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WJEC GCSE Geography by Andy Owen, Andy Leeder, Bob Digby, Glyn Owen
  

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WJEC GCSE Geography by Andy Owen, Andy Leeder, Bob Digby, Glyn Owen

Exam Board: WJECLevel: GCSESubject: GeographyFirst Teaching: September 2016First Exam: June 2018Endorsed by WJEC/EduqasDevelop your students' subject knowledge and skills using in-depth topic coverage and developmental activities to create your own teaching pathway through the core and optional content in the 2016 specifications, with support at every stage from the authors of the bestselling WJEC Student's Book.- Contains coherent coverage of every core and optional theme in a single volume, with clear explanations of key concepts throughout- Engages and challenges students of all abilities with an exciting, thematic approach, brought to life by Welsh, UK and international place references- Improves students' ability to interpret, analyse and evaluate geographical information through practical, skills-focused activities that involve data, maps and photographs- Boosts candidates' confidence approaching examination by providing numerous learning opportunities for each assessed theme- Enables effective differentiation with enquiry tasks designed to stretch higher-ability students and encourage independent research- Includes trusted guidance from the Field Studies Council on suggested human and physical fieldwork projects and methodologies, making it easier to address the revised fieldwork criteriaThis book covers the content of:- 2016 WJEC GCSE (A*-G) Geography specification regulated by Qualifications Wales- 2016 WJEC Eduqas GCSE (9-1) Geography A specification regulated by Ofqual

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Format

Paperback
328 pages

Author

Andy Owen, Andy Leeder, Bob Digby, Glyn Owen
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Publisher

Hodder Education

Publication date

29th July 2016

ISBN

9781471861284


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