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by John Fien,Rod Gerber,Peter Wilson
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Schools & Teaching
  • Author:
    John Fien,Rod Gerber,Peter Wilson
  • ISBN:
    0333478703
  • ISBN13:
    978-0333478707
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  • Publisher:
    Palgrave Macmillan; 2nd edition (June 8, 1990)
  • Pages:
    418 pages
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    Schools & Teaching
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The geography teachers‘ guide to the classroom. The geography teachers‘ guide to the classroom.

The geography teachers‘ guide to the classroom. Published on 07-Apr-2017.

The book is written in a practical easy-to-read style. Each chapter contains a common structure, starting with a stimulating scene-setting introduction. This is followed by practical how-to-do advice on the theme of the chapter

The book is written in a practical easy-to-read style. This is followed by practical how-to-do advice on the theme of the chapter.

Peter Wilson, John Fien, Rod Gerber. The book is written in a practical easy-to-read style. This is followed by practical "how-to-do" advice on the theme of the chapter. Frequent examples of classroom ideas, lesson samples, short exercises and transcripts of students talking are provided and much of each chapter is "straight from the chalk face".

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The Geography Teacher's Guide to the Classroom. ISBN 9780333478707 (978-0-333-47870-7) Hardcover, Macmillan Co. of Australia, 1989.

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Authors and affiliations. Fien, . Cox, B. and Fossey, . Geography: A medium for education, In: Fien, . Gerber, . Wilson, P. (ed., The Geography Teacher's Guide to the Classroom, 2nd ed. Macmillan, Melbourne 1989. Geography in Australia has a heritage that is strongly British, but more recently has been influenced from other parts of the world, such as North America and New Zealand. Teaching Geography For a Better World, Jacaranda, Brisbane 1986. Geography Teachers' Association of Victoria: The Value of Geo graphy.

The book is written in a practical easy-to-read style. Each chapter contains a common structure, starting with a stimulating scene-setting introduction. This is followed by practical "how-to-do" advice on the theme of the chapter. Problems that need to be considered and ways of overcoming them are suggested. Frequent examples of classroom ideas, lesson samples, short exercises and transcripts of students talking are provided and much of each chapter is "straight from the chalk face". The spread of examples reflects the breadth of experience of the author in classrooms in many parts of the world, including Asia, Australia, North America, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. The various chapters reflect a variety of approaches to geography teaching including: field, classroom and library research; student thinking and inquiry; communicating through maps, graphs, statistics, speaking and reading; values and decision-making activities; catering for mixed ability, less-able and gifted students; developing social and political literacy; teaching controversial issues; and computer assisted learning. The opportunities and challenges of school-based curriculum development in geography are explored through specific chapters on unit writing, lesson planning, resource selection assessment and course evaluation.