CLASS 7 SOCIAL STUDIES SCHEMES OF WORK TERM 1-3

CLASS 7 SOCIAL STUDIES SCHEMES OF WORK TERM 1-3

 

Social studies schemes of work for standard ___7____TERM_______YEAR________

 

 
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11The physical environment Map readingLongitude and latitudeBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify longitude and latitude and indicate their position –        Observing maps

–        Identifying symbols

–        Interpreting  a map

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing symbol

OLT PBK PG 2-4

OLT TGP1

  
2Map readingLongitude and latitudeBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify effects of rotation of the earth on time –        Observing map

–        Drawing regions

–        Calculating area

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing symbols

OLT PBK PG 4-6

OLT TGP1-2

  
3Map readingMap interpretationBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to read  identify  maps –        Observing maps

–        Identifying

–        Drawing symbols

–        Interpreting  a map

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK PG 6-9

OLT TGP3

  
4Map readingMap interpretationBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able  read and interpret maps–        Conversion

–        Observing maps

–        Drawing symbols

–        Interpreting  a map

–        Local environment

–        Sketch maps

–        measurement

OLT PBK PG 9-10  OLT TGP1-4  
5Map readingMap interpretationBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe population distribution   –        Observing chart

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Sketch maps

–        Wall maps

 

OLT PBK PG 10-12

OLT TGP1-4

  
21Map readingMap interpretationBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify economic activities–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing symbols

OLT PBK PG 12-14

OLT TGP1-4

  
2Map readingMap interpretationBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe population and relief –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Pictures

–         Maps

–        Charts showing

OLT PBK PG 13-16

OLT TGP4-5

  
3Map readingMap interpretationBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able describe the drainage  –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

 

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK PG 17-18

OLT TGP6-7

  
4Physical features in Africa   Distribution of physical featuresBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify  the main  physical features–        Explanation

–        Interpreting  a map features

–        Questioning

–        Charts showing physical featuresOLT PBK PG18-23

OLT TGP8

  
5Physical features in Africa  Distribution of physical featuresBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to locate the main physical features –        Explanation

–        Identifying ways physical feature affect human activities

–        Maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK PG 23-24

OLT TGP9

  
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Physical features in Africa  Formation of mountainsBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and describe the formation of mountains–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Maps

Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK PG 25-26

OLT TGP10

  
 2Physical features in Africa  Formation of lakesBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the formation of lakes–        Discussion

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        explanation

–        Maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK PG 25-4

OLT TGP10

  
 

 

 

 

 

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3Physical features in Africa  Relief regions of AfricaBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and describe the relief regions of Africa –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

 

–        Charts

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK PG 26

OLT TGP11

  
4ClimateFactor influencing  climateBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and describe factors influencing climate change–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK PG 27

OLT TGP11

  
5ClimateImpact of climate changeBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the impact of climate change–        Identifying factor influencing weather

–        Discussion

–        Weather instruments

–        Weather chats

OLT PBK PG 28

OLT TGP11

  
1Climate

 

Climatic regionsBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to trace name and locate climatic regions in Africa –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK PG 28-29

OLT TGP12

  
2ClimateClimatic regionsBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to trace name and locate climatic regions in Africa–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Pictures of

OLT PBK PG 29-30

OLT TGP12

  
3ClimateClimatic regionsBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to trace name and locate climatic regions in Africa–        Explanation

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK PG -30

OLT TGP12

  
4ClimateSeasonsBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain the seasons experienced in Africa –        Explanation

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Map showing climatesOLT PBK PG -31

OLT TGP12

  
5ClimateInfluence of climate on human activitiesBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  state and explain how climate influence human activities –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Map showing climatesOLT PBK PG 32

OLT TGP13

  
61climateFactors influencing climatic changeBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state and identify factors that influence climatic change –        Observing maps

–        Identifying reasons

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        PAPER CUTTING

OLT PBK8 PG32-33  
2ClimateImpact of climate on human activitiesBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state the impact of climate on human activities –        Observing maps

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

 

–        Charts showing climate

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK8 PG34  
3Vegetation Types of vegetationBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state and name types of vegetation –        Observing maps

