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Geography (Grade 7) - Physical Patterns in a Changing World
Grade 7 students explore how physical features, climate, and vegetation interact to form patterns on the earth’s surface. They investigate the natural forms that contribute to these patterns and identify and explore relationships between natural and human systems. They also analyze and explain a variety of human responses to the physical environment.
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Books
  • All About Land Formations [DVD]  (J 551.3 ALL )
  • Topography [DVD]  (J 912.014 TOP )
  • Volcanoes  (J 551.21 NAR)
  • Earthquakes (J 551.22 MUR)
  • A Look at Erosion and Weathering (J 551.352 BRA)
  • Tornadoes (J 551.553 SIM 2017)
  • Destination : Planet Earth (J 550 NEL)
  • Earth’s Landforms and Bodies of Water ( J 551.41 HYD)
  • When the Earth Shakes : Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Tsunamis (J 551.22 WIN)
  • Antarctic Melting: The Disappearing Antarctic Ice Cap (J 363.73874 SOM)
    Learn about the history of the Antarctic from 160 million years ago to the present. From the Extreme Environmental Threats series. Includes photos, glossary, index, and further reading suggestions.
  • Grands horizons: La terre (J FRENCH 550 RED)
    Follow the life of the Earth from its birth four and a half billion years ago to the present. This book discusses the history of the physical planet, volcanoes and earthquakes, the land, the air, the water, the history of life, and human relationship with the earth. Includes table of contents, photographs, diagrams, a collection of facts and figures at the end, a glossary and an index.
  • La planète Terre (J FRENCH 551 PAR)
    Explore the physical geography of the planet Earth through photographs, diagrams, and drawings with clear overlay pages that show the internal and external view of volcanoes and other changing landscapes. Includes table of contents and index.
  • Les volcans pour les faire connaître aux enfants (J FRENCH 551.21 BEA)
    Discover volcanoes through vibrant drawings and short descriptions. Table of contents on last page.
  • Mission Planet Earth: Our World and Its Climate - and How Humans Are Changing Them (J 551.6 RID)
  • Shields (J 577.09714 MAT)
  • Plains (J 577.0971 Pra)
  • Cordilleras (J 577.09711 Mor)
  • Arctic (J 577.09719 Pra)
  • Series: Land Formation, the Shifting, Moving, Changing Earth (J 551.442 CAS)
    Series includes: canyons, caves, glaciers, islands, peninsulas and mountains
  • Fault Lines and Tectonic Plates (J 551.136 REI)
    Discover what happens with the earth’s crust moves with 25 projects
  • Eyewitness Volcano and Earthquake (J 551.21 VAN)
  • Uncovering Earth’s Crust (J 551.13 STO)
  • Mountains, Deserts, and Grasslands (J 333.9516 RIC)
  • Weather (J 551.6 WEA )
  • Plate Tectonics, Volcanoes, and Earthquakes (J 551.8 PLA )
  • What is a Landform? (J 551.41 SPI)
  • The Rocky Mountains (J 578.0978 ALO)
    Learn about the history of the Rocky Mountains from its formation to present day. A timeline, glossary and index are included. (From the Mountains Around the World Series.)
  • Biomes of the World: Grasslands: Sweeping Savannas (J 577.4 FRE)
    From the series, Biomes of the World, this book explores the physical environment of grasslands as well as life that can be found there. Includes the issue of global warming and future of grasslands. Extra features are a glossary, bibliography and index.
  • Tidal Zone (J 551.46 WOO)
    From the series, Exploring the Oceans, this book investigates the physical effects that occur to oceans by examining various stages of the tides. Includes colour photographs, a glossary, and index and suggestions for further study.
  • Icebergs & Glaciers (J 551.312 SIM 2018)
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