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4

Population

Population structure

-  Consequences of population growth and structure

-  GDP

-  Resources

-  Sodial facilities

-  Food production

-  Dependency and

employment

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)  Define population

structure

(ii)  Explain

consequences of population

Asking and answering questions

Taking notes

Analyzing census population data

Download from internet

Statistical data

Text book

Journals

newpapers

Certificate Geography form 4 student copy pg 187-192

KLB secondary form four student book page 205-208

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1

Population

Problems of slow population Growth

-  Number of people

-  Labour force

-  Market Expensive supply of resources

Little revenue Limited investment differences

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i) Explain problems of slow population growth

And answering questions

Taking notes

Analyzing census

Statistical data

Text book

Journals

newpapers

Certificate Geography form 4 student copy pg 208-212

KLB secondary form four student book page 192

2

Population

Population in Kenya and Sweden Population growth in Kenya

Factors influencing Kenya

Rapid population growth

-  Cultural beliefs

-  Health service

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)  compare the

population growth in Kenya and Sweden

(ii)  explain factors

influencing

asking questions

taking notes

analyzing journals

reading newspapers

analyzing maps and atlases

text book

Journals

newspaper

Certificate Geography form 4 student copy pg 212

KLB secondary

-  Increased food production

-  Improved standards of living

-  religion

rapid

population

growth

form four student book page 193

Comprehensiv e Geography form 4 student book page 226-228

3

Population

Population growth in

Sweden

Factors

-  Slow population growth

-  Factors influencing the distribution of population

-  - mountains

-  Climate

-  Drainage

-  Forests

-  Mining centers

-  urbanization

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)  explain factors that

lead to slow

population

growth

(ii)  explain factors

influencing population distribution in Sweden

statistical data on population analyzing

asking and answering questions

taking notes

analyzing journals

analyzing maps and atlas

download from internet on population

text book

journals

atlas

maps

Certificate Geography form 4 student copy pg 213-215

KLB secondary form four student book page 195-196

Comprehensive Geography form 4 student book page 229-231

4

Population

Comparison between population in Kenya and Sweden

-  Similarities

-  differences

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i) compare

population trends in

downloading population census data

asking and answering questions

statistical data

journals

KLB

secondary form four student book page 196-197

Kenya and Sweden

taking notes

Comprehensiv e Geography form 4 student book page 231

MOCK EXAMINATIONS MODELLED) KCSE TIME TABLE

1

1

Settlement

Definition of settlement

-  Types of settlement

-  Rural

-  Urban Factors influencing location of settlement and patterns of settlement

-  Geographical

-  Economic defense

-  Government

-  Historical factors

-  Cultural practices

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)  Define the terms

settlement

(ii)  Explain factors

influencing location of settlement

-  Watching films, videos and slides

-  Drawing sketches

-  Interpreting photographs

-  Asking and answering questions

Resource persons

The field films

Videos

Slides

sketches

Certificate Geography form 4 student copy pg 220

KLB secondary form four student book page 198-199

Comprehensive Geography form 4 student book page 234-236

2

Settlement

Settlement patterns

-  Nucleated

-  Dispersed linear

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i) Describe different settlement patterns

Interpreting photograph

Asking and answering questions

Text book

Photograph

Certificate Geography form 4 student copy pg 220-222

KLB

secondary form four student book page 203-204

Comprehensiv e Geography form 4 student book page 236-238

3

Settlement

Distribution of major urban centers in East Africa

-  Transport

-  Capital towns

-  Cities

-  Sea ports

-  Lake ports

-  Mining towns

-  Industrial towns

-  Agriculture,

-  Administration

-  Tourism

-  Government Policy

-  population

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i) explain the factors influencing growth of urban centres

asking and answering questions

taking notes

maps & atlases

observations

text books

maps & atlases

Certificate Geography form 4 student copy pg 222-224

KLB secondary form four student book page 206-207

Comprehensive Geography form 4 student book page 238-242

4

Settlement

Factors influencing the growth of major urban centres in East Africa

-  Rural to urban migration

-  Natural growth of urban population

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i) explain the factors influencing the growth of urban centres

