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Key Geography - Connections

Authors: David Waugh, Tony Bushell

Publisher: Stanley Thornes (1992)

Key Geography is a major course for Key Stage 3 Geography. Written especially for the National Curriculum, Key Geography is a comprehensive package which: - is flexible in use - provides coherent materials with built-in progression - is attractive, colourful, stimulating and fun to use - is appropriate for pupils of differing abilities and working at different levels - includes a broad range of teaching and learning methods in the activities and extras sections - provides full teacher support. A comprehensive Teacher's Resource Guide accompanies each pupils' book in the series. The three titles in the series: Key Geography Foundations Key Geography Connections Key Geography Interactions (in preparation)

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Key Geography For Gcse Book 2

Author: David Waugh

Publisher: Stanley Thornes (1994)

Key Geography for GCSE is an exciting and completely new Course. Following on from the highly successful key Geography series at key Stage 3. key Geography for GCSE: provides progression from key Stage 3 is flexible and accessible for students of differing abilities provides interesting stimulus materials on easy-to-follow double page spreads is attractive and colourful, making use of a wide variety of illustrations and statistical data provides a range of structured activities suitable for all pupils has full teacher support. A comprehensive Teacher's Resource Guide accompanies each pupils' book and contains teachers notes, photocopiable activity sheets, and a range of assessments with accompanying mark schemes.

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Key Geography Places

Authors: David Waugh, Tony Bushell

Publisher: Stanley Thornes (1995)

The second edition of Key Geography Places is the sixth title to be re-editioned in the successful Key Geography series. Written specifically to cover the place requirement of Key Stage 3 of the revised National Curriculum 2000, this updated resource: - contains a full section on places within the United Kingdom; - includes in-depth and up-to-date material on Brazil, Kenya, Italy and Japan; - provides a separate unit on world development; - follows the popular design and format of the best-selling Key Geography series; - is appropriate for pupils working at different levels; - includes a broad range of learning methods; - has its own designated internet support page. Titles in the series include: For Key Stage 3: Key Geography New Foundations Key Geography New Connections Key Geography New Interactions Key Geography Places Key Geography Basics Key Geography Extensions Key Geography Lower Ability Support Packs 1-4

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Letters From Italy

Author: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Part of a series: Penguin 60s Classics

Publisher: Penguin Books (1995)

The great Romantic poet’s paean to the glories of Italy. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s account of his passage through Italy from 1786 to 1788 is one of the great travel chronicles of any era, as well as a candid self-portrait of a genius in the grip of spiritual crisis. Translated by W. H. Auden and Elizabeth Mayer.

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Monster Lakes

Author: Anita Ganeri

Part of a series: Horrible Geography

Publisher: Scholastic Ltd (2009)

HORRIBLE GEOGRAPHY 100% HORRIBLE GEOGRAPHY WITH THE GRITTY BITS LEFT IN! WHERE IN THE WORLD CAN YOU: • Find scuba-diving spiders? • Meet fishes that melt in the sun? • Visit spooky shipwrecks? GET THE EARTH-SHATTERING FACTS IN MONSTER LAKES OVER 15 HORRIBLE GEOGRAPHY TITLES TO COLLECT!

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Mud, Sweat & Gears: Cycling From Land's End To John O'Groats (Via The Pub)

Author: Ellie Bennett

Publisher: Summersdale (2012)

As Ellie's fiftieth birthday approaches and her ambitions of a steady income, a successful career and an ascent of Everest seem as far away as ever, she begins to doubt she's capable of achieving anything at all. So when her best friend Mick suggests a gruelling cycle ride from Land's End to John o'Groats, she takes up the challenge. They opt for the scenic route which takes them along cycle paths, towpaths and the back roads and byways of Britain, unable to resist sampling local beers in the pubs they pass along the way. But as the pints start to stack up faster than the miles they're putting under their tyres, Ellie wonders if they'll ever make it to the finishing line...

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Narrow Dog To Carcassonne

Author: Terry Darlington

Publisher: Bantam (2006)

Terry and Monica Darlington are intrepid pensioners who made the surprising decision to sail their canal narrowboat, Phillis May, sixteen hundred miles across France and down to the Mediterranean, accompanied only by their whippet Jim. They took advise from nautical experts, who told them they would lose their boat and their lives (and, indeed, their whippet Jim). Narrow Dog to Carcassonne is a true story of high adventure in France, England, Belgium and out at sea, as experienced by two innocents and a reluctant dog. On board the Phillis May you share in a very different way of life. You go rabbiting in Oxfordshire, tie up among the bankers in the City of London, live among history in Flanders, drift through Champagne, throw a rope around the Eiffel Tower, struggle with hostile life forms in Burgundy, float down the Saone from vineyard to vineyard, get swept along by the terrible Rhone from Lyon to Avignon, dip your toes in the Mediterranean, and sail across inland seas among the flamingos of the Camargue. Breakdowns, floods, accidents, hangovers, vandals, dicks, trolls, aliens, gongoozlers, killer fish and the walking dead stand between our intrepid crew and their goal - many-towered Carcassonne.

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Odious Oceans

Author: Anita Ganeri

Part of a series: Horrible Geography

Publisher: Scholastic Children's Books (2008)

Horrible Geography takes you under the sea with Odious Oceans. Discover where in the world you can tuck into a poisonous pufferfish, spot some perilous pirates and explore the savage seabed!

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Opening Worlds: Short Stories From Different Cultures

Author: Anon

Publisher: Heinemann Educational (2002)

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Pacific Island Scrapbook

Authors: Angie Belcher, Andy Belcher

Part of a series: Collins Big Cat Series Purple Level

Publisher: Collins Educational (2012)

This colourful and informative book is presented as a 'scrapbook' of mementoes from Amy's visit to the Pacific island of Vanuatu. Packed with photos, it gives information on how the islands of the Pacific wre formed, how villagers live, and about the kinds of animals and plants that grow there. With its account of towns, villages, food and activities, this book will inform and fascinate developing readers. A final double page spread provides a glossary of unusual terms and a map to show where Vanuatu is located. Part of the Collins Big Cat series. At this level, the books offer developing readers structured language with some challenging vocabulary.

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