Secondary Social Studies: The Bahamas
$19.95

Secondary Social Studies: The Bahamas

By John Berryman
US$ 19.95
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Book Description

This third edition of Secondary Social Studies: The Bahamas has been updated to take into account recent changes in The Bahamas. The changing political scene and the democratic heritage of The Bahamas are covered, along with the cultural advances and sporting achievements of Bahamians in the 21st Century. This well-established text is an indispensable requirement for all Bahamian Social Studies students.

Important features of this new edition include:

• New full-colour design to help students engage with the content
• Activities and exercises designed to allow students to explore topics for themselves, as well as reinforcing concepts introduced in the text
• Opportunities for small-group work and class discussions
• A large number of colour illustrations of the local environment and local figures, covering all of the Bahamian family islands, enhancing and supporting the text and helping students to identify with the content
• Clear, simple language to assist students’ understanding of the topics
• Full coverage of syllabus attainment targets, objectives, concepts and skills
• New appendices, an expanded reading list and an index

John Berryman is an experienced Social Studies teacher and published author. He served as Head of Social Studies at HO Nash High School in New Providence, where he taught for 13 years. He has been Chief Examiner in both Social Studies and Religious Studies for the Bahamas Junior Certificate, as well as Secretary-General of the Bahamas Union of Teachers. He now teaches Advanced Level and GCSE History, Religion, Philosophy and Ethics in the United Kingdom.

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Table of Contents
  • Cover
  • Title Page
  • Copyright
  • Dedication
  • Contents
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgements
  • Section 1
    • Introducing maps
  • Section 2
    • The environment of The Bahamas
  • Section 3
    • Land use and economy
  • Section 4
    • An introduction to Bahamian history
  • Section 5
    • Bahamian culture and life
  • Section 6
    • Bahamian government
  • Section 7
    • The wider world
  • Section 8
    • Regional studies
  • Appendices
    • Appendix A: A sketch to demonstrate the inter-relationship of the disciplines which comprise social studies
    • Appendix B: Governors-General of The Bahamas, 1973–present
    • Appendix C: Heads of government of The Bahamas, 1955–present
    • Appendix D: British monarchs since 1625
    • Appendix E: Governors of The Bahamas, 1648–1973
  • Reading list
  • Index
  • Back Cover
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