Practical Skills in Caribbean Geography by Graham Hart, Michael Morrissey, Mike Morrissey
  

Practical Skills in Caribbean Geography

Written by Graham Hart, Michael Morrissey, Mike Morrissey
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Synopsis

Practical Skills in Caribbean Geography by Graham Hart, Michael Morrissey, Mike Morrissey

Practical Skills in Caribbean Geography (Book 1) is the first of two new books for Caribbean geography students. It covers the basic skills, such as observing and recording, required by the CXC syllabus for Forms 1 - 3. Book 1 provides a foundation for the more detailed work found in Book 2, for Forms 4 and 5. * A major feature of Book 1 is its use of examples to show students step-by-step how to tackle a particular skill. * The book includes a colour map section, with map keys, as well as many black and white photographs and drawings.

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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Format

Paperback
64 pages

Author

Graham Hart, Michael Morrissey, Mike Morrissey
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Publisher

Longman an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

15th July 1991

ISBN

9780582766365


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