Home Teachers' Resources STANDARD 8 SOCIAL STUDIES SCHEMES OF WORK TERM 1-3

STANDARD 8 SOCIAL STUDIES SCHEMES OF WORK TERM 1-3

Social Studies schemes of work

Standard Eight term I

  1. Our Lives Today pupil’s book 8
  2. Our Lives Today teacher’s guide book 8
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LESN TOPIC SUB-TOPIC OBJECTIVES TEACHERS ACTIVITIES LEARNER,S ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES ASSMESSMENT REMARKS  
1 REPORTING AND PREPARATIONS    
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1 Map reading Symbols By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the u

se of symbols to read and  interpret maps

–        Observing maps

–        Identifying symbols

–        Drawing symbols

–        Interpreting  a map

–        Observing maps

–        Identifying symbols

–        Drawing symbols

–        Interpreting  a map

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall map

OLT PBK PG 2-4

OLT TGP1

Drawing maps    
2 Map reading Area By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to calculate the area of a given region –        Observing map

–        Drawing regions

–        Calculating area

–        Observing map

–        Drawing regions

–        Calculating area

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK PG 4-6

OLT TGP1-2

Written exercise    
3 Map reading Area By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify types of scale –        Observing maps

–        Identifying symbols

–        Drawing symbols

–        Interpreting  a map

–        Observing maps

–        Identifying symbols

–        Drawing symbols

–        Interpreting  a map

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK PG 6-9

OLT TGP3

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4 Map reading Distance /scale By the end of the lesson the learner should be able  convert measurements given a scale –        Identifying types of scale

–        Drawing symbols

–        Interpreting  a map

–        Identifying types of scale

–        Drawing symbols

–        Interpreting  a map

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing distance

OLT PBK PG 9-10  OLT TGP1-4 Written exercise    
5 Map reading Distance By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  measure distance represented on a map –        Measuring

–        Identifying symbols

–        Drawing symbols

–        Interpreting  a map

–        Measuring

–        Identifying symbols

–        Drawing symbols

–        Interpreting  a map

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing compass point

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK PG 10-12

OLT TGP1-4

Oral exercise    
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1 Map reading Direction By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the direction of places using compass point –        Observing maps

–        Identifying symbols

–        Drawing symbols

–        Interpreting  a map

–        Observing maps

–        Identifying symbols

–        Drawing symbols

–        Interpreting bhjkjkjh

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK PG 12-14

OLT TGP1-4

Drawing maps    
2 Map reading Colours By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify various conventional colours used on the map –        Explaining the meaning of colours

–        Observing maps

–        Identifying colours

–        Explaining the meaning of colours

–        Observing maps

–        Identifying colours

–        Maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK PG 13-16

OLT TGP4-5

Written exercise    
3 Map reading Scales By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify types of scale –        Explanation

–        Observing maps

–        Identifying colours

–        Drawing symbols

–        Interpreting  a map

–        Explanation

–        Observing maps

–        Identifying colours

–        Drawing symbols

–        Interpreting  a map

–         Maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall maps

 

OLT PBK PG 17-18

OLT TGP6-7

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4 Physical environment  Effects of physical features By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain the effects of the physical features –        Explanation

–        Interpreting  a map features

–        Questioning

–        Explanation

–        Interpreting  a map features

–        Questioning

–        Maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall maps

 

OLT PBK PG18-23

OLT TGP8

Written exercise    
5 Physical environment Effect on human activity By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain how these features affect human activities –        Explanation

–        Identifying ways physical feature affect human activities

–        Explanation

–        Identifying ways physical feature affect human activities

–        Maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK PG 23-24

OLT TGP9

Oral exercise    
 

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Climate Traditional weather observation By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify traditional methods of weather observation –        Identifying traditional methods of weather observation

–        Questioning

–        Identifying traditional methods of weather observation

–        Questioning

–        Maps

–        Wall maps

Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK PG 25-26

OLT TGP10

Drawing maps    
  2 Climate Modern weather observation By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to observe and measure weather using Modern methods –        Discussion

–        Identifying modern methods of weather observation

–        Discussion

–        Identifying modern methods of weather observation

–        Maps

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK PG 25-4

OLT TGP10

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3 Climate Observing and measuring weather By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to record weather elements using modern methods –        Explanation

–        Identifying modern methods of weather recording

–        Explanation

–        Identifying modern methods of weather recording

–        Weather instruments

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK PG 26

OLT TGP11

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4 Climate Factor influencing  climate By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and describe factors influencing climate change –        Explanation

–        Identifying factor influencing weather

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Identifying factor influencing weather

–        Discussion

–        Weather instruments

–        Weather chats

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK PG 27

OLT TGP11

Written exercise    
5 Climate Impact of climate change By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the impact of climate change –        Explanation

–        Identifying factor influencing weather

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Identifying factor influencing weather

