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Resources for Primary & Secondary Schools in the Caribbean

Academic Year 2017 - 2018

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Macmillan Caribbean

Supporting students and educators across the Caribbean

Our books

Our eBooks

As one of the world’s leading publishers of educational books for the Caribbean, we publish Caribbean-specific teaching and learning resources for all subjects across pre-primary, primary and secondary levels.

On the Macmillan Caribbean eBooks website you’ll find a huge collection of eBooks for all levels, from primary and secondary textbooks to best-sellers from our general books list.

Our online bookstore: www.macmillan-caribbean.com

Our online eBookstore: www.macmillancaribbeanebooks.com

Putting teachers at the heart of what we do Teacher Training

Free Teaching Resources We provide thousands of free teaching resources including lesson plans, worksheets and activities, in an easy-to-use print out format.

We work with local agents, authors and Ministry of Education subject officers to organise teacher training sessions throughout the year. If you are interested in learning more about our courses, get in touch! Email us: caribbean@macmillan.com

Visit our online bookstore for all our teacher’s resources: www.macmillan-caribbean.com

Look out for this sign throughout the catalogue.

FREE TEACHER RESOURCES ONLINE

Supporting CXC® Syllabuses CXC Revision Resources and Past Papers We help to prepare students for CSEC and CAPE exams Print editions are available from with our range of learning and revision resources. www.macmillan-caribbean.com, and digital editions from the CXC Store.

CXC Store Our CXC Store is the only online resource for the Caribbean where you can access all the official CXC exam material such as past papers and syllabuses in digital format. In addition, there is an abundance of free material, including syllabuses, specimen papers, subject reports and mark schemes. For details of how pupils, teachers and institutions can benefit from the CXC Store, see pages 62 – 65. Visit www.cxc-store.com to find out more

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Contents Top Picks

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Pre-Primary

6 - 11

Primary

12 - 31

Secondary

32 - 72

Lower Secondary

32 - 43

CSEC Examinations

44 - 55

CSEC Revision Resources

56 - 65

CAPE Examinations

66 - 72

Palgrave Higher Education

73 - 75

Technical and Vocational

76 - 79

Literature

80 - 85

Supplementary Resources

86 - 95

Professional Development

96 - 97

Index

98 - 99

Key NEW

Recently or soon to be published

FREE TEACHER RESOURCES ONLINE

Access to printable extra material including worksheets

FREE TEACHER’S BOOKS ONLINE

Downloadable Teacher’s Books that can be printed or saved

eBOOK AVAILABLE

Access to a digital version of the print Student’s Book

AUDIO CD AVAILABLE

Audio recordings for use offline

CD -ROM AVAILABLE

Video, audio and games for student use offline

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Highlights for 2017 – 2018


Note from the Publisher Welcome to the 2017-2018 Caribbean catalogue. We’ve got some exciting new titles launching this year and we’re delighted to be able to showcase them to you in our new catalogue. For the primary level, we have a brand new interactive, skills-based social studies course, Primary Social Studies for the Caribbean. This four-level course, covering levels 3-6, focuses on the goals of social understanding and civic efficacy. We also have our recently published primary science course Mission: Science; which has enquiry-based learning at its heart and is packed with local, practical examples and activities. Moving onto secondary, Integrated Science for CSEC® Examinations is now in its third edition, and later in 2017 we’ll be adding more subjects to our updated suite of Worked Solutions for CSEC® Examinations. In 2018, we’ll be refreshing some of our CSEC® texts with a brand new book for Social Studies and a new edition of English Matters for CSEC® Examinations. From a digital perspective the CXC® Store (www.cxc-store.com) continues to go from strength to strength, and we’re delighted that we now have over 30,000 registered users accessing the official CXC® past papers, syllabuses and subject reports. Our eBook portfolio is also expanding, with new titles now published simultaneously in print and e-format. Remember to have a look at what’s available to download as an eBook at www.macmillancaribbeanebooks.com. Later this year we’ll be re-launching our dedicated Caribbean website, www.macmillan-caribbean.com, with a new look, improved navigation and information on all our products, including an array of free teacher resource material. Make sure you’re following us on Facebook and Twitter to ensure that you don’t miss the launch! Finally, we’d like to say a big thank you to our talented team of authors, contributors and advisors, who make of all of our publishing possible, ensuring that we produce relevant and engaging resources for you and your students.

Nicola Langford Nicola Langford Caribbean Sales Manager

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Top Picks for 2017 - 2018 Grade 1

Infant 2

Ages 5-6

Mission: Science

Mission: Science is an exciting new Primary Science course with a comprehensive real-life enquiry driven approach.

Primary Science for the Caribbean

Key features:

A skills-based, student-centred approach encourages students’ critical thinking and problem-solving skills throughout Hands-on activities provide pupils with opportunities to learn using practical and easily accessible materials ‘Real World Science’ case studies bring science to life to inspire the next generation of Caribbean scientists and engineers Encourages students to take their learning of science out of the classroom and into the real world

Primary Science for the Caribbean

Nurtures early interest in STEM by investigating natural and engineered environments

Full coverage of the OECS curriculum

Teacher’s Guide

Student’s eBook

Level K

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Level 1

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Level 2

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Level 3

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Student’s Book

9781380000477

Workbook

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Pre-Primary

Primary

Secondary, Lower Secondary

Early Birds Colouring Books

Mission: Science

Dime 2nd Edition

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Page 14

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Secondary, CSEC, Revision Resources

Secondary, CAPE

Secondary, CSEC

Integrated Science for CSEC® Examinations, 3rd Edition Page 47

Worked Solutions Page 61

Management of Business for CAPE® Examinations Page 72

Technical & Vocational

Literature

Supplementary Resources

The Motivate Series

Macmillan Study Companion, Poetry for the CSEC® English B Examination Page 81

Macmillan Caribbean Junior Atlas 3rd Edition

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Top Pick Early Birds Colouring Books XXXX

An eye-catching set of colouring books which stimulate children’s creative skills and motor development in a fun and enjoyable way. Page 8

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Early Birds Karen Bryant-Mole Early Birds provides comprehensive coverage of the reading, writing and numeracy concepts fundamental to Early Childhood learning. The nine workbooks support a hands-on, experience-based approach to learning, encouraging children to become active learners. They are designed for use both in the classroom and at home, and promote parental involvement in children’s learning.

Key features: •• Activities that meet the requirements and follow the sequence of the curriculum •• Contents pages that cross-reference the workbooks to the curriculum •• A ‘talking teacher’ character who supports learning and encourages vocabulary building

About the advisors: Dr Rebecca Tortello (Former Senior Advisor to the Hon. Minister of Education, Jamaica) • Dr Rose Davies (Head, Institute of Education, UWI & Curriculum Co-ordinator) • Winnifred Whittaker and Judith Wilson (Lecturers, St Joseph’s Teachers’ College, Kingston) • Danielle Griffiths-Chin and Kerese Chamberlain (Principal and Class Teacher (Vouch Sylvia Foote Basic School, Kingston), Cynthia Campbell (Early Childhood Co-ordinator, PGA Academy Prep School, Portmore)

EARLY BIRDS

Reading Skills

Writing Skills

Numeracy Skills

Age 3

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Age 4

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Age 5

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Early Birds Colouring Books

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Karen Bryant-Mole The Early Birds Colouring Books are a fun way to help children develop motor skills and hand-eye coordination.

Key features: •• Increases concentration •• Stimulates creativity •• Introduces commonly used words and objects •• Improves speaking and listening skills through a discussion of the pictures •• Includes an ‘About’ section offering advice for teachers and parents •• Allows children to express ideas

EARLY BIRDS COLOURING BOOKS

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Age 3-5 ABC

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Age 3-5 Animals

9780230481756

Age 3-5 Food

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Learning Stars

FREE TEACHER RESOURCES ONLINE

AUDIO CD AVAILABLE

PRE-PRIMARY

Jeanne Perrett & Jill Leighton Developing early literacy and numeracy skills is central to this high-level course with a strong emphasis on phonics, letter and number recognition and formation. Stories, drama and role-plays encourage the development of natural, communicative language while memorable songs, chants and jingles grab your learners’ attention and serve as a guided class management tool. A supportive Teacher’s Book Pack and a projectable Learning Stars Digibook combine with teacher icons in the Student’s Book preparing and guiding you from one activity to another.

Key features: •• Animated handwriting tool encourages early literacy •• Projectable Digibook livens up lessons •• Enjoyable class management tools incorporated into vibrant lesson plans •• Easy-learning systematic phonics strand builds reading confidence •• Lively songs, chants and jingles inspire students •• Optional Maths Book (Levels 1 and 2) follows the same topics as the Pupil’s Book •• Pupil’s CD-ROM means parents can share in their child’s learning at home

About the authors: Jeanne Perrett has over thirty years’ experience in the language teaching sector and has significant experience in teaching children and training teachers. Jill Leighton is a Phonics specialist and an experienced teacher trainer.

