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Causeway GCSE Geography. Pupil's Book; Teacher's Guide By Frances Cook, Helen Harris, Rachel Lofthouse, Mel Rockett. In this highly- illustrated textbook, each topic is treated as an enquiry, for example "How does human activity affect particular ecosystems?" "What are the effects of volcanoes?" The teacher's guide contains photocopiable support and extension materials. There is also additional case study material.

Pupil's book Pounds 10.95 Teacher's guide Pounds 20 Causeway Press


Children First: A Guide to the Needs of Disabled Children in School By Judith Male. this book from RADAR (The Royal Association for disability and Rehabilitation) offers information and guidance. To help teachers be more aware of the educational, social and practical needs of disabled children,Part one looks at the the curriculum and a school's facilities. Part two outlines 34 medical conditions which teachers in mainstream schools are likely to encounter. Pounds 10.50.

RADAR, 12 City Forum, 250 City Road, London EC1V 8AF Tel: 0171 250 3222


The World of Sport Examined: Textbook; Teacher's Resource Book By Paul Beashel and John Taylor. Designed for a broad ability range this textbook with accompanying teacher's resource book fits the requirements of the current GCSE syllabuses and Standard Grade. The photocopiable resource book contains activity sheets, differentiated tasks, revision checklists and summary sheets.

Student's Book Pounds 10.50 Teacher's Resource Book Pounds 29.99 Nelson


On Va a Dieppe!; On Va a Calais!

Aiming to lighten the load of teachers planning day-trips to these French towns, these packs for 10 to 13-year-olds include photocopy masters for pupils, to be completed before and during the trip, and up-to-date notes for teachers. Basic survival language is covered including numbers and prices, places in the town, directions, notices and shopping. Pounds 25 each.

Senlac Language Publications, PO Box 94, St Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex TN37 7ZW.

Tel: 01424 850282.

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