ICSE Geography VI

ICSE Geography VI

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About Book

Souvenir?s Inspiring Discovery In Geography is a series stringently rooted on the syllabus prescribed Board for Anglo ? India Education and supported by the council for Indian school certificate Examinations for Classes 6 to 8. To facilitate a deep and profound understanding of the different regions. Culture and people that compose our magnificent world , the serried encompasses the prescribed topics of physical ,regional and practical geography in an articulate manner. Important Attributes:

1. Colourful maps and schematic illustrations .

2. Did You Know ? dispenses fascinating information related to the chapter to enhance the curiosity of the students.

3. Fact File is another highlighted aspect of this series to

4. Important Terms ? are another highlighted in each chapter to reiterate new terms .

5. Points to remember is another important attribute where by student can grasp the essence of each chapter in a condensed manner.

6. Activity / project work has a hidden intention to encourage the student to explore more based on the topic in each chapter.

7. Things to Do? is provided to make learning more exciting and practical , so that the scholars can have some hands on activity to cement their knowledge.

8. To enable testing and revision ,various types of exercise are provided in each chapter.

Contents

1. The Study of Maps 05
2. The Earth and the Solar System 14
3. Major Landforms and Water Bodies 22
4. Australia – Location and Physical Features 36
5. Australia – Climate, Natural Vegetation and Wildlife 44
6. Australia – People and Utilization of Resources 51
7. Case Studies from Australia 60
8. New Zealand 67
9. Africa – Location and Physical Features 75
10. Africa – Climate, Natural Vegetation and Wildlife 83
11. Africa – Resources 91
12. Case Studies of Africa 99
13. The Human Environment 107
14. Pollution 112

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