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Grade 4

People who served mankind

Module 5

Who are you?

You are definitely the most important person in this module. Therefore you are going to begin by finding out more about yourself. We are going to work with oral sources especially. The following w-questions will help you gain knowledge about the past.

People (Who?) Place (Where?)

Time (When?) Event (What?)

Causes (Why?) Results (Whereto?)

Activity 1

How to use questions to acquire information [lo 1.1]

Let us do a short exercise to help us understand how these w-questions work.

(a) study the following excerpt about a well-known south african, albert luthuli, and answer the questions that follow.


To acquire information about yourself and to ask questions about yourself [lo 1.1]

(a)acquire information about yourself by asking the following questions.

  • Where (place) were you born?
  • Who (people) is your best friend? Why?
  • What do you want to become one day?
  • Why (cause) do you live here?
  • Whereto (consequences) is the development in your environment leading?
  • When (time) were your parent(s) born?


Think of three more questions.

(b)write a brief report about yourself, including pictures or drawings.

In the following learning unit you are mostly going to work with written sources about your family and relatives.


LEARNING OUTCOME 1: HISTORICAL ENQUIRY The learner will be able to use enquiry skills to investigate the past and present.

Assessment standard

We know this when the learner:

1.1 works with sources: records and organises information from a variety of sources.


(Various possibilities)

(a) Albert Luthuli (1898 – 1967)

Wins Nobel Prize for Peace (1960); ANC leader (1952 – 1960)

South Africa, abroad (since1959)

Resistance against apartheid

Exiled from country

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