For more information and to download samples, visit: www.macmillanyounglearners.com

LEARNING STARS

Pupil’s Book Pack

Activity Book

Starter (Little Learning Stars)

Pupil’s Book + Activity Book

Teacher’s Book Pack

9780230455856

9780230455863

Level 1

9780230455696

9780230455702

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Level 2

9780230455788

9780230455795

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LEARNING STARS

Maths Book

Classic Audio CD

Starter (Little Learning Stars)

Puppet (All Levels)

9780230455870

Level 1

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Level 2

9780230455764

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Flashcards (Starter Level Only) 9780230455887

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Cheeky Monkey

CD -ROM AVAILABLE

Kathryn Harper & Claire Medwell

Cheeky Monkey is a three-level course for very young children. The central character is Cheeky Monkey, a lively and fun-loving monkey who gets involved in all kinds of adventures and community-focused activities.

The Cheeky Monkey puppet and the stories and songs on the multi-ROM help young children relate Cheeky’s adventures to their own lives and experiences.

•• Bring a new dynamic to stories with the Story Cards and Puppet

•• Make learning fun with action rhymes, songs, stories and games for the classroom or at home

•• Simple Total Physical Response (TPR) methodology

CHEEKY MONKEY

Hello Cheeky

Cheeky Monkey 1

Cheeky Monkey 2

Pupil's Book Pack

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9780230011427

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Busy Books

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Teacher’s Notes

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Class Audio CDs

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Macmillan English Handwriting PRE-PRIMARY

Little Writers and Young Writers - Louis Fidge Macmillan English Handwriting provides a comprehensive writing programme leading to a natural and fluent handwriting style. The six levels of Macmillan English Handwriting take children from basic letter shapes to writing sentences. It can be used to supplement any primary course.

Little Writers A

Little Writers B

Little Writers C

Young Writers 1

Young Writers 2

Young Writers 3

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Hello Jojo Naomi Simmons One level for children aged 2½ - 4 Hello Jojo develops a love of learning English through motivating games, stories and songs for very young learners. It is ideal for children who are not yet reading or writing. It can be used as preparation for children going on to use You and Me Levels 1 and 2, or independently as a one-year pre-primary course. Pupil’s Book

Activity Book 1

Activity Book 2

Flashcards

Sticker Pack

Teacher’s Book

9780230727809

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9780230727823

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9780230727793

You and Me

AUDIO CD AVAILABLE

Naomi Simmons Two levels for children aged 4-5 You and Me presents language through topics which reflect the world of pre-school children. It is a fully-integrated course with an extensive phonics, reading, writing and numeracy programme.

YOU AND ME

Pupil’s Book

Activity Book

Numbers Book

Audio-CDs x2/x3

Flashcards

Poster Pack

Teacher’s Book

Level 1

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Level 2

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Top Pick Mission: Science

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This new primary science course places real-life scientific enquiry at its heart. It includes local examples and practical activities to help students develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills in every lesson. Page 14 Primary Science Ages 5-6

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Ages 5-6

Terry Hudson and Deborah Roberts

Science is an exciting new Primary Science course with ehensive real-life enquiry driven approach. Mission: Science is an exciting

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Watch your students’ interest go into orbit with Mission: Science!

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Primary Science for the Caribbean

Primary Science for the Caribbean

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Mission: Science

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Ages 4-5

Mission: Science

Mission: Science is an exciting new Primary Science course with a comprehensive real-life enquiry driven approach.

•• Hands-on activities provide pupils with opportunities to learn using practical and easily accessible materials

Primary Science for the Caribbean

Key features:

A skills-based, student-centred approach encourages students’ critical thinking and problem-solving skills throughout Hands-on activities provide pupils with opportunities to learn using practical and easily accessible materials

•• Full coverage of the OECS curriculum ‘Real World Science’ case studies bring science to life to inspire the next generation of Caribbean scientists and engineers Encourages students to take their learning of science out of the classroom and into the real world

Primary Science for the Caribbean

Nurtures early interest in STEM by investigating natural and engineered environments

Full coverage of the OECS curriculum

Teacher’s Guide

Student’s eBook

9781380000408

9781380000415

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Level 1

9781786325631

9781380000422

9781380000439

Level 2

9781786325648

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Level 3

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Student’s Book

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Level 4

9781380000491

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A peek inside Mission: Science! PRIMARY

Extra practice: Cross referencing of the corresponding Workbook indicates that a topic is supported by extra activities to help expand students’ learning

Learn and do: Research activities provide students with an opportunity to deepen their learning by allowing them to gather and process new information and articulate new knowledge

Think and share:

Real-life links:

Assessing students with short tests can help to review and improve learning

These questions encourage deeper thinking and critical analysis. Discussing in pairs or groups allows children to engage and build confidence in speaking out loud

Real stories and interesting facts are scattered throughout the course to help stimulate discussion and bring each topic to life

Mission: Science for Jamaica Primary Science for the National Standards Curriculum Grade 4

Standard 3

a comprehensive real-life enquiry driven approach.

Nurtures early interest in STEM by investigating natural and engineered environments A skills-based, student-centred approach encourages students’ critical thinking and problem-solving skills throughout Hands-on activities provide pupils with opportunities to learn using practical and easily accessible materials

‘Real World Science’ case studies bring science to life to inspire the next generation of Jamaican scientists and engineers Encourages students to take their learning of science out of the classroom and into the real world

Key features:

Covering the National Standards Curriculum fully, Mission: Science ensures that students have the best possible foundation to cultivate good learning processes and attitudes alongside developing deeper scientific knowledge.

•• ‘Real World Science’ case studies bring science to life to inspire the next generation of Jamaican scientists and engineers

Primary Science for the National Standards Curriculum

Primary Science for the Nationa Standards Curriculum

features: A brand new Primary science course, Key offering complete coverage of the National Standards Curriculum. Mission: Science for Jamaica gives students the best possible foundation to cultivate good learning processes and attitudes alongside developing deeper scientific knowledge.

Mission: Science

Mission: Science is an exciting new Primary Science course with

eBOOK AVAILABLE

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Ages 8-9

SCIENCE

Assessing progress:

Course components:

Workbook

Teacher’s Guide

Student’s eBook

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Level 6

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Level 6

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Bright Ideas

FREE TEACHER RESOURCES ONLINE

FREE TEACHER’S BOOKS ONLINE

CD -ROM AVAILABLE

David and Penny Glover Bright Ideas promotes a modern, student-centred approach to science learning using colourful and engaging content.

Key features: •• Interactive CD-ROMs support learning in the classroom and at home. Each CD-ROM includes over 100 practice activities, as well as simulated experiments •• Workbooks are available for each level. The content is structured in lesson-sized topics clearly linking to the Student’s Books •• FREE Teacher’s Books with background information, teaching notes and support for remedial and extension activities

Advisors:

SCIENCE

Fortuna Anthony • Pamela Hunte • Nelson Longsworth • Eulie Mantock • Frank Newton • Ryan Mongroo • Doltan Ramsubeik • Motielall Singh • Dwight Steadford

BRIGHT IDEAS

Student’s Book & CD Rom

Workbook

Level K (no CD)

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Level 1

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Level 2

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Level 3

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Level 4

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Level 5

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Level 6 (Common Entrance Level)

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Bright Ideas Jamaica

FREE TEACHER RESOURCES ONLINE

eBOOK AVAILABLE

David and Penny Glover Bright Ideas Jamaica has been created specifically for the Jamaican upper primary science curriculum, through a close collaboration between experienced Jamaican teachers and primary science specialists.

Key features: •• Accompanying interactive CD-ROMs allow students to develop their understanding in the classroom and at home using games and experiments •• Workbooks are structured in lesson-sized topics and clearly link to the Student’s Books. Includes extra assessment material

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Student’s Book & CD Rom Pack

Workbook

Grade 4

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Grade 5

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Grade 6

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PRIMARY

Bright Sparks Second Edition Laurie Sealy and Sandra Moore Written in line with the latest primary curriculum requirements, Bright Sparks Second Edition is an exciting mathematics course offering varied activities to keep students motivated.

Key features: •• Interactive CD-ROMs (with Student’s Books 1-6) provide multiple opportunities to reinforce skills and learning in a new, fun way •• Workbooks at the lower levels offer a wide range of learning to fit Early Childhood Education needs •• Student’s Books at the reception level (KA and KB) match the curriculum and provide practice for young learners •• Scope and Sequence charts for each level provide an overview of the skills being learnt and can be used to check syllabus coverage at any stage

MATHEMATICS

•• Summary notes for each unit with a multiple-choice unit test and a self-check chart provide quick reference points for teachers and promote learner independence •• Caribbean-based word problems and visuals allow students to learn mathematics in a natural context

A FREE online Teacher’s Guide for each level is available to download at www.macmillan-caribbean.com Sample lesson plans •• S •• Answers to the exercises in the Student’s Books •• Extension activities •• A variety of games and activities

BRIGHT SPARKS 2ND EDITION

Student’s Book

KA

9780230401068

KB

9780230401075

Student's Book & CD Rom Pack

WorkBook

Level 1

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Level 2

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Level 3

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Level 4

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Level 5

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Level 6

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PRIMARY LANGUAGE ARTS

Language Tree Second Edition

FREE TEACHER RESOURCES ONLINE

Leonie Bennett and Julia Sander The new edition of Language Tree provides an exciting programme of activities which develops the key skills of reading, speaking and listening, language, word work

and writing while allowing them to be taught in an integrated way.

