Product update

Please note the following updates to our BrainlineEXPRESS product noted in the downloadble brochure.

Grade 10-11 Brainlinexpress

The freedom to enjoy learning at your own pace.

BrainlineEXPRESS for Grade 10-11 allows you to choose and source study material for your child/a student, and provides an assessment portfolio that your child/a student can complete at his/her own pace.

Is BrainlineEXPRESS for Grade 10–11 the right product for you?

This is ideal if you:
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Are able to source your child’s/the student’s study material.

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Would like to complete the CAPS/IEB aligned assessment portfolio in your own time and at your own pace.

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Don’t want to be bound by timelines and set schedules.

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Don’t necessarily have regular internet access.

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Still want to comply with the legal requirements.

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Want the option to obtain a Brainline report.

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January to September

Enrol for the EXPRESS portfolio at www.mybrainline.com and Report-2-Go, should you wish to write the final examination through Brainline and receive a formal Brainline report.

June

Complete the included mid-year Self-assessment Portfolio items.

October

Revise the year’s work. Consider enrolling for Report-2-Go to obtain a formal Brainline report.

November

Write the final exam according to the set schedule (if enrolled for Report-2-Go).

December

Receive a Brainline report, if you enrolled for Report-2-Go.

Subject Choices

To qualify for a National Senior Certificate, a learner should complete 7 subjects: one Home Language, an Additional Language, Mathematics or Mathematical Literacy, Life Orientation, and a minimum of 3 NSC approved subjects.

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Languages*

  • Afrikaans Huistaal
  • Afrikaans Eerste Addisionele Taal
  • English Home Language
  • English First Additional Language

*You need to attend a compulsory scheduled oral session in Grade 12 at one of our five branches.

Natural Sciences

  • Physical Sciences*
  • Life Sciences**
  • Agricultural Sciences***

*Mathematics is compulsory.

**Compulsory practical examinations in Grade 12 at a designated Brainline branch. Additional fees apply.

***Life Sciences is recommended.

Economic Sciences

  • Accounting*
  • Business Studies
  • Tourism

*Mathematics is highly recommended.

Mathematical Sciences

  • Mathematics
  • Mathematical Literacy

Music*

*The student must have access to his/her instrument, must have passed at least Grade 2 theory and practical from an accredited examination board, and must be receiving private lessons that focus on (at least) Grade 3 theory and practice.

  • Grade 10: Passed Grade 2, busy with Grade 3 to complete at the end of Grade 10 (Practical & theory.)
  • Grade 11: Passed Grade 3, busy with Grade 4 to complete at the end of Grade 11 (Practical & theory.)
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Engineering Graphics and Design

  • Engineering Graphics and Design*
  • Computer Applications Technology**
  • ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY – Digital Electronics (Grade 10 only)
  • ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY – Electronics (Grade 10 only)

*Additional software required: TurboCAD 21 Deluxe. An A3 printer is required.

*Requires the full professional version of Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint. Microsoft Office 365 containing these full versions will also be accepted. Compulsory practical examination in Grade 12 at a Brainline branch.

Humanities

  • Geography
  • History
  • Life Orientation
Summary
Admission requirements

Successful completion of the previous grade is recommended.

Enrolment period

Enrolment is open throughout the year.

Assessment integrity

Supervision by an independent invigilator is recommended during tests and examinations. An independent invigilator is required during the final examination if enrolled for Report-2-Go.

Report

A senior school EXPRESS learner who wishes to qualify for a Brainline-accredited year-end report, needs to enrol both the grade-appropriate EXPRESS product and the corresponding Report-2-Go product.

Promotion requirements

According to the Draft Policy on Home Education, a parent/guardian may set his/her own promotion and retention requirements, provided these are equal to or exceed the standard requirements as determined by the national promotion criteria.

Overview
The product has been adapted to enable learners to succeed in either the CAPS or the IEB NSC (National Senior Certificate) examinations and is designed to aid seasoned home educators in completing the CAPS compliant year work assessment section of the various grades for each learner.

It offers the opportunity for home educated learners to self-assess their progress through the South African CAPS curriculum (year work), as required both by good educational practice and by law. Homeschooling parents are expected to make use of assessments that have been set by suitably qualified and experienced educators when compiling the annual portfolio of work for each learner.

