EasyPass cloud worksheets

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Online exercises and assessments for learners and educators

EasyPass resides on VirtualAssessor, the Eduflex assessment platform. EasyPass helps you approach your studying and exams with confidence. We have created worksheets across a range of subjects for Grades 10-12 to provide learners with a thorough test of their knowledge. Subjects include Maths and Physical Science.

Online worksheets

The EasyPass CAPS-aligned worksheets include various self-marking questions to identify gaps in a learner’s knowledge base. The worksheets are designed to assist learners in revising and preparing for their exams so they will know in which areas they are strong and well-prepared and in which subject areas they need to go back and revise again or get help from their educators.

Developed by qualified and experienced teachers

EasyPass was established by a group of educators with a wide range of experience and expertise in the public and private education and training arenas. Their objective was to create tools for learners/students/teachers/tutors to use that allow for focused learning interventions and help to build exam confidence in. The databank of questions per subject will provide learners with a challenging test of their subject knowledge. The worksheets provide questions of various types that will help you identify the topics you need to focus your revision on. Questions in this format enable you to test retention of what you have already learned, as well as your understanding of the subject.

Benefits to Learners

  • You can do these worksheets as many times as you like – practise, practise, practise!
  • You can do these worksheets at any time of the day or night from any device.
  • The system randomises the questions so that you see different questions when you repeat a topic.
  • After you have answered each question, you will get immediate feedback with an explanation about the correct answer.
  • You can review your worksheets and your progress throughout out the year.
  • You can determine your weak topics for each subject and then focus your revision on these areas.
  • You will increase your knowledge, because the questions will aid your understanding and retention.

Benefits to Educators

  • Worksheets can be used for homework / classwork assignments.
  • Worksheets make excellent remedial & revision resources.
  • Assessments can be set up using the question banks.
  • Different questions can be selected for different purposes.
  • Detailed reporting and tracking assists Educators to determine which learners and topics need more attention.

Benefits to College/University Students

EasyPass cloud worksheets provide bridging support to students at college or university who need revision of matric subjects such as maths, physical science, accounting, English.

