Grade 5 Term 4 Exam Resources

Grade 5 Term 4 exam resources  Teacha!

It’s the last exam period for the year and certainly the scariest! Not to worry, though! We’ve got all the resources you need to set your students up to achieve success. This collection of Grade 5 Term 4 exam resources contains tests, exams, and summaries for a number of subjects, including Afrikaans, Mathematics, History, and Geography. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Browse all of our exam resources for Term 4

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Social sciences - geography

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Grade 5 Term 4 Geography exam

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This product can be used as your Term 4 examination, a revision or practice test, or even as extension activities for the different terms. It is in Word for ease of use.

This paper is also available in Afrikaans.

This paper consists of 70 marks and 11 questions. The Blooms levels are indicated in the memorandum. It covers content learnt in Terms 1, 3 and 4 Geography as per CAPS requirements. Grade 5 only requires a paper to be out of 30 so you need to remove some of the questions. Please adjust to your needs and the content you covered in class. As you adjust the paper, so the Blooms levels will also need to adjust.

There are a variety of questioning types: Mix and match, map work, true or false, multiple choice etc.  A lot of the questions are source-based. This paper covers the following topics (each one its own question number)

·        Map skills:

-      Southern Africa

-      The continents

·        Weather and climate:

-      Elements of weather

-      Weather forecasts

-      Rainfall graph

·        Mining:

-      Definitions

-      Main minerals in SA and their uses

-      Coal as a non-renewable resource

-      Location of coal and mineral mines

-      Open-pit and shaft mining

-      Case study: The Big Hole.    

I trust this product will be useful for you. 

You may not sell, share or redistribute the contents of this file, electronically or in hard copy, without my permission.

Social sciences - history

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Grade 5 Term 4 History Summary 2022

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Grade 5 Term 4 History Summary 2022 According to the Platinum Series All units covered under: - The names of provinces and their capitals - What is inheritance? - Heritage sites of great significance: The Cradle of Humankind - Gauteng - Heritage in objects: Gold objects at Mapungubwe - Limpop - Heritage in people's achievements: Frances Baard - North Cape - Heritage in names: Gariepdam - Free State - Heritage and changed identities: The Castle - Western Cape - Heritage in indigenous medicine: The healing properties of the aloe - Eastern Cape - Heritage in architecture: Klipmuurdorp Kaditshwene - North West - Natural heritage and indigenous knowledge systems: Makhonjwa Mountains - Mpumalanga - Heritage in art: San rock art in the Drakensberg - KwaZulu-Natal   Grade 5 Term 4 History Summary 2022 According to the Platinum Series All units covered under: - The names of provinces and their capitals - What is inheritance? - Heritage sites of great significance: The Cradle of Humankind - Gauteng - Heritage in objects: Gold objects at Mapungubwe - Limpop - Heritage in people's achievements: Frances Baard - North Cape - Heritage in names: Gariepdam - Free State - Heritage and changed identities: The Castle - Western Cape - Heritage in indigenous medicine: The healing properties of the aloe - Eastern Cape - Heritage in architecture: Klipmuurdorp Kaditshwene - North West - Natural heritage and indigenous knowledge systems: Makhonjwa Mountains - Mpumalanga - Heritage in art: San rock art in the Drakensberg - KwaZulu-Natal   Grade 5 Term 4 History Summary 2022 According to the Platinum Series All units covered under: - The names of provinces and their capitals - What is inheritance? - Heritage sites of great significance: The Cradle of Humankind - Gauteng - Heritage in objects: Gold objects at Mapungubwe - Limpop - Heritage in people's achievements: Frances Baard - North Cape - Heritage in names: Gariepdam - Free State - Heritage and changed identities: The Castle - Western Cape - Heritage in indigenous medicine: The healing properties of the aloe - Eastern Cape - Heritage in architecture: Klipmuurdorp Kaditshwene - North West - Natural heritage and indigenous knowledge systems: Makhonjwa Mountains - Mpumalanga - Heritage in art: San rock art in the Drakensberg - KwaZulu-Natal   Grade 5 Term 4 History Summary 2022 According to the Platinum Series All units covered under: - The names of provinces and their capitals - What is inheritance? - Heritage sites of great significance: The Cradle of Humankind - Gauteng - Heritage in objects: Gold objects at Mapungubwe - Limpop - Heritage in people's achievements: Frances Baard - North Cape - Heritage in names: Gariepdam - Free State - Heritage and changed identities: The Castle - Western Cape - Heritage in indigenous medicine: The healing properties of the aloe - Eastern Cape - Heritage in architecture: Klipmuurdorp Kaditshwene - North West - Natural heritage and indigenous knowledge systems: Makhonjwa Mountains - Mpumalanga - Heritage in art: San rock art in the Drakensberg - KwaZulu-Natal