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Module 2: Four lowland ecosystems

No. Title

CB / CS

LA

2.1

Build a habitat

CB

SS (GEOG)

2.2

Habitats near

our homes

2.3

What grows where

2.4

Habitat word-finder

CB

SS (GEOG)

CB

NS

CB

LANG (HOME)

LO and AS

Notes

LO 1 7.1.7; 8.1.7; 9.1.7

Group pictures representing soil, vegetation and animals into appropriate habitats.

LO 1 7.1.2; 8.1.2; 9.1.4

Use the maps of habitats and suburbs to find out what vegetation originally grew in which areas.

LO2 7.2.2; 8.2.2; 9.2.2

Use the maps of soil and vegetation types to answer questions.

LO3 7.3.4; 8.3.4; 9.3.4

Complete a summary on Cape Town’s lowland ecosystems by selecting the correct word from pairs of options.

3.2

Build a time line

CB

SS (HIST)

LO2 7.2.1; 8.2.1; 9.2.1

Build a time line of factors that affected the environment of Cape Town in the 20th century.

3.3

Drawing graphs

CB

SS (GEOG)

LO3 7.3.1; 8.3.1; 9.3.1

Use a spreadsheet programme to draw graphs of urban populations and development issues in Cape Town.

MATHS

LO5 7.5.7; 8.5.7; 9.5.7 7.5.8; 8.5.8; 9.5.8

3.4

Matching pairs

CB

LANG (HOME)

LO3 7.3.4; 8.3.4; 9.3.4

Test your knowledge of political and environmental regulations.

3.5

True or False

CB

LANG (HOME)

LO3 7.3.4; 8.3.4; 9.3.4 LO5 7.5.1; 8.5.1; 9.5.1 7.5.3; 8.5.3; 9.5.3

Test your knowledge of Cape Town s history with this True / False quiz.

CB / CS CB

LA

LO and AS

Notes

LANG (HOME)

LO6 7.6.1; 8.6.1; 9.6.1

Find out which plants and animals suburbs and landmarks in Cape Town are named after.

place names

Module 3: A brief human history

No.

Title

3.1

The nature of

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