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

World Watch Pupil Book World Issues

Written by Stephen Scoffham, Colin William Bridge, Terry Jewson
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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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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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