Aftermath of an earthquake in Kobe, Japan, 1995

21st November 1997 at 00:00
(Photograph) - Aftermath of an earthquake in Kobe, Japan, 1995: the effects of earthquake and the human response to it form one of the areas of investigation in the third and final part of Special Needs Support Materials (John Murray.

Teacher's Resource Book Pounds 35, Picture Pack Pounds 17.99). Covering the revised national curriculum for geography at key stage 3, the teacher's resource book contains more than 200 photocopiable worksheets and suggestions for exploitation of the 16 full-colour picture cards. The pack offers a range of teaching options, or 'pathways', for pupils with learning difficulties. The first is based on using the picture pack with fieldwork, while the second uses the material as an alternative to a textbook. The third pathway involves using the pack as support material for classes following other, textbook-based courses Picture:NOBORU HASHIMOTOSYGMA.

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