Higher Geography

Higher Geography

by John Rutter

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Overview

Higher Geography by John Rutter

1 Contains an indispensable overview of the course, and an introduction to what to expect from the exam.
2 Addresses the most frequently asked questions in a way that is most useful and manageable for the student.
3 Provides best advice on how to tackle the concepts and areas identified in the Principal Assessor’s Report as the most problematic for students.
4 Features an easy reference glossary containing clear descriptions of all the most important terms.

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5 Are full colour, attractive and engaging, displaying a clean and completely modern design.
6 Address all the essential arrangement material, which is arranged in easily digestible topics, runs in a logical order and is contained in double page spreads, to make revision manageable.
7 Have been developed specifically to appeal to 16- and 17-year old learners: to be sophisticated in approach, while being accessible enough to be a benefit for all students.

About the author(s)
John worked as a scientific officer for DFID, studying diseases of banana, locust invasions and rice pest migration in Uganda, Tanzania, India, Costa Rica and Rome. He swapped microscope for walking boots and became a trek leader based initially in Morocco and then spent three years in Central and South America, mainly Peru (where he met Julie).

Settling in rural Aberdeenshire he became a journalist and blagged a job at the Edinburgh Evening News where he developed a love of unreasonable deadlines. A final, inevitable career change to teaching now sees him (and the family) based in East Lothian, employed as PT Geography at North Berwick High School and writing books, educational features and travel articles in his spare time.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781906736224
Publisher: Parkwest Publications
Publication date: 05/25/2012
Pages: 96
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 55.75(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range: 14 - 16 Years

About the Author

John worked as a scientific officer for DFID, studying diseases of banana, locust invasions and rice pest migration in Uganda, Tanzania, India, Costa Rica and Rome. He swapped microscope for walking boots and became a trek leader based initially in Morocco and then spent three years in Central and South America, mainly Peru (where he met Julie). Settling in rural Aberdeenshire he became a journalist and blagged a job at the Edinburgh Evening News where he developed a love of unreasonable deadlines. A final, inevitable career change to teaching now sees him (and the family) based in East Lothian, employed as PT Geography at North Berwick High School and writing books, educational features and travel articles in his spare time.

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