Set yourself on the path to global success. Develop analytical, emotional and critical thinking skills through a cutting-edge, real-life learning experience. Gain the edge you need today and become part of the largest alumni network on the continent. Course basics: Duration: 12 Months, 18 MonthsQualification: Masters Study mode: Full Time, Part TimeAcademic category: Generalist degreeElective course streams: Dynamic Economies & Innovation, Managing for Sustainability, Finance, General Management, Leading Organisations in Complex Environments Management, Accounting, Economics, Technology & Operations, Strategy, Organisational Design, Critical Skills, Society & Collective Action, Marketing in a Connected World, Finance & Investment, Entrepreneurship, Business Integration, Case Competition The WBS MBA programme, accredited by the Association of MBAs is the School’s flagship academic programme and is renowned the world over. The programme uses a combination of cutting-edge theory and guided practical application to develop the skills you need to be a great manager and leader both within Africa and also globally. You will develop your networks both through the other MBA students and also through interactions with organisations that you investigate as part of your group learning projects. The interactive learning experience will assist you to gain a heightened level of self-awareness and by so doing develop your interpersonal […]
LADLANA/201 3 1 INTRODUCTION Dear Student I hope that you are still enjoying the course and that you are able to apply in practice everything that you have learnt. In this tutorial letter I will be providing you with information regarding myUnisa and the examination, as well as feedback on the assignments. 1.1 myUnisa Please remember to visit myUnisa at least once a month to participate in the discussions. I regularly place important announcements on myUnisa. 2 GUIDELINES FOR THE EXAMINATION I can hardly believe that it is that time of the year again, but here we are! The examinations are upon us and, for those of you who would like to prepare for them well in advance, I have provided some guidelines. Another reason why I am sending this information out fairly early is that the examination will ask questions based on the Curriculum and Assessment Policy Statement (CAPS). To answer these questions you will be required to use the information provided in the CAPS and in your study guide. In your studies you should concentrate especially on sections 2 and 3 in the CAPS. You may choose whether you want to study the CAPS for Home Language or First Additional Language – you do not have to study both. The duration of the examination is two hours and the examination paper counts for 100 marks. 2.1 The examination paperThe examination paper for the October/November examination and the January/February supplementary examination consists of THREE(3) essay type questions. Every question is worth 50 marks. The questions will be similar to the questions posed in the assignments. (NB: They will be similar, but not identical.) A part of the examination paper is based on CAPS. Please ensure that you know sections 2 and 3 very well. It may, for example, be expected of you to discuss the different approaches (communicative, text-based, learner-centred, process approach) and to explain which approach would be the best when teaching literature. You may also be required to explain what types of activities should be incorporated during the pre-phase, the actual teaching of the specific skill and the post-phase of teaching listening, reading, speaking and writing. Ensure that you are able to discuss the process approach to the teaching of language structures and conventions and that you can explain what the listening, reading, writing and speaking processes entail according to the CAPS. You do not have to know the length of the texts or how much time should be spent on the teaching of each skill.