Nelson Key Geography Connections Teacher's Handbook by David Waugh, Tony Bushell, Guy Mortimer, Catherine Hurst
  

Nelson Key Geography Connections Teacher's Handbook

Written by David Waugh, Tony Bushell, Guy Mortimer, Catherine Hurst
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Nelson Key Geography Connections Teacher's Handbook by David Waugh, Tony Bushell, Guy Mortimer, Catherine Hurst

This Teacher's Handbook offers at-a-glance support for the 5th edition of Nelson Key Geography Connections. Each page supports a spread in the Student Book and provides: - an easy-to-follow lesson overview - clear learning objectives, learning outcomes and key vocabulary - skills builders to stretch pupils of all abilities and deliver a key criterion of the 2014 National Curriculum PoS - differentiation suggestions for end-of-unit enquiries to aid assessment with student checklists - answers to the activities. Designed to be flexible and easily integrated, this title works alongside the Student Book to help deliver exciting, relevant and up-to-date lessons that engage all students.

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Paperback
64 pages

Author

David Waugh, Tony Bushell, Guy Mortimer, Catherine Hurst
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Publisher

Nelson Thornes Ltd an imprint of Oxford University Press

Publication date

26th June 2014

ISBN

9781408527337


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