So You Really Want to Learn Geography Book 1 A Textbook for Key Stage 3 and Common Entrance by James Dale-Adcock
  

So You Really Want to Learn Geography Book 1 A Textbook for Key Stage 3 and Common Entrance

Written by James Dale-Adcock
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So You Really Want to Learn Geography Book 1 A Textbook for Key Stage 3 and Common Entrance by James Dale-Adcock

This book is suitable for use in Years 6/7 (ages 12-13) and features clear, comprehensive explanations of Geographical concepts and exercises to challenge pupils of all abilities. The book covers environmental issues, tectonic processes, economic activities and more, as well as the important mapwork and fieldwork skills required by Key Stage 3 geographers. Strong emphasis is placed on thematic studies in line with the recently revised syllabus. - Endorsed by ISEB - Features detailed explanations followed by practice questions and extension exercises to ensure that pupils have understood the material covered - Provides a comprehensive introduction to mapwork and fieldwork skills so that pupils develop practical geography skills - Strong emphasis is placed on thematic studies in line with Common Entrance and Common Academic Scholarship requirements to ensure that pupils are learning the most up to date topics Suitable for all ISEB Geography 13+ Common Entrance exams up to and including Summer 2015

Reviews

An invaluable tool for the study of Common Entrance Geography, including topical case studies that provide great basis for debate, glossary lists to allow consolidation of key words and extension sections that provide useful material for scholarship children. Belinda Froud, St Thomas Clear and careful explanations combined with invaluable exam tips, make this an excellent textbook. This book together with Book 2 provides a recipe for success at Key Stage 3. Simon Lewis, ISEB Geography Editor and Independent Schools Inspector A comprehensive treatment of the CE syllabus, with an attractive layout and written in an accessible style for the age group.The glossaries and exercises at the end of each chapter help students to consolidate their knowledge and understanding. David Anderson, Head of Geography, Eton College

About the Author

James Dale-Adcock graduated from Royal Holloway University of London and has a secondary school Geography PGCE from Canterbury Christ Church University. He has been the Head of Geography at Cranleigh Preparatory School since September.

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Paperback
176 pages

Author

James Dale-Adcock
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Publication date

17th October 2008

ISBN

9781902984728


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