Tourism PAT GR 12 2015 Eng

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TOURISM

GUIDELINES FOR
PRACTICAL ASSESSMENT TASKS

2015

These guidelines consist of 32 pages.

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Tourism

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DBE/PAT 2015

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.

INTRODUCTION

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2.

TEACHER GUIDELINES: ADMINISTRATION, RESPONSIBILITIES
AND MODERATION
2.1
Administration of the PAT
2.1.1
The teacher's PAT portfolio
2.1.2
Management of the PAT
2.2
The responsibility of the teacher
2.3
Moderation of the PAT

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LEARNER GUIDELINES
3.1
Requirements of the PAT
3.2
Timeframes
3.3
Absence/Non-submission of the PAT
3.4
Declaration of Authenticity
3.5
The practical assessment task (PAT)
3.6
Assessment Instrument

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LIST OF RESOURCES
4.1
PAT mark sheet (TOUR01)
4.2
National moderation instrument (TOUR02)
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Regular lesson times should be allocated during Tourism lessons,
e.g. a double lesson every second week, afternoon periods, etc. for learners to complete the PAT under the guidance and supervision of the teacher. A teacher may alternatively block a week per term to complete the PAT under controlled conditions.
It is strongly recommended that marking of the sections of the PAT be done on a continuous basis to monitor individual progress.
Evidence of completed sections of the PAT must be available in the classroom at all times during the course of the year for both internal and external verification and monitoring purposes.
Only templates provided in the official PAT document may be used to standardise the task. Teachers are NOT allowed to develop templates for any other sections of the task.

The responsibility of the teacher
It is the responsibility of the teacher to ensure that all learners complete both phases of the PAT.







Teachers are expected to develop a PAT management plan for both phases of the PAT. The management plan must reflect the teaching, assessment and control of the PAT. This plan must be done at the beginning of the year.
Each learner must receive a copy of the section 'Instructions to Learners'
(pages 5 to 22 of the PAT document and the templates TOUR05 and
TOUR06).
It is the responsibility of the school and the Tourism teacher to provide the resources. Learners could also access additional resources on their own.
Teachers are
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