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GEOGRAPHY Geographical Themes

Jo Debens Alan Parkinson Jo Payne Simon Ross Editor: David Rogers

Trust one of the leading Geography publishers to guide you through the new OCR GCSE (9–1) Geography A specification with print and digital resources that support your planning, teaching and assessment needs; complemented by Wideworld magazine and expert-led, confidence-boosting CPD events. We are working in collaboration with OCR to produce the following print and digital resources that support the teaching and learning of the new GCSE (9–1) Geography A (Geographical Themes) specification: OCR A GCSE Geography: Geographical Themes Student’s Book 9781471853081 June 2016 £22.99 OCR A GCSE Geography: Geographical Themes Student eTextbook 9781471852596 July 2016 From £5.75 + VAT per student for 1 year’s access

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Contents Part 1: Living in the UK Today Theme 1: Landscapes of the UK Chapter 1 The physical landscapes of the UK Chapter 2 River landscapes Chapter 3 Coastal landscapes

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Theme 2: People of the UK Chapter 4 The UK's major trading partners Chapter 5 Diversity in the UK Chapter 6 Development in the UK Chapter 7 The UK's changing population Chapter 8 Leeds: a major city in the UK

Theme 3: UK Environmental Challenges Chapter 9 Extreme weather in the UK Chapter 10 Resources and UK ecosystems Chapter 11 Energy in the UK

Part 2: The World Around Us Theme 1: Ecosystems of the Planet Chapter 12 Global ecosystems Chapter 13 Tropical rainforests

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Chapter 14 Coral reefs

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Chapter 15 Global development

Theme 2: People of the Planet Chapter 16 Ethiopia: changing economic development Chapter 17 Global urban areas Chapter 18 Rosario: a major city in an EDC

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Theme 3: Environmental Threats to Our Planet Chapter 19 Climate change Chapter 20 Global circulation of the atmosphere Chapter 21 Extreme weather: tropical storms and drought

Part 3: Geographical Skills and Fieldwork Chapter 22 Geographical skills Chapter 23 Fieldwork

Features in the book:


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