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Laurent Gayme

Goegraphy of the UK

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I have to teach, let's say during three hours, geography of the UK to 13 years old pupils. I must highlight majors evolutions. I thought it might be interesting to focus on regional changes, for example a rich south-east area around London, poor peripheric regions and technological development for example in Scotland.

What do you think of ? Am I right or wrong ? Any ideas or web ressources ?

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