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OCR GCSE (9–1) Geography B: Geography for Enquiring Minds

OCR GCSE (9–1) Geography B: Geography for Enquiring Minds by Alan Parkinson
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Exam Board: OCR
Level: GCSE
Subject: Geography
First Teaching: September 2016
First Exam: June 2018

An OCR endorsed textbook

Build your students' subject knowledge and cross-disciplinary enquiry skills with this modern, topic-based approach, brought to life through clear explanations and skills-focused activities that are tailored to the new assessment requirements; produced by one of the leading Geography publishers and OCR's Publishing Partner for Geography.

- Maps the content against the reformed specification, providing an easy-to-follow teaching pathway designed by an author team of experienced teachers and examiners

- Equips students with the subject knowledge and up-to-date case study examples they need to maximise their potential, with opportunities to undertake developmental activities for each topic

- Offers you a whole-class solution to teaching the non-tiered papers with extension activities to stretch high achievers and scaffolded questions that support lower ability students

- Embeds a focus on mathematical and statistical skills throughout by including opportunities to analyse a range of maps, graphs, GIS material and data sources

- Prepares students to approach assessment confidently with practice questions of varying difficulty and handy tips for successfully answering enquiry questions

- Highlights possible fieldwork projects and contains guidance on carrying out fieldwork, making it easier to integrate practical and theoretical learning

Hodder Education; July 2016
304 pages; ISBN 9781471852619
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Title: OCR GCSE (9–1) Geography B: Geography for Enquiring Minds
Author: Alan Parkinson; Jo Coles; Jo Payne; Simon Ross

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