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FET SUBJECT ORIENTATION. Western Cape Education Department PROVINCIAL AND EMDC WORKSHOPS. OUTCOMES Educators will demonstrate: an understanding of the generic design features of the NCS. an understanding of the alignment between GET and FET.

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FETSUBJECT ORIENTATION

Western Cape Education Department

PROVINCIAL AND EMDC WORKSHOPS


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  • OUTCOMES

  • Educators will demonstrate:

  • an understanding of the generic design features of the NCS.

  • an understanding of the alignment between GET and FET.

  • an understanding of the impact of that the principles of the NCS will have on the teaching, learning and assessment of Geography.

  • an understanding of the outcomes for Geography.

  • the ability to identify the learning needs in terms of new content/skills and ICT for Geography.


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PRINCIPLES AND VALUES UNDERPINNING THE NCS

  • Social transformation

  • Outcomes-based education

  • High knowledge and high skills

  • Integration and applied competence

  • Progression

  • Articulation and portability

  • Human rights, inclusivity, environmental and social justice

  • Valuing indigenous knowledge systems

  • Credibility, quality and efficiency


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Critical Outcomes

Key outcomes inspired by the Constitution. Includes core life values for learner.

Learning Field

A category that serves as a home for cognate subjects.

Subject

Defined as a specific body of knowledge and learning outcomes.

Learning Outcomes

A statement of intended result of learning and teaching

Assessment

standards

Are criteria that collectively describe what a learner should know and be able to demonstrate at a specific grade.

DESIGN FEATURES OF THE NCS


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LEARNING FIELDS

  • Languages

  • Arts and Culture

  • Business, Commerce and Management Studies, and Services

  • Manufacturing, Engineering and Technology

  • Human and Social Studies and Languages

  • Physical, Mathematical, Computer, Life, and Agricultural Sciences





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FURTHER EDUCATION AND TRAININGGrades 10-12 (General)National Curriculum Statement

GEOGRAPHY




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UNDERSTANDING THE SUBJECT STATEMENT

  • Definition

  • Purpose

  • Scope

  • Eucational and Career Links


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Definition

PHYSICAL

PROCESSES PHYSICAL

PROCESSES

TIME

PROCESSES

- PHYSICAL

- HUMAN

SPATIAL

PATTERNS

SPACE


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PURPOSE

Recognise how values and attitudes influence and affect the environment

To explain processes and spatial patterns

Think more critically and creatively what it means to live sustainably

Make well informed judgements

Apply a range of geographical skills and techniques to issues in a rapidly changing world

Make well informed judgements about changing environments and contexts


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SCOPE

LO 1

KNOWLEDGE AND

UNDERSTANDING

ASS

LO 2

SKILLS AND TECHNIQUES

CONTENT AND

CONTEXT

ASS

LO 3:

APPLICATION OF KNOWLEDGE,

SKILLS AND TECHNIQUES

ON PRACTICAL ISSUES AND

CHALLENGES

ASS


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LEARNING OUTCOMES

GEOGRAPHICAL

SKILLS AND

TECHNIQUES

KNOWLEDGE AND

UNDERSTANDING

LO 1

LO 2

THE APPLICATION OF KNOWLEDGE,

UNDERSTANDING

SKILLS ON PRACTICAL ISSUES AND

CHALLENGES

LO 3


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LEARNING OUTCOMES

ASSESSMENT STANDARDS


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APPROACH

  • OUTCOMES-BASED

  • INTEGRATION: 3 OUTCOMES

  • VARIETY OF DATA: PRIMARY, SECONDARY; TERTIARY

  • GEOGRAPHICAL STUDY WITHIN CONTEXT

  • LEARNER CENTRERED, INTERACTIVE

  • INTEGRATION OF PHYISICAL AND HUMAN GEOGRAPHY

  • CRITERIA FOR ASSESSMENT

  • CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT

  • SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE, VALUES AND ATTITUDES

  • CRITICAL THINKING AND APPLICATION

  • REGIONAL STUDIES AND THEMATIC STUDIES (SYSTEMATIC; SYSTEM; ISSUES-BASED APPROACH)


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CONTEXT

INTEGRATION BETWEEN HUMAN AND

PHYSICAL COMPONENTS

GRADE 10

GLOBAL

PERSPECTIVE

THE WORLD

GRADE 11

CONTINENTAL

PERSPECTIVE

AFRICA

GRADE 12

NATIONAL

PERSPECTIVE

SOUTH AFRICA



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IMPORTANT SKILLS AND TECHNIQUES

  • ASKING QUESTIONS

  • ACQUIRING INFORMATION

  • ORGANISING INFORMATION

  • ANALYSING INFORMATION

  • ANSWERING QUESTIONS /

  • COMMUNICATING ANSWERS


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POSSIBLE EDUCATIONAL AND LEARNING MATERIAL

TEXT BOOKS

PRINTED MEDIA

RADIO

TELEVISION

COMPUTER PROGRAMS

INTERNET LINKS

REFERENCE BOOKS


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WHAT IS NEW - GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS

  • WHAT IS G.I.S?

  • - COMBINATION OF ELEMENTS TO STORE, RETRIEVE

  • MANIPULATE AND DISPLAY OF INFORMATION

  • - INCLUDES SPATIAL TECHNOLOGY E.G SATELLIET

  • IMAGES, AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS AND COMPUTER-

  • BASED IMAGES

  • - INFORMATION PRESENTED IN DIFFERENT LAYERS

  • - LEARNERS SHOULD MAKE DECISIONS BASES

  • ANALYSIS OF DATA

  • - DIFFERENT PROJECTIONS MADE


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GIS AND SKILLS

MANAGEMENT

Decision-making; Communicate findings

WORKING WITH GIS

Answer questions;

Enhancing cognitive

skills

LEARNING ABOUT GIS

Capturing data; Digitising data; cleansing data; organising data


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EDUCATIONAL AND CAREER LINKS

  • Enable learners to examine personal, national and global affairs; acquire knowledge of the world.

  • Development of entrepreneurship based on his geographical knowledge and skills.

  • Aviation

  • Computer Studies

  • Geography -education

  • Eco-tourism

  • Geographical Information Systems

  • Cartography

  • Meteorology


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IDENTIFYING OF ICT-NEEDS

ICT-LINKS

http://education.pwv.gov.za

http://curriculum.wcape.school.za

http//:www.archexplorer.com

http://www.mweb.co.za

http://www.microimages.co.za



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