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ENGLISH
PAPER 1
Parts of speech
Phrases & Clauses
Punctuation
Textual Editing
Style & Diction
Style & Sentence Structure
Comprehension
Summary
Advertising
Emotive Language
Cartoons
Other Aspects of Media (Graphs)
Dictionary Work
Figures of Speech
Words easily confused
Antonyms & Synonyms
Direct and Indirect Speech
Active and Passive Voice
Study all notes in file and work done in exercise book

PAPER 2
FIGURES OF SPEECH

POETRY:
1.   Ozymandias
2.   An Irish Airman forsees his Death
3.   Mushrooms
4.   On the Move
5.   Futility
6.   The Wild Doves at Louis Trichardt
7.   Walking Away
8.   Old Folks Laugh
9.   An Abandoned Bundle

DRAMA:
MACBETH – Read notes in file and work done in exercise book but study Act 5 well.

NOVEL:
GATSBY – Study notes in file and work done in exercise book. Pay attention to the characters
as they are portrayed in chapters 1-4.




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AFRIKAANS
VRAESTEL 1:
1. Woororde
2. Meervoude
3. Verkleinwoorde
4. Trappe Van Vergelyking
5. Byvoeglike naamwoorde
6. Geslag
7. Tye
8. Voegwoorde
9. Ontkennende vorm
10. Voornaamwoorde
12. Betreklike Voornaamwoorde
13. Lydende en Bedrywende vorm
14. Direkte en Indirekte Rede
15. Infinitief
16. Bywoorde
17. Voorsetsels
18. Afkortings
19. Tyd en Getalle
20. Samestellings
21. Antonieme
22. Sinonieme
23. Intensiewe
24. Vergelykings
25. Idiome

VRAESTEL 2:
PROSA :      Julle vermoor onsberg _ Magnus Brand
POESIE: 1.   Rondloper – N.P. Van Wyk Louw
        2.    Legende van die watersoekers – George Weidema
        3.    Bokser (bepeins) slaan toe toe. – Pirow Bekker



MATHEMATICS
PAPER 1
DATE :     2010
TIME : 3 HOURS
MARKS : 150

CHAPTER 1: PG 1 : NUMBERS,EXPONENTS AND SEQUENCES

   1. Must know the Number System.
   2. Exponents Pg 5 - 12
   3. Number sequences.
  EXAMINATION AID : A 1 : Number system.
                                     Exponents & surds.
                                     Number Patterns.

CHAPTER 2 : PG 21 : FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS
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   1. Simple & Compound Interest.
   2. Calculation of Interest Rates.
   3. Nominal & Effective Interest Rates.
   4. Time Lines
   5. Depreciation Pg 39 - 46
   EXAMINATION AID : Financial Mathematics

CHAPTER 3 : PG 50 : ALGEBRA

   1. Algebriac Fractions Pg 50 – 58
   2. Completing the square
   3. Max/Min values of Quadratic expressions.
   EXAMINATION AID : A1 : Algebriac Fractions

CHAPTER 4 : PG 66 : QUADRATIC EQUATIONS AND INEQUALITIES

   1.   Quadratic equations Pg 66 – 79
          a) Factorisation
                                                2.

         b) Fractions
         c) Substitution
         d) Squaring both sides.
         e) Completing the square
         f) Using the Quadratic Formula
   2. Simultaneous Equations.
   3. Quadratic equation from roots.
   4. Mathematical Modelling.
   5. Distance, Speed & time problems.
   6. Rate of flow problems.
   7. Inequalities Pg 90 - 92
  EXAMINATION AID : A1 : ALGEBRA : QUADRATIC EQUATIONS :
                              QUADRATIC INEQUALITIES :
                              SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS :
                              MATHEMATICAL MODELLING

CHAPTER 5 : PG 95 : FUNCTIONS (EXCLUDING HE SINE, COSINE &
            TANGENT GRAPHS)

   1. Functions Pg 96 – 100
   2. Sketching the graphs. Pg 100 – 106
   3. Find the equation of a function. Pg 107 – 111
   4. Sketching Parabolas; Gradient of a curve at a point; Deductions from sketch graphs. Pg 112 –
      121
  EXAMINATION AID : A1 : Functions; Graphs (Excluding the Sin, Cos & Tan
    graphs.)