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Charts showing vegetationOLT PBK8 PG35-36  
4 Characteristic of vegetationBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able  to describe the characteristics of vegetation –        Observing chart

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK8 PG37-38  
5 Factors influencing vegetation distributionBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  state factors influencing vegetation distribution–        Observing maps

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Local environment

OLT PBK8 PG38-40  
812People and population in Africa Classification of major language groupBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to locate area  of major language group on the map –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Charts showing populationOLT PBK8 PG41-42  
45Factors influencing population growthClassification of major language groupBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify ,name and classify major language group –        Observing maps

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Questioning

population pyramidsOLT PBK PG 43

OLT SSTG PG 19

  
9 Factors influencing population growthInteraction among communityBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and explain benefits of interaction among communities.–        Observing maps

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK PG 44

OLT SSTG PG 19

  
4Population growth African’s population distributionBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain factors influencing population distribution –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

 

–        Diagrams from pupils book

 

OLT PBK PG 45

OLT SSTG PG 17

  
5Population growthAfrican’s population distributionBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain and identify densel7 and sparsely populated areas–        Explanation

–        Identifying ways physical feature affect human activities

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK PG 46

OLT SSTG PG 17

  
4-5People and populationAfrican’s population distributionBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and state problem of population growth–        Observing maps

–        Explanation

–        Questioning

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK PG 46

OLT SSTG PG 18

  
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5People and populationPopulation distribution of AfricaBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and appreciate problems of population –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK PG 47

OLT SSTG PG 18

  
3People and populationComparison of population of Kenya, Germany and IndiaBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to compare population of Kenya, German and India–        Explanation

–        Comparing

–        Discussion

–        Observing

–        Questioning

–        Diagrams from pupils book

–        Population pyramids

OLT PBK PG 48-50

OLT SSTG PG 20

  
4People and populationHow the school is managedBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and describe how the schools are managed –        Explanation

–        Identifying factor

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Pictures from the book

–        Resource person

OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

  
 

 

 

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5The population of AfricaPopulation distribution of AfricaBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and appreciate problems of population –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK PG 47

OLT SSTG PG 18

 
3People and populationFactor affecting population growthBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify factors that affect population growth –        Discussion

–        Observing

–        Questioning

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK PG 48-53

OLT SSTG PG 20

 
4Revision/ ExaminationsRevision exerciseBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to answer questions covered in term one correctly–        Explanation

–        Question’s

–        answering

–        examination papers  
  Agriculture    

 

Social studies schemes of work for standard 7 term 2 year………..

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1Social relations and cultural activities  administrationBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and describe the school administration  –        Discussion

–        observation

–        Questioning

–        Diagrams from pupils book

–        Local environment

OLT PBK PG 57

OLT SSTG PG 18

 
2-3The schoolSchool administrationBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state the role of the school administration –        Explanation

–        Comparing

–        Discussion

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK PG 58-

OLT SSTG PG 20

 
4The schoolHow the school is managedBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and describe how the schools are managed –        Explanation

–        Describing

–        Discussion

–        Pictures

–        Resource person

OLT PBK PG 56

OLT SSTG PG 22

 
5The schoolRole of the administration in the schoolBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the role of the administration in school development–        Explanation

–        Identifying factor influencing weather

–        Discussion

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

 
 

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1The school

 

The role of the school in the societyBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state the contribution of the community in school development–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

 
2The school Role of the society in he schoolBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain  and appreciate  the contribution of the community –        Observing chart

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Pictures ofOLT PBK7 PG56

OLT TG PG

 

 
3The  familyRight and responsibility of family membersBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  state the right and responsibility of family member–        Explanation

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK7 PG57

OLT TG PG

 

 
4The familyDefine marriageBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to define the marriage institution  –        Explanation

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK7 PG58

OLT TG PG

 

 
5The familyMarriage institutionBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  state the importance of marriage institution  and identify their importance–        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Picture

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG60

OLT TG PG

 

 
31Resources and economic activities

Agriculture

Crop farmingBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state  the factors influencing growth of some crop–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing symbols

OLT PBK7 PG61

OLT TG PG

 

