Students to collect newspaper cuttings of finance houses.
Students compute gross and net profit using the two approach.
Students calculate the rate of turnover from a given data.
Students write short notes on types of business law from the board.
Resources; publications on government regulations.
Students copy notes from the board.
Resources; articles and memorandum of association.
Students outline the departments in organization.
Resources; charts, diagrams.
Students draw organizational chart in their notebooks.
Resources; charts, pictures, and newspaper cuttings.
Students distinguish between market and marketing.
- Meaning and characteristics of waves, tides and currents
- guide discussions of erosional processes and coastal landforms
- help students identify and describe features of coastal erosion and deposition.
- Guides and supervises students as they make annotated diagrams of landforms
- Takes students on field work to observe features of wave erosion and deposition
- Bring pictures of coastal landforms to school
- Participate in guided tour to observe coastal landforms.
Instructional Materials : Films, Pictures, Models, slides, Sketches and Annotated diagrams.
- Uses the globe, maps, diagrams and sketches to explain climatic factors and their influence on weather and
- Guides class discussions on :
- characteristics of major climatic types
- their geographic distribution and influence of climatic types on human activities
- classification of climate
- Takes students on a study trip to a meteorological stations
- Draw diagrams and sketches to show the effects of latitude, planetary winds, pressure, ocean currents, distance from the sea etc on climate.
- Draw a map of the world showing the distribution of climatic types/ regions
- Draw a map of the world showing Greek climatic classification system, and that, showing koppen’s classification
Maps, slides/power points, drawing paper, sketches and diagrams. Colour pencils , Tracing paper
- Components of each type of environmental resources
- Quality of human resources in relation to size, skilled and unskilled human resources, education and health etc,
- uses and importance of environmental resources
- Uses pictures, charts and maps to explain the meaning of environmental resources
Draw a table indicating the types of resources
- Components of the resources, their sources and uses.
- illustrative diagrams and sketches
- Initiates and guide students discussions on advantages and disadvantages of the types.
- Takes students on field tour to identify renewable and non renewable resources in their community.
Students : Participate in field work
- Watch documentaries of renewable and non-renewable resources
- Tabulate resources as renewable and non renewable resources.
Instructional Materials :
- Uses pictures and documentaries to guide students discussion of ;
- Environmental problems and their effect on human activities
- Solution to the problems
- Takes students on field work to observe environmental problems and their causes.
- Observe environmental problems in their community
- Watch documentary films of environmental problems
Instructional Materials :
- Uses pictures, charts and maps to explain the meaning of environmental conservation
- Initiates and guides discussions on ;
- Types of environmental conservation
- Needs and importance of environmental conservation
Listen to teacher and participate in discussion
Environmental education :
- Video clips/tapes