Key features:

See the mango tree and the children grow from one book to the next

•• Clear signposting highlights the skills being taught and which syllabus objectives are being met, encouraging learners to pay attention to essential information •• Cross referencing of the corresponding Workbook allows teachers to expand the practice of key skills •• A skills index at the back of every book allows teachers to easily search and find specific skills for lesson building •• A colour-coded scope and sequence chart offers easy navigation •• On-the-page teachers’ notes provide extra support when planning •• Reinforces teaching of comprehension and writing with writing checklists and writing process steps •• The new-style Workbooks are organised by topic to reinforce the skills introduced in the Student’s Books, and feature even more practice

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“We asked teachers what they loved about Language Tree and how we could make it even better. Then we combined the best features with new ones, such as a skills-based approach to comprehension, with more focused grammar teaching and Workbooks which are more clearly organised and have more practice exercises.”

LANGUAGE TREE 2ND EDITION

Student’s Book

Workbook

Level K

9780230473775

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Level 1

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Level 2

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Level 3

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Level 4

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Level 5

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9780230481527


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Language Tree (First Edition)

FREE TEACHER RESOURCES ONLINE

FREE TEACHER’S BOOKS ONLINE

PRIMARY

Through relevant and exciting stories, and enjoyable and thought-provoking exercises, this best-selling first edition Language Tree course builds students’ love of reading and learning.

Key features: •• Covers elements of the syllabus for your country •• Practice of listening, speaking, reading, writing, thinking and observation skills •• Plenty of reading practice and comprehension skills with many different types of texts •• Workbooks reinforce the skills and concepts taught in the Student’s Books and include lots of exercises to practise specific skills

Student’s Book

Workbook

LANGUAGE ARTS

LANGUAGE TREE Level KA

9781405062909

Level KB

9781405069946

Level K

9781405062848

Level 1

9781405062855

Level 2

9781405062862

9781405062916 9781405062923

Level 3

9781405062879

9781405062930

Level 4

9781405062886

9781405062947

Level 5

9781405062893

9781405062954

Level 6

9781405065146

9781405065153

Language Tree Reading Scheme

eBOOK AVAILABLE

Leonie Bennett Using the popular design and format of the Language Tree series, the Readers and their corresponding Workbooks are designed to be used independently from the rest of the series for students who would benefit from extra reading and practice.

Key features: •• Strong phonic element •• Slow start with lots of repetition and regular assessment •• Caribbean content, including traditional songs and rhymes •• Incorporates material which appeals to boys especially in the junior years •• Suitable to use in conjunction with any primary Language Arts course LANGUAGE TREE READING SCHEME

Reader

Workbook

Level KA

9780230406469

9780230412286

Level KB

9780230412293

9780230412279

Level 1A

9780230412330

9780230412309

Level 1B

9780230412323

9780230412316

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Language Tree Jamaica

FREE TEACHER RESOURCES ONLINE

eBOOK AVAILABLE

Leonie Bennett and Julia Sander Ideal for children working in the classroom or independently at home, Language Tree Jamaica covers all aspects of the Jamaican primary curriculum.

Key features: •• Includes Jamaica-specific content to help children relate to what they are learning •• Places a strong focus on the development of independent writing •• Each unit is packed with a variety of exercises to help make learning fun •• Offers clear and simple explanations for children learning grammar, punctuation, spelling and language skills •• Each Workbook can be used as a stand-alone resource or as part of any language arts series on the market

LANGUAGE ARTS

•• Workbook 4 includes a practice test for the Grade 4 Literacy test and Workbooks 5 and 6 include practice tests for GSAT English

LANGUAGE TREE JAMAICA

Student's Book

Workbook

Grade 4

9780230424968

9780230449336

Grade 5

9780230449367

9780230449374

Grade 6

9780230449404

9780230449411

Step by Step to Reading Using Phonics June Mitchelmore Step by Step to Reading Using Phonics for the Caribbean is an exciting series designed especially for students beginning to read. The books have a strong phonics base and can be used at any age, from kindergarten to adult learners.

Key features: •• Includes games and other activities to make learning fun •• Includes a variety of methods for teaching reading •• Contains teaching notes on how each page can best be used •• Includes a reading assessment and spelling tests which may be copied for use in school or at home

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Book 1 - Reading Readiness

Book 2 - Consonant and short vowel sounds

Book 3 - Blends and long vowel sounds

Book 4 - Using all the sounds

9780333594735

9780333600252

9780333600269

9780333614105


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Can Do

FREE TEACHER RESOURCES ONLINE

PRIMARY

Can Do is a comprehensive Primary Language Arts course developed by the Curriculum and Materials Development Unit of the Saint Lucia Ministry of Education.

eBOOK AVAILABLE

Level K Student’s Book includes reading units and review units with engaging activities, teacher notes at the bottom of each page and a Word List. Levels 1-6 Student’s Books provide guided listening and speaking activities, reading texts including poems, stories and letters, and grammar, spelling and vocabulary exercises and tips. Write-in Workbooks are provided for each level. Level K covers phonics, writing and Language Arts skills, supporting the Student’s Book. Levels 1-6 provide teaching objectives for each page, practice exercises following the Student’s Book units and include lively artwork.

Key features:

LANGUAGE ARTS

•• Follows an integrated approach offering full coverage of the OECS curriculum •• Each unit covers speaking, listening, reading and writing skills •• A detailed scope and sequence chart provides clear instructions for the year’s lessons •• Regular review chapters help teachers evaluate each individual’s progress •• A variety of full colour photographs, illustrations, graphs, charts and diagrams interest young learners and aid understanding

CAN DO

Student’s Book

WorkBook

Level K

9780230481091

9780230481107

Level 1

9780230481114

9780230481121

Level 2

9780230481138

9780230481145

Level 3

9780230481152

9780230481169

Level 4

9780230481176

9780230481183

Level 5

9780230481190

9780230481206

Level 6

9780230470309

9780230481213

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Caribbean Primary Language Arts Project Thoroughly revised by teams of experienced, practising Primary School teachers and officers of the St Lucia Ministry of Education, Caribbean Primary Language Arts Project offers a complete graded development of Language Arts Skills. Closely linked to the St Lucia Language Arts Curriculum, the series draws from the everyday lives of children, using the people, objects and scenes in the immediate environment to engage and stimulate learners. The series caters for each grade level from Kindergarten to Grade 6.

Full-colour Activity Books

LANGUAGE ARTS

These contain a wealth of challenging and interesting activities for children to complete in their exercise books. The activities encourage cooperative learning and skills of record keeping.

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Comprehensive Workbooks The fill-in Workbooks allow the teacher and care-givers to assess the progress of individual children. When children have completed all the exercises, the completed Workbooks form an excellent record and reference for future grades.

Full-colour Readers With lively Caribbean stories, these also include lists of new words and, at the higher levels, comprehension exercises and additional activities.

CARIBBEAN PRIMANRY LANGUAGE ARTS PROJECT

Activity Book

Workbook

Reader

Grade K

9781405027502

9781405027519

9780333773741

Grade 1

9781405027526

9781405027533

9780333773758

Grade 2

9781405027540

9781405027557

9780333773765

Grade 3

9781405027427

9781405027434

9780333773772

Grade 4

9781405027441

9781405027458

9780333773789

Grade 5

9781405027465

9781405027472

9780333773796

Grade 6

9781405027489

9781405027496

9780333773802


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NEW

FREE TEACHER RESOURCES ONLINE

FREE TEACHER’S BOOKS ONLINE

eBOOK AVAILABLE

PRIMARY

Primary Social Studies for the Caribbean Lucy Carman and Deborah Jenkins Primary Social Studies for the Caribbean is a perfect fit for schools looking for an interactive, skills-based course with full syllabus coverage. This four-level course focuses on the goals of social understanding and civic efficacy, helping teachers to equip their students to be socially responsible and active Caribbean citizens. Fully matching the OECS Primary Social Studies curriculum, the course can be used in conjunction with the Barbados and Dominica syllabus.

Key features: •• Up-to-date and authentic information about the Eastern Caribbean and the wider world •• Cross-curricula teaching and a skills and activity-based approach to learning

SOCIAL STUDIES

•• Stimulating and varied materials, including case studies, information boxes, tables, maps, diagrams, charts, cartoons and photographs •• A wide variety of activities and stimulus questions, designed to encourage students to discuss and explore topics for themselves •• Opportunities for group work, class discussions, practical and creative activities, fieldwork and projects, as well as individual exercises based on the text •• Full Teacher’s Guides available free as downloadable resources. These guides explain how to teach Social Studies in an enquiry-based, skills-focused manner, which ensures that key facts are retained and practiced via exam-style questions so students are adequately prepared from an early age

About the authors: Lead Authors Lucy Carman and Deborah Jenkins are experienced primary educators, aided by a pan-Caribbean team of educators from Dominica, Grenada, St Vincent and Barbados.

SECTION 1: Culture and Heritage

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SECTION 1: Culture and Heritage

Diffe rent grou ps and how they cam e Ke y dss orrd Wo W

Early settlers in the Caribbean

Learning objectives When I have finished this unit, I will be able to:

ethnic – the group or

race that somebody belongs to race – the group of people you come from culture – the beliefs and behaviours of your race; the history, art, literature and entertainment of a people or place descended – the group of people you come from who lived a long time ago ancestors – the people you are related to who lived a long time ago

• recognise ethnic, cultural and racial groups in my country • identify early groups of people who came to my country and explain why and how they came • name historical sites and buildings in my country.

