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Living Geography By James Dobson

Living Geography
by James Dobson

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Consists of three student books offering real progression, as concepts and language increase in difficulty from Years 7 to 9. Each book is appropriate to the year group designed for. It features continual assessment and review of progress. The assessments require a range of geographical skills and cover human, physical and environmental themes.
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Living Geography: Students' Book 3 by James Dobson

This book meets the requirements of the Revised National Curriculum. It provides integrated and continuous assessment, with re-capping and reinforcement throughout. Homework and Assessment books that accompany the series contain guidance notes for assessments, and provide photocopiable worksheets. It also includes support for differentation and up-to-date information.

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Table of Contents

Part 1 Earthquakes and volcanoes: planet Earth; ring of fire; molten rivers; Caribbean nightmare; earthquake!; massive quake rocks Turkey; assessment - volcano tour. Part 2 Population and development: resources under pressure?; what is development?; what is life like in Burkina Faso?; streets paved with gold; on the move; new worlds, new hope?; links between countries. Part 3 Something for everyone: from freezing cold to red hot; holiday USA; born in the USA?; from wilderness to megalopolis; spoiling the view; come hell and high water. Part 4 How has Los Angeles grown?: how has Los Angeles grown?; home of the American dream; the mid-West; difficult to tame?; take a closer look; water water everywhere?; how developed is the USA?; the USA and the wider world; assessment - changing population of the USA. Part 5 South Africa (1): a world in one country; the rainbow nation; the geography of apartheid; a land of contrasts; population issues in South Africa; why rush to the city?. Part 6 South Africa (2): buried treasure; much more than wildlife; bringing tourism to the people; Gauteng - land of gold; Northern Cape - sun-dried region; from glittering cities to wide open spaces; differences inside and links outside; South Africa in the news; assessment - a tale of nine provinces.

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Living Geography: Students' Book 3 by James Dobson
James Dobson
Nelson living geography
Used - Good
Oxford University Press
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