Primary Geography - Collins Primary Geography Pupil Book 3: (First edition)

Paperback

Collins Primary Geography has been developed to provide full coverage of the national curriculum requirements for geography in the primary school.

The four Key stage 2 primary geography books provide a progressive, skills based scheme for the junior years. Each book is divided into units covering physical, human and environmental geography. There are also case studies of contrasting localities in the UK, Europe, Asia and the wider world. The pupil books use an extensive range of evidence to stimulate the children’s interest and encourage investigative skills – photographs, maps, satellite images artwork, charts and diagrams.

Each pupil book has an accompanying teacher’s guide which contains copymasters.

Locations focussed on in Book 3 include:
Scotland
France
Canada
India

RRP: £9.50

ISBN

978-0-00-756359-3

Publication Date

22-05-2014

Format

Paperback

Pages

64 pages

Dimensions

192x265mm

Author

Stephen Scoffham and Colin Bridge

Dr Stephen Scoffham is a Visiting Reader in Sustainability and Education at Canterbury Christ Church University. He is the author of many texts for children and teachers on primary geography and has won awards from the Geographical Association for his publications for the past two years running (2014 and 2015). Academically, Stephen has a leadership role developing sustainability and environmental perspectives in university life. His professional interests also include intercultural understanding, the global dimension, creativity and learning. Stephen has been an elected member of the Geographical Association’s governing body since 2011 and has recently been appointed as a trustee of Commonwork, a Kent-based charity which explores sustainable living and working.

Product Description

Collins Primary Geography has been developed to provide full coverage of the national curriculum requirements for geography in the primary school.

The four Key stage 2 primary geography books provide a progressive, skills based scheme for the junior years. Each book is divided into units covering physical, human and environmental geography. There are also case studies of contrasting localities in the UK, Europe, Asia and the wider world. The pupil books use an extensive range of evidence to stimulate the children’s interest and encourage investigative skills – photographs, maps, satellite images artwork, charts and diagrams.

Each pupil book has an accompanying teacher’s guide which contains copymasters.

Locations focussed on in Book 3 include:
Scotland
France
Canada
India

ISBN

978-0-00-756359-3

Publication Date

22-05-2014

Format

Paperback

Pages

64 pages

Dimensions

192x265mm

Product Description

Collins Primary Geography has been developed to provide full coverage of the national curriculum requirements for geography in the primary school.

The four Key stage 2 primary geography books provide a progressive, skills based scheme for the junior years. Each book is divided into units covering physical, human and environmental geography. There are also case studies of contrasting localities in the UK, Europe, Asia and the wider world. The pupil books use an extensive range of evidence to stimulate the children’s interest and encourage investigative skills – photographs, maps, satellite images artwork, charts and diagrams.

Each pupil book has an accompanying teacher’s guide which contains copymasters.

Locations focussed on in Book 3 include:
Scotland
France
Canada
India

Author

Stephen Scoffham and Colin Bridge

Dr Stephen Scoffham is a Visiting Reader in Sustainability and Education at Canterbury Christ Church University. He is the author of many texts for children and teachers on primary geography and has won awards from the Geographical Association for his publications for the past two years running (2014 and 2015). Academically, Stephen has a leadership role developing sustainability and environmental perspectives in university life. His professional interests also include intercultural understanding, the global dimension, creativity and learning. Stephen has been an elected member of the Geographical Association’s governing body since 2011 and has recently been appointed as a trustee of Commonwork, a Kent-based charity which explores sustainable living and working.