GCSE Geography AQA A (Student Book) by Catherine Hurst, Jane Holroyd, Steve Rickerby, Jack Gillett
  

GCSE Geography AQA A (Student Book)

Written by Catherine Hurst, Jane Holroyd, Steve Rickerby, Jack Gillett
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RRP £29.99

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GCSE Geography AQA A (Student Book) by Catherine Hurst, Jane Holroyd, Steve Rickerby, Jack Gillett

GCSE Geography AQA A is the most student-friendly resource for AQA A - and a match for the revised 2012 specification. This Student Book engages all students with the up-to-date case studies and accessible, motivating content, while also retaining exam-focus. Easy-to-use double-page spreads feature clearly-written objectives, accessible text, and high quality photos, maps, and diagrams, while support for Controlled Assessment and a bank of exam-style questions help students to succeed at GCSE. The book also features a glossary and full index. Support for every lesson is provided by the Teacher Handbook, which includes answers to all student activities, and OxBox CD-ROM, which includes all the images from the student book, interactive activities, exam-style questions with mark schemes, and lesson plans.

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Format

Paperback
320 pages

Author

Catherine Hurst, Jane Holroyd, Steve Rickerby, Jack Gillett
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Publisher

Oxford University Press

Publication date

1st March 2011

ISBN

9780199135493


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