Cambridge International AS & A Level Geography Student's Book (Collins Cambridge AS & A Level)

Cambridge International AS & A Level Geography Student's Book (Collins Cambridge AS & A Level)

By: Rebecca Kitchen (author), Iain Palot (author), Barnaby J. Lenon (author), Robert Morris (author), Andy Schindler (author)Paperback

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Written by team of experienced geography teachers, this Student Book is fully matched to the Cambridge A and AS Level Geography syllabus. Exam Board: Cambridge Assessment International Education First teaching: 2016 First exams: 2018 Collins Cambridge AS/A Level Geography Student Book covers all the core syllabus topics as well as the physical and human geography options. The aim of the book is to help the student to obtain the knowledge, understanding and skills to succeed in their geographical studies. The content is accessible and clearly organised with a student friendly layout. The depth of content coverage is suitable for the whole range of abilities. Illustrated throughout, it contains a wealth of maps, diagrams and info-graphics to support the interesting and current case studies taken from around the world. Content Hydrology and fluvial geomorphology Atmosphere and weather Rocks and weathering Population Migration Settlement dynamics Tropical environments Coastal environments Hazardous environments Hot arid and semi-arid environments Production, location and change Environmental management Global interdependence Economic transition Geographical skills This title is endorsed by Cambridge Assessment International Education.

About Author

Barnaby Lenon was Head of Geography at Eton, Vice-President of the Royal Geographical Society and co-author of the 2014 National Curriculum for Geography in England. Iain is a Chartered Geographer and Post 16 Geography Consultant for the Geographical Association, working in the UK and overseas. Rebecca Kitchen has been a geography teacher for 15 years and Head of Geography for over a decade at a girls' grammar school in Buckinghamshire. Andy Schindler is a Devon-based educational consultant and Secondary Geography Teacher who also runs Outdoor Learning for Schools - a company geared up to making connections between the classroom and outdoors. He regularly teaches and links with primary and secondary schools in the south west.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780008124229
  • Format: Paperback, Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 440
  • ID: 9780008124229
  • weight: 960
  • ISBN10: 0008124221

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