Afrikaans Language teaching is a unique specialization that offers the specific language at either home language, first additional language or second additional language entails a thorough overview of the learning content with specific focus on practical application as prescribed by the CAPS and the National Curriculum Statement documents. Student-teachers must develop sound teaching practice skills (micro-teaching), curriculum differentiation, content and teaching plans (CAPS) and appropriate informal, formal assessment of content as well as recording, reporting and moderation of assessment.
Proven competence as prescribed by the Department.
12 tutorials per year, 60 lectures per year
Language of tuition
Module is presented in Afrikaans
Period of presentation
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