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Macmillan Caribbean BOOKS FOR PRIMARY & SECONDARY SCHOOLS www.macmillan-caribbean.com

ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012


Highlights for 2011-2012 from Macmillan Caribbean Choices A Guide for Young People in the Caribbean

Worked Solutions for CSEC® Examinations

Teaching about HIV and AIDS in Caribbean Secondary Schools

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MODEL ANSWERS

Worked Solutions for CSEC®Examinations 2006 –2010

Chemistry GENERAL PROFICIENCY

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Derek McMonagle

Living Health

English Matters Teacher’s Books

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Macmillan Study Companions Poetry for the CSEC® English B Examination Prescribed List for 2012-2017

C. Everard Palmer New editions with supplementary material

See page 75 Maths Matters Macmillan Mathematics for the Caribbean

See pages 46-47 Agricultural Science for CSEC® Examinations

Health and Family Life Education Activity Books & Teacher’s Guide

Activity Book

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Activity Book

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Teacher’s Guide

Activity Book

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Gerard Drakes | Mavis Fuller | Christopher Graham | Barbara Jenkins | Clare Eastland

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See page 61 Caribbean HIV• AIDS Readers

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Science

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Language Arts & Literature

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Language Arts & Literature

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Mathematics

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Mathematics

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Social Studies

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Modern Languages

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Geography

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Business Education

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Health

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Geography

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History

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Social Studies

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Foundation Skills

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Index

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Mathematics

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Science

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Business

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Communication Studies

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Caribbean Studies

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Modern Languages

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Science

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Resource & Technology

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Social Studies

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Science

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Geography

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History

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Social Studies

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Worked Solutions

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Revision Guides

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Wall Maps

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Literacy Development

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Index

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CONTENTS

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Science

Macmillan Caribbean Books for Primary & Secondary Schools 2011-12

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SCIENCE

CARIBBEAN PRIMARY SCIENCE David and Penny Glover This course has been written through a close collaboration between experienced teachers and primary science specialists: Fortuna Anthony (St Lucia) • Pamela Hunte (Barbados) Nelson Longsworth (Belize) • Eulie Mantock (Jamaica) Frank Newton (Dominica) • Ryan Mongroo (Trinidad & Tobago) • Doltan Ramsubeik (Trinidad & Tobago) Motielall Singh (St Lucia) • Dwight Steadford (Jamaica)

Bright Ideas is a new science course for all students in Caribbean primary schools. Developed to fulfil the requirements of primary science curricula throughout the region, the Student’s Books and supporting materials promote a modern, student-centred approach to science learning. There are seven full-colour Student’s Books from Kindergarten level to the final year of primary school.

SUPPORTING MATERIALS Workbooks to complement the Student’s Books are available for each level of the course. The content is structured in lesson-sized topics clearly linked to the Student’s Books. Separate Teacher’s Books, with background information, teaching notes and support for remedial and extension activities for each level of the course. A wide range ge of FREE downloadable teacher’s resources esources are available from the Macmillan acmillan Caribbean website, including cluding worksheets, lesson planss and videos.

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Scientific ideas supported by a variety of lively and entertaining exercises

Content structured in lesson sized topics with clearly stated objectives

Carefully planned balance of writing, drawing, labelling, sequencing and other exercises

Review exercises and end of unit tests

Graded language appropriate to student’s reading age

Wide variety of paper-and-pencil exercises, discussion topics and suggestions for group work to promote interactive learning

High quality illustrations and photographs

SCIENCE

Caribbean contexts and issues examined in depth

Extensive glossary to develop student’s scientific vocabulary

Activities to develop a scientific vocabulary

STUDENT’S BOOKS

WORKBOOKS

TEACHER’S BOOKS

Student’s Book K St

Workbook K

Teacher’s Book K

(Ages 4-5) (Ag

(Ages 4-5)

88pp | 9780230410763

104pp | 9781405095983 104

48pp | 9781405097390

Student’s Book 1 St

Workbook 1

(Ages 5-6) (Ag

(Ages 5-6)

112pp | 9781405095990 112

48pp | 9781405097406

Student’s Book 2 St

Workbook 2

(Ages 6-7) (Ag

(Ages 6-7)

Teacher’s Book 3

136pp | 9781405096003 136

48pp | 9781405097413

120pp | 9781405096119

Student’s Book 3 St

Workbook 3

Teacher’s Book 4

(Ages 7-8) (Ag

(Ages 7-8)

120pp | 9780230410770

160pp | 9781405096010

56pp | 9781405096058

Student’s Book 4

Workbook 4

(Ages 8-9)

(Ages 8-9)

168pp | 9781405096027

72pp | 9781405096065

Student’s Book 5

Workbook 5

(Ages 9-10)

(Ages 9-10)

160pp | 9781405096034

64pp | 9781405096072

Student’s Book 6

Workbook 6

(Common Entrance Level)

(Common Entrance Level)

192pp | 9781405096041

72pp | 9781405096089

Teacher’s Book 1 96pp | 9781405096096

Teacher’s Book 2 104pp | 9781405096102

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Teacher’s Book 5 120pp | 9780230410787

Teacher’s Book 6 128pp | 9780230410794

LESSON PLANS

ANSWER SHEETS

VIDEOS

W WORKSHEETS

SOUND FILES

All Bright Ideas Student’s Books and Workbooks are 274 x 215mm. All Bright Ideas Teacher’s Books are 248 x 187mm.

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LANGUAGE ARTS & LITERATURE

This course has been written through a close collaboration between experienced teachers and Language Arts specialists: Tyrone Ali (Trinidad & Tobago) Leonie Bennett (UK) • Alice Castillo (Belize) Shannon Gillett Solis (Belize) • Dian Maheia (Belize) • Pauline Millar (Barbados) Aaron Ramrattan (Trinidad & Tobago) Julia Sander (UK) • Laurie Sealy (US) Veronica Simon (St Lucia) Allyson Wharton (Trinidad & Tobago)

Macmillan Language Tree is an exciting comprehensive seven level Primary Language Arts series for the Caribbean. It follows an integrated approach and provides: ■ Coverage of the syllabus for your country ■

Thorough practice of each language point

Practice of listening, speaking, reading, writing, thinking and viewing skills

Plenty of reading practice and comprehension skills with many different types of texts

Explicit teaching of process writing

Regular assessment

A Workbook at each level to reinforce the work of the Student’s Book.

FOR 2012

Leonie Bennett

The Language Tree Reading Scheme offers a substantial amount of extra reading and practice material for infant readers. Using the popular, high-quality 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 young readers who are struggling and would benefit from extra practice.   Teacher support material including brief teaching suggestions and answers is given within the text. Key features: ■ Strong phonic element ■ Incorporates material which appeals to boys – especially ■ Slow start with lots of in the junior years repetition ■

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Caribbean content, including traditional songs and rhymes

Contemporary design and high quality artwork

Regular assessment

Includes a variety of text types


The texts are complemented by integrated language work and related writing activities

LANGUAGE ARTS & LITERATURE

The course contains quality, student-friendly texts which explore all areas of the curriculum and give students plenty to think and talk about

A wide range of different text types offer practice in reading and opportunities to appreciate literature and to extract information from non-fiction

The Workbooks further reinforce the skills and concepts taught in the Student’s Books. There are exercises which practise specific skills as well as opportunities to fill in forms, interpret charts, edit text and extract information

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The Teacher’s Books provide unit-by-unit suggestions for homework, extension work, assessment and answers to the exercises

STUDENT’S BOOKS

LESSON PLANS

WORKBOOKS

TEACHER’S BOOKS

Workbook Ka

Teacher’s Book: Grade K  

Reader Ka

(Ages 4-5)

(Ages 4-5)

112pp | 9781405070959

(Ages 4-5)

80pp | 9781405062848

96pp | 9781405062909

Teacher’s Book: Grade 1   

64pp | 9780230406469

Student’s Book 1

Workbook Kb

(Ages 5-6)

(Ages 4-5)

128pp | 9781405062855

80pp | 9781405069946

120pp | 9781405070966

Teacher’s Book: Grade 2    128pp | 9781405070973

Reader Ka Workbook

Workbook 1 (Ages 5-6)

Teacher’s Book: Grade 3   

128pp | 9781405062862

88pp | 9781405062916

136pp | 9781405070980

Student’s Book 3

Workbook 2

Teacher’s Book: Grade 4   

(Ages 7-8)

(Ages 6-7)

144pp | 9781405070997

(Ages 4-5)

128pp | 9781405062879

88pp | 9781405062923

Teacher’s Book: Grade 5

64pp | 9780230412279

(Ages 7-8)

128pp | 9781405062886

96pp | 9781405062930

Student’s Book 5

Workbook 4

(Ages 9-10)

(Ages 8-9)

160pp | 9781405062893

96pp | 9781405062947

Student’s Book 6

Workbook 5

(Common Entrance Level)

(Ages 9-10)

160pp | 9781405065146

96pp | 9781405062954

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64pp | 9780230412286

(Ages 6-7)

Workbook 3

FOR 2012

(Ages 4-5)

Student’s Book 2

(Ages 8-9)

ANSWER SHEETS

READING SCHEME

Student’s Book K

Student’s Book 4

WORKSHEETS

Reader Kb

FOR 2012

(Ages 4-5) 64pp | 9780230412293

Reader Kb Workbook

128pp | 9781405071000

Reader 1a

Teacher’s Book: Grade 6

64pp | 9780230412330

FOR 2012

FOR 2012

(Ages 5-6)

128pp | 9781405071017

Reader 1a Workbook

FOR 2012

(Ages 5-6) All Macmillan Language Tree Student’s Books and Workbooks are 276 x 219mm.

64pp | 9780230412309

Reader 1b

FOR 2012

(Ages 5-6) All Macmillan Language Tree Teacher’s Books and Reading Scheme titles are 248 x 187mm.

64pp | 9780230412323

Workbook 6

Reader 1b Workbook

(Common Entrance Level)

(Ages 5-6)

96pp | 9781405065153

64pp | 9780230412316

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LANGUAGE ARTS & LITERATURE

Louis Fidge and Myra Murby Loui Ess EEssential Primary Reading Skills for the Caribbean an develops and practises reading across a wide range and type of texts. de The cross-curricular approach used, carefully graded so as to be incremental in difficulty, ensures that children will learn to read well in all their subjects at school. ■ Incorporates a wide range of texts including poetry, fiction and information texts

■ Skills developed at three levels - whole text, sentence and word level ■ Includes text related activities for comprehension, grammar, punctuation, spelling and vocabulary development ■ Encourages children to use literal, inferential, evaluative and appreciative comprehension skills ■ Fits well alongside any other reading materials currently being used ■ Includes a glossary of key language terms used

Workbook 1a

Book 3

Book 6

(Ages 4-5)

(Ages 6-7)

40pp | 9781405018760

96pp | 9780333803738

(Common Entrance Level)

Workbook 1b

Book 4

(Ages 4-5)

(Ages 7-8)

40pp | 9781405018777

104pp | 9780333803745

Book 2

Book 5

(Ages 5-6)

(Ages 9-10)

72pp | 9781405018784

104pp | 9780333912683

112pp | 9780333912690

Louis Fidge Essential Primary Writing Skills for the Caribbean offers structured support in helping children write for many different purposes. The books are carefully graded and are incremental in difficulty, and each teaching unit is structured in the same way, making the books accessible and easy to use. ■ Supports the development of essential compositional writing skills

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Introduces pupils to a wide range of text types (fiction, non-fiction and poetry) Includes work on developing punctuation skills Encourages the development of a fluent, legible style of handwriting Helps children to reflect on various aspects of the writing process, such as planning, drafting and editing ■ Texts specially chosen as models, for demonstrating and teaching particular types of writing

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Book 1a

Book 2

Book 4

(Ages 4-5)

(Ages 5-6)

(Ages 7-8)

36pp | 9780333929964

40pp | 9780333929988

48pp | 9780333930014

Book 1b

Book 3

Book 5

Book k6

(Ages 4-5)

(Ages 6-7)

(Ages 9-10)

(Common Entrance Level)

36pp | 9780333929971

48pp | 9780333929995

64pp | 9780333930076

64pp | 9780333930090

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All of the Essential Primary English Skills for the Caribbean titles are 248 x 187mm.


LANGUAGE ARTS & LITERATURE

Louis Fidge Essential Primary Grammar Skills for the Caribbean helps children develop l the h ability abil billi to use language clearly, concisely and effectively. The books teach grammar and punctuation in a developmental way, ensuring the systematic introduction, consolidation and extension of key skills. The books progress smoothly from level to level, giving pupils confidence in their growing understanding and competence. ■ Has an easy-to-understand structure which provides pupils with a clear framework

for learning ■ Contains clear instructional language and differentiated activities at an appropriate level ■ Provides children with the vocabulary they need to discuss, reflect on and understand

grammar and punctuation ■ Provides a glossary of key language terms and concepts covered

Book 1

Book 2

Book 3

Book 4

(Ages 4-6)

(Ages 6-8)

(Ages 8-10)

(Common Entrance Level)

48pp | 9780333954416

48pp | 9780333954423

64pp | 9780333954430

64pp | 9780333954447

Louis Fidge Essential Primary Spelling Skills for the Caribbean an provides a systematic, c developmental programme for teaching vital spelling skills. The books contain differentiated activities in each unit, which encourage a multi-sensory approach involving the use of auditory, visual and motor skills. ■ Helps develop a wide vocabulary

■ Includes regular assessment units

■ Targets words for learning grouped logically

■ Involves a clear, accessible and

■ Sets achievable and realistic lesson objectives

logical structure for each unit

■ Embodies simple and consistent

Look-Say-Cover-Write-Check spelling strategy

Book 1

Book 3

Book 5

(Ages 4-5)

(Ages 6-7)

(Ages 9-10)

32pp | 9780333930106

32pp | 9780333930175

32pp | 9780333957684

Book 2

Book 4

Book 6

(Ages 5-6)

(Ages 7-8)

(Common Entrance Level)

32pp | 9780333930168

32pp | 9780333957677

32pp | 9780333957691

Louis Fidge Essential Primary Phonic Skills for the Caribbean helps children to develop their phonic skills by assisting with word recognition, and from learning to link sounds with letters. These books are ideal for reading at home or at school.

