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1. By the end of the lesson, students should be able to describe the concept of self-image and differentiate between positive and negative self-image. 2. Students should be able to identify factors th

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Question: please define clear and measurable learning objectives for this lesson using CAPS curriculum Grade:7 Subject: Life Orientation Topic: Development of self in society: self-image

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Sure, below are clear and measurable learning objectives considering the Context, Audience, Purpose, and Style (CAPS) curriculum for Grade 7 Life Orientation, specifically, the topic of Development of self in society: self-image. 1. To Understand the Concept of Self-Image: Students will be able to accurately define self-image and differentiate it from self-esteem. Assessment can be done through written definitions, class discussions, or quizzes. 2. To Recognize Influences on Self-Image: Students will list and describe at least three major influences on self-image, such as media, peers, or personal achievements. This can be gauged through presentations or essay writing. 3. To Assess Personal Self-Image: Students will confidentially analyze their personal self-image through private written reflections or personal development activities. 4.Gender and Self-Image: Students will identify the impact of gender on self-image, mentioning at least two ways this can affect one's self-perception. This could be understood through class debates, group discussions, or written assignments. 5. Develop Strategies to Enhance Positive Self-Image: Students will suggest and discuss at least two strategies that can be used to enhance positive self-image or self-esteem like engaging in positive affirmations or doing things that make them happy. This should be measurable by class participation, presentations, or reflective journal entries. 6. Role-play Scenarios: Students will participate in role-play scenarios that display different outcomes based on positive and negative self-images. The quality of their understanding would be assessed through their role-play performance and subsequent group analysis of the role-play situations. The teacher can use various methods to assess the learning objectives like informal and formal assessments, quizzes, debates, presentations and written assignments. The methods should be chosen considering the different learning abilities and styles of the students.

Answered by gpt-4

April 12, 2024, 2:44 a.m.

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Published: Friday, April 12, 2024

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