Methodology of Life Orientation and Physical Education 301
Faculty of Education
This module consists of theoretical as well as practical components. It strives to equip student teachers with knowledge, skills and attitude to maintain themselves in the practical execution of sport management, organization and control in a school environment as well as in classroom management and leadership in general. Managerial skills and the characteristics of the effective Life Orientation teacher are also addressed. In the second semester focus is on classroom practice, differentiation and assessment of physical education activities and learning activities for different ages.
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