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LIFE SKILLS: ANNUAL WORK PLAN GRADE: 1 TERM: 3 YEAR: 2016

GRADE 1
Date Study Area Topic % Work Total Progres Min. No. of
Covera s Informal Tasks
ge per per week
week Written Practic
al/Oral
Week 1
Beginning •Places in my community- 1% 51% 2 written 1 Tool
Knowledg buildings activities (checkl
e& (30 min) ist,
Personal Rubric
-Explain the word etc.)
& Social community
Wellbeing -who forms part of a
community
-different communities (size,
specific cultures, etc)
-neighboring buildings in the
community, who uses it,
what is it used for, history of
the buildings, etc
(teacher will need a
hand/finger puppet)
•Places in my community-
where we meet (30 min)
-Parks
-Shopping malls/centers
-Markets
-Swimming pool
-Churches or other religious
places of gatherings
-Sport stadiums
-School
(teacher will require two
large boxes and pictures
representing community
places/events with self made
labels)
•People in my community-
people who help me (30
min)
-Doctors
-Nurses
-Police
-Teachers
-Librarians

(teacher is at liberty to select


any other person who serves
the community and is closely
located to the school)
•People in my community-
people who sell things; other
people I know

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(30 min)
-Greengrocer
-Butcher
-Shopkeeper
-Vender
-Pharmacist
(teacher is at liberty to select
any other person who sells in
the community and is closely
located to the school
Performin •Creative games and skills 0,5% 51.5%
g Arts (30 min)
-Games focusing on
Mathematics and Languages
such as number songs and
rhymes e.g.,
-“Five strong policemen….
-Five strong policemen
standing by a store…
•Improvise and interpret
(30 min)
-Dramatise the poem; five
strong policemen…..
Visual Arts Create in 2D (60 min) 0,5% 52%
•Make paintings and
drawings of self using
various modes of transport;
encourage awareness of line
and shape, colour, and
contrast
Physical Physical Education (60 min) 1% 53%
Education
•Perceptual Motor
-Learners help to set up an
obstacle course and move
through the obstacle course
safely-climbing on, climbing
over, crawling, hanging onto
b Physical Education (60
min)
•perceptual motor
Learners help to set up an
obstacle course and move
through the obstacle course
safely-climbing on, climbing
over, crawling, hanging onto
bars and balancing.ars and
balancing.

WEEK 2
Beginning •Looking after facilities in my 1% 54% 2 written 1 Tool
Knowledg community-such as public activities (checkl
e& ist,
telephones, public transport
Personal Rubric
(30 min) etc.)
& Social -Name some Community
Wellbeing facilities

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-Explain vandalism
-Caring for community
facilities
-Reporting damage of
community facilities
-Behaviour on public
transport
•Looking after facilities in my
community-such as public
toilets
(30 min)
-Where will we find public
toilets e.g., malls, shopping
centers, etc
-Signs on the toilet doors,
i.e., male/female
-Using public toilets
-Keeping toilets clean
-Report damage of toilets

•Keeping places clean-


include using bins and not
littering (30 min)
-Why we should keep places
clean(starting with our
homes)
-Consequences of littering
-What action class can take
to keep neighborhood clean
-Categorizing dirt into
different bins for the
purpose of recycling

•Keeping places clean-


include using bins and not
littering (30 min)
-Class action plan to clean up
school.
-Encouraging a clean and
healthy community
Performin •Creative games and skills 0,5% 54.5%
g Arts (30 min)
-Copying of movements,
rhythms and movement
patterns such as follow the
leader, walking, skipping,
clapping
-Action song:
Litter hitting the ground
Is not a good sound
Litter goes in the bin
Throw it in, in …
•Mime actions showing

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emotion such as throwing


litter in a bin (30 min)
Litter hitting the ground
Is not a good sound
Litter goes in the bin
Throw it in, in, in….
Visual Arts •Create in 2D 0,5% 55%
(60in)
-Make paintings and
drawings of real or imaginary
creatures;
encourage awareness of line
and shape, add detail ,
describe own pictures
(give learners an idea of an
imaginary creature that
thrives on litter- you may
expose them to some
cartoons or pictures from
various books)

Physical •Balance 1% 56%


Education (60 min)
Play games using bean bags
to balance on different parts
of the body.
•Co-ordination
Hand-eye co-ordination
•Locomotor
Move-jump, run, climb and
•Co-ordination (60 min)
-Hand-eye co-ordination-
throw a tennis ball in the air
and catch it, bounce it on the
ground, pass it to a partner
Week 3
Beginning •Animals We Can Keep As 1% 57% 2 written 1 Tool
Knowledg Pets activities (checkl
e& -Animals we can keep as pets ist,
Personal Rubric
-Caring for pets : Shelter etc.)
& Social Food, Water, Animal
Wellbeing cleanliness
-Treating animals
appropriately : Giving
Exercise, not teasing, not
locking up in a car
Performin Creative Games and Skills 0,5% 57.5%
g Arts -Mime actions showing
emotions using
visualization such as
washing my pet , giving my
pet food
-Cooling down the body
and relaxation: using
imagery words such as
lying down next to your pet
and stroking it.

