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2021 Life Orientation Annual Teaching Plan2021 Annual Teaching Plan – Term 1 Life Orientation Grade 10Term 145 daysCAPS TopicWeek 127-29 January(3 days)Development ofthe self in society Identify factorsthat may influenceself-awarenessand self-esteem,including themediaCoreConcepts,Skills andValuesDevelopment ofthe self in society-Acknowledgeand respect theuniqueness ofself and othersand respectdifferencesregarding, e.g.race, gender,individualabilities,personalpreferences Strategies toenhance selfawareness, selfesteem and selfdevelopment:- Develop Demonstrate anstrategies tounderstanding ofbuildthe concepts:confidence inpower, powerself and n,femininity andsuccessfulgender:completion oftasks or- Differencesprojects,between a manparticipation inand a woman:communityreproductionorganisation orand roles in thelife, makingcommunity,good decisionsstereotypicaland affirmationviews of genderof othersroles andresponsibilities,genderdifferences inparticipation inphysicalactivitiesPETRequisitePreKnowledgeWeek 21-5 February(5 days)PETWeek 38-12 February(5 days)Development ofthe self in society-Analyse andevaluate theinfluence ofgender inequalityon relationshipsand general wellbeing: sexualabuse, teenagepregnancy,violence, sexuallytransmittedinfections (STIs),including HIVand AIDSWeek 415-19 February(5 days)Week 522-26 February(5 days)Careers and career Careers and careerchoiceschoices Demonstrateknowledge aboutself in relation toown subjects,career fields andstudy choices:-Identify owninterests,abilities, talentsand strengthsDifferentiatebetween a careerfield, occupation,career and job--Researchrequirements forNational SeniorCertificate (NSC):various subjectsand careeroptions, steps inchoosing anddecision-makingprocess Value ofparticipation inexerciseprogrammes thatpromote fitness:cardiovascularfitness, muscularstrength,endurance andflexibility-Week 61-5 March(5 days)Week 78-12 March(5 days)Week 815-19 March(5 days)Week 923-26 March(4 days)Careers and career Democracy andchoiceshuman rightsDemocracy andhuman rightsDemocracy andhuman rightsWeek 1029-31 March(3 days)Democracy andhuman rights Socio-economic Develop an Importance of the Identify types offactors to considerunderstanding ofBill of Rights anddiscriminatingwhen makingthe followingotherbehaviour andcareer and/orconcepts:Internationalviolations, andstudy choices:- Diversity,Conventions andincidences ofcommunity ability ofand violations ofincluding:behaviour andfinances,human rights- Convention onhuman rightsaffordability,within the contextthe rights of theviolations in SAstereotyping,of race, religion,child,and globallyaccessibility andlanguage,- Committee on thethe impact ofgender,Elimination of Determine theincome tax on finalxenophobia,Discriminationnature and sourcesalary packagehumanagainst Womenof bias, prejudice,trafficking, sexual(CEDAW) anddiscriminating andorientationprotectionoppressingagencies, rules,behaviour, andcodes of conductthe impact ofand lawsthese violations ofhuman rights onindividuals andsociety Contemporaryeventsshowcasingthe nature of atransformingSouth Africa:South Africaninitiatives andcampaignsPETPETRelationshipbetween physicaland mental healthPETPETPETPETPETPETPast a concept definition map, discussion map, for notetaking, summaries, to organize ideas, etc. Internet/Case Studies/Scenarios that are *current and up-to-date*/Newspaper articles/DVD’s/Role Play activities/Presentationsby learners/Video clips, DVDs, PowerPoint Presentations/Guest speakers on a subtopic *as per CAPS content per term*/Power Posters/Stimuli such as picture(s)/ Google classroom/ Kahoot/Social mediaplatforms/Objects/material for demonstrations (to accommodate kinaesthetic learning style)/ Organisations/NGOs Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, Different textbooks, handouts on em/ components of fitness and activities etc.