 
2Agriculture By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to locate where these crop are grown–        Observing chart

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG62

OLT TG PG

 

 
3AgricultureCocoa in GhanaBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to locate where cocoa is grown and identify its uses–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Charts showing where cocoa are grownOLT PBK7 PG63

OLT TG PG

 

 
4AgricultureCloves in

Tanzania

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able  locate where cloves is grown and identify its uses–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

 

–        Local environment

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts

OLT PBK7 PG64

OLT TG PG

 

 
5AgriculturePyrethrum in KenyaBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  locate where pyrethrum is grown and identify its uses–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG65

OLT TG PG

 

 
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1AgriculturePastoral farmingBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state the condition favouring pastoral faming  –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        explanation

–        Charts

 

OLT PBK7 PG66

OLT TG PG

 

 
2agriculturePastoral farmingBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state benefit of pastoral farming –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Pictures

–         Maps

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG67

OLT TG PG

 

 
3AgriculturePastoral farming  among MaasaiBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify benefit and problem  experiences by Maasai pastoral farming –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–         Maps

–        Charts

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG68

OLT TG PG

 

 
4Agriculture Pastoral farming among the FulaniBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify benefit and problem  experiences by Fulani  pastoral farming–        Explanation

–        Interpreting  a map features

–        Questioning

–        Maps

–        Charts

–        Wall maps

 

OLT PBK7 PG70

OLT TG PG

 

 
5AgriculturePastoral farming  among the TswanaBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify benefit and problem  experiences by Tswana pastoral farming–        Explanation

–         Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK7 PG70

OLT TG PG

 

 
 

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Multi-purpose river project By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state reasons for establishment of multipurpose river project –        Explanation

–        Identifying traditional methods of weather observation

–        Questioning

–        Wall maps

Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG71

OLT TG PG

 

 
52Multi-purpose river project By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the location of the multipurpose project –        Discussion

–        observation

–        Questioning

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK7 PG72

OLT TG PG

 

 
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3Multi-purpose river projectAswan High DamBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state benefits and problems experienced in  Aswan High Dam–        Explanation

–        Questioning

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG73

OLT TG PG

 

 
4Multi-purpose river projectVolta River SchemeBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state benefits and problems experienced in  Volta River Schemes–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK7 PG74

OLT TG PG

 

 
5Multi-purpose river projectRiver Tana ProjectsBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state benefits and problems experienced in  the River Tana Projects–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG75

OLT TG PG

 

 
94Multi-purpose river project Kariba DamBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to benefits and problems experienced in  Kariba Dam–        Observing chart

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Maps

–        Charts

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG76

OLT TG PG

 

 
5ForestryDistribution of forest in AfricaBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain how forest are distributed in Africa –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG77

OLT TG PG

 

 
 ForestryContribution to the economyBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the contribution of forests to the economy –        Explanation

–        observation

–        Questioning

–        Wall maps

Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG78

OLT TG PG

 

 
 2ForestryProblems facing forestryBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify problems facing forestry –        Discussion

–        observation

–        Questioning

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG80-84

OLT TG PG

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

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 3MiningHow mineral are extractedBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify methods used to extract copper in Zambia  and state various uses–        Identifying method of extraction

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG85

OLT TG PG

 

 
4MiningPetroleum in NigeriaBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify methods used to extract petroleum in Nigeria   and state various uses–        Explanation

–        Identifying method of extraction

–        Discussion

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG85

OLT TG PG

 

 
5MiningGold in south AfricaBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify methods used to extract gold in south Africa   and state various uses–        Explanation

–        Identifying method of extraction

–        Discussion

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG86

OLT TG PG

 

 
1Mining

 

 Copper in ZambiaBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify methods used to extract copper in Zambia  and state various uses–        Explanation

–        Identifying method of extraction

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Pictures of 5the early man

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG87

OLT TG PG

 

 
2MiningSoda ash in KenyaBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify methods used to extract soda ash in Kenya   and state various uses–        Explanation

–        Identifying method of extraction

–        Picture cutting

OLT PBK7 PG88

OLT TG PG

 

