The Big Resource Book of Antarctica

Author(s): Ruth Naumann

Social Studies

The third book in the Big Book social studies series that takes a closer look at New Zealand's significant neighbours - in this case, Antarctica. The resource books are written to motivate students at all levels - from high achievers to those who are struggling with literacy. The books aim to help all students achieve their potential across all dimensions of knowledge, skills, attitudes, values and identity.

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UNIT 1 Visuals; UNIT 2 Locations; UNIT 3 Names; UNIT 4 Geographical Features; UNIT 5 Climate; UNIT 6 98 percent of Antarctica is Ice; UNIT 7 Glaciers; UNIT 8 2 percent of Antarctica is Ice-free; UNIT 9 Who Owns Antarctica?; UNIT 10 Modern Stations; UNIT 11 Great Explorations; UNIT 12 The Race For The Pole; UNIT 13 Ernest Shackleton; UNIT 14 Douglas Mawson; UNIT 15 Huts; UNIT 16 Modern Science; UNIT 17 Work Today; UNIT 18 Transport; UNIT 19 Tourism; UNIT 20 The Antarctic Peninsula; UNIT 21 Deception Island; UNIT 22 Mt Erebus; UNIT 23 Penguins; UNIT 24 Other Antarctic Natives; UNIT 25 Climate Change and Antarctica; UNIT 26 The Antarctic Ozone Hole; UNIT 27 Antarctic Adventures

General Fields

  • : 9780170950268
  • : cengage
  • : cengage
  • : September 2007
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Ruth Naumann
  • : Paperback
  • : 64