2021 Life Orientation Annual Teaching PlanTerm 145 daysResources(other thantextbook) toenhancelearningInformalAssessmentWeek 127-29 January(3 days)Week 21-5 February(5 days)Week 38-12 February(5 days)Week 415-19 February(5 days)Week 522-26 February(5 days)Week 61-5 March(5 days)Week 78-12 March(5 days)Week 815-19 March(5 days)Week 923-26 March(4 days)Week 1029-31 March(3 days)Informal 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, informal assessment 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 amount of content has been treated, informal assessment must be given.Past a concept definition map, discussion map, for notetaking, summaries, to organize ideas, etc. Internet/Case Studies/Scenarios that are *current and up-to-date*/Newspaper articles/DVD’s/Role Play activities/Presentationsby learners/Video clips, DVDs, PowerPoint Presentations/Guest speakers on a subtopic *as per CAPS content per term*/Power Posters/Stimuli such as picture(s)/ Google classroom/ Kahoot/Social mediaplatforms/Objects/material for demonstrations (to accommodate kinaesthetic learning style)/ Organisations/NGOs Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, Different textbooks, handouts on em/ components of fitness and activities etc.SOURCE-BASED TASKSBAThe source-based task must be completed independently under controlled conditions.(FormalThe teacher is required to facilitate the process in class time. However, the completion of the task should not be administered as a class test.Assessment)PET

2021 Life Orientation Annual Teaching Plan2021 Annual Teaching Plan – Term 2 Life Orientation Grade 10Term 247 daysCAPS TopicCoreConcepts,Skills andValuesRequisitePreKnowledgeResources(other thantextbook) toenhancelearningInformalAssessmentWeek 113-16 April(4 days)Week 219-23 April(5 days)Week 326-30 April(4 days)Study skillsStudy skillsStudy skills Apply studyskills: ry,organisation andtimemanagement, Apply effectivestudy tingimportantconcepts and Develop andapply criticalthinking, creativeand problemsolving skills PETPET Analyse ownperformance inassessmenttasks: internaland externalassessmentDevelop a studyplan:organisation ofactivities, timemanagement,etc.PETWeek 43-7 May(5 days)Week 510-14 May(5 days)Week 617-21 May(5 days)Week 724-28 May(5 days)Social andSocial ibility- Research social Display anawareness ofissues that impact oncontemporarylocal and globalsocial andcommunities: crime,environmentalviolence, poverty,issues thatsafety and security,impact negativelyunequal access andon local andlack of basic servicesglobaland resources (watercommunities:and health services),- Demonstrateetc.understanding ofthe concepts:- Evaluate the harmfulsocial andeffects of theseenvironmentalissues on personaljusticeand communityhealthSocial andSocial ibility- Purpose and Develop and applycontribution, areas ofsocial, constructivestrength and possibleand critical thinkingimprovementsskills necessary toparticipate in civic life:- Social responsibilities - Report on owncontribution to theseincluding theservices, projects andknowledge and skillsorganisation: a groupto make informedor individual project todecisions and takeaddress aappropriate actioncontemporary social- Youth serviceissue that impactsdevelopment: youthnegatively on localand civicand/or globalorganisations,communitiescommunity servicesor projects andvolunteerismPETPETPETWeek 831 May-4JuneWeek 97-11 JuneWeek 1014-18JuneWeek 1121-25(June)Consolidation of WorkControlled TestPETPast a concept definition map, discussion map, for notetaking, summaries, to organize ideas, etc. Internet/Case Studies/Scenarios that are *current and up-to-date*/Newspaper articles/DVD’s/Role Playactivities/Presentations by learners/Video clips, DVDs, PowerPoint Presentations/Guest speakers on a subtopic *as per CAPS content per term*/Power Posters/Stimuli such as picture(s)/ Google classroom/ Kahoot/Socialmedia platforms/Objects/material for demonstrations (to accommodate kinaesthetic learning style)/ Organisations/NGOs Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, Different textbooks, handouts on em/ components of fitness and activities etc.Informal 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.Informal 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:SBACONTROLLED TEST(FormalAssessment) No assessment for PET

