Society Pieces by David Lambert


Society Pieces by David Lambert

Society Pieces is the core book for Y9 pupils studying geography at key stage 3 of the national curriculum. It is concerned mainly with the study of people. It looks at their lives in terms of two contexts, environment and society, and the inter-relationship between these contexts. Such topics as population, settlement, industry, transport and leisure are examined to help us learn about the influence they have on different societies in which people live. Countries studied include the United States, France and Brazil. The text is organised on a modular basis, allowing maximum flexibility to teachers and is accessible to pupils of all abilities. It includes a wide range of individual exercises, pair work and group enquiries and also offers the teacher practical guidance on assessment.

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160 pages
Interest Age: From 11 To 14


David Lambert
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Publication date

30th September 1993



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