Form four Geography syllabus

1. ELEMENTARY SURVEY AND  MAP MAKING Meaning of surveying Types of surveying Focus on chain survey and leveling Leveling Focus on application of these techniques 2. INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH Objectives of Research work Stages of research  work 3. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES  AND MANAGEMENT Types of environmental problems in Tanzania Loss  of biological diversity in plants and …

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Acsee form six 2009 necta exam format

ACSEE (form six) 2009 NECTA Examination format

ADVANCED SECONDARY EDUCATION GEOGRAPHY EXAMINATION FORMAT FOR BOTH SCHOOL AND PRIVATE CANDIDATE INTRODUCTION This examination format has been formulated on the basis of the revised geography syllabus of 2009, which replaced the 2000 syllabus. Change made in revised syllabus includes dropping off the topic on regional integration, the introduction of the new topic, and merging …

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FACTORS TO BE DETERMINED IN ADVANCE OF ACTUAL INTERVIEW

An interview is a conversation between two or more people where questions are asked by the interviewer to elicit facts or statements from the interviewee The following factors need to be determined in advance of the actual interview Purpose and information needed should be clear. Which type of interview best suited for the purpose should …

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4 types of interviews in research data collection

The interview is a verbal interaction between an interviewer and an interviewee (respondent) designed to list information, news, opinion, and feeling they have on their own. Interviews vary in purpose, nature, and scope. They may be conducted for guidance, therapeutic or research purposes. They may be confined to one individual or extended to several people. …

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