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2021 Annual Teaching Plan Template2021 Annual Teaching Plan – Term 1: SOCIAL SCIENCES (GEOGRAPHY): Grade 4Term 145 daysWeek 1Week 2Week 3Week 4CAPS TopicContent andconceptsSkills andValuesSkills andvalues(CAPS P.14)Resources(other thantextbook) sment)Orientation of learnersto Grade 4:Welcome learners toGrade 4 Geography/Social Sciences subject.Explain the programmeof assessment (formaland informal).Manage the transitionfrom Foundation Phaseto the IntermediatePhaseRead and use sourcesin order to assimilateinformation.Use information todescribe, explain andanswer questions aboutplacesPeople and placesPeople and placesPeople and placesPlaces to live in:- farm,- village,- town,- city.Work:- jobs people do indifferent places- Buildings indifferent places andtheir usesBuildings such ashouses, animal shelters,shops, schools, clinics,banks, offices, places ofworship, factories,garages and trainstationsRoads and footpaths –how they are usedwithin settlements )Read and use sourcesIdentify and extractRead and use sourcesin order to assimilateinformation from visualin order to assimilateinformation.sources such as maps.information.Use information toProvide reasonedIdentify and extractdescribe, explain andexplanations.information from visualanswer questions about Cross-referencesources such as mapsplacesinformation usingUse and draw mapsdifferent sourcesProvide reasonedexplanationsCollections of pictures and photographs to show different kinds of settlements and settlement featuresDrawings or field sketches that show directionsStories about the lives of people in different settlementsCommunity members who have stories to tellOral assessment –simple question andanswers.Learners should beable to follow simpleinstructions.Oral assessment –simple question andanswers.Learners should beable to follow simpleinstructions, such aswriting on their books,reading from theirbooks, etc.Test: Source-based and paragraph writingMarks: 25Homework/Classwork/Worksheet.Informal assessmentshould be sourcebasedLearners should beable to follow simpleinstructions, such asidentifying differenttypes of buildingsWeek 5Week 6Places where people live(Settlements)Landmarks andLandmarks andexplaining the wayexplaining the wayWeek 7Week 8People and theirneedsPeople and theirneedsIdentifying landmarks –natural and humanmade andDescribing and drawinga short journey – suchas the way to schoolExplaining how to getfrom one place toanother –- left,- right,- straight,- landmarks and- names of roads.What all people need:- Water- food,- shelter,What all people need:- health care,- energyUse and draw maps.Provide reasonedexplanationsUse and draw maps.Identify and extractinformation from visualsources such as mapsProvide reasonedexplanationsProvide reasonedexplanationsIdentify and extractinformation from visualsources such asphotographsWrite in a structuredway - writing coherentsentences.Provide reasonedexplanationsIdentify and extractinformation from visualsources such asphotographsWrite in a structuredway - writing coherentsentences.Provide nformal assessmentshould be sourcebasedLearners should beable to give direction,using concepts: left,right, etc.Homework/Classwork/Worksheet.Informal assessmentshould be sourcebasedWeek 9Revision mal assessmentshould be sourcebasedWeek 10Formal assessmentTest: Source-basedand paragraphwriting

