Class 7 Geography teaches about the places and the relationships between people and the environment. Also, in class 7 it is entirely related to the environment especially the environment of India. Moreover, the entire syllabus of geography is divided into nine chapters where each chapter explains different things about the environment. Chapter 1 is About Environment living and non-living things, which includes chemical, physical, and other natural forces. Chapter 2 teaches about Inside geography of the Earth such as rocks, minerals, types of rocks, and types of minerals, etc. that exist on the entire planet. Chapter 3 explains the changes in the earth such as the movements, how it relates to force, how earthquakes happen, along with terms such as volcano, focus, epicenter, etc. Chapter 4 describes air and the mixture that it has which contains nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide, water vapors, etc. And why air is essential for living. Chapter 5 defines water and why it is an important source of life on earth. Chapter 6 teaches about the natural vegetation and wildlife of different regions of the earth. Chapter 7 describes the human environment such as settlement, transportation, and communication. Chapter 8 teaches about human interaction with the sub-tropical and tropical regions of the earth. Lastly, chapter 9 explains life in the deserts, as it is a barren area with little precipitation.
Did you know out of the 20 most polluted cities in the world, 13 of them are in India? Environmental pollution is one of the most dangerous problems the entire world is currently facing. It is time we come up with a solution to our environmental issues or face some serious consequences.
Earth, the only planet discovered so far to support life, happens to be our home planet. It took about 4.5 billion years for Earth to become what it is today. It is important for us to know what is Inside our Earth because it provides us with everything that we need in order to survive.
Our earth is changing every day due to various different reasons. Do you know why? How do these changes occur? And what is the composition of the earth? Let's find out more about Our Changing Earth.
Do you ever clean your spectacles by blowing air on them? They become hazy when you do so before you wipe them clean. Why do you think this happens? Why does the air you blow from your mouth be both hot and cold at times? How does this happen? Let us conduct an experiment and find out more.
Rukmini was brushing her teeth when she saw a little creature that looked like a water droplet. He says his name is Mr. Water, and that because she is wasting water by keeping the tap on while brushing, his community of water droplets is dying. Let us know more about water to see how can we save it.
Resources are classified as either biotic or abiotic. The Indian landmass contains a multitude of resources and its economy is heavily dependent on their consumption or export. Due to over-consumption, they are rapidly being depleted. Let's learn more about the resources of India and the World here.
Initially, Humans lived together and formed Settlements. These settlements grew in size to form civilizations and the rest is history. In order to maintain harmony and peace, Humans devised various modes of Communication. In this chapter, we will learn about Human Environment - Settlement, Transport and Communication.
When anyone speaks of 'Deserts', what do you think of? Brownie, sands, sun, camels or maybe an ice-creams? Although both 'desert' and 'dessert' are different! What we're talking about is a 'desert', the one you cannot eat. Ali resides in a desert. And he has an interesting story to tell about deserts. Let us join him!