 
3Industrial developmentRapid industrializationBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  identify factors of industrial development in Kenya and south Africa –        Explanation

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK7 PG89

OLT TG PG

 

 
4Industrial developmentRapid industrializationBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state contribution of rapid industrialization –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG90

OLT TG PG

 

 
5Industrial developmentProblems of rapid industrializationBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  state problems experienced due to rapid industrialization –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG91

OLT TG PG

 

 
111FishingFishing groundBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify major fishing grounds –        Observing maps

–        Identifying symbols

–        Drawing symbols

–        Interpreting  a map

–        Charts showing symbolsOLT PBK7 PG 91

OLT TG PG

 

 
2FishingMethods of fishingBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe different methods if fishing –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Charts fishing methodsOLT PBK7 PG92

OLT TG PG

 

 
3FishingImportance of fisheriesBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the importance of fisheries to the economy –        Observing chart

–        Discussion

–        explanation

Charts fishing methodsOLT PBK7 PG92

OLT TG PG

 

 
4FishingContribution of fisheriesBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able  list the contribution of fisheries  to the economy –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Local environment

–        Sketch maps

OLT PBK7 PG92-92

OLT TG PG

 
5FishingProblemsBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  state the problems being experienced by fisheries–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG93

OLT TG PG

 

 
121TradeRegional trade COMESA,SADC, ECOWASBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to list items of trade in the region  –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Wall maps of regional trade

 

OLT PBK7 PG94

OLT TG PG

 

 
2TradeForms of regional exchangeBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify forms of exchange  in the regional trade–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Wall maps of regional tradeOLT PBK7 PG95

OLT TG PG

 

 
3TradeProblemsBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify problems experienced in the regional trade –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–         Wall maps of regional trade

 

OLT PBK7 PG96

OLT TG PG

 

 
4Trade Benefits of regional tradeBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain the benefits of regional trade–        Explanation

–        Interpreting  a map features

–        Questioning

–        Wall maps of regional trade

 

OLT PBK7 PG 97

OLT TG PG

 

 
5TradeExport and importBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to list export from the region and the import fro the rest of the word –        Explanation

–        Identifying ways

–        Discussion

–        Wall maps of regional trade

OLT PBK7 PG 98

OLT TG PG

 

 
131Transport and communicationTransport networkBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe transport network in Africa –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK7 PG98

OLT TG PG

 

 
 

 

 

 

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3Transport and communicationAdvantage and disadvantages of different transportBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain advantages and disadvantages of different form of transport–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG100

OLT TG PG

 

 
4Transport and communicationProblem facing transport in AfricaBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and describe problems facing transport in Africa –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK7 PG103

OLT TG PG

 

 
5Transport and communicationCommunication system in AfricaBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the development of communication systems in Africa –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG105-117

OLT TG PG

 

 
1Revision and examination

 

ExaminationBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to revise and answer question from work covered –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Question and answer

–        Provisional paper

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG156-117

OLT TG PG

 

 

 

 

Social studies schemes of work for standard 7 term 3 year……..

11Resources and economic activities

Tourism

Tourist attractionBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the main tourist attractions–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

 

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts

–        Wall maps

 

OLT PBK7 PG118

OLT TG PG

 

 
2Tourism Tourist destinationBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to list the main tourist destination –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG120

OLT TG PG

 
3Tourism Contribution to the economyBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify  and state the contribution of tourism to the economy –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts

–        Wall map

OLT PBK7 PG121

OLT TG PG

 
4Tourism Challenges of tourismBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able  explain the challenges facing tourism in Africa –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

 

–        Local environment

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG122

OLT TG PG

 

 
5Urbanisation Major town and citiesBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  locate major towns and cities in Africa –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts

OLT PBK7 PG123-125

OLT TG PG

 

 
21Urbanisation Capital cities of AfricaBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify capital cities of Africa –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing capital cities

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG125

OLT TG PG

 

 
2Challenges of Africans economy  Effect and challenges of Africans economyBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain challenge facing African economy –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Charts showing cities

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG127

OLT TG PG

 

 
3Challenges of Africans economy  Effects of challengesBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and explain the effects of challenges to the Africans economy –        Explanation