The portfolio of work provides the necessary measurement of mastery of the required skills that is fundamental to education.

Record of such completed and marked assessments must be kept by the parent as these may be required by a duly authorised person from the Department of Basic Education.

A senior school EXPRESS learner who wishes to qualify for a Brainline-accredited year-end report needs to enrol both the grade-appropriate EXPRESS product and the corresponding Report-2-Go product.

The REPORT-2-GO option includes:

  • Early access to the compulsory Oral Assessments that need to be completed and submitted for marking by Brainline, in both the selected Home Language and First Additional Language;
  • Early access to the compulsory PATs that need to be completed and submitted for marking by Brainline in relevant subjects;
  • Year-end access to the IEB-aligned subject content resources, for use in preparation for the final examinations, including
    • All recorded teaching sessions/lessons;
    • Content resources (such as notes, PowerPoint presentations, videos, additional past papers);
  • A fixed year-end examination timetable for the learner’s chosen subjects which:
    • must be written on the prescribed dates and times;
    • must be submitted via the learner management portal (www.brainonline.com);
    • will be marked by Brainline
  • A Brainline-accredited year-end Report-2-Go report. The report is composed of marks from the compulsory
    • Oral assessments;
    • PATs in relevant subjects; and
    • year-end exams which, depending on the subject (e.g. Computer Application Technology), may include a practical examination all of which will be marked by Brainline.

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The senior school EXPRESS product includes:

  • assessment items for year work to be a done by learners either under supervision of an invigilator (mostly controlled tests) or as their own work (mostly tasks and assignments);
  • marking guidelines for use by parents when marking completed tasks and formal tests;
  • a cover sheet to record all marks;
  • a safe virtual (cloud) storage space to save the work portfolio for record-keeping purposes. (Note that the uploaded portfolio of year work will not be marked or moderated by Brainline.)

The senior school EXPRESS product excludes:

  • Teacher support (via any communication platform);
  • Live and/or recorded teaching sessions/lessons;
  • Content resources (such as notes, PowerPoint presentations, videos, additional past papers);
  • Technical support should issue be experienced by client malfunctioning hardware or software. (Note that the latter should not occur as the product is supplied in simple .pdf form.)
  • Final year-end examinations;
  • An academic report.

A senior school EXPRESS learner who wishes to qualify for a Brainline-accredited year-end report needs to enrol both the grade-appropriate EXPRESS product and the corresponding Report-2-Go product.

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50%+ for Home Language
40%+ for First Additional Language
40%+ Mathematics
30%+ in two other subjects

Packages

How to access your study material 

E-books can be purchased from snapplify.com
How to access your study material

Step 1

  1. Enrol at www.mybrainline.com.  
  2. We create a Microsoft 365 Student account for each learner, which they can access by visiting https://office.microsoft.com. These accounts will be activated within 24 hours of receiving the Brainline welcome email, sent upon enrolment approval.

The Brainline learner will use his/her unique Microsoft credentials to log in to Snapplify at https://brainline.snapplify.com/overview where they can purchase their digital books. 

Step 2

  1. Download the list of prescribed and recommend books for the year from:https://brainline.com/booklist/. 
  2. Go to:https://brainline.snapplify.com/overviewand log in with Microsoft, using the learner's unique account details that we provide upon enrolment. 
  3. Navigate to the shop and purchase each book in accordance with the list you downloaded in Step 1 that is relevant to your child. 

Note: Purchased books are automatically loaded to the Snapplify Reader and must be accessed there. 

  1. Go to https://getsnapplify.com/ and select your device type. Download the application/installer and install it on your device. 
  2. Open the application and log in with your child’s username and password (created in Step 2). 
  3. In the application, you will see the items you have purchased available for download. 
  4. Once you have downloaded the books, you can access the learner's study material.

If you need any assistance, please send an email to help@snapplify.com. 

Printed hard copies can be purchased from Credobooks or Protea Bookshop

Please note: Not all study material is available in hard copy format.

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Our Legacy

Brainline has over 30 years of passionate experience in distance education.

Brainline strives to be an innovative, quality-driven e-learning distance education institution. In 2021, we continue to do what we love — enabling more and more learners to achieve their National Senior Certificate through innovative distance education solutions.

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