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Natural Sciences Methodology
CONTRIBUTERS:
MAKHUNGA KX
MOATLHODI TS
RADEBE N
SEKOKODI N
SKOSANA BG
YUNUS NA
Note our one is NOT a formal assessment. It is an
end of the week or topic test.
0
5
10
15
Lower Order Middle Order Higher Order
Adapted
Adapted
0
5
10
15
Lower Order Middle Order Higher Order
Original
O...
The structure of our question paper Q1
QUESTION 2
QUESTION 3
CAPS Cognitive levels for Assessments
Lower order questions
As you can note they all add
up to 12 marks, equal to
40%
OUR QUESTIONS ACCORDING TO BLOOM’S
TAXONOMY
Middle order questions
As you can note they all add
up to 13 marks, equal to
43.33%
The ideal in most of these
questions i...
Higher order questions
As you can note they all add
up to 5 marks, equal to
16.67%
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HOW TO PREPARE AN ASSESSMENT BASED ON THE CAPS DOCUMENT AND BLOOM’S TAXONOMY

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Natural sciences Methodology

  1. 1. Natural Sciences Methodology CONTRIBUTERS: MAKHUNGA KX MOATLHODI TS RADEBE N SEKOKODI N SKOSANA BG YUNUS NA
  2. 2. Note our one is NOT a formal assessment. It is an end of the week or topic test.
  3. 3. 0 5 10 15 Lower Order Middle Order Higher Order Adapted Adapted 0 5 10 15 Lower Order Middle Order Higher Order Original Original We believed that scoring a ½ mark in a higher order question was inappropriate considering the goal of higher order thinking therefor we moved the ½ mark. Note change in mark scheme
  4. 4. The structure of our question paper Q1
  5. 5. QUESTION 2
  6. 6. QUESTION 3
  7. 7. CAPS Cognitive levels for Assessments
  8. 8. Lower order questions As you can note they all add up to 12 marks, equal to 40% OUR QUESTIONS ACCORDING TO BLOOM’S TAXONOMY
  9. 9. Middle order questions As you can note they all add up to 13 marks, equal to 43.33% The ideal in most of these questions is for learners to solve the equations
  10. 10. Higher order questions As you can note they all add up to 5 marks, equal to 16.67%

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