Teaching Citizenship Education as a Learning Outcome of Life Orientation in a Divesre Ex-Model C High School

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  • Mabatho Sedibe

Abstract

Life Orientation (LO) subject in schools (school and guidance) is based on the belief that its uniqueness forms the foundation of holistic development of the learner, guided by learning outcomes which focus on personal, social, career and physical and recreational development. LO also focuses on the diversity of learners as human beings in their totality as the self in relation to society. The research therefore explores teachers teaching Citizenship Education as a Learning Outcome of LO in a diverse Ex Model C high school. It attempts to provide information that can assist the schools and the Department of Education to further review the present policies in LO. The research adopted a qualitative interpretive approach, where LO teachers were interviewed.

DOI: 10.5901/jesr.2014.v4n3p59

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2014-05-02

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Sedibe, M. (2014). Teaching Citizenship Education as a Learning Outcome of Life Orientation in a Divesre Ex-Model C High School. Journal of Educational and Social Research, 4(3), 59. Retrieved from https://www.richtmann.org/journal/index.php/jesr/article/view/2694

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