Making Every Geography Lesson Count has been reviewed!

30 November 2020

This book is a pedagogical resource aimed at Geography teachers of students aged 11“18 years. It is written by a geography teacher for geography teachers, in a series of subject-specific books based on the original Making every lesson count by Shaun Allison and Andy Tharby. It is written for the General Certificate of Secondary Education curriculum in the United Kingdom but it is easy to realise the similarities with the Australian Curriculum, and the principles of teaching, according to this book, are applicable anyway. In fact, it is even a little inspiring to read due to the strength and depth of the Geography taught in the UK.

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Find out more about Making Every Geography Lesson Count or Mark™s new book Powerful Geography, which is due in January.

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