NSSC Development Studies Module 1 Student's Book by Innocent Mweti, H. van Wyk
  

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NSSC Development Studies Module 1 Student's Book by Innocent Mweti, H. van Wyk

NSSC Development Studies Second Edition is a course consisting of two Modules, an Answer Book and a Teacher's Guide. The course has been written and designed to prepare students for the Namibia Senior Secondary Certificate (NSSC). Features of the books include: * modules divided into units, each focusing on a different theme * stimulating and thought-provoking activities, designed to encourage critical thinking * word boxes providing language support * highlighted and explained key terminology * step-by-step guidelines aimed towards achieving the learning outcomes * self-evaluation to facilitate learning and assess skills and knowledge * detailed feedback in the Answer Book promoting a thorough understanding of content through recognising errors and correcting them * an outcomes-based approach encouraging students to actively explore Development Studies * real-life case studies from southern Africa showing the processes of change affecting the countries and the people who live in them.

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Paperback
292 pages

Author

Innocent Mweti, H. van Wyk
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Publication date

6th October 2009

ISBN

9780521179553


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