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Integrated science 1 - Going by car

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Original title:Integrated science 1 - Going by car
Authors:Hana Svatoňová, Irena Plucková, Eduard Hofmann, Jaromír Kolejka, Libor Lněnička, Darina Mísařová, Vladislav Navrátil, Aleš Ruda, Boris Rychnovský, Hana Svobodová, Jindřiška Svobodová
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Citation:SVATOŇOVÁ, Hana, Irena PLUCKOVÁ, Eduard HOFMANN, Jaromír KOLEJKA, Libor LNĚNIČKA, Darina MÍSAŘOVÁ, Vladislav NAVRÁTIL, Aleš RUDA, Boris RYCHNOVSKÝ, Hana SVOBODOVÁ a Jindřiška SVOBODOVÁ. Integrated science 1 - Going by car. 1. vyd. Brno: MuniPress, 2011. 57 s. ISBN 978-80-210-5665-7.Export BibTeX
@misc{971431,
author = {Svatoňová, Hana and Plucková, Irena and Hofmann, Eduard and Kolejka, Jaromír and Lněnička, Libor and Mísařová, Darina and Navrátil, Vladislav and Ruda, Aleš and Rychnovský, Boris and Svobodová, Hana and Svobodová, Jindřiška},
address = {Brno},
edition = {1.},
keywords = {Integrated science},
language = {cze},
location = {Brno},
isbn = {978-80-210-5665-7},
publisher = {MuniPress},
title = {Integrated science 1 - Going by car},
year = {2011}
}
Original language:Czech
Field:Earth magnetism, geography
Type:Učební texty, pomůcky
Keywords:Integrated science

Teachers book encompasses scientific text dealing with Going by car topic. Authors ponder on wider relationship of automobile transport – history, functioning, automobile manufacturing and its world distribution, need of fuel, oil production, processing and transport, related ecological impact on the landscape and climate. Text is globally and creatively conceived having regard to synthesis development. Each chapter is replenished with questions and links to specific worksheets. Table dedicated to chapter relations to cross-section themes of new curriculum document is also a part of this publication.

Teachers book encompasses scientific text dealing with Going by car topic. Authors ponder on wider relationship of automobile transport – history, functioning, automobile manufacturing and its world distribution, need of fuel, oil production, processing and transport, related ecological impact on the landscape and climate. Text is globally and creatively conceived having regard to synthesis development. Each chapter is replenished with questions and links to specific worksheets. Table dedicated to chapter relations to cross-section themes of new curriculum document is also a part of this publication.