Teaching Plan TemplateTERM 3 53 1: 13 Jul – 16 2: 19 Jul– 3: 26 Jul – 4: 2 Aug – 5: 10 Aug – 6: 16 Aug – 7: 23 Aug – 27 AugdaysJul23 Jul30 Jul6 Aug13 Aug20 AugSBA(FormalAssessment)Case study / project withrubric/memo8: 30 Aug- 3 Sep9: 6 Sep – 10 Sep10: 13 Sep 23 Sep

2021 Annual Teaching Plan Template2021 Annual Teaching Plan – Term 1: EMS: Grade 8 Term 4Term 447 daysCAPS TopicCoreConcepts,Skills andValuesWeek 105 – 08 October(4 days)Levels andfunctions ofmanagementLevels andfunctions ofmanagementLevels andfunctions ofmanagementDifferent levelsof managementManagementtasks such asPlanning,Organising,Leading andControl (POLC)Grade 8 itembankTips for teachersLesson plansClass tests andInformalAssessment activitiesSBA(FormalAssessment)Week 318 - 22 October(5 days)Week 425 – 29 October(5 days)Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship Entrepreneurship her thantextbook) toenhancelearningWeek 211 – 15 October(5 days)Week 5Week 6Week 7Week 801 – 05 November 08 – 12 November 15 – 19 November 22 - 26 November(5 days)(5 days)(5 days)(5 days)Financial LiteracyRevisionWeek 929 Nov - 03Dec(5 days)Week 1006 - 08 Dec(3 days)RevisionGeneral LedgerGeneral LedgerGeneral Ledgerand Trial BalanceRevisionEnd of the yearExaminationsEnd of thePromotionyearschedulesExaminations and closing.Characteristicsof goodmanagementDouble entryprinciple, Taccounts,Format of theGeneral Ledgerand sectionswithin theGeneral ledger.Openingaccounts in theGeneral Ledger,Posting /recording oftransactions fromCRJ and CPJ of aservice businessto the GeneralLedger.Balancing of theGeneral Ledger,preparing of aTrial Balance of aservice business.Term 1 – 4contentEnd of the yearExaminationsEnd of thePromotionyearschedulesExaminations and closingGrade 8 itembankTips for teachersLesson plansGrade 8 itembankTips for teachersLesson plansGrade 8 itemGrade 8 item bank Grade 8 item bank Grade 8 item bankbankTips for teachers Tips for teachersTips for teachers Lesson plansLesson plansLesson plansClass tests andactivitiesClass tests andactivitiesClass tests andactivitiesClass tests andactivitiesClass tests andactivities Final Controlled Test Minimum of 100marks; Paper 1: Financial Literacy: 50 marks Paper 2: The Economy (25 marks);Entrepreneurship (25 marks)

2021 Annual Teaching Plan Template

2021 Annual Teaching Plan – Term 2: EMS: Grade 8 Term 2 55 days Week 1 13-16 Apr (4) Week 2 19-23 Apr Week 3 26 -30 Apr (4) Week 4 3 – 7 May Week 5 10 – 14 May Week 6 17 -21 May Week 7 24 – 28 May Week 8 31 May – 4 Jun Week 9 7-11 Jun Week 10-11 14-25 Jun CAPS Topic Revision Financial literacy: Overview of the accounting cycle

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