Place & Liveability Resource Book

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Place & Liveability

This unit “Place and Liveability” is suitable for students in the early to middle years of high school.

It contains informational outlines, word finds, glossary lists, vocabulary, crosswords, mind-maps, cloze passages, true/false activities and extended writing or research tasks.

It is a supplementary educational resource for junior high school courses on Geography, Social Studies, Social Science and Human Geography.

It is written in a “dot point” or summary style with activities following each section. Many answers are contained on the next page.

It is formatted in a “Blackline Master” PDF format, which facilitates printing.

It is relevant to high school teachers or students studying alone.


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What is Liveability?

What Affects Perceptions of Liveability?

Human Factors and Liveability

Environmental Factors and Liveability

Indicators of Liveability

Measurement of Liveability

Access to Services and Facilities

Rural and Remote Liveability

Variations in Services Between Urban and Rural Areas

ATSI Views on Liveability

Improving Liveability

How Can the Environment Reduce Liveability

Natural Disasters





Population Pressures

Unequal Food Distribution

Land Degradation

Impact of Poor Environmental Quality

Types of Australian Communities

Community Identity

Social Connectedness

Highly Liveable Places

Enhancing Liveability



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