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1 M Senior Phase Grade 7 Today Planning Pack LIFE ORIENTATION Contents: Work Schedule: Page Grade 7. 2 Lesson Plans: Grade 7. 3 Rubrics: Rubric 1 13 Rubric 2 14 Rubric 3 15

2 Work schedule for Grade 7 Term Week LO and AS Chapter Assessment Resources LO1: Health promotion LO2: Social LO3: Personal LO2: Social LO4: Physical and Movement LO1: Health promotion LO3: Personal LO5: Orientation to the world of work LO2: Social LO4: Physical and movement LO2: Social LO3: Personal LO5: Orientation to the world of work LO1: Health promotion LO2: Social LO3: Personal LO3: Personal LO5: Orientation to the world of 1: It s about balance In and 2: Becoming socially aware In and 3: I feel good! In and 4: I get moving! In and 5: My future In and 6: Let s keep moving In and Test 7: Proudly South African In and 8: Learning personal skills In and 9: Dealing with difficult situations In and 10: The world of work In and Test Grade 7 Grade 7 Copy of the Bill of Rights Examples of the media Materials for collage Grade 7 Grade 7 Newspapers and magazines job sections Grade 7 Newspapers (classified section) Grade 7 Grade 7 Grade 7 Grade 7 Grade 7 Newspapers and magazines work job sections Note: You need to complete 1 task per term for Life Orientation for the Senior Phase. This work schedule shows all the opportunities for.. 2

3 LESSON PLANS Grade 7 Chapter 1: It s all about balance the healthy choice Duration: 6 hours Weeks: 1 3 LO1: Health Promotion Proposes ways to improve the nutritional value of own personal diet Evaluates actions to address an environmental health problem LO1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Arts and Culture LO3 Health: Healthy balanced diet Consequences of poor diet Eating properly LB p7 The food pyramid LB p7 How much should I have? LB p10 Fuel for your body LB p11 Lesson 5: Labelling foods LB p11 Lesson 6: What happens when the balance is wrong? LB p13 Lesson 7: Nutritional diseases LB p14 Lesson 8: Preventing malnutrition LB p15 Lesson 9: Activity 1: Thinking about good and bad food; ways to improve the nutritional value of our diet TG p2 Activity 2: Using the food pyramid; nutrients our body needs and what these nutrients do for us TG p3 Activity 3: Classifying foods; understanding which foods belong in which groups TG p3 Activity 4: Deciding what is in a burger; working out the food groups of the ingredients TG p4 Activity 5: Work out a daily nutritional log; finding out which food group you eat from the most TG p5 Activity 6: Comparing food labels; decoding food labels TG p6 Activity 7: Deciding what causes malnutrition; awareness of causes of malnutrition TG p7 Activity 8: Looking at malnutrition; case studies that highlight the nutritional diseases caused by malnutrition TG p7 Activity 9: Designing a menu; designing healthy balanced meals TG p8 Assessment LB p17 Assessment activity: Test: TG p10 Type of : Formal for Lessons 1, 6 and 9 In : all other activities can be used for in Form of : Rubric 1 for Lesson 1; memo (TG p7) for Lesson 6; memo (TG p10) for Lesson 9 Provide blank templates and Teacher s Evaluate own diet with reasons 3

4 LESSON PLANS Grade 7 Chapter 2: Becoming socially aware Duration: 6 hours Weeks: 4 6 LO2: Social Discusses the application of human rights as stated in the South African Constitution Explains how to counter gender stereotyping and sexism Discusses the significance of volunteer organisations Explains how recognition of diverse cultures can enrich South African society Explains the role of oral traditions and scriptures in a range of the world s religions LO1, 2, 4 Arts and Culture LO3 Social Sciences (History) LO1, 2 (Geography) LO 2, 3 Social justice: Rights and responsibilities Rights and responsibilities LB p19 Volunteer organisations LB p23 Respecting differences LB p24 Activity 1: The meaning of rights; the application of Human Rights as stated in the South African Constitution TG p12 Activity 2: Writing the South African Constitution TG p12 Activity 3: Designing my own Bill of Rights TG p13 Activity 4: Discuss responsibilities TG p14 Activity 5: Creating a classroom constitution TG p14 Activity 6: Helping everyone enjoy their rights; the significance of volunteer organisations TG p15 Activity 7: How are things different? Examine the different ways boys and girls are raised TG p16 Activity 8: What do you think? Examine sexism and your own attitudes TG p16 Activity 9: Stereotyping TG p17 Activity 10: Give beauty contests a new look; discuss the stereotyping of beauty contests TG p17 Beauty contests LB p26 Lesson 5: Assessment LB p27 Assessment activity: Test TG p19 Type of : Formal for Lessons 3 and 5 In : all other activities can be used for in Form of : Rubric 1 for Lesson 3; memo (TG p19) for Lesson 5 Discuss the Bill of Rights and Teacher s Design a sport constitution 4

