Geography A Revision Book for Common Entrance by Belinda Froud
  

Synopsis

Geography A Revision Book for Common Entrance by Belinda Froud

This 4th edition of the Geography ISEB Revision Guide is essential reading for pupils working towards Common Entrance at 13+. The thematic studies and mapwork and fieldwork sections will help pupils to perfect their exam technique and identify any areas requiring further study. Suitable for all ISEB Geography 13+ Common Entrance exams up to and including Summer 2015. - Endorsed by ISEB - Indispensable for pupils working towards Common Entrance and entrance examinations at 13+ - Features thematic studies and mapwork and fieldwork sections to ensure pupils become accustomed to similar material they will face in the exam - Annotated illustrations convey points in a style simple enough for pupils to reproduce under exam conditions.

About the Author

Belinda Froud has been Head of Geography at Thomas' s School, Clapham for the past ten years. She has formerly taught at Broomfield School, Southgate. In her spare time she enjoys pottery, walking up hills and skiing. She believes that Geography is a subject that everyone can enjoy due to its diversity of themes and that lessons should be full of fieldwork!

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
120 pages

Author

Belinda Froud
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Publisher

Publication date

9th September 2011

ISBN

9781907047664


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