Investigating Village Settlements by Caroline Clissold


Investigating Village Settlements by Caroline Clissold

This series supports the KS2 geography Schemes of Work and is the essential classroom resource for developing students' geographical knowledge and skills. The spreads pose a question and answers it using text, maps and diagrams. Information is presented in a visual way to aid understanding of concepts and ideas. 'See for yourself' boxes suggest things students can see and do to help understanding of the topics covered. Activities support independent learning and research. 'Exploring further' boxes link to specific parts of the Heinemann Explore Geography online and CD-ROM resources.

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32 pages
Interest Age: 8-11


Caroline Clissold
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Publication date

23rd February 2006



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