–        Discussion

–        Weather instruments

–        Weather chats

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK PG 28

OLT TGP11

Oral exercise    
1 People and population

 

The stone age By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to trace the evolution and development o the early man –        Explanation

–        Identifying development of the early man

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Identifying development of the early man

–        Discussion

–        Pictures of 5the early man

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK PG 28-29

OLT TGP12

Drawing maps    
2 Evolution of early man The stone age By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to trace the evolution and development o the early man –        Explanation

–        Identifying development of the early man

–        Explanation

–        Identifying development of the early man

–        Pictures of early man

–        Map of prehistoric sites

OLT PBK PG 29-30

OLT TGP12

Written exercise    
3 Evolution of early man Pre-historic sites By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  name and identify the prehistoric sites in Eastern Africa –        Explanation

–        Identifying prehistoric sites

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Identifying prehistoric sites

–        Discussion

–        Pictures of 5the early man

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK PG -30

OLT TGP12

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4 Evolution of early man Prehistoric sites in eastern Africa By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to locate prehistoric sites in east Africa –        Explanation

–        Identifying prehistoric sites

–        Explanation

–        Identifying prehistoric sites

–        Pictures of 5the early man

–        Map of prehistoric sites

OLT PBK PG -31

OLT TGP12

     
5 Types of migration Rural- urban migration By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  state the reason for migration from rural to urban centres –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Diagrams from pupils book

–        Map of town and villages

OLT PBK PG 32

OLT TGP13

     
6 1 Types of migration Rural-rural By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state reasons for rural to rural migration –        Observing maps

–        Identifying reasons

–        Discussion

–        Observing maps

–        Identifying reasons

–        Discussion

–        PAPER CUTTING

OLT PBK8 PG32-33      
2 Types of migration Urban-urban By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state reasons for urban to urban migration –        Observing maps

–        Identifying reasons

–        Discussion

–        Observing maps

–        Identifying reasons

–        Discussion

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK8 PG34      
3 Types of migration Urban – rural By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state reasons for urban  to rural migration –        Observing maps

–        Identifying reasons

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Observing maps

–        Identifying reasons

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK8 PG35-36      
4 Types of migration Migration into and from Kenya By the end of the lesson the learner should be able  to state reason for migration into and from Kenya –        Observing maps

–        Identifying reasons

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Observing maps

–        Identifying reasons

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Diagrams from pupils book

–        Population pyramids

OLT PBK8 PG37-38 Drawing maps    
5 Types of migration Effects of migration By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  state the effects of migration –        Observing maps

–        Identifying reasons

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Observing maps

–        Identifying reasons

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Diagrams from pupils book

–        Population pyramids

OLT PBK8 PG38-40 Written exercise    
6 1 Factors influencing population growth Factors leading to slow population growth By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the factors that lead to slow population growth –        Observing maps

–        Identifying reasons

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Observing maps

–        Identifying reasons

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall map

OLT PBK8 PG41-42 Filling in blank spaces    
2 Factors influencing population growth Factors leading to rapid population growth By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify factors that lead to rapid population growth –        Observing maps

–        Identifying reasons

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Questioning

–        Observing maps

–        Identifying reasons

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Questioning

–        Diagrams from pupils book

–        Population pyramids

OLT PBK PG 43

OLT SSTG PG 19

Written exercise    
3 Factors influencing population growth Problems of population growth By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and explain problems of slow population growth and problems of rapid population growth –        Observing maps

–        Identifying reasons

–        Discussion

–        Observing maps

–        Identifying reasons

–        Discussion

–         Maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK PG 44

OLT SSTG PG 19

Oral exercise    
4 Population growth  Managing slow population growth By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain ways of managing slow population growth –        Observing maps

–        Identifying reasons

–        Discussion

–        Observing maps

–        Identifying reasons

–        Discussion

–        Diagrams from pupils book

Local environment

OLT PBK PG 45

OLT SSTG PG 17

Drawing maps    
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Population growth Managing rapid population growth By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain way of managing rapid population growth –        Explanation

–        Identifying ways

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Identifying ways

–        Discussion

–        Diagrams from pupils book

–        Local environment

OLT PBK PG 46

OLT SSTG PG 17

Written exercise    
 

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The population of Kenya The population of Kenya By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and describe the structure –        Observing maps

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Questioning

–        Observing maps

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Questioning

–        Diagrams from pupils book

–        Local environment

OLT PBK PG 46

OLT SSTG PG 18

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7 MID TERM EXAMINATIONS    
8 2 The population of Kenya Population of Kenya By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to observe and measure weather using Modern methods –        Identifying modern methods of weather observation –        Identifying modern methods of weather observation –        Diagrams from pupils book

