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AQA Geography A Level & AS Human Geography Student Book

Rigorous and motivating geography for the 2016 specifications

Series Editor Simon Ross, Series Editor Alice Griffiths, Author Tim Bayliss, and Author Lawrence Collins

Suitable for:  Students studying the 2016 AQA AS and A Level geography specifications (typically aged 16-18 years)

Price:  £25.00

ISBN: 978-0-19-836654-6
Publication date: 01/12/2016
Paperback: 360 pages
Dimensions: 276x219mm

Availability: In stock.

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Description

Now updated for 2020 to more closely reflect the latest AQA exam question format and wording.
Student-friendly resource for the 2016 AQA A Level and AS geography specifications. This Student Book covers the human geography component of the course. It motivates your students with accessible content while retaining a rigorous approach.

Features

  • The Student Books for this course have been approved by AQA
  • Comprehensive coverage of the human geography component of the AQA A Level and AS specifications
  • Concise text and motivating activities make learning accessible
  • Up-to-date case and place studies provide real-world examples that your students can relate to
  • Features stretch yourself tasks and practice questions to help students succeed
  • Fieldwork chapter explains and develops the skills required by the specification
  • High-quality photos, maps, and diagrams aid explanations and engage students
  • A Student Book covering the physical geography component of the course is also available
  • Answer guidance for the activities is available on Kerboodle (school purchase only)

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Table of Contents

1: Global systems and global governance
2: Changing places
3: Contemporary urban environments
4: Population and the environment
5: Resource security