If you look around when you’re in a market place or perhaps your school, you will see lots of different ethnic groups. Your ethnic group is the race and culture of people that you are descended from. Different ethnic groups have different physical characteristics. For example, people from hot places have dark skin to help protect them from the sun. People from cooler countries have paler skin. There are also differences in people’s hair texture, eye colour and eye shape depending on what part of the world they or their ancestors are from. As well as looking different, people may believe different things and live differently depending on their cultural group.

Wh at hav e you lea rnt ? Can I recognise different ethnic groups in my country?

EUROPE

AFRICA

Ethnic, cultural and racial differences

Activity 1 A class has 24 children: 18 of these children are AfroCaribbean, two are European, one is Amerindian and the rest are Asian. Create a bar graph to show this.

ASIA

NORTH AMERICA

Lots of different types of people live in the Caribbean.

Caribbean people come from African, Amerindian, American, Asian and European ethnic groups. The largest ethnic group is Afro-Caribbean. The Amerindians were the first ethnic group to settle in the Caribbean. The three main Amerindian groups were the Arawaks (or Taino), the Caribs and the Ciboney. The Caribs were a fierce race of people and, during the 1300s, killed many of the Arawaks. Today, only a few Amerindians remain in the Caribbean. They live mainly in St. Kitts and Nevis, Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, St. Lucia, Grenada and St. Vincent. Recently, people from the Middle East have begun to settle in the Caribbean.

SOUTH AMERICA

N W

E S

0

3000

Key 6000 km

Amerindians

Europeans

Asians–India

Americans

Africans

Asians–China

Journeys of early settlers to the Caribbean.

Look at the map. This shows where different early settlers to the Caribbean came from and what countries they settled in. The scale shows the distance between different places on the map. The scale line on the map is three centimetres long. In real life that represents 6000 kilometres.

Activity 2 Using the map, identify: • where early settlers to your country came from • how far these settlers travelled • which group of settlers travelled furthest.

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PRIMARY SOCIAL STUDIES FOR THE CARIBBEAN

Student’s Book

Teacher’s Book

Level 3

9781786327284

9781786328090

Level 4

9781380001535

9781380001566

Level 5

9781380001542

9781786328106

Level 6

9781380001559

9781380001573

Country-specific workbooks are available for Dominica, Grenada, and St. Vincent and the Grenadines, allowing children to soak up information about their own island via hands-on activities. These can be used both independently and alongside the other books in the Primary Social Studies for the Caribbean series.

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COUNTRY–SPECIFIC TITLES

Workbook

Primary Social Studies for the Caribbean: Dominica

9781380001580

Primary Social Studies for the Caribbean: Grenada

9781380001597

Primary Social Studies for the Caribbean: St. Vincent and the Grenadines

9781380001603

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PRIMARY SOCIAL STUDIES

Caribbean Social Studies

FREE TEACHER RESOURCES ONLINE

Mike Morrissey Caribbean Social Studies is an innovative six-level course for primary and all-age schools. Each book includes a variety of social studies activities and colour illustrations and photographs throughout.

Book 1 (Age 4-5)

Book 2 (Age 5-6)

Book 3 (Age 6-7)

Book 5 (Age 9-10)

9780333536148

9780333536155

9780333536162

9780333544174

Book 4 (Age 8-9) Belize

9780333573921

Book 4 (Age 8-9) Dominica

Book 4 (Age 8-9) Grenada 2e

Book 4 (Age 8-9) St Kitts

9780333578162

9780333747261

9780333950890

Belize Primary Social Studies

Book 4 (Age 8-9) St Vincent & the Grenadines 9780333544273

FREE TEACHER RESOURCES ONLINE

This course has been written specifically for the Belize Primary Social Studies curriculum and syllabus.

Key features: •• Up-to-date information about Belize and the wider world •• A skills and activity-based approach to learning •• A wide variety of activities and questions to encourage students to discuss and explore topics •• Opportunities for group work, class discussions and practical activities •• Stimulating and varied text and illustration materials, including case studies, tables, maps, diagrams, charts, cartoons and photographs

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BELIZE SOCIAL STUDIES

Student's Book

Workbook

Teacher's Book

Infant 1

9780230033856

9780230039308

9780230039315

Infant 2

9780230033863

9780230718197

9780230718203

Level 1

9780230033870

9780230718159

9780230718166

Level 2

9780230031142

9780230039322

9780230039339

Level 3

9780230031159

9780230718173

9780230718180

Level 4

9780230031166

9780230718111

9780230718128

Level 5

9780230033887

9780230718135

9780230718142

Level 6

9780230033894

9780230039346

9780230039353


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NEW

FREE TEACHER’S BOOKS ONLINE eBOOK AVAILABLE

Eulie Mantock, Trineta Fendall and Clare Eastland Thoroughly revised to deliver full coverage of the National Standards Curriculum for Social Studies, this new edition of Jamaica Primary Social Studies harnesses a student-centred approach to fully prepare students for their Primary Exit Profile examination.

PRIMARY

Jamaica Primary Social Studies

Key features: •• Focus questions and objectives at the start of each unit aid thinking and learning skills and the understanding of Jamaican heritage and culture •• Skills-based group work activities develop communication skills required for active, confident, productive and participatory citizenship and develop Jamaican identity •• Wide-ranging case studies and fact boxes relate students’ learning to ‘real world’ issues

SOCIAL STUDIES

•• ICT objectives are addressed through a variety of stimulating activities •• Regular research tasks, stimulus questions and extension activities encourage independent learning and promote enquiry and research •• End of unit summaries and multiple choice questions provide regular opportunities for revision and exam practice.

About the authors: Authors Eulie Mantock and Trineta Fendall are experienced Jamaican primary teachers and writers. Eulie’s students have achieved excellent examination results, obtaining top awards and government scholarships. Author and series editor, Clare Eastland, is an experienced Social Studies teacher, trainer and writer.

JAMAICA PRIMARY SOCIAL STUDIES

Student’s Book

Workbook

Grade 4

9781380008510

9781380019035

Grade 5

9781380008527

9781380019042

Grade 6

9781380008534

9781380019059

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PRIMARY PRIMARY

Health and Family Life Education

FREE TEACHER RESOURCES ONLINE

FREE TEACHER’S BOOKS ONLINE

eBOOK AVAILABLE

Series Editor: Clare Eastland

Key features:

Based on the CARICOM Regional Curriculum Framework, each level has students participating in active learning tasks set around the four CARICOM themes; Self and Interpersonal Relationships, Sexuality and Sexual Health, Appropriate Eating and Fitness, and Managing the Environment.

•• Interactive, discussion and personal reflection activities help children to build positive values, and develop and practise life skills

Developed by Caribbean experts, this is an essential course for the primary classroom which encourages children to build a better understanding of themselves and the world they live in.

•• Case studies, mini stories and illustrations help children to integrate new knowledge into their own experiences and become more aware of the world around them •• Playful parrot and crab characters are ideal for capturing the attention of young children •• Colourful illustrations and photos bring each topic to life •• Can be used to support HFLE lessons, form groups, after school clubs, and guidance and counselling lessons

About the authors: The author and advisory team includes experienced Caribbean HFLE teachers and educators including professional writers, teacher trainers, curriculum developers, guidance counsellors and Ministry HFLE Co-ordinators.

HFLE

The Teacher’s Guides are a valuable addition offering expert advice and extra information on teaching life skills, as well as suggestions on using participatory learning in class with notes for each theme and unit.

Full range of Student's and Activity Books A1 posters for the classroom

FREE Teacher's Guides online www.macmillan-caribbean.com

Self and Interpersonal Relationships

Activity In pairs 1 What things do you and your friend like to do? 2 Take turns to tell your partner why you like him or her.

Self-awareness skills What am I good at?

• Know my feelings. • What causes my feelings? • How do my feelings cause me to behave?

What do I enjoy doing?

Reflection What do I like about myself?

Level K – Level 6 Student’s Book • Activity Book • Teacher’s Guide

I S B N 978-0-230-49058-1

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eBooks available at www.macmillancaribbeanebooks.com

@MacCaribbean

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PRIMARY HFLE

Activity Book

Level K

Level 1

9780230431744

9780230431737

9780230492202

Level 2

9780230431768

9780230431751

9780230492219

Level 3

9780230431782

9780230431775

9780230492226

Level 4

9780230431812

9780230431805

9780230492233

Level 5

9780230431836

9780230431829

9780230492240

Level 6

9780230431850

9780230431843

9780230492257

Student's Book 9780230406490

Teacher’s Guides 9780230492196


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Macmillan Primary Integrated Studies

FREE TEACHER RESOURCES ONLINE

PRIMARY

Margaret Bailey, June Blythe-Livingston, Maureen Byfield, Beverley Dinnall and Winnifred Whittaker The Macmillan Primary Integrated Studies series has been developed by a team of primary school teachers in Jamaica and comprises English, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies. Young children are introduced to the key features of all four elements in an integrated form at Grades 1, 2 and 3 in order for them to progress to more concentrated studies at Grades 4, 5 and 6.

