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NSSCO Geography Scheme of Assessment

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Mensuration Problem solving Part 1



This course include information on narrative, descriptive and argumentative essays



Summaries - point and prose form

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English Second Language 4116, Executive Summary

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English Higher Level: Executive Summary and Context


Letters: Informal and Formal

This lesson provides details about the three types of letters generally covered in paper 2 of the final examination, including an informal, a formal and a complaint letter.

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Identities, equations and inequalities Part 1

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Numbers and Operation Problems Solving Part 3


Active and Passive voice

Active and passive voice

How to answer Business Studies 8336/2

Business Studies Higher Level 8336 Paper 1

How to answer Business Studies HL 8336 Paper 1.


Listening Comprehension

This course will tell you more about the listening comprehension paper you can expect in the final examination.


Parts of Speech

This lesson covers the nine different parts of speech in great detail, enabling you to not only understand how they are categorised, but also know the function of each and apply it in your everyday writing.

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Numbers and Operation Problems Solving Part 1

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Numbers and Operation Problems Solving Part 2

Geography – Hilma Amutenya

  • Map reading skills
    – Identification of the characteristics of a map such as the title, Key, Scale and direction
    – Using the map scale in measuring distance, calculate area and Calculate gradient
    – Finding direction and calculating bearing
    – Identifying landforms on a map using contours and symbols
    – Describe human activities in relation to the features on a map
    – Identifying and interpreting horizontal/oblique photographs (landforms, natural vegetation, land-use and settlement)
    – Locating features on a map using a co-ordinate reference system and be able to – Reading and giving four and six figure grid references to locate places
  • Research Skills
    – Identification of a problem area suitable for a geographical enquiry
    – Formulating a research topic and Hypothesis
    – Stating and Describing the Objectives/aims of the Geographical enquiry
    – Naming/listing the different techniques/methods of collecting data
         – Interviews, questionnaires, observations
         – Simple surveys (counts and measurements) and document studies
          – Sampling
         – Be acquainted with the use/application, Justification and suitability of the different techniques of data collection
         – Describe the limitation of the methods used to collect and present data
    – Methods of presenting data, their application, Justification and suitability.
    – Demonstrate the ability to analyse and present data collected in appropriate form using for instance maps, graphs, tables (Data analysis and interpretation)
    – Make effective conclusions and evaluations, suggesting solutions where appropriate
  • The Physical World
    – The earth’s structure
    – Landforms and landscape shaping processes
    – Weather
    – Climate and natural vegetation
  • Agriculture
    – Industrial Systems
    – Leisure and tourism
    – Energy and water resources
    – Environmental risks and management
  • Population and Settlement
    – Population studies
    – HIV and AIDS
    – Settlement studies

Mathematics – Martha Iipinge

  • Numbers and Operation Problems Solving Part 1
    – Revision on Numbers, Squares, square roots, Vulgar and decimal fractions, percentages, measures, ordering and ratios
    – Ratio Practical problems solutions
    – Proportion Practical problems and solutions
    – Rate Practical problems and solutions
    – Problems and Solutions on Percentages
  • Numbers and Operation Problems Solving Part 2
    – Problems and Solutions on Money
    – Problems and Solutions on Simple Interest Rate
    – Problems and Solutions on Compound Interest Rate
  • Numbers and Operation Problems Solving Part 3
    – Solve problems involving perimeter and area of triangles and quadrilaterals
    – Solve problems involving the circumference and area of circles
  • Mensuration Problem solving Part 2
    – Solve problems involving the surface area and volume of cubes, cuboids, cylinders and other prisms
    – Solve problems involving the arc length and sector area as fractions of the circumference and area of circles
  • Mensuration Problem solving Part 3
    – Solve problems involving the surface area and volume of spheres, pyramids and cones (given formulae for the sphere, pyramid and cone)
    – Examination Exercise -To test understanding
  • Polynomials
    – Solve division problems
    – Solve Reminder theorem problems
    – Solve Factor Theorem problems
  • Identities, equations and inequalities Part 1
    – Understand the difference between identities and equations, and use identities to determine unknown coefficients in polynomials
    – Solve cubic equations in cases where at least one rational root may be found, by means of the factor theorem
    – Recognise and solve equations in x which are quadratic in some function of x, e.g. x4 − 5×2 + 4 = 0
  • Identities, equations and inequalities Part 2
    – Use the discriminant of a quadratic polynomial f (x) to determine the number of real roots of the equation f (x) = 0
    – Solve quadratic inequalities in one unknown
  • Identities, equations and inequalities Part 2
    – Find the equation of a graph (quadratic and cubic) given sufficient information
    – Use completing the square to determine the maximum or minimum value of a quadratic expression
    – Testing understanding

