Connect Students' Book by Samuel Soyer, Laurence Jaggassay, Amaral Soyer


Connect Students' Book by Samuel Soyer, Laurence Jaggassay, Amaral Soyer

Written by educators from across the Caribbean, the course has been designed to ensure that students cover regional curriculum objectives (including R.O.S.E. and S.E.M.P) for success at lower secondary and beyond. Key merits include: * a wide range of stimulating texts, including fiction, non-fiction, drama, poetry and media * exciting step-by-step activities to perfect skills in speaking and listening, reading, writing and portfolio work * review 'self-assessment' units to revise and extend what has been learnt so far * a full-colour, highly-illustrated design and engaging writing style to motivate students * margin boxes indicating additional facts of interest, hints and tips * comprehensive grammar and 'word store' boxes to teach the mechanics of language * a matching chart to show how each unit delivers regional syllabus exercises * a free Teacher's Guide, including suggestions on lesson plans, extended exercises and reinforcement activities. * a companion website containing further student activities and teacher support:

About the Author

Laurence Jaggassar currently teaches English Language, English Literature and General Paper and Religious Knowledge at Presentation College, San Fernando, Trinidad. He has completed a Master of Education Degree (concentration in Curriculum). Over the past twenty years Laurence has taught at Primary and Secondary Schools, both public and private, and for several years has had a pastoral experience. He has headed various departments and committees and worked in administration. Laurence has also been an examiner for CXC scripts in CSEC and NCSE. He has recently taken up a new position at the Division of Educational Research and Evaluation, Ministry of Education, as a Measurement and Evaluation Specialist. Kirk Kalloo teaches English Language, English Literature and Remedial Reading at Aranguez Junior Secondary School, Trinidad. He also holds the position of Head of the English Department. His range of experience extends to various categories of Secondary Schools where he taught at Ordinary Level and Advanced Level. He has been an examiner for CXC scripts in SEA and CSEC. Shelly Kalloo teaches English Language, English Literature and Caribbean Studies at Naparima Girls' High School, Trinidad. She also taught History and General Paper at previous Secondary Schools. Shelly has been an examiner for CXC scripts in SEA and CSEC.

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192 pages


Samuel Soyer, Laurence Jaggassay, Amaral Soyer
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Longman an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

12th May 2005



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