Workbook 1

Workbook 2

Workbook 3

40pp | 9781405018739

40pp | 9781405018746

40pp | 9781405018753

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REVISED EDITION

The Caribbean Language Arts Project materials have all been thoroughly revised by teams of experienced, practising Primary School teachers and officers of the St Lucia Ministry of Education, Human Resource Development, Youth and Sports as a cooperative venture with Macmillan Caribbean. They build on earlier materials prepared by the Curriculum and Materials Development Unit of the Ministry of Education in St Lucia. The main content of the series is drawn from the everyday lives of the children, with great use made of people, objects and scenes in the immediate environment. The content is closely linked to the St Lucia Language Arts curriculum, and offers a complete graded development of Language Arts Skills. How does the revised edition vary from the original edition? The material and style of the original Phonic and Alphabet Books and Workbooks has been upgraded to produce the larger-format, full-colour Activity Books that can be used for several years, and Workbooks that children write in and which therefore need to be changed every year. The six new Readers (one per grade) continue to offer the benefits of graded readers and for the higher grades include comprehension questions and activities. The new books offer a more lively, interesting and up-to-date treatment of Language Arts.

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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. .

ACTIVITY BOOKS Grade K Activity Book

Grade 3 Activity Book

Grade 6 Activity Book

48pp | 9781405027502

56pp | 9781405027427

128pp | 9781405027489

Grade 1 Activity Book

Grade 4 Activity Book

48pp | 9781405027526

64pp | 9781405027441

Grade 2 Activity Book

Grade 5 Activity Book

56pp | 9781405027540

96pp | 9781405027465

LANGUAGE ARTS & LITERATURE

FULL-COLOUR ACTIVITY BOOKS

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.

WORKBOOKS Grade K Workbook

Grade 3 Workbook

Grade 6 Workbook

64pp | 9781405027519

112pp | 9781405027434

192pp | 9781405027496

Grade 1 Workbook

Grade 4 Workbook

80pp | 9781405027533

120pp | 9781405027458

Grade 2 Workbook

Grade 5 Workbook

112pp | 9781405027557

176pp | 9781405027472

All of the Caribbean Language Arts Project Activity Books and Workbooks are 276 x 219mm.

FULL-COLOUR READERS With lively Caribbean stories, these also include lists of new words and, at the higher levels, comprehension exercises and additional activities. .

READERS Grade K Andy, Rose and Friends

Grade 3 Reading and Writing Every Day

Grade 6 Reading and Writing Every Day

48pp | 9780333773741

96pp | 9780333773772

128pp | 9780333773802

Grade 1 Learning is Fun

Grade 4 Reading and Writing Every Day

56pp | 9780333773758

Grade 2 The Greens Move 72pp | 9780333773765

88pp | 9780333773789

Grade 5 Reading and Writing Every Day 120pp | 9780333773796

All of the Caribbean Language Arts Project Readers are 274 x 189mm.

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LANGUAGE ARTS & LITERATURE

ORIGINAL EDITIONS

STAGE 1

STANDARD 2

Reader: We Are Here

Reader: Our Caribbean Homeland

40pp | 216 x 138mm | 9780333451434

104pp | 216 x 138mm | 9780333499016

Workbook

Workbook

40pp | 184 x 249mm | 9780333451441

96pp | 248 x 187mm | 9780333469330

Phonic and Alphabet Workbook

Reading Skills Workbook

40pp | 184 x 249mm | 9780333451458

80pp | 248 x 187mm | 9780333469347

STAGE 2 Reader: Time for a Story 32pp | 216 x 138mm | 9780333451465

STANDARD 3 Reader: Reading for Understanding 96pp | 216 x 138mm | 9780333499054

Reader: Andy and Rose are Here 40pp | 216 x 138mm | 9780333451472

Workbook 160pp | 248 x 187mm | 9780333499047

Workbook 48pp | 184 x 249mm | 9780333451489

Phonic and Alphabet Workbook

Reading Skills Workbook 144pp | 248 x 187mm | 9780333499030

48pp | 184 x 249mm | 9780333451496

STANDARD 4 STAGE 3 Reader: Exploring Reading Skills Reader: Story Time

104pp | 216 x 138mm | 9780333515860

72pp | 216 x 138mm | 9780333451502

Workbook Reader: New Places and New Friends

160pp | 248 x 187mm | 9780333515884

112pp | 216 x 138mm | 9780333451519

Reading Skills Workbook 144pp | 248 x 187mm | 9780333515877

Workbook 112pp | 184 x 249mm | 9780333451526

Phonic and Alphabet Workbook 80pp | 184 x 249mm | 9780333451533

STANDARD 1 Reader: Looking at the Caribbean 128pp | 216 x 138mm | 9780333499009

Workbook 96pp | 248 x 187mm | 9780333469309

Reading Skills Workbook 64pp | 248 x 187mm | 9780333469316

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LANGUAGE ARTS & LITERATURE

FOR THE CARIBBEAN June Mitchelmore

Step by Step to Reading using Phonics for the Caribbean is an exciting series designed especially for students beginning to read. The author, June Mitchelmore, is an experienced teacher and writer who has worked in the Caribbean, Africa, America and England for many years. The books have a strong phonics base and can be used at any age, from kindergarten to adult learners. ■ Uses simple words that really ‘work’ by being sounded out ■ Includes games and other activities to make learning fun ■ Leads to mastery over key words needed for literacy ■ Includes a variety of methods for teaching reading ■ Contains teaching notes on how each page can best be used ■ Can be used whenever help is needed with learning to read ■ Includes reading assessment and spelling tests which may

be copied for use in school or at home

WITH TEACHER’S NOTES

Book 1 Reading readiness 64pp | 9780333594735

Book 2 Consonant and short vowel sounds 64pp | 9780333600252

Book 3 Blends and long vowel sounds 64pp | 9780333600269

Book 4 Using all the sounds 64pp | 9780333614105

All of the Step by Step to Reading Using Phonics for the Caribbean titles are 276 x 219mm.

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MATHEMATICS

CARIBBEAN PRIMARY MATHEMATICS Laurie Sealy and Sandra Moore Bright Sparks is a series designed to shine a light on the potential of each child. With a generous emphasis on problem solving, Bright Sparks connects Mathematics to familiar real life experiences in the Caribbean.  It helps students see that Mathematics is far more than learning calculations, but rather something all around them, infused in everything they do.   In each of the seven Student’s Books from Kindergarten level (Book K) to the culmination of Primary School (Book 6), higher thinking skills are systematically developed.  Explanations and examples introduce ntroduce each new concept, a feature proving invaluable to teachers, students and parents alike.   Bright Sparks helps students learn to reason, teaching students to analyse, apply different strategies and try multiple approaches to finding solutions.  It includes tools like Hint, Remember and Challenge, to help teachers differentiate and reach all students.

STUDENT’S NT’S BOOKS

WORKBOOKS

Book K

Workbook 3

(Ages 4-5)

(Ages 7-8)

64pp | 9780333794708

88pp | 9780333803653

Book 1

Workbook 4

(Ages 5-6)

(Ages 8-9)

88pp | 9780333794715

112pp | 9780333803660

Book 2

Workbook 5

(Ages 6-7)

(Ages 9-10)

136pp | 9780333794722

80pp | 9780333803677

Book 3

Workbook 6

(Ages 7-8) 160pp | 9780333794739

Book 4

(Common Entrance Level) 104pp | 9781405059671

(Ages 8-9) 168pp | 9780333794746

Book 5 (Ages 9-10) 208pp | 9780333794753

TEACHER’S ANSWER BOOKS Teacher’s Answer Book 1 (Grades K-2)

Book 6 (Common Entrance Level) 256pp | 9780333930618

136pp | 9781405098663

Teacher’s Answer Book 2 (Grades 3-6) 136pp | 9781405098717

Bright Sparks Workbooks provide practical exercises for homework, practice with new skills, further opportunities for problem solving, and interesting, thoughtful word problems to connect Mathematics to everyday life. The layout of the workbooks allows the students to show their steps in solving problems and demonstrates their understanding. Teachers will appreciate the layout, and the close alignment of the workbooks to the Bright Sparks texts. Extra exercises are included for those concepts and skills which experienced teachers know cause difficulty for some students.

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NEW EDITION

CARIBBEAN PRIMARY MATHEMATICS STUDENT’S BOOKS

The new revised edition of Bright Sparks combines the engaging, colourful and student-centred approach of the first edition with many new features:

Student’s Books ■ Summary notes for each unit with a multiple choice unit test and a student self-check chart ■ Additional projects, subject integration and technology ideas  ■ Even more Caribbean based word problems and artwork   The language level of word problems has been streamlined to make it easily accessible to students at each age group, and a new feature addresses mathematical language throughout the series.  At the reception level, there are now two Student's Books, Ka and Kb, matching the curriculum and providing practice for these young learners.  An index is included in each Student’s Book.

STUDENT’S PACKS INCLUDE A STUDENT’S BOOK & INTERACTIVE CD-ROM STUDENT’S BOOKS Student’s Book Ka S (Ages 4-5) (A 88pp | 9780230401068 8

Student’s Book Kb S (Ages 4-5) (A 88pp | 9780230401075 8

Additional concept explanations

Student’s Pack 1 S (Ages 5-6) A new, colour-coded, easy-to-follow layout

MATHEMATICS

FOR 2012

112pp | 9780230421912

Student’s Pack 2 S ((Ages 6-7) (A 144pp | 9780230428652 14

Student’s Pack 3 S ((Ages A 7-8) 168pp | 9780230428676 16

Student’s Pack 4 S ((Ages A 8-9) 184pp | 9780230429086 18

WORKBOOKS Workbook 1 (Ages 5-6) 88pp | 9780230401105

Workbook 2 (Ages 6-7) 88pp | 9780230401136

Workbook 3 (Ages 7-8) 88pp | 9780230401167

Workbook 4 (Ages 8-9) 96pp | 9780230401198

Workbook 5 (Ages 9-10) 96pp | 9780230401228

Workbook 6 (Common Entrance Level) 112pp | 9780230401259

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((Ages A 9-10) Additional assessments in the lower levels

Student’s Pack 6 S

Student's Books 1-6 now come with accompanying Interactive CD-ROMs where skills can be practised independently in a new, fun way at home or in school. The Interactive CD-ROMs cover a wide range of topics, and use more than one approach to vary the learning style, providing multiple opportunities to reinforce skills and learning.

TEACHER’S BOOKS

(Common Entrance Level)

Teacher’s Book K

264pp | 9780230416505

112pp | 9780230401082

The Teacher’s Books are an invaluable resource for teachers. They offer practical ideas to extend the lessons from the Student’s Books and include: ■ Suggested connections to prior knowledge ■ Games and activities ■ Lessons using manipulatives ■ Ideas for second-language learners or weak readers ■ Differentiation to guide slow learners and expand lessons for quick learners ■ Alternative assessment strategies    The Teacher’s Books include concept development ideas derived from current mathematics education research to help both new and experienced teachers.  Each Teacher’s Book  features a Scope and Sequence chart for the year group.

WORKBOOKS New workbooks have been created for the Infant levels one and two, at teachers’ request, so Student’s Books at each age group now have an accompanying Workbook. The Workbooks are exactly linked to the lessons in the Student’s Books. 

TEACHER’S BOOKS

224pp | 9780230429109 22 2

Teacher’s Book 1 T 112pp | 9780230401112 1

Teacher’s Book 2 T 112pp | 9780230401143 1

Teacher’s Book 3 T 112pp | 9780230401174 1

Teacher’s Book 4 T 112pp | 9780230401204 1

Teacher’s Book 5 T 112pp | 9780230401235 1

Teacher’s Book 6 T 112pp | 9780230401266 1

TEACHER’S RESOURCES The Workbooks provide extra practice and can be used for homework, while providing an opportunity for students to show how they approach their solutions.

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SOCIAL STUDIES TUDIES

Mike Morrissey Caribbean Social Studies is an innovative six-level course for primary and all-age schools. To ensure in-depth coverage for Year 4 there are separate books on the individual countries. These follow the exciting and progressive style of the series and introduce a new concept in course material for the Caribbean. All the books in the series include many Social Studies activities, and are highly illustrated with photographs and colour artwork, making the series attractive and easily accessible to students.

Caribbean Social Studies 1 C

Caribbean Social Studies 5 C

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(A (Ages 9-10) FFocuses on the Caribbean region:

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■ Location, geography and climate ■ Co-operation and trade ■ The people, their history and culture

Basic needs School and school activities The home and family Weather

128pp | 9780333544174 1

40pp | 9780333536148 40

Caribbean Social Studies 2 C

Caribbean Social Studies 6 C

((Ages A 5-6) Concentrates on the local community: C

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■ Understanding the planet ■ The family of nations ■ Using the earth’s resources

Different types of community Change in the community Work and communication Comparison with other communities

160pp | 9780333544181 1

48pp | 9780333536155 4

Caribbean Social Studies 3 C

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(A (Ages 6-7) LLooks at the administrative divisions within a country: w

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■ Local administration ■ Settlements ■ Agriculture, industry, transport and leisure ■ Weather observation, recording map skills

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64pp | 9780333536162 6

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WORKSHEETS

Caribbean Social Studies 4

(Ages 8-9) Caribbean Social Studies 4 studies individual countries in the Caribbean. There are separate, locally written, books for each country, covering:

■ The landscape and people

■ Tourism and trade

Using resources

■ Governments and the development of the nation

LEVEL 4 INDIVIDUAL COUNTRY TITLES:

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REVISED EDITION

Merlyn Jno-Baptiste

REVISED EDITION

Gweneth Hanley

Clara Pastor & Geraldine Holland

112pp | 9780333578162

Cecilia Peters & Derrick Penny

112pp | 9780333950890

128pp | 9780333573921

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S Vi St Vincent & the Grenadines Adrian Fraser & Keith Joseph 112pp | 9780333544273

All of the Caribbean Social Studies titles are 248 x 187mm.


Eulie Mantock • Trineta Fendall Series Editor: Clare Eastland The Macmillan Jamaica Primary Social Studies course has been written and designed for students at Grades 4, 5 and 6 of upper primary school, preparing for GSAT examinations. The books follow and cover the Jamaica Revised Primary Curriculum (RPC) for Social Studies. Key features of the course include: ■ A skills-based approach to learning ■ Activities which cater for a mixture of abilities and aptitudes ■ Opportunities for small-group work, class discussions, practical and creative activities and fieldwork as well as individual exercises based on the text ■ Syllabus attainment targets, objectives, concepts and skills are clearly met ■ Relevant concepts and skills, including map skills, forming a good foundation for study at lower secondary ■ Chapter summaries and GSAT-style multiple choice tests at the end of each chapter ■ A helpful glossary defining words and terms used in Social Studies This series follows on from the successful Macmillan Primary Integrated Studies course for lower primary students in Jamaica (see pages 22-23), and precedes Macmillan’s Social Studies for Jamaica series (see page 71).

