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INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY It will consist of three sections A, B, and C. You will be required to answer …

INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY

It will consist of three sections A, B, and C. You will be required to answer only four questions. Section A is compulsory and will have two compulsory questions, one on map work and another on photographic interpretation. You will also answer at least one question from section B and one from Section C.

COURSE OUTLINE

SECTION A
  • Map work
  • Photograph interpretation
SECTION B: (Geomorphology)
  • Introduction of physical geography
  • The structure of the earth
  • The origin of continents and ocean basins
  • Rocks
  • Weathering and slope development
  • Mass wasting
  • Tectonism
  • Glaciation
  • Lakes
  • Rivers and lake systems
  • Coastal geomorphology
  SECTION C: (climatology, vegetation, and soils)
  • Vegetation
  • Climatology and meteorology
  • Soils
DOWNLOAD TO ACCESS THIS COURSE This course is studied in Senior Five after completing the Senior four-course. The course is a continuation of the Senior four-course and covers topics like Introduction To Physical Geography, The Structure Of The Earth, Origin Of Continents And Ocean Basins, Map Work, Photographic Interpretation, Rocks, Rock Weathering, Slope Development, Mass Wasting, The Earth Quakes, Faulting, Folding, Vulcanicity, Glaciation, Landforms Of Glaciation, Types, And Formation Of Lakes, Vegetation, Vegetation Types among others. Please take the course to complete Geography in Advanced Level.

Course Currilcum

    • GEO1/5: Introduction to Physical Geography Details 1 year
    • S5 GEO/1: Assignment On Introduction to Physical Geography 35, 00:00 Introduction to Physical Geography 7, 00:00 S5 GEO/1: Assignment On Introduction to Physical Geography 10, 00:00
    • GEO1/5: The Structure of the Earth Details 1 year
    • GEO1/5: Assignment On The Structure of the Earth 14, 00:00
    • GEO1/5: Origin of Continents and Ocean basins Details 1 year
    • GEO1/5: Assignment 1 On Origin of Continents and Ocean basins 337:05 GEO1/5: Assignment 2 On Origin of Continents and Ocean basins 225:03
    • GEO1/5: MAP WORK Details 1 year
    • ASSIGNMENT ONE ON MAP WORK 300:05 ASSIGNMENT TWO ON MAP WORK 150:02 ASSIGNMENT THREE ON MAP WORK 150:02
    • GEO1/5: PHOTOGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION Details 1 year
    • GEO1/5: Assignment on Photographic interpretation 450:07
    • GEO1/5: ROCKS Details 1 year
    • GEO1/5: Assignment on Rocks 300:05
    • GEO1/5: ROCK WEATHERING Details 1 year
    • ASSIGNMENT ON ROCK WEATHERING 450:07
    • GEO1/5: SLOPE DEVELOPMENT Details 1 year
    • ASSIGNMENT ON SLOPE DEVELOPMENT 112:01
    • GEO1/5: MASS WASTING Details 1 year
    • ASSIGNMENT ON MASS WASTING 450:07
    • GEO1/5: THE EARTH QUAKES Details 1 year
    • Assignment on Earth Quakes 150:02 S5 GEO/1: Assignment on Earth Quakes (Tectonic Movements) 150:02
    • GEO1/5: FAULTING Details 1 year
    • ASSIGNMENT ON FAULTING 450:07 S5 GEO/1: Assignment on Faulting (Tectonic Movements) 300:05
    • GEO1/5: FOLDING Details 1 year
    • ASSIGNMENT ON FOLDING 112:01
    • GEO1/5: VULCANICITY Details 1 year
    • S5GEO/1: Assignment on Volcanicity (Tectonic Movements) 450:07
    • GEO1/5: GLACIATION Details 1 year
    • ASSIGNMENT 1 ON GLACIATION 10, 00:00
    • GEO1/5: LANDFORMS OF GLACIATION Details 1 year
    • ASSIGNMENT 2 ON GLACIATION 10, 00:00
    • GEO1/5: TYPES AND FORMATION OF LAKES Details 1 year
    • ASSIGNMENT ON TYPES AND FORMATION OF LAKES 450:07
    • GEO1/5: VEGETATION Details 1 year
    • ASSIGNMENT ON VEGETATION 7, 00:00
    • GEO1/5: VEGETATION TYPES Details 1 year
    • ASSIGNMENT ON VEGETATION 7, 00:00
    • Senior Five End of Term One 01:30:00
    • Senior Five End of Term Two 02:15:00
    • Senior Five End of Term Three 02:15:00