Skills in Geography: Australian Curriculum
Skills in Geography: Australian Curriculum introduces and develops the fundamental geography skills students should master to succeed in Australian Curriculum Geography. Presented in a large format with detailed, high quality maps and images, this unique resource combines topographic map extracts, supporting explanatory text and graded exercises to enable students to understand geography through practice.
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PDF Textbook chapters
Preliminary pages [PDF 1.9Mb]
Section One: Geography skills bank [PDF 7.1Mb]
Section Two: Themes in Australian geography [PDF 6.7Mb]
Section Three: Australian topographic maps [PDF 26.0Mb]
Section Four: Themes in global geography [PDF 15.5Mb]
Section Five: New Zealand [PDF 10.7Mb]
Section Six: Papua New Guinea [PDF 5.8Mb]
Section Seven: South America [PDF 7.4Mb]
Section Eight: United Kingdom [PDF 14.9Mb]
Section Nine: Canada and the United States [PDF 14.3Mb]
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1 September 2017
p. 42: Corrected legend for 'cliff'
p. 60: Question 22 – 'using a vertical scale of 1 cm = 200 m' added to the end of the question
p. 60: Question 25 – grid references changed to 'summit of Mount Olympus (GR 270448) to the summit of Mount Ida (GR 308478)
14 February 2017
Figure 4.3a – Exchange the colours used for Australia and New Zealand: Australia becomes yellow (population density <5) and New Zealand becomes orange (population density 10-24.9)