AQA (A) GCSE Geography Revision Guide by Jane Ferretti, Brian Greasley
  

AQA (A) GCSE Geography Revision Guide

Written by Jane Ferretti, Brian Greasley
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AQA (A) GCSE Geography Revision Guide by Jane Ferretti, Brian Greasley

Clearly and accessibly presents the core topics of the unit, outlining the key information that students need to know. Specifically written for students following the AQA GCSE Geography Specification A course, this revision guide will help students to revise effectively and prepare successfully for their exams - Case studies boost knowledge of key topics- Students can improve their knowledge with end of section test-yourself review questions- Sample exam questions with tips encourage better revision and exam preparationTable of Contents:Unit 1: Physical Geography Section A The restless earth Rocks, resources and scenery Challenge of weather and climate Living world Section B Water on the land Ice on the land The coastal zone Unit 2: Human Geography Section A Population change Changing urban environments Changing rural environments Section B The development gap Globalisation Tourism

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This book is a must get for anyone doing the AQA spec GCSE Geography!!! Brilliant! A very good price too for what you get out of it! Amazon reviews

About the Author

Jane Ferretti and Brian Greasley are both highly experienced teachers and examiners and editors of Wideworld magazine. They have been able to draw on their considerable wealth of classroom and examining experience to select the essential subject content and advise students on revision and exam technique.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
144 pages

Author

Jane Ferretti, Brian Greasley
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Publisher

Philip Allan Updates an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

1st February 2011

ISBN

9781444110456


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