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What is advanteges of studying a map
Introduction To Research
Concept of Research
Explain the meaning of research
Assess the importance of research in daily life
States of Research Work
Describe research stages in conducting a research
Explain the use of research output and recommendations
Climate And Natural Region
World Climatic Types and their Characteristics
Describe major climatic types of the world and their characteristics
Explain how different geographical factors influence climate
Natural Regions of the World
Identify different types of natural regions
Draw a world map showing different natural regions
Explain the relationship between human activities and climate
Propose ways of solving climatic problems
Concept of Population
Describe characteristics of human population
Explain the importance of studying population
Describe factors governing human population distribution
Define Population Change
Explain factors which influence population change
Analyse the effects of population change to an individual and the nation
Explain the sources of population data
Interpret population data
Explain the uses of population data
Analyse population problems
Analyse the effects of the population change on economic growth, labour, human needs and investment, and suggest possible solutions
Explain the meaning of population policy
Compare the national population policy on family planning strategies in Tanzania to the population policies of other countries
Concept of Settlement
Explain categories, types and characteristics of settlements
Explain the functions of settlements and their importance
Growth of settlements
Analyse factors which lead to growth of settlements
Assess social and economic problems associated with urban growth
Suggest ways of solving existing problems related to urban growth
Environmental Issues And Management
The Concept of Environment
Explain the meaning of environment
Importance of Environment
Explain the importance of environment
Identify environmental problems
Analyse the causes, extent and effects of the loss of biodiversity
Analyse the causes, extent and effects of pollution and waste mismanagement
Explain the causes, extent, effects of fast rate of population and urban growth on environment
Examine causes, extent and impacts of desertification
Explain the impact of poverty on environment
Analyse causes and consequences of global climatic change on environment
Define Environmental Conservation
Analyse various ways of conserving the environment
Practice environmental conservation and management at school level
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What is a credit note?
A receipt given by a shop to a customer who has returned goods, which can be offset against future purchases.
MEANING OF TRADE OR BUSSINESS
Wholesale trade is defined as traffic in goods that are sold as merchandise to retailers, or to industrial, commercial, institutional, or other professional business users, or to other wholesalers and related subordinated services.
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What is the meaning of mass flow?
is the movement of fluids down a pressure or temperature gradient, particularly in the life sciences. As such, mass flow is a subject of study in both fluid dynamics and biology.
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The Tanzania constitution after the unification of Tanganyika and Zanzibar was written in?
The Articles of Union of Tanganyika and Zanzibar of 1964 is the main foundation of the Constitutions of the United Republic of Tanzania of 1977 and the Zanzibar Revolutionary Government of 1984. The Articles of the Union were signed on April 22, 1964 by the Founders of the Union, Julius Nyerere and Abeid Amani Karume and agreed in 11 matters which later increased to over 22 and are the source of tension and dispute between Tanzania mainland and Zanzibar.see Uamsho movement The original Articles of Union which contain both Signatures from Nyerere and Karume are yet to be found.
1 Background history
2 Signing of the Agreements
3 Critics and Grievances
4 Complaints from Zanzibar
What do you under stand by citizen.
Person who is entitled to enjoy all the legal rights and privileges granted by a state to the people comprising its constituency, and is obligated to obey its laws and to fulfill his or duties as called upon. Also called national. See also domicile and resident.
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Culture can be learned but not all learned is culture . Discuss
Cultural learning, also called cultural transmission, is the way a group of people or animals within a society or culture tend to learn and pass on information. Learning styles are greatly influenced by how a culture socializes with its children and young people. Cross-cultural research in the past fifty years has primarily focused on differences between Eastern and Western cultures (Chang, et al., 2010). Some scholars believe that cultural learning differences may be responses to the physical environment in the areas in which a culture was initially founded (Chang, et al., 2010). These environmental differences include climate, migration patterns, war, agricultural suitability, and endemic pathogens. Cultural evolution, upon which cultural learning is built, is believed to be a product of only the past 10,000 years and to hold little connection to genetics (Chang, et al., 2010).
Cultural learning allows individuals to acquire skills that they would be unable to independently over the course of their lifetimes (Van Schaik & Burkart, 2011). Cultural learning is believed to be particularly important for humans. Humans are weaned at an early age compared to the emergence of adult dentition (MacDonald, 2007). The immaturity of dentition and the digestive system, the time required for growth of the brain, the rapid skeletory growth needed for the young to reach adult height and strength means that children have special digestive needs and are dependent on adults for a long period of time (MacDonald, 2007). This time of dependence also allows time for cultural learning to occur before passage into adulthood.
On the basis of cultural learning, people create, remember, and deal with ideas. They understand and apply specific systems of symbolic meaning. Cultures have been compared to sets of control mechanisms, plans, recipes, rules, or instructions. Cultural differences have been found in academic motivation, achievement, learning style, conformity, and compliance (Chang, et al., 2010). Cultural learning is dependent on innovation or the ability to create new responses to the environment and the ability to communicate or imitate the behavior of others (Lehmann, Feldman & Kaeuffer, 2010). Animals that are able to solve problems and imitate the behavior of others are therefore able to transmit information across generations.
The causes of the first world war?
The System of Alliances / rivalry between the powers
Crises before 1914
The Eastern Question / The Balkans
Domestic political factors
A road accident refers to any accident involving at least one road vehicle, occurring on a road open to public circulation, and in which at least one person is injured or killed.
Keep your eyes on the road. When you are driving, you should be doing just that and nothing else. ...
Never use your cell phone. ...
Don't change CD's. ...
Never, ever drink and drive. ...
Avoid construction areas. ...
Follow speed limits. ...
Follow the rules of the road. ...
Ignore aggressive drivers
Is the ability of controlling well in a particular group of people or society