Tomorrow's Geography for Edexcel GCSE Specification A by Mike Harcourt, Steph Warren


Tomorrow's Geography for Edexcel GCSE Specification A by Mike Harcourt, Steph Warren

This third edition of the best-selling 'Tomorrow's Geography for Edexcel GCSE Specification A' is designed to prepare students for exam success for the latest Edexcel specification. Written by senior examiners from a major awarding body, this title covers all four Units of the specification, including comprehensive coverage of the new Unit 1 geographical skills and challenges for the planet, all the optional content for Units 2 and 3, and the controlled assessment for Unit 4. This course is designed to enable students to apply their geographical knowledge and skills to some of the key issues facing the planet in the twenty-first century. Key features include: - A range of differentiated activities to develop and reinforce students' key geographical skills of map-work, decision-making and interpretation of data - Case studies from a range of places at local, regional, national and international levels - Sample Examination Questions with answers, differentiated by Higher and Foundation tiers, so students can get plenty of exam practice - A map of the UK and a world map, with the countries mentioned in the book highlighted, so there is no need for an additional atlas. Also included are OS map symbols a - A clear and accessible design with plenty of photographs and artwork to engage students, especially appealing to visual learners There is a Dynamic Learning Network Disc which accompanies this book providing a range of fantastic electronic resources at the click of a mouse.

About the Author

Mike Harcourt is an experienced Geography teacher who has led departments in both the state and independent sector. Steph Warren is an experienced Geography teacher and head of department. Both authors have extensive examining experience.

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336 pages


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Publication date

26th June 2009



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