Connect 4 : CXC Students by Amaral Soyer, Samuel Soyer, Aimey Orville, George Francis


Connect 4 : CXC Students by Amaral Soyer, Samuel Soyer, Aimey Orville, George Francis

Engage students as they develop their abilities in English language and literature. Written by educators from across the Caribbean, the course has been designed to ensure that students cover regional curriculum objectives at lower secondary and CSEC objectives at Forms 4 and 5 to ensure success throughout their secondary education. - 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 - Comprehensive grammar and 'word store' boxes to teach the mechanics of language - A matching chart to show how each unit delivers regional syllabus objectives A free Teacher's Guide is also available, including suggestions on lesson plans, extended exercises and reinforcement activities. As of January 2015 this and other selected titles for Caribbean schools became part of Hodder Education.

About the Author

Orville Aimey was a teacher in Barbados for over 40 years both at Primary and Secondary level, during which time he was Head of the Department of English at Deighton Griffith Secondary School. He spent three years as an Education Officer in Language Arts in the Ministry of Education, Barbados before becoming a tutor in English and Communication at Barbados Community College. Orville holds a B.A (Hons.) in English, History, Sociology and economics from the University of the West Indies and an M.Ed. in Curriculum Planning and Instruction from Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, U.S.A. He is also a Fellow of the Organization of American States (OAS). Amaral Soyer has 19 years teaching experience and presently teaches at Harrison College, Barbados. She holds a B.A in English, Linguistics and Education, and a Diploma in Education with a distinction in the Practice of Education. Samuel Soyer has 21 years teaching experience and currently works at Erdiston Teachers, Training College, Barbados and is a part-time tutor and facilitator for poetry workshops at the Cave Hill Campus, University of the West Indies. Samuel holds a B.A in Special English from the University of the West Indies and MA in teaching from Union College, New York. He is the author of several study guides on literature

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Contains Paperback and CD-ROM
240 pages


Amaral Soyer, Samuel Soyer, Aimey Orville, George Francis
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Publication date

24th January 2008



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