Asking and answering questions

Taking notes

Maps & atlases

observation

maps

field

atlas

KLB

secondary form four student book page 206-208

-  Infrastructure

-  Industrializatio n

-  Mining

-  Tourism

-  Agriculture

-  Administration

2

1

&

2

Settlement

Growth and functions of selected towns in Kenya

-  Thika

-  Kisumu

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i) Discuss the

functions of Thika & Kisumu

Atlases -observation

Maps

Taking notes

Field -work

Asking and answering questions

Sketching maps

Reading newspapers

journals

atlases

maps

field

Certificate Geography form 4 student copy pg 225-226

KLB secondary form four student book page 208-209

Comprehensive Geography form 4 student book page 242-247

3

Settlement

Eldoret

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)  Discuss the

functions

(ii)  Factors which led

to

development

Observing the maps

Sketching maps

Taking notes

Asking and answering questions

Oral exposition

Maps

Students book

Text book

Certificate Geography form 4 student copy pg 227

KLB secondary form four student book page 210-211

Comprehensiv e Geography form 4 student book page 246-247

4

Settlement

Nairobi City

-  Factors influencing growth

-  Problems affecting Nairobi city

-  functions

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)  Discuss the

functions

(ii)  Factors which led

to

development

Observing the maps

Taking notes

Asking and answering questions

Oral expositions

Maps

Student book

Text book

Certificate Geography form 4 student copy pg 228-237

KLB secondary form four student book page 211-215

Comprehensive Geography form 4 student book page 248-252

3

1

Settlement

New-York City

-  Origin

-  Factors that led to the growth

-  functions

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)  describe the new-

york city

(ii)  explain functions

of new-york city

asking and answering questions

taking notes

sketching maps

reading journals

observing photographs

text book

journals

maps

photographs

Certificate Geography form 4 student copy pg 228-237

KLB secondary form four student book page 211-215

Comprehensive Geography

form 4 student book page 248-252

2

Settlement

-  New-York City

-  Problems facing New York city

-  Comparison between Nairobi and New-York city

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)  Explain problems

facing New-York city

(ii)  Compare Nairobi

City and New-York city

Asking and answering questions

Taking notes

Sketching maps

Reading journals

Observing photographs

Text book

Maps

Photographs

KLB

secondary form four student book page 217-218

3

Settlement

Related studies between Mombasa & Rotterdam Mombasa port Factors influencing the growth of Mombasa

-  Deep well sheltered harbor

-  Modern port equipment

-  Large hinder land tourist & cultural centre

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)  Describe the port

of Mombasa

(ii)  Explain factors

influencing it's growth

Asking and answering questions

Taking notes

Observing Photographs

Taking photographs

Oral expositions

Listening to resource persons

Sketching diagrams (maps")

Resource persons

Field photographs

Text book

Diagrams (maps)

Certificate Geography form 4 student copy pg 234-237

KLB secondary form four student book page 218-221

4

Settlement

Rotterdam

-  Origin

-  Factors leading to development

-  Functions

-  Comparison between Mombasa and

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)  describe

Rotterdam

(ii)  explain factors

leading to it's development

(iii)  explain its

Observing Photographs

Sketching diagrams

Taking notes

Asking and answering questions

Photographs

Diagrams

textbook

Certificate Geography form 4 student copy pg 228-237

KLB

Rotterdam

ports

functions (iv) Compare

Mombasa Port and

Rotterdam

secondary form four student book page 222-224

Comprehensiv e Geography form 4 student book page 261-263

4

1

Settlement

Effects of urbanizations

-  Congestion

-  Unemploymen t pressure on Social Amenities

-  Environment on

degradation

-  Increased crime

-  Breakdown of family units

-  Lack of housing

-  Urban sprawls

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i) Explain the effects of

urbanizations

Taking photographs

Asking and answering questions

Taking notes

Photographs

Text book

Certificate Geography form 4 student copy pg 238-240

KLB secondary form four student book page 225-226

Comprehensive Geography form 4 student book page 264-266

2

Management and conservation of the environment

Definitions

-  Environment

-  Management conservation

-  Need for environmental conservation and

management

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)  Define

environment

management

conservation

(ii)  Explain the need

for

Refer from text book

Taking photographs

Asking and answering questions

Taking notes

Visiting fields &

Photographs

Text book

Field

Farms

Certificate Geography form 4 student copy pg 234-237

KLB

environmental

conservation

&

management

farms

secondary form four student book page 218-221

Comprehensiv e Geography form 4 student book page 264-266

3

Management and conservation of the Environment

Environment

Hazards

-  Tropical cyclones

-  Earth quakes

-  Drought

-  Pest and diseases

-  Windstorms

-  Volcanic eruption

-  Toxic gases

-  Fins

-  Oil spills

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)  Define hazard

(ii)  Explain different

environmental

hazards

Taking photographs

Observing photographs

Visiting flood

Prone areas

Discussions

Photographs

Text book

field

Certificate Geography form 4 student copy pg 243

KLB secondary form four student book page 231-234

Comprehensive Geography form 4 student book page 270

4

Impacts of selected hazards & measures of combating Flood

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)  Describe floods

(ii)  Explain measures

of combating floods

Taking photographs

Observing photographs

Visiting flood

Prone areas

discussions

Photograph

Text book

Certificate Geography form 4 student copy pg 243-244

KLB

secondary form four student book page 237

Comprehensiv e Geography form 4 student book page 270-273

5

1

Lighting

Windstorm

Pests and diseases

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)  Describe hazards

(ii)  Explain measures

combating

lighting

Discussions

Asking and answering

questions

Taking notes

Observing photographs

Photograph

Text book

Certificate Geography form 4 student copy pg 245-246

KLB secondary form four student book page 237-241

Comprehensive Geography form 4 student book page 273-278

2

&

3

Pollution

-  Water

-  Soil

-  Noise Measures of combating polluting

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i)  Describe the

pollution

-  Water

-  Soil

-  Air

-  Noise

(ii)  Explain measure of

Observing photographs

Asking and answering questions

Taking notes

Photographs

Text book

Certificate Geography form 4 student copy pg 247-251

KLB secondary

combating

pollution

form four student book page 241-246

Comprehensiv e Geography form 4 student book page 281-286

4

Environment management and conservation in Kenya

-  Legislation

-  Education

-  Research

-  Rehabilitation of derelict land

By the end of the lesson, the learner should be able to

(i) Explain

environmental

management

and

conservation

Asking and answering questions

Taking notes

Text book

Certificate Geography form 4 student copy pg 252-255

KLB secondary form four student book page 246-250

Comprehensive Geography form 4 student book page 286-290