–        Local environment

OLT PBK PG 47

OLT SSTG PG 18

Written exercise    
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 Population of Kenya , Germany and India Comparison of population of Kenya, Germany and India By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to compare population of Kenya, German and India –        Explanation

–        Comparing

–        Observing

–        Questioning

–        Explanation

–        Comparing

–        Observing

–        Questioning

–        Diagrams from pupils book

–        Population pyramids

OLT PBK PG 48-50

OLT SSTG PG 20

Oral exercise    
4 The school How the school is managed By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and describe how the schools are managed –        Explanation

–        Identifying factor

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Explanation

–        Identifying factor

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Pictures from the book

–        Resource person

OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

Drawing maps    
5 The school Role of the pupils in the school management By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the role of the pupil in the school management –        Explanation

–        Identifying factor influencing weather

–        Explanation

–        Identifying factor influencing weather

–        Diagrams from pupils book OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

Written exercise    
1 The school

 

The role of the school in the society By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to trace the evolution and development o the early man –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Diagrams from pupils book OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

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2 The school Role of the school in he society By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain the role of the school in the society –        Observing maps

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Questioning

–        Observing maps

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Questioning

–        Pictures of school OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

Written exercise    
3 The  family Different marriage systems By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  name and appreciate different marriage systems –        Explanation

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Explanation

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Diagrams from pupils book OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

Oral exercise    
4 The family Right and responsibilities in marriages By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to appreciate and respect the rights of individual within the family and society –        Explanation

–        Right and responsibility in marriage

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Explanation

–        Identifying prehistoric sites

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Pictures of 5the family OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

Drawing maps    
5 The family Succession and inheritance By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  explain and appreciate the inheritance and succession of family wealth and property –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Pictures of 5the family OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

Written exercise    
10 1 Agriculture Traditional forms of agriculture By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and describe the tradition forms of agriculture –        Observing maps

–        Identifying symbols

–        Drawing

–        Observing maps

–        Identifying symbols

–        Drawing

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

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2 Agriculture Traditional agriculture

Crops grown

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to name the subsistence crops grown in tradition agriculture –        Observing map

–        Drawing regions

–        Calculating area

–        Observing map

–        Drawing regions

–        Calculating area

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing agriculture

OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

Written exercise  
3 Agriculture Tradition ways of storing food By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify ways of storing food traditionally and state methods used in farming –        Observing maps

–        Identifying symbols

–        Drawing symbol

–        Observing maps

–        Identifying symbols

–        Drawing symbol

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

Oral exercise  
4 Agriculture Settler farming in Kenya By the end of the lesson the learner should be able  identify areas where settler farming was practised and describe the methods of farming they used –        Conversion

–        Observing maps

–        Identifying Drawing

–        Conversion

–        Observing maps

–        Identifying Drawing

–        Local environment

–        Charts showing agriculture

OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

Drawing maps  
5 Agriculture Settlement schemes By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  identify settlement schemes and state reasons for establishment of settlement schemes in Kenya –        Observing maps

–        Identifying symbols

–        Drawing

–        Observing maps

–        Identifying symbols

–        Drawing

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing compass point

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

Written exercise  
11 1 Agriculture Benefits and problems of settlement schemes By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state the benefits and problems of settlement schemes –        Observing maps

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Observing maps

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing

–        Wall map

OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

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2 agriculture Irrigation schemes, Ahero, Mwea and Pekerra By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify crop grown and irrigation method used in different irrigation schemes –        Explaining

–        Observing

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Explaining

–        Observing

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Pictures

–         Maps

OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

Written exercise  
3 Agriculture Irrigation schemes, Ahero, Mwea and Pekerra By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state the contribution of irrigation scheme to Kenyan economy –        Explanation

–        Observing

–        Drawing s

–        Questioning

–        Explanation

–        Observing

–        Drawing s

–        Questioning

–         Maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

Oral exercise  
4 Agriculture  Irrigation schemes, Ahero, Mwea and Pekerra By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain problems facing irrigation schemes n Kenya –        Explanation

–        Interpreting  a map features

–        Questioning

–        Explanation

–        Interpreting  a map features

–        Questioning

–        Maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

Drawing maps  
5 Agriculture Horticulture farming By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain the meaning of horticulture and crop grown –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

Written exercise  
 

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Agriculture Horticulture farming By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state the contribution of horticulture to the economy –        Explanation

–        Identifying t observation

–        Questioning

–        Explanation

–        Identifying t observation

–        Questioning

–        Maps

–        Wall maps

Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

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  1 Agriculture   By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state the problems facing agriculture –        Discussion

–        Identifying

–        Questioning

–        Discussion

–        Identifying

–        Questioning

–        Maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

Written exercise  
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3 Agriculture Horticulture farming in Kenya and Netherlands By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to compare horticulture farming in Kenya and in Netherlands –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Questioning

