Geog.Atlas by Rose Marie Gallagher
  

Synopsis

Geog.Atlas by Rose Marie Gallagher

geog.atlas is an engaging atlas of accessible maps and supporting information. It features unique coverage of places likely to appear in the news, such as the Middle East, Afghanistan, and the Falklands. Special maps look at themes like global warming, desertification, and how people spread around the world. Stunning satellite images are placed alongside physical geography maps to aid understanding. 'Did you know?' and 'What if?' circles provide interesting extra information and engaging facts. Full of clearly-labelled maps, straightforward explanations, and advice on how to 'read' maps and understand what they show, it will help improve students' basic locational knowledge, enhance their understanding, and build their confidence. geog.atlas supports teachers whether they're using geog.123 or an alternative course at KS3.

Reviews

The information is really accessible for the students, the maps are clear and the places to know sections are really useful. The students also are interested in the book. In their words - it doesn't just contain maps. Mark Eyles, Colston's School, Bristol Not only does this atlas give students locational knowledge it also includes articles about the problems and characteristics of regions of the world. Topics such as global trade and the production of natural gas are very informative. The atlas is highly suitable for secondary school students. 5 star Amazon review Really informative book. My son hasn't put it down yet 5 star Amazon review

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
112 pages

Author

Rose Marie Gallagher
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Publisher

Oxford University Press
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Publication date

18th April 2013

ISBN

9780198390756


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