IEB Life Orientation Grade 12 Design and Make Task

IEB Life Orientation Grade 12 Design and Make Task

For South African IEB Grade 12 Life Orientation Design and Make Task - Adapting to Change; dealing with stress; thinking skills. Use as a portfolio task for School Based Assessment. Incorporates Edward de Bono's Six Thinking Hats and Gardner's Multiple Intelligences
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IEB Physical Education Task Grade 12

IEB Physical Education Task Grade 12

For South African IEB Physical Education Task Grade 12. A logbook, self-study guide and research task for the Physical Education Task. Requires the use of Focus Life Orientation, Learner's Book, Grade 12 but can be adapted for other prescribed textbooks.
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IEB Historical Investigation

IEB Historical Investigation

A PowerPoint which I use to introduce the Investigation at the beginning of Grade 12 for South Africa IEB students. Gives guidelines on how to structure the investigation and explains how source material should be selected and described.
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What is History?

What is History?

Introduce History concepts and skills Using source material; chronology and other skills
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The Scramble for Africa

The Scramble for Africa

KS 3 - 17 page unit suitable for projection or printing; a general overview which introduces the topic, contains a few tasks which reinforce history and study skills; also - a thought provoking task which requires students to investigate their origins as newcomers in either the recent or distant past. Accompanying PowerPoint presentation reinforces important concepts. Reasons for the Scramble for Africa The process of partitioning Africa Responses to colonisation Results of the Scramble for Africa International Curriculum for Africa Year / Grade 8 Case Study - Cote d'Ivoire
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Rivers

Rivers

KS3 - A 16 page unit which I use to teach the topic - includes internet links which I use. Suitable for English-speaking students in sub-Saharan Africa. The topic is supplemented with original material with an African focus - information, tasks and suggested answers. Recommended for International Curriculum for Africa and lays the foundation for further study in Geography, e.g. CIE examinations. Includes a PowerPoint presentation which illustrates the Zambezi River from source to delta. The water cycle River facts River systems River floods Famous rivers – the Thames and the Zambezi Link with “Exploring the River Nile” (also available on TES Resources)
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The Cold War

The Cold War

KS 3 - Yr /Grade 9 A 34 page unit which introduces students to the Cold War - enough detail to give an overview for students not planning to specialise in History. Contains information, worksheets, suggested internet links which I use for the topic; assessment tasks - informal, formal and Depth Study on Hiroshima and Nagasaki; suggested answers and a simple Glossary. The partition of Berlin and Germany Hiroshima and Nagasaki The Wall, wars and a missile crisis The Cold War in Angola and Namibia
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Africa in the 21st century

Africa in the 21st century

KS 3-4 A resource which examines how events in Africa affect the rest of the world (or are ignored by the rest of the world). Contains information, tasks, suggested answers, mark schemes and examples. Introduces students to CIE requirements for extended writing; History essay writing skills. Includes PowerPoint slides needed for the tasks and links to websites I use in teaching - suitable for Year/Grades 9-11. The Arab Spring and the consequences for Syria Islamic extremists in Africa The Central African Republic The Democratic Republic of Congo Ebola in West Africa
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The United Nations and the African Union

The United Nations and the African Union

KS3/ 9 A 14 page unit which introduces students to the importance and work of the UN and AU. Includes a section on the role of peacekeepers. Includes assessment tasks with suggested answers. Can be printed or projected. In one task, students use written and video resources (internet links supplied) to make their own study notes. - gain an understanding of the roles, objectives and organs of the two organisations - know what the role of peacekeepers should be - assess the effectiveness of their contributions in specific situations - use evidence to support the conclusions reached
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Turning points in South African history - apartheid

Turning points in South African history - apartheid

KS3/Gr9 - A unit of work which can be printed and/or projected. Includes simple tasks, a poster task, an investigation into forced removals and a coursework task based on Nelson Mandela and F W de Klerk. (with marking guidelines and suggested answers) The introduction of apartheid The Freedom Charter The Sharpeville Massacre The Soweto Riots The 1994 elections The role of Nelson Mandela and F W de Klerk
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The Slave Trade

The Slave Trade

KS 3 - A 34 page unit of work containing information, tasks and suggested answers. Slavery Slave life on a plantation Slavery at the Cape of Good Hope Consequences of the slave trade The foundation of Sierra Leone and Liberia International Curriculum for Africa
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What is History?

What is History?

KS 3: An introduction to History for Year 7 students, includes Why we study History and types of source material. Primary and secondary sources International Curriculum for Africa
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What is History 3 - Skills

What is History 3 - Skills

KS 3 - A 9 page unit of work for Year 9 students. How people view and record the past; selection activity; students apply what they have learned by doing a task based on the concentration camps of the South African War / Anglo-Boer War - The war that should never have happened! International Curriculum for Africa Year 9
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What is History?  2 - Time

What is History? 2 - Time

KS 3 - A 5 page worksheet with information about chronology in history; True / false activity based on the history of time measurement. International Curriculum for Africa Year 8
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The Holocaust and Genocide in Africa

The Holocaust and Genocide in Africa

KS3: Year / Grade 9. A 16 page unit of work with background information and tasks, including an internet source based task, which I use to assess performance whilst studying this topic. It can be printed and projected and is most useful for students who have internet access. It also describes genocide in Namibia and Rwanda in an effort to make students aware of the ongoing nature of this type of violence. It contains links to websites which my students have found useful and interesting.
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