2021 Annual Teaching Plan Template2021 Annual Teaching Plan – Term 2: SOCIAL SCIENCES (GEOGRAPHY): Grade 4Term 251 daysWeek 1Week 2Week 3Week 4Skills andvalues(CAPS P.14)Resources(other thantextbook) sment)Week 6Week 7Week 8Week 9Week 10Map skillsCAPS TopicContent andconceptsSkills andValuesWeek 5Revision of Term 1assessmentCorrectionsIntroduction to the topic:Maps skills: Sideviews and plan viewsside views and viewsfrom above – such as acup, hat, shoe, box,applePlan views – such astable, classroom, simplebuildings, trees andsports fieldsPictures showing sideviews and plan viewsRead and use sourcesin order to assimilateinformation.Use information todescribe, explain andanswer questions aboutplacesSymbols and keysSymbols as simplepictures or lettersSymbols on a largescale mapKeys as lists of symbolswith their meanings onSouth African mapsSymbols and keysReading a map of afarm, village or parttown using symbols anda keysDrawing own map usingsymbols and a keyRead and use sourcesin order to assimilateinformation.Use information todescribe, explain andanswer questions aboutplacesIdentify and extractinformation from visualsources such as maps.Provide reasonedexplanations.Cross-referenceinformation usingdifferent sourcesGrid referencesConcept of alphanumeric grid referencesReading and giving gridreferences on a simplelarge scale mapCompass Directionsnorth (N), south (S),east (E) and west (W) inlocal area--Compass directions(N, S, E and W) on amapRead and use sourcesin order to assimilateinformation.Identify and extractinformation from visualsources such as mapsUse and draw mapsProvide reasonedexplanationsA map of South AfricaSea and land on a map– how this is shownNames of oceans alongSouth Africa’s coastlineProvinces – names andlocations on a map ofSouth AfricaMain cities or towns ofown province andlocation of ownsettlementA globe and map ofthe worldThe world is round likea ball, a map is flatContinents - theirnames and where theyare on a globe and on amap of the worldA globe and map ofthe worldOceans – Pacific,Atlantic, IndianSouth Africa – a countryon the continent ofAfrica (location)Use and draw maps.Provide reasonedexplanationsIdentify and extractinformation from visualsources such asphotographsUse and draw maps.Identify and extractinformation from visualsources such as mapsIdentify and extractinformation from visualsources such asphotographsWrite in a structuredway - writing coherentsentences.Provide reasonedexplanationsIdentify and extractinformation from visualsources such asphotographsWrite in a structuredway - writing coherentsentences.Provide reasonedexplanationsRevision andconsolidationControlled test: Sourcebased and paragraphwritingObjects and pictures to show side and plan viewsBlank maps: world (continents) South Africa (with provinces)Map of South Africa (political)Globe (model of the world)World map (flat wall map)Map puzzles (where possible)Oral assessment –simple question andanswers.Learners should be ableto follow simpleinstructions.Oral assessment –simple question andanswers.Learners should be ableto follow simpleinstructions, such aswriting on their books,reading from theirbooks, etc.Controlled test: Source-based and paragraph writingTerm 1 content: 10 marksTerm 2 content: 15 marksTotal marks: 25Homework/ Classwork/Worksheet.Informal assessmentshould be source-basedHomework/ Classwork/Worksheet.Informal assessmentshould be source-basedHomework/ Classwork/Worksheet.Informal assessmentshould be source-basedSummativeassessmentHomework/ Classwork/Worksheet.Informal assessmentshould be source-based

2021 Annual Teaching Plan Template2021 Annual Teaching Plan – Term 3: SOCIAL SCIENCES (GEOGRAPHY): Grade 4Term 352 daysWeek 1Week 2Week 3Week 4Week 5Week 6Week 7Week 8Content andconceptsSkills andValuesRevision of Term 2assessmentCorrectionsIntroduction to the topic:Food and farming inSouth AfricaPeople and foodFood people eat – fromplants and animals(classifying)People and foodWays people get theirfood – buying, growing,collecting, fishing,huntingWays of farmingFarming for self andfamily (subsistencefarming)Ways of farmingFarming crops andanimals to sell(commercial farming)Growing food in townsand citiesCrop and stockfarmingCrop farming –important crops ofSouth AfricaCase study of fruitfarming in South AfricaStock farming – largestock, small stock andcrop farmingCrop and stockfarmingCase study of stockfarming in South AfricaLocation of main cropand stock farming areasin South Africa (symbolson a map)Unprocessed andprocessed foodsConcepts ofunprocessed andprocessed foods – withexamplesUnprocessed andprocessed foodsHow and why foods areprocessed – includingcooking, drying,squeezing, cutting andmixingUnprocessed andprocessed foodsFrom farm to factory toshop to home: wheatfields to bread tosandwich (flow diagram)Skills andvalues(CAPS P.14)Read and use sourcesin order to assimilateinformation.Use information todescribe, explain andanswer questions aboutplacesRead and use sourcesin order to assimilateinformation.Use information todescribe, explain andanswer questions aboutplacesIdentify and extractinformation from visualsources such as maps.Provide reasonedexplanations.Cross-referenceinformation usingdifferent sourcesRead and use sourcesin order to assimilateinformation.Identify and extractinformation from visualsources such as mapsUse and draw mapsProvide reasonedexplanationsProvide reasonedexplanationsIdentify and extractinformation from visualsources such asphotographsIdentify and extractinformation from visualsources such as mapsIdentify and extractinformation from visualsources such asphotographsWrite in a structuredway - writing coherentsentences.Provide reasonedexplanationsIdentify and extractinformation from visualsources such asphotographsWrite in a structuredway - writing coherentsentences.Provide sessment)Week 10Food and farming in South AfricaCAPS TopicResources(other thantextbook) toenhancelearningWeek 9Revision andconsolidationControlled test:Source-based andparagraph writingPictures of different crops, animals and types of food that people eatExamples of foods – processed and unprocessedPhotographs of people working on farmsFlow diagrams with pictures to show food production processesMap of South Africa with provincesOral assessment –simple question andanswers.Learners should be ableto follow simpleinstructions.Oral assessment –simple question andanswers.Learners should be ableto follow simpleinstructions, such aswriting on their books,reading from theirbooks, etc.Controlled test:Source-based and paragraph writing25 MarksHomework/ Classwork/Worksheet.Informal assessmentshould be source-basedHomework/ Classwork/Worksheet.Informal assessmentshould be source-basedHomework/ Classwork/Worksheet.Informal assessmentshould be source-basedFormal assessmentHomework/ Classwork/Worksheet.Informal assessmentshould be source-based