STUDENT’S BOOKS

WORKBOOKS

Student’s Book 4

Workbook 4

240pp | 9780230031173

56pp | 9780230036963

Student’s Book 5

Workbook 5

256pp | 9780230031180

64pp | 9780230036970

Student’s Book 6

Workbook 6

256pp | 9780230031197

72pp | 9780230036987

SOCIAL STUDIES

Macmillan Jamaica Primary Social Studies

TEACHER’S BOOKS Teacher’s Book 4

Teacher’s Book 6

96pp | 9781405022705

96pp | 9781405022729

Teacher’s Book 5

All of the Macmillan Jamaica Primary Social Studies titles are 248 x 187mm.

96pp | 9781405022712

Clear, simple language and design

Units begin with syllabus Focus questions, key terms and objectives

Stimulating and varied text materials, including case studies, information boxes, tables, drama and dialogue, verse and songs, newspaper extracts and stories

A large number of colour illustrations enhance and support the text, including maps, diagrams, charts, cartoons, and photographs

Incorporates a wide variety of activities and stimulus questions, designed to allow students to explore topics for themselves as well as reinforcing concepts and skills introduced in the text

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SOCIAL STUDIES

This course has been written through a close collaboration between experienced Belizean teachers and educators and internationally experienced Social Studies writers: Eleanor Carrillo • Clare Eastland • Cathy Ferreira • Janey Fisher David Gilbert • Francis Humphreys • Liz Paren • Clara Pastor Lesley Philips • Edith Vellos • Ravey Vellos • Hortense Wade This is a new course written specially for the revised Belize Primary Social Studies curriculum and syllabus. Key features of the course include: ■ Up-to-date and authentic information about Belize and the wider world ■ A skills and activity-based approach to learning ■ Stimulating and varied text and illustration 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 as well as reinforcing concepts and skills introduced within the text ■ Opportunities for group work, class discussions, practical and creative activities, fieldwork and projects, as well as individual exercises based on the text ■ A rich mixture of ability levels and aptitudes catered for, with particular attention to the needs of learners for whom English is not the first language, especially at the lower levels

STUDENT’S BOOKS

WORKBOOKS

TEACHER’S BOOKS

Infant 1 Student’s Book: You and Me

Infant 1 Workbook: You and Me

Infant 1 Teacher’s Book: You and Me

32pp | 9780230033856

32pp | 9780230039308

96pp | 9780230039315

Infant 2 Student’s Book: S Family and Friends F

Infant 2 Workbook: Family and Friends

Infant 2 Teacher’s Book: Family and Friends

4 48pp | 9780230033863

48pp | 9780230718197

104pp | 9780230718203

S Standard 1 Student’s Book: S My Community M

Standard 1 Workbook: My Community

Standard 1 Teacher’s Book: My Community

6 64pp | 9780230033870

48pp | 9780230718159

96pp | 9780230718166

S Standard 2 Student’s Book: S Our Country O

Standard 2 Workbook: Our Country

Standard 2 Teacher’s Book: Our Country

7 72pp | 9780230031142

64pp | 9780230039322

80pp | 9780230039339

S Standard 3 Student’s Book: Our Culture

Standard 3 Workbook: Our Culture

Standard 3 Teacher’s Book: Our Culture

88pp | 9780230031159

64pp | 9780230718173

88pp | 9780230718180

S Standard 4 Student’s Book: S People and Places P

Standard 4 Workbook: People and Places

Standard 4 Teacher’s Book: People and Places

9 96pp | 9780230031166

72pp | 9780230718111

80pp | 9780230718128

Standard 5 Standard 5 S Standard 5 Teacher’s Book: Workbook: Student’s Book: S Connecting Countries Connecting Countries Connecting Countries C

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96pp | 9780230718135

96pp | 9780230718142

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Standard 6 Workbook: Our World

Standard 6 Teacher’s Book: Our World

136pp | 9780230033894 1

80pp | 9780230039346

104pp | 9780230039353

All Primary Social Studies for Belize titles are 248 x 187mm.


Macmillan Caribbean Junior Atlas UPDATED EDITION

Key features include: ■ Modern digital cartography ■ 16 additional pages

GEOGRAPHY

This updated edition of the atlas retains the full-colour, user-friendly design and format of the third edition, now with numerous new statistics to ensure that all entries are completely up-to-date.

■ Expanded Caribbean and world sections ■ New photographs and illustrations ■ Accompanying Skills Workbook

72pp | 292 x 224 72 224mm | 9780333966631

Macmillan Caribbean Junior Atlas Skills Workbook The Skills Workbook contains exercises that directly correspond with the full range of topics covered in the Macmillan Caribbean Junior Atlas, making this an essential addition for every student.

Key features include: ■ Map skills practice ■ Political and physical geography ■ Population & tourism ■ Economic activity ■ Official languages

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Environment and conservation Earthquakes and volcanoes Climate History

128pp | 292 x 224mm | 9781405009775

Macmillan Guyana Junior Atlas The Macmillan Guyana Junior Atlas includes the following features: ■ Modern digital cartography ■ Extensive Caribbean and world sections ■ Mapping skills section ■ Numerous photographs and illustrations ■ Index ■ 18 pages covering Guyana 88pp | 292 x 224 88 224mm | 9780333934173

Macmillan Jamaica Social Studies Atlas The Macmillan Jamaica Social Studies Atlas features a full-colour, user-friendly design and format.

This new atlas includes the following features: ■ Mapping skills section ■ Numerous photographs and illustrations ■ Index ■ 26 pages covering Jamaica ■ Extensive Caribbean and world sections

96pp | 292 x 224mm | 9780230034327

Macmillan Macmi M acm mi Jamaica Social Studies Atlas Workbook T Macmillan Jamaica Social Studies Atlas Workbook accompanies the The Macmillan Jamaica Social Studies Atlas, specifically addressing the needs M o of primary students at Grades 4, 5 and 6. It teaches and practises map skills using the atlas for Social Studies knowledge, in Grades 7 to 9 as well as in preparation for the G GSAT examination. 160pp | 292 x 224mm | 9780230402782

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The Bermuda Atlas The information contained in this atlas provides both a traditional perspective of the geography and topography of Bermuda, as well as social information about the Bermudian community, flora and fauna, conservation, environmental and ecological issues, and the history and heritage of the people of Bermuda. 72pp | 292 x 224mm | 9781405098625

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Macmillan Wall Map of the Caribbean SECOND EDITION

GEOGRAPHY

A revised edition of this highly popular and best-selling wall map. The main political map portrays the whole of the Caribbean region and includes rivers, mountain peaks, island and country names, capital cities and other important towns. Transportation information is included on roads, railways, ports and airports. The map also features more detailed, larger scale inset maps of Barbados, Belize, the Eastern Caribbean islands, Jamaica and Trinidad. Flags have been added for extra enhancement. 890 x 1160mm | Single-sided Paper Edition | 9781405026376

Macmillan Wall Map of Jamaica

NEW EDITION

The revised edition of this best-selling wall map includes many new features including three new thematic maps covering Population, Land Use and Economic Activity, and a terrain model of Jamaica as viewed from the south-east of the island. The map also provides information on ocean depths, physical features, administrative divisions, settlement (by population size), transport and communications, as well as an inset map of the Caribbean region. Altitude is indicated by a combination of contour layer colouring and hill-shading giving the island an attractive 3-D appearance. 890 x 1160mm | Single-sided Laminated Edition | 9780333579282 Paper Edition | 9780333992579

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EXAMINATION PRACTICE

1160 x 890mm | Single-sided Laminated Edition | 9781405025218

Let’s Pass provides practice for pupils preparing for the Common Entrance examination and on into the first two years of secondary school. The books provide thorough preparation - revision and practice - for pre-secondary examination students and valuable revision and reinforcement for early secondary grades. Key features: ■ Clear and concise summaries ■ ‘Test Yourself’ and review units for students to assess their own

progress ■ Examination-style multiple-choice and short answer questions

covering syllabuses throughout the Caribbean ■ Pull-out answers and blank answer sheet in the centre

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Let’s Pass English

Let’s Pass Social Studies

Shirley Brathwaite & Margaret St. Louis

Janice B. Richards

112pp | 276 x 216mm | 9780333558430

64pp | 276 x 216mm | 9780333582480

Let’s Pass Mathematics

Let’s Pass Science

Errol Furlonge assisted by Kenrick Singh

June Mitchelmore

96pp | 276 x 216mm | 9780333594551

96pp | 276 x 216mm | 9780333552124

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EXAMINATION PRACTICE

The Macmillan Grade Six Achievement Tests for Jamaica series is aimed at Grade 6 students preparing to take their final examination before moving up to secondary school. The series comprises Mathematics, English, Science and Social Studies and the subject content combines Grades 4, 5 and 6 of the Jamaica primary curriculum covering a broad range of topics essential for examination preparation. The series provides ideal preparation for students studying for these important examinations.

Social Studies Vinette Percy, Pauline Anning and Clare Eastland 200pp | 9780333956755

REVISED EDITIONS

Mathematics Surendra S.P. Raghunandan 168pp | 9780230407312

Science Pauline Anning, Ian Flowers and Derek McMonagle 216pp | 9780230407336

English June Livingston and Molly Russell 180pp | 9780230407329 All Macmillan Grade Six Achievement Tests for Jamaica titles are 276 x 219mm.

Multiple-Choice Tests for Belize prepares primary students for the Belize National Examination. It consists of a number of multiplechoice questions, representing all levels of difficulty, and grouped according to topic. There is also a sample test at the end of the book. Features: ■ Multiple-choice questions presented in precise exam style ■ Wide range of questions gives good syllabus coverage ■ Well illustrated with photographs, maps, diagrams and cartoons ■ Answer section provided

Multiple-Choice Tests in English Language for Belize Verolyn Richards 76pp | 276 x 219mm | 9780333745618

Multiple-Choice Tests in Mathematics for Belize Fausto Chan 56pp | 276 x 219mm | 9780333950982

Multiple-Choice Tests in Science for Belize

Multiple-Choice Tests in Social Studies for Belize

Fausto Chan

Clara Pastor

64pp | 276 x 219mm | 9780333950975

120pp | 276 x 219mm | 9780333671580

Common Entrance English Tests for the Caribbean C. Borely, H. Knight & C. Rulka

Common Entrance English Tests for the Caribbean is a valuable practice and revision book in English Language and a practical aid to students preparing for Common Entrance in the Caribbean. The computer marking format is intended to assist pupils further in the countries where the entrance examination papers are set in computer format. The computer format does not, in any way, reduce the value of tests for students in countries where non-computer styles tests are set. 96pp | 279 x 216mm | 9780333387726

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HEALTH

Caribbean HIV • AIDS Readers aim to promote good health practice through extensive reading. This important series of readers is designed to help young people to develop the knowledge, attitudes, self-esteem, and skills needed to manage their relationships safely and happily, and to cope better with the crisis of HIV and AIDS which is affecting all our communities today. Caribbean HIV • AIDS Readers can be used across the curriculum: in literacy, social studies, life skills and science classes as well as in after-school or community clubs. The readers are at two levels. There is some development in reading levels and language is controlled. Level 1 Simple stories to encourage good relationships and to prepare children to protect themselves. Level 2 Stories about different aspects of HIV and AIDS are presented with factual information and activities for children.

LEVEL 1

The Se Secret

Little B Big Voice

Grace has a bad secret which becomes too much for her. She tells her teacher and then the adults around her help to put things right.

Manley is sitting under his favourite banana tree, feeling sad, when he hears a loud noise, and he sets out in search of the creature which makes it. Along the way he meets some of his friends and discovers more than he expected.

24pp | 9781405086622

24pp | 9781405086639

LEVEL 2 Under the Calabash Tree

Letter to Pearl

When a phone call comes from America, the Belle family are thrilled to hear that Uncle Cal is coming home for Christmas. But a letter reveals that there is more to the situation, for Uncle Cal is HIV positive and is coming home for good.

Lisa thinks that she has a good agreement with her boyfriend, Mark, to keep them both safe from HIV and AIDS. But then Lisa discovers a love letter written by Mark to another girl called Pearl. Has Mark decided to look for excitement elsewhere?

32pp | 9781405086646

32pp | 9781405086592

Caring for People Affected by HIV and AIDS

The Night the Roof Blew Away

This book is intended to help young people to care for others while protecting and caring for themselves at the same time. It is also intended to promote understanding of the issues around caring for those with HIV and AIDS. 32pp | 9781405073349

32pp | 9781405086608

Breaking the Silence

Justin’s graduation seems to be going well, but then he is faced with a dilemma. Can he avoid getting into trouble, like his cousin Camille, or will it mean losing the respect of his peers and possibly losing Sherry...?

A young teacher is sick in hospital. She decides to write letters to her students telling them the cause of her illness and warning them about HIV and AIDS. Sadly, when her mother and brother are given the letters to post they burn them instead to keep the silence.

32pp | 9781405098854

32pp | 9781405086615

Justin’s Graduation

We’re Growing Up The book is intended to answer common questions and help young people to keep themselves safe as their bodies change. This is especially important for a generation faced with the challenge of HIV and AIDS. 32pp | 9781405098847 All of the Caribbean HIV • AIDS Readers are 234 x 156mm.

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Granny Lucas cares for her six orphaned grandchildren because her children have died of AIDS. When the roof blows away one stormy night, everything seems hopeless, but the family are helped by the community.

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Diane Browne, Gisela Winkler and Maren Bodenstein 144pp | 9781405085939

HEALTH

There are sections on: ■ What every teacher needs to know about HIV and AIDS ■ Laying the foundations - understanding our attitudes to HIV and AIDS ■ Preventing the spread of HIV and AIDS ■ Sex and Sexuality ■ Teaching about HIV in all areas of the curriculum ■ Teaching children affected by HIV and AIDS

Teaching about HIV and AIDS in the Caribbean

HIV • AIDS Action Course Learning about HIV and AIDS & Understanding more about HIV and AIDS Children and young people need the knowledge, motivation and life skills to protect themselves from HIV and AIDS and care for others in the communities. The HIV • AIDS Action Course comprises two Student’s Books and accompanying Teacher’s Guides. Learning about HIV and AIDS is broadly suitable for upper primary and Understanding more about HIV and AIDS for lower secondary, but both books may be used at either level. The Teacher’s Guides provide practical guidance on suitable teaching methods and help teachers to deal sensitively with difficult issues.

Learning about HIV and AIDS Student’s Book

Understanding more about HIV and AIDS Student’s Book

80pp | 9781405069182

104pp | 9781405069229

Teacher’s Guide

Teacher’s Guide

40pp | 9781405069212

40pp | 9781405069250

Healthy living means looking after ourselves and our environment, preventing diseases and following good health and hygiene rules. Living Health is a series of readers which focuses on important health topics worldwide. Each book presents a lively story followed by a “Fact File” of fascinating information and activities, all based on the theme of health. The books are graded into language levels and are colourfully illustrated.

