Caribbean Primary Social Studies by Albertin Brathwaite, Marcellus Albertin, Marjorie Brathwaite
  

Caribbean Primary Social Studies

Written by Albertin Brathwaite, Marcellus Albertin, Marjorie Brathwaite
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Caribbean Primary Social Studies by Albertin Brathwaite, Marcellus Albertin, Marjorie Brathwaite

The many benefits of this new edition of Book 1 - Our Local Community, include: * up-to-date content reflecting social, economic and environmental developments * stimulating illustrations that relate to children's experience * child-centred objectives at the beginning of each unit and 'Points to Remember' at the end * oral activities that encourage children to express their ideas and work together * varied activites to develop social studies skills, which are integrated throughout the course * a guided study approach. About the Authors The authors of this well respected course, Marcellus Albertin and Marjorie Brathwaite, are highly experienced in the area of social studies and have consulted widely across the Caribbean to develop this new edition. Majorie Brathwaite also contributed to Heinemann's Social Studies for Lower Secondary.

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Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Albertin Brathwaite, Marcellus Albertin, Marjorie Brathwaite
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Publisher

Heinemann an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

29th April 2002

ISBN

9780435923907


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