Geography for CSEC by Marolyn Gentles, Jeanette Ottley
  

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Geography for CSEC by Marolyn Gentles, Jeanette Ottley

Key features of the book include: *Longman Geography for CSEC is a highly illustrated, full-colour, user friendly design to engage and excite students *comprehensive units tailored to all the requirements of the new syllabus, including a stronger focus on environmaental issues * clearly stated syllabus objectives *'concept boxes' that communicate key ideas in an easily accessible way, thus teaching students rather than telling them * a variety of exercises and stimuli to facilitate a communicative teaching process *unique glossary boxes of technical vocabulary to facilitate a greater understanding of the subject * multiple-choice and essay-style practice questions at the end of each unit, that add up to form a complete sample exam for papers 1 and 2 * a chapter specific to examination techniques to prepare students for their CXC exams *relevant thematic links to atlases to promote and ensure cross-curricular awareness and understanding * a companion website and suggested relevant links to enable students to extend their studies * a free interactive CD-ROM with animations and activities to support student learning both in the classroom and at home.

About the Author

Jeanette Ottley is the co-author of Longman's successful The Caribbean and Beyond for lower secondary. Her qualifications include B. Sc (Geography and Add. Geography), M. A. (Ed) and Dip Ed (dist). She is currently Head of Geography Department at Queen's College, Barbados and has many years experience of successfully preparing students for CSEC and CAPE exams. Jeanette has been involved with CXC Geography since it began more than 25 years ago and is an examiner for CSEC and CAPE levels in the subject Marolyn Gentles is a graduate of the Mico Teachers' College and University of the West Indies who has had 15 years of teaching experience, eight of which teaching CXC CSEC and Cambridge A-Level Geography , and some in the UK. Her passion for Geography and environmental conservation has taken her into a wider field where she is currently the Education and Outreach Officer for the Blue and John Crow Mountains National Park in Jamaica. Marolyn has been involved in Environmental Education at various levels for the past 5 years.

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Book Info

Format

Mixed media product
Contains Paperback and CD-ROM
280 pages

Author

Marolyn Gentles, Jeanette Ottley
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Publisher

Longman an imprint of Hodder Education

Publication date

16th March 2006

ISBN

9781405816632


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