Geography Syllabus for Grades 9 and 10

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Geography Grade 9 and10,Table of Contents,Introduction. Profile of Geography students at the end of Secondary school first Cycle 9 and 10. Minimum learning competencies for geography secondary education first cycle 9 and10. Content flow chart of Geography grades 9 and 10, First cycle secondary education 9 and10 learning outcomes for geography. Grade level learning outcomes for grade 9 Geography. Syllabus of Geography for grade 9, Grade level learning outcomes for grade 10 Geography. Syllabus of Geography for Grade 10, Desktop Files September 2008 Geography Grade 9 and 10 Comp 1 CV 2 iii. Geography Grade 9 and10,Participants, Abraham Asfa From General Education Curriculum Framework Development Department MoE.
Koang Gatihak From Gambella Regional Education Bureau. Melkamu Fantaw From Afar Region,Solomon Wondimu From Addis Ababa Education Bureau. Tamrat Fitie From Addis Ababa,Yalew Seyfu From Dire Dawa. Yilema Eshete From Addis Ababa,Group Leader, Abraham Embaye From General Education Curriculum Framework Development Department MoE. Consultant,Tesfaye Shiferaw Ph D Addis Ababa University. Desktop Files September 2008 Geography Grade 9 and 10 Comp 1 CV 2 iv. Geography Grade 9 and10,Introduction, The purposes of first cycle secondary education are bridging general Thus the present geography curriculum has been made suitable for the.
education to preparatory of higher education and to technical vocational realization of active learning methods and out come based learning The. education and training TVET and preparing learners to the world of work curriculum is also revisited to make it competent to the international. This level is also the highest level of general education under the Ethiopian standard Moreover it gives greater opportunity to teachers than the. educational structure previous curriculum so that they can add their professional input and. implement in a flexible way The material is prepared by team of experts. Geography as component of general education contributes to the and teachers coming from MoE and regions. realization of the above purposes The unique nature of the subject. geography helps learners form bases for the understandings the For clarity purposes this curriculum is made to contain. interrelationship and interaction of phenomena in the society and the world Profile of geography students at the end of grade ten which shows. This condition plays important role in enabling learners to see their future the contribution of attending geography lesson in realizing the. choice of education carrier training in the context of the well being of the expected general profile of learners at the end of the cycle. individual and people in their respective as well as world society It also Minimum learning competencies for geography education of the. enhance the presence of informed participation in relation to keeping local cycle. and global environment healthy for the sake of future generation Within Content flow chart of the cycle. the framework of the above understandings geography has been one of the Grade level learning outcomes of each grade 9 and10. subjects given in our schools The respective grade syllabuses. Besides the competencies and content flow chart are organized around. Currently quality has become an issue in our education system Research five themes The concept of geography map reading physical. and learning assessment reports like national learning assessment and joint environment human economic aspects and public and policy related. review mission of MoE indicated us that the performance of learners was issues Using these themes the syllabuses of grade 9 and 10 have been. below what is expected Besides need assessment reports made in relation arranged in four units. to the realization of geography curriculum has shown us the need for. reviewing our curriculum As a whole all these reports forced us to revise Thirty four weeks are assigned in a year to cover the lesson of each. our geography curriculum in line of competency based approach which is grade with two periods per week The content load is minimized to be. defined in our new curriculum frame work balanced with the allotted time. Desktop Files September 2008 Geography Grade 9 and 10 Comp 1 CV 2 iv. Geography Grade 9 and10, Profile of Geography students at the end of Secondary School First cycle 9 and 10. Students have general knowledge of geography that enable them to understand their natural and social environment. Students are active participant in, Social and cultural development of their country and Environmental protection. Students play healthy role in the interaction between human and natural environments. Students communicate with people using maps, Students can live with people of diverse background by appreciating multiculturalism and value livelihood diversity. Students can contribute their part in the effort of sustainable development of their country and the world. Students utilize their geographical knowledge to connect social natural phenomenon. Students can be capable to continue technical training and prepare for further academic carrier using their geographical knowledge as a base. Desktop Files September 2008 Geography Grade 9 and 10 Comp 1 CV 2 vi. Geography Grade 9 and10, First Cycle Secondary Education 9 and 10 Learning outcomes for Geography. After students study geography at the end of first cycle secondary education the expected learning outcomes are that students will be able to. Develop a basic understanding of the geologic history of the earth in general and Ethiopia in particular. Analyze factors and processes of landform formation. Comprehend the elements of weather and climate and the mechanisms that create discernible climate pattern in Ethiopia and the world at large. Relate major types of natural resources and associated problems and there by develop a set of values and feelings of concern for the resources and the. motivation for actively participating in their protection. Realize some basic concepts major theories as well as the impact of population growth on socio economic development and the environment and measures. taken to harmonize them in Ethiopia and the world, Appreciate major types of economic activities practiced in Ethiopia and the world at large factors affecting their distribution as well as their levels of.
development, Acquire basic skills in understanding reading using and interpreting maps. Know the distribution and types of natural regions of the world and appreciate the unique feature of Ethiopia. Desktop Files September 2008 Geography Grade 9 and 10 Comp 1 CV 2 vii. Geography Syllabus, Desktop Files September 2008 Geography Grade 9 Comp 1 CV 2. Geography Grade 9, First Cycle Secondary Education 9 10 Learning outcomes for Geography. Grade level learning outcomes for grade 9 geography. After completing grade nine geography lesson the students will be able. 1 To develop understanding and acquire knowledge of. The term geography the development of geography as a discipline and the branches of geography. Meaning of map basic uses of map, Some of the marginal information given on maps as well as. Conventional signs and symbols used to represent different features on maps. The resulting landforms formed by each internal and external forces. The meaning of weathering its types and landforms resulted from chemical weathering. Types and characteristics of agents of erosion and associated landscapes with it. The process of deposition and its associated landforms. The meaning origin composition and layer of the earth s atmosphere. Weather and climate and the concept of temperature. Formation and types of rainfall as well as types of wind. The concept of region and regional study,Major characteristics of tropical zone.