5 Chapter 3: I feel good! LESSON PLANS Grade 7 Duration: 6 hours Weeks: 7 9 LO3: Personal Reports on the implementation of strategies to enhance own and others self-image through positive actions Evaluates media and other influences on personal lifestyle choices and proposes appropriate responses Explains and evaluates own coping with emotions and own response to change LO1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Mathematics LO5 Arts and Culture LO1, 3 Social Sciences (History) LO3 Self-esteem: Healthy values and attitudes Check out your self-image LB p29 How the media affects our selfimage LB p33 What it means to be a success LB p35 Coping with changes in our lives LB p37 Activity 1: Think about your self-image; what makes you feel good or bad about yourself? TG p22 Activity 2: Practising positive feedback; writing a positive comment about your partner TG p23 Activity 3: Creating a collage; to increase selfawareness and improve self image TG p24 Activity 4: Spending time with the media; increase awareness of time spent on media, relative to other activities TG p25 Activity 5: Evaluate the media; encourage critical awareness of advertising and lifestyle TG p25 Activity 6: Giving advice; counselling role-play TG p26 Activity 7: Dramatise an advert to sell a dream or an ideal life in order to sell a product TG p27 Activity 8: Being a success; exploring what success means to different people TG p28 Activity 9: Let s talk about Natalie du Toit; adversity as a challenge, not an obstacle TG p29 Activity 10: Thinking about your own situation; consider things in your life which could be improved TG p29 Activity 11: Thinking about difficult changes; changes that are upsetting and changes which help you cope TG p30 Lesson 5: Assessment LB p39 Assessment activity TG p31 Type of : Formal for Lessons 1, 3 and 5 In : all other activities can be used for in Form of : Rubric 2 for Lesson 1; rubric (TG p29) for Lesson 3; memo (TG p31) for Lesson 5 and Teacher s Examples of the media Materials for collage Find places of help in your community Write essays on the inner self 5

6 Chapter 4: I get moving! LESSON PLANS Grade 7 Duration: 6 hours Weeks: LO2: Social LO4: Physical and Movement Discusses the application of human rights as stated in the South African Constitution Performs a sequence of physical activities including rotation, elevation and balance movements Participates in and reports on a fitness programme Mathematics LO1, 3 Natural Sciences LO1 Movement: Stretching; rotation; elevation; balance Fitness programme; aerobic exercise Healthy values Enjoying moving our bodies LB p41 Getting fit LB p47 Measuring our heartbeats LB p49 Activity 1: How do I enjoy moving? TG p33 Activity 2: Learning to stretch; doing various stretching movements TG p33 Activity 3: Moving up and down; movements I can or cannot do TG p34 Activity 4: Let s be like Nadia Comaneci; example of gracefulness overcoming physical disabilities TG p34 Activity 5: Going round and round; rotation exercises TG p35 Activity 6: How can your school make everyone feel at home? Accommodating physically disabled learners at school TG p36 Activity 7: What do we know about our hearts? Finding out important facts TG p37 Activity 8: Let s measure our heartbeats; working in pairs to find our various pulse points TG p37 Activity 9: Let s get fit! Develop a fitness programme TG p38 Assessment LB p51 Assessment activity TG p40 Type of : Formal for Lessons 1, 4 In : all other activities can be used for in Form of : Rubric 3 for Lesson 1; memo (TG p40) for Lesson 4 and Teacher s Learners assist each other Hold a debate about physical disability rights 6

