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Know Your Planet: A Textbook for ICSE Geography, Book 3

Anita Arathoon,Anjana Bose

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ISBN 10: 1107605334 / ISBN 13: 9781107605336
Published by Cambridge University Press, 2011
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Know Your Planet is a series in Geography for classes III, IV and V adhering to the latest syllabus prescribed by the Inter- State Board for Anglo-Indian Education. The series aims at introducing young learners to the study of geography in a comprehensive and enjoyable manner. While inculcating in them a sense of curiosity about the various facets of the planet they inhabit, the series also exposes them to the diverse groups of people living on the planet and their cultures. Besides, it sensitises students to various issues related to the environment thus paving the way for their becoming responsible citizens of the future. The series adopts a unique interactive and enquiry approach. Every chapter-title is presented as a question the answer to which is provided by the chapter itself. The exercises train students in developing vital life skills such as giving directions, map-pointing, identifying topographical variations and so on. The in-text activities encourage active learning and hone thinking and reasoning skills. Key Features: ? Carefully graded and structured chapters ? Unique interrogative and interactive style to arouse curiosity ? Clearly formulated learning objectives at the beginning of every chapter ? Specific chapters on environmental education in every book ? Interesting facts on the environment to inculcate awareness and responsibility ? In-text activities to hone thinking and reasoning skills ? Exercises to develop vital life skills ? Learner-friendly sketches and art-work to make the material appealing ? Real-life images to arouse a sense of awe and wonder ? Ideas for classroom activities and project work in every chapter ? Web links in every chapter to facilitate research and project work ? Teachers? manual with additional teaching and testing material Contents 1. The First Question: What makes the Earth unique? 2. The Second Question: Why do we need maps and globes? 3. The Third Question: What are the lines on the globe? 4. The Fourth Question: How are seasons caused? 5. The Fifth Question: Where is it very hot? 6. The Sixth Question: Where is it very cold? 7. The Seventh Question: Where is it neither hot nor cold? 8. The Eighth Question Is our Earth in danger? 9. The Ninth Question: How can we save the Earth? 10. The Tenth Question: Why is water precious? 11. The Eleventh Question: Where are we on the planet? 12. The Twelfth Question: What has nature given us? 13. The Thirteenth Question: What lies beneath our feet? 14. The Fourteenth Question: What lies buried in the soil? 15. The Fifteenth Question: What does the soil give? Printed Pages: 112. Bookseller Inventory # 45793

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Title: Know Your Planet: A Textbook for ICSE ...

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

Publication Date: 2011

Binding: Softcover

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