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6. Find out what major product the country produces. Bring a sample or a picture.

7. Find out which famous person originated in that country. Tell the class about him / her.

B. When the research is complete, then the final product can be presented to the class .

  • Group explains as follows:

1. The national anthem and the flag.

2. The national dress

3. The national foods

4. Some national music

5 Products

6 . Famous people from that country

Activity 3:

To be able to write longer text

[lo 4.1.1]

  • Write an essay on National Pride : What creates it, how it can be stimulated and what its affects are.
  • Consider the World Cup Rugby and Cricket, Buy South Africa campaign, flags, what it is that makes a citizen proud. And see if you can come up with some ideas of your own .

Rough draft:

Possible opening paragraph:_______________________

Some ideas on the topic: __________________________

Possible closing paragraph:________________________

Ideas on diction to use: ____________________________

Final Product:__________________________________

Activity 4:

To be able to express an opinion and give reasons

[lo 2.4.4]

  • Today, music therapy is used on patients to improve their moods and feelings and can be a very fulfilling profession. (You might like to investigate this?)
  • Bring ONE feel-good song and ONE feel-sad song with you to class, play them and explain to the class how it makes you feel. Give two or three reasons. The reasons might be related to an experience or to an event or to a person. However, try to express your feelings well.
  • Also give the name of the artist and something about him / her / them.

Name of artist:____________________

Something about them: Summarised:________________

How you feel and why:________________________

Activity 5:

To be able to use language for an impromptu oral

  • The educator will give you a topic.
  • You have a few seconds to think about it.
  • Then tell the class how you feel – in 1 minute.
  • Impromptus are used to teach you to think on your feet.

TIPS:

  • Take the operative words and work around those.
  • You can also:
  • try to create a pun by twisting the operative words around;
  • tell a story which brings in your topic (the easiest to do);
  • disagree with the topic;
  • explain how the topic came about in the first place;
  • make up a story around your topic (which means you can say anything !);
  • waste time by repeating the topic – SLOWLY (even as a question, a statement, a command).

Assessment

LO 2

Speaking

The learner will be able to communicate effectively in spoken language in a wide range of situations.

We know this when the learner:

2.1 translates and interprets:

2.1.2 translates or interprets messages;

2.2 interacts in additional language:

2.2.1 uses language for a range of functions;

2.4 debates social and ethical issues by arguing persuasively and responding critically:

2.4.4 expresses opinions and supports them with reasons;

2.5 is interviewed by someone:

2.5.1 anticipates the questions that will be asked and prepares for them;

2.5.2 answers questions.

LO 3

Reading and Viewing

The learner will be able to read and view for information and enjoyment, and respond critically to the aesthetic, cultural and emotional values in texts.

Questions & Answers

a diagram of an adult mosquito
mubarak Reply
what are white blood cells
Mlungisi Reply
white blood cell is part of the immune system. that help fight the infection.
MG
what about tissue celss
Mlungisi
Cells with a similar function, form a tissue. For example the nervous tissue is composed by cells:neurons and glia cells. Muscle tissue, is composed by different cells.
Anastasiya
I need further explanation coz celewi anything guys,,,
Calvin Reply
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Isala
on what?
Anastasiya
is air homogenous or hetrogenous
damiane Reply
homogenous
Kevin
why saying homogenous?
Isala
explain if oxygen is necessary for photosynthesis
Allice Reply
explain if oxygen is necessary for photosynthesis
Allice Reply
Yes, the plant does need oxygen. The plant uses oxygen, water, light, and produced food. The plant use process called photosynthesis.
MG
By using the energy of sunlight, plants convert carbon dioxide and water into carbohydrates and oxygen by photosynthesis. This happens during the day and sunlight is needed.
NOBLE
no. it s a product of the process
Anastasiya
yet still is it needed?
NOBLE
no. The reaction is: 6CO2+6H20+ solar energy =C6H12O6(glucose)+602. The plant requires Carbon dioxyde, light, and water Only, and produces glucose and oxygen( which is a waste).
Anastasiya
what was the question
NOBLE Reply
joining
Godfrey
the specific one
NOBLE
the study of non and living organism is called.
Godfrey
Is call biology
Alohan
yeah
NOBLE
yes
Usher
what Is ecology
Musonda Reply
what is a cell
Emmanuel Reply
A cell is a basic structure and functional unit of life
Ndongya
what is biolgy
Hawwi Reply
is the study of living and non living organisms
Ahmed
may u draw the female organ
MARTIN Reply
i dont understand
Asal
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Asal
me too
DAVID
anabolism and catabolism
Sani Reply
Anabolism refers to the process in methabolism in which complex molecules are formed "built" and requires energy to happen. Catabolism is the opposite process: complex molecules are deconstructed releasing energy, such as during glicolysis.
Anastasiya
Explain briefly independent assortment gene .
Otu Reply
hi
Amargo
hi I'm Anatalia
Joy
what do you mean by pituitary gland
Digambar
draw and lable the cell
Ameh Reply
why homones are destroyed soon after completing their role
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Source:  OpenStax, English first additional language grade 9. OpenStax CNX. Sep 14, 2009 Download for free at http://cnx.org/content/col11061/1.1
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