2021 Life Orientation Annual Teaching Plan2021 Annual Teaching Plan – Term 3 Life Orientation Grade 10Term 348 daysCAPS TopicWeek 113-16 July(4 days)Week 219-23 July(5 days)Week 326-30 July(5 days)Week 42-6 August(5 days)Week 510-13 August(4 days)Week 616-20 August(5 days)Week 723-27 August(5 days)Development ofthe self in societyDevelopment of theself in societyDevelopment of theself in societyDevelopment of theself in societyDevelopment of theself in societyDevelopment of theself in societyCareers and careerchoices Diversity in jobs:- Social changesContinue Explain changes FormulateInrelationshipsassociated withstrategies to assist Apply effectivewith family, socialdevelopment:in makingstrategies to assistgroups,adolescence toresponsiblein makingNeed foradulthooddecisions:responsibleacceptance byAs student, as: - Physical changes:Regardingdecisions:peer groupmember of arapid physicalsexuality and lifePractice andfamily,- Hormonal ,styledemonstrate thefriend,increased growth Discuss benefitsfollowing problemPartner,rate, secondaryof positiveIdentify behavioursolving thinkingemployee,sex/ gendercoping strategies that could lead toskills as a practicalemployer,characteristics ,that wouldsexual intercourse, class activity:leader and- Primary changesenhance longteenage- Identify and clarifyfollower, etc.in the body :term resiliencepregnancy, sexualemotions behindDetermine the - (Menstruation,and wellbeingabuse, and rape.actionschangingovulation) growthValues such as- Evaluate: didnature ofand maturing ofrespect for self and actions meet theresponsibilitiesgenital organs,others ,abstinence,goal?inherent inskin problems,self-control, right to- Reflect on andeach roleincrease in bodyprivacy, right toshow what wasodour, etc.protect oneself,learnt from pastHowright to say “No”experiencesawareness and - Emotionaland takingunderstandingchanges:responsibility for- Brainstormof roles canown actions.differentcreate a moreMaturing personalityapproaches orfulfilling andsolutionsmeaningful life - Depth ofDemonstrate skills- Explore possibleemotions becomesuch as selfmore intense,awareness , critical consequences- Select andmoodthinking, decisionmotivate the bestswings, feelings ofmaking, ,problemalternativeinsecurity,solving,changing needs inassertivenessbelief , values andnegotiationssexual interestcommunication inrelation tosexuality and lifestyle choices Identify andanalyse liferoles andresponsibilitiesCoreConcepts,Skills andValues- Respect fordiversity: e.g.race gender,sexualorientationlesbian, gay,bisexual,transgender,queer andintersex(LGBTQI)Where to findhelp regardingsexuality andlifestylechoices:- Economicsectors: primary(raw materials),secondary(finishedproducts orgoods) andtertiary(infrastructureand providingservices)Week 830 August –3 September(5 days)Careers andcareer choicesWeek 1013-17SeptemberWeek 1120-23Careers andcareer choicesConsolidation ofwork Opportunities Profitable usewithinof time, how todifferentuse talents incareer fieldsworking andincludingcareerwork inopportunities,recreation,enjoyment andActivitiesfitness andtransfer ofinvolved in eachsportskills to otherjob: designing,industries:relatedassembling andindustriesgrowingResearchSkills andskills, salarycompetenciespackage,promotionand furtherstudyprospects--Work settings:workplaceenvironment andconditions;indoors andoutdoorsWeek 96-10September(5 days)Careers andcareer choices

2021 Life Orientation Annual Teaching PlanTerm 3Week 1Week 248 days13-16 July19-23 July(4 days)(5 days)PETPETWeek 326-30 July(5 days)PETWeek 42-6 August(5 days)PETWeek 510-13 August(4 days)PETWeek 616-20 August(5 days)PETWeek 723-27 August(5 days)PETWeek 830 August –3 September(5 days)PETWeek 96-10September(5 days)PETWeek 1013-17SeptemberWeek 1120-23PETPast a concept definition map, discussion map, for notetaking, summaries, to organize ideas, etc. Internet/Case Studies/Scenarios that are *current and up-to-date*/Newspaper articles/DVD’s/Role Play activities/Presentations byRequisite Pre- learners/Video clips, DVDs, PowerPoint Presentations/Guest speakers on a subtopic *as per CAPS content per term*/Power Posters/Stimuli such as picture(s)/ Google classroom/ Kahoot/Social media platforms/Objects/material forKnowledgedemonstrations (to accommodate kinaesthetic learning style)/ Organisations/NGOs Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, Different textbooks, handouts on eem/ componentsof fitness and activities etc.Informal assessment:A minimum of one informal task should be given per week.ResourcesAn informal task should cover the various cognitive levels.(other thanTypes of informal tasks could include the following:textbook) toVarious 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, practicalenhancedemonstrations, etc. Both written and practical demonstrations are considered.learningAfter a reasonable amount of content has been treated, informal assessment 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 amount of content has been treated, informal assessment must be given.Past a concept definition map, discussion map, for notetaking, summaries, to organize ideas, etc. Internet/Case Studies/Scenarios that are *current and up-to-date*/Newspaper articles/DVD’s/Role Play activities/Presentations bylearners/Video clips, DVDs, PowerPoint Presentations/Guest speakers on a subtopic *as per CAPS content per term*/Power Posters/Stimuli such as picture(s)/ Google classroom/ Kahoot/Social media platforms/Objects/material forInformalAssessment demonstrations (to accommodate kinaesthetic learning style)/ Organisations/NGOs Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, Different textbooks, handouts on eem/ componentsof fitness and activities etc.SBA(FormalAssessment)ProjectLearners will spend time outside of contact time to collect resources and information.The completion of the task should be facilitated by the teacher in class time.PET

