Geography@work: (2) Does Money Make the World Go Around? Student Book by Mark Poulsum
  

Synopsis

Geography@work: (2) Does Money Make the World Go Around? Student Book by Mark Poulsum

A KS3 series which focuses on real places, real spaces and real enquiries, with topics relevant to young people.

Reviews

At last, someone has written a KS3 Geog text book that brings Geog into the 21st century! Many Geog text books until now were dull, boring, uninspiring and lacked real challenge for many students. This textbook puts things right - it is innovative, interesting and challenging. The range of topics are diverse ('camel jockeys

'mobile phones') rather than the old tired topics you would usually find in such a book. The books have a core focus on developing students skills. In short - if I were going to buy some new text books for my dept, I would buy these. Amazon Review, 5 STARS!'

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Mark Poulsum
More books by Mark Poulsum

Publisher

Folens Publishers UK an imprint of Oxford University Press
www.oup.com

Publication date

1st June 2008

ISBN

9781850083146


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