Life Orientation Grade 11 Latest Assessment Tasks for all terms for CAPS Curriculum (Syllabus) South Africa:

Life Orientation Grade 11  Assessments

Assessment is a continuous planned process of identifying, gathering and interpreting information about the performance of learners, using various forms of assessment. It involves four steps: generating and collecting evidence of achievement; evaluating this evidence; recording the findings and using this information to understand and thereby assist the learner’s development in order to improve the process of learning and teaching.

While the test-based approach has value in determining what learners know and do not know and how they reason, it should be used discriminately in the assessment of learner performance in Life Orientation so as to avoid this predominantly skills-based subject from becoming too theory-driven. Some activities need to be practical and should afford learners the opportunity to experience life skills in a hands-on manner.

Each of the Life Orientation topics requires that a certain body of skills, knowledge and values should be addressed and assessed.
Skills such as self-awareness and management, dealing with stress, decision-making, empathy, interpersonal relationships, communication, assertiveness, negotiation, goal-setting, ability to access information, problem-solving, creative and critical thinking are addressed across all six topics and assessed through formal or informal assessment
for Life Orientation. In the same way attitudes such as respect for the self and others, respect for and acceptance of differences, assuming responsibility, perseverance, persistence, anti-discrimination and equality, are also addressed and assessed across all six topics.

Life Orientation is the only subject in the National Curriculum Statement that is not externally assessed or examined. However, a learner will not be promoted or issued a National Senior Certificate (NSC) without providing concrete evidence of performance in the five stipulated assessment tasks for that particular grade. Learners should also meet the minimum promotion or certification requirements for the NSC.

Learner progress in Life Orientation is monitored throughout the school year and involves the following three different but related activities:

  1.  Informal or daily assessment tasks
  2. Formal assessment tasks
  3. Optional certificate tasks.

Life Orientation is the study of the self in relation to others and to society. It addresses skills, knowledge, and values about the self, the environment, responsible citizenship, a healthy and productive life, social engagement, recreation and physical activity, careers and career choices. These include opportunities to engage in the development and practice of a variety of life skills to solve problems, to make informed decisions and choices and to take appropriate actions to live meaningfully and successfully in a rapidly changing society. It not only focuses on knowledge, but also emphasises the importance of the application of skills and values in real-life situations, participation in physical activity, community organisations and initiatives.

Life Orientation is one of the four fundamental subjects required for the National Senior Certificate, which means that it is compulsory for all learners in Grades 10, 11 and 12. It is a unique subject in that it applies a holistic approach to the personal, social, intellectual, emotional, spiritual, motor and physical growth and development of learners.

This encourages the development of a balanced and confident learner who can contribute to a just and democratic society, a productive economy and an improved quality of life for all. The subject contains the following six topics in Grades 10 to 12:

Downloadable Life Orientation Grade 11 Assessment Tasks

Life Orientation Grade 11 Topics

Below is a guide for Life Orientation Topics Grade 11 which will aid you in terms of answering your assessment questions.

Development of the self in society

• Plan and achieve life goals: problem-solving skills
• Relationships and their influence on well-being
• Healthy lifestyle choices: decision-making skills
• Role of nutrition in health and physical activities
• Gender roles and their effects on health and wellbeing

Social and environmental responsibility

• Environmental issues that cause ill-health
• Climate change
• Participation in a community service addressing an environmental issue

Democracy and human rights

• Democratic participation and democratic structures
• Role of sport in nation building
• Contributions of South Africa’s diverse religions and belief systems to a harmonious society

Careers and career choices

• Requirements for admission to higher education institutions
• Options for financial assistance for further studies
• Competencies, abilities and ethics required for a career
• Personal expectations in relation to job or career of interest
• Knowledge about self in relation to the demands of the world of work and socioeconomic conditions

 Study skills

• Study styles and study strategies
• Examination writing skills
• Time-management and annual study plan
• Goal-setting skills

Physical Education

• Improvement of current personal level of fitness and health
• Umpiring and leadership skills in self-designed and modified games (teach peers)
• Various leadership roles in a self-designed recreational group activity
• Umpiring and leadership skills in self-designed and modified sport (teach peers)
• Safety issues

On this page you will find Life Orientation Grade 11 Assessment Tasks for all terms for Term 1, Term 2, Term 3, and Term 4.

Available Assessment Tasks for all terms Life Orientation Grade 11

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Why passing Grade 11 is very important

Grade 11 fully prepares you for Grade 12 level of exams and assessments. You might as well regard Grade 11 as your final trial run for Matric level. Most of the classwork covered in the grade 11 syllabus will prepare you for Matric anyway. Passing your Grade 11 with flying colours, is usually a sign that you will ace your Matric and make your uncles and cousins proud.

What can you do with your Grade 11 marks in South Africa?

  • You can apply at a South African University using your Grade 11 marks
  • You can already apply for university bursaries using your Grade 11 marks

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