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Improvise and Interpret:


Dramatizing a make a
make- believe situation
based on a song or a story
about a pet

Visual Arts Create in 2D : 0,5% 58%


Make paintings and drawing
of own pets, encourage
awareness of line and shape,
and added detail, describe
own pictures.
Physical Loco motor: - move-jump, 1% 59%
Education run, climb and crawl
- walk backwards on
heels and, walk backwards
on toes
Perceptual Motor : Learners
help to set up an obstacle
course and move through the
obstacle course safely –
climbing on, climbing over
crawling, hanging onto bars
and balancing
Week 4
Beginning MANNERS AND 1% 60% 2 written 1 Tool
Knowledg RESPONIBILITIES activities (checkl
e& -Greeting people we know ist,
Personal Rubric
and etc.)
& Social Greeting strangers
Wellbeing -Waiting my turn
-Listening to others
-Sharing
-Showing kindness
-Being honest
-Respecting other people
and what belongs to them

Performin Creative game and skill 0,5% 60.5%


g Arts -Games focusing on
numeracy and literacy such
as number songs and
rhymes, making letter shapes
through movement
-Listening skills through
music games using different
tempo, pitch, dynamics,
duration

Improvise and interpret


-Clapping rhythms in
Three or four time. Moving to
music in three or four times.
Visual Arts Create In 3D 0,5% 61%
-Make models of imaginative
creatures using clay, play
dough or recyclable
materials, emphasize

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appropriate use of materials


and spatial awareness
Physical Rhythm : 1% 62%
Education -Rope skipping, alone, in
groups of three, two swings
and the other jumps rotate
roles
Sports and Games
- Play hide and seek
Week 5
Beginning •Why we need plants 1% 63% 2 written 1 Tool
Knowledg - Food/juice that activities (checkl
e& come from ist,
Personal Rubric
plants/seeds/trees (juice, etc.)
& Social fruit and food)
Wellbeing - Some plants and
trees give us shade
- Some plants and
trees give shelter to animals
- Wood gives us
warmth
- Objects made out of
plants and trees
Grass for sports field
Cotton to make
clothes
Wood to make
furniture
Reeds to make
baskets and cover roofs

• What plants or trees


look like
- Roots
- Stem or trunk
- Leaves
- Flowers
• Different plants
- Similarities
Roots, stem, leaves,
flowers, seeds
- Differences
Roots –long, short,
many
Stem – thick, thin,
long, short,
Leaves- rough,
smooth, different shapes,
Flowers – many
different, colours, shapes,
sizes
Seeds – different
shapes, sizes and colours

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• Arbour Day
- Celebrate Arbour
Day by planting a tree
- Reason why we
plant trees:
Recap content of
Monday; why we need
plants and trees
Performin •Improvise and interpret 0,5% 63.5%
g Arts (30 min)
-Dramatising a make-believe
situation based on a South
African poem, song or story
guided by teacher
-Introduce and Role play the
song:
I went to the garden and dug
up the ground, dug up the
ground, dug up the ground.
(Tune: Here we go round the
mulberry bush)
Seven verses
Visual Arts •Create in 3D (constructing) 0,5% 64%
-Make models/collage of
imaginative creatures using
clay, play dough or
recyclable materials;
emphasize appropriate use
of materials and spatial
awareness.
e.g. make a collage picture
out of waste material
displaying the different parts
of a plant or a tree

Physical Physical Education (60 min) 1% 65%


Education •Sports and games
-Play favourite games
selected by the learners e.g.
Play the game: Dodge ball
-Movement games -
concepts of size, distance,
space and quantity covered

Physical Education (60 min)


•Balance
-Balance on motor car tyres,
laid flat on the ground or
standing up
•Spatial orientation
-Crawl through tyres that
have been set up in a line

Week 6
Beginning Ways we communicate 1% 66% 2 written 1 Tool
Knowledg activities (checkl
e& • Reading –including ist,
Personal Rubric
instructions &

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& Social advertisements etc.)