–        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Questioning

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

Oral exercise  
4 Agriculture Fish farming By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify fish farming areas in Kenya and types of fish kept –        Explanation

–        Identifying f

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Identifying f

–        Discussion

–        Diagrams from pupils book OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

Drawing maps  
5 Agriculture Fish farming in Kenya and Japan By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to compare fish farming in Kenya and Japan –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Diagrams from pupils book OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

Written exercise  
2 Revision Revision By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  answer questions based on the work covered –        Revision

–        Asking and answering question

–        Revision

–        Asking and answering question

–        Revision paper

–        Book exercises

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EXAMINATIONS  
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Social Studies schemes of work

Standard Eight term II

Year 2014

 

 

 

 

  1. Our Lives Today pupil’s book 8
  2. Our Lives Today teacher’s guide book 8
WEEK LSN TOPIC SUBTOPIC OBJECTIVES TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES LEARNER’S  ATIVITIES RESOURCES REFERENCES ASSESSMENT REMARKS
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 1 Mining Distribution of minerals in Kenya By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and locate the distribution of minerals in Kenya –        Identifying method of extraction

–        Discussion

–        Identifying method of extraction

–        Discussion

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG85

OLT TG PG

 

Drawing maps  
2 Mining Extraction of minerals By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify methods used to extract minerals –        Explanation

–        Identifying method of extraction

–        Explanation

–        Identifying method of extraction

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG85

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
3 Mining   By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify methods used to extract soda ash and fluorspar –        Explanation

–        Identifying method of extraction

–        Explanation

–        Identifying method of extraction

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG86

OLT TG PG

 

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4-5 Mining

 

  By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify methods used to extract limestone and ,diatomite and gemstone –        Identifying method of extraction

–        Discussion

–        Identifying method of extraction

–        Discussion

–        Pictures of the early man

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG87

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
1 Mining   By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify use of limestone diatomite and gemstone –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Picture cutting

OLT PBK7 PG88

OLT TG PG

 

Oral exercise  
3 Mining   By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  identify ways of extracting sand, marble and sand   and state their uses –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Pictures of 5the early man

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG89

OLT TG PG

 

Drawing maps  
4 Mining Problems of mining By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state problems associated with mining   and effect of mining to the environment –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Pictures of 5the early man

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG90

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
5 Mining Contribution to the economy By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  state the contribution of minerals to the economy  –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Pictures of 5the early man

–        Diagrams

OLT PBK7 PG91

OLT TG PG

 

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3 1 Forestry Distribution of forest in Kenya By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and locate forests in Kenya  –        Identifying method of extraction

–        Discussion

–        Observing maps

–        Drawing symbols

–        Interpreting  a map

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall map

OLT PBK7 PG 91

OLT TG PG

 

Drawing maps  
2 Forestry Problem facing forestry By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe problems facing forestry –        Explanation

–        Identifying method of extraction

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG92

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
3 Forestry Deforestation By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the effect of deforestation in Kenya  –        Explanation

–        Identifying method of extraction

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG92

OLT TG PG

 

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4 Forestry Conservation By the end of the lesson the learner should be able  list the ways of conserving forests  –        Identifying method of extraction

–        Discussion

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

 

–        Local environment

–        Sketch maps

OLT PBK7 PG92-92

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
5 Forestry appreciating By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  appreciate the need to conserve forests –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts

–        Wall maps

 

OLT PBK7 PG93

OLT TG PG

 

Oral exercise  
4 1 Soil Distribution of soils in Kenya By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and locate major soil types in Kenya   –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts

–        Wall maps

 

OLT PBK7 PG94

OLT TG PG

 

Drawing maps  
2 Soil Uses of soil By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify uses of soil –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Observing chart

–        Discussion

–        explanation

 

–        Pictures

–         Maps

–        Charts

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG95

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
3 Soil Soil erosion By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify types of soil erosion  –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Questioning

–         Maps

–        Charts

–        Wall maps

 

OLT PBK7 PG96

OLT TG PG

 

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4 Soil  Causes and effect of soil erosion By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state causes and effects of soil erosion –        Explanation –        Explanation

–        Interpreting  a map features

–        Questioning

–        Maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG 97

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
5 Soil Soil conservation By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and describe soil conservation measures  –        Interpreting  a map features –        Explanation

–        Identifying ways

–        Discussion

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG 98

OLT TG PG

 

Oral exercise  
5 1 Wildlife and tourism  Major game parks By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and locate major game park  Questioning –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG98

OLT TG PG

 

Drawing maps  
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 Wildlife and tourism  Importance of wildlife By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain importance of wildlife –        Explanation –        Observing chart

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG100

OLT TG PG

Written exercise  
4 Wildlife and tourism  Problem facing wildlife By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and describe problems facing wildlife  –        Interpreting  a map features –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Diagrams from pupils book OLT PBK7 PG103

