GEOGRAPHY AC 7 EBOOK

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Written by Australia’s leading geography educators, Geography for the Australian Curriculum is a comprehensive and compelling series for years 7–10 that caters for the different learning styles and abilities in Australian classrooms without sacrifici...

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  • ISBN: 9781139990073
  • Publisher: Cambridge
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GEOGRAPHY AC 7 EBOOK

Written by Australia’s leading geography educators, Geography for the Australian Curriculum is a comprehensive and compelling series for years 7–10 that caters for the different learning styles and abilities in Australian classrooms without sacrificing the depth and quality of content needed to successfully understand geographical concepts and skills.
This series encourages students to pose questions, reflect and propose actions to enrich their understanding of Australia and the world, and shape a better future. Using this inquiry framework, they will develop geographical knowledge and understanding, explore key concepts and apply essential skills as they study the places, peoples, cultures and environments that make up our world.
Explicitly written for the Australian Curriculum to provide a fresh inquiry-based approach to support the study of geography.
Helps students to become informed, responsible and active citizens who can contribute to the development of an environmentally sustainable, economically resilient and socially-just world.
Written by highly experienced teachers and renowned academics from across Australia who are experts in their specialty areas and know what works in the classroom.
Caters for multiple learning styles and abilities without sacrificing depth and quality of content.
Provides learning strategies and tips to help students think and read like geographers.
Offers a suite of stimulating print and digital resources.
The author team:
Catherine Acworth, Alan Boddy, Tamara Boyer, David Butler, Rex Cooke, Matthew Davidson, Deirdre Dragovich, Tony Eggleton, Xiumei Guo, Karlson ‘Charlie’ Hargroves, Grace Larobina, David Lergessner, Dora Marinova, Simon Miller, Peter Newman, Nonja Peters, Ken Purnell, Margaret Robertson, Heather Ruckert, Jesmond Sammut, Laura Stocker, Kate Thompson, Fiona Tonizzo & Andrew Walker.
Geography for the Australian Curriculum 7 explores water as a renewable environmental resource and the concept of place through liveability.
The Interactive Textbook includes:
maps with a zoom function
data from Wolfram Alpha (widgets/data widgets)
multiple-choice quizzes at the end of each chapter
image galleries containing multiple images of key historical sites
for a limited time, access to the App is provided with the purchase of the Interactive Textbook.

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