7 Chapter 5: My future LESSON PLANS Grade 7 Duration: 6 hours Weeks: LO1: Health Promotion LO3: Personal LO5: Orientation to the World of Work Proposes ways to improve the nutritional value of own personal diet Evaluates actions to address an environmental health problem Describes strategies for living with diseases, including HIV/AIDS Discusses the personal feelings, community norms, values and social pressures associated with sexuality Reports on the implementation of strategies to enhance own and others self-image through positive actions Discusses interests and abilities related to career and study opportunities Explains the value and importance of work in fulfilling personal potential Reports on an initiated or simulated career-related activity LO1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Work and careers: Abilities Interests Learning about the world of work LB p53 What work used to be like LB p55 Think about myself and my future LB p55 Activity 1: Thinking about work; look at the pictures and discuss the attitudes to work TG p42 Activity 2: Why do we work? Discuss reasons for work TG p42 Discuss jobs that used to exist and do not exist any longer. What are apprentices? Activity 3: How do we learn about ourselves? Understand own abilities, interests and talents TG p44 Activity 4: Assessing your abilities using a scoring system TG p45 Activity 5: Matching your abilities to a job TG p46 Activity 6: Investigating personal interests TG p46 Activity 7: Talk about work; look at personal around career choices TG p47 Activity 8: Matching careers; awareness of different careers and jobs TG p48 Assessment activity TG p49 Assessment LB p63 Type of : Formal for Lessons 2 and 4 In : all other activities can be used for in Form of : Rubric 2 for Lesson 2; memo (TG p49) for Lesson 4 Discuss the job you want to do and Teacher s Find information about the job you d like to do 7

8 Chapter 6: Let s keep moving LESSON PLANS Grade 7 Duration: 6 hours Weeks: LO2: Social LO4: Physical and Movement Discusses the application of human rights as stated in the South African Constitution. Participates in an outdoor adventure programme through orienteering in different environments Performs a sequence of physical activities including rotation, elevation and balance movements Participates in and reports on a fitness programme Designs and plays a game that includes the concept of invasion Investigates fair play in a variety of athletic and sport activities Mathematics LO3 Arts and Culture LO3 Social Sciences (History) LO1 Fitness: Programme Invasion games Orienteering Sportsmanship and fair play Getting fit LB p51 Games of invasion LB p65 Playing fair good sportsmanship LB p68 Outdoor adventure LB p70 Lesson 5: Orienteering as a form of Outdoor adventure LB p71 Lesson 5: Activity 1: Are you fitter? Evaluate fitness, discuss how your fitness programme went TG p51 Activity 2: Learning games of invasion; soccer, netball, rugby, hockey and basketball TG p52 Activity 3: Learning some game strategies; discuss various strategies of the games, how they differ and how they are similar TG p52 Activity 4: Designing a game of invasion TG p53 Activity 5: Playing the game you designed TG p53 Activity 6: Playing without a referee TG p54 Activity 7: Should we always be honest? Read a story about honesty and fair play in sports activities TG p54 Activity 8: Write a manifesto for fair play TG p55 Activity 9: Describe an outdoor adventure TG p55 Activity 10: Orienteering in the school grounds TG p56 Activity 11: Designing an orienteering adventure TG p57 Assessment LB p75 Assessment activity TG p59 Type of : Formal for Lessons 1, 4 and 5 In : all other activities can be used for in Form of : Rubric 1 for Lesson 1; rubric 3 for Lesson 4; memo (TG p59) for Lesson 5 and Teacher s Ask a competent learner to demonstrate Research outdoor adventure activities, including for people with physical disabilities 8