LEVEL 1

Football Crazy Theme: Handwashing C. House

LEVEL 2 Just in Time Theme: Respiratory Diseases G. Winkler

I Don’t Have Worms! Theme: Worms

The Plastic Throne Theme: Sanitation

C. House

C. Mbali

Kalekwa’s Ambition Theme: Living with Disability

32pp | 9781405083027

32pp | 9780333666210

J. Kalindimya 32pp | 9780333956090

32pp | 9781405095099

32pp | 9780230011700

The Flying Elephant Theme: Playing Safely

Hero of the Hills Keep Away From Alcohol! Theme: Health Care Theme: Alcohol M. Brandt J. Robson

48pp | 9781405083010

A. Johnson 32pp | 9780333666203

Nombu’s Dream Theme: Road Safety G. Leggatt 32pp | 9780333682036

32pp | 9780333682012

A Narrow Escape Theme: AIDS Prevention Sweet Buns Theme: Nutrition G. Gordon 32pp | 9780333698556

D. Morgan 32pp | 9780333956083

Building Hope Supporting Work with Children Affected by HIV and AIDS In association with the HIV and AIDS Alliance Kate Harrison

Building Hope is a guide for those extended families and communities who are supporting children affected by HIV and AIDS. It provides them with clear and practical information about how HIV and AIDS affect the lives of children and their families, and what can be done to help. Building Hope gives accurate and up-to-date information in an accessible style with many lively illustrations. It will be invaluable to anyone helping children affected by HIV and AIDS to lead healthy and happy lives. 112pp | 9781405098304

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MACMILLAN PRIMARY INTEGRATED STUDIES

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. It closely follows the requirements of the Primary Integrated Curriculum. The Curriculum 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 One, Two and Three in order for them to progress to more concentrated studies of each subject separately at Grades Four, Five and Six. Grades One, Two and Three are divided into three terms and the entire course for these three tiers comprises eighteen books - a Student’s Book and a Workbook for each term. There is also an accompanying Teacher’s Book for each Grade. Key features of the course are: ■ Offers an accurate comprehensive reflection of the curriculum content ■ Integrated approach through Grades One, Two and Three ■ Attractive, student-friendly format ■ Separate write-on Workbooks ■ Exercises for use in Language Arts and Mathematics windows ■ Structured Teacher’s Books at each Grade giving real support in delivering the course

STUDENT’S BOOKS

WORKBOOKS GRADE 1

Macmillan Primary Integrated Studies

Macmillan Primary Integrated Studies M

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My Environment

Grad Grade G rade 1 Term 1 Workbook: All About Me

192pp | 9781405007375

208pp | 9781405023795

Grade 1 Term 2 Student’s Book: My Family

Grade 1 Term 2 Workbook: My Family

136pp | 9781405059701

200pp | 9781405059725

Grade 1 Term 3 Student’s Book: My School

Grade 1 Term 3 Workbook: My School

72pp | 9781405059718

96pp | 9781405059732

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Grade 2 Term 1 Student’s Book: My Body

Grade G rade d 2 Term 1 Workbook: My Body

184pp | 9781405007382

224pp | 9781405023801

Grade 2 Term 2 Student’s Book: Living Together

Grade 2 Term 2 Workbook: Living Together

152pp | 9781405059749

144pp | 9781405059763

Grade 2 Term 3 Student’s Book: My Community

Grade 2 Term 3 Workbook: My Community

160pp | 9781405059756

136pp | 9781405059770

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MACMILLAN PRIMARY INTEGRATED STUDIES

STUDENT’S BOOKS

WORKBOOKS GRADE 3

Grade 3 Term 1 Student’s Book: How Does My Body Work?

Grade G rade 3 Term 1 Workbook: How Does My Body Work?

128pp | 9781405007399

96pp | 9781405023818

Grade 3 Term 2 Student’s Book: Culture

Grade 3 Term 2 Workbook: Culture

232pp | 9781405059787

160pp | 9781405059800

Grade 3 Term 3 Student’s Book: My Environment

Grade 3 Term 3 Workbook: My Environment

104pp | 9781405059794

88pp | 9781405059817

The content provides a variety of different activities which will allow all students to enjoy positive achievement by demonstrating those skills in which they are competent

Offers an accurate, comprehensive reflection of the curriculum content

Attractive, student-friendly format

TEACHER’S BOOKS Teacher’s Book Grade 1

Teacher’s Book Grade 2

Teacher’s Book Grade 3

168pp | 9781405007405

240pp | 9781405007412

224pp | 9781405007429

REVISION GUIDES The Revision Guides cover all the topics in the Integrated Curriculum for Jamaica for Grades 1-3. The work is arranged around the nine Attainment Targets identified in the curriculum. They will therefore serve as a useful reference for students and teachers to assess whether they have covered and achieved the outcomes designed for Grades 1-3. Key features: ■ Each chapter includes an overview, revision notes, exercises, a summary and test ■ Numerous practical exercises that students can answer in their exercise books ■ Teaching notes with answers to selected questions and tests ■ The chapters can be used as a basis for lesson planning within the classroom and in Teacher Training Colleges ■ The summaries and questions can be used by Grade 4 teachers to assess the students with regard to previous work, and to identify needs

TEACHER’S RESOURCES

REVISION GUIDES

Visit www.macmillan-caribbean.com where you can download FREE teacher’s resources.

ANSWER SHEETS

LE ESSON PLANS

WORKSHEETS

FOR 2012

Language Arts

Science

Mathematics

June Mitchelmore

June Mitchelmore

June Mitchelmore

192pp | 9781405094221

168pp | 9781405095945

208pp | 9780230027497

All of the Macmillan Primary Integrated Studies Student’s Books, Workbooks and Revision Guides are 276 x 219mm. All of the Macmillan Primary Integrated Studies Teacher’s Books are 248 x 187mm.

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READERS

Louis Fidge

Reggae Readers have been written specifically for readers in Jamaica. The books contain lively stories and non-fiction texts designed to stimulate the imagination, motivate young readers and reinforce moral values. Developed in consultation with local advisers, the books support the teaching of the Integrated Curriculum objectives. The texts introduce, teach and develop essential reading skills through the use of controlled vocabulary and language structures. Audio-CDs accompany the books, allowing children to hear the texts being read aloud by Jamaicans and brought to life with music and song. The books include: ■

Stories and non-fiction texts

Poems and rhymes to entertain and enjoy

Comprehensive word lists

Notes to parents on helping their children read

Linked comprehension and vocabulary activities for each unit

An audio-CD

GRADE 1

GRADE 2

GRADE 3

Reggae Readers Pack 1

Reggae Readers Pack 2

Reggae Readers Pack 3

128pp | 9780230725621

128pp | 9780230725638

128pp | 9780230725645

Reggae Readers Workbook 1

Reggae Readers Workbook 2

Reggae Readers Workbook 3

144pp | 9780230026124

144pp | 9780230026186

144pp | 9780230026247

Reggae Readers Teacher’s Book 1

Reggae Readers Teacher’s Book 2

Reggae Readers Teacher’s Book 3

88pp | 9780230026100

88pp | 9780230028036

88pp | 9780230028029

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READERS

For younger readers the two levels of the Ready, Go series make the perfect introduction to Hop, Step, Jump.

books: In these books ■ Carefully controlled language gives confidence ■ Colour illustrations provide important visual clues ■ Stories focus on experiences relevant to young children ■ Stories are taken from a wide range of cultural backgrounds The series is divided into two levels of difficulty: READY for new readers who have learned the present tenses.

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What is Sand?

Go Barefoot

Clare M.G. Kemp

Joanne Johnson

Sand is hard. Sand is soft.

Barbara Applin

The Twins

What stories do the seabirds tell? What can you hear inside a seashell?

Barbara Applin

16pp | 9780333776032

16pp | 9780333954492

The Island-Hopping Game

The Toy Town Game

Barbara Applin

“Can I help you?” “How can I get to the market?”

16pp | 9780333920879

“We’re twins.” “So we have the same birthday.” 16pp | 9780333920886

Mango Tango Clare M.G. Kemp

I went to Antigua…and I brought back an alligator.

What Do You Want To Be? “What do you want to be?” “I want to be a footballer.”

Barbara Applin

24pp | 9780333954485

The plates crash. The lady screams.

24pp | 9780333920893

16pp | 9780333920862

All of the Ready, Go titles are 234 x 156mm.

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READERS

A superb collection of books which children will enjoy and want to read again and again. Aimed at children around 6 to 11 years old, Hop, Step, Jump is not a reading scheme, but a set of absorbing, child-centred stories, rhymes, riddles, songs and fact books, collected from diverse sources and excitingly illustrated in a variety of styles. The books are arranged at three language levels: Hop, Step and Jump. The series moves on from stories told in simple sentences with basic grammatical sentences (HOP), through freer use of language (STEP) to the level of reading reached at the end of primary school (JUMP). From these varied and individual books, students can choose those which challenge or strengthen their reading skills.

Sailing S ili Days

STEP

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Sherry North

Ping Pong P-Pan

Sailing Days

Barbara Applin

Sherry North

The school’s steel pans are locked in the shed at night…so who can be playing them?

When Jared moves from Trinidad to Switzerland, he fears his sailing days are over forever, but a new friend shows that he doesn’t need the sea to sail.

24pp | 9780333741429

Click! Flash!

32pp | 9781405028264

Barbara Applin

Shauna’s Hurricane

Click! Daniel’s taking a photo. Flash! What will it show in the dark?

Francine Jacobs

24pp | 9780333920770

“Quick! A hurricane is coming. I need your help.” “What about Brownie? I must keep her safe.”

The School that Sank

32pp | 9781405017015

Sherry North

“The school is sinking! We must find a way to save it!”

Gyp’s Puppies

24pp | 9780333976586

“Please, let me keep just one puppy. Gyp’s puppies are the best in the world.”

Water for Monique

32pp | 9781405025140

Sandra O. Browne

Shelley Davidow & Catherine Parrill

“Is it far to fetch the water? Look what Norly is making!”

Saving Mr Omardeen

32pp | 9780333974292

“There’s a great big iguana in the shak shak tree. I’m going to call it Mr Omardeen”.

Judy Stone

24pp | 9780333776230

The Angry Mountain Claudette Megan Adams

The peaceful village life of Johnny and his family is disrupted when the nearby volcano erupts. 24pp | 9780333741443

The Scottish-Island Girl Joanne Gail Johnson “Do you like Trinidad, Lizzy?” “Well, it’s very different from Scotland”.

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JUMP

Carly and the Crabholes

Digger’s Diner

Fire and Steel

The Village Storyteller

Natalie Williams

Joanne Gail Johnson

Judy Stone

Claudette Megan Adams

You can find crabholes on beaches in the Caribbean or in someone’s back yard. Just stare at them and you may be lucky.

Don’t let the dog catcher take Digger away! Digger is the cleverest dog detective in the world!

“What a noise!” “That’s not noise. It’s music. It’s the Bamboo Buccaneers steelband.”

When Tante Lou was a little girl, she heard the stories of how the village got its name. Now Tante Lou is an old lady and an odd figure in the village.

32pp | 9780333954454

Gary, the Smartest Gecko Thalia Bell

Gary is a Gecko. Is he the smartest gecko on Provo? 32pp | 9780333954461

Ninety-nine Potcakes

40pp | 9780333776223

40pp | 9781405024679

The Taming of Pudding-Pan Berna McIntosh

Francis and Peter learn how to cope with a bully and even make friends with him. 40pp | 9780333741412

Jeremia and the Trumpet Man Petronella Breinburg

“Play, boy, play”, said the voice in his dream. Jeremia took the trumpet. He blew and then found he really could play it! The more he played, the better he got. 48pp | 9780333920657

Alice Bain

Fisherwoman

“I’m fond of all animals, cats, dogs and such… But ninetynine potcakes is simply too much!”

Effie Adrienne

Sally’s Way

“Boys and girls are equal and they can do the same things”. But Sammy’s father doesn’t agree and it takes a broken leg to change his mind.

Joanne Gail Johnson

40pp | 9780333741436

40pp | 9780333954508

32pp | 9780333976593

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Go, Krabita, Go! Petronella Breinburg

“That Krabita isn’t a real goat.” Yes, he is! And he can win!” 48pp | 9780333953051

Running for Real Marcia M. Francois

As Sally sat hunched under the gushing water at the village stand pipe, she sang her multiplication tables to herself. “End of term exams soon, I feel a nervous wreck!”

Alvin wants to run in a real race. But Grandma doesn’t like this running thing. 40pp | 9780333922347

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READERS

This series of readers for children aged 6-12 offers a great mix of fun, cultural and informative fiction and non-fiction titles. The readers reinforce the basic structures and vocabulary found in most primary courses, and can be used as supplementary reading material with any primary course. Key features: ■ Each reader has a wordlist or picture dictionary, as well as activity pages at the back of the book ■ Children can listen, as well as read, with the

accompanying audio-CDs ■ Fact files and topical fictional stories in the

upper levels combine to motivate older children

LEVEL 1

LEVELS 1 and 2

Hide and Seek

Audio-CD

16pp | 9780230402003

(containing titles marked*)

The Frog and the Crocodile 16pp | 9780230402010

Colin’s Colours 16pp | 9781405057172

Pip the Pirate 16pp | 9781405057271

9780230028050

Audio-CD (containing remaining titles) 9781405081528

LEVEL 3 The Ants’ Party 24pp | 9781405057295

Fantastic Freddy* 16pp | 9780230010048

The Unhappy Giant 24pp | 9781405057301

Eddie’s Exercise* 16pp | 9780230010062

April Fool’s Day 24pp | 9781405074117

LEVEL 2 The Fancy Dress Competition 16pp | 9780230402027

Lunch at the Zoo 16pp | 9780230402034

Dom’s Dragon

Birds*/The Mysterious Egg 32pp | 9780230010123

Real Monsters*/The Princess and the Dragon 32pp | 9780230010147

Wild Animals/ A Hungry Visitor

20pp | 9781405057189

32pp | 9780230404939

Pat’s Picture 20pp | 9781405057264

Where does our Rubbish Go? /Let’s Recycle!

A Picnic Surprise!*

32pp | 9780230404946

16pp | 9780230010086

Where’s Rex?* 16pp | 9780230010109

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LEVEL 4 24pp | 9781405057288

What’s That Noise? 24pp | 9781405057196

New Year’s Eve

Castles/King Arthur’s Treasure 32pp | 9781405074148

London*/A Day in the City

24pp | 9781405074124

32pp | 9780230010208

Football Crazy!*/ What a Goal!

