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All About Geography Secondary One Environment And Resources Workbook

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Brand new! Publisher: Pearson Education South Asia Pte Ltd Author: Alicia Brown, Audrey Tan, Chong Yoon Choi, M C Clarke, Sherrie Ng, Shirley Melissas, Dr Wong Poh Poh ISBN: 9-789810-634407 Contents: This workbook provides a range of activities for students to practice key geographical skills and thinking skills. At the end of each chapters, there are checklists and revision questions for Express Course and Normal (Academic) Course. what will we learn in geography -what is geography -what do geographers study - asking geographical questions geographical investigations and skills -selecting appropriate data, reading tables and graphs -reading tables and graphs -applying sampling methods -locating places on atlas maps -reading topographical maps - interpreting photographs and drawing field sketches -reading maps with proportional symbols, interpreting text and quotes tropical rainforest -characteristics of topical rainforests - can we able to survive without rainforests -what is happening to our rainforests -distribution of topical rainforests and rates of deforestation -what causes deforestation around the world - impacts and causes of deforestation -are you ready for Geo Fest - protecting tropical rainforests -creating ecological links - ecotourism in Coasta Rice water supply -hydrological cycle exploration -how we use water -what is water shortage - distribution of water -people and places facing water shortage - what impact can pollution have on fresh water supplies, -how does water shortage impact people -what is Singapore doing to avoid water shortage -what lessons can the rest of the world learn from Singapore’s water managements -students help pay for wells - water shortage in India energy resources -fossil fuel formation -how do we use of fossil fuels, -what would life be without energy -energy consumption around the world -how much energy do you use -impacts of increased energy costs -reduce or find alternatives -Patagonia dams -gas blast in China coal mine

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