Following on JND 200, this module aims for students to further develop skills which will enable learners to communicate as effectively as possible on a more academic level in isiNdebele. Students learn to compare and contrast approaches to learning and teaching; identify and differentiate concepts used in OBE, NCS and CAPS; implement OBE by planning and preparing lessons using NCS and CAPS learning and teaching methodologies and techniques in an integrative manner; and assessing using NCS and CAPS assessment methods, tools and techniques.
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