The Teacher Guide content is matched lesson by lesson to the Student Book. Written in partnership with the UK Geographical Association, Collins Cambridge IGCSE (R) Geography Teacher Guide has been fully updated to support the Cambridge IGCSE (R) Geography (0460) syllabus and Cambridge O-Level syllabus (2217).
This Teacher Guide covers the Cambridge IGCSE (R) Geography (0460) syllabus, as well as the Cambridge O-Level syllabus (2217), both for first teaching in 2018 and first examination in 2020.
* Produced in partnership with the Geographical Association - involved in reviewing and writing teaching ideas
* Lesson plans for every session in the Student Book; worksheets for every topic
* Includes a suggested two-year scheme of work, exam practice and mark scheme guidance
* Online resources contain artwork, mapping and photographs from the Student Book for classroom/whiteboard display
* Written by highly experienced Geography teachers and consultant edited by the CIE Principal Examiner for Paper 4, John Belfield
* This text has not been through the Cambridge endorsement process.
John Belfield is a Geography principal examiner with extensive experience of the IGCSE examination. He is involved in training and paper setting for Cambridge International Examinations (CIE). He has worked on the revision of the IGCSE syllabus and produced materials for it. He has 20 years experience of teaching Geography and finished his teaching career as Deputy Headteacher in a large secondary school. Alan Parkinson is an award winning teacher and author, and co-founder of the Geography Collective, creators of Mission:Explore. He has led training courses for thousands of teachers across the UK and Europe, and worked on this book while employed by the Geographical Association. He currently teaches Geography at King's Ely in Cambridgeshire. John Rutter worked in international development, adventure and cultural tourism and writing before becoming a teacher. A former principal teacher of geography in East Lothian he is now Headteacher at Inverness High School in the Scottish Highlands. He has authored and contributed to a number of textbooks as well as on-line resources and educational articles for newspapers and magazines