World Watch Pupil Book World Issues by Stephen Scoffham, Colin William Bridge, Terry Jewson
  

Synopsis

World Watch Pupil Book World Issues by Stephen Scoffham, Colin William Bridge, Terry Jewson

World Watch 4 - World Issues focuses on changes in the earth's crust; water; local weather conditions; planning issues; jobs; transport problems, and conservation. Case studies allow students to compare and contrast the landscapes and settlements of England, Europe and the EU, and Africa. Themes: Planet Earth - A restless Earth Rivers - Water Weather - Local weather conditions Settlement - Planning issues Transport - Transport problems Work - Different jobs Environment - Conservation Places: UK - England Europe - Europe and the EU World - Africa

About the Author

He is Honorary Publications Officer for the Geographical Association (GA) and editor of the GA's best-selling publication, the Primary Geography Handbook

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
72 pages

Author

Stephen Scoffham, Colin William Bridge, Terry Jewson
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Publisher

Collins Educational an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers
www.collinseducation.com

Publication date

20th February 1996

ISBN

9780003154733


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