geog.3 Student Book by RoseMarie Gallaghergeog.3 Student Book by RoseMarie Gallagher

geog.3 Student Book

byRoseMarie Gallagher, Richard Parish

Paperback | July 18, 2015

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geog.123 is a three-book course for the National Curriculum at grade 6-9. This 4th edition has been specially written to match the new Programme of Study. geog.3 includes coverage of international development, natural resources, economic activity, rocks, soils and weathering, earthquakes andvolcanoes, Russia, and the Middle East.geog.123 combines a rigorous approach to content with a light touch, making it the most effective and engaging grade 6-9 course available. Easy-to-use double-page spreads feature clearly-written objectives, student-friendly language, illustrated step-by-step explanations, up-to-date case studies and place-based examples, and high-quality photos, maps, and diagrams. Each Student Book has a glossary and full index.Each Student Book is supported by next generation Kerboodle, which features online lesson plans and presentations, online resources including animations, interactive activities, and differentiated worksheets, and online assessment materials; an online Kerboodle Book; a Teacher's Handbook; aWorkbook; and a Workbook Answer Book.
RoseMarie Gallagher is an experienced author.
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Title:geog.3 Student BookFormat:PaperbackDimensions:144 pages, 10.87 × 8.62 × 0.27 inPublished:July 18, 2015Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198393040

ISBN - 13:9780198393047

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Table of Contents

1. From rock to soil2. Living off Earth's resources3. Earning a living4. International development5. Our restless planet6. Russia7. The Middle East

Editorial Reviews

"Feedback from students has been extremely positive, perhaps best demonstrated by a doubling of candidate numbers for GCSE Geography next year." --Gemma Thurtle, Head of Geography, Bradfield School, on previous edition