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Periodic Table notes

The livestock sector is a pillar of the global food system and a contributor to poverty reduction, food security and agricultural development. 

Crop production is a common agricultural practice followed by worldwide farmers to grow and produce crops to use as food and fibre. In this course, we will explore this subject in detail.

The Humanities Department Syllabi at GEMS Wesgreen International Secondary School strive to enable students to acquire knowledge, skills and attitudes so as to develop an informed and critical understanding of social, environmental, historical and political issues so as to reinforce and stimulate curiosity and imagination about local and wider environments.


Key points

  • Chemical reactions make new chemicals.
  • Atoms are rearranged during a chemical reaction, but the number of atoms does not change.
  • Evidence of chemical reactions includes a large temperature change, bubbles, or a colour change.
  • Chemical reactions can be represented using equations

Retail Trade

 * Introduction to Retail Trade

* Large Scale Retailers

* Common Characteristics of Large Scale Retailers

This lesson looks at Livingstone’s life and expeditions. It presents an account of his upbringing in Scotland, his early years as a missionary in southern Africa, and the celebrated cross-continental expedition of 1852-56. The essay also discusses the Zambezi Expedition (1857-64) as well as Livingstone’s final journeys (1866-73), including the 1871 Nyangwe massacre and the famous meeting with Henry M. Stanley ("Dr Livingstone I Presume?")


Trigonometry is the study of the relationship between the sides and angles of triangles.
The word trigonometry means ‘measurement of triangles’.

These questions are meant to assess your understanding of Biology topics covered this term. It is part one of 3 assessments you will need to complete.

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