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Geography Through Enquiry has been written for teachers of geography in secondary schools and is relevant to all those, in England and elsewhere, where enquiry approaches are advocated.
In this new book, Margaret Roberts develops the ideas of Learning Through Enquiry (2003) and explores many new issues, including:
• How can students develop their understanding of geographical concepts and learn to argue geographically?
• How can stereotyping be avoided?
• What is the role of teachers in planning and implementing enquiry-based units of work?
• What needs to be considered when investigating controversial issues?
• How can teachers encourage whole-class and small-group discussion?
• How can teachers use classroom questioning to promote a critical understanding of geographical data and ideas?