Sagan

With our online content we teach more than just a language. We prepare students from a young age to critically think, analyse and interpret life from their perspective using different online methods and problem solving ideas.

We have online content from Stage 1 - 9, IGCSE and AS / A levels that requires an internet connection and a positive approach to the chosen language.

Pre-IGCSE

Stages 1 - 3 focus on the pronunciation of sounds and how to hear the language. We offer a variety of different vocabulary within each letter / sound while each letter / sound has up to 5 levels to complete.

Stages 4 - 9 start with more in-depth knowledge of the language with additional activities and video tutorials. At the end of each module, there is an online test that will grade students' performance in that module.

IGCSE

Afrikaans as a First Language / 0512

Paper 1 - Reading (2 hours)

Candidates are assessed on their ability to:

  • understand and collate explicit meanings
  • understand, explain and collate implicit meanings and attitudes
  • select, analyse and evaluate what is relevant to specific purposes
  • understand how writers achieve effects.

Paper 2 - Writing (2 hours)

Candidates are assessed on their ability to:

  • articulate experience and express what is thought, felt and imagined
  • order and present facts, ideas and opinions
  • understand and use a range of appropriate vocabulary
  • use language and register appropriate to audience and context
  • make accurate and effective use of paragraphs, grammatical structures, sentences, punctuation and spelling.

Afrikaans as a Second Language / 0548

Similar to First Language but with more guidance.

as lEVEL

Afrikaans / 8679

Component 1 - Optional Speaking test

This is an optional component and does not contribute to candidates' overall grade.

Component 2 - Reading (2 hours)

Candidates are assessed on their ability to:

  • understand and collate explicit meanings
  • understand, explain and collate implicit meanings and attitudes
  • select, analyse and evaluate what is relevant to specific purposes
  • understand how writers achieve effects.

Component 3 - Writing (2 hours)

Candidates are assessed on their ability to:

  • articulate experience and express what is thought, felt and imagined
  • order and present facts, ideas and opinions
  • understand and use a range of appropriate vocabulary
  • use language and register appropriate to audience and context
  • make accurate and effective use of paragraphs, grammatical structures, sentences, punctuation and spelling.

A LEVEL

Afrikaans / 9679

Component 1 - Optional Speaking test

This is an optional component and does not contribute to candidates' overall grade.

Component 2 - Reading (2 hours)

Candidates are assessed on their ability to:

  • understand and collate explicit meanings
  • understand, explain and collate implicit meanings and attitudes
  • select, analyse and evaluate what is relevant to specific purposes
  • understand how writers achieve effects.

Component 3 - Writing (2 hours)

Candidates are assessed on their ability to:

  • articulate experience and express what is thought, felt and imagined
  • order and present facts, ideas and opinions
  • understand and use a range of appropriate vocabulary
  • use language and register appropriate to audience and context
  • make accurate and effective use of paragraphs, grammatical structures, sentences, punctuation and spelling.

Component 4 - Texts

2 hours 30 minutes, 75 marks

Candidates answer three questions. Each question must be on a different text, taken from the list corresponding to the year of examination. The list for each year is divided into two sections: candidates must choose at least one text from each section.

Set topics of AS/A level for 2019:

  1. 1 Human relationships
  2. 2 Law and order
  3. 3 Work and leisure
  4. 4 World peace
  5. 5 Pollution

Set texts for A level for 2019:

Section 1

  1. 1 Die kremetartekspedisie, Wilma Stockenström
  2. 2 Roepman, Jan van Tonder
  3. 3 Fiela se kind, Dalene Matthee

Section 2

  1. 4 Die groot anders-maak, Jan Rabie
  2. 5 Mirakel, Reza de Wet
  3. 6 Siener in die suburbs, P G du Plessis

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