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The ideal atlas for classroom teaching and learning

RoseMarie Gallagher

Suitable for:  KS3/ 11-14 years

Price:  £13.99

ISBN: 978-0-19-839075-6
Publication date: 18/04/2013
Paperback: 112 pages
Dimensions: 292x225mm

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Use the engaging approach of geog.123 to help students develop key locational knowledge and a better understanding of the world - and to enjoy maps.


  • An atlas in the distinctive, engaging geog.123 style teachers and students know and love.
  • Improves key locational knowledge through clearly-labelled, focused maps which encourage students to build a secure framework of place knowledge.
  • Straightforward explanations and advice help students to 'read' maps and understand what they show.
  • Builds confidence by providing uncluttered maps that are easy to use and interrogate, so students become more confident about looking at and using maps of all types.
  • Unique coverage of places likely to feature in the news, such as the Middle East, Afghanistan, and the Falklands, helps students understand their world.
  • Special maps support key curriculum themes like global warming, desertification, and how people spread around the world.
  • Map keys provide easy reminders of symbols to help students work independently.
  • Innovative grid codes make it easy to find places listed in the index.
  • Stunning satellite images alongside physical geography maps help students understand what they're looking at.
  • 'Did you know?' and 'What if. . .' circles bring the maps to life with interesting extra information and engaging facts.
  • Suitable for use alongside geog.123 or any other course.

This page was last updated on 21 September 2021 at 04:30 GMT


  • The information is really accessible for the students, the maps are clear and the places to know sections are really useful. The students also are interested in the book. In their words - it doesn't just contain maps. - Mark Eyles, Colston's School, Bristol
  • Not only does this atlas give students locational knowledge it also includes articles about the problems and characteristics of regions of the world. Topics such as global trade and the production of natural gas are very informative. The atlas is highly suitable for secondary school students. - 5 star Amazon review
  • Really informative book. My son hasn't put it down yet - 5 star Amazon review
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