Key features: •• Integrated approach through Grades 1-3 •• Attractive, student-friendly format •• Separate write-in Workbooks

INTEGRATED STUDIES

•• Structured Teacher’s Books at each Grade give real support in delivering the course

MACMILLAN PRIMARY INTEGRATED STUDIES

Student's Book Term 1

Student's Book Term 2

Student's Book Term 3

Workbook Term 1

Workbook Term 2

Workbook Term 3

Teacher’s Book

Grade 1

All About Me 9781405007375

My Family 9781405059701

My School 9781405059718

All About Me 9781405023795

My Family 9781405059725

My School 9781405059732

9781405007405

Grade 2

My Body 9781405007382

Living Together 9781405059749

My Community 9781405059756

My Body 9781405023801

Living Together 9781405059763

My Community 9781405059770

9781405007412

Grade 3

How Does My Body Work 9781405007399

Culture 9781405059787

My Environment 9781405059794

How Does My Body Work 9781405023818

Culture 9781405059800

My Environment 9781405059817

9781405007429

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Grade 4 Practice Books These easy-to-use practice test books are designed to help children prepare for their Grade 4 Literacy and Numeracy tests. A ‘Focus’ section highlights key concepts and topics covered in the syllabus, followed by a ‘Practice Papers’ section, which includes exam-style practice tests. Illustrations, tables and charts support challenging areas and answers are provided. Literacy

Numeracy

9780230427396

9780230723054

Let’s Pass: Progress Tests for the Caribbean

EXAMINATION PRACTICE

Let’s Pass provides thorough practice for students preparing for the Common Entrance exam and valuable revision and reinforcement for the first two years of secondary school. English

Mathematics

Science

Social Studies

9780333558430

9780333594551

9780333552124

9780333582480

Macmillan Grade Six Revision Topics and Achievement Tests for Jamaica This series is aimed at Grade 6 students preparing to take their final examinations before moving up to secondary school. The subject content combines Grades 4, 5 and 6 of the Jamaican primary curriculum. English 2nd Edition

Mathematics 2nd Edition

Science 2nd Edition

Social Studies

9780230407329

9780230407312

9780230407336

9780333956755

Multiple-Choice Tests for Belize Multiple-Choice Tests for Belize prepares primary students for the Belize National Examination. It consists of a number of multiple-choice questions, representing all levels of difficulty and grouped according to topic. There is also a sample test at the end of the book.

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English Language

Mathematics

Science

Social Studies

9780333745618

9780333950982

9780333950975

9780333671580


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Once Below a Time: Bahamian Stories Edited by Telcine Turner

PRIMARY

Short stories and poems written by students of the College of The Bahamas for young readers of approximately 7-10 years old. 9780333458358

Anansi the Spider Man Philip M. Sherlock Anansi the Spider Man is a legend told by storytellers and parents throughout the world! Includes fifteen Jamaican folk tales, illustrated with over fifty black and white drawings. 9780333353264

eBOOK AVAILABLE

STORY BOOKS

Legend of the St Ann’s Flood Debbie Jacob No one ever knew the cause of the deadly flood that hit St Ann’s, Trinidad in 1993. Until one day, a frightened boy named Jabari came stumbling out of the St Ann’s hills with a legend given to him by Papa Bois, the king of the forest. Rescued from the clutches of Mama Dlo, the anaconda who is queen of the rivers, Jabari was given the task of telling people the real story of the flood. 9781405028288

Reggae Readers

FREE TEACHER RESOURCES ONLINE

Reggae Readers contain lively stories and non-fiction texts designed to stimulate imagination, motivate young readers and reinforce moral values. REGGAE READERS

Student's Pack

Workbook

Level 1

9780230725621

9780230026124

Level 2

9780230725638

9780230026186

Level 3

9780230725645

9780230026247

FREE TEACHER’S BOOKS ONLINE eBOOK AVAILABLE

READERS

Louis Fidge

AUDIO CD AVAILABLE

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PRIMARY

Macmillan English Explorers Promote social values, such as friendship and respect and help your students to develop reading skills through this eight-level reading scheme based on L1 methodology. Thanks to the cross-curricular content at higher levels, these Readers can easily be combined with other school subjects. The series is complemented by a four-level phonics scheme called Macmillan Explorers Phonics.

Key Features: •• Teacher’s Notes that support structured whole-class teaching with page-by-page lesson notes •• Workbooks and wordcards (included in the Teacher’s Notes) that reinforce word-recognition skills •• Worksheets for each title that are easily accessible via the website •• Colourful books with beautiful illustrations to hold your students’ attention •• Popular stories retold at your students’ own reading level •• Free audio downloads for use in the classroom and at home

READERS

Find the full list of ISBNs on page 91.

Macmillan Explorers Phonics Teach your students how to blend sounds to read words, and segment the sounds in the words in order to spell them accurately. The phonics focus is set within the context of a story to ensure that reading for meaning is retained. Use these Readers alongside any primary course. Macmillan Explorers Phonics complements the first four levels of the Macmillan English Explorers.

Key Features: •• A systematic, clearly defined and structured progression of phonics teaching, supported by the existing Phonics Workbooks from the Macmillan English Explorers series •• Detailed Teacher’s Notes show you how to focus on letters and sounds to support pronunciation, reading and spelling •• Popular and familiar characters from the Macmillan English Explorers series reappear in this series •• Free audio downloads for use in the classroom and at home

Find the full list of ISBNs on page 91.

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To introduce fiction and non-fiction titles into your classroom, Macmillan Children’s Readers are an excellent choice. Each Reader includes a factual section, followed by a fictional story. This topic-based six-level series reinforces the basic structures and vocabulary found in most primary courses and will appeal to boys and girls equally.

PRIMARY

Macmillan Children’s Readers

Key Features: •• The picture dictionary (or bilingual dictionary) and activity pages included at the back of each reader provide material for more inclass use •• Full audio, worksheets and Teacher’s Notes are available to download from the Macmillan Young Learners website •• The accompanying audio gives students a chance to listen to the stories while they read them, helping to develop reading skills and word recognition •• The drama section on the Macmillan Young Learners website includes activities to inspire you and your students to act out the stories that they’ve read

Find the full list of ISBNs on page 90.

READERS

Macmillan Factual Readers A perfect match for extensive reading within a CLIL context, including topics from science, geography, history and the natural world. The series uses clear and precise natural language with careful language progression over six levels. Your learners build confidence and fluency in their reading ability as well as enhancing their knowledge of other subjects.

Key Features: •• Full audio, exercises and Teacher’s Notes are available to download from the Macmillan Young Learners website •• All Readers include a glossary with explanations of key vocabulary •• The Readers are beautifully designed and have striking full-colour images

The plus symbol (+) highlights the increased level of challenging language compared to a standard reader.

Find the full list of ISBNs on page 90.

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Top Pick Secondary

Dime 2nd Edition

Lower Secondary

This detailed three-level course is sensitively tailored for those learning Spanish for a Latin American context. It is packed full of exercises, grammatical reviews, and tips to enable students to succeed in Spanish from lower secondary all the way up to the CSEC examination. Page 36

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LOWER SECONDARY

English Matters

FREE TEACHER RESOURCES ONLINE

FREE TEACHER’S BOOKS ONLINE

AUDIO CD AVAILABLE

Julia Sander English Matters provides thorough preparation for lower secondary and CSEC examinations.

Key features: •• A lively task-based approach with lots of activities •• A range of stimulating listening and speaking tasks •• Comprehension questions at different levels •• Thorough coverage of grammar •• Step-by-step guidance on developing writing skills

ENGLISH

English Matters for CSEC® Examinations also available. See page 46 ENGLISH MATTERS

Student’s Book

Workbook

Grade 7

9780230023642

9780230023673

Grade 8

9780230023659

9780230023680

Grade 9

9780230023666

9780230023697

English Matters for Jamaica

FREE TEACHER RESOURCES ONLINE

eBOOK AVAILABLE

Julia Sander English Matters for Jamaica is a comprehensive three-level series for Grades 7, 8 and 9. The Student’s Books are supported by detailed Teacher’s Books comprising graded lesson plans and extension and supplementary ideas for both high-fliers and slower learners. Workbooks provide additional exploration of key points and space for students to practise their creative writing, while audio downloads are available for listening practice.

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Student’s Book

Workbook

Teacher’s Book

Grade 7

9780230429130

9780230437579

9780230437586

Grade 8

9780230437616

9780230437623

9780230437630

Grade 9

9780230437661

9780230437678

9780230437685

AUDIO CD AVAILABLE


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eBOOK AVAILABLE

LOWER SECONDARY

Maths Matters Geoff Buckwell & Robert Solomon Maths Matters is a comprehensive four-level series for Caribbean students, which provides thorough preparation for lower secondary and CSEC examinations. The books are designed to be relevant to modern daily life and the experiences of students while retaining knowledge of traditional methods and practices.

Key features: •• Thorough coverage of national syllabuses shown in Scope and Sequence charts •• A clear exposition of methods through worked examples •• Revision material where relevant •• A carefully graded approach for all abilities •• Activities throughout that encourage a practical approach to learning •• Navigation of each unit made simple with key skills, summaries and indexes •• Glossaries that cover all important terms

This course has been written through a close collaboration between the authors Geoff Buckwell and Robert Solomon and experienced Caribbean teachers and Mathematics specialists: Debbie Brown; Jacqueline Chung; Gem McCleary; Karyl ChanTack Jones; Sheralyn Pottinger; and Clare Williams.

