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WK LSN TOPIC SUB-TOPIC OBJECTIVES L/T ACTIVITIES L/T AIDS REFERENCE REMARKS
1 1
STATISTICAL METHODS.
Compound / Cumulative Bar Graphs.
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:

Highlight steps followed when constructing compound / cumulative bar graphs
Q/A to review basic statistical concepts, simple bar graphs;
Exposition of steps followed when constructing compound e bar graphs.

Certificate Geography
Book III
Pg 1-2
1 2
STATISTICAL METHODS.
Compound / Cumulative Bar Graphs.
Simple Pie charts (Divided Circle). - construction.
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
Interpret compound/ cumulative bar graphs.
Construct simple pie charts.
Probing questions & brief discussion.
Students determine value of angles for the variables.
Guided activity &
Brief discussion.
Calculators.
Certificate Geography
Book III
Pg 3-4
1 3
STATISTICAL METHODS.
Simple Pie charts (Divided Circle). - interpretation.
Proportional circles.
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
Interpret simple pie charts
Construct proportional circles.
Guided discovery;
Written exercise.
Calculators.
Certificate Geography
Book III
Pg 8-11
1 4
MAP WORK.
Terms used & precautions observed when describing physical features & human activities.
Physical features.
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
Identify terms used to describe physical features & human activities represented in a map.
Outline precautions observed when describing physical features & human activities
Oral questions & detailed discussion.
Brain storming on
features on topographical maps.
Drawing illustrative diagrams;
Discussion.
Topographical maps.
Certificate Geography
Book III
Pg 14-16
2 1
MAP WORK.
Relief features.
Land forms.
Watersheds.
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
Identify relief features on a map.
Identify landforms on a topographical map using contours.
Identify types of vegetation on a topographical map.
Identify watersheds on a map
Locating relief features;
Drawing illustrative diagrams;
Discussion.
Q/A & brief discussion;
Supervised practical activity.
Locating watersheds;
Topographical maps.
Certificate Book III Geography
Pg 19-22
2 2
MAP WORK.
Vegetation.
Vegetation cover.
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
Identify types of vegetation.
Interpret vegetation cover in terms of amount of rainfall received in the area, and the types of soils in the area.
Q/A & brief discussion: rolling, dissected, hilly landforms & valleys.
Locate forests, thickets, and riverine trees on a map.
Deduce amount of rainfall received and the likely types of soils in specific parts of an area
Topographical maps.
Certificate Book III Geography
Pg 25
2 3
MAP WORK.
Drainage.
Drainage patterns.
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
Identify natural /artificial hydrographic features in a map.
Make deductions from the hydrographic features evident on the drainage of a given section in a map.
Describe drainage patterns of an area represented by a map
Detailed discussion on drainage of sections in the map.
Deduce amount of rainfall received and nature of underground rocks, etc.
Oral questions & brief discussion.
Topographical maps.
Certificate Book III Geography
Pg 27-30
2 4
MAP WORK.
Drainage features.
Human and economic activities: Crop farming, livestock rearing & Mining & fishing.
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
Identify drainage features on a map.
Describe formation of drainage features.
Outline economic importance of drainage features.
Identify clues on a map that indicate presence of crop farming and livestock rearing
Brief discussion & Q/A.
Q/A & practical activities.
Group activities.
Topographical maps.
Certificate Book III Geography
Pg 30-31
3 1
MAP WORK.
Manufacturing, Processing & Tourism.
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
Identify clues on a map that indicate manufacturing, processing and tourism in an area.
Outline factors influencing settlement.
Identify types of settlement patterns
Q/A & practical activities.
Exposition of new concepts.
Probing questions and discussion.
Topographical maps.
Certificate Book III Geography
Pg 32-33
3 2
MAP WORK.
Transport & Communication.
Enlargement & Reduction of maps.
Sections and profiles.
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
Identify modes of transport & communication of an area as depicted in a topographical map.
Enlarge / reduce a map or a section of a map using the square method.
Define the term section as used in mapwork
Practical activities.
Brief discussion.
Explanations & practical activities.
Exposition & brief discussion.
Guided practical activities.
Topographical maps.
Certificate Book III Geography
Pg 35
3 3
MAP WORK.
Vertical Exaggeration (VE), Gradient & Intervisibility.
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
Calculate VE of a map.
Determine the steepness of a slope between two given points.
Determine whether two points in a map are intervisible.
Guided calculations.
Guided practical activities.

Practical activity to determine intervisibility.

Topographical maps.
Certificate Book III Geography
Pg 45-47
3 4
WEATHERING
Definition & Agents of weathering.
Physical weathering.
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
Define weathering.
Identify agents of weathering.
Explain factors that influence weathering.
Define physical weathering.
Explain major forms of physical weathering
Brain storming;
Q/A & detailed discussion.
Oral questions, brief discussion.
Certificate Book III Geography
Pg 54-55
4 1
WEATHERING
Chemical weathering.
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
Explain ways in which chemical weathering takes place.
Probing questions & discussion.
Certificate Book III Geography
Pg 60-61
4 2
WEATHERING
MASS WASTING.
MASS WASTING.
Biological weathering. Importance of weathering.
Factors influencing mass wasting.
Slow mass wasting.
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
Identify agents of biological weathering.
Explain importance of weathering.
Define the term mass wasting & mass movement.
Explain factors that influence mass wasting
Probing questions & discussion.
Q/A: review weathering.
Discussion: factors affecting nature or speed of mass wasting & movement.
Discussion: soil creep & talus creep
Certificate Book III Geography
Pg 61-64
4 3
MASS WASTING.
Rapid mass wasting.
Effects of mass wasting.
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
Describe rapid processes of mass wasting.
Explain effects of mass wasting on physical and human environment.
Exposition, Q/A & discussion.
Brief discussion.
Highlight positive and negative effects.
Certificate Book III Geography
Pg 68-71
4 4
THE HYDROLOGI-CAL CYCLE.
Input & output processes of the hydrological cycle.
Internal transfer processes of the hydrological cycle.
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
Identify input and output processes of the hydrological cycle.
Describe movement of water in the atmosphere, land and oceans.
Q/A: forms of precipitation.
Q/A & brief discussion on the major output processes.
Exposition of new terms & brief discussion.
Chart ? the hydrological cycle.

Certificate Book III Geography
Pg 73
5 1
THE HYDROLOGI-CAL CYCLE.
ACTION OF RIVERS.
ACTION OF RIVERS.
ACTION OF RIVERS.
Storage processes of the hydrological cycle. Significance of the hydrological cycle.
Terms related to action of rivers.
River erosion.
Factors affecting river erosion
By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to:
Identify surface storages, ground water storage and the cyrosphere.
Explain the significance of the hydrological cycle.
Define terms related to action of rivers.
Describe the processes of river erosion
Exposition of new terms & brief discussion.
Exposition of new terms & Q/A with reference to diagrams and contour maps.
Exposition of new terms,
Explanations & detailed
Discussion
Contour maps, diagrams in textbooks.
Illustrative diagrams.
CCertificate Book III Geography
Pg 73-74
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