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2021 GRADE 1 MATHEMATICS TEACHER LESSON PLANS TERM: 1

2021 GRADE 1 MATHEMATICS TEACHER LESSON PLANS TERM: 1

The lesson plans and resources in this toolkit are part of the Teacher Toolkit for Mathematics Grade 1 Term 1. The other documents in the toolkit are:

  • a CAPS Aligned Planner, Tracker and Assessment Resources

A variety of printable resources that you can copy for yourself and/or your learners are included at the end of the lesson plans in this book. They include:

  1. Resource sheets: These comprise a variety of teaching and learning aids that are needed in certain lessons. The specific resource sheet, and the number of copies needed, is noted in the relevant lesson plan and in the tracker so that you can prepare them in
  2. Mental mathematics challenge cards: A pack of eight mental mathematics challenge cards (solutions are provided) are included to allow for routine weekly mental mathematics activities that you can
  3. Enrichment activity cards: A pack of 32 enrichment activity cards (solutions are provided) are included for learners who complete the day’s classwork activities ahead of the

The lesson plans give detailed information about  how to teach a CAPS-aligned lesson every day. By following the lesson plans, you will ensure that you cover the content and assessment tasks specified    in the curriculum and give your learners the best possible chance of developing the knowledge and skills required for Mathematics in this grade.

DOWNLOAD THE 2021 GRADE 1 TERM: 1 MATHEMATICS TEACHER TOOLKIT/LESSON PLANS HERE

These resources have been published by NECT. But What is NECT?
In 2012 our government launched the National Development Plan (NDP) as a way to eliminate poverty and reduce inequality by the year 2030. Improving education is an important goal in the NDP which states that 90% of learners will pass Maths, Science and languages with at least 50% by 2030. This is a very ambitious goal for the DBE to achieve on its own, so the NECT was established in 2015 to assist in improving education.
The NECT has successfully brought together groups of people interested in education so that we can work collaboratively to improve education. These groups include the teacher unions, businesses, religious groups, trusts, foundations and NGOs

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