MATHEMATICS

About the authors:

Maths Matters for CSEC® Examinations also available. See page 46

MATHS

MATHS

MATTERS

MATTERS

Teacher’s Book 2

Teacher’s Book

Macmillan Mathematics for the Caribbean

Maths Matters is a comprehensive four-level series for Caribbean students, providing thorough preparation for lower secondary and CSEC® examinations. The Teacher’s Books contain: • Lesson objectives • Examples of key concepts in a Caribbean context • Key definitions and vocabulary • Suggested extension activities for each topic • A list of resources needed to teach each lesson • Answers to the Student’s Book and Workbook questions

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The Maths Matters series:

A FREE online Teacher’s Guide for each level is available to download at www.macmillan-caribbean.com

Full-colour Student’s Book

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Series Editor: Jeannette Allsopp The Dime series has been written specifically for Caribbean secondary schools by a team of highly experienced Spanish teachers. It deals with the regional practicalities of learning Spanish for a Latin American context and provides a comprehensive foundation for students at the lower secondary levels up to and including those sitting Spanish at CSEC level.

Key features: •• Covers all the topics and requirements included in the latest CSEC Spanish syllabus •• Provides a range of exercises to assist students in practising the items required in the examination

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About the authors: Malva J. Lewis • Yolanda E. Nelson-Springer •Erskine Padmore • Sally Seetahal-Mohammed

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Gerard Drakes, Christopher Graham, Mavis Fuller and Barbara Jenkins This course is designed to equip secondary students for success in the real world with life skills. Reflecting the CARICOM Regional Curriculum Framework, Secondary HFLE also takes into account national syllabuses, such as those from Jamaica, Belize and Trinidad.

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Health and Family Life Education meets the challenges facing Caribbean societies today, and covers sensitive and relevant topics such as HIV and AIDS, violence, health and the environment. The course can be used within dedicated HFLE subject lessons or more flexibly when HFLE is integrated within other subjects, form groups, guidance and counselling lessons or after-school clubs.

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Religious Education

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Lower Secondary Religious Education is a three-level course that focuses on the history of the six major religions in the Caribbean: Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, Islam, Rastafari Movement and Revivalism. Each book covers all six religions and is categorised into three distinct sections focusing on different aspects of religion. A range of activities, Caribbean-specific case studies and examples, chapter summaries, an end-of-year test and a glossary are all included.

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About the authors: Tessa Bernard (Jamaica) • Liam Gearon (UK) Jill Morris (UK) • Kenneth Runcie (Jamaica) Colinnet Wiltshire-Brown (Jamaica)

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Home Economics

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This comprehensive Home Economics course for lower secondary schools has a distinct focus on Caribbean foods and Caribbean lifestyles. The texts offer a definitive treatment of Foods, Clothing and Textiles and Home Management. Each text contains objectives and activities for each unit, making them ideal for use at school or at home.

Key features: •• Photographs and drawings to aid understanding of each topic •• Emphasises student participation •• Contains a wide variety of recipes, many using local produce •• Suggestions for “things to do” both in the classroom and at home appear at regular intervals •• Each book builds on and extends the work covered in the previous volume •• At the end of the third book, material for CXC examination practice is also provided

About the authors: Rita Dyer and Norma Maynard have been teaching Home Economics for over twenty years at the primary, secondary and tertiary levels. They are actively involved with curriculum development and teacher training in Home Economics on their home island of St Lucia.

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Integrated Science for Jamaica 3rd Edition

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Workeley Brathwaite and Tania Chung-Harris This popular and established course has been completely revised and updated in this third edition. Packed with a variety of classroom activities and review questions throughout to consolidate independent learning. A wide range of fun, interactive activities and resources are available for students to practise challenging topics online at www.macmillan-caribbean.com/mee

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Workeley Brathwaite has extensive experience in teaching science at both school and university. He has served on various curriculum development and examination teams, including the Caribbean Examinations Council and London University. Tania Chung-Harris has been actively involved in science education for many years, in Jamaica, Barbados and the Cayman Islands. Based on Macmillan Education’s bestselling Integrated Science for Jamaica series, three brand new titles have been created to cater for students studying the sciences separately at Grade 9.

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Social Studies for Jamaica Social Studies for Jamaica has been written specially to cover the Jamaican R.O.S.E. syllabus for Grades 7 to 9. An examination-type end-of-year test is included to help with revision and examination practice.

Key features: •• Stimulating and varied activities, drawing from diagrams, drama and dialogue, verse and songs, newspaper extracts and advertisements •• Clear learning objectives at the start of each chapter to aid planning •• Reviews, short answer and multiple choice questions at the end of each unit •• An examination-type End-of-Year test to help with revision and examination practice

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The authors are experienced Jamaican secondary school teachers, and bring a wealth of experience to this project, having between them worked as Education Officers for the Ministry of Education, Youth and Culture, acted as External Examiners, and have been involved in training teachers in Social Studies and Geography.

Series Editor: Patrick Facey The two books in this series cover the knowledge, skills and techniques required for resource and technology. Book 1 is for Grades 7 and 8 and Book 2 is for Grade 9.

About the authors: Patrick Facey has played a key role in the development and implementation of this subject in Jamaican schools. The rest of the author team is made up of practicing teachers. Each teacher is experienced in teaching the module they have written. Subject officers responsible for the modules from the Ministry of Education and teacher trainers have acted as consultants throughout the development of the books.

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Linda Atwaroo-Ali and Reeya Maharaj This series has been written by practising local teachers for Forms 1 - 3. It includes questions at the end of each book to help prepare for the National Certificate of Secondary Education. Book 1

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My Self, My World

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Anthony Luengo and Clare Eastland

The three texts in the series offer a variety of opportunities to students for individual study and group work through a combination of informative narrative and numerous creative and skill-building activities.

Student’s Book 1 covers all themes, topics, content and Specific Learning Outcomes of the revised interim Social Sciences curriculum (2014) for Trinidad and Tobago

New component Student’s Book 2 has been newly updated to cover all themes, topics, content and Specific Learning Outcomes of the revised interim Social Sciences curriculum (2016) for Trinidad and Tobago

Key features: • Covers all themes, topics, content and Specific Learning Outcomes of the Social Studies curriculum (2008) for Trinidad and Tobago. • Provides Key Questions at the beginning of each chapter to trigger students’ interest and thinking. • Features activities and exercises, such as Checkpoints to ensure comprehension of content, Thinking Creatively and Critically to encourage analysis, application, synthesis and evaluation, and Wrap Up to summarise learning. • Highlights key terms and concepts throughout and explains these in the text and glossary. • Includes visuals such as photographs, maps, charts, and timelines. • Provides a Skills Tool Kit for the development of specific skills including social and interpersonal skills, communication skills, enquiry and research skills, information-processing skills, and creating and working with visual aids. • End of chapter reviews.

Anthony Luengo graduated from St. Mary’s College, Trinidad. He has taught at the University of the West Indies in Trinidad and Barbados and is an experienced writer, teacher and publishing consultant.

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My Self, My World STUDENT’S BOOK 2

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John Berryman Secondary Social Studies: The Bahamas has been revised and updated to take into account recent changes in The Bahamas. The full-colour text covers the changing political scene and the democratic heritage of The Bahamas, as well as cultural advances and sporting achievements in the 21st Century, and is an essential resource for secondary school students studying Social Studies in the Bahamas.

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Secondary Social Studies: The Bahamas, 3rd Edition

About the author: John Berryman is an experienced Social Studies teacher and published author. He has served as Head of Social Studies at HO Nash High School in New Providence, Chief Examiner in both Social Studies and Religious Studies for the Bahamas Junior Certificate, and Secretary-General of the Bahamas Union of Teachers.

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Neil Sealey & Chris Curry with Pat Rahming (Book 3) This series has been especially designed to meet the requirements of the latest Bahamas Junior Certificate (BJC) syllabus for Social Studies. Book 1 outlines the origins of civilisation around the world and includes The Bahamas in the overall picture. Book 2 builds on the foundations established in Book 1 and equips the student with the necessary tools for more advanced studies. Book 3 brings to a natural conclusion these topics completing the course for students studying for The Bahamas Junior Certificate.

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Julia Sander This new edition fully corresponds to the revised CXC English A syllabus (2015). Throughout it has been revised to take into account all amends to the syllabus and feedback from practising teachers.

ENGLISH AND MATHS

Key features •

Offers objectives at the start of the chapters corresponding with the syllabus, and syllabus key terms are explained throughout

Wide variety of sample texts and illustrations that also include advertising material, graphs, tables and comic strips

Each chapter contains ICT tasks, interactive and group work, extracts and Caribbean examples, references, oral skills practice, summary writing practice and grammar practice

The new SBA chapter as well as the regular SBA feature throughout the book to enable practice of key skills required for completion of SBA

More multiple choice questions to test comprehension

Exam practices at the end of each chapter with answers provided

Offers activities focusing on understanding descriptive writing, and provides sample compositions to help students gain practice and confidence

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Advisors: Sandra Thomas (Grenada) • Jaishreet Ramlagan (Guyana) • Caprece McCleary (Jamaica) • Nacene Thomas (Jamaica) • Jodey-Ann Falconer (Jamaica) • Jillian George-Douglas (Trinidad & Tobago)

English Matters for CSEC® Examinations Julia Sander English Matters for CSEC® Examinations is designed specifically for Caribbean students and provides thorough preparation for CSEC examinations.