OLT TG PG

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5 Wildlife and tourism  Conserving wildlife By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe ways of conserving wildlife  Questioning –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG105-117

OLT TG PG

Written exercise  
1 Wildlife and tourism  Major tourist attraction By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify major tourist attraction –        Explanation –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Provisional paper

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG156-117

OLT TG PG

Oral exercise  
2 Wildlife and tourism  Importance of tourism By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state the importance of tourism –        Interpreting  a map features –        Explanation

–        Identifying

Discussion

–        Wall maps

Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG156-117

OLT TG PG

Drawing maps  
3 Wildlife and tourism  Problem facing tourism By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and describe problems facing tourism Questioning –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG156-117

OLT TG PG

Written exercise  
4 Industries Location of industries By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain factors influencing location of industries –        Explanation –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG156-117

OLT TG PG

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5 Industries   Types  of industries By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to name types of industries –        Interpreting  a map features –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG156-117

OLT TG PG

Written exercise  
7 MID TERM EXAMINATIONS  
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1 Industries   Types of industries By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and name   types of industries giving examples Questioning –        Discussion

–        observation

–        Questioning

–        Diagrams from pupils book

–        Local environment

OLT PBK PG 57

OLT SSTG PG 18

Oral exercise  
2-3 Industries  Jua-kali industries By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to indentify the reason for establishment of juakali industries –        Explanation –        Explanation

–        Comparing

–        Discussion

–        Observing

–        Diagrams from pupils book

–        Local environment

OLT PBK PG 58-

OLT SSTG PG 20

Drawing maps  
4 Industries  Benefit s By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state  benefits of juakali industries –        Interpreting  a map features –        Explanation

–        Describing

–        Discussion

–        Pictures from the book

–        Resource person

OLT PBK PG 56

OLT SSTG PG 22

Written exercise  
5 Industries  Problems of Jua kali By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to highlight problems experienced by Jua kali industries Questioning –        Explanation

–        Identifying problems

–        Discussion

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

Drawing maps  
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1 Industries  Importance of industries and contribution to economy By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state the importance of industries and contribution to the economy –        Explanation –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Diagrams from pupils book OLT PBK PG 52

OLT SSTG PG 22

Written exercise  
2 Industries  Problems facing industries By the end of the lesson the learner should be able explain problems facing industries  –        Interpreting  a map features –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Pictures of OLT PBK7 PG56

OLT TG PG

 

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3 Industries Effects to the environment By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  explain impact of industries to the environment Questioning –        Explanation

–        Observing chart

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Diagrams from pupils book OLT PBK7 PG57

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
4 Urbanization Factors influencing growth of town By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain factors influencing growth of town   –        Explanation –        Explanation

–        Identifying prehistoric sites

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Diagrams from pupils book

–        Map of prehistoric sites

OLT PBK7 PG58

OLT TG PG

 

Oral exercise  
5 Urbanization Function of major town in Kenya By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  state the function of major town in Kenya Questioning –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Picture

–        Diagrams from pupils book

–        Charts

OLT PBK7 PG60

OLT TG PG

 

Drawing maps  

 

10 1 Urbanization Major towns By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to locate major town in Kenya –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Observing chart

–        Discussion

–        explanation

 

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG61

OLT TG PG

 

Drawing maps  
2 Urbanization Problem facing urban centres By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify problems facing urbanization –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        explanation

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing urban centre

–        Wall map

OLT PBK7 PG62

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
3 Urbanization Attempt to solve these problems By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain attempt being made to solve problems  facing urban centres –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        explanation

 

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing urban centres

OLT PBK7 PG63

OLT TG PG

 

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4 Urbanization   By the end of the lesson the learner should be able  listing ways to solve problems facing urban centres –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Observing chart

–        Discussion

–        explanation

 

–        Local environment

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts

OLT PBK7 PG64

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
5 Urbanization   By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  locate where pyrethrum is grown and identify its uses –        Explanation

–        Identifying development of the early man

–        Discussion

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        explanation

 

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts showing compass point

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG65

OLT TG PG

 

Oral exercise  
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1 Co-operative society Types of agriculture co-operative By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to name and identify types of co-operative   –        Describing the partition

–        Explanation

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Charts

showing cooperatives societies

OLT PBK7 PG66

OLT TG PG

 

Drawing maps  
2 Co-operative Functions of co-operative By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state the function of agriculture cooperatives  –        Explanation

–        Describing

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Charts

showing cooperatives societies

OLT PBK7 PG67

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
3 Co-operative Benefits of agriculture cooperatives By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify benefit of agriculture co-operatives  –        Explanation

–        Identifying prehistoric sites

–        Discussion

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–         Charts

showing cooperatives societies

OLT PBK7 PG68

OLT TG PG

 

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4 Co-operatives  Challenges By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify challenges facing agriculture co-operatives –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Explanation

