2020 REVISED CURRICULUM AND ASSESSMENT PLANS LANGUAGES GRADE

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2020 REVISED CURRICULUM AND ASSESSMENT PLANS LANGUAGES GRADE 6 Implementation: June 2020

2020 REVISED CURRICULUM AND ASSESSMENT PLANS LANGUAGES GRADE 6 Implementation: June 2020

Presentation Outline 1. Purpose 2. Amendments to the Annual Teaching Plan (ATP) 3. Amendments

Presentation Outline 1. Purpose 2. Amendments to the Annual Teaching Plan (ATP) 3. Amendments School Based Assessment (POA) 4. Conclusion

1. Purpose

1. Purpose

1. Purpose • To mediate the amendments of the trimmed 2020 Annual Teaching Plan

1. Purpose • To mediate the amendments of the trimmed 2020 Annual Teaching Plan including School Based Assessment for Grade 6 HL and FAL for implementation in June 2020 as per DBE Circular S 2 of 2020 • To ensure meaningful teaching • To assist teachers with guided pacing and sequencing of the Curriculum • To assist teachers with effective planning of assessment

2. Amendments to the Annual Teaching Plan (ATP)

2. Amendments to the Annual Teaching Plan (ATP)

Summary: Amendments to the Content Overview for the Phase GRADE 6 Term 2 GRADE

Summary: Amendments to the Content Overview for the Phase GRADE 6 Term 2 GRADE 6 Term 3 GRADE 6 Term 4 REMOVED: dialogue, group discussion, forum discussion, role play, dramatization, interview – Removed across the Terms, Grades and Phases REMOVED: Creative Writing project REMOVED: informal class and group discussion used in examination preparation June Examination removed Oral Task will be done during the Term Paper 2 Reading Comprehension and Language will be written as a test during normal school teaching time. Writing Task removed Removed: Oral presentation based on a project WRITING : Transactional text AND Essay to be written as a Task Oral Task will be done during the Term and become Paper 1. Writing of Essay and Transactional Text (Paper 3) will be written during normal school teaching time. No literature test in the IP in Term 3; instead Reading Comprehension and Language test will be done. Paper 2: Reading Comprehension & Language will be written under examination conditions.

2. Amendments to the ATP • Listening and Speaking - Oral activities that compromise

2. Amendments to the ATP • Listening and Speaking - Oral activities that compromise social distancing have been removed (E. g. debate, interview, dialogue, role-play, etc. ) • Reading and Viewing - Prepared and Unprepared Reading have been reconfigured to comply with the Covid 19 measures. (E. g. wearing of face masks) • Writing and Presenting – Creative Writing Project has been removed as it needs lots of preparation and teaching time. • Language Structures and Conventions are taught in context and based on the text used. Teachers are not expected to cover all the LSC concepts within a given biweekly cycle.

3. Amendments to the Programme of Assessment (Po. A)

3. Amendments to the Programme of Assessment (Po. A)

3. Amended Po. A Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4 TASKS 1

3. Amended Po. A Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4 TASKS 1 - 5 Completed TASK 6 ORAL: (20 Marks) (NOTE: Complete during the course of the Term 2) Listening Comprehension OR (Un)Prepared Speech TASK 8 WRITING (30 MARKS) Transactional text (10 marks) AND Narrative / descriptive essay (20 marks) 5 paragraphs TASK 10 WRITING PAPER 3 [Total 30 Marks] Transactional text (10 marks) AND Narrative / descriptive essay (20 marks) 5 paragraphs (NOTE: Written before the exams) TASK 7 RESPONSE TO TEXTS : (50 Marks) TASK 9 RESPONSE TO TEXTS : (50 Marks) • • Literary / non-literary text (20 marks) Visual text (10 marks) Summary writing (5 marks) Language Structures and Conventions in context (15 marks) TASK 11 ORAL (PAPER 1): [20 Marks] Unprepared OR Prepared Speech (NOTE: Oral comprises of Term 4 Oral mark only; Complete during the course of Term 4) TASK 13 COMPREHENSION (PAPER 2): (50 Marks) (NOTE: Timetabled during Exam) Question 1. - Reading Comprehension: Literary / Non-literary text (20 marks) Question 2. - Visual text (10 marks) Question 3. - Summary (10 marks) Question 4. - Language Structures and Conventions in context (20 marks)

4. Conclusion

4. Conclusion

Conclusion • Grade 6, according to the proposed calendar, will have: 29 days in

Conclusion • Grade 6, according to the proposed calendar, will have: 29 days in Term 2, 37 days in Term 3 38 days in Term 4. • The removal of the identified listening and speaking activities in Terms 2 -4 and the Creative Writing Project in Term 3 correspond with trimming guideline percentage of between 10 -14%.

Contact Details Names: Messrs Blignaut and Nematangari Subjects: Languages – Grades 4 -9 Department

Contact Details Names: Messrs Blignaut and Nematangari Subjects: Languages – Grades 4 -9 Department of Basic Education Tel: 012 357 4157 / 62 Email: blignaut. [email protected] gov. za Nematangari. [email protected] gov. za

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