–        Observing maps

–        Identifying Questioning

–         Maps

–        Charts showing symbols

OLT PBK7 PG129

OLT TG PG

 

 
4Challenges of Africans economy   Possible solutionBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain possible solutions to these challenges–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

Charts showing symbolsOLT PBK7 PG130

OLT TG PG

 
5Challenges of Africans economy  Effort being madeBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to appreciate the effort being made to deal with Africa development challenges–        Explanation

–        Discussion

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG130

OLT TG PG

 

 
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1Political development and systems  Traditional forms of governmentBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the tradition forms of government among Khoisan–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG130

OLT TG PG

 

 
3Political development and systems  The KhoisanBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe political social economic organisation of the Khoisan  –        Observing chart

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG131

OLT TG PG

 

 
4Political development and systems  Old GhanaBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the tradition forms of government in old Ghana –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

 

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG133-134

OLT TG PG

 

 
5Political development and systems  Political social economic organisationBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe political social economic organisation in old Ghana–        Observing chart

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG135

OLT TG PG

 

 
1Scramble for and partition of Africa

 

Reasons for scrambleBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain the reason for scramble of Africa –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK7 PG139

OLT TG PG

 

 
2 PartitionBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the partition of Africa –        Describing the partition

–        Explanation

–        Discussion

–        Picture cuttings

–        Diagrams from books

OLT PBK7 PG140

OLT TG PG

 

 
3ResistanceAbagusiiBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  describe  how Abagusii reacted to scramble and partition of Africa –        Explanation

–        Describing

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK7 PG143-45

OLT TG PG

 

 
4 Samore ToureBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe  how Samore Toure reacted to scramble and partition of Africa–        Explanation

–        Identifying prehistoric sites

–        Discussion

–        Pictures of –

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG146-149

OLT TG PG

 

 
5CollaborationLewanikaBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  describe  how Lewanika reacted to scramble and partition of Africa–        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Pictures Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK7 PG150

OLT TG PG

 

 
51 LenanaBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe  how Lenana  reacted to scramble and partition of Africa–        Observing maps

–        Identifying symbols

–        Drawing symbols

–        Interpreting  a map

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts

OLT PBK7 PG152

OLT TG PG

 

 
2Colonial administration  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe some colonial system –        Observing map

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing

OLT PBK7 PG152

OLT TG PG

 

 
3 Belgians in CongoBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the colonial systems used by Belgium’s in Congo –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Charts showing Belgium in CongoOLT PBK7 PG153

OLT TG PG

 

 
4 French in SenegalBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able  describe the colonial systems used by French  in Senegal –        Conversion

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Local environment

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts s

OLT PBK7 PG154

OLT TG PG

 

 
5 Portuguese in MozambiqueBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  describe the colonial systems used by Portuguese in Mozambique –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG154

OLT TG PG

 
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1 Effects of colonial ruleBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the effects of colonial rule in Africa  –        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        showing symbols colonial rule

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG154

OLT TG PG

 

 
2Struggle for independence GhanaBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the struggle for independence in Ghana–        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Pictures

–         Maps

–        Charts

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG154

OLT TG PG

 

 
3Struggle for independenceZimbabweBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able describe the struggle for independence in Zimbabwe –        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–         Maps

–        Charts

–        Wall maps

 

OLT PBK7 PG155

OLT TG PG

 

 
4Life and contribution  of prominent African leaders   Nelson MandelaBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe life and appreciate contribution of nelson Mandela to the independence of his country –        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Maps

–        Charts Wall maps

 

OLT PBK7 PG155

OLT TG PG

 

 
5 Gamal Abdel NasserBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe life and appreciate contribution of Gamal Abdel Nasser to the independence of his country–        Explanation

–        Identifying

–         physical activities

–        Discussion

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK7 PG156

OLT TG PG

 

 
 

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 Leopold SenghorBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able describe life and appreciate contribution of Leopold Senghor to the independence of his country–        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Wall maps

Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG156

OLT TG PG

 

 
 1Present  Swaziland   SwazilandBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the present government of Swaziland –        Observation

–        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK7 PG157

OLT TG PG

 
 

