Compton's by Britannica 2010 by Encyclopaedia Britannica
  

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Compton's by Britannica 2010 by Encyclopaedia Britannica

Extensively revised by teachers, librarians, college professors, editors and other experts, the 2010 Compton's by Britannica contains thousands of updates to cover today's world plus hundreds of stunning new photographs and revised maps. Students will have accurate information for school projects and homework at their fingertips. Its convenient organisation helps curious minds find the facts they need fast. Unique features like Questions to Think About and Words to Remember will keep children inquiring, discovering and learning. - Reaching students with the topics they need - this set provides a single source for a wide range of topics across the secondary school curriculum. - Designed with students in mind, Compton's helps students brainstorm topics for projects and research and develop their confidence in learning. - Contains 37,000 articles, including new and updated articles on topics such as China, India, nuclear energy, petroleum, special education, telecommunication and women's rights. - 23,000 images, charts and graphs improve the learning experience. - Here and There offers a thematic overview of each volume with information organised by subject, article and page number. - Timelines outline and illustrate the broad sweep of events, so young learners can visualise the progression and trends within a particular subject. - Fact Finders provide related articles and Further Resources present additional options for continuing research.

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Format

Hardback
11000 pages

Author

Encyclopaedia Britannica
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Publisher

Encyclopaedia Britannica (UK) Ltd

Publication date

29th April 2010

ISBN

9781593395223


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