CHAPTER 14 : PG 334 : LINEAR PROGRAMMING

   1. Linear Programming : Pg 334 – 353
   EXAMINATION AID : A1 : Linear Programming

PAPER 2

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DATE : 3 NOVEMBER 2010
TIME : 3 HOURS
MARKS : 150

CHAPTER 12 : VOLUME AND SURFACE AREA (PG 292)
1) AREA ,VOLUME AND SURFACE AREA (EX 12.1-EX 12.2)
2) SIN RULE (EX 12.5)
3) COS RULE (EX 12.8)
4) AREA RULE (EX 12.3)
5 )APPLICATIONS (EX 12.9-12.10)

CHAPTER 10 : ANALITICAL GEOMETRY (PG 249)
1) PROVE A CERTAIN QUADRILATERAL
2) DETERMINE COORDINATES AND POINTS OF INTERSECTION
3) PROVE RIGHT-ANGLED ANGLE
4) AREA
5) CALCULATE THE SIZE OF β
6) CALCULATE THE MIDPOINT
7) DETERMINE THE EQUATION OF THE STRAIGHT LINE
8) CALCULATE THE GRADIENT
9) PERIMETER

CHAPTER 11 : TRANSFORMATIONS (PG 272)
1) STATE THE GENERAL RULE FOR THE COORDINATES REPRESENTING THE
   TRANSFORMATION
2) DESCRIBE TRANSFORMATIONS
3) REFLECTION
4) ENLARGEMENT
5) AREA
6) ROTATION

CHAPTER 8 : DATA HANDLING (PG 185)
1) MEDIAN
2) UPPER AND LOWER QUARTILES
3) BOX AND WHISKER DIAGRAM
4) SCATTER PLOT
5) CUMMULATIVE FREQUENCY
6) DRAW THE OGIVE
7) VARIANCE OF THE POINT
8) STANDARD DEVIATION

CHAPTER 9 : TRIGONOMETRY (PG 217)
1) DEFINITIONS (EX 9.2 - EX 9.3)
2) SPECIAL ANGLES (EX 9.6)
3)REDUCTION FORMULAS (EX 9.8 - 9.13)
4) IDENTITIES (EX 9.15)
5) EQUATIONS (EX 9.20)



MATHEMATICAL LITERACY
Paper 1
Time: 2½ hours              Marks: 100


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    1.    Write percentage as a fraction in the simplest form.
    2.    Increase or decrease a number by a given percentage.
    3.    Ratio and rate.
    4.    Conversion of units and currencies.
    5.    Represent numbers in scientific notation.
    6.    Simplification of exponents.
    7.    Calculating simple interest and compound interest.
    8.    Cost price, selling price and profit/loss.
    9.    Direct and inverse proportions.
    10.   Complete a table by using the given formula showing break even points.
    11.   Length, Perimeter and Areas of triangles, rectangles, squares and kites.
    12.   Application of theorem of Pythagoras.
    13.   Scales, views, maps and floor plans.
    14.   Data handling, Tally marks and frequency.
    15.   Find Mean, Median, Mode, Range and Quartiles.
    16.   Representation of data as bar graph, histogram frequency polygon and pie chart.
    17.   Probability.


Paper 2
Time: 2½ hours                        Marks: 100

    18.   Planning a budget.
    19.   Increase or decrease a number by a given percentage.
    20.   Ratio and rate.
    21.   Exchange rate and conversion of currencies.
    22.   Simplification of fractions and exponents.
    23.   Calculating simple interest and compound interest.
    24.   Cost price, selling price and profit/loss.
    25.   Direct and inverse proportions.
    26.   Complete a table by using the given formula showing break even points.
    27.   Length, Perimeter and Areas of triangles, rectangles, squares and kites.
    28.   Application of theorem of Pythagoras.
    29.   Scales, views, maps and floor plans.
    30.   Data handling, Tally marks and frequency.
    31.   Find Mean, Median, Mode, Range.
    32.   Quartiles and inter quartile range.
    33.   Representation of data as bar graph, histogram frequency polygon and pie chart.
    34.   Reading information from ogive curves.
    35.   Probability of combined events occurring at the same time..

ACCOUNTING
MODULE 1:
Bank reconciliation statements Page 14 - 55

MODULE 2:
Fixed assets and asset disposal Page 57 - 92
(Make sure that you are able to draw a time line and calculate depreciation
for both methods. The following accounts are important:
Vehicles / equipment; Accumulated depreciation on vehicles / equipment;
Depreciation and Asset disposal)

MODULE 3:
Partnerships Page 94 – 129

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(The following accounts are important – Current account and Appropriation
account)

MODULE 4: (All of this module is very important)
Financial statements of partnerships (make sure that you know the format of
the financial statements including the notes to the financial statements)
Page 131 - 180
Advanced interpretation of financial statements Page 181 -183
Using financial indicators and analysing financial statements (The formulas of
all indicators must be known for you to be able to calculate and analysing the
indicators)

MODULE 6:
VAT Page 309 - 314
(You need to know how VAT is calculated)

MODULE 7:
Costing in a manufacturing environment P317 - 338
(The following accounts are important: Raw (Direct) material stock account;
Work-in-progress stock account; Finished goods stock account; Direct labour
cost account; Raw materials stock account and Factory overhead cost
account. You have to be able to classify the different costs – know the
definitions.)

