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A unique collection of case study-based activities, using a variety of thematic, topographical and topological maps, as well as accompanying aerial, ground and satellite photographs to develop students' photographic and map interpretation skills in context.
Specifically written to support the teaching of geographical skills at Key Stage 3 / S1-S2, this book provides an excellent foundation in the skills required for the study of geography at GCSE.
This text contains differentiated activities for all ability students, from Foundation level through to Higher tier GCSE and AS and A level Geography. The activities use a wide variety of resources, including soil maps, land use maps, tetonic maps, and synoptic charts. It features a spiral-bound format for flexibility and ease of use.
Teachers can be confident with materials developed in close association with all major examination boards. This title contains downloadable chapter extensions and online case study material free to all course users. Specific 'In the Field' chapter offers advice on fieldwork skills and reviews the application of ICT in analysis and presentation. Students will quickly improve study and exam skills with the use of the unique 'What you Need to Succeed' section. Designated website containing truly interactive student support, links, advice and exercises is also provided.
Book 1 of this three-book course builds on work at the primary level. It begins the series' concentric geographical coverage by exploring themes and case studies from the UK. 1 A sense of place 2 OS mapwork 3 Settlement 4 Weather and climate 5 Coasts 6 Industry 7 Environment 8 Biogeography