2021 Life Orientation Annual Teaching Plan2021 Annual Teaching Plan – Term 4 Life Orientation Grade 10Week 15-8 October(4 days)Term 447 daysCAPS TopicCoreConcepts,Skills andValuesWeek 211-15 October(5 days)Careers andCareers andcareer choices career choices Awarenessof trendsanddemands inthe jobmarket:emergingdemands orchangingpatterns ofcareers andscarceskills, andthe jobmarket-Reading themarket fortrendsregardingjobs andidentifyingniches- Growth anddecline ofvariousoccupations andfields of workandcompetencieslinked to thesejobs--South AfricanQualificationsAuthority(SAQA) andthe NationalQualificationsFramework(NQF) andRecognition ofPrior Learning(RPL)Week 318-22 October(5 days)Week 425-29 October(5 days)Careers and careerchoicesDemocracy andhuman rights The need forlifelong learning:ability to change,re-train, flexibilityand ongoingdevelopment ofthe self Different kinds oflearning: formal,informal and nonformal-Living in a multireligious society:understandingethical teachingsand/ or religiouslaws of majorreligions in SouthAfricaMajor Religions:African TraditionalReligions, Baha’iFaith, Buddhism,Christianity,Hinduism, Islam,and JudaismWeek 51-5 November(5 days)Week 68-12 November(5 days)Week 715-19 November(5 days)Week 822-26 November(5 days)Week 929 November – 3December(5 days)Week 106-8 December(3 days)EXAMINATIONSIndigenous belief systems inSouth Africa: origins and practices- --Coverage of sport and ways toredress biases:Gender, race and stereotypingmatters within sporting codesUnfair, corrupt and illegalpractices: drug-taking, matchfixing, subjective umpiring andmaladministration in sportAnalysis and criticalevaluation of sport coverageMARKS PER TERMTERMASSESSMENT TASK1RECORDINGREPORTINGSource-based task90100PET102Controlled test1001003Project90100PET10Final exams100100400100-4TOTAL

2021 Life Orientation Annual Teaching PlanTerm 447 daysWeek 15-8 October(4 days)Week 211-15 October(5 days)Week 318-22 October(5 days)Week 425-29 October(5 days)Week 51-5 November(5 days)Week 68-12 November(5 days)Week 715-19 November(5 days)Week 822-26 November(5 days)Week 929 November – 3December(5 days)Week 106-8 December(3 days)Section A: 20 marksSection B: 40 marksSection C: 40 marksAll questions areCOMPULSORYAll questions areCOMPULSORYLearners will answer TWO 20 markquestions out of THREE A short source may beused to contextualisesomeofthequestions The questions havetoincludeacombinationofTHREE or more typesof questions from thelist below:o Multiple choiceo One-word responses(list, state, provide,give)o Definitionso Short explanations(why, how, describe,explain discuss) Questions should testunderstanding andfactual knowledgeResponses should beshort, directMark allocation forthe questions shouldrange between 1 – 2markLearners will answerQuestions will predominantly focus on theTWO 20 mark questions. application of knowledge and skillsShort open-endedquestions could be: Ashorttext/diagram/o Scenario baseddata/graphs/cartoonscanbeo Source-basedprovided as a stimuluso Case study Questions will predominantly focuso Cartoonson the application of knowledge ando Illustrationskillso Graphs Learners will be required to:Questions should beo Explain/examine/knowledge- based, fromanalyse/evaluate/critically discuss ainformation learners havetopic.acquired from the Lifeo Make decisions and give adviceOrientation content in theo Provide recommendationsFET band.o Make conclusions.o Solve problemsLearners should display,present and apply Learners should provide responsesknowledge and skillsthrough extended writing ofgained from the Lifedescriptive paragraphs or shortOrientation content.essays.Definition of key concepts Job market, trends and demands, globalisation, scarce skills, niche job, SETA’s, SAQA, NQF, RPL, Lifelong learning, formal-, informal-, non-formal, learning, retrain, ethical, monotheistic, sect,indigenous, Redress, bias, stereotyping, match-fixing

self in relation to own subjects, career fields and study choices: Research - Identify own and strengths - Differentiate between a career field, occupation, career and job - requirements for National Senior Certificate (NSC): various subjects and career options, steps in choosing and decision-making process Socio-economic factors to consider