MODULE 8:
Cash budgets and projected income statements Page 340 – 372
(You need to know the cash budget for a retail business – the Debtors’
collection schedule is very important.)

MODULE 9:
Inventory systems Page 374 – 420
[The following is important: Difference between the two systems; the ledger
accounts for the periodic system (Purchases and Trading account);
accounting equation; calculation of cost of sales, mark-up and gross profit in
the periodic system; year- end procedures only the sequence of entries Page
408 - 409]
[You do not have to know the journals]

MODULE 10:
Only the following:
       Internal control – see your notes
       The role of independent auditors (Page 428 – 429)
       The role of internal auditors (Page 429)

MODULE 11:
Only the following:
       Ethics in business (Page 443)
       Transparency and Accountability (Page 444)
       The King Code (Page 454)

Remember:
There will be theory questions!

To prepare the following will be useful:
      Tasks done for homework

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       All tests, the mid-year examination, the case studies and the project.



PHYSICAL SCIENCE
    GR 11 P1 (3 HOURS 150 MARKS)

    1. CHAPTER 2                 FORCES
    2. CHAPTER 3                 MOMENTUM
    3. CHAPTER 4                 IMPULSE, NEWTON’S 2’ND LAW
    4. CHAPTER 5                 GRAVITATIONAL FORCE
    5. CHAPTER 6                 LENSES
    6. CHAPTER 7                 LENSES AT WORK
    7. CHAPTER 10                ELECTROSTATICS
    8. CHAPTER 11                ELECTRIC CIRCUITS
    9. CHAPTER 12                ELECTROMAGNETISM
    10. CHAPTER 14               SEMI-CONDUCTORS
                                 Pg 14.13 – 14.14.6

    11. GR 11 P2 (3 HOURS 150 MARKS)

    12. CHAPTER 14               CHEMICAL BONDING
    13. CHAPTER 15               CHEMICAL CALCULATIONS
    14. CHAPTER 16               KINETIC THEORY AND GAS LAWS
    15. CHAPTER 17               TYPES OF REACTION – OXIDATION NUMBERS
                                 Pg 17.1 – 17.7
    16. CHAPTER 19               THE ATMOSPHERE
    17. CHAPTER 20               EXPLOITING THE EARTH’S CRUST
                                 Pg 20.1 – 20.10

    SECTION A           =        25

    SECTION B           =        125

LIFE SCIENCE
Consist of TWO papers namely paper1 and paper 2.
The knowledge area, duration and mark allocation for each paper is indicated in the table below.
PAPER                           PAPER 1                           PAPER 2
Knowledge                              Tissues, Cells                      Environmental
Areas.                                and molecular                      Studies
                                      Studies                            (50%)
                                      (60%)
                                       Structure and                       Diversity,
                                      Control of                         Change and
                                      Processes in                       Continuity
                                      Basic Life                         (50%)
                                      Systems
                                      (40%)
Duration                            2.5 hours                           2.5 hours

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Mark allocation                       150 marks                         150 marks


Format of the papers (same for both papers)
SECTION                          DESCRIPTION                    MARKS
A.                               Will consist of a variety      50
                                 questions such as multiple
                                 choice, terminology, matching
                                 items, diagrams, etc.
                                 All questions are compulsory
B.                               Two questions of 30 marks or 60
                                 three of 20 marks which assess
                                 a variety of skills and
                                 competences
                                 Questions may have sub-
                                 questions.
                                 Questions may be
                                 based on data in various
                                 forms, paragraphs, drawings,
                                 etc.

C.                               First part will consist of one   40
                                 question based on a case study
                                 or question based on data
                                 analysis and interpretation.
                                 Second part consists of an
                                 essay.



