Hodder Education Caribbean History: Freedom and Change

Hodder Education Caribbean History: Freedom and Change

By John T Gilmore; Beryl Allen; Dian McCallum; Romila Ramdeen; Ricardo Kerr
US$ 15.99
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Book Description

Provide students with a solid foundation in Caribbean history and encourage social studies skills, with an active approach to the study of social history for Lower Secondary.

- Ensure full coverage with content spanning history from ancient civilisations to more recent 21st Century events.
- Prepare students for studies at CSEC level with a solid grounding in Caribbean history.
- Provide practice in many different skill areas with activities, including 'What would you do?' problem solving activities.
- Encourage students to compare and contrast past events with more recent ones with 'Then and Now' feature.
- Inspire interest with relevant archaeological information from the region as well as career options related to the subject as part of the 'Did you know?' feature.
- Reinforce learning and test knowledge through comprehensive revision questions.

Table of Contents
  • Cover
  • Book title
  • Copyright
  • Contents
  • 1 The Industrial Revolution
  • 2 A Time of Revolutions
  • 3 The Truth Shall Set You Free
  • 4 ‘Pity for Poor Africans’
  • 5 The Slaves Take Action
  • 6 The Apprenticeship Period
  • 7 New Arrivals
  • 8 The Indian Contribution
  • 9 Religions That Came From Outside
  • 10 Folk Religions in the Caribbean
  • 11 New Crops, New Hopes
  • 12 Developing Natural Resources
  • 13 The Limits of Freedom
  • 14 Repression and Rebellion
  • 15 The Darkness Before the Dawn
  • 16 World War I and World War II
  • 17 Towards Federation and Independence
  • 18 Haiti: Instability and Poverty
  • 19 Cuba: From Independence to Revolution
  • 20 Jamaica since the 1960s
  • 21 Trinidad and Tobago since the 1960s
  • 22 Guyana and Barbados since the 1960s
  • 23 The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States
  • 24 The Grenada Revolution
  • 25 Belize and The Bahamas since the 1960s
  • 26 Transport and Communications
  • 27 Visitors to our Shores
  • 28 Sporting Success
  • 29 Caribbean Music
  • 30 The Power of the Word
  • 31 All the World’s a Stage
  • 32 Guardians of our Heritage
  • Revision Exercises
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