Geography is interesting be it in its physical or regional scopes.
Learners in the syllabus examine how natural landscapes and catastrophies are evovled. If not for the subject many will be ignorant of how natural formations are born.
Glasiers are mostly found in temperate and cold lands where freezing degrees is the main cause. In changes that occur as a result of human interferences, the earth may suffer from melting speeds which can cause water levels to rise. Learners are cognitively stimulated in deciphering the unique consequences.
Truly if not for Geography, how does one learn about glasiers?
Asian learners constantly hear about earthquake eruptions especially when a vast section is under the ring of fire. Indonesia and the Philippines are naturally zoned in and the sufferings of mankind are well known. How are earthquakes formed? Why do people still crowd in those places? So we study about the human aspects too.
China is truly amazing. Students gave reasons why one should visit the land. Under a roof, but the cultures of hundreds of groups of its original people will take a thousand years to tell.
Attractive brochures were created coaxing the readers to go visit the amazing land. Such are the skills and talents of the learners. Discover the land and go tell the world.
Yes. The Geography class promises great moments of knowledge, information and reality of our earth.