Paper I
Diagrams:
   1. Support and transport in Plants
        External structure of the root-fig.1.2
        Transverse section through root – fig.1.3
        Transverse section through stem- p9.
        Water transport ways in root-fig 1.11
        Practical Act. 1.7
        Section through leaf showing loss of water-fig 1.16
   2. Supporting systems and movement in animals.
        Labeling of skeleton-p 9
        Structure of long bone-fig.2.11
        Synovial joint-fig.2.15
   3. Transport in animals.
        Blood vessels-fig 3.2
        How blood flows in blood vessels-fig.3.3
        Internal structure of the heart-fig3.4
        Exchange of substances-fig.3.9
   4. Excretory system
        Position of the kidneys and associated structures in the human body-p2
        Internal structure of the human kidney-workbook
        Structure of the Malpighian body-p5
        Glomerular filtration-act.4
        Re-absorption from proximal-act 5
        Functioning of the nephron-act 6
        How the kidney machine works-p16.
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   5. Micro-organisms.
       Lifecycle of a virus-fig5.4
   6. Bacteria
       Lifecycle of an endospore-producing bacterium-fig 6.4
   7. Protists.
       Amoeba, plasmodium, Euglena-fig.7.1
   8. Fungi
       Asexual reproduction of bread mould-fig.8.4
   9. Immunity
       Phygocytosis-fig.9.2
       A primary and secondary response-fig.9.5
       Practical-act 9.2
Paper II
   10. Plant and animal diversity of SA.
       Must be able to identify certain structures in the life cycles of different plant classes-workbook
  11. Phylogenic trees-How to use it.
       Identify different body symmetries.
       Life cycle of bilharzias parasite-workbook
       Homologous structures-identification




GEOGRAPHY
Paper 1:         Content of study work:
1. Ecosystems
2. Soil
3. Biomes
4. Hydrological cycle:
        a. Water masses of Africa
        b. El Nino and La Nina
        c. Droughts and floods
        d. Management of hydrological cycles
5. Coastal environments
6. Oceans
7. Population Geography:
        a. Terminology & concepts
        b. Modelling population
        c. Population issues
        d. Population movements
        e. Population needs & energy
8. Development & Sustainability
        a. Development models
        b. Developing countries vs Developed countries
        c. Issues
9. Climatology
        a. Air pressures
        b. Planetary pressure belts
        c. Planetary winds
        d. Tricellular arrangement
        e. Changes in energy balance (ITCZ)

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       f. Coriolis force


Paper 2:
90 minutes (100 marks)
Content of study work:
• All calculations
• GIS
• Projections _ Mercator projection
• Interpretation



COMPUTER APPLICATION TECHNOLOGY
All theory and practical work done until now.




INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
                              Scope: Term 4 Theory Exam
                                      Data Communication
Study Data Communication notes (Only sections on Network Administration,
Topologies, Protocols, Transmission Media and Global Communication)
Textbook: Pages 49 to 87
Make sure you have the skills described on pages 62, 78 and 86.
                                          Hardware
Study the computer architecture notes (All sections on Computing, Motherboard,
Busses, Primary Memory, Machine Cycle, External Bus and Secondary Storage).
Study all acronyms / abbreviations in computer architecture notes.
Study the textbook pages 5 to 30.
Revise all homework questions.
                                       System Software
Study the following sections in the system software notes:
File names and paths, Definition and components of the operating system
Operating system, Drivers, BIOS, Security utilities and viruses, Maintenance Utilities
                             Scope: Term 3 Practical Exam
Program using Delphi and a MS Access database with 2 or 3 tables.
SQL: select, insert, update, delete
SQL functions: count, sum, min, max, avg
Classes (object oriented programming)

Economics
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                                                                                           PAGE
     MODULE                         UNIT                              TOPIC                REFERENCE
                       1. The Factors of Production
1. MACROECONOMICS      and their remuneration            All                               1 - 16
                       2. The uses of economic goods
                       and services                      All                               21 - 38
                       3. South Africa's mixed           3. South Africa's mixed
                       economy                           economy                           45 - 47
                                                         4. Efficiency in South Africa's
                                                         economy in delivering socio-
                                                         economic services                 47 - 53
                       4. The economic structure of
                       South Africa                      Background                        59 - 61
                                                         1.1 Primary sector
                                                         composition                       61
                                                         2.1 Secondary sector
                                                         composition                       65
                                                         3.1 Tertiary sector
                                                         composition                       68

                                                         4. South African infrastructure   70 - 74


                       1. The relationships between
2. MICROECONOMICS      markets                           All                               75 - 98
                       2. The effects of cost and
                       revenue on prices and levels of
                       production                        3. Short-run costs                105 - 107
                                                         4. Long-run costs                 108 - 110
                       3. Price elasticity               All                               117 - 134


