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Caribbean Challenges

Caribbean Challenges (Paperback)


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This course aims to develop students' geographical skills and knowledge at lower-secondary level, in preparation for their future CXC studies. The two books from Longman Caribbean Geography: The Caribbean and beyond and Caribbean Challenges can be used in any of years one, two or three of the lower secondary school. Key features include: * Units that give an overview of the social, economic, physical and environmental geography of the Caribbean in a global context, covering recent events and developments in the field. * Investigations of other areas of the world, such as South Africa and India, provide contrast. * Questions and activities provide practice in skills such as interpreting and evaluating data, atlas work, making comparisons, research and field work, critiquing and debating. * A revision section, which provides ready material for extra exercises or for assessment puposes. * A highly-illustrated, modern design that will appeal to the age-group, and which carefully integrates the illustrations with the text and exercises.

Children'sEducational materialEducational: Geography Publisher: Hodder Education Publication Date: 06/03/2001 ISBN-13: 9780582407909  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Mark Wilson has taught geography at Harrison College and Queen's College, Barbados, and at the College of The Bahamas. He is established author of Geography texts. Shahiba Ali taught Geography at St Augustine Senior Secondary Comprehensive School and is an Associate of the Centre for Geospatial Studies at the University of the West Indies. Charlene Costelloe is a member of the CXC Geography panel. She has taught Geography for twenty years at St Augustine Girls' High School. Barbara Jenkins has taught Geography at Fatima College and at Bishop Anstey High School. She is also an examiner in Geography for CXC.

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