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  • 1. Geography
  • 2. What do I expect from you? Pay attention during lesson time.
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  • 4. What do I expect from you?
    • Read your textbook and note before each lesson
  • 5. What do I expect from you?
    • Do your homework and hand in on time.
  • 6. What I need you to do?
    • Bring your note book (A4 size) every lesson.
  • 7. What I need you to do?
    • Workbook and Map book in the cupboard.
  • 8. What I need you to do?
    • Place the Humanities file in the metal cupboard.
  • 9. http://chua-geography.blogspot.com/
  • 10. What is geography?
    • Geography is the study of the Earth and its features and of the distribution of life on the earth, including human life and the effects of human activity.
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  • 12. Why we study Geography?
    • Knowledge
      • relationship between people, animals and the environment.
    • Skills
      • Acquire skills on formation of natural features.
      • Locating places.
      • Critical thinking skills
      • Decision making skills
  • 13. Geography
    • The word comes from the Greek words Ge ( γη ) or Gaea ( γαια ), both meaning "Earth" , and graphein ( γραφειν ) meaning "to describe" or "to write".
  • 14. Workbook
    • Tear out the following pages
    • Pg. 1 and 2
    • Write your name (index number), class and today’s date
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  • 19. Human environment
    • It describes the way people live, work and interact with the physical environment.
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  • 25. Physical environment
    • It refers to the Earth’s physical features and processes leading to their formation.
    • Examples of physical features and formation?
  • 26. How we study Geography?
    • Fieldwork
    • Case studies
  • 27. Can you compare the two pictures?

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