3. ECONOMIC            1. Economic growth and the        2.2.3 Measuring income
PURSUITS               standard of living                inequality                        141 - 143
                                                         3. Redistribution methods         144 - 146
                                                         5. Standard of living             150 - 151
                       2. Characteristics of
                       developing countries              1. Economic development           155 - 158
                                                         2. Characteristics of
                                                         developing countries              158 - 160
                                                         5. Indigenous Knowledge
                                                         Systems                           168 - 169

                       3. Money and banking in
                       South Africa                      iii. Inflation targets            194
                                                         iv. Effects of changes in
                                                         interest rates                    199
                                                         4. Central banking                200 - 202
                                                         5. Bank failures and
                                                         consequences                      202 - 203
                       4. South Afrrica's role and
                       relative importance in Africa     3. Economic co-operation


4. CONTEMPORARY        1. Poverty                        All                               229 - 247

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                                                 1. The meaning of
 ECONOMIC ISSUES    2. Globalisation             globalisation (introduction)    251

                                                 (a) Trade                       251 - 252
                                                 2. Causes of globalisation      256 - 259
                                                 3. Consequences of
                                                 globalisation                   260 - 263
                                                 4. Absolute and comparative
                                                 advantages and disadvantages    263 - 266
                                                 5. The North-South divide
                                                 (Only introductory paragraph)   267




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FORMAT OF EXAM PAPER:
Section A: 50 Marks (25 minutes)
Compulsory
    • Multiple choice (20 Marks)
    • Match the column (20 Marks)
    • True and false (10 Marks)

Section B: 150 Marks (25 minutes per question)
Five questions will be given, of which each count 50 marks.
Select any 3 questions from this section.
Questions will include the following:
    • Fill in questions
    • Short questions. E.g. Name, tabulate, describe etc.
    • Questions based on extracts, tables or graphs.
    • Extracts based on current economic events.

Section C: 100 Marks (40 minutes per question)
Four questions will be given, of which each count 50 marks.
Select only 2 questions from this section.
Questions in this section will be essay type questions that require an introduction, body and
conclusion.
You are required to make use of headings, point form and full sentences to ensure your essay is
logically presented.

TOTAL: 300 MARKS
TIME: 3 HOURS


BUSINESS STUDIES
Business Environments (LO 1)

Page 3 – 18
   • Compare and describe the extend to which a business can control and influence the micro
        (internal) , market and macro business environments. (AS 1)
   • Identify and discuss hoe a business constantly needs to adapt to the challenges of the
        micro, market and macro business environment. (AS 2)
   • Analyse and interpret the impact and challenges of socio – economic issues on business
        operations and make decisions for specific business situation. (AS 3)
   • Identify and investigate the links between various primary, secondary and tertiary
        enterprises. (AS 4)


Business Ventures (LO 2)

Page 23 – 36

    •   Analyse the degree to which a business embraces entrepreneurial qualities. (AS 1)
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   •    Collaboratively independently transform a business plan into an action plan.
        (AS 2)
   •    Collaboratively or independently start a business venture based on an action plan. (AS 3)
   •    Present a variety of business related information clearly and accurately in verbal and non
        verbal formal (including graphs), and respond professionally to questions and feedback.
        (AS 4)
   •    Investigate avenues of acquiring businesses (e.g. Franchising, outsourcing and leasing)
        and discuss their advantages and disadvantages as well as their contractual implications.
        (AS 5)
   •    Discuss the benefits and challenges of establishing a company versus other forms of
        ownership (Including taxation issues) (AS 6)

Business roles ( LO 3)

Page 46 – 64

   •    Discuss the theories and principles of professionalism and ethics, and explore how they
        relate to the business environment.
   •    Apply the principles and skills of professionalism, responsible, ethical and effective
        business practice to carry out business ventures.
   •    Explain and apply concepts relating to stress, crisis and change management.
   •    Describe team dynamics theories and use them to analyse specific specific business based
        case studies.
   •    Analyse the citizenship roles and responsibilities that business practitioners need to
        perform within a business environment.

Business Ventures ( LO 4)

Page 70 – 95

    •   Analyze and discuss the following aspects of the marketing function.
           1. Marketing activities
           2. Product policy
           3. Pricing policy
           4. Distribution
           5. Marketing communication
           6. Foreign marketing

    •   Select a marketing activity and carry it out to achieve and identified business objective
    •   Analyze and discuss the following aspects of the production function
            1. Systems
            2. Production planning
            3. Safety management
            4. Quality control
            5. Production costs
N.B. FORMAT
Section A = 40
Section B = 180
Section C = 80

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TOTAL = 300 MARKS




“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in a moment
of comfort and convenience, but where he stands in times of
challenge.” Martin Luther King

             We believe in you. Go for gold!




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