2021 Annual Teaching Plan Template2021 Annual Teaching Plan – Term 4: SOCIAL SCIENCES (GEOGRAPHY): Grade 4Term 447 daysWeek 1Week 2Week 3Week 4Skills and values(CAPS P.14)Resources (otherthan textbook) toenhance k 6Week 7Week 8Week 9Week 10Water in South AfricaCAPS TopicContent andconcepts Skills andValuesWeek 5Revision of Term 3assessmentCorrectionsIntroduction to the topic:Water in South AfricaUses of waterDaily uses in personallivesUses of waterOther uses – such asfarming, factories,mines, electricitygeneration, gardensand recreationWater as a resourceSalt water and freshwater on earthThe natural water cycle:from sea to land andback to seaFresh water in nature:rain, rivers, streams,wetlands, lakes andundergroundWater as a resourceStoring water:Why people need tostore waterWays of storing water –such as in dams, watertanks, buckets and potsHow people get theirwaterRivers, streams andsprings – peoplecollecting and carryingwater directly fromnatural sourcesBoreholes and wells –getting water fromundergroundHow people get theirwaterTrucks with watercontainers for placesthat do not have othersourcesTaps – water travelsalong pipes from bigdams to purificationplants, reservoirs andfinally to taps incommunities, homesand other buildingsPollution andwastewaterPersonal, dailypractices that pollutewaterFactory and farmingwastePollution andwastewaterWastewater andsewage recyclingThe water use cycle:how water, taken fromthe natural cycle, isused and returned tothe seaRead and use sourcesin order to assimilateinformation.Use information todescribe, explain andanswer questions aboutplacesRead and use sourcesin order to assimilateinformation.Use information todescribe, explain andanswer questions aboutplacesProvide reasonedexplanations.Cross-referenceinformation usingdifferent sourcesRead and use sourcesin order to assimilateinformation.Identify and extractinformation from visualsources such as mapsProvide reasonedexplanationsIdentify and extractinformation from visualsources such asphotographsProvide reasonedexplanationsIdentify and extractinformation from visualsources such asphotographsWrite in a structuredway - writing coherentsentences.Provide reasonedexplanationsIdentify and extractinformation from visualsources such asphotographsWrite in a structuredway - writing coherentsentences.Provide reasonedexplanationsRevision andconsolidationPictures to illustrate sources of fresh waterIllustrated flow charts of the natural water cycle and cycles of water useStories of people collecting water/ keeping water clean/polluting water/ using water wiselyOral assessment –simple question andanswers.Learners should be ableto follow simpleinstructions.Controlled test:Term 3 content: 10 marksTerm 4 content: 15 marksTotal marks: 25Oral assessment –simple question andanswers.Learners should be ableto follow simpleinstructions, such aswriting on their books,reading from theirbooks, etc.Homework/ Classwork/Worksheet.Informal assessmentshould be source-basedHomework/ Classwork/Worksheet.Informal assessmentshould be source-basedHomework/ Classwork/Worksheet.Informal assessmentshould be source-basedHomework/ Classwork/Worksheet.Informal assessmentshould be source-basedFormal assessmentControlled test:

2021 Annual Teaching Plan Template2021 Annual Teaching Plan – Term 1: SOCIAL SCIENCES (HISTORY): Grade 4Term 145 daysWeek 1(3 days)Week 2Week 3Week 4Week 5Week 6Week 7Week 8Week 9Week 10CAPS Topic: Local HistoryOrientation of learners toGrade 4:Welcome learners to Grade 4History/Social Sciencessubject.Content andconcepts Skillsand ValuesRevision of Grade 3Study area: BKPSWContent: How people livedlong agoStories and experience ofolder family and communitymembers (including food,clothes and transport)Objects used by older familyand community members(tools, toys and cookingutensils)How people lived then andnowIdentify and extractinformation from visualsources such as photographs.Extract and interpretinformation people as sourcesChange and continuityExplain the importanceof taking care of thetextbooks.Discuss the class rulesExplain the programmeof assessment (formaland informal).Introduce the topic:Local HistoryIdentify and extractinformation from visualsources such asphotographs, paintingsand drawings, etc.Identify and extract andinterpret informationfrom written andphysical sources suchas people, documents,letters, newspapers,oraltestimonies/interviews,objects from the past,buildings, furniture, etc.Identify, extract andinterpret informationfrom visual sourcessuch as photographs,plans, maps,documents, records,and lettersIdentify and extract andinterpret informationfrom written andphysical sources suchas people, documents,letters, newspapers,oraltestimonies/interviews,objects from the past,buildings, furniture, etc.Provide reasonedexplanationsProvide reasonedexplanationsProvide reasonedexplanationsLocal libraryInternet (if possible)ExcursionsPeopleAudio-visual materialsLocal libraryInternet (optional)ExcursionsPeopleAudio-visual materialsLocal libraryInternet (optional)ExcursionsPeopleAudio-visual materialsLocal libraryInternet (optional)ExcursionsPeopleAudio-visual materialsOral assessment –simple question andanswers.Homework/ Classwork/Worksheet.Informal assessment toserve as a baselineassessmentHomework/ Classwork/Worksheet.Informal assessmentshould be source-basedHomework/ Classwork/Worksheet.Informal assessmentshould be source-basedHomework/ Classwork/Worksheet.Informal assessmentshould be source-basedChange and continuity(CAPS P.14)Resources (otherthan textbook) toenhancelearningSBA(FormalAssessment)How we find out about the present in a localarea Information from pictures Information from writing Information from stories and from interviews withpeople Information from objectsHow we find out about the history of a localarea Information from pictures Information from written sources Information from stories and from interviewswith people Information from objectsExplain what will belearned in this topic – abrief outline of the topic.Skills and valuesInformalAssessmentFinding a variety of kinds of information about thehistory of a local areaOral assessment –simple question andanswers.Learners should be ableto follow simpleinstructions, such aswriting on their books,reading from theirbooks, etc.ProjectThe project should assess the topic: Local History25 Marks Learners areexplained how todo a project Explanation onthe different stepsto be followed incollating aproject. Learners startwith the project.Identify, extract andinterpret relevantinformation fromwritten, physical, oraland written sourcessuch as people,documents,photographs,buildings objects, etc.Write in a structuredway - writing coherentsentences/paragraphProvide reasonedexplanationsLocal libraryInternet (optional)ExcursionsPeopleAudio-visual materialsHomework/Classwork/Worksheet.Informal assessmentshould be sourcebasedLearners findinformation andbring to the class,organise, classify,and make notesLearners continuewith the project.Revision andconsolidation Submission of theHistory ProjectIdentify, gather andorganise informationfrom various sources,Write in a structuredway - writing coherentsentences.Provide reasonedexplanationsLocal libraryInternet (optional)ExcursionsPeopleAudio-visual materialsHomework/ Classwork/Worksheet.Informal assessmentshould be source-basedFormal assessmentProject: Assessmentand feedback25 Marks

2021 Annual Teaching Plan Template2021 Annual Teaching Plan – Term 2: SOCIAL SCIENCES (HISTORY): Grade 4Term 251 daysWeek 1Week 2Week 3Week 4Week 5Week 6Week 7Week 8Week 9Week 10Revision andconsolidationFormal assessmentControlled testCAPS Topic: Learning from leadersRevision on thetopic: Local historyFeedback on Term 1assessmentContent andconcepts Skillsand ValuesSkills and values(CAPS P.14)Identify and extractinformation from visualsources such asphotographs.Extract and interpretinformation people assourcesIntroduce the topic: Learningfrom leadersFocus: The qualities of goodleaders using the life stories ofNelson Mandela and MahatmaGandhi as examples.A good leader listens to people; is a servant of the people andworks for the good of others; works with a team; has courage; is brave; is dedicated and iswholeheartedly committed tohis or her beliefs; is dedicated and iswholeheartedly committed toothers; and is prepared to sacrifice orgive up something for thesake of othersIdentify and extract and interpretinformation from written andphysical sources such as people,documents, letters, newspapers,magazines, oraltestimonies/interviewsLife story of Nelson Mandela:Life Story of MAHATMA GANDHI:Guiding questions:Guiding questions: Why is he an example of a good leader?Is it always easy to be a good leader?Are leaders always popular?Are leaders always perfect?How can ordinary people follow the example of good leaders? 25 MarksWhy is he an example of a good leader?Is it always easy to be a good leader?Are leaders always popular?Are leaders always perfect?How can ordinary people follow the example of good leaders?Identify and extract and interpret information from written and physical sourcessuch as people, documents, letters, newspapers, magazines, oraltestimonies/interviewsIdentify and extract and interpret information from written and physical sourcessuch as people, documents, letters, newspapers, magazines, oraltestimonies/interviews,Provide reasoned explanationsTime and chronology Cause and effect Change and continuity Multiperspective app

2021 Annual Teaching Plan – Term 1: SOCIAL SCIENCES (GEOGRAPHY): Grade 4 Term 1 45 days Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 CAPS Topic Places where people live (Settlements) Content and concepts Skills and Values - Orientation of learners to Grade 4: Welcome learners to Grade 4 Geography/ Social Sciences .

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