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Key Geography - New Connections Teacher's Resource Guide with CD-ROM - David Waugh

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Genre: Science / Nature / Author: David Waugh, Tony Bushell / Paperback / 212 Pages / Book is published 2003-02-24 by Nelson Thornes

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      21.03.2002 00:44



      This book is one of the main textbooks used for Key Stage 3 (years 7 – 9) Geography in most schools in the UK. This new edition covers the topics: weathering, rivers and coasts; primary activities; secondary activities; environmental concerns; population and Kenya. Like the other three books in the series, (foundations, interactions and places) the pages are clearly laid out and there are review questions on each page, as well as a very comprehensive glossary of key words. The book is designed to be accessible to all abilities and the activites include completing diagrams, short answer questions and comparing data. The new 2001 edition includes sections on enquiry, which teaches children to ask their own questions and research things for themselves. Great for promoting life long learning! The book is written mainly for use in the classroom but if your child’s school is using them but doesn’t issue one to each child, it can be very useful to have a copy at home.


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    Part of the best-selling series Key Geography for Key Stage 3, New Interactions has been re-editioned to meet the revised National Curriculum and QCA Scheme of Work.

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