Laerskool  De Vrije Zee  Primary School         

                                      

Grade 7 Demarcation

Tuesday, 6 June 2017

LIFE ORIENTATION

Vocabulary – New words

TERM 1

·          Unit 1: Effects of Peer Pressure, pp.33 - 37

·          Unit 1: Importance of reading pp. 44 – 49

·          Unit 1: Negotiation skills, pp. 40 - 41

·          Unit 2: Skills to develop memory: ability to recall pp.48 - 49

TERM 2

·          Unit 1: Bill of Rights: What our rights means and how to apply them pp. 67-68

·          Unit 3: Safety when playing invasion games p. 73

·          Unit 3:Fairplay pp. 70 – 71

·          Unit 2: Abuse pp. 85 – 86

NB: Use also your writing book to study for the exam, especially the pages that is pasted in. 

 

Wednesday, 7 June 2017

TECHNOLOGY

All work covered in term 1:

What is technology?

•       Unit 1: Define technology p. 2

•       Unit 2: The design process p. 4

•       Unit 3: Design considerations p. 13

Levers

·          Unit 1: Levers and mechanical advantage p. 46

·          Identifying levers pp. 49-52

All work covered in term 2:

Structures

·          Unit 1: What is a structure? p. 74

·          Unit 2: Frame structures p. 77

·          Unit 3: Difference between landline and mobile networks p. 81

·          Ways on how to stiffen a structure.

Mini Practical Assessment tasks – term 1 and 2

 

Thursday, 8 June 2017

GEOGRAPHY  

Module 1: Local maps and street maps (pp. 8 – 10)

Module 3: Volcanoes and Earthquakes  (pp. 43 – 53)

·          Structure of the Earth.

·          Volcanoes.

·          Earthquakes.

All new vocabulary learnt in module 3 and notes in writing books.

 

Friday, 9 June 2017

ECONOMIC AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES

Exam will cover work done in term 1 and 2 (The Economy, Financial Literacy and Entrepreneurship)

Vocabulary – New words

Summaries and activities

 

Term 1

•       Topic 1         Unit 1 Traditional societies and bartering

                                Unit 2 Money and electronic banking

·          Topic 2         Unit 1 Types of needs

                                Unit 2 Primary and secondary needs

                                Unit 3 Limited resources to satisfy needs and wants

·          Topic 3         Unit 1 Goods and services

                                Unit 5 How to recycle and reuse goods to satisfy needs and wants

·          Topic 4         Unit 1 Formal and informal businesses

                                Unit 2 Types of businesses in formal and informal sector

                                Unit 3 The advantages and disadvantages of formal and informal businesses

                                Unit 4 The role of formal and informal businesses as producers and consumers

Term 2

·          Topic 5         Unit 1 Accounting concepts: capital, assets and liabilities

                                Unit 2 Income and expenses

                                Unit 3 Profit and loss

                                Unit 4 Banking, savings and budgets

·          Topic 6         Unit 1 Personal income and expenses

                                Unit 2 Personal Statement of Net Worth

·          Topic 7         Unit 1 Definitions

                                Unit 2 Personal budgets

                                Unit 3 Business budgets

                                Unit 4 Savings, buying and planning

 

Monday, 12 June 2017

ENGLISH HOME LANGUAGE:    

LANGUAGE STRUCTURES

·        Word level work:

Common nouns, proper nouns, countable and uncountable nouns, concrete and abstract nouns, compound nouns, complex nouns, finite verbs, pronouns, possessive pronouns, singular and plural, adjectives, degrees of comparison, superlatives. prefixes, suffixes, roots, finite verbs, Adjectives: comparative, superlative, Adverbs, Preposition – of time, place and movement Adjectives: numerical

·        Sentence level:

Simple sentences, statements, simple present tense, simple past tense, main clause, dependent clause, subject and predicate, subject verb agreement, direct and indirect speech, simple and compound sentences, active and passive voice, idioms and proverbs

·        Spelling and punctuation:

Full stop, comma, colon, semi-colon, capital and small letters open and close inverted commas, exclamation marks, question marks

·        Word meaning:

Rhymes, borrowed words, idioms, proverbs, alliteration, similes, metaphors, interjectives / ideophone synonyms, antonyms, homophones, homonymy, polysemy, riddles, proverbs,  idioms, literal, figurative, emotive language

·        Punctuation and spelling:

Dictionary usage, spelling patterns, spelling rules, hyphen; apostrophe

 

Monday, 12 June 2017

HISTORY

•       Vocabulary – New words

•       Term 1 – working with sources p. 32

·          Term 2 – The transatlantic slave trade (Module 4) pp. 62-75

o           Customs and cultures, beliefs and economies pp. 62 – 63

o           Slavery in Africa before the Europeans p. 64

o           Plantations p. 66

o           Reasons for using slave labour p. 66

o           Capturing and transportation of slaves p. 67

o           Triangular trade p. 69

o           The lives of a slave in the American South pp. 70-71

o           Resistance to slavery – The underground railroad, Nat Turner and John Brown pp. 73-75


Tuesday,  13 June 2017

MATHEMATICS 

All work covered in term 1

·          Basic operations.

·          Factors and multiples

·          Exponents

·          Square and Cube numbers

·          Geometry of 2D shapes

All work covered in term 2

·          Calculating and solving problems with common fractions, percentages  and decimal fraction

·          Functions and relations

·          Using formulae to find area and perimeter of 2D shapes

·          Using formulae to find volume and surface area of 3D objects

v   All mathematical vocabulary and key words in the workbooks.

 

Wednesday, 14 June 2017

AFRIKAANS FIRST ADDITIONAL  LANGUAGE

All work covered in term 1 & 2 (Workbook & Textbook)

·          Selfstandige naamwoorde – Eiename, Soortname, Abstrakte selfstandige naamwoorde

·          Antonieme en Sinonieme

·          Kenmerke van gedig

·          Kenmerke van advertensie

·          Meervoude

·          Voornaamwoorde

·          Verlede tyd

·          Trappe van vergelyking

·          Letterlike en figuurlike betekenis

·          Stelsin, vraagsin en bevelsin

·          Samestellings

·          Idiome

·          Direkte en Indirekte rede

 

Thursday, 15 June 2017

NATURAL SCIENCES

Use workbook and textbook

·          Strand 1  (Life and Living) pp. 11 – 42

·          Strand 2 (Matter and Materials) pp. 57-89