Dangerous Weather*/ The Weather Machine

32pp | 9780230010161

Dogs*/The Big Show 32pp | 9780230010185

Incredible Sculptures/ A Thief in the Museum 32pp | 9780230404977

The Music Around Us/ The Talent Contest 32pp | 9780230404984

LEVELS 3 and 4

READERS

Riverboat Bill

32pp | 9780230010222

LEVEL 6 Planets/School Trip to the Moon 32pp | 9781405057240

Machu Picchu/ Through the Fence 32pp | 9781405057257

Caves/The Lucky Accident 32pp | 9781405074131

Audio-CD (containing titles marked*) 9780230028067

Sharks and Dolphins*/ */ Dolphin Rescue 32pp | 9780230010246

Audio-CD (containing remaining titles) 9781405057332

LEVEL 5 Penguins/The Race to the South Pole 32pp | 9781405057226

Amazing Volcanoes/ The Legend of Batok Volcano

Gold*/Pirate’s Gold 32pp | 9780230010260

LEVELS 5 and 6 Audio-CD (containing titles marked*) 9780230028074

Audio-CD (containing remaining titles) 9781405081535

32pp | 9781405057233

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BARBARA MITCHELHILL, GILL MUNTON SUE GRAVES, RICHARD BROWN & LOUIS FIDGE (Series Editor) For children aged 3-12

Explorers - stories children love reading and teachers enjoy teaching Explorers is an eight-level reading scheme written specifically for young learners of English. Informed by the National Literacy Strategy and by teaching methodology for first language speakers of English, Explorers is supported by an understanding of the needs of young learners and teachers of English. The scheme, which currently has 64 titles, can be used alongside any primary course. Key Features: ■ The rich variety of text types including non-fiction

texts means any child can enjoy reading, wherever their interests lie ■ Comprehension and Vocabulary Workbooks practise

and develop a range of reading skills ■ Comprehension Extra activities in the Teacher’s Book

encourage students to consider aspects of the text such as characterisation, style and plot ■ Phonics Workbooks support systematic teaching of

phonics ■ Word recognition skills are reinforced by the

Workbooks and wordcards on the Teacher’s CD-ROM ■ The Teacher’s Book supports structured whole class

teaching with page by page lesson notes ■ Cross-curricular content at higher levels means

children can make links to other school subjects ■ The stories promote social values such as friendship

and respect

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Explorers 4 Adventures of Odysseus

Young Explorers and Explorers introduce cross-curricular content

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Young Explorers 2 Daisy’s Dancing Lesson

TEACHER TRAINING DVD available on request

To request an Explorers Catalogue or Teacher Training DVD email help@macmillan.com The Explorers resource site for teachers offers assessment packs for each level of the series. These include comprehension and word recognition tests, both with full teacher’s notes. There are also sample chapters and a dedicated area for parents with tips on how to help your child with reading.

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LOUIS FIDGE, GILL BUDGELL & GILL MUNTON READERS

For children aged 3-8

FOR 2012 The he Explorers Phon Phonics bring first language teaching methods to reading lessons in international classrooms. It focuses on how reading works, so children are able to read new texts and pronounce new words more easily. The Explorers Phonics complements the Macmillan English Explorers reading scheme and can also be used alongside any other reading programme. Key features: ■ Systematic, clearly defined and structured

book-by-book progression of phonics teaching that is in line with the existing Phonics Workbooks from the Macmillan English Explorers series ■ The phonics focus is set within the context

of a story to ensure students read for meaning ■ Popular and familiar characters from the

Macmillan English Explorers series can be found along with the introduction of new contexts and characters ■ Detailed teacher’s notes show how to

focus on letters and sounds to support pronunciation, reading and spelling

About the authors Louis Fidge is passionate about the importance of quality primary education, and literacy in particular. He has over forty years’ experience in primary education, including as principal of a primary school in the Middle East. Louis is a widely published author of children’s textbooks in the UK and is involved in curriculum development and teacher training internationally, while managing in his spare time (!) to be the series editor for the whole of the Explorers series.

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Gill Budgell has worked in education for over 25 years as a teacher, children’s author and publisher. She is committed to developing and writing the very best literary resources for teaching and learning for UK and international markets and has written a number of publications focusing specifically on phonics.

With an extensive background in primary publishing for literacy, Gill Munton has written numerous reading scheme titles for major UK publishers – fiction, non-fiction, poetry and plays. For Macmillan’s Explorers series she has so far written 36 of the books, ranging from original stories to retellings of myths, legends and classic children’s stories. Most recently she has written 8 of the phonics readers.

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FOUNDATION SKILLS

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. Key features: ■ Helpful hints for the teacher on teaching handwriting ■ Real-life writing tasks, for example, writing a diary ■ Includes number formation

Ch Children learn to form lower case and capital letters. an

Young Writers bridges the gap between unjoined and joined-up writing. By level 3, children are producing joined-up words, phrases and sentences.

Little Writers A

Little Writers B

48pp | 97814050607900

Little Writers C

32pp | 9781405060783

Young Writers 1

Young Writers 2

Young Writers 3

48pp | 9781405017183

48pp | 9781405017190

48pp | 9781405060806-6

48pp | 97814050172066

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FOUNDATION SKILLS

Naomi Simmons

One level for children aged 21/2 -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, (see page 34) or independently as a one-year pre-primary course. Hello Jojo is designed for children aged between 2½ and four years. The methodology reflects the cognitive development of this age group and places an emphasis on movement and receptive skills. Topics such as family, colour and food are designed to be familiar to the children. Key features: ■ Methodology reflects the cognitive development of this age group, with an emphasis on movement and receptive skills ■ Eight units cover topics from the children’s world such as family, colours and food ■ Simple stories introduce the idea of sequencing and prepare for more complex concepts later on ■ One-per-term Activity Books combine language and number work ■ Stickers for each unit engage the children in activities and reward them for good work ■ Additional activities in the Teacher’s Book accommodate different lesson lengths and number of teaching hours, and different abilities within the class ■ Development of skills such as left to right pencil progression, gives children a good grounding for reading and writing

Pupil’s Book

Activity Book 2

Flashcards

Sticker Pack

72pp | 276 x 216mm | 9780230727809

32pp | 276 x 216mm | 9780230727823

9780230727830

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Activity Book 1

Teacher’s Book

Audio-CDs x 2

32pp | 276 x 216mm | 9780230727816

212pp | 276 x 216mm | 9780230727793

9780230727847

Active time uses children’s natural energy in activities involving movement

Letter and number formation are integral to the course

Sticker activities are motivating for young learners and develop motor skills

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Quiet time gives pupils the opportunity to concentrate on a task at their own pace

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Two levels for children aged 4-5

Naomi Simmons 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. Key features ■ Appealing course characters and enjoyable stories ensure motivation for the children ■ Language is presented through a variety of exciting and enjoyable activities ■ Units follow a regular pattern giving the children a sense of security ■ Reading and writing skills are systematically developed ■ Memorable songs and chants develop listening and speaking skills ■ Fun and easy-to-use craft activities help children to learn by doing ■ Numbers Book develops numeracy alongside literacy

LEVEL 1 Pupil’s Book

Numbers Book

Audio-CDs x 2

64pp | 9781405079440

84pp | 9781405079464

9780230027176

Activity Book

Teacher’s Book

Flashcards

96pp | 9781405079457

256pp | 9781405079471

9781405079495

Poster Pack 9781405079488

LEVEL 2 Pupil’s Book

Numbers Book

Audio-CDs x 3

64pp | 9781405079518

84pp | 9781405079532

9780230027183

Activity Book

Teacher’s Book

Flashcards

96pp | 9781405079525

256pp | 9781405079549

9781405079563

Poster Pack 9781405079556

The engaging characters and motivating story in every unit provide a natural context for language learning

Enjoyable activities practise the vocabulary

Flashcards further reinforce vocabulary and sounds

All of the You and Me titles are 276 x 219mm.

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TPR (Total Physical Response) activities reinforce meaning and are fun for young children


TEACHING RESOURCES & SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL

Macmillan Primary Teaching Handbooks A series of highly practical teacher’s guides designed specifically for the pre-service and in-service needs of primary school teachers. They are aimed at both teacher trainees and practising teachers in lower and upper primary. While tackling important issues in depth they are accessible, easy to read and modern. The advice is based on what teachers actually have to do in the classroom and the problems they face. Key features ■ Tackle important issues in-depth in an attractive, easy-to-use format ■ Written in clear, simple language ■ Provide practical suggestions for how to teach and improve teaching methods ■ All topics contain activities to help teachers develop as professionals

Primary Teaching Methods

Teaching Primary Science

Teaching Primary Mathematics

Teaching Primary English

Dawn Quist

Alan Peacock

John Suffolk

Hilary Thompson

Teaching Primary Environmental and Social Studies

152pp | 9780333720554

120pp | 9780333750155

224pp | 9780333750162

160pp | 9780333771464

Liz Paren 136pp | 9780333750179

Teaching about HIV and AIDS in the Caribbean

Key Issues in Teacher Education A Sourcebook for Teacher Educators

Diane Browne, Gisela Winkler and Maren Bodenstein

Janet Stuart, Kwame Akyeampong and Alison Croft

144pp | 9781405085939

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Key Issues in Teacher Education is a resource for teacher educators and those involved in teacher development. It aims to help readers improve their work by broadening their knowledge of ways teacher education can be practised, and by deepening their understanding of the principles behind supporting teacher learning. 248pp | 9781405079990

EDITION

700 00 0 Cl Classroom Activities Instant Lessons for Busy Teachers David Seymour & Maria Popova

This is a book which does exactly what it says on the cover. It provides a huge instant repertoire of teaching ideas – including both classroom classics and fresh, new activities ranging from elementary to upper intermediate.

500 Activities for the Primary Classroom Immediate Ideas and Solutions Carol Read

500 Activities for the Primary Classroom is the answer to that perennial question of “What on earth am I going to do with my classroom tomorrow?” Aimed at teachers of children between the ages of 3-12, this is a lively, varied compendium of ideas and classroom activities. Every primary teacher and teacher trainer will want to have this book!

160pp | 9781405080019 320pp | 9781405099073

Macmillan Children’s Dictionary Carolyn Barraclough

The Macmillan Children’s Dictionary is a beautifully illustrated photographic picture dictionary which can be used alongside any children’s course. ■ Over 800 words and photographs ■ Graded reading and writing activities to practise key vocabulary and allow ultimate flexibility for any age or level 96pp | 9780333953037

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STORY BOOKS

Treasure House 2

Treasure House Compiled and Edited by Veronica Simon and Barbara Applin

A Caribbean Anthology Compiled and Edited by

Veronica Simon Barbara Applin

and

Treasure House is a series of illustrated anthologies for young readers, with stories and poems from all over the Caribbean. Treasure House 1 is suitable for readers aged from 8–10 years old and Treasure House 2 is suitable for readers aged from 10-12 years old. Each story or poem is followed by questions, activities and discussion points, one to consider before the reading and others to follow after, perhaps with friends or in class groups. The authors talk about themselves and what inspired them, and the afterword encourages the young readers to look back and reflect on what they have experienced in exploring these wonderful Treasure Houses.

Treasure House 1 B/w illustrations | 168pp | 196 x 129mm | 9781405030946

Treasure House 2 B/w illustrations | 248pp | 196 x 129mm | 9781405027342

Macmillan Bible Stories Retold by C. Christian Beautifully illustrated storybooks to bring freshness and colour to familiar bible stories. The stories are written with great sensitivity and are designed to encourage children to put themselves into the places and times portrayed. Both children and adults will find their imaginations stimulated and will want to read the stories over and over again. The books are arranged at two language levels and are written in simple and readable English.

LEVEL 1 David the Giant-killer

Moses in Egypt

32pp | 9780333694800

40pp | 9780333639375

Jesus the Story Teller

The Good Samaritan

40pp | 9780333694824

32pp | 9780333639351

LEVEL 2 Peter and the First Christians

Lost but Found 48pp | 9780333639412

Moses in the Wilderness

48pp | 9780333694855

48pp | 9780333694831

All of the Macmillan Bible Stories titles are 230 x 187mm.

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Tarik and the Island of Adventure Tarik’s computer is sucking him into a threatening world. It is determined to WIN the game against him. He MUST discover how to stop it winning…or he, his sister Penelope and his best friend Eddy could lose their lives. B/w illustrations | 216pp | 216 x 138mm | 9781405028271

STORY BOOKS

Lee Kessell

Caribbean Folk Tales & Fantasies Michael Anthony

Caribbean Folk Tales & Fantasies is a collection of folk and fantasy stories told in a delightfully charming way that will enthral generations. B/w illustrations | 104pp | 216 x 138mm | 9781405028967

Once Below a Time Bahamian Stories Edited by Telcine Turner

Short stories and poems written by students of the College of The Bahamas for young readers of approximately 7-10 years old. This is a companion volume to Climbing Clouds (see page 43) which is for older readers. B/w illustrations | 80pp | 216 x 138mm | 9780333458358

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 - no one, that is, until 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. 120pp | 216 x 138mm | 9781405028288

Anansi the Spider Man Philip M. Sherlock

Anansi the Spider Man is a collection of fifteen Jamaican folktales, illustrated with over fifty black and white drawings. B/w illustrations | 96pp | 216 x 138mm | 9780333353264

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SCIENCE

NEW EDITIONS WITH INTERACTIVE CD-ROMs

Series Editor: Dr Mike Taylor This popular and established series has been completely revised and updated. The series has been written by highly experienced teachers especially for students studying for the CSEC® General Proficiency examinations. The books have been written to make it easy to study a whole topic from scratch, or to seek out answers to specific problems. The new editions include interactive CD-ROMs offering further study on challenging topics with the syllabus.  The wide range of activities, animations, videos, games and experiments offer a new and exciting way for students to learn, as well as greatly increasing their enjoyment in the subject.  A markbook and feedback for every question allow students to monitor their progress and encourage learner independence.

Learning objectives are stated for each chapter

Covers all sections of the latest CSEC® syllabus

Questions in the margins enable students to check their understanding as they read

Table summaries and diagrams provide all the essential information

Topics covered on the CD are indicated alongside corresponding topics in the textbook Diagrams and photographs with captions illustrate important points The books form a useful reference resource for teachers

Multiple-choice, short answer and essay questions, as set in the examinations, are given for practice at the end of each chapter

Keywords highlighted in the margins form a glossary

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SCIENCE

Markbook: check your progress

Games: how much can you remember?

Biology for CSEC® Examinations Pack 2ND EDITION Linda Atwaroo-Ali 376pp | 9780230034822

Multiple-choice questions: interactive exam practice

Chemistry for CS CSEC CSEC® EC®® Ex EC Examinations Pack 2ND EDITION Tania Chung-Harris & Mike Taylor 440pp | 9780230720954

Interactive activities: test your knowledge with a variety of activities

Animations: watch and learn as diagrams come to life

Physics for CS CSEC® SEC EC®® Ex Exam Examinations amiinations Pack 2ND EDITION Alex Farley & Clarence Trotz

Interactive Science for CSEC® Examinations are the fun, new way to study and revise for CSEC® examinations. These CD-ROMs are available to buy as standalone items.

