Geography Matters 2 Core Pupil Book

Geography Matters 2 Core Pupil Book

Paperback Geography Matters

Edited by Nicola Arber, Edited by Heather Blades, Edited by Lisa Owen, Edited by Sue Lomas, Edited by Garrett Nagle, Edited by Chris Ryan, Edited by Linda Thompson, Edited by Paul Thompson, Edited by Roger Sanders, Edited by Rob Bowden

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  • Publisher: Heinemann
  • Format: Paperback | 144 pages
  • Dimensions: 220mm x 279mm x 7mm | 452g
  • Publication date: 8 August 2001
  • Publication City/Country: Harlow
  • ISBN 10: 0435355171
  • ISBN 13: 9780435355173
  • Illustrations note: colour illustrations, colour maps, colour portraits
  • Sales rank: 511,032

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"Geography Matters" is a Key Stage 3 course created for pupils of all abilities. It provides an exact match to the requirement of the revised National Curriculum, and to the units of the Key Stage 3 Scheme of Work. The pupil textbooks for each year are parallel in their content coverage but are set at different levels, Foundation and Higher, to provide material at the right level and pace for both less able and more able pupils. Pupil books emphasize investigation skills, and integrated geographical skills such as map work and data analysis. The activities are linked to literacy and numeracy and have integrated ICT skills. Regular tasks provide feedback on progress and extention activities. There is a teacher resource pack to cover each full year at Key S tage 3. Each pack offers differentiated photocopiable worksheets and teacher's notes for the activity sheets. Matrices show how the scheme covers the new National Curriculum and links with the Scheme of Work, and there are teaching plants for each chapter. Guidance is included on differentiation, literacy and numeracy. Other photocopiable resources include outline maps, diagrams and writing frames.

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