Living geography. Book 3
Developing levels of achievement, the series consists of three student books that offer real progression, as concepts and language increase in difficulty from Years 7 to 9. Each book is completely appropriate to the year group it has been designed for.
Print Book, English, 2001
Nelson Thornes, Cheltenham, 2001
112 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm.
9780174343257, 9780174343288, 0174343256, 0174343280
Part 1 Earthquakes and volcanoes: moving continents; the growing Atlantic; ring of fire; should we stay or should we go?; measuring earthquakes; disaster strikes Kobe; commentary on the quesions; assessment 1 - relationship to the National Curriculum levels. Part 2 Population and development: planet in crisis?; rise and fall; the most important resource of all; Burkina Faso; migration; what is aid?; commentary on the questions. Part 3 USA: the size of the USA; the big country; welcome to America; a melting pot of people; go west; the Grand Canyon; commentary on the questions. Part 4 USA: the advantages of LA; a dangerous place for angels; stay put or quit?; sustaining the Prairie; comparisons in development; trading partners; commentary on the questions; assessment 2 - relationship to the National Curriculum levels. Part 5 South Africa: where in the world?; sun and safari; climates of South Africa; a flag for everyone; population change; Johannesburg; commentary on the questions. Part 6 South Africa: deep reserves; sustainable tourism; worlds apart; a developing economy; land of opportunity; commentary on the questions; assessment 3 - relationship to the National Curriculum levels.