Methodology of Life Orientation and Physical Education 464
Faculty of Education
On attainment of the learning outcomes students demonstrates their knowledge and understanding of the theory to be applied in all practical sport and movement development situations as prescribed by the National Curriculum and Assessment policy statement in a school environment. Particular attention is given to metacognitive skills development of the students in order to empower them for their teaching tasks, as well as to enable them to engender these metacognitive skills in their learners.
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