Creating a Nation: Jamaica 9789766380113

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June Cezair Wallace Gloria V. Robinson This modern social history of Jamaica for the junior secondary level is based on the National History Curriculum developed by the Jamaica History Teachers Association. Using a concept-based thematic approach rather than a purely chronological approach, th ...Read more



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  • June Cezair Wallace
  • Gloria V. Robinson

This modern social history of Jamaica for the junior secondary level is based on the National History Curriculum developed by the Jamaica History Teachers Association. Using a concept-based thematic approach rather than a purely chronological approach, the text traces the social history of Jamaica from the arrival of the Tainos to Independence.

Special emphasis is placed on concepts important to the historian as well as research methods for collecting historical data. There is a rich variety of source materials, visual stimuli as well as student-centred activities to develop investigative and analytical skills.


Key Features:

  • A variety of source materials
  • Student-centred activities which develop investigative and analytical skills.


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  • Visual stimuli such as illustrations, maps and photographs to reinforce text.
  • Illustrations, maps and photographs

 

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