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Caribbean Primary Mathematics, the most popular maths course in the region, has been updated to meet the needs of the modern classroom delivering today's curricula. * Clear progreesion through graded Pupil Books developing skills from initial concepts through to end-of-primary-school examinations. * Encourages pupils to explore mathematics through practical hands-on activities. * Develops problem-solving skills and helps pupils connect mathematics to the real world. * Tracks progree through clear and continuous assessment. * Reinforces learning with extra practice in Workbooks for Levels 3-6. * Brings ICT to life with engaging activities on a CD-Rom for every level. * Teacher suppost at every level with a comprehensive Teacher's Guide suggesting lesson plans and teaching strategies. The authors of Caribbean Primary Mathematics have a wealth of experience in primary mathematics teaching and curriculum development. They are drawn from a wide range of Caribbean countries to enure that the materials offer best possible fit for all pupils.
Through a comprehensive selection of classic and contemporary interdisciplinary readings, <i>Perspectives on the Caribbean: A Reader in Culture, History and Representation</i> presents a variety of viewpoints to further our understanding of life and culture in the Caribbean: <ul> <li> <div>Highlights the major concepts and debates in the anthropology and history of the Caribbean, including its unique Anglo, French, and Hispanic communities</div> <li> <div>Provides  multidisciplinary perspectives on Caribbean society that show the connections between its vibrant cultural forms, political economy, and tumultuous history</div> <li> <div>Features section introductions that put readings in context, with lists of additional suggested readings for further study</div> <li> <div>Offers an overview of the strong traditions of art, literature, music, dance, and architecture in the Caribbean</div> <li> <div>Outlines the key research in Caribbean studies from history, anthropology, sociology, linguistics, and folklore, examining classic ethnographies as well as new scholarship</div> </ul>
This book is the first of a series of volumes of original fiction about animals and plants that behave like people, given the opportunity and the circumstances. Instincts and nature combine to weave stories that are interesting and appropriate for pre-teens to adults. Given the author's academic background in the sciences, practical experience in medicine, human behavior and nature conservancy and pure imagination, these stories are both informative and amusing. Though largely set in the Caribbean region, the themes can be applied to life anywhere on the planet.
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