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The Student's Book includes examination-style practice tests for each unit and includes a complete set of model CSEC practice papers and sample annotated essays for each task type.

Advisors: Leonie Bennett (UK) • Alice Castillo (Belize) • Rachelle Clarke (Jamaica) • Godfrey Fisher (Jamaica) • Rafer Gordon (St Lucia) • Andrea Hitchener (Jamaica) • Jannine Horsford (Trinidad and Tobago) • Dian Maheia (Belize) • Pauline Millar (Barbados) • Veronica Simon (St Lucia) • Sharon Thorpe (Jamaica)

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Geoff Buckwell and Robert Solomon Maths Matters for CSEC® Examinations provides thorough preparation for CSEC examinations. Designed to be relevant to modern daily life and the experiences of students while retaining knowledge of traditional methods and practices.

Advisors: Debbie Brown (Campion College, Jamaica) • Jacqueline Chung (The Queen’s School, Jamaica) • Gem McCleary (Holy Childhood High, Jamaica) • Karyl Chan-Tack Jones (St. Joseph’s Convent, Trinidad) • Sheralyn Pottinger (Meadowbrook High, Jamaica) • Clare Williams (Queen’s College, Barbados)

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Key features: •• Regular consolidation such as in-text questions and exam preparation checks understanding and reinforces learning •• Practical activities and experiments help to build and refine students’ critical thinking and problemsolving skills while strengthening teamwork and organisation abilities •• Did You Know? boxes scattered throughout the course encourage further research beyond the lesson

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Earth’s Place in the Universe

Earth’s Place in the Universe

What type of force is experienced between objects? How does the mass of the object affect the gravitational pull? Why do planets revolve around the Sun? What is the name given to the force that keeps the planet in a circular path?

centripetal force❯

Did you know? The time taken for the Earth to make one complete rotation about its axis is called a period. On Earth this is called a day which is 24 hours. daylight❯ night❯

ITQ5 Explain how daylight and night occurs on Earth.

How do planets stay in orbit?

After 1976, the missions to Mars paused for about 17 years. However by 1996 there was the development of rovers, such as the Sojourn, which roamed the surface of the planet and collected samples and other invaluable data about the planet’s geological make-up and environmental conditions. These mobile rovers have documented many features and events happening on the surface through photographs and videos, which are transmitted back to base on Earth. Some facts found out about Mars during the many explorations include that: its gravitational pull is about one-third that of Earth’s; its atmosphere is mainly carbon dioxide with a small amount of water vapour, nitrogen and argon; it has two moons; and its surface temperature gets as low as –63°C.

All objects have a gravitational force that attracts them to each other. When objects come in close proximity to each other the gravitational force of attraction exerted on each other increases. Also, the object with the larger mass will exert a greater gravitational pull on the objects close to it. In the solar system, the Sun has the largest mass of all the objects. Therefore, it exerts a greater gravitational pull on the planets and all other bodies in the solar system. This gravitational pull on the planets towards the Sun, which is at the centre of the elliptical path, is called the centripetal force. The centripetal force keeps the planets in orbit around the Sun; otherwise they would travel in a straight line. The same occurs when smaller objects, such as satellites, orbit a larger planet. The planet’s gravity pulls the satellite towards the centre keeping it in orbit.

Day and night On Earth, we experience changes from daylight toUmbra darkness during the time it takes the Earth to make one complete rotation on its axis. This occurrence is linked to the rotation of the Earth on its axis while it orbits the Sun. Figure 15.8 illustrates that the side of the Earth facing the Sun will experience daylight while a shadow is cast on the other side which is called night. However, as the Earth spins on its axis, the side exposed to the sunlight constantly changes, causing a shift from darkness to daylight within one complete rotation. Most countries around the world experience a change between night to daylight within a day. However, countries or landmasses located at the Earth’s poles, North and South poles, do not experience this change within a day. This is so because the Earth is tilted on its axis by about 23 degrees. As a result the Sun rises and sets only once a year at the poles. Usually they experience six months of daylight and six months of darkness.

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The Earth spins on its axis. It makes one complete revolution in 24 hours. As the Earth spins the surface of the Earth that faces the Sun will experience daylight and the side away from the Sun will experience night

Earth orbits the Sun as it spins on its axis

Figure 15.16 NASA’s Mars Polar Lander on the surface of the planet.

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When it is night in the Caribbean, it is daylight in other countries on the other side of the world such as Greece, Germany and the countries in the Middle East.

Earth’s axis – An imaginary line around which the Earth rotates while it orbits the Sun.

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• Figure 15.8 Changes from daylight to night.

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• The Moon is a natural satellite of the Earth. • Artificial satellites are used for monitoring, research and surveillance. • Polar satellites are launched closer to Earth and used for monitoring the Earth’s surface. • Geostationary satellites are launched further away from the Earth’s surface and they travel at the same speed at which the Earth spins on its axis. • Geostationary satellites are used in communications (telephone, radio, television, internet etc). • Skylab launched in 1973 was the USA’s first space station. It operated for six years. • Space labs conduct scientific and medical research. • The International Space Station (ISS) is a joint project of USA, Russia, Japan, Canada and the European Union. • The ISS has been in operation since 1998 and is still in operation today. It was built part by part in space and is the largest artificial satellite of Earth. • Gravity pulls objects towards the Earth. • A satellite must be launched at the right height and speed to remain in orbit. • If the speed of a satellite is too low, it will crash into the Earth. • If the satellite speed is too fast, it will either move to a higher orbit or escape into space. • An object in free fall only experiences the force of gravity acting on it. • Mars exploration occurred in three phases: flybys, orbiters, and landers and rovers.

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A galaxy is a collection of stars, gas and dust. Earth is in the galaxy called the Milky Way. Stars are huge balls of burning gas. The Sun is a star. Stars appear to twinkle because of atmospheric turbulence. There are eight planets in our solar system – Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune. Pluto has been reclassified as a dwarf planet due to its small size. Planets orbit the Sun in an elliptical path. Mercury, Venus, Earth and Mars are examples of terrestrial planets. They are mainly composed of silicate rocks and iron. Terrestrial planets are closer to the Sun while gas giants are further away from the Sun. Planets further away from the Sun have a longer orbit period. The gravitational pull of the Sun is greater than all other bodies in the solar system because the Sun has the greater mass. Daylight and nighttime occur due to the Earth spinning on its axis. A solar eclipse happens when the Sun, Moon and Earth are aligned in this order. The Moon blocks the sunlight reaching to parts of the Earth. A lunar eclipse occurs when the Sun, Earth and Moon are aligned in this order. The Earth blocks the sunlight reaching the Moon. A lunar eclipse is only possible during a full moon phase. Rockets are used to propel spacecraft into space. Satellites are smaller objects that orbit a larger one.

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Biology, Chemistry & Physics for CSEC® Examinations, 3rd Edition

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Caribbean Artists Movement (CAM)

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V.S. Naipaul (1932–)

Naipaul was born in Trinidad in 1932 as the grandson of an indentured labourer, but has been domiciled in the UK for many years and now holds British citizenship. He left Trinidad for the UK in 1950 to study at Oxford University on a government scholarship and ended up making his life abroad. He used his experiences as a young migrant in Oxford, and subsequently in London, as background for many of his most important novels, including Miguel Street, and built the famous A House for Mr Biswas around the experiences of his father as an Indian second-generation migrant in Trinidad. As well as writing novels, he is also a travel writer, including The Middle Passage, based on travels around the Caribbean in 1960– 1961 at the invitation of Eric Williams, prime minister of Trinidad and Tobago. He also visited India in 1962, where he wrote An Area of Darkness, and spent time in Uganda as writer-in-residence at Makerere University in the capital, Kampala, where he completed The Mimic Men. Over a career spanning more than 50 years, Naipaul has published over 30 books. He won a Nobel Prize for literature in 2001. The Nobel committee praised his work ‘for having united perceptive narrative and incorruptible scrutiny in works that compel us to see the presence of suppressed histories’. He was knighted in 1986. Some writers have criticised Naipaul for coming too close to the colonial world view, but there is no doubting either the quality of his writing or the prestige in which he is held worldwide as someone of Caribbean heritage.

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Definitions of culture abound, and are both contested and complex. But the contribution of the Caribbean to world culture, especially popular culture, has been enormous. This is partly because of the many influences on the development of Caribbean culture, from Africa, Europe and Asia among other regions, arising from the varied origins of our people. It is also because of the size and importance of the Caribbean diaspora in other continents, particularly North America or Europe, where Caribbean culture has entered the mainstream.

Focusing on your own country or territory, or a Caribbean country with which you are familiar, carry out in-depth research on one or more art forms which are particularly associated with it. Some examples you might choose are: ■ high culture such as ballet, western art, literature, drama or classical music; ■ popular dance or song; ■ indigenous or creole art forms such as steelpan; ■ patois or creole poetry; ■ street theatre or mas.

Transnational Circuits. In A. Quayson, & G. Daswani, Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Diaspora and Transnationalism, pp 263–276.