600pp | 9780230720930

Interactive Biology for CSEC® Examinations nations 9780230402096

Interactive Chemistry for CSEC® Examinations minations 9780230402102

Interactive Physics for CSEC® Examinations 9780230402089

Interactive Integrated Science for CSEC® Examinations 9780230402126

Interactive Human & Social Biology for CSEC® Examinations

Integrated Science for CSEC® Integrated E Examinations Pack 2ND EDITION TTania Chung-Harris 488pp | 9780230721029 4

9780230402119

TEACHER’S RESOURCES Visit www.macmillan-caribbean.com where you can download FREE teacher’s resources.

Human & Sociall B H Bi Biology iollogy for CSEC® E Examinations Pack LESSON PLANS

WORKSHEETS

ANSWER SHEETS

6TH EDITION PPhil hil Gadd 432pp | 9780230721005 4

All Macmillan Science for CSEC® Examinations titles are 276 x 219mm.

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LANGUAGE ARTS & LITERATURE

Julia Sander The course has been written through a close collaboration between the author and experienced Caribbean teachers and English specialists: 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) English Matters is a comprehensive four-level series for Caribbean students, which provides thorough preparation for lower secondary and CSEC® examinations. Student’s Books 1-3 are supported by detailed Teacher’s Books with audio-CDs to develop listening and speaking skills. Workbooks provide additional practice of key points. Key features include: ■ Complete coverage of Caribbean English syllabi as shown in Scope and Sequence charts ■ A contemporary approach including up-to-date texts on current issues and suggestions for using IT ■ A focus on skill development leading to independent learning ■ A lively task-based approach with lots of student activities ■ A range of stimulating listening and speaking tasks and audio-CDs with recordings made in different settings ■ A wide selection of reading texts of manageable length, with comprehension questions at different levels ■ Thorough coverage of grammar, including practice exercises at different levels and a reference section ■ Step-by-step guidance on developing writing skills ■ Consolidation exercises and extension material for students of different abilities ■ Teacher’s Books providing support and fresh ideas for teachers for Grades 7-9 ■ The English Matters for CSEC® Examinations 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

STUDENT’S BOOKS

STUDENT’S BOOKS 1-3 SHADOW THE NEW CCSLC® SYLLABUS AND PROVIDE RELEVANT SKILLS AND EXAM PREPARATION FOR THIS ASSESSMENT

GRADE 7 Student’s Book 1

GRADE 7 Workbook 1

224pp | 9780230023642

112pp | 9780230023673

GRADE 8 Student’s Book 2

GRADE 8 Workbook 2

224pp | 9780230023659

112pp | 9780230023680

GRADE 9 Student’s Book 3

GRADE 9 Workbook 3

232pp | 9780230023666

120pp | 9780230023697

CSEC® English Matters for CSEC® Examinations (Student’s Book & Audio-CD Pack) 328pp | 9780230412217

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TEACHER’S PACKS

WORKBOOKS

TEACHER’S PACKS INCLUDE A TEACHER’S BOOK & AUDIO-CD

GR GRADE RAD ADE E7 Teacher’s Pack 1 160pp | 9780230037779

GRADE 8 Teacher’s Pack 2 160pp | 9780230038950

GRADE 9 Teacher’s Pack 3 160pp | 9780230038967

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STUDENT’S BOOKS

The listening, speaking, comprehension and writing tasks in the units are all fully integrated

Reading texts come from a wide range of Caribbean and international authors from the English speaking world

LANGUAGE ARTS & LITERATURE

The Enrichment section provides two pages of extension material per unit which is ideal for students who complete their work quickly

Scope and Sequence charts provide teachers with an overview of each unit along with an insight into the skills practised. They can be used to locate exercises on a specific point and to check that the full syllabus has been covered

Glossary, reference sections and an index provide quick reference points for students and teachers and encourage learner independence

WORKBOOKS

The Workbooks provide consolidation and extra activities which are ideal for students who need extra practice

Revision activities at the end of each chapter include self-assessment tests, and can also be used as extra test material

TEACHER’S BOOKS The Teacher’s Books provide step-by-step guidance on how to approach the activities in the Student’s Books

Numerous Teaching Tips provide teachers with fresh ideas on how to teach the topics

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FOR 2011

Macmillan Study Companions Debbie Jacob Macmillan Study Companions are a new concept in preparing secondary school students for literature exams. They explore Caribbean literature in a systematic way designed to guide students through their preparation for standardised tests including CXC® and CAPE®. These Study Companions place each literary text in its historical and social context. Macmillan Study Companions offer in-depth discussions about Caribbean literature and the writing process.

Macmillan Study Companions include the following features: ■ A concise summary of the text ■ A discussion of key literary elements ■ A detailed analysis of key

■ A list of key vocabulary words ■ A variety of skill-building exercises ■ A sample of analytical essays

literary concepts

FOR 2011 Macmillan M ill Study Companion: Poetry for the CSEC® English B Examination Prescribed List for 2012-2017 Sharon R. Wilson-Strann

SECOND EDITION 136pp | 216 x 138mm | 9780230418028

Macmillan Study Companion: Beka Lamb Zee Edgell 96pp | 216 x 138mm | 9780230012462

Macmillan Study Companion: Brother Man Roger Mais 96pp | 216 x 138mm | 9780230011878

Macmillan Study Companion: The Humming-Bird Tree Ian McDonald 88pp | 216 x 138mm | 9781405069427

Macmillan Study Companion: Moon on a Rainbow Shawl Errol John 80pp | 216 x 138mm | 9781405030939

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P.L. Maxwell

This comprehensive and practical text supports teaching of English and communication skills with interesting, informative and useful material. At the same time, it engages the learner in explorations and activities that will develop academic and life skills in an entertaining way. 240pp | 248 x 187mm | 9780333803691 Caribbean Examinations Council Prescribed English Syllabus Poem for the 2012 – 2014 Examinations (This is the Dark Time, My Love)

Poems by Martin Carter Edited by Stewart Brown and Ian McDonald

LANGUAGE ARTS & LITERATURE

Macmillan English for CSEC® Examinations

A committed freedom fighter for his people, “welding my flesh to freedom” with his pen, Martin Carter was known as the Poet of Resistance, and today is recognized as one of the great poets of the region, if not the world. 136pp | 216 x 138mm | 9781405069472 Caribbean Examinations Council Recommended Text for the English B Examinations - Year Group 2

Backfire A Collection of Caribbean Short Stories Compiled and edited by Undine & Neville Giuseppi

This collection of seventeen Caribbean short studies is compiled for use in secondary schools, and embraces both the old and the new of West Indian writing from the 1930s to the present day. 120pp | B/w illustrations | 216 x 138mm | 9780333152195

Act of God A Collection of Caribbean Short Stories Compiled and edited by Undine & Neville Giuseppi

This collection of short stories marks the long-awaited sequel to Backfire. Like Backfire, Act of God will be a pleasurable and stimulating literary experience for both teachers and students alike. 152pp | B/w illustrations | 216 x 138mm | 9780333997130

Caribbean Examinations Council Recommended Text for the English B Examinations - Year Groups 4 & 5

Brother Man Roger Mais

Originally published in 1954 and acclaimed around the world as one of the classics of Caribbean fiction, Brother Man is the tragic story of an honest Rastafarian healer caught up in a web of intrigue and betrayal in Jamaica’s tough West Kingston slums. 192pp | 216 x 138mm | 9781405062961

See page 42 for the Brother Man Study Companion.

The Humming-Bird Tree Ian McDonald

Alan was too young to understand why his parents preferred him to play with the other white boys on the estate. But gradually he learned that if he was going to meet Kaiser and Jaillin, he had to pretend he was going to meet someone else. Sometimes, horribly, the pretending became real, and Alan found himself in betrayal of the friendship that meant so much to him 200pp | 216 x 138mm | 9781405024686

See page 42 for the The Humming-Bird Tree Study Companion.

A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Caribbean Examinations Council Prescribed English Syllabus Text for the 2012 – 2014 Examinations

Macmillan Modern Shakespeare is a new wayy of looking at Shakespeare Shakespeare, ideal for students unfa unfamiliar with the historical and cultural background of the texts. ■ Full length, unabridged, larger format editions ■ Two-colour illustrations throughout ■ Notes appear on the same page as the text

■ Includes: comprehensive notes and glossary, full historical

and cultural background, plot summary, character notes and sketches and discussion questions

96pp | 277 x 210mm | 9780333393420

Climbing Clouds Stories and Poems from the Bahamas Edited by Telcine Turner B/w illustrations | 96pp | 216 x 138mm | 9780333458365

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LANGUAGE ARTS & LITERATURE

The C. Everard Palmer Collection C. Everard Palmer was born in Kendal in the Jamaican parish of Hanover. He had his early education in the rural community after which he attended Mico Teachers’ College in Kingston. He worked as a journalist with the Gleaner Company before starting a career as an author. All his stories have so far been inspired by the memories of his childhood, and though the people and incidents are imagined they could easily have been real. These popular works of junior fiction are all exciting stories of life in rural Jamaica, told with warmth, affection and insight.

Caribbean Examinations Council Recommended Text - Year Group 1

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Caribbean Examinations Council Recommended Text - Year Group 1

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My Fathe Father, athe Sun-Sun Johnson

The Cloud Clou C lou with the Silver Lining

This book combines an irresistible gaiety of style with a sensitive understanding of the relationship between father and son.

Warmth and colour fill this lovely story of life in the Jamaican countryside before the days of electricity. Laszlo Ac’s sensitive and lively drawings add to the pleasure of this book.

136pp | 196 x 129mm | 9780230733466

168pp | 196 x 129mm | 9780230733442

Full Circle The Rami Johnson Story This sequel to My Father, Sun-Sun Johnson is the life affirming story of how Rami Johnson overcomes tragedy to rebuild his home and his life and restores his family’s fortune. 144pp | 186 x 124mm | 9780333996485

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Big D Bi Doc Bitteroot Bitt t This book is rich in character and rich in atmosphere. The sun seems to generate an energy and a capacity for fun in the people of Kendal, so that even the smallest event is a happening to be relished and remembered. 160pp | 184 x 124mm | 9780333583166

Caribbean Examinations Council Recommended Text - Year Group 1

EDITION A Cow ow w Ca Called Boy A touching story of Josh’s fight to save his hand-reared bull-calf, Boy, from the butcher’s greedy hands.

A Time To Say Goodbye This is the last book in the trilogy of the Johnson saga. The story is told by Donna Rae Johnson, Rami’s wife, and a teacher. Jake has long left Kendal, but he returns. Once again, Jake’s plans are left in ruins as he fails to make the comeback he hoped for… 120pp | 186 x 124mm | 9781405075398

96pp | 196 x 129mm | 9780230733435

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Caribbean Examinations Council Recommended Text - Year Group 1

Baba B b and d Mr M Big Bi

The Sun Th S Salutes S l t Y You

The story, set in Jamaica like all of Everard Palmer’s stories, is funny, exciting – and keeps us guessing until the end.

In spite of the tension inherent in the plot, this shows the same gaiety and zest that characterise Palmer’s previous stories. With vivid phrases and fresh dialogue, the author brings to life the characters of this Jamaican village.

96pp | 184 x 124mm | 9780333583173

144pp | 184 x 123mm | 9780333368381

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MATHEMATICS

Caribbean Mathematics for Today Surendra S.P. Raghunandan Caribbean Mathematics for Today has been written specifically to provide the ideal foundation for success at CXC® (CSEC®) and beyond. Key features include: ■ Clear and concise explanations of concepts ■ Numerous examples with step-by-step explanations ■ Alternative methods of solving problems ■ Extensive practice exercises ■ Multiple-choice questions Each book caters for students of all abilities, and students should be able to comfortably work through the examples and exercises independently.

Word problems are given where appropriate to construct a bridge between mathematics and everyday life

Chapter arrangement facilitates the development of deductive reasoning and experience of skills

Content is presented in a clear and straightforward way

Examples are given to illustrate simple approaches to solving problems and to create directions in logical thinking

Book 1

Book 2

Book 3

224pp | 9780230026087

224pp | 9780230026094

208pp | 9780230026070

All of the Caribbean Mathematics for Today titles are 248 x 187mm.

Mathematics for Today for CSEC® Examinations Geoff Buckwell, Tania Chung Harris and Robert Solomon Mathematics for Today for CSEC® Examinations is a two volume course written specifically for students who are preparing to sit the CXC® (CSEC®) examination at either the Basic or General level of proficiency. It is ideal for use either as a school text, or for home study. The authors hope that the lively style will generate enthusiasm for mathematics and encourage students to go on to further study. Candidates for the Basic level will omit certain parts of Book 1 (clearly identified). Book 2 contains all the optional topics for the General level of proficiency.

Book 1

Book 2

336pp | 276 x 219mm | 9781405007580

344pp | 276 x 219mm | 9781405007597

Word problems are given where appropriate to construct a bridge between mathematics and everyday life

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MACMILLAN MATHEMATICS FOR THE CARIBBEAN Geoff Buckwell & Robert Solomon This course has been written in a close collaboration between the authors and experienced Caribbean teachers and Mathematics specialists: 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) Maths Matters: Macmillan Mathematics for the Caribbean is a comprehensive four-level series for Caribbean students, which provides thorough preparation for lower secondary and CSEC® examinations. Students Books 1-3 are supported by Teacher's Books and Workbooks which provide additional practice of key points. The series adopts a lively approach and offers: ■ Thorough coverage of national syllabi shown in scope and sequence charts ■ A clear exposition of methods through worked examples ■ Revision material where relevant ■ Many exercises for practice, revision, homework and examination (CSEC text) ■ 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 ■ Teacher’s Books provide step-by-step guidance on how to approach the activities in the Student’s Books

FOR 2012

STUDENT’S BOOKS

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TE TEACHER’S TEA BOOKS

GRADE 7/FORM 1 Student’s Book 1

GRADE 7/FORM 1 Workbook 1

GRADE 7/FORM 1 Teacher’s Book 1

240pp | 9780230029873

120pp | 9780230400269

112pp | 9780230400290

GRADE 8/FORM 2 Student’s Book 2

GRADE 8/FORM 2 Workbook 2

GRADE 8/FORM 2 Teacher’s Book 2

232pp | 9780230029880

72pp | 9780230400276

112pp | 97802304003060

GRADE 9/FORM 3 Student’s Book 3

GRADE 9/FORM 3 Workbook 3

GRADE 9/FORM 3 Teacher’s Book 3

248pp | 9780230029897

72pp | 9780230400283

112pp | 9780230400313

CSEC® Macmillan Mathematics for CSEC® Examinations 464pp | 9780230400320

All Maths Matters Student’s Books and Workbooks are 276 x 219mm. All Maths Matters Teacher’s Books are 248 x 187mm.