9 LESSON PLANS Grade 7 Chapter 7: Proudly South African: understanding and respecting each other Duration: 6 hours Weeks: LO2: Social Discusses the application of human rights as stated in the South African Constitution Explains how recognition of diverse cultures can enrich South African society Explains the role of oral traditions and scriptures in a range of the world s religions LO1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Diversity: Respect Different cultures Oral traditions and scriptures What is culture? LB p77 Respect for different cultures LB p77 Understanding differences LB p80 Ubuntu LB p81 Introduction to what culture is and what it means to us LB p77 Activity 1: Read a fable; becoming aware of our differences and of equal opportunities TG p61 Activity 2: Looking at my culture and your culture; awareness of some unique cultural practices and recognising and respecting that everybody has their own way of doing things TG p62 Discussing the uniqueness of our country. Respect for the cultures of others. Activity 3: Understanding Ubuntu. Read and discuss the paragraphs in Learner s Book page 81 TG p62 Activity 4: Learn about an African creation story TG p63 Activity 5: Look at oral traditions and religious scriptures TG p86 Lesson 5: What is religion? LB p83 Lesson 6: Let s look at some of the religions in our country LB p85 Lesson 7: Assessment activity TG p65 Assessment LB p87 Type of : Formal for Lessons 2 and 7 In : all other activities can be used for in Form of : Rubric 1 for Lesson 2; memo (TG p65) for Lesson 7 and Teacher s Give oral rather than written feedback Write a creation story 9

10 LESSON PLANS Grade 7 Chapter 8: Learning personal skills: respect, decision and studying Duration: 6 hours Weeks: LO3: Personal Shows evidence of respect for others and the ability to disagree in constructive ways Demonstrates and reflects on decision-making skills Critically evaluates own study skill strategies LO1, 2 Economic and Management Sciences LO1 LO5: Orientation to the World of Work Discusses interests and abilities related to career and study opportunities Personal skills: Respect; tolerance Respectful disagreement Communication Studying Values Respect for others LB p89 Making decisions LB p91 Study skills LB p93 Activity 1: What s happening here? Discuss a picture TG p67 Activity 2: The argument; looking at an argument from a different perspective TG p67 Activity 3: Seeing the whole picture; looking at any situation from different ways helps us understand what is happening TG p68 Activity 4: Let s practice; how to handle a situation where you disagree with a person in a respectful and constructive way TG p68 Activity 5: Learning to make a decision; making a quick decision, then reflecting on it TG p69 Activity 6: Which jeans would you buy? A real life situation to practise the DECIDE decision-making method TG p69 Activity 7: What do I need to study? Conditions that are needed in order to be able to study well TG p70 Activity 8: Listening carefully; writing down things in order to remember what you hear TG p71 Activity 9: FUNDA this! Learn the FUNDA method of studying and summarising TG p71 Assessment LB p97 Assessment activity TG p73 Type of : Formal for Lessons 1, 4 In : all other activities can be used for in Form of : Rubric 1 for Lesson 1; memo (TG p73) for Lesson 4 and Teacher s Discuss how you defused a bad situation between friends. Discuss how skills apply to the world of work 10

11 Chapter 9: Dealing with difficult situations LESSON PLANS Grade 7 Duration: 6 hours Weeks: LO1: Health Promotion Describes strategies for living with diseases, including HIV/AIDS Discusses the personal feelings, community norms, values and social pressures associated with sexuality LO2: Social Discusses the application of human rights as stated in the South African Constitution LO3: Personal Demonstrates and reflects on decision-making skills Dealing with difficult situations: HIV/ AIDS Tuberculosis Prevention Sexuality Talking about HIV/AIDS LB p99 What happens to our bodies when we are HIV+? LB p102 How to survive tuberculosis (TB) LB p104 Thinking about sexuality LB p106 Lesson 5: What does sexuality mean? LB p107 Lesson 6: What are values? LB p108 Lesson 7: How to deal with difficult situations LB p109 Lesson 8: Activity 1: HIV/AIDS quiz; understand and clarify all initial misunderstandings about the disease TG p75 Activity 2: DJ Dezzi s decision; exploring issues around how different people cope with HIV/AIDS TG p76 Activity 3: Ways to live with HIV/AIDS TG p78 Activity 4: Helping a friend; consolidating information already gained as well as the human rights related to this issue TG p78 Activity 5: Design a pamphlet about TB; demonstrate knowledge and understanding of TB, how to treat it and how to protect themselves and the community from this disease TG p79 Activity 6: Deciding on rules for the class; reach an agreement on how to deal with discussions on sexuality in the classroom TG p80 Activity 7: Giving advice; consider personal feelings and values about sexuality TG p81 Activity 8: Comparing values; think about and discuss ways in which people are affected by their attitudes to sexuality TG p82 Activity 9: What forcing feels like; experience what forcing feels like in a non-threatening situation TG p83 Assessment LB p111 Assessment activity TG p84 Type of : Formal for Lessons 3, 8 In : all other activities can be used for in Form of : Rubric 2 for Lesson 3; memo (TG p73) for Lesson 8 LO1, 2, 3, 4 Arts and Culture LO3 and Teacher s Allow learners to give oral presentations rather than written Brainstorm ways of dealing with difficult situations 11

