Understand certain historical sources. Possible links with other Learning Fields: English, Geography, Life Orientation, Business studies, EconomicsQuestions: What do you understand under the concept imperialism? TERM 2 GRADE 10 HISTORY LESSON PLAN 6: Duration: 4 Hrs.10 min. DATE OF COMPLETION:…………………….. HOD/SMT:………………….. Identify the socio-economic and political power relations operating in societies Communicate knowledge and understanding in the form of written activities, oral work and creative exercise. The struggle undertaken by all those who fought to attain freedom Develop a sense of tolerance for people of different social classes and backgrounds. LESSON PLAN 9 LESSON PLAN: Business Studies Grade: 10 Context: SELF MANAGEMENT Content: - Time management, personal goals, definition of success … TEACHER:………………….. = > K L Q R Y u v Š ´ Á ~  ˜ ½ ¾ ¿ ä Skills You will be able to… Detect bias in historical sources. Skills You will be able to… Detect bias in historical sources. DATE OF COMPLETION:…………………….. HOD/SMT:………………….. TERM 2 GRADE 10 HISTORY LESSON PLAN 7: Duration: 4 Hrs.10 min. How other subjects/disciplines such as archaeology contribute to the understanding of the past. Understand how democracy came to France through the Revolution of 1789 and then was taken away during the Reign of Terror. Learning activities: Working in groups Work individually Class debate Assessment Activities Written work Essay Source-based activities Debate Brief explanation: Assessment activities, (New Generation History, Grade 10, p.130) Debate: (New Generation, pp.120-121) Source-based activities, (Shuters History, pp.154-155) Source-based activities, (Looking into the Past, p.143) Planned Assessment: Informal assessment Written work Source-based activities Evaluators: Teacher Self (rubric) Peer Data collection method: Reading Listening Questioning Communication Expanded opportunity Teacher reflection: Outcomes achieved? Learning activities: Working in groups Work individually Class debate Assessment Activities Written work Essay Source-based activities Debate Brief explanation: (CASS ONLY) Activities, (History for all, p. 62) Activities, (History for all, p.66) Planned Assessment: Informal assessment Written work Source-based activities Evaluators: Teacher Self (rubric) Peer Data collection method: Reading Listening Questioning Communication Expanded opportunity Teacher reflection: Outcomes achieved? Learning activities: Working in groups Work individually Class debate Assessment Activities Written work Extended writing/Genres Source-based activities Debate Brief explanation: Assessment activities, (New Generation History, Grade 10, p.130) Debate: (New Generation, pp.120-121) Source-based activities, (Shuters History, pp.154-155) Source-based activities, (Looking into the Past, p.143) Planned Assessment: Informal assessment Written work Source-based activities Evaluators: Teacher Self (rubric) Peer Data collection method: Reading Listening Questioning Communication Expanded opportunity Teacher reflection: Outcomes achieved? How countries that were once colonized are still influenced by their past. ĞQ t ' ' ' ' ' OQ QQ QQ QQ QQ QQ QQ $ DS ¢ æU h uQ + …" …" …" uQ + + ' ' Û ŠQ İ% İ% İ% …" ² + ' + ' OQ İ% …" OQ İ% İ% ¦ ÿL 0 “P ' ÿÿÿÿ [À\pÉÉ ? Term 1, Term 2 & Revision Registration Form Possible links with other Learning Fields: English, Geography, Life Orientation, Business studies, EconomicsQuestions: What was the Declaration of Independence? This document contains Life skills Term 1, week 1-3 lesson plan for the grade 2 . Learning activities: Working in groups Work individually Assessment Activities Written work Extended writing/Genres Source-based activities Brief explanation: Assessment activities, (New Generation History, Grade 10, p.130) Source-based activities, (Shuters History, pp.154-155) Source-based activities, (Looking into the Past, p.143) Planned Assessment: Informal assessment Written work Source-based activities Evaluators: Teacher Self (rubric) Peer Data collection method: Reading Listening Questioning Communication Expanded opportunity Teacher reflection: Outcomes achieved?