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MATHEMATICS

STUDENT’S BOOKS

Key skills you will learn in this unit learning objectives are clearly listed at the start of the unit

What you need to know – lists the preliminary knowledge required for the unit. Where relevant, revision material is also provided

Progress Exercise – tests students’ understanding of the material covered in the unit

Summary – a recap of what has been achieved in the unit

Multiple choice questions providing practice for examination papers

The books are attractively presented in colour and are designed to be relevant to students’ lives

WORKBOOKS

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The Workbooks provide consolidation and extra activities which are ideal for students who need extra practice

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MODERN LANGUAGES

Series Editor: Jeannette Allsopp Malva J. Lewis • Yolanda E. Nelson-Springer • Erskine Padmore • Sally Seetahal-Mohammed 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.

■ 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 ■ Contains new scope and sequence pages and a full grammar review at the back of the book with verb tables

Projects and related activities allow students to explore the Spanish language and to discover the similarities and differences between their own country and the Hispanic speaking world

Gradual progression in the presentation of language structures gives students the opportunity to absorb grammar and vocabulary more fully Full colour throughout

Numerous exercises and the functional nature of the series enable students to practise and become proficient in all four key skills: speaking, reading, writing and listening

Suitable for all Caribbean Secondary Spanish Syllabuses

The Dime Tanto Más Workbook is a new addition to the series for CSEC® level. It is an excellent companion to the Student’s Book and includes: ■ Exercises closely linked to the CSEC® syllabus content ■ Clear instructions so that students can work comfortably on their own ■ A general/overall review consolidating all the grammatical elements and relevant vocabulary ■ A companion CD with listening passages, recorded in Kingston, Jamaica.

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MODERN LANGUAGES The Authors Jeannette Allsopp has over forty years’ experience as a foreign language educator and is at present Director of the Caribbean Anglophone and Multilingual Dictionary Programmes at the University of the West Indies in Barbados.

STUDENT’S PACKS

WORKBOOKS

Student’s Pack 1: Dime

Workbook 1: Dime

(Grade 7/Form 1)

Sally Seetahal-Mohammed (Grade 7/Form 1)

128pp | 9780230013063

80pp | 9780333959404

Student’s Pack 2: Dime Mucho

Workbook 2: Dime Mucho

Malva J. Lewis has over twenty-five years’ experience of teaching Spanish at secondary school level.

(Grade 8/ Form 2) 136pp | 9780230020085

Sally Seetahal-Mohammed (Grade 8/ Form 2)

Erskine Padmore has taught French and Spanish at the Lodge School, Barbados for over 12 years.

Student’s Pack 3: Dime Mucho Más

80pp | 9780333959411

(Grade 9/Form 3)

Workbook 3: Dime Mucho Más

Yolanda E. Nelson Springer has taught for a number of years and is presently a primary school Spanish teacher in Barbados. Sally Seetahal-Mohammed has taught for over 20 years. She has been involved with CXC® at both the CSEC® and CAPE® levels in both Trinidad and St Lucia.

160pp| 9780230020092

Student’s Pack 4: Dime Tanto Más

80pp | 9780333959428

2ND EDITION

(CSEC) 168pp | 9780230731752

Workbook 4 Pack: Dime Tanto Más Sally Seetahal-Mohammed (CSEC)

All Dime titles are 248 x 187mm.

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96pp | 9780230411999

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BUSINESS EDUCATION

Business for CSEC® Examinations Series Editor: Dr Mike Taylor

This new series of texts from Macmillan has been written especially for students studying for the CSEC® examinations in business subjects. The authors are all highly experienced teachers in Caribbean schools. The books have been designed to make it easy to study a whole topic from scratch, or to seek out answers to individual problems. A chapter on the SBA component is included along with examination-style and multiple-choice questions for review purposes and examination practice.

Questions throughout the text allow students to check their understanding as they study

Examination-style questions and multiple choice questions for review purposes and examination practice

Keywords highlighted in the margins form a glossary

Learning objectives stated at the beginning of each chapter with a summary at the end

FOR 2012

Offi Office ffice ce A Administration for CSEC® Examinations Colleen Walker & Allison Trenfield-Newsome 304pp | 276 x 219mm | 9780230029484

FOR 2012

Electronic Electro ectro ctro Document Preparation Management for CSEC® Examinations Pack (with interactive CD-ROM) Howard Campbell & Olivene Bogle 396pp | 276 x 219mm | 9780230429123

Economics for CSEC® Examinations Patricia Gopie 256pp | 276 x 219mm | 9781405086486

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Principles of Accounts for CSEC® Examinations

Principles of Business for CSEC® Examinations

3RD EDITION Gaynelle Holdip and Cecelia Lamorell

5TH EDITION Ivan Waterman, Dave Ramsingh and Alvin Ramsaroop

320pp | 276 x 219mm | 9780230028746

392pp | 276 x 219mm | 9780230716445

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I.T. & INDUSTRIAL ARTS

Information Technology for CSEC® Examinations Howard Campbell & Dr Alan Wood This new, full-colour text from Macmillan offers comprehensive coverage of the new CSEC® Information Technology syllabus. It has been developed by highly experienced teachers, and is fully up-to-date with the latest examples of modern technology and the use of ICT. The book includes an interactive CD-ROM offering further practice on the most challenging topics within each section. The interactive activities are specifically designed to engage students, keep them on-task and improve learning. 400pp | 276 x 219mm | 9780230721043

Macmillan Information Technology for CSEC® Examinations: ■ Provides full coverage of the new syllabus ■ Includes TEN different assessment methods ■ Provides extensive coverage of programming and problem -solving topics ■ Provides full support for the Pascal programming language

Learning objectives are stated for each chapter

■ Provides advice and step-by-step guidance for the SBA

Tables summarise essential information and definitions are highlighted in blue

component including a 165 page supplement on the CD-ROM.

Markbook enables evaluation by teacher and self-monitoring by student

Information is presented in a new and stimulating way

Diagrams and photographs with captions illustrate important points

Activities reinforce knowledge and develop skills in a fun-filled and exciting way

Fully worked SBA provides step-by-step guidance

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I.T. & INDUSTRIAL ARTS

A series of texts for Industrial, Vocational and Technical Information, tailored for a wide range of courses and syllabuses in secondary schools, colleges and other institutions of education and training. All titles have been written by experienced subject specialists and contain the most up-to-date information as well as reference, theory, diagrams and activities, all in a single volume. The attractive presentation and controlled language will appeal to students and teachers.

Building Construction Principles and Practices

Motor Vehicle Technology for Mechanics

D. Walton & J.C. Durkin

288pp | 9780333601594

P.J. Read & V.C. Reid

248pp | 9780333605226

Business Management Studies

Practical Electricity and Electronics

P. Turner & D. Turner

J. Watson

272pp | 9780333600559

200pp | 9780333600566

Computer Studies and Information Technology

Practical Plumbing C.J. Smith & B. Curry 304pp | 9780333616574

NEW EDITION R. Dolden & T. Driscoll

Practical Welding

448pp | 9781405074506

S. Gibson 256pp | 9780333609576

Electrical Installation Principles and Practices

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology

J.M. Hyde

N. Cook

224pp | 9780333601600

208pp | 9780333609583

Essential Mathematics for Technicians

Technical Drawing with Design

R.C. Solomon

A. Yarwood

208pp | 9780333677964

240pp | 9780333601617

Introductory Radio and Television Electronics

Textiles A. Hartley 320pp | 9780333616581

J.J. Johnson & B. Fletcher 240pp | 9780333616567

Woodwork Technology

Metalwork Technology

J.K.N. Sackey

J.K.N. Sackey & S.K. Amoakohene

240pp | 9780333600535

240pp | 9780333600542

All Motivate titles are 276 x 219mm.

Art, Craft & Design Clodagh Holahan and Maureen Roche 352pp | 277 x 219mm 9780717120314

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GEOGRAPHY

Geography NEW for CSEC® Examinations FROM MACMILLAN

Neil E. Sealey Series Editor: Dr Mike Taylor Geography for CSEC® Examinations is one of a series of books written especially for students studying for CSEC® examinations. The authors are all highly experienced teachers in Caribbean schools. The books have been designed to make it easy to study a whole topic, or to seek out answers to specific problems. The book can be used by individual students and teachers or as a reference source for group work. It includes advice and field work guidance for the SBA component. 360pp | 276 x 219mm | 9781405098908

Learning objectives stated for each chapter

Keywords highlighted in the margins form a glossary

Diagrams and pictures encourage understanding

Written for the latest CSEC®syllabus

In-Text-Questions encourage students to check their understanding as they read

Multiple-choice and examination-style questions are included for review purposes

About the authors Neil E. Sealey taught geography at The College of The Bahamas for many years and is the author of a large number of books and articles on the Caribbean. He was educated in the Caribbean and England, and at Oxford and London Universities. Dr Mike Taylor (MA, PhD, CChem, FRSC) has been actively involved in education and teaching for over forty years. He has considerable experience of teacher training and has examined science at ‘O’ and ‘A’ levels all over the world.

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Modern Caribbean Geography

GEOGRAPHY

THIRD EDITION John Niles

The third edition of this popular, established text looks at the ways in which people make a living in the Caribbean and relates these activities to resources, both human and physical. The book has been extensively rewritten and expanded to take into account changes in the CXC® syllabus which it covers in full.

Key features: ■ New maps, tables and diagrams in full colour ■ New design layout ■ Text substantially rewritten in line with the latest syllabus requirements ■ Chapter on map-reading includes colour Ordnance Survey map extract to add realism to practical exercises ■ Guidance on how to do well in field studies: SBA (School Based Assessment) 248pp | 276 x 219mm | 9781405002547

Macmillan Caribbean Certificate Atlass THIRD EDITION

A completely revised and expanded atlas focusing on the most accurate and up-to-date digital mapping of all countries of the Caribbean, with special thematic maps newly designed to illustrate the economic and social character of the region. New digital world maps are incorporated from a series of internationally acclaimed Macmillan school atlases.

Key features: ■ Completely revised and expanded by educational specialists

in the Caribbean region ■ Particular attention paid to meeting the needs of the latest

syllabus requirements of CXC®, BGCSE, A-Level and CAPE® ■ Contains over 220 informative and stimulating maps, as

well as related photographs, satellite imagery, diagrams and explanatory text 160pp | 300 x 230mm | 9780333924105

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History for CSEC® Examinations HISTORY

3RD EDITION Brian Dyde, Robert Greenwood and Shirley Hamber History for CSEC® Examinations will prove indispensable to anyone teaching or studying the history of the region. The series, comprising three books, tells in a straightforward and stimulating way the story of the people of many races and of many nations who have inhabited the region from the earliest times up to the present day. The third edition of the series has been completely revised and expanded and meets all the requirements of the latest Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC®) syllabus of the Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC®).

Book 1: Amerindians to Africans Book 1 deals with the events that took place from the first human settlement of the region in prehistoric times to the end of the eighteenth century. Emphasis is placed on the effect of the forced introduction of Africans to the region. 176pp | 9780230020887

Book 2: Emancipation to Emigration Book 2 concentrates on the events of the nineteenth century, and in particular Emancipation and its aftermath and the beginning of the presence of the United States in the region. 184pp | 9780230020894

Book 3: Decolonisation & Development Book 3 deals with the constitutional, political, economic and social developments that took place in the region throughout the twentieth century with special emphasis given to the Commonwealth Caribbean. 208pp | 9780230020870

All History for CSEC® Examinations titles are 248 x 187mm.

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HISTORY

UNESCO General History of the Caribbean This is the most comprehensive history of the Caribbean ever published. The books have been compiled by teams of historians under the guidance of the International Advisory Scientific Committee of UNESCO. They integrate the historical experience of Caribbean society from the earliest times to the present day. Each volume is organised thematically in order to focus on the societies, cultures and activities of the Caribbean people throughout their history.

Volume I Autochthonous Societies Editor: Professor Jalil Sued Badillo

This volume relates the history of the origins of the earliest Caribbean peoples, and analyses their various political, social, cultural and economic organisations over time. Paperback | 496pp | 9780333724538 Hardback | 9780333724521

Volume II New Societies: The Caribbean in the Long Sixteenth Century Editor: Professor Peter Emmer

The subject of this volume is the evolution of Caribbean society through the intrusion of Europeans, and it examines the dramatic changes in politics, society and culture which occurred until 1680. These changes are studied in conjunction with the rapidly dwindling presence of the Amerindians and the increasing numbers of Spanish, English, French and Dutch settlers. Paperback | 362pp | 9780333724552

Volume III Slave Societies of the Caribbean Editor: Professor Franklin Knight

The slave societies were more than societies with enslaved Africans, so this volume examines the demographic and economic as well as social and cultural aspects of all those communities which resulted from the establishment of the Caribbean slave systems. Paperback | 400pp | 9780333656051

Volume IV The Long Nineteenth ineteenth netee ee enth t Century: Nineteenth Century Transformations Editor: Keith Laurence

Volume IV begins with the initiation of a ‘free’ society after slavery was abolished. Slavery and its destruction form merely a background. It follows that the different parts of the Caribbean region enter the picture effectively only when they leave slavery behind. Then after firmly establishing freedom the story moves naturally to the time of the First World War and the substitution of the United States for the Europeans in the role of overlord. Paperback | 720pp | 9780333724576

Volume V The Caribbean in the Twentieth Century Editor: Professor Bridget Brereton

Volume V provides an account and interpretation of the historical development of the region from around 1930 to the end of the twentieth century. The prevalence and persistence of the plantation, the ubiquity of underemployment, the vulnerability of dependent Caribbean economies, popular and labour protests, decolonisation and neo-colonialism are all considered in this volume. Paperback | 792pp | 9780333724590 Hardback | 9780333724583

Volume VI Methodology and Historiography of the Caribbean Editor: Professor Barry Higman

Volume VI looks at the ways historians have written the history of the region depending on their methods on interpretation and differing styles of communicating their findings. The chapters which discuss methodology are followed by studies of particular themes of historiography. The second half of the volume describes the writing of history in the individual territories. The final part of Volume VI is a full and detailed bibliography which serves not only as a guide to the volume, but also as an invaluable reference for the UNESCO General History of the Caribbean series as a whole. Paperback | 964pp | 9780333724613

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SOCIAL STUDIES

Social Studies For CSEC® Examinations SECOND EDITION Ivan Waterman and Janey Fisher Social Studies for CSEC® Examinations has been completely restructured, revised and updated in line with the current CSEC® syllabus requirements. Now in full-colour, it includes a great deal of new material on the family, Caribbean co-operation and regional integration, and the political, social, cultural and environmental challenges we face in today’s Caribbean, such as the prevalence of drugs and violence, the growing problem of AIDS and the interaction of tourism and natural resources. Guidance is given for the SBA, including a sample project.