Wellbeing
Performin 0,5% 66.5%
g Arts

Visual Arts 0,5% 67%

Physical 1% 68%
Education
Week 7
Beginning Seeds and where they come 1% 69% 2 written 1 Tool
Knowledg from activities (checkl
e& -What is a seed ist,
Personal Rubric
-Different plants have etc.)
& Social different seeds
Wellbeing -Discuss shape, colour and
size
-Some seeds can be eaten by
humans
-Some seeds that animals
eat and humans do not eat
-How seeds are dispersed
What plants need to grow
-Soil, water and light
-Revise the function of the
roots
-Discuss what will happen to
a plant if it does not get
enough water, sunlight or
there is no soil

Growing a plant from a seed


-Preparation of growing a
plant from a seed
-Discuss resources that
learners need to bring to
class
-Talk about the bean plant
-Re-cap what a plant needs
to grow

Growing a plant from a seed


-Talk about growing seeds
-Ask learners if they know
what we call people who
grow seeds(discuss
gardeners and farmers)
-Learners plant their own
seeds
*record sheet tracking
growth of a plant.
Performin Mime action showing 0,5% 69.5%

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g Arts emotion using visualisation


such as pretending to be
seedlings
- Action rhyme
“Oats and beans and barely
grow
Oats and beans and barely
grow
But not you nor I nor anyone
know
How oats and beans and
barely grow”
Warming up the body

Cooling down the body and


relaxation
Listening skills through music
games using different tempo,
pitch, dynamics, duration

Warming up the body

Cooling down the body and


relaxation
Visual Arts Make paintings and drawings 0,5% 70%
of real or imaginary
creatures, encourage
awareness of line and shape,
colour, and contrast.
-Blow paint
-Leaf prints
Physical Sports and games 1% 71%
Education -Play “bumper seeds”
Locomotor
-Move: jump, run, climb and
crawl

Locomotor
-Walk backwards on heels;
walk backwards on toes
-Follow instructions to move
slow and fast

Week 8
Beginning Beginning Knowledge personal 1% 72% 2 written 1 Tool
Knowledg and Social Wellbeing activities (checkl
e& ist,
Personal •Foods we eat Rubric
•Where different foods come etc.)
& Social
Wellbeing from: fruit; vegetables; dairy;
meat
Performin Creative games 0,5% 72.5%
g Arts • Making paintings and
drawings of real or imaginary
creatures, encourage
awareness of line and shape
and added details, describe
own pictures.

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•Mime actions showing


emotions using visualization
such eating my favourite
food, opening a gift.
•Warming up the body
•Cooling down the body and
relaxation: using imagery or
words such as ‘shrink slowly
and grow slowly’.
Visual Arts Creative games and skills. 0,5% 73%
•Games focusing on
numeracy and Literacy such
as number songs and
rhymes, making letter shapes
through movement.
Physical Perceptual Motor 1% 74%
Education •Learners help to set up an
obstacle course and move
through the obstacle
course safely – climbing
on, climbing over crawling,
hanging onto bars and
balancing.
Coordination:
•Hand eye coordination –
throw a tennis ball in the
air and catch it, bounce it
on the ground, pass it to a
partner.
Locomotors
•Move – jump, climb and
crawl.
Week 9
Beginning •Healthy eating 2 written 1 Tool
Knowledg - Healthy and unhealthy activities (checkl
e& foods ist,
Personal - Healthy choices and the Rubric
etc.)
& Social right amount of food
Wellbeing •Storing food - fresh,
tinned, dried, frozen
Performin Improvise and Interpret:
g Arts •Dramatizing a make belief
situation based on a South
African Poem, Song or story
guided by teacher.
Visual Arts •Make models of imaginative
creatures using clay, play
dough or recyclable materials
emphasize appropriate use
of materials and spatial
awareness.
•Mime actions showing
emotions using visualization
such eating my favourite
food, opening a gift.
Physical Laterality
Education •Hop – scotch jump with
non-dominant leg.

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•Running and swinging a


rope/ sash/ ribbon using
non-dominant hand.
Locomotor
•Move – jump, climb and
crawl.
Rhythm
•Rope skipping, alone in
groups of three, two
swing and the other
jumps, rotate roles.

Week 10
Beginning 2 written 1 Tool
Knowledg activities (checkl
e& ist,
Personal Rubric
etc.)
& Social
Wellbeing
Performin
g Arts
Visual Arts
Physical
Education
Week 11

ASSESSMENT RECORDING & REPORTING

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