12 Chapter 10: The world of work LESSON PLANS Grade 7 Duration: 6 hours Weeks: LO3: Personal LO5: Orientation to the World of Work Demonstrates and reflects on decision-making skills. Identifies services and sources for career and study information Reports on an initiated or simulated career-related activity Demonstrates time management skills and accountability in carrying out responsibilities LO1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Career information: Interviews Time management Job advertisements What you need to know about careers and studying LB p113 Activity 1: Getting information from TV; general awareness that career information is all around us TG p86 Activity 2: Mind-mapping information; consider the school as a common source of information on careers TG p87 Activity 3: Using newspapers and magazines; read adverts in newspapers; link job hunting, job adverts and career research TG p88 Activity 4: Practising interviews; create awareness of this necessary and valuable skill TG p89 Activity 5: Sandile s story; a story that relates to time management skills and accountability in carrying out responsibilities TG p90 Activity 6: Manage your time and manage yourself; learn time management skills and the use of a diary TG p91 Assessment LB p123 Assessment activity TG p92 Type of : Formal for Lessons 1 and 2 In : all other activities can be used for in Form of : Rubric 2 for Lesson 1; memo (TG p92) for Lesson 2 Keep a journal for a week Role-play Sandile s story and Teacher s Newspapers and magazines job sections 12

13 RUBRIC 1: Presentation of interview/ debate/ argument/ discussion/ role play Activity: Date: Name: Grade: Level 7 Excellent far exceeding expected Level 6 A very good where all have been met at a very high standard Level 5 A good meeting most of the Level 4 A fair meeting an adequate portion of the Level 3 A moderate partially satisfying the Level 2 An elementary marginally satisfying the Level 1 Unsatisfactory, not met Present with under-standing key concepts and ideas Express own ideas and points of view; structure an argument; interview Accurate information Listen to and evaluate ideas of others Effective use of body language Use correct vocabulary and terminology Speak clearly and audibly 13

14 RUBRIC 2: Visual presentation (poster; collage; mind map) Activity: Name: Date: Grade: Appearance Information Depth of understanding Audience Level 7 Excellent far exceeding expected Exceptionally eye-catching; outstandingly creative Expresses excellent evidence of topic; factually accurate Shows maturity and great insight Appropriate for target audience Level 6 A very good where all have been met at a very high standard Eye-catching; creative Good clear evidence of topic; factually correct knowledge Shows some maturity and insight Level 5 A good meeting most of the Attractive; fairly creative Some reasonable ideas and evidence of topic; mostly correct knowledge Shows partial maturity and insight Level 4 A fair meeting an adequate portion of the Merely presentable; little creativity Some evidence of topic; merely adequate presentation of knowledge Shows little maturity and insight Only fairly appropriate for target audience Level 3 A moderate partially satisfying the Visually unappealing No clear ideas; little factual knowledge presented No evidence of insight or maturity Level 2 An elementary marginally satisfying the Slapdash presentation No clear ideas expressed; inaccurate knowledge No insight or evidence of care or thoughtfulness Inappropriate for target audience Level 1 Unsatisfactory, not met Activity was misunderstood or incomplete 14

15 RUBRIC 3: Group or team participation Activity: Date: Name: Grade: Level 7 Excellent far exceeding expected Level 6 A very good where all have been met at a very high standard Level 5 A good meeting most of the Level 4 A fair meeting an adequate portion of the Level 3 A moderate partially satisfying the Level 2 An elementary marginally satisfying the Level 1 Unsatisfactory, not met Follow instructions Work in a group/ as a team member Support others Engage fully in the activity Evaluate own participation Share responsibilities/ delegate as a leader 15

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