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Series: Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Geography A
Publication Date: 29 Apr 2016
Suitable for: Secondary (Year 10, Year 11)
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Equip your students with the knowledge and skills they need to excel under more challenging assessment conditions, following the trusted guidance and developmental activities in a fully updated edition of this bestselling Student's Book.
-Navigate the 2016 specification with confidence, using clear learning
objectives and outcomes for every topic to ensure you cover the content
in an exam-focused, time-efficient way.
-Build progressive skills development into every lesson, choosing from a
range of activities that allow students to learn and apply cartographic,
graphical, numerical and statistical geographical skills.
-Encourage high achievers to fulfil their potential with extension questions designed for students working at grades 7-9.
-Help your students become exam ready with practice questions at the
end of each chapter and topic reviews to aid revision.
-Meet the requirement to focus on contextualised case studies by
consulting a wealth of UK and worldwide examples.
-Prepare students for the revised fieldwork assessments, using topic- specific suggestions throughout the book to plan relevant projects.
Part 1: The Physical Environment
Chapter 1: The Changing Landscapes of the UK
Chapter 2: Coastal Landscapes and Processes
Chapter 3: River Landscapes and Processes
Chapter 4: Glaciated Upland Landscapes and processes
Chapter 5: Weather Hazards and Climate Change
Chapter 6: Ecosystems, Biodiversity and Management
Part 2: The Human Environment
Chapter 7: Changing Cities
Chapter 8: The Study of a Major UK City, Bristol
Chapter 9: The Study of a Major City, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Chapter 10: Global Development
Chapter 11: Resource Management
Chapter 12: Energy Resource Management]
Chapter 13: Water Resource Management
Part 3: Geographical Investigations
Chapter 14: Geographical Investigations: Fieldwork
Chapter 15: Geographical Investigations: UK Challenge