–        Interpreting  a map features

–        Questioning

–        Charts

showing cooperatives societies

OLT PBK7 PG70

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
5 Co-operatives   By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to appreciate benefit s of agriculture cooperatives –        Explain the benefits of cooperatives

–        Discuss

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Charts

–        showing cooperatives societies

OLT PBK7 PG70

OLT TG PG

 

Oral exercise  
 

1

Transport and communication  Forms and function By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify forms and function of communication  –        identify forms of communication

–        explain the functions

–        Explanation

–        Identifying observation

–        Questioning

–        Maps

–        Wall maps

Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG71

OLT TG PG

 

Drawing maps  
12 2 Transport and communication  Problem By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain problems facing different form of transport –        identify problems of communication –        Discussion

–        observation

–        Questioning

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG72

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
 

 

3 Transport and communication  Road safety By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify major road sign and explain causes of accidents -explain the causes of  accident

-identifying road sign

–        Explanation

–        Questioning

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG73

OLT TG PG

 

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4 Transport and communication    By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state suggest ways of preventing accidents and demonstrate first aid skills –        identify forms of communication

–        discussion

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Diagrams from pupils book OLT PBK7 PG74

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
5 Transport and communication  Forms and function of communication By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state identify forms and state the function of communication explain the functions –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG75

OLT TG PG

 

Oral exercise  
 

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1 Transport and communication  Problem facing communication system By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain problems facing communication systems –        identify forms of communication –        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

    Drawing maps  
  2 Trade  Role of government in trade By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify and appreciate the role of government in trade explain the role of government in trade –        Observing chart

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall map

OLT PBK7 PG76

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
3 Trade Export and import By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify export from Kenya and import to Kenya –        identify forms of export and import to Kenya –        Observing chart

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG77

OLT TG PG

 

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Trade Importance of trade By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain the importance of trade  explain the importance of trade –        Explanation

–        observation

–        Questioning

–        Wall maps

Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG78

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
14 5 Revision examination By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to answer revision questions correctly  –        identify forms of communication –        Discussion

–        observation

–        Questioning

–        Examination papers OLT PBK7 PG80-84

OLT TG PG

 

Oral exercise  

 

 

Social Studies schemes of work

Standard Eight term III

Year 2014

 

 

 

 

  1. Our Lives Today pupil’s book 8
  2. Our Lives Today teacher’s guide book 8

 

 

 

 

 

WEEK LSN TOPIC SUBTOPIC OBJECTIVES TEACHER’S ACTIVITIES LEARNER’S ACTIVITIES RESOURCES REFERECES ASSESSMENT REMARKS
1 REPORTING AND PREPARATIONS  
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1 Political development and systems  Early political associations  in Kenya By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify early political association  in Kenya up to 1939 –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Early political association

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG130

OLT TG PG

 

   
2 Political development and systems  Early political associations  in Kenya (EAA) By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the role played by East Africa association in the struggle for independence   –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG131

OLT TG PG

 

Drawing maps  
3 Political development and systems  Early political associations  in Kenya  (YKA) By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the role played by Young Kikuyu Association  in the struggle for independence   –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG133-134

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
5 Political development and systems  Early political associations  in Kenya  (KCA) By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the role played by Kikuyu Central Association the struggle for independence   –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG135

OLT TG PG

 

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1   (KTWA) By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the role played by Kavirondo Tax Payer Welfare association  the struggle for independence   –        Explanation

–        Identifying development of the early man

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Identifying development of the early man

–        Discussion

–        Diagrams from pupils book OLT PBK7 PG139

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
2 The legislative Council (LegCo)  Nomination to LegCo By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify African member to the Leg CO –        Describing the partition

–        Explanation

–        Describing the partition

–        Explanation

–        Picture cuttings

–        Diagrams from books

OLT PBK7 PG140

OLT TG PG

 

Oral exercise  
3   The role of Leg Co By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  describe  the role played by Leg Co in struggle for independence  –        Explanation

–        Describing

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Explanation

–        Describing

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Diagrams from pupils book OLT PBK7 PG143-45

OLT TG PG

 

Drawing maps  
4   The Second world war (1939-1945) By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the effect of world War 2 on struggle for impendence –        Explanation

–        Identifying prehistoric sites

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Identifying prehistoric sites

–        Discussion

–        Pictures of –

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG146-149

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
5   Kenya Africa study Union, Kenya African union By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  name founder member of political association –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Pictures Diagrams from pupils book

 

OLT PBK7 PG150

OLT TG PG

 

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4 1     By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain the role of political  movement in the struggle for independence –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Observing maps

–        Identifying political role

 

–        Charts showing scramble of Africa

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG152

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
2 The MAUMAU, KANU, KADU,APP   By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify founder and explain role of political association and movements in struggle for independence  –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Observing map

