Enquiry important in key stage 3 geography

13th September 2007 at 01:00

Enquiry should be at the heart of key stage 3 geography, says Mike Hillary, geography adviser for Dorset andco-author with Julie Mickelburgh and Jeff Stanfield ofThink through Geography, the new course from Longman, designed to help students develop their questioning and investigational skills. Their approach also builds on key stge 2 literacy and numeracy work and provides opportunities to develop ICT and research skills withmany website links. Pupil and teacher's books arepublished this month and a teacher's website is soon tobe launched. Details from the Marketing Department, Longman Schools Division, Freepost Ang2041, Harlow, Essex CM20 2YF.


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