Mathematics – Erastus Taapopi

    – Define sets by listing and describing and by using set builder notation. – Use sets and Venn diagrams to solve problems involving not more than three subsets of the universal set
    – Calculate the distance between two points given in coordinate form, the gradient of the line-segment joining them, and the coordinates of their midpoint
    – Find the equation of a straight line given sufficient information (e.g. the coordinates of two points on it or one point on it and its gradient)
    – interpret and use equations of the form ax+by+c=0, including knowledge of the relationships involving gradients of parallel and perpendicular lines
    – apply coordinate geometry to quadrilaterals
    – Apply Pythagoras‟ theorem
    – Apply the sine, cosine and tangent ratios for acute angles to the calculation of a side or of an angle of a right-angled triangle
    – Solve trigonometrical problems in two dimensions involving angles of elevation and depression
    – Solve simple trigonometrical problems in three dimensions including angle between a line and a plane
    – Extend trigonometrical ratios to angles between 90° and 360°
    – Solve problems using sine and cosine rules for any triangle and the formula: area of triangle = 1/2absinC
    – Interpret and use three-figure bearings measured clockwise from the north (i.e. 000° – 360°)
    – Represent information in the form of a matrix of any order and interpret the data in a given matrix
    – Calculate the product of a scalar quantity and a matrix
    – Solve problems involving the calculation of the sum and difference of any matrices not exceeding 3 × 3 and product of matrices not exceeding 2 × 2
    – Use the zero and identity matrix
    – Calculate the determinant and inverse of a non-singular 2 × 2 matrix
    – Solve simultaneous linear equations by matrix method
    – Represent vectors by directed line segment
    – Use standard notations for vectors
    – Add and subtract vectors
    – Multiply a vector by a scalar and interpret these relationships in geometrical terms
    – Calculate the magnitude of a vector
    – Use position vectors
    – Reflect simple plane figures in horizontal and vertical lines
    – Rotate simple plane figures about any point, through multiples of 90°
    – Construct given translations, and enlargements
    – Recognise and describe fully, reflections, rotations, translations and enlargements
    – Use the following transformations of the plane: reflection, rotation, translation and enlargement and their combinations

English – Heziwell Mhunduru

    – Marks and time
    – Reading and prose summary
    – Grammar Exercise
    – Note form summary and form filling
    – The superstructure
    – Paragraph construction-dealing with – prompts
    – The Speech
    – The Report
    – The Article
  • Writing - discourse markers
    – Sample questions and sample answers
    – The Article
    – The diary entry
    – The editorial
    – The formal letter
    – The informal letter
  • Grammar 1
    – Direct and indirect speech
    – Active and passive voice
    – Questions and question negatives
    – Changing statements into questions
  • Speaking
    – Hints and tips
    – Possible topics and sample responses
  • Listening
    – Hints and tips
    – Question analysis
    – Testing
  • Reading
    – Scanning
    – Skimming
    – Form filling
    – Prose summary writing
    – Note form summary writing

English – Janel Marais

  • Listening comprehension
  • Speaking and writing
    – Speech
    – Oral
  • Reading comprehension
  • Creative writing
    – Narrative essay
    – Descriptive essay
    – Argumentative essay
  • Directed writing
    – Invites
    – Informal letters
    – Formal letters
    – Complaint letters

Afrikaans Second Language & English Second Language – Michelle Erlank

  • Language and Grammar
  • Active and Passive Voice
  • Direct and Indirect Writing
  • Essays/long stories
  • Short Stories/Shorter Tasks
  • Listening Comprehension
  • Literature (Poems / Novels / Writing)
  • Grammatika, Taal gebruik en Woordeskat
  • Opstelle/Essays
  • Essays/Kort stukke
  • Literatuurstudie

Business Studies – Morne Rust

  • The nature and purpose of economic activity
    – Describe the development of economic activity;
    – Describe the scarcity problem and opportunity cost;
    – Explain the meaning of specialisation and division of labour   
    – Describe the relationship between specialisation and trade;
    – Identify the levels of specialisation with examples;
    – Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of specialisation;
    – State the groups involved in business activity.
    – Identify the objectives of the groups involved in business activity: consumers, workers, managers, owners, those with a financial interest, the community as a whole;
    – Give examples of the conflict of objectives between the various groups involved in business activities and the ways in which priorities change;
    – Explain the purpose of business activity in terms of the objectives of: non-profit making activity, private enterprise, public enterprise
  • Economic systems
    – Describe and explain the role of the State in the economy;
    – Distinguish between market, mixed and planned economies with reference to characteristics, advantages and disadvantages.
    – Explain how wealth is created and distributed;
    – Explain the importance of welfare policies to alleviate poverty
  • Types of business activity
    – Differentiate, with examples, between the different types of business activity in the primary, secondary and tertiary sectors.
    – State the main methods of measuring the size of businesses; explain the purpose of the classification and measurement of business units; 
    – Explain:- internal growth,- external growth (mergers and take-overs)
    – Explain, with examples, the meaning of multinational firms;
    – Identify the advantages and disadvantages of multinationals to the host country
    – Explain the importance of globalisation;
    – Explain the survival of small firms;
    – Explain how businesses respond to the needs of the community.

Accounting – Sarafina Heita

  • Accounting equation
    Accounting equation, Ledgers, Debtors & creditors journals, Returns Journals, General journal, Wages journal, Bank reconciliation, The trial balance, Correction of errors, Control accounts, Adjustments & suspense accounts, Post adjusted trial balance, depreciation, Financial statements
  • Accounting for partnerships
    Accounting for partnerships (5 parts), Production costs, Financial statements of manufacturing
  • Financial statements
    Financial statements from incomplete rec, ratios, Interpretation of financial statements
  • Goodwill
    Goodwill, Admission of new partner, Dissolution of partnership, Purchase of business, Nature of limited liability com, Accounting for ltd company, Accounting for close corporation
  • Production cost
    Production cost, NGOs, Material cost, Break even analysis, Marginal cost, Absorption cost, budgets.

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