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Key Stage 4

GCSE resource bundle


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  • ISBN: 978-1-84377-389-4
  • Published: 2010-13

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The items in this bundle have been selected to support the teaching of the GCSE (9−1) specifications.

The bundle contains:

Fieldwork Through Enquiry

This book provides ten worked examples of projects which can be used with young people outside the classroom: five that are based in towns and cities, and five which explore rural or coastal contexts. It has taken some ‘traditional’ activities and locations and added some new ideas and techniques. The enquiry approach underpins all the activities in this book.

GCSE Geography Teachers’ Toolkit

The GCSE Geography Teachers’ Toolkit is designed to help teachers develop meaningful schemes of work from their chosen GCSE specification. It takes a refreshing look at how GCSE geography can be taught so that students become enthused, engaged and motivated by it, thinking and acting as geographers. Each title provides a fully resourced, ten-lesson unit of work. This bank of lesson ideas and accompanying resources that can be used directly in the classroom or adapted to suit your needs and those of your students.

The three titles included in this bundle are:

Is the future sussed? A study of sustainable urban living

For Richer and Poorer? A study of uneven development

Hot and Bothered? A study of climate change

This download shows how GA publications can resource your teaching of GCSE (1-9).

Further advice and guidance on choosing and teaching GCSE (9-1) can be found here.

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