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Caribbean History for CSEC

A lively and accessible title for the new syllabus

Author Radica Mahase and Author Kevin Baldeosingh

Suitable for:  CSEC History students

Price:  £20.50

ISBN: 978-0-19-832999-2
Publication date: 19/05/2011
Paperback: 240 pages
Dimensions: 276x219mm

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Description

Caribbean History for CSEC is an accessible and interactive new title covering all the core CSEC topics and themes in one practical volume. Specific focus is on skills development and research guidance to develop students' interest and ability.


Features

  • Comprehensive coverage of the new 2009 CSEC syllabus in one practical volume
  • Lively, classroom-friendly content encourages students to engage with History
  • Wide range of activities including debate and role play suggestions, group work and source analysis
  • Plenty of exam questions at the end of each chapter to practice for the real thing
  • Full coverage and guidance on the School-Based assessment (SBA) on researching and writing an essay

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Table of Contents

Section A
1: The Indigenous peoples and the Europeans
2: The Caribbean economy and slavery
3: Resistance and revolt
Section B
4: The metropolitan movement towards emancipation
5: Adjustments to emancipation 1838-1876

6: The Caribbean economy 1875-1985
Section C
7: The USA in the Caribbean 1776-1985
8: Caribbean political development
9: Caribbean society 1900-1985
10: The School-Based Assessment
Index