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Monday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Tuesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Wednesday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Thursday 9:30 am - 6.00 pm
Friday 9:30 am - 5.00 pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

WELCOME TO GEOGRAPHY CLASS CONTENT FOR FIRST TERM

WEEK 1.                   TOPIC: INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHY

LEARNING OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson, Learners will be able to:

 
LEARNING OBJECTIVE:By the end of the lesson, Learners will be able to:

 
 
 
SECOND TERM BEGINS
 

WEEK 2-3: EXTREME WEATHER

LEARNING OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson, Learners should be able to:

  • Discuss extreme weather.
  • Enumerate effects of extreme weather:

(Hurricanes, Tornadoes, Floods, etc.)

  • State the elements of weather and the effect of the sun on weather.

WEEK 4: CLOUDS

LEARNING OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson, Learners should be able to:

  • Explain the meaning of clouds.
  • Enumerate the types of clouds.
  • Discuss how clouds reveal weather.

WEEK 5-6:  INTRODUCTION AND IMPORTANCE OF THE WATER CYCLE.

LEARNING OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson, Learners should be able to:

  • Represent diagrammatic illustrations of water cycle.
  • State the importance of water cycle.

WEEK 8-9: WHERE WATER GOES: THE RIVER AND PROFILE OF A RIVER

LEARNING OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson, Learners should be able to:

  • Enumerate the Rivers in the world.
  • Outline facts about the river.
  • Discuss how rivers are formed.

WEEK 10: INTRODUCE SEA BREEZE AND LAND BREEZE.

LEARNING OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson, Learners should be able to:

  • Distinguish between Land and sea breeze.
  • Describe the Convection current from land to sea and sea to land.

WEEK 11-12: EROSION AND DEPOSITION

LEARNING OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson, Learners should be able to:

  • Explain the meaning of erosion and deposition.
  • Outline the types of erosion.
  • Identify the effects of erosion on soil surfaces.

WEEK 13: CLIMATE AND BIOMES OF THE WORLD

LEARNING OBJECTIVE: By the end of the lesson, Learners should be able to:

  • Discuss Climate in Africa.
  • Compare biomes and climates.
  • Describe World Biomes.

THIRD TERM BEGINS!

 

WEEK 1:           REVISION OF LAST TERM’S WORK / WATER CYCLE

LEARNING OBJECTIVES                                                  Learners should be able to:

  • Represent diagrammatic illustrations of water cycle.
  • Describe how clouds, rain, dews and snows are formed.
  • State the importance of water cycle.

WEEK 2:                          WHERE WATER GOES: THE RIVER AND PROFILE OF A RIVER.

LEARNING OBJECTIVE:                   Learner should be able to: 

  • Enumerate the Rivers in the world
  • Describe the profile of a river from source to mouth, including the upper course, middle course and the lower course.
  • Outline facts about a river.
  • Discuss how rivers are formed.

WEEK 3/4:            INTRODUCE SEA BREEZE AND LAND BREEZE.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:                                 Learners should be able to:

  • Outline factors that leads to wind formation.
  • Determine the causes of land and sea breeze.
  • Distinguish between Land and sea breeze.
  • Explain how land and water heat differently to create sea breezes.
  • Distinguish between Land and sea breeze.
  • Describe the Convection current from land to sea and sea to land.
  • Recognize some of the weather related hazards associated with sea breezes.

WEEK 5:                    EROSION AND DEPOSITION AND THE RIVER PROFILE.       

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:             Learners should be able to:

  • Explain the effects of erosion
  • Outline the types of erosion.
  • Describe how to prevent erosion.
  • Identify the effects of erosion on soil surfaces.
  • Formulate prevention strategies of erosion.

WEEK 6:                                 CLIMATE AND BIOMES OF THE WORLD AND HUMAN SETTLEMENT   

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:                Learners should be able to:

  • Describe the categories of Earth’s Biomes.
  • Discuss Climate in Africa.
  • Compare Biomes and Climates.

