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Opvoeder As Assessor Essay

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VRAAG 1 ----------------------------1.1. Assesseringstaak 1: MIV-VIGS navorsingstuk 1.2. Assesseringstaak 2: Bewusmakingsplakkaat 1.3. Assesseringstaak 3: Opsomming 2-5



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2.1 Assesseringsaktiwiteit en assesseringsnagaanlys: 2.2 Assesseringsaktiwiteit en assesseringsruitenet: 2.3 Assesseringsaktiwiteit en assesseringsrubriek: BIBLIOGRAFIE


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1.1. ASSESSERINGSTAAK 1: Die ...view middle of the document...

Om hierdie redes is dit nodig om die opdrag te assesseer volgens ‘n daargestelde kriteria. 5. Assesseringsinstrument: Die assesseringsinstrument wat vir hierdie opdrag gebruik word is ‘n assesseringsrubriek. Die rubriek is ideaal vir ‘n navorsingstuk omdat dit verskillende vlakke van bevoegdheid in die kriteria aandui, dit vergemaklik ook die analise van die inhoud van die taak. Die kriteria in ‘n rubriek het verder ook verskillende tellings omdat sekere inligting ‘n swaarder gewig dra as ander.

6. Assesseringskriteria: Naam en Van




_______ 4 UITSTEKEND 3 GENOEGSAAM Opdrag is slegs gedeeltelik verstaan Agtergrond is gedeeltelik bespreek deur die gebruik van enkele bronne Oorsake is gedeeltelik bespreek deur die gebruik van enkele bronne Gevolge is gedeeltelik bespreek deur die gebruik van enkele bronne Gedeeltelike bespreking van behandelingsmetodes deur die gebruik van enkele bronne Gedeeltelike bespreking van voorkoming deur die gebruik van enkele bronne Gedeeltelike interpretasie van inligting Bonus punte: 2 vir Bibliografie

Datum:__________________ 1 NIE BEREIK Opdrag is glad nie verstaan nie Lukrake Agtergrond is (alledaagse) vaag en bronne bespreking is afwesig van die agtergrond Bespreking is vaag en bronne is afwesig Lukrake (alledaagse) bespreking 2 EENVOUDIG Opdrag is verkeerd verstaan

Inleiding : verstaan van gegewe opdrag Agtergrond : inligting rakende die ontstaan van die infeksie Bespreking van die verskeie oorsake van die infeksie Bespreking van die verskeie gevolge van die infeksie Bespreking van verskeie behandelingsmeto des van die infeksie Bespreking van voorkoming van die MIV-infeksie Gevolgtrekking : interpretasie van inligtingstuk

Opdrag is korrek verstaan Agtergrond is breedvoerig bespreek deur die gebruik van verskeie bronne Oorsake is breedvoerig bespreek deur die gebruik van verskeie bronne Gevolge is breedvoerig bespreek deur die gebruik van verskeie bronne Breedvoerige bespreking van behandelingsmetodes deur die gebruik van verskeie bronne Breedvoerige bespreking van voorkoming deur die gebruik van verskeie bronne Korrekte interpretasie van inligting

Bespreking is vaag en bronne is afwesig Bespreking van behandelings metodes is vaag en bronne is afwesig Bespreking van voorkoming is vaag en bronne is afwesig Interpretasie van inligting is vaag

Lukrake (alledaagse) bespreking Lukrake (alledaagse) bespreking van behandelingsmetodes Lukrake (alledaagse) bespreking van die voorkoming Inligting is verkeerd geïnterpreteer

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7. Assesseringsproduk: Hierdie taak word ingehandig as ‘n geskrewe produk. Leerlinge wat dit so verkies mag ‘n getikte produk inhandig met die volgende spesifikasies: Font: Arial 12, Line spacing: 1.15. ‘n Maksimum van 4x A4 folio’s mag gebruik word (wat ‘n volledige bibliografie insluit.) 8. Individuele leerstyle, aanlegte en belangstellings: Hierdie tema van MIV-VIGS is eerstens met die leerlinge...

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