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Identification Date:

School Name : National Telegraph Girl’s High Subject : Social Science


School
Topic:
Class : VII
Sub Topic:
No of Pupils :36
Textbook :
Average Age: 13+
Teacher’s Name : Monoshe Neog
Time : 40 Minutes
Roll No : 24
Date :

Objectives of Social Studies:

1. To acquire the knowledge (information) of facts, terms, concepts, conventions, trends,


principles, generalizations, assumptions, hypothesis, processes etc. in Social Studies
(Science).
2. To develop an understanding of facts, terms, concepts, conventions, principles and
generalizations, assumptions, hypothesis, processes etc. in Social Studies.
3. To apply the acquired knowledge of Social Studies and its understanding in unfamiliar
situations.
4. To acquire practical skills essential for the study of Social Studies.
5. To develop interest in the subject and problems related to Social Studies and political life
of the people of one’s country and of those of the world.
6. To develop desirable positive attitudes necessary for developing broader outlook.

Teaching Points:

1. Concept of tsunami.
2. Causes of tsunami.
Specific Objectives in proper behavioral terms:

Knowledge: Pupils will be able to

1. Define tsunami.
2. Name one event that may cause a tsunami to occur.
3. Say the region that experienced the most tsunami events.
4. List the potential causes of tsunami.

Understanding: Pupils will be able to

1. Explain the potential causes of tsunami.


2. Discuss the effects of tsunami.

Application: Pupils will be able to

1. Analyze the impact of tsunami and the changes in the earth’s atmosphere.
Introduction:

The teacher will ask a few questions to test the previous knowledge of the students:

A. What are the two types of forces that bring changes on the earth surface?
B. What is endogenic force? Give examples of endogenic force?
C. What happens due to earthquake?
D. How is the effect on the sea level?

Announcement of the topic:

After finding that pupils are unable to answer the fourth question. Then the teacher will
say, “Today we will learn about tsunami.”

Presentation:

The teacher will explain tsunami and the causes of tsunami.

Tsunami: When large earthquakes occur in ocean areas, the sea floor rises or sinks.
Accordingly massive amount of water on the sea floor also move up or down, and this movement
spreads out in all directions in the ocean. The resulting waves are called tsunamis.

Causes of tsunami: The large ocean wave is caused by sudden motion of the floors,
earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and other underwater explosions, landslides, glacier calving,
meteorite impacts and other disturbances above or below water, these all have the potential to
generate a tsunami.