Primary Social Studies for Antigua and Barbuda: Student’s Book Grade 3

Primary Social Studies for Antigua and Barbuda: Student’s Book Grade 3

By Anthea S Thomas
US$ 17.99
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Book Description

Collins Antigua Primary Social Studies has been specially written by a local teacher to meet the needs of local schools, teachers and students. The books in this series provide full coverage of the primary social studies syllabus for Antigua and Barbuda, with engaging illustrations and activities to keep students interested and to help them learn. Collins Antigua Primary Social Studies provides everything teachers need for the Antigua and Barbuda social studies syllabus at primary level. This course has been specially developed by an extremely experienced local teacher who truly understands the needs of primary students and how to keep them engaged and interested in learning. It provides a skills-based approach to learning fully set in local contexts to allow students to develop tools and skills for learning and a wider knowledge of their own island and the Caribbeana.

Table of Contents
  • Cover Page
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Contents
  • 1 Reading maps
    • About Antigua and Barbuda
    • Antigua and Barbuda and the Caribbean region
    • Points on a compass
    • The parishes in Antigua
    • Using a legend on a map
    • Physical features in Antigua and Barbuda
    • Historical sites in Antigua and Barbuda
  • 2 Our cultural heritage
    • What is culture?
    • Earliest inhabitants of Antigua
    • Other settlers
    • Ethnic groups and nationalities
    • Local traditions and customs
    • Local dialect
    • Importance of preserving our culture
  • 3 Government and leaders
    • What is a leader?
    • What makes a good leader?
    • Responsibilities of leaders
    • How are leaders chosen?
    • What is a government?
  • 4 The natural environment
    • Types of maps
    • The natural landscape
    • Natural disasters
    • Man-made disasters
    • How can we protect the environment better?
    • Organisations
  • 5 Our communities
    • Population
    • Factors affecting population density
    • Settlements
    • Population distribution
    • Communication
    • Transportation
  • 6 Natural resources
    • Natural resources
    • Renewable resources
    • Non-renewable resources
    • Endangered animals in Antigua and Barbuda
    • Conservation
  • 7 Industries
    • What is ‘industry’?
    • Types of industry
    • Industries in Antigua and Barbuda
    • Links between industries
    • Workers in an industry
  • 8 Trade
    • What is trade?
    • Why countries need to trade
    • Supply and demand
    • Communication and transportation
  • Back Cover
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