–        Observing chart

–        explanation

–        Charts showing scramble of Africa

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG152

OLT TG PG

 

Oral exercise  
3 Attainment of independence Events leading to attainment of independence By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the events that took place in the attainment of independence –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

 

–        Charts showing scramble of Africa

–        Wall maps

 

OLT PBK7 PG153

OLT TG PG

 

Drawing maps  
4   Kenya become republic By the end of the lesson the learner should be able  describe how Kenya got Mandaraka and become a Republic  –        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Conversion

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Local environment

–        Wall map

OLT PBK7 PG154

OLT TG PG

Written exercise  
5 Political development major political event By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  identify major political development and events since 1963 –        Explanation

–        Identifying development of the early man

–        Discussion

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Sketch maps

–        Charts

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG154

OLT TG PG

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1   Major political development By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the and appreciate the political changes taking place in Kenya   –        Describing the partition

–        Explanation

–        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Pictures of prominent leaders OLT PBK7 PG154

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
2 Prominent  Kenyans  Mzee Jomo Kenyatta By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe life and appreciate contribution of Mzee Jomo Kenyatta  to the independence of his country –        Explanation

–        Describing

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Pictures of prominent leaders OLT PBK7 PG154

OLT TG PG

 

Oral exercise  
3 Prominent  Kenyans  Daniel Arap Moi By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe life and appreciate contribution of Daniel Arap Moi  in struggle for independence of his country –        Explanation

–        Identifying prehistoric sites

–        Discussion

–        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

 M Pictures of prominent leaders OLT PBK7 PG155

OLT TG PG

 

Drawing maps  
4 Prominent  Kenyans   Oginga  Odinga By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe life and appreciate contribution of Oginga Odinga  to the nation –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

Pictures of prominent leaders OLT PBK7 PG155

OLT TG PG

Written exercise  
5 International co-operation   The united nation (UN) By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the formation of united nation –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–         Discussion

–        Maps showing

international co-operations

OLT PBK7 PG156

OLT TG PG

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  International co The united nation (UN) By the end of the lesson the learner should be able describe and identify the agencies of and functions of (UN) –        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        Maps showing

international co-operations

OLT PBK7 PG156

OLT TG PG

Written exercise  
6 MID TERM EXAMINATIONS  
  1 International co The united nation (UN) By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to highlight the achievement of the (UN) –        Observation

–        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Maps showing

–        international co-operations

OLT PBK7 PG157

OLT TG PG

Oral exercise  
 

 

 

 

 

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3 International co The united nation (UN) By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state the failure and problems facing  the (UN) –        Explanation

–        Observation

–        Discussion

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG158

OLT TG PG

Drawing maps  
4 Common wealth Common wealth By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the formation of the common wealth –        Explanation

–        Identifying factor

–        Discussion

–        Maps showing

–        international co-operations

OLT PBK7 PG159

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
5   Common wealth By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to the functions of the common wealth –        identify forms of communication –        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Questioning

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG160

OLT TG PG

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1   Achievement of common wealth By the end of the lesson the learner should be able state functions of common wealth explain the functions of common wealth –        Explanation

–        Discussion

–        Maps showing

–        international co-operations

OLT PBK7 PG160

OLT TG PG

Written exercise  
2   Failure of  commonwealth By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to outline the failure of the  commonwealth –        identify failure of the common wealth –        Discussion

–        explanation

Questioning

–        Maps showing

international co-operations

OLT PBK7 PG161

OLT TG PG

 

Oral exercise  
3   Problems of the common wealth By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  state the problems faced by the common wealth explain the common wealth problems –        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Questioning

–        Maps showing

–        international co-operations

OLT PBK7 PG161

OLT TG PG

 

Drawing maps  
4 Citizenship Importance By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain the impotance of good citizenship  –        identify forms of communication –        Explanation

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Diagrams from the books OLT PBK7 PG162

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
5   Loss of Kenya citizenship By the end of the lesson the learner should be able  to outline the condition under which one can lose/his or her citizenship –        Explanation

–        Identifying

–        Discussion

–        Observation

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG162

OLT TG PG

 

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8 1 Democracy and human right Types of democracy By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state types of democracy –        identify forms of communication –        Observing maps

–        Identifying s

–        Charts showing human rights OLT PBK7 PG152

OLT TG PG

Written exercise  
2   Political parties in Kenya By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe some political parties in Kenya and their policies  explain the functions –        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Charts showing political parties

 

OLT PBK7 PG152

OLT TG P

Oral exercise  
3   Role of political parties By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the role of political parties in a democracy  –        identify role of political party –        Observing chart

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        Charts showing political parties

 

OLT PBK7 PG153

OLT TG PG

Drawing maps  
4   Benefits By the end of the lesson the learner should be able  state the benefits  of a democracy explain the benefits of democracy –        Conversion

