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Discovering Geography (Middle Primary Nonfiction Topic Book): Environments and Responsibility (Reading Level 28/F&P Level S)

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What is an environment? Why are environments important to animals and people? How do people relate to and use their environment? Discover why and how we care for our environment.

Key concepts: Environment, Sustainability
AC Content Descriptions: The importance of environments to animals and people and different views on how they can be protected.

Discovering Geography
is a comprehensive, three-level resource that assists with the implementation, lesson planning and on-going teaching of the Australian Curriculum: Geography F-6.

This book is classified as Reading Level 28 / Fountas and Pinnell Level S. Visit our Levelled readers page for further information on reading levels.

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Pearson Australia
Features & benefits
Key features of the series:
  • Provides a clear integrated pedagogy for the implementation of the Australian Curriculum: Geography F-6.
  • Offers engaging and varied levelled text types to inspire students.
  • Builds on the popular Discovering History series.
  • Written by experienced teachers with Geography expertise using current best teaching practice.
Author biography
Julie Murphy is a trained Zoologist and Zookeeper. She now spends her time writing for children, and teaching primary school groups at an urban farm. Julie has written numerous nonfiction children's books about animals and the environment, and is a passionate advocate for education, conservation and sustainability.
Series overview
This series is comprised of Teacher Resource Books for Lower, Middle and Upper Primary with linked Picture Cards and Student Topic Books (fiction, nonfiction and comic books). All components are integrated to address fully the curriculum.
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