2022/2023 First Term Geography Scheme Of Work For SS3

Geography Scheme Of Work

UNIFIED SCHEME OF WORK FOR GEOGRAPHY

CLASS: SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL THREE

TERM: FIRST TERM SCHEME OF WORK

WEEK 1

General Cleaning/ Revision

WEEK 2

TOPIC

Action Of Running Water

CONTENT

  1. Water as an energy system
  2. Slope or gradient
  3. Volume of river
  4. Shape of valley
  5. Process of river erosion
  6. Transportation process of river
  7. Erosion features of river
  8. Depositional features of rivers

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES

The student should be able to

  1. Describe water as an ene7rgy system
  2. Explain erosional process of running water
  3. Explain the trasportational process and effect of running water in land for development
  4. Discuss the erosional and depositional feature of rivers
  5. Name major river basin in Nigeria 

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL(S)

  • Illustrative diagram and sketches
  • Pictures
  • Models
  • Film

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Takes students on field works to observe the effects of running water
  2. Uses diagram and sketch to explain corrosion, attrition, hydraulic action of rivers
  3. Guide class discussion on
  4. Erosional and trasportational processes
  5. Erosional and depositional features of rivers
  6. Supervises students work  

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

  1. Listen attentively to teachers explanation
  2. Ask question from the teacher
  3. Answer questions from the teacher
  4. Participate in class discussion
  5. Draw diagram showing
  6. Georges
  7. Waterfall
  8. Meanders
  9. Ox bow lake
  10. Cliff etc
  11. Copy the board  summary 

WEEK 3.

TOPIC

Action Of Wind

CONTENT

  1. Process of wind erosion
  2. Abrasion
  3. Attrition
  4. Deflation
  5. Characteristics and mode of formation of inselberg, rock pedestal, zengen, yardang Messa and bute etc
  6. Characteristics and mode of formation of barchans loess seif dune etc

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES

The student should be able to

  1. Identify and describe the processes of wind erosion
  2. Describe the feature of wind erosion
  3. Describe the feature of wind erosion  

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL(S)

  • Annotated diagrams and sketches
  • Pictures
  • Films
  • Models

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Uses pictures films, model and sketches to:
  2. Explain the process of abrasion attrition and deflation
  3. Describe the characteristics and mode of formation of inselberg, rock pedestal, zengen, yardang, barchans seif dune etc

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

  1. Listen to teachers explanation
  2. Ask question from the teacher
  3. Answer questions from the teacher
  4. Participate in class discussion
  5. Draw annoted diagram to show the feature of wind erosion and wind deposition 

WEEK 4

TOPIC

Glacial Action

CONTENT

  1. Glacial feature in highland areas
  2. Cirque
  3. Arête
  4. Tarn etc
  5. Glacial features in lowland areas
  6. Roche mountains
  7. Crag and tail etc
  8. Economic importance of glacial; feature

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES

The student should be able to

  1. Describe the characteristics features of glacial in highland and lowland areas
  2. Explain the mode of formation of these features
  3. Locate the countries where  they are found
  4. State the economic importance of the land forms

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL(S)

  • Annotated diagrams and sketches
  • Pictures
  • Films
  • Models

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Uses film, pictures diagram and model to
  2. Guide discussion on characteristics, mode of formation and economic importance of land form in glacial regions
  3. Supervise students as they make diagram of the land forms

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

  1. Listen to teachers explanation
  2. Ask question from the teacher
  3. Answer questions from the teacher
  4. Participate in class discussion

WEEK 5

TOPIC

Action Of Waves

CONTENT

  1. Definition and characteristics of waves tide and current
  2. Erosional processes corrosion, attrition solution and hydraulic action
  3. Erosional features cape bay, cliff caves, stack etc
  4. Coastal deposition beaches spit , Bar marine dunes

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES

The student should be able to

  1. Distinguish between waves tide and current.
  2. Explain the processes of wave erosion
  3. Describe the characteristics landform of coastal erosion and deposition

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL(S)

  • Sketches
  • Annotated diagram
  • Films
  • Pictures
  • Models

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Take students on field work to observe feature of wave erosion and deposition
  2. Use pictures, diagrams and models to
  3. Explain the meaning of wave tide and current
  4. Guide student to identify and describe features of coastal erosion and deposition
  5. Guide student as they draw diagram of coastal land forms

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

  1. Bring pictures of coastal land form to school
  2. Participate in guided tour
  3. Participate in class discussion
  4. Draw annotated diagram of the land forms
  5. Copy notes

WEEK 6

TOPIC

Oceans

CONTENT

  1. Meaning of ocean
  2. Types of ocean
  3. Economic importance of ocean
  4. Relief of the ocean floor
  5. The salinity of the ocean
  6. Ocean current
  7. Effect of ocean current on adjacent coastal areas

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES

The student should be able to

  1. Describe ocean basin
  2. Identify types of ocean and locate their position on the world map
  3. Describe the relief feature of the ocean
  4. Continental shelf
  5. Continental slope
  6. Enumerate the economic importance of ocean

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL(S)

  • Sketches
  • Annotated
  • Diagram
  • Films
  • Pictures
  • Models
  • Atlas
  • Maps

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Take students on field works to observe ocean basin
  2. Use diagrams, pictures films to – describe the relief of ocean floor
  3. Describe the movement of ocean current
  4. Guide student as they draw diagram of ocean floor

