Learners need to have access to the following materials when studying Afrikaans as a FAL.
Readers in the following genres: stories, short stories, poetry, theatre pieces, magazines and other social texts.
Learners need to watch some Afrikaans media.
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There are a lot of homes choolers visiting this blog. For that reason I’ve decided to “translate” the 120 page CAPS document into easier parts.
Teaching Time for Afrikaans FAL in Grade 4 should be 5 hours per week divided in the following way:
|Listening and speaking (luister en praat)
|Reading and viewing (Lees en kyk)
|Writing and presenting (skryf en aanbied)
|Language structures and conventions.
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It’s that time of the year again! ANA! The national standardised assessment. Below you will find some guidelines from the Gauteng Dept of education for ANA.
How does this apply to home schoolers? It might assist you to see what children in South African schools are doing in Grade 4 Afrikaans Home Language.
1. Storie/ story: read the text and identify main events. Make a summary.
2. Nuusberig/ koerant artikel. Newspaper article. Read a newspaper article and analyze it.
3. Poetry. Identify alliteration, rhyme. Learn new vocabulary.
4. Lees en skryftekens. Punctuation
6. Selfstandige naamwoorde. Nouns
7. Voorsetsels. Prepositions.
8. Prefix and suffix.
9. Sinoniem. Synonyms
10. Antoniem. Antonyms
16. Write a paragraph.
17. Give instructions.
The above is a guideline and not the beginning and end of assessment for grade 4.
Hope it helps.