Geog.2 Workbook by Justin Woolliscroft
  

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Geog.2 Workbook by Justin Woolliscroft

geog.123 is a three-book course for the National Curriculum at Key Stage 3. This fourth edition has been specially written to match the new Programme of Study. geog.2 includes using GIS, population, urbanisation, weather and climate, our warming planet, coasts, Asia and Southwest China. This workbook provides extra, engaging activities to supplement geog.123 lessons. It offers skills practice, and each topic concludes with a revision exercise to allow students to consolidate their learning - ideal for homework and independent study. An answer book for teachers is also available, for quick, painfree marking.

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Paperback
72 pages

Author

Justin Woolliscroft
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Publication date

30th October 2014

ISBN

9780198393061


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