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Subjects: Grade 12

  • Financial accounting – Close corporations – Accounting concepts unique to close corporations.
  • Financial accounting – Companies –  Accounting concepts; cycle; equation; final accounts and financial statements.
  • Reconciliations – debtors and creditors; bank.
  • VAT.
  • Budgeting – cash budget; projected income statement.
  • Cost accounting – concepts unique to manufacturing; reporting and analysis on cost information.
  • Ethics.
  • Fixed assets – movement of fixed assets.
  • Internal control  and audit processes.
  • Inventory systems.
Afrikaans (FAL)
  • Afkortings.
  • Algemeen.
  • Begripstoets.
  • Direkte en indirekte rede.
  • Figuurlike taal – idiomatiese taalgebruik; idiomatiese vergelykings; vaste uitdrukkings; idiomatiese uitdrukkings.
  • Intensiewe vorm.
  • Lydende en bedrywende vorm.
  • Meervoude en verkleinwoorde.
  • Negatiewe vorm.
  • Sinskonstruksie en spelling.
  • Sinsoorte.
  • Trappe van vergelyking.
  • Vergelykings.
  • Vertalings.
  • Voegwoorde.
  • Voorsetels.
Business Studies
  • Business situations/challenges.
  • Creative thinking.
  • Career paths.
  • Micro, macro and market environments.
  • Control over business environments.
  • Forms of ownership.
  • Human resources function.
  • Team roles and performance; conflict management.
  • Labour relations.
  • Legislation.
  • Professionalism and ethics.
  • Quality performance and business roles.
  • Strategic planning.
  • Investment – securities and insurance.
  • Successful business.
Computer Applications Technology
  • Information management.
  • Internet technologies.
  • Network technologies.
  • System technologies.
  • Solution development.
  • Social implications.
Consumer Studies
  • The consumer – contracts; municipal services; water and electricity; taxes, interest rates and inflation.
  • Clothing – the world of work; textiles and the environment; fashion trends; production and marketing.
  • Food and nutrition – additives; labelling; safety; health conditions.
  • Housing and interior – acquisition options; financing; appliances.
  • Entrepreneurship – a suitable product; production and marketing; production and quality.
  • Business cycles.
  • Circular flow.
  • Dynamics of markets.
  • Economic and social indicators.
  • Economic growth and development.
  • Environment.
  • Growth and development policies of international benchmarks.
  • Industrial and regional development.
  • Inflation.
  • International trade.
  • Public sector.
  • Tourism.
  • Trade policies.
  • Comprehension and grammar:
    •  poems
    •  articles
    •  advertisements
    • letters
  • Grammar and vocabulary.
  • Economic geography – agriculture; mining; informal sector; secondary and tertiary sectors; strategies for industrial development; structure of the economy.
  • Geomorphology – catchment and river management; drainage systems; fluvial processes.
  • Rural and urban settlement – rural settlement issues; urban settlement issues; urban hierarchies; urban structure and growth.
  • Weather and climate.
  • Skills and techniques.
  • Civil society protest in South Africa:
    • Steve Biko
    • Soweto uprising
    • the 1980s – Apartheid intensified
  • Civil society protest:
    • campaign for nuclear disarmament; womens’ liberation; the swinging sixties
  • Civil rights movement in USA:
    • Martin Luther King; Malcolm X; civil disobedience
  • Cold war:
    • Berlin crisis
    • Cuban missile crisis
    • How did Vietnam defeat the USA (1954-1975)
    • The rise of China after 1949
  • The coming of democracy in South Africa:
    • TRC
    • Dealing with the past and facing the future
    • SA’s transition from apartheid to democracy
  • Independent Africa:
    • The Congo – 1960s – 1970s
    • Africa in the Cold War – Angola; Tanzania
  • New global world order – collapse of the USSR (1989) and its impact.
Life Sciences
  • Life at the molecular, cellular and tissue level – DNA; meiosis; genetics and inheritance.
  • Life processes in  plants and animals – human reproduction; reproduction in vertebrates;   responding to the environment (humans and plants); homeostasis; human endocrine system.
  • Diversity, change and continuity.
  • Environmental studies – human impact.
  • Calculus; Remainder and factor theorem.
  • Basic algebra; equations and inequalities.
  • Finance, growth and decay; Simple and Compound interest.
  • Functions and graphs (linear, quadratic and higher-order polynomials; exponential and log functions; hyperbolic functions; inverses).
  • Number patterns; sequences and series.
  • Probability.
  • Statistics – Bivariate data; Mean, median and mode; percentiles; graphs and scatter plots; variance and standard deviation; skewed data.
  • Analytical geometry – Cartesian co-ordinate system; straight line equations (parallel and perpendicular); equations of circles and their tangents.
  • Euclidean geometry.
  • Trigonometry -Trig. functions and identities; solving trig. equations; solving 2 and 3 dimensional problems.
Maths Literacy
  • Data handling – interpreting graphs and tables; percentiles; box and whisker diagrams.
  • Measurement – timetables; temperature; mass; perimeter, area and volume.
  • Maps, plans and scales.
  • Finance – interest; exchange rates; income and budgets; tariff systems.
  •  Numbers and calculations – proportion and ratios.
  • Musical theatre.
  • Opera.
  • Concert.
  • Symphony.
  • Art song.
  • Jazz.
  • Popular music.
  • SA composers.
  • SA contemporary.
  • SA music rights.
Physical Science
  • Physics – Electricity and magnetism:
    • Electric circuits
    • Electrodynamics
  • Physics – Mechanics:
    • Momentum and impulse
    • Vertical projectile motion
    • Work, energy and power
  • Physics – Waves, sound and light
  • Physics – Matter and materials
  • Chemistry – Chemical change:
    • Acids and bases
    • Rate and extent of reaction
    • Equilibrium
    • Electrochemical reactions
  • Chemical systems
  • Matter and materials:
    • Organic chemistry
    • Plastics and polymers
  • Isigama.
  • Ulwimi nemigaqo yokusetyenziswa kolwimi.
  • Sicatshulwa.
  • Uhelo nokusetshenziswa kolimi.
  • Ukuqonda.
  • Okubukwayo.
  • Silulumagama.

Subjects: Grades 10 and 11

Computer Applications Technology
Consumer Studies
Life Science
Physical Science

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