–        Observing chart

–        explanation

–        Charts showing political parties

 

OLT PBK7 PG154

OLT TG PG

Written exercise  
5   The bill of right By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to  state human right and appreciate the bill of right  –        identify human rights

–        discuss bill of right

–        Observing chart

–        Identifying

–        Drawing

–        Charts showing bill of right

OLT PBK7 PG154

OLT TG PG

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1 Law, peace and reconciliation Symbols of national unity By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify the symbols of national unity   identify the symbols of national unity –        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        a flag

–        Charts showing symbol of national unity

OLT PBK7 PG154

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
2   Factors promoting national unity By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to state factors that promote national unity identify factors that promote national unity

–        explain the factor

–        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        a flag

Charts showing symbol of national unity

OLT PBK7 PG154

OLT TG PG

 

Oral exercise  
3   Importance of national unity By the end of the lesson the learner should be able explain the importance of national unity  –        identify forms of communication –        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

–        explanation

–        a flag

Charts showing symbol of national unity

OLT PBK7 PG155

OLT TG PG

 

Drawing maps  
4    Factors undermining national unity By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to identify factor undermining national unity explain the functions –        Demonstration

–        Drawing

–        Discussion

 

–        a flag

Charts showing symbol of national unity

OLT PBK7 PG155

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
5 The government of Kenya  The Kenyan constitution By the end of the lesson the learner should be able state the process of making, amending and reviewing the Kenya’s constitution –        describing the process of making constitution –        Explanation

–        Note taking

–        Discussion

–        Questioning

–         Maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG173

OLT TG PG

 

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1 The government of Kenya   Formation of the government By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain the process of making the government  explain the process of making the government –        Explanation

–        Questioning

–        Drawing

–        Maps

–        Charts

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG1

OLT TG PG

 

Drawing maps  
2 The government of Kenya  Loss of parliamentary seat By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to explain how one may lose parliament seat  –        identify way one may lose seat in parliament –        Note taking

–        Discussion

–        Explanation

–        Diagrams from pupils book OLT PBK7 PG174

OLT TG PG

Written exercise  
3 The government of Kenya  Conducting national election By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe  the process of national election explain the functions –        Explanation

–        observation

–        Questioning

–        Diagrams from pupils book OLT PBK7 PG175

OLT TG PG

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  4   Participating in government and civic life By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe  state ways of participating in government and civic life Describe

Explain  the functions

–        Discussion

–        Identifying observation

–        Questioning

–        Pictures

–         Maps

–        Charts showing symbols

OLT PBK7 PG175

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
  5     By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe  the process of national election –        Describe the process of election

–        explain the functions

–        Discussion

–        Identifying observation

–        Questioning

–        Pictures

–         Maps

–        Charts showing symbols

OLT PBK7 PG175

OLT TG PG

 

Oral exercise  
11 1 The arms of the government The arms of the government

Executive

By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the composition and functions of cabinet and civil servant –        identify forms of communication –        Discussion

–        Identifying observation

–        Questioning

–        Pictures

–         Maps

–        Charts showing arms of government

OLT PBK7 PG175

OLT TG PG

 

Drawing maps  
  2   Legislature By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the composition of legislature, describe the process of legislation and state function of parliament explain the functions –        Discussion

–        Identifying observation

–        Questioning

–        Draft constitution

–        Wall maps

–        Diagrams from pupils book

OLT PBK7 PG170-180

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
  3   Judiciary By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the composition judiciary –        identify forms of communication –        Discussion

–        Identifying observation

–        Questioning

–        Pictures

–         Maps

–        Charts showing judiciary

OLT PBK7 PG175

OLT TG PG

 

Drawing maps  
  4   Sources of government revenue and forms of government expenditure By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the sources of government revenue and how it spend its money explain the functions –        Discussion

–        Identifying observation

–        Questioning

–        Pictures

–         Maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG175

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
  5   Local authority By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to name types of local authority ,describe process of electing officers, their functions and relationship with the government –        identify forms of communication –        Discussion

–        Identifying observation

–        Questioning

–        explanation

–        Pictures

–         Maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG175

OLT TG PG

 

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12 1-2   National defence By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to –identify organs of national defence

-appreciate the need of national defence  and explaining their role in maintaining law and order

Identify organs of the national defence

Discussing

–        Discussion

–        Identifying observation

–        Questioning

–        Pictures

–         Maps

–        Charts showing symbols

–        Wall maps

OLT PBK7 PG118-180

OLT TG PG

 

Written exercise  
  3-5     By the end of the lesson the learner should be able to describe the sources of government revenue identify sources of government revenue –        Discussion

–        Identifying observation

–        Questioning

–        Pictures

–         Maps

–        Charts showing symbols

OLT PBK7 PG118-180

OLT TG PG

 

Oral exercise  
13   REVISION AND EXAMINATIONS

 

 

 

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