KLB Form 2 Geography Schemes of Work Term 3 2020/2021

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                 SCHEMES OF WORK          FORM2 GEOGRAPHY          TERM3 2020/2021
WK NO L/NO TOPIC/SUBTOPIC LESSON/SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES TEACHING/LEARNING ACTIVITIES MATERIALS & RESOURCES REF. REMARKS
 1   1,2 KENYA'S CLIMATIC REGIONS (continued)      ITCZ

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

Define the term ITCZ.
Explain the effect of shifting of the ITCZ on the climate of a zone.

Exposition of new concepts.

Explanations.
     
 3 Forests & microclimate.

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

Define the term microclimate.
Explain the effects of forests on climate of area.

Q/A & discussion. Map of Africa: the ITCZ and prevailing winds

PAGES
75-76

 
 2    1 Description of climate.

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

Describe climate using appropriate terminology.

Tables: general terms and the corresponding statistical data.
Exercise: rainfall –temperature graphs.

     
 2

Climate regions of Kenya.
Modified equatorial climate.

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

Identify regions that experience Modified equatorial climate.
Describe Modified equatorial climate.

Detailed discussion.

Map of Kenya: climatic regions rainfall-temperature graphs.

PAGES
77-78
 
 3 Tropical climate & tropical Northern climate.

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

Describe the modified tropical climate.
Identify regions that experience modified tropical

Detailed discussion.

Map of Kenya: climatic regions rainfall-temperature graphs.

PAGE
  78
 
 3    1 Desert climate.

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

Describe the modified tropical climate.
Identify regions that experience Modified tropical climate

Detailed discussion & assignment.

Map of Kenya: climatic regions rainfall-temperature graphs.

PAGE    79   
 2

CLIMATE (2) WORLD CLIMATIC REGIONS.

Equatorial climate.

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

State characteristics of equatorial climate.

Exposition of new concepts, explanations and  Q/A.
Assignment: rainfall-temperature graphs.

Maps: world climatic regions. PAGES
79-80
 
 3 Equatorial monsoon.

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

State characteristics of equatorial monsoon.

Exposition of new concepts, explanations and
Q/A.
Assignment: rainfall-temperature graphs

  PAGES
79-80
 
 4    1 Tropical monsoon.

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

State characteristics of tropical monsoon.

Exposition of new concepts, explanations and
Q/A.
Assignment: rainfall-temperature graphs.

  PAGES
80-81
 
 2 Tropical marine & Tropical continental.

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

State characteristics of tropical marine & tropical continental.

Exposition of new concepts, explanations and
Q/A.
Assignment: rainfall-temperature graphs.

  PAGES
81-83
 
 3 Tropical Desert climate.

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

State characteristics of tropical desert climate.

Exposition of new concepts, explanations and
Q/A.
Assignment: rainfall-temperature graphs.

  PAGE
  83
 
 5    1 Warm climates.

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

Identify types of warm climates.
State characteristics of warm climates.

Exposition of new concepts, explanations and
Q/A.
Assignment: rainfall-temperature graphs

  PAGES
84-85
 
 2 Cool & cold climates.

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

Identify types of cool climates.
State characteristics of  cool climates.

Exposition of new concepts, explanations and
Q/A.
Assignment: rainfall-temperature graphs.

  PAGES
84-86
 
 3 Mountain climates.

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

State characteristics of mountain climates.

Exposition of new concepts, explanations and
Q/A.
Assignment: rainfall-temperature graphs.

 

  PAGE    91  
 6   1-2 Microclimates

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

Identify human activities largely responsible for development of local climates.
Brief discussion. Assignment.      
  3

VEGETATION 1 VEGETATION ZONES.
Categories of vegetation.

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

Define the term vegetation.
Identify the three categories of vegetation.

Exposition & Q/A Photographs of various types of forests. PAGES 99-100  
 7     1 Influence of topographical factors on vegetation.

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

Explain the Influence of topographical factors on vegetation.
Discussion &  Q/A   PAGES 100-101  
  2 Influence of climatic factors on vegetation.

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

Explain the Influence of climatic factors on vegetation.
Probing questions & Discussion.    PAGES 101-102  
  3 Influence of edaphic factors on vegetation

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

Define the term edaphic.

Exposition of new concepts.
Q/A on physical and properties of soil.
Brief discussion.

  PAGES 102-103  
  8     1       TEST & MID TERM BREAK          
  2 Biotic factors.

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

Explain the influence of biotic factors on vegetation modification and /or destruction.
Q/A: review microclimate.
Brief discussion.
  PAGES 103-104  
  3 Vegetation in Kenya.

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

Describe forest, vegetation & savanna vegetation in Kenya.
Q/A and discussion.   PAGES 104-105  
 9     1 Mountain vegetation.

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

Outline types of mountain vegetation.
State characteristics of various types of mountain vegetation.
Identify locations of mountain vegetation.
State uses of mountain vegetation.

Q/A & elaborate discussion.   PAGES 105-122  
  2 Field work on vegetation.

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

Carry out a fieldwork on vegetation.

Q/A: review the procedures followed in carrying out a field study.

Carry out the field study on vegetation.

 
  PAGES 123-124  
  3 FORESTRY

Natural and planted forests.

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

Differentiate between natural and planted forests.

Q/A: definition of a forest.

Discussion: natural and planted forests; indigenous and exotic forests.

 
Photographs: natural and derived forests. PAGES 126   
 10     1 Types of natural forests.

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

Describe types of natural forests.
State characteristics of trees in particular types of forests.

Q/A & descriptive approach.

Photographs: vegetation in various types of forests.

 

PAGES 127-128   
  2 Importance of forests and forests’ products.

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

Identify importance of forests and forests’ products. 

Q/A & discussion: economic, environmental, cultural values of forests.

 

  PAGES
129
 
  3 Problems facing forestry in Kenya.

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

Identify the problems facing forestry in Kenya.
Q/A & detailed discussion.

Newspaper cuttings & photographs illustrating some problems facing forestry in Kenya.

PAGES 130   
 11   1-2 Management and conservation of forests. 

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

Describe management and conservation practices carried out in Kenya.
State the importance of management and conservation of forests.

Discussion: measures taken to manage and conserve forests and their importance.   PAGES 130-131   
  3 Softwoods forests in Kenya and Canada. 

By the end of the lesson, the leaner should be able to:

Compare and contrast development of softwood forests in Kenya and in Canada.
Identify factors favouring / militating against exploitation of softwoods in both countries.
Identify benefits of softwoods.

  Map – location of Canada PAGES 132-135   
12-13       SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT TEST         
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