Sub regions of tropical zone the characteristics of equatorial rain forest and hot desert regions. Major characteristics of temperate zone and its sub regions. The general characteristics of the Mediterranean and the coniferous regions and. The term ecosystem its components and interdependence. The concept and facts about human population, Sources of population data densely and sparsely populated areas of the world. Settlement patterns of population, The five types of economic activities and their major characteristics. The concept of land use,The concept of natural resources. Classification of natural resources as renewable non renewable. Direct and indirect use of natural vegetation,The economic significance of wild animals. The importance of soil,2 To develop skills and abilities of.
Determining the scope of geography,Categorizing maps based on scale and purpose. Desktop Files September 2008 Geography Grade 9 Comp 1 CV 2 iii. Geography Grade 9,Converting and calculating scale of the map. Constructing statistical diagrams, Using simple line graph simple bar graph and pie chart bases on the data provided. Appraising the variation of temperature, Demonstrating how to measure and record temperature data. Computing and interpreting temperature laps rate and data. Practicing measuring and recording of rainfall,Demonstrating the temperature zones of the world.
3 To develop the habits and attitude of,Appreciation to the historical development of map. Discrimination of the impact of relief on climate over the influence of latitude in Ethiopia. Recognition of the major characteristics of frigid zone its sub regions tundra and polar ice caps. Identification and demonstration of the interdependence in the ecosystem. Appreciation for the varied uses of minerals, Realization of the prevalence and impact of HIV AIDS. Accept and participate in the implementation of Ethiopian environment policy. Realization of the elements of Ethiopian economic policy for development. Desktop Files September 2008 Geography Grade 9 Comp 1 CV 2 iv. Geography Grade 9, Unit One The concept of geography and map reading 12 Periods. Unit Out comes students will be able to, Recognize the concept scope and branches of geography. Express the meaning historical development uses and types of map. Compute field distance areas of irregular shaped figures construct and interpret statistical diagrams. Competencies Main Contents Suggested activities, Students will be able to 1 The concept of geography.
and map reading, Define the term 1 1 Introduction to the Ask the learners what they know about the subject geography and help them to arrive at a. Geography concept of Geography correct definition and then determine the scope and branches of geography. Describe the 2 Periods Arrange small group discussion so that students discuss on what makes an academic. development of Meaning of geography subject science and equate it to prove that geography is science Small groups discussion. geography as a discipline results have to be reported to the whole class in order to arrive at the desired points through. Scope of geography,Determine the scope of whole class discussion. Branches of geography,What makes geography,Identify the branches of. Identify the,characteristics that make,the subject of geography. Explain the meaning of 1 2 Introduction to the Review the meaning of map and discuss its historical development Organize students into. map concept of map reading small groups to discuss the uses map its classification as well as marginal information. Appreciate the historical 8 Periods,development of map Meaning of map.
Historical development,Traditional,State the basic uses of Uses of map. Classification of map,By function, Desktop Files September 2008 Geography Grade 9 Comp 1 CV 2 1. Geography Grade 9,Competencies Main Contents Suggested activities. Distinguish the,conventional signs and, symbols used to General Let students review the scale of a map in small groups and then practice conversion of. represent different Specific linear scales into areal scales. features on maps By scale,Categorize maps based Large scale map.
on scale and purpose Medium,Marginal information,Conventional signs. Identify some of the and symbols,marginal information Scale of map. given on maps,Grid reference,Magnetic declination,The relationship between. Convert linear scale to,linear and areal scales,areal scale. How to find scale of the, Calculate scale of the Demonstrate the ways of finding scale of a map and then let students practice how to find.
map the scale of a map Using degree values of latitude using ruler measurement. Calculate the areas of,regular and irregular Measurement of regular. shaped figures by and Irregular shaped,referring to the scale of areas. Statistical diagrams Provide given data of population production climate then organize students to represent the. Construct statistical data using simple line graph simple bar graph and pie chart. Simple line graph,diagrams using simple,Simple bar graph. line graph bar graph and,pie chart based on the Pie chart. provided data, Desktop Files September 2008 Geography Grade 9 Comp 1 CV 2 2.
Geography Grade 9,Assessment, Students performance has to be assessed continuously over the whole unit In addition a student working above the minimum requirement level and. The assessment will be made by comparing students performance with the considered as higher achiever should be able to evaluate varied definitions. specified level of competencies Besides the teacher has to recognize the of geography state the fundamental differences of maps that are classified. First Cycle Secondary Education 9 10 Learning outcomes for Geography Grade level learning outcomes for grade 9 geography After completing grade nine geography lesson the students will be able 1 To develop understanding and acquire knowledge of The term geography the development of geography as a discipline and the branches of geography Meaning of map basic uses of map Some of the

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