GCSE Geography AQA A Oxbox CD-ROM by Hurst
  

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GCSE Geography AQA A Oxbox CD-ROM by Hurst

GCSE Geography AQA A is the most student-friendly and engaging resource for AQA GCSE Specification A. The GCSE Geography AQA A OxBox CD-ROM provides support for the GCSE Geography AQA A Student Book, the most accessible book for AQA GCSE specification A. Provides easy-to-use electronic support materials for every double-page spread in the Student Book. Includes all photos, maps and diagrams and interactive activities for whole-class use. Activities from the Student Book, mark schemes for the exam-style questions and student self-assessment forms are provided as editable Word files, so you can customize the resources to suit your students and even add your own. The course and lesson plans are also customisable, so you can edit them to suit your needs. Use the lesson player to arrange and launch your resources in the order you want. Extra exam practice is also provided, with additional exam-style questions with mark schemes for both Foundation and Higher tiers. A user management facility is included, which allows class registers to be imported and user accounts for students to be created.

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Format

CD-ROM
2 pages

Author

Hurst
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Publisher

Oxford University Press
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Publication date

11th July 2011

ISBN

9780199135516


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