Botswana Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE) Social Studies

These lessons are designed to cover important concepts in the curriculum and will help to prepare students for the PSLE social studies.

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- Full coverage of all the concepts necessary for students to master the PSLE social studies.

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  • Discuss the different elements of culture.
  • Discuss ways of preserving culture.
  • Describe how cultural practices may encourage or discourage HIV/AIDS
  • Recognise the various cultures in Botswana.
  • Explain the importance of population census.
  • Describe how population census is conducted.
  • Describe population distribution in Botswana.
  • Identify Africa on a map of the world.
  • Locate Africa using lines of longitude and latitude.
  • Name the seas and oceans surrounding Africa.
  • Draw a political map of Africa showing countries and capitals.
  • Describe the major climatic regions of Africa.
  • Identify the major lines of longitudes and latitudes on the world...
  • List the continents of the world.
  • Identify the major physical features on the world map.
  • Describe the major climatic regions of the world.
  • Attempts to take over Bechuanaland Protectorate by the BSA
  • Changes in political authority resulting from colonisation.
  • Differentiate between local and central government.
  • Name the wildlife protected areas in Botswana.
  • Tourism in Botswana
  • Explain cultural tourism.
  • List at least 5 national monuments found in Botswana.
  • Evaluate the contribution of tourism to Botswana’s economy.
  • Discuss the efforts made to market tourism.
Completion rules
  • All units must be completed