Geography@work: (2) How Extreme is Our Planet? Student Book by Claire L. White
  

Synopsis

Geography@work: (2) How Extreme is Our Planet? Student Book by Claire L. White

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

Reviews

Teachers work in a constant state of initiatives and transition having faced in recent years the National Strategy, Assessment for Learning and now the New Curriculum so it [was] with a great deal of satisfaction and more than a little relief I read How extreme is our planet? Adroitly Claire White captures the moment as she seamlessly transforms the latest ideas into accessible reality. Very imaginative case studies coupled with stimulating challenges this text will keep even the most reluctant learner on task... at least until the next new development. Amazon Review

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Claire L. White
More books by Claire L. White

Publisher

Folens Publishers UK an imprint of Oxford University Press
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Publication date

1st June 2008

ISBN

9781850083160


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