This module will focus on the early identification of learning problems, diagnostic assessements to determine the underlying causes thereof, as well as intervention strategies in order to successfullly address learning barriers in the Foundation Phase. The student will learn how to adapt the curriculum for learners experiencing problems with language as well as Mathematics and how to support these learners in building a positive self esteem by providing opportunities for learning success and in doing so letting the learners believe in their own abilities.
4 lectures per week S2 only Q4, 4 lectures per week S1 only Q1
Language of tuition
Separate classes for Afrikaans and English
Early Childhood Education
Period of presentation
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