Exam Scopes Grade 4

Scope of exam work
Grade 4 – November 2017 Examination

Question 1
Comprehension: Mona le lefufa di-a bolaya (Multiple choice)

Question 2
Language structure: Kenya matshwao a puo

Question 3
Choose between hore/hobane in order to complete the sentences.

Question 4
Lekgathe lephithi ho ya ho lekgathe lejwale (change the sentence to present tense)

Question 5
Botona le Botshehadi
Fetola mantshwe o a ise ho botona kayza botshebadi

Question 6
Singular and Plural (Bonngwe le bongata)

Life Skills

Section A
Question 1

Cultural groups in South Africa.
Foods from different cultures in South Africa.
Religion and symbols. (Match the symbol to the religious group)

Question 2
Safety in and around water
Dangers around water

Section B
Question 3
Dietary habits of children
Personal and household hygiene

Question 4
Ways in which a person can/cannot get HIV.

Question 5
True or false

Natural Sciences & Technology

Types of energy, pg 142
Input / Output energy pg 150
Steps of technological process, pg 171
Summary, pg 173
Features of Earth, pg 193-195
Continents + islands, pg 195
Atmosphere, pg 198
Word Banks, pg 201
The Earth in space, pg 201 – 202
Summary, pg 213
 Earth around the sun, pg 217
Summary, pg 221
Features of the moon, pg 223
Phases of the moon, pg 228-229
Social Science

Symbols pg 115
Art pg 115
Dance pg 115
The Morse Code pg 121
Match the old forms of communication with the modern forms of communication.
Definitions of electronic, invention and symbol.
How the Son communicated pg 116 – 117
Computers and internet pg 123
Cell phones pg 123
Telegraphs pg 120
When were the radio,typewriter and printer printed?
Television p 122
 Camera p 122


How water is used in our daily lives. P 100
Ways of storing water p 105
Definition of the water cycle and why is a water cycle called a cycle. p 103
The definition of Artificial, sanitation, purification, recycling, diarrhea.
The water use cycle diagram p 109


Degrees of comparison - Suffix
Prefix   - Past tense
Present tense  - Future tense
Synonyms  - Antonyms
Punctuation  - Conjunctions
Adjectives, Adverbs - Subject, Object and verb
Auxiliary verbs


Punktuasie (Punctuation) -Homofone
Intensiewe Vorme  -Verlede Tyd
Direkte en indirekte rede -Meervoude


Tables / Bonds × ÷ 2 - ×÷ 12
Break up numbers (expanded notation)
4218 = 4000 + 200 + 10 + 8
Arrange numbers from biggest to smallest and smallest to biggest.
View of pictures (side, front, top)
Positions of objects on grid.
2D and 3D shapes/objects (Names, face)
Round off to the nearest 10, 100, 1000
Key ideas of Time, Mass, Length, Volume/Capacity
Data Handling –Pictograph, Bar graph, Pie chart, Tallies.
Reading of Mass on scales/number lines.
Time – analogue (12) and digital (24) time on clock.
Fractions <; >; = arrange from biggest to smallest and smallest to biggest.
Equivalent fractions e.g. 1/2=  3/6 etc.
Adding with same denominator e.g. 3/8+  2/8=  5/8
Parts/fraction shaded/not shaded
Perimeter / Area / Volume of shapes (Calculate).
Rules for ÷ X 10, 100, 1000
Flow diagrams (Input, Rule, Output)
Direct operations (Calculations)
Add – 4 digits
Subtract – 4 digits
Multiplication:  3 digits by 1 digit
   2 digits by 2 digits
Division:  3 digits by 1 digits (long multiplication)

Story Sums
Number patterns




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