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So. Do you think the concept map method is the same as writing a test? No, I will, I will not think so. Ok. What makes it different? Writing a test, you being driven to one answer whereas when following a concept map It leads you to different channels which you can follow. Let‟s see. Do you think you would use a concept map in your class room as form of assessment? I would to a certain extent, yes. I think it needs to be limited. As I have explained to you earlier it is brought. Forming concepts. And to use it as a form of a class test. I think especially with the, taking the learners abilities into consideration. So I think when using this you need to strategise it, as to what it is that you want to achieve. Now. Just a follow up on that question. If you have a concept map or the idea, how will you use it as a class test?

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As I have stated on my drawing. You need to move from the concrete to the abstract. Which will imply that in making the learners aware of what is happenins around them, and then exploring it from there so when formulating your test the learners can, are able move from where they are to where they can develop. I think in that way they are more able to realize how the test should be formed or what their standards are or their assessment. What does integration in the NCS mean to you or how do you understand integration I believe, and I‟m positive in saying this. I Believe, That having clear systems in place make the learners see that what you are

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