 

 

 

 

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3 Swaziland and KenyaBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to compare  the systems of government in Swaziland and Kenya –        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Questioning

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG158

OLT TG PG

 

 
4Organisation of African unity (OA U) /African unionFormation of African unionBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the formation of African union –        Explanation

–        Identifying factor influencing weather

–        Discussion

–        chats

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG159

OLT TG PG

 

 
5 Member  of African unionBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and list the members of OAU–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Questioning

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG160

OLT TG PG

 

 
1 Functions of OAUBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able state functions of OAU–        Explanation

–        Discussion

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK7 PG160

OLT TG PG

 
2 Achievement of OAUBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to outline the achievement of OAU–        Observation

–        Discussion

–        explanation

 

Diagrams from pupils book

a map

OLT PBK7 PG161

OLT TG PG

 
3 Problems of OAUBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  state the problems faced by OAU–        Explanation

–        Observation

–        Discussion

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK7 PG161

OLT TG PG

 
4 Why the formation of OAUBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain why OAU was formed –        Explanation

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        map

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG162

OLT TG PG

 

 
5 Objectives of OAUBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able  to outline the objectives of OAU–        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK7 PG162

OLT TG PG

 
101Citizenship Elements of good citizenshipBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify elements of good citizenship –        Explanation

–        Observation

–        Discussion

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts

OLT PBK7 PG162-163

OLT TG PG

 
2 Collective responsibilityBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to appreciate their role in working in the community –        Observing map

–        Drawing regions

–        Calculating area

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts

–        Wall map

OLT PBK7 PG163-165

OLT TG PG

 
3Democracy and human rightResponsibility of individualBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state and appreciate their responsibility in a democracy –        Explanation

–        Observation

–        Discussion

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG166

OLT TG PG

 
4 Benefit of democracyBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able  state benefit of democracy –        Explanation

–        Explanation

–        Questioning

–        Local environment

–        Sketch maps

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG167

OLT TG PG

 

 
5 Importance of human rightBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to   state the importance of respecting human right and demonstrate  a sense of responsibility in respect of human right –        Note taking

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Questioning

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing

OLT PBK7 PG168

OLT TG PG

 

 
111Law peace and reconciliation Causes of conflictBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe and state factor that cause conflict in society –        Drawing

–        Note taking

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts

–        Wall maps

 

OLT PBK7 PG170

OLT TG PG

 

 
2Law peace and reconciliation Ways of resolving conflictBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state ways of resolving conflict and demonstrate willingness to resolve their conflict–        Explanation

–        Note taking

–        Discussion

–        Drawing

–        Pictures

–         Maps

–        Charts

–        Wall map

OLT PBK7 PG172

OLT TG PG

 

 
3The government of Kenya  The Kenyan constitutionBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able state the element and show respect  for the Kenya constitution –        Explanation

–        Note taking

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Constitution of Kenya

–        Wall maps

 

OLT PBK7 PG173

OLT TG PG

 

 
4The government of Kenya   The electoral processBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify role of citizen in electoral process and effects of none participation in the process –        Explanation

–        Questioning

–        Drawing

–        Maps

–        Charts

–        Wall maps

 

OLT PBK7 PG1

OLT TG PG

 

 
5The government of Kenya  Role of citizenBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain and appreciate  role of the citizens in the government –        Note taking

Explanation

–        Questioning

–        Maps

–        Charts showing

OLT PBK7 PG174

OLT TG PG

 
 

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The government of Kenya  Responsibility of the government to the citizensBy the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and state responsibility of government to the citizen  a –        Explanation

–        observation

–        Questioning

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK7 PG175

OLT TG PG

 

 
12   By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and appreciate the effort it make in carrying out its responsibility–        Discussion

–        Identifying observation

–        Questioning

–        Diagrams from pupils bookOLT PBK7 PG170-180

OLT TG PG

 

 
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4Revision and examination By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to answer questions from the work covered in the whole year–        Questions and answer

–        REVISION

–        Maps

–        Pupils book

–        Chart

–        Revision paper

Examination paper

OLT PBK7 PG118-180

OLT TG PG

 

 
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