An intensive study of the 2012 Curriculum and Assessment Policy (CAPS) relating to the teaching of Geography to learners in the FET-, Senior- and Intermediate Learning Phases. The following aspects are addressed: The long-, medium- and short term planning of learning activities, the design of sensible learning activities, assessment, the effective use of teaching media as well as the preparation and presentation of mini lessons with a duration of 18 minutes.
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