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Geography for the Australian Curriculum 10

 

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Geography for the Australian Curriculum develops the deep geographical knowledge and skills needed to create informed, responsible and active citizens.

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PDF Textbook chapters

Preliminary pages [PDF 5.4Mb]

Chapter 1: Sustainability [PDF 5.0Mb]

Chapter 2: Land environments [PDF 3.1Mb]

Chapter 3: Inland water environments [PDF 6.7Mb]

Chapter 4: Coastal environments [PDF 6.2Mb]

Chapter 5: Marine environments [PDF 3.9Mb]

Chapter 6: Urban environments [PDF 4.5Mb]

Chapter 7: Measuring human wellbeing [PDF 20.3Mb]

Chapter 8: Differences in human wellbeing [PDF 6.5Mb]

Chapter 9: Population and human wellbeing [PDF 6.9Mb]

Chapter 10: Improving human wellbeing [PDF 6.2Mb]

Glossary and Index [PDF 0.5Mb]

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  • Electronic workbook chapters 1-10 [PDF 23.6Mb]

Electronic Workbook

  • Preliminary pages [PDF 2.3Mb]

  • Chapter 1 - Sustainability [PDF 1.2Mb]

  • Chapter 2 - Land environments [PDF 1.8Mb]

  • Chapter 3 - Inland water environments [PDF 2.0Mb]

  • Chapter 4 - Coastal environments [PDF 3.1Mb]

  • Chapter 5 - Marine environments [PDF 0.9Mb]

  • Chapter 6 - Urban environments [PDF 1.3Mb]

  • Chapter 7 - Measuring human wellbeing [PDF 2.8Mb]

  • Chapter 8 - Differences in human wellbeing [PDF 4.6Mb]

  • Chapter 9 - Population and human wellbeing [PDF 3.1Mb]

  • Chapter 10 - Improving human wellbeing [PDF 4.7Mb]

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    Chapter 5 [Zipped Word docs, 1.3Mb]

    Chapter 6 [Zipped Word docs, 9.1Mb]

    Chapter 7 [Zipped Word docs, 9.3Mb]

    Chapter 8 [Zipped Word docs, 5.8Mb]

    Chapter 9 [Zipped Word docs, 5.8Mb]

    Chapter 10 [Zipped Word docs, 10.5Mb]

    Geographical Skills Toolkit [Zipped Word docs, 0.5Mb]

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    January 2014

    Textbook p.100

    “Fieldwork 1.1” should be “Fieldwork 3.1”.

    Textbook p.238

    “Every four years in Australia there is a Census…” should be “Every five years in Australia there is a Census…”

    Textbook p.274

    “Australia’s aid program, AusAID, offers overseas help in developing countries in the Asia Pacific region. Aid includes delivering goods and services, building local institutions and policy dialogue and reform. AusAID relies on local NGOs in order to achieve their goals of improving wellbeing overall. Creating partnerships and providing funding allows NGOs and AusAID to reach more countries in need and add both local knowledge and experience to the program.”

    should read:

    “Australia’s aid program, AusAID, offered overseas help in developing countries in the Asia Pacific region. Aid included delivering goods and services, building local institutions and policy dialogue and reform. AusAID relied on local NGOs in order to achieve their goals of improving wellbeing overall. Creating partnerships and providing funding allowed NGOs and AusAID to reach more countries in need and add both local knowledge and experience to the program. AusAID was abolished on November 1st 2013 and responsibility for Australia's aid program is now handled by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.”

    Victoria

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    Western Australia

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