Primary Social Studies and Tourism Education for the Bahamas Myself, My Family, My School by Lisa Bain


Primary Social Studies and Tourism Education for the Bahamas Myself, My Family, My School by Lisa Bain

This course comprises six Students' Books, with accompanying Teacher's Guide and Workbooks. The themes of the books are as follows: * Book 1: Myself, my family, my school * Book 2: My community * Book 3: My island home * Book 4: The Bahamas, our country * Book 5: Neighbouring lands * Book 6: Bahamians, Citizens of the world Teacher's Guide, Books 1-3 Teacher's Guide, Books 4-6 Features of the course include: * Full coverage of the Ministry of Education Curriculum for Social Studies and Tourism Education; * A new emphasis on contemporary issues, including Tourism Education, Environmental Education and Nation Building; * A lively, activity-based approach designed to ensure that students enjoy learning; * A modern-day interpretation of Bahamian historical development. Also available for use with this course is the Longman School Atlas for The Commonwealth of The Bahamas.

About the Author

Mike Morrissey is a Professor at the University of West Indies. He has a wealth of experience including, teaching high school geography, training teachers, representing Jamaica on the panel that developed the first CXC geography syllabus, and authoring many geography textbooks for students across the region.

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48 pages


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Publication date

19th August 1991



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