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

  1. Listen to teachers explanation
  2. Ask question from the teacher
  3. Answer questions from the teacher
  4. Copy notes

WEEK 7

TOPIC

Climatic Change

CONTENT

  1. Meaning Of Climatic Change
  2. Causes of climatic change
  3. Green house effect
  4. Ozone layer depletion
  5. Carbon emission etc
  6. Consequences of climatic change
  7. Melting of ice caps
  8. Increasing temperature
  9. High rainfall
  10. Cancer etc
  11. Remedies
  12. Reforestation
  13. Zero carbon emission
  14. Population reduction
  15. Stop use of aerosols
  16. Legislation etc

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES

The student should be able to

  1. Explain the causes of climatic change
  2. Discuss the consequences of climatic change
  3. Explain measure can take to prevent or remedy the problem

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL(S)

  • Posters
  • Documentary film
  • Photographs
  • Models
  • Government publications eg environmental protection laws

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Uses documentaries pictures etc to
  2. Explain climate change
  3. Discus causes and consequences of these changes on human environment
  4. Give examples of observe  consequences of climatic change in Nigeria e.g desert encroachment
  5. Summarizes the highlight of the lesson

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

  1. Watch documentary film
  2. Listen to teachers explanation
  3. Ask question from the teacher
  4. Answer  question from the teacher
  5. Participate in class discussion
  6. Copy the board summary

WEEK 8

TOPIC

Ecowas

CONTENT

  1. Meaning of ECOWAS
  2. Member Countries
  3. Purpose/Mandate of ECOWAS
  4. Advantages and disadvantages of ECOWAS
  5. Solution problems 

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES

The student should be able to

  1. State the meaning of acronym ECOWAS
  2. Identify ECOWAS member states
  3. Discus the purpose for which ECOWAS was formed
  4. State the advantages and disadvantages of ECOWAS
  5. Suggest solutions of ECOWAS problem 

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL(S)

  • Maps
  • Diagram and sketches
  • Internet
  • Documentaries
  • Drawing paper
  • Tracing paper

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Explain the meaning of ECOWAS
  2. Guide class discussion on solution to ECOWAS problems
  3. Help Student top locate the member states on map 

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

  1. Visit internet café
  2. Write report on their findings
  3. Participate in class discussion
  4. Draw a map of west Africa and insert the member countries on the map
  5. Copy the board summary 

WEEK 9

TOPIC

Trade

CONTENT

  1. Definition of trade
  2. Types of trade
  3. National
  4. International
  5. Reasons for Trade
  6. Importance of Trade
  7. Social
  8. Political
  9. Economics, etc

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES

The student should be able to

  1. Define Trade
  2. Discuss the different types of Trade
  3. Explain why trade Occurs
  4. Explain the importance of Trade 

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL(S)

  • Maps
  • Documentary films
  • Markets
  • Bank etc

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Take the student to visit the place where trading of different types takes place
  2. Uses documentaries, illustrative and photographs to
  3. Explain the meaning of Trade
  4. Identify types of trade
  5. Guide class discussion on the importance of trade

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

  1. Watch the film on the world trade center
  2. Listen to the teacher’s explanation
  3. Ask questions from the teacher
  4. Answer questions from the teacher
  5. Participate in class discussion
  6. Copy the board Summary

WEEK 10

TOPIC

Tourism

CONTENT

  1. Meaning of Tourism
  2. Tourist center
  3. Justification for tourism
  4. Leisure
  5. Recreation
  6. Education
  7. Importance of tourism
  8. Problem of tourism

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to

  1. Define tourism
  2. Identify and locate tourist center
  3. Discuss the importance of tourism
  4. Identify problems of tourism and suggest a solution

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL(S)

  • Maps
  • Documentary films
  • Diagrams
  • Pictures

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Take students to visit recreational facilities in the locality
  2. Uses documentaries illustrations pictures to
  3. Explain the meaning of tourism
  4. Locate the world tourist center
  5. Identify the problem of tourism and suggest a solution

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

  1. Visit recreational facilities
  2. Watch the film at the world tourist center
  3. Listen to the teacher’s explanation
  4. Participate in class discussion
  5. Locate tourist centres on maps

WEEK 11

TOPIC

Mining In Africa

CONTENT

  1. Meaning Of Mining
  2. Major Mining Areas In Africa
  3. Method of mining: copper, Gold, and petroleum
  4. Economic importance of copper, Gold, and petroleum
  5. Problem and solution to the problems of mining copper, Gold, and petroleum

BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTIVES

Students should be able to

  1. Explain the meaning of mining
  2. Identify major mining areas in Africa
  3. Describe the method of mining copper, Gold, and petroleum
  4. Locate areas where these minerals can be located on the Map of Africa
  5. State the economic importance of minerals

INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL(S)

  • Maps
  • Illustrative diagrams and sketches
  • Local mining site

TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES

  1. Lead the students to identify the mining areas
  2. Take students out to observe local mining quarry site
  3. Locate on the Map of Africa where copper, Gold, and petroleum are found

LEARNERS ACTIVITIES

  1. Participate in outdoor activities
  2. Identify where copper, Gold, and petroleum are found in Africa
  3. Participate in class discussion

WEEK 12& 13

Examination

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