WEEK 7:                                            MIIDTERM BREAK

WEEK 8:                                            CLIMATE AND BIOMES OF THE WORLD AND HUMAN SETTLEMENT   

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:                Learners should be able to:

  • Describe the characteristics of the world Biomes.
  • Analyze the characteristics of different biomes and their impact on plant and animal life.
  • Provide Basic information about sub- categories of Biomes.

  WEEK 9/10:       WORLD DESERTS: COLD AND HOT DESERTS OF THE WORLD –  AREA/PEOPLE (CLOTHING AND HOUSING)/PLANTS/ANIMALS    

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:            Learners should be able to:

  • Discuss world deserts.
  • List the various types of deserts.
  • Describe the types of plants, animals, clothing and housing that can survive in deserts.

• Identify countries where Deserts are located.                      

 

 

INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHY

1
INTRODUCTION
2
PRESENTATION
3
ZOOM SESSION

MAP

1
INTRODUCTION
2
ZOOM SESSION
3
PRESENTATION
4
PHYSICAL MAP
5
REVISION VIDEO

GEOGRAPHY ASSESSMENT

1
PRESENTATION

THE UNIVERSE

1
WATCH AND STUDY THE VIDEO
2
STUDY TIME
3
GAME TIME! LEARNING TIME!

GALAXY

1
INTRODUCTION
2
STUDY TIME

SOLAR SYSTEM AND THE PLANETS

1
STUDY THIS VIDEO
2
WHAT IS EARTH’S NATURAL SATELILITE?
3
PRESENTATION ON THE PLANETS

REVISION WEEK

FIRST TERM EXAMINATION

1
GIVE IT YOUR BEST SHOT!

SECOND TERM BEGINS

1
WEEK ONE REVISION

WEEK 2-3: EXTREME WEATHER

1
WEATHER
2
FORMS OF EXTREME WEATHER
3
INTERACTIVE WORKSHEET ON SEVERE WEATHER
4
CORRECTION

WEEK 4: CLOUDS

1
VIDEO ON CLOUDS
2
PRESENTATION
3
VIDEO ON TYPES OF CLOUDES
4
STUDY MATERIAL ON TYPES OF CLOUDS
5
CLASSIFICATION OF CLOUDS 2ND, FEBRUARY 2021.
6
WEEKEND EXPERIMENT 29TH, JANUARY
7
QUIZIZ ON CLOUDS

MID STAKE ASSESSMENT

1
GEOGRAPHY ASSESSMENT

WEEK 5-6: THE WATER CYCLE.

1
LESSON VIDEOS 1
2
THE STAGES OF WATERCYCLE
3
STUDY MATERIAL
4
INDEPENDENT ACTIVITY LIVEWORKSHEET ACTIVITY
5
LESSON VIDEO 2

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION

1
GIVE IT YOUR BEST SHOT!

THIRD TERM BEGINS!

WEEK 2: WHERE WATER GOES: THE PROFILE OF A RIVER.

1
THE RIVER
2
LESSON VIDEO
3
INDEPENDENT ACTIVITY: READ AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS
4
WATERFALL
5
HAVE FUN LISTENING

WEEK 3/4: INTRODUCE SEA BREEZE AND LAND BREEZE.

1
INTODUCTION TO PRESURE
2
THE BREEZE
3
INDEPENDENT ACTIVITY: COPY THIS IN YOUR NOTEBOOK

WEEK 5: WEATHERING

EROSION AND DEPOSITION

1
INTERACTIVE VIDEO
2
WEATHERING STUDY MATERIAL 18TH MAY.
3
STUDY MATERIAL ON EROSION 26TH MAY
4
QUIZZIZ

WEEK 6: CLIMATE AND BIOMES OF AFRICA

1
AFRICAN CLIMATE
2
TYPES OF BIOMES
3
USE THESE QUESTIONS TO TEST YOURSELF

WEEK 9/10: WORLD DESERTS: COLD AND HOT DESERTS OF THE WORLD

1
LESSON VIDEO
2
MATERIAL

THIRD TERM EXAMINATION.

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