GCSE Geography (Third Edition)

Stephen Roulston, Petula Henderson

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Abstract

Endorsed by CCEA for the 2017 Specification and written by experienced teachers and examiners, this book helps you to: learn, understand and revise the content you need to know by following clear and detailed explanations in every theme; deepen your knowledge of physical and human geography using up-to-date case studies that brig key concepts to life; develop your geographical skills as you progress through engaging activities for each unit and theme; prepare for fieldwork projects and assessment questions using expert advice on fieldwork investigations and techniques; and feel confident approaching your exams with plenty of exam-style questions, supported by tips and guidance from experienced examiners.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon
Number of pages246
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2017

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Roulston, S., & Henderson, P. (2017). GCSE Geography (Third Edition). London.
Roulston, Stephen ; Henderson, Petula. / GCSE Geography (Third Edition). London, 2017. 246 p.
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