Emrit, R.C. (n.d.). Beryl McBurnie. At http://www.bestoftrinidad.com/profiles/ mcburnie.html, accessed 4 April 2014.

Marshall, P. (1983). Making of a Writer: From the Poets in the Kitchen, New York Times, 9 January 1983. At http://www.nytimes.com/1983/01/09/books/ from-the-poets-in-the-kitchen.html, accessed 7 January 2015.

Greene, O., Jr. (2004). Ethnicity, Modernity and Retention in the Garifuna Punta. Black Music Research Journal, 22(2), 189–216. Kabir, A.J. (2013). The European Salsa Congress: Music and Dance in

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Ford-Smith, H. (2010). Rex Nettleford – Guardian of Our Crossroads. The Gleaner, 10 February. At http://www.jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20100210/ news/news1.html, accessed 4 April 2014. Fig. 7.13 V.S. Naipaul

Anthony Haynes. Here it was proposed that a more formal discussion be held at Patterson’s house in January 1967, and Aubrey Williams was invited to join. At this second meeting the name Caribbean Artists Movement was proposed by Nerys Patterson, and the movement was formally launched in March 1967 at the West Indian Students’ Centre with a symposium on ‘New Directions in West Indian Writing’. CAM quickly developed into something much larger and more important than its founders had envisaged, with members in the diaspora of Africa, North America and other parts of the Commonwealth as well as Europe. Three annual conferences were held between 1967 and 1969, two at the University of Kent, the third jointly with the West Indian Students Union at the West Indian Students Centre. CAM’s heyday was between 1967 and 1972, but its influence continued to be felt in the diaspora for many years afterwards.

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Paddington, B. (1995). Martin Carter: The Poems Man. Caribbean Beat, 13 (Spring). At http://caribbean-beat.com/issue-13/martin-carter-poems-man, accessed 4 April 2014. Weller, T., Washington, S., & Sims, A. (2001). Paule Marshall. Voices from the Gaps. At http://voices.cla.umn.edu/artistpages/marshall_paule.php, accessed 4 April 2014..

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Obligations of the firm to stakeholders The firm’s social responsibilities can span four stakeholders of the business in different ways. These are summarised in Table 2.1. Stakeholders

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Government’s response to social irresponsibility

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The following steps can be taken by governments to deal with businesses that are being socially irresponsible and unethical: Impose taxes to offset the cost to the environment (social cost) Pass legislation limiting noise and other forms of pollution Refuse to give contracts to companies that are unethical or socially irresponsible Impose stiff penalties.

Presently, in most territories, there are some laws preventing businesses from damaging the environment. However, some actions cannot be prevented by the enactment of laws. Therefore businesses are also encouraged to act ethically in their operations. Ethics defines what is right or wrong – or what is moral. It refers to the principles or guidelines that help to inform individuals or groups of individuals of how they should behave. This definition is largely dependent on the norms of society and what is accepted over time. Business ethics refers to the morals or set of standards that are used to guide a business on how it should conduct its affairs. This usually includes written and unwritten codes on how businesses should behave. Some common ethical issues within CARICOM include: The testing of products on animals The use of child labour How employees deal with customers Truthful versus deceptive advertisements.

This is a document issued by the firm, outlining the set of guidelines that will be used to govern the behaviour of management and employees. This code is often based on a set of pre-established standards or principles and usually includes: The firm’s corporate social responsibility statement The relationship that the firm has with its customers and suppliers Environment requirements and unanswered questions Rules on relating to the maintenance of integrity.

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Long-term objectives are general and give the overall direction of the firm in the future Short-term objectives are specific and outline what the firm wants to achieve in a short period of time

A ‘toxic nightmare’ Over 100,000 people on Covory Isle woke up to what is now dubbed a ‘toxic nightmare’. This happened after a cash-rich and powerful multinational chemical producing firm (Chemi-Prod Inc) dumped waste along the coast of the small island. The situation infuriated the residents, who called in the relevant authority to look into the situation. Upon investigation it was found that an entire shipment of highly toxic waste was illegally disposed of along the coast. Further inquiry revealed that the company was faced with a transportation cost that had quadrupled since the agreement was made with the company TranSecure. Rather than face this cost, Chemi-Prod Inc instructed its staff to dump the waste in the most secretive and least costly way. Since the revelation, Chemi-Prod Inc has faced numerous criticisms and threats of lawsuit by environmental agencies and other pressure groups. If the lawsuits were to be successful, the firm could be asked to pay out billions of dollars to settle claims. Questions

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Objectives that are well written should be SMART – that is: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Timely

The hierarchy of objectives outlines the firm’s vision; mission statement; and corporate, strategic, tactical and operational objectives

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1. Describe what made Chemi-Prod Inc’s behaviour (5 marks) unethical. 2. Discuss two (2) ways in which this behaviour could affect the performance of Chemi-Prod Inc in the long (6 marks) run. 3. Why is it important for firms to behave ethically?

Ethics define what is right or wrong, or what is moral A number of firms are becoming more aware of their corporate social responsibilities and some have taken steps to become more socially responsible.

MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS 1. ALL of the following EXCEPT one outline the importance of objectives. Which is it? a. They give the employees a sense of direction as to where the business is going b. They function as a yardstick for tracking an organisation’s performance and progress c. They may be limited and take a long time to be achieved d. They are used in the decision-making process 2. It is said that objectives should be SMART. Which one of the following is NOT a part of this acronym? a. Timely b. Separable c. Measurable d. Realistic

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English Matters for CSEC Examinations, 1st Edition

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English Matters for Jamaica

34

Geography for CSEC® Examinations

54

Grade 4 Practice Books

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Grade 9 Science for Jamaica

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Health and Family Life Education: Secondary

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Hello Jojo

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55

Home Economics: A Caribbean Approach

39

Home Economics for CSEC® Examinations

55

Human and Social Biology for CSEC Examinations

48

Information Technology for CSEC® Examinations

53

Integrated Science for CSEC® Examinations, 3rd Edition

47

Integrated Science for Jamaica

40

Integrated Science for Trinidad and Tobago

42

Jamaica Primary Social Studies

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82

Bahamian Anthology: College of the Bahamas

83

Belize Primary Social Studies

24

Biology for CAPE® Examinations

70

Biology for CSEC® Examinations

48

Biology: Grade 9 Science for Jamaica

40

Blended Learning

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Bright Ideas: Primary Science

16

Bright Ideas Jamaica: Primary Science

16

Bright Sparks 2nd Edition: Primary Mathematics

17

Can Do: Primary Language Arts

21

Caribbean Agricultural Science for CSEC® Examinations

54

Caribbean Primary Language Arts Project

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Caribbean Social Studies

24

Caribbean Studies for CAPE® Examinations

67

Cheeky Monkey

10

Chemistry for CAPE® Examinations

71

Chemistry for CSEC® Examinations

48

Chemistry: Grade 9 Science for Jamaica

40

Children Learning English

97

Climbing Clouds: Stories and Poems from the Bahamas

82

Communication Studies for CAPE Examinations

68

CSEC Social Studies for Caribbean Examinations

50

CSEC® Past Papers

59

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Palgrave Study Skills

73-75

Language Tree Jamaica

20

Palmer, C. Everard Collection

84-85

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71

Language Tree Second Edition

18

Physics for CSEC Examinations

48

Physics: Grade 9 Science for Jamaica

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Learning Stars

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Legend of the St Ann’s Flood

29

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28

Primary Social Studies for the Caribbean

23

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52

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11

Principles of Business for CSEC Examinations, 5th Edtion

51

Macmillan English: Writing Prompt Boxes

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Pure Mathematics for CAPE Examinations

69

Macmillan Grade Six Revision Topics and Achievement Tests for Jamaica

28

Macmillan Primary Integrated Studies

27 Reggae Readers: Primary Integrated Reading Scheme for Jamaica

29

Religious Education

38

Resource and Technology for Jamaica

41

Secondary Social Studies: The Bahamas 3rd Edition

43

Social Sciences (Social Studies) for Trinidad and Tobago

42

Social Studies for CSEC® Examinations, 3rd Edition

50

Social Studies for Bahamian Secondary Schools

43

Social Studies for Jamaica

41

Sociology for CAPE® Examinations

68

Step by Step to Reading Using Phonics

20

Teaching English Grammar

97

Teaching Reading Skills

97

Macmillan Children’s Readers

31, 90

Macmillan English Explorers

30, 91

Macmillan Explorers Phonics

30, 91

Macmillan Factual Readers

31, 90

Macmillan Maths: Problem Solving Boxes Macmillan Readers

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Macmillan Science: Max Science Enquiry Boxes

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Management of Business for CAPE® Examinations

72

Maps and Atlases

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Language Tree First Edition

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Maths Matters

35

Maths Matters for CSEC® Examinations

46

Mission: Science

14

Mission: Science for Jamaica

15

Motivate: Macmillan Texts for Industrial, Vocational and Technical Education

78

Woman Take Two: A play in three acts

83

Multiple-Choice Tests for Belize

28

Workbooks for CSEC® Examinations

58

Worked Solutions for CSEC® Examinations

61

You and Me

11

Office Administration for CSEC® Examinations

52

Once Below a Time: Bahamian Stories

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