OCR (B) GCSE Geography (Second Edition) has been completely rewritten and combines comprehensive and accessible coverage of the OCR (B) specification with an exciting range of activities and new case study material. Written by highly experienced examiner and author Michael Raw and printed in full colour throughout, the book comprises nine chapters which cover the four key themes: -- Rivers and coasts, Population and settlement, Natural hazards and Economic development -- as well as fieldwork investigation. Each chapter features: a key ideas section to introduce students to the important facts about the topic(s) Fact file boxes exploring sub-topics in greater depth various activities to test the skills needed to conduct geographical study and enquiry up-to-date case studies providing real-world illustration of geographical topics and processes full-colour diagrams, maps, figures and photographs key terms highlighted throughout Embodying the aim of the specification to promote an 'issue-based' investigative approach to GCSE geography, OCR (B) GCSE Geography is the ideal text to develop students' knowledge and understanding of each topic and improve their geographical skills in preparation for exam success.
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Michael Raw is a current Head of Geography and has been an A-level Principal Examiner for the last 12 years. His publications include the AS Physical Geography Teacher Resource Pack and he is series editor for the AS/A Level Geography Advanced TopicMasters, all published by Philip Allan Updates.
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Book Description Philip Allan, 2009. Paperback. Book Condition: Used; Good. Bookseller Inventory # 1211135