GCSE Geography for WJEC Specification B Student's Book by Andy Owen, Colin Lancaster, Andy Leeder
  

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GCSE Geography for WJEC Specification B Student's Book by Andy Owen, Colin Lancaster, Andy Leeder

GCSE Geography for WJEC Specification B is an exciting and motivating course designed to help students develop the abilities required to achieve exam success for the latest WJEC Specification B. WJEC Specification B is a direct development of the popular Avery Hill course and retains its issue-based, investigative approach to geography based around three themes: 1. Challenges of living in a built environment; 2. People and the natural world interactions; 3. People, work and development. Each theme includes: - activities using real-place data, maps, photographs and ICT resources to develop students' geographical investigative and analytical skills - examination tips to help students avoid common pitfalls, written by a WJEC examiner - integrated case studies of relevant LEDC and MEDC locations such as Ghana, Mali, Iceland and the UK - a problem-solving exercise at the end of each theme to help students to develop the skills required for the cross-unit Paper 2 study - 'Going Further' features to extend students' learning and to to help them to research geography in greater depth

About the Author

Andy Owen is Subject Leader for Geography at Community College, Bishop's Castle, a specialist Humanities college. Colin Lancaster is a Geography teacher at Community College, Bishop's Castle. Andy Leeder is a senior examiner and Principal Moderator for Controlled Assessment for the WJEC B Specification. Jacqui Owen is a postgraduate earth science student at the University of Lancaster.

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Paperback
264 pages

Author

Andy Owen, Colin Lancaster, Andy Leeder
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Publication date

27th March 2009

ISBN

9780340983737


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