Syllabus for Foreign Languages (Chinese, French, Kiswahili and Portuguese) is designed to introduce a Foreign Language base for Junior level and develop communicative and functional skills for learners. It takes into account the importance of Foreign Languages as a communicative tool for cultural, religious, social and economic development. The syllabus recognises the use of a Foreign Language as a tool for inclusivity that encourages learners to appreciate diversity and differences.
By the end of the junior course learners should be able to:
- Listen attentively for communication.
- Reproduce sounds in the target language well enough for a native speaker to understand.
- Read a variety of Foreign Language texts for comprehension purposes.
- Write accurately in a Foreign Language observing use of accents where necessary.
- Communicate needs, emotions and feelings in formal and informal situations.
- Respond to brief and direct questions as well as instructions.
- Utilise ICTs in aspects of learning, speaking, reading and writing.
- Demonstrate Unhu/Ubuntu/Vumunhu in both written and spoken discourse in relation to appropriate use of register.
- Initiate conversations.
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 30 hours
- Skill level Beginner
- Language English
- Students 280
- Assessments Yes