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The relationship between adults and children

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LIFE ORIENTATION

Grade 4

RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Module 8

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ADULTS AND CHILDREN

The relationship between adults and children within various cultural concepts

Activity 1

To compare the relationship between elders and children in a variety of situations [LO 2.3]

Your environment

Below we have a list of symbols. Each of them represents a person. In the first group persons in your household or abode (home) are represented. The second group of symbols represent persons in your school environment, and in the third group people you see at church are represented.

Page 4 is a work sheet. Draw a square, a circle and a triangle round the three figures. Your task is as follows:

Take a close look at the symbols in the first group (home). Then select only those that represent people living with you and redraw their symbols in the square on page 4.

Also check the symbols in the second group (school) and select those that represent persons that you encounter at school. Draw their symbols in the circle.

Lastly, select the applicable symbols from the third group (church) and redraw them in the triangle.

You may draw a larger symbol of a person that is very special to you to.

1.My home or abode (square)

I

Father or male head of the house

Mother or female head of the house

Elder brother/stepbrother

Second eldest brother

Third brother

Fourth brother

Eldest sister/stepsister

Second eldest sister

Third sister

Fourth sister

Grandfather or older male person in the house

Grandmother or older female person in the house

Most important pet

Other person in the house (identify, e.g. boarder, uncle or aunt, etc.)

2.The school (circle)

I

Principal

Class teacher

My favourite teacher

A teacher I don’t really like

The learner in the class/school I like the least

My best friend

Second best friend

Third best friend

A learner who makes school very unpleasant for me

Another person (identify) .……………

3.My church or spiritual community (triangle)

I

Supreme power/God/Allah

Spiritual leader

Someone who plays an important role (identify)

Home

School

Church

Assessment

LEARNING OUTCOME 2: SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT

The learner will be able to demonstrate an understanding of and commitment to constitutional rights and responsibilities, and to show an understanding of diverse cultures and religions.

Assessment Standard

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2.3 compares the relationship between elders and children in a variety of situations in different cultural contexts.

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