What makes the Platinum Social sciences course unique? A variety of superior-quality sources that are relevant and realistic representations of historical periods and geographical concepts; all activities designed and scaffolded to provide consolidation and skills practice.
Kollig Op is in die kol!. Kollig Op is die gewildste kursus in Suid-Afrika en het alles wat ’n leerder nodig het in een boek. Kollig Op verbeter uitslae, maak leer prettig, maak onderrig ’n plesier en is maklik om te gebruik. Die Kollig Op Onderwysersgids het beplanningsmateriaal, Formele Assesseringstake, hersieningstoetse en eksamens.
Hierdie boek vorm deel van die reeks Shuters Top- klas handelsmerke vir VOO dit voldoen aan: Al die vereistes van die CAPS-dokument vir elke vak. Stap vir stap leiding vir die onderwyser. 'n Eenvoudige en gebruikersvriendelike blad ontwerp. 'n Hulpbron pakket en ander bykomende hulpbronne vir die onderwyser.
Superior CAPS coverage and written by expert authors. Superior illustrations and activities to improve results and motivate learners. Superior teacher support to save time and make teaching easy. Superior quality = exam success!.
Albert Luthuli grew up in the small KwaZulu-Natal settlement of Groutville and became a teacher. As a young man, he was not particularly interested in politics, but the government’s increasing cruelty towards Africans led him to take up the cause of his people.
In the biggest stayaway ever in South Africa, hundreds of thousands of people mourned the assassination of Chris Hani in April 1993. He was the first liberation movement leader to be buried with full military honours. But Chris Hani will not be remembered simply because he was a brave soldier and a popular leader.
In 1982, Ruth First was killed in Mozambique when she opened a parcel bomb sent to her by a South African hit squad. This was the tragic end to a life spent fighting racism. Ruth was a powerful public speaker and one of the best journalists South Africa has ever had.
In the 1940s, the ANC's Youth League transformed the organisation into a defiant, mass-based force that fought for freedom. Oliver Tambo was a prominent member of that Youth League, but his most important role was still to come. In 1960, the South African Government banned the ANC.