So You Really Want to Learn Geography by James Dale-Adcock
  

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So You Really Want to Learn Geography by James Dale-Adcock

So You Really Want To Learn Geography Book 2 2nd Edition is fully updated in line with the current 2010 Common Entrance syllabus, and covers everything pupils need to know for Geography exams at 13+. The book covers landform processes, settlement, weather and climate and map and fieldwork to ensure pupils develop the important practical skills required at this level. This new edition also features updated thematic studies and a revised 'location knowledge' section to reflect current exam requirements. So You Really Want To Learn Geography 2, 2nd Edition Key Benefits: - Fully updated in line with the 2010 Geography syllabus - An ideal resource for pupils working towards Common Entrance and other entrance exams at 13+, or those looking for a stretching Key Stage 3 Geography course - Features updated thematic studies and a revised 'Location Knowledge' section to ensure pupils are learning relevant material - Provides a thorough and comprehensive introduction to map and fieldwork skills so that pupils develop practical geography skills

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
192 pages

Author

James Dale-Adcock
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Publication date

16th September 2011

ISBN

9781905735556


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