Each chapter includes a detailed list of objectives and a glossary of the terms introduced

384pp | 248 x 187mm | 9780333648148

There are a large number of graphs, maps, diagrams, photographs and other illustrations which complement and extend the text

Varied and innovative activities provide opportunities to develop important information skills such as interpreting tables and graphs or diagrams, carrying out surveys and doing research Information boxes and case studies provide an alternative or complementary approach to the topics

Debates and discussions are suggested to encourage students to think about the challenges faced by both individuals and communities/ nations in the 21st century

Each section concludes with a revision test along the lines of the papers set for the CSEC® examinations, including both multiple-choice and structured questions

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HOME ECONOMICS

Home Economics A Caribbean Approach Rita Dyer & Norma Maynard 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.

Home Economics A Caribbean Approach Book 1 136pp | 248 x 187mm | 9780333793985

Book 2 112pp | 248 x 187mm | 9780333793992

Book 3 144pp | 248 x 187mm | 9780333794005

Home Economics for CSEC速 Examinations Rita Dyer & Norma Maynard Home Economics for CSEC速 Examinations is a course aimed specifically at secondary school students in the Caribbean who are preparing for their CSEC速 examination. The course is divided into three books, Management; Food and Nutrition; and Clothing and Textiles, and has been written in line with the latest Caribbean Examinations Council syllabus requirements. The foundation for this course can be found in Home Economics: A Caribbean Approach.

Management

Clothing and Textiles

Food and Nutrition

168pp | 9781405012065

184pp | 9781405011914

288pp | 9780333926888

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 now actively involved with curriculum development and teacher training in Home Economics on their home island of St Lucia.

All Home Economics for CSEC速 Examinations titles are 248 x 187mm.

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NEW FROM MACMILLAN

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

Agricultural Science for CSEC® Examinations Ronald Ramharacksingh Agricultural Science for CSEC® Examinations is one of a series of books written especially for students studying for CSEC® examinations. The authors are all highly experienced teachers in Caribbean schools. The books have been designed to make it easy to study a whole topic, or to seek out answers to specific problems. The book can be used by individual students and teachers, or as a reference source for group work. It includes advice and field work guidance for the SBA component. Multiple-choice questions and Examination-style questions are included for review purposes.

CSEC® Agricultural Science for CSEC® Examinations 392pp | 276 x 219mm | 9781405065764

Learning objectives stated for each chapter

Written for the latest CSEC® syllabus

Keywords highlighted in the margins form a glossary

Diagrams and pictures encourage understanding In-Text-Questions encourage students to check their understanding as they read

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AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE

Junior Secondary Agriculture for the Caribbean I. Mohammed & L. Ferdinand An original course, written by teachers specifically for the junior secondary or equivalent level in the Caribbean. Starting from basic principles, the chapters unfold in a logical order, rather than in the sequence of a particular syllabus. ■ The topics covered emphasise both the scientific principles involved in good agricultural

practice and their economic importance ■ Careful attention to language level has produced a simple and concise course ■ Designed to encourage pupil involvement and the practical application of agricultural science ■ Exercises and questions throughout aid progress, stimulate discussion and suggest further

activities ■ Extensively illustrated with two-colour artwork and black and white photographs ■ This course leads pupils naturally into the two-book course, Caribbean Agricultural Science.

Book 1

Book 2

Book 3

112pp | 9780333496176

136pp | 9780333525487

224pp | 9780333535356

All Junior Secondary Agriculture for the Caribbean titles are 248 x 187mm.

Caribbean Agricultural Science SECOND EDITION

A.I. Henry A completely revised edition of this popular two-book course giving comprehensive coverage of the CXC® Agricultural Science syllabus. It follows on from Junior Secondary Agriculture for the Caribbean. The course provides secondary school students with a sound understanding of all agricultural concepts. The informative text is complemented throughout by line drawings and photographs. Both books contain: ■ A wealth of revision exercises to prepare students for their examinations

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Exercises and activities to encourage further research and consolidate knowledge Up-to-date facts and figures Examples of modern agro-chemicals including pesticides Examination questions similar to those used by CXC®.

Book 1: Principles 216pp | 248 x 187mm | 9780333551974

Book 2: Practices 224pp | 248 x 187mm | 9780333551981

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HEALTH

Gerard Drakes • Christopher Graham • Mavis Fuller • Barbara Jenkins Health and Family Life Education is an exciting new course for Caribbean secondary schools. It addresses the needs of lower secondary students and teachers for a life-skills based course reflecting the CARICOM Regional Curriculum Framework document but also takes into account national syllabuses, such as those from Jamaica, Belize and Trinidad. Health and Family Life Education meets the challenges facing Caribbean societies today, such as the HIV and AIDS epidemic, rising levels of violence, health and environmental problems. The course can be used within dedicated Health and Family Life Education subject lessons or more flexibly when HFLE is integrated within other subjects, or with Form groups, Guidance and Counselling lessons or after school clubs.

There are four distinct themes or strands which are found in each of the three years: Self and Interpersonal Relationships, Sexuality and Sexual Health, Appropriate Eating and Fitness and Managing the Environment

Builds healthy attitudes, motivation, values and life skills as well as teaching information, to enable students to better cope with the complex world in which they will operate as adults

Activity Book

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The course is interactive and participatory, using ministories, case studies and other stimulus material to build on students’ own experience and encourage them to take an active role in their communities

Activity Book

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STUDENT’S BOOKS Student’s Book 1 (Grade 7/Form 1)

Student’s Book 2 (Grade 8/Form 2)

Student’s Book 3 (Grade 9/Form 3)

96pp | 248 x 187mm | 9781405086684

96pp | 248 x 187mm | 9781405086691

96pp | 248 x 187mm | 9781405086707

Activity Book 1 (Grade 7/Form 1)

Activity Book 2 (Grade 8/Form 2)

Activity Book 3 (Grade 9/Form 3)

64pp | 248 x 187mm | 9781405086653 0508665

64pp | 248 x 187mm | 9781405086660 508666

64pp | 248 x 187mm | 9781405086677 050866

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ACTIVITY BOOKS

TEACHER’S GUIDE Teacher’s Guide

Teacher’s Guide The Teacher’s Guide provides ides es sections sec on teaching methodologies and strategies, participatory learning, assessment, and lesson notes ffor each theme and unit in each year, as well as additional information about life skills and background factual information. 224pp | 248 x 187mm | 9780230026056

Gerard Drakes | Mavis Fuller | Christopher Graham | Barbara Jenkins | Clare Eastland

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Choices A Guide for Young People in the Caribbean

HEALTH

Gill Gordon Revised by Barbara Jenkins

Choices is a guide for young people growing up in the Caribbean today. Written in an interesting and easy-to-read style, it includes numerous illustrations, cartoons and activities. It provides accurate information on sexual and reproductive health, and suggests activities aimed at exploring values and attitudes in relation to culture and the changing world. Choices is ideal for young people to read by themselves, for peer educators, youth leaders, teachers and parents. 192pp | 248 x 187mm | 9780230039490

Clear, accurate background information

Easily accessible double-page spread topics

Includes teaching of life skills to prevent HIV and AIDS

Teaching about HIV and AIDS in Caribbean Secondary Schools Gisela Winkler & Maren Bodenstein Revised by Sharlene Johnson

This book aims to meet the pre-service and in-service needs of secondary teachers, tackling i iimportant issues in depth, providing all that the aspiring or busy teacher needs to know. It provides clear accurate background information along with activities to encourage reflection and better practice to aid professional development. 144pp | 248 x 187mm | 978230728677

Practical suggestions for how to approach the various aspects of HIV and AIDS education and difficult issues in the classroom enable teachers to encourage attitude and behaviour change and prevent the spread of HIV and AIDS

There are sections on: ■ What every teacher needs to know about HIV and AIDS ■ Introducing HIV and AIDS lessons at secondary school ■ Preventing the spread of HIV ■ Teaching Life Skills that prevent the spread of HIV ■ Teaching about Sex and Sexuality ■ Teaching about HIV and AIDS across the curriculum ■ Teaching in a society affected by HIV and AIDS

Within each section double-page spread topics contain background information, classroom activities, simple definitions of terms and examples of approaches that other teachers have found effective

The AIDS Handbook THIRD EDITION (FULLY REVISED) John Hubley

The aim of this book is to prepare those who are becoming involved with AIDS education in the family, community and workplace. It is also intended to meet the needs of those wanting a basic introduction to the disease and how to reduce the risk of becoming infected. Most books on AIDS published to date focus on Europe and the United States: this book emphasises the needs of developing countries. 144pp | 234 x 156mm | 9780333945766

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Healthy living means looking after ourselves and our environment, preventing diseases and following good health and hygiene rules. Living Health is a series of readers, which focuses on important health topics worldwide. Each book presents a lively story followed by a “Fact File” of fascinating information and activities, all based on the theme of health. The books are highly illustrated in full colour and each book has a word list.

HEALTH

Living Health

LEVEL 3

Nigh Night ght ht Fishing F Theme: Vitamins and Minerals

Buzzing Children Theme: Malaria

Keep Away From Alcohol! Theme: Alcohol

Not Too Late Theme: Smoking

You Can Do It! Theme: First Aid

D. Morgan

Just in Time Theme: Respiratory Diseases

G. Winkler

M. Brandt

M. Montgomery

48pp | 9780333666227

G. Winkler

J. Robson

32pp | 9781405095105

48pp | 9780333682043

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48pp | 9781405083010

32pp | 9780230011748

LEVEL 4 A Very Special Place Theme: Traditional and Western Medicine A. Kiss 48pp | 9780333666234

HIV • AIDS Action Course Learning about HIV and AIDS & Understanding more about HIV and AIDS Children and young people need the knowledge, motivation and life skills to protect themselves from HIV and AIDS and care for others in the communities. The HIV • AIDS Action Course comprises two Student’s Books and accompanying Teacher’s Guides. Learning about HIV and AIDS is broadly suitable for upper primary and Understanding more about HIV and AIDS for lower secondary, but both books may be used at either level. The Teacher’s Guides provide practical guidance on suitable teaching methods and help teachers to deal sensitively with difficult issues.

Learning about HIV and AIDS Student’s Book 80pp | 9781405069182

Teacher’s Guide 40pp | 9781405069212

Understanding more about HIV and AIDS Student’s Book 104pp | 9781405069229

Topics organised in convenient double-page spreads to make it easy to select sections to suit your own syllabus or situation

Teacher’s Guide 40pp | 9781405069250 All HIV • AIDS Action Course titles are 248 x 187mm.

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Develops life skills and personal values through discussion and activities

Short stories and dialogues engage the readers, encouraging empathy

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RESEARCH

AG Guide to Tackling the SBA Component and d Alternative Papers for CSEC® Subjects Micchael Sambucharan 56pp 5 6pp | 248 x 187mm | 9780230730601

Teachers rarely have enough time to devote to the SBA component of CSEC®examinations. This resource can be used by teachers as a quick reference tool as they guide their students through their projects. Each chapter begins with ‘Learning Objectives’ to assist teachers planning a lesson on the SBA component, and includes boxed ‘Activities’ that teachers can use to help students prepare to undertake their own project. ‘Check your knowledge’ questions at the end of each chapter will help teachers ensure that students have fully understood the concepts covered. It can be used alongside each core subject textbook to encourage a thorough understanding of the process of putting an SBA project together. Key features: ■ A complete guide to choosing a topic, undertaking research and preparing a research project. Techniques and guidance that can be applied to the SBA component of all CSEC® subjects ■ Suitable for students looking for extra research guidance, private candidates (contains a complete review test for private candidates) and teachers looking to improve the performance of their students in the SBA component ■ Each chapter begins with learning objectives, and contains activities to ensure that concepts are fully understood ■ A glossary of research terms for quick reference is included ABOUT THE AUTHOR Michael Sambucharan was instrumental in establishing the CSEC® Social Studies curriculum. His many years of teaching experience in Trinidad led him to identify the SBA component as an area that lacked student and teacher resources.

Suggestions for choosing a topic

A glossary of research terms

Activities and learning objectives to check your understanding

Strategies for designing your research and collecting data Explanations of basic research skills and methodologies

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FOR 2012

Dipchand Bahall This new, full-colour series provides complete coverage of Unit I and Unit II of the CAPE Mathematics syllabus. It also provides a sound platform for students pursuing courses at tertiary institutions throughout the Caribbean. Each topic is covered in-depth with lots of additional material provided in areas that students find most challenging. Key features: ■ Graded exercises at the end of each section allow students of all abilities to test themselves on new concepts before moving on

MATHEMATICS

Mathematics for CAPE® Examinations ■ Keywords are highlighted to ensure that students have a full understanding of new terms

■ ‘At a glance’ summaries at the end of each chapter are ideal for students to revise the content that has been covered ■ Exam-style questions at the end of each module and multiple-choice questions at the end of each unit make sure that students

are ready for the type of questions they will face in the actual examination

Clear objectives at the beginning of each chapter

Checklists at the end of each chapter allow students to check their progress and identify areas of weakness

Mathematics for CAPE® Examinations: Volume I

Mathematics for CAPE® Examinations: Volume 2

504pp | 270 x 190mm | 9780230037847

376pp | 270 x 190mm | 9780230418011

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Each objective is clearly explained with lots of worked examples, illustrations and diagrams

MATHEMATICS SOLUTIONS for Advanced Proficiency 1998-2008 Melissa Gajadhar & Rashad Modikhan

This book is designed to provide practice in Advanced Proficiency skills for students, teachers and anyone interested in pursuing a course in Pure Mathematics. Either at home or in the classroom, past paper questions can be attempted and answers checked against those in this book. Each solution is fully worked so that students can see how each answer has been obtained, easily identify areas of strength and areas that require further study. It is an ideal resource for consolidation, practice, revision and developing problem-solving skills. This is the only resource containing fully worked solutions for the entire history of Advanced Proficiency examinations within one book. Key features: ■ Fully-worked solutions to all of the questions set for the Advanced Proficiency examination (Units 1 and 2) since 1998 ■ List of formulae, theorems and laws as required by the Advanced Proficiency syllabus, for easy reference when studying ■ Revision and examination tips from experienced teachers and examiners 208pp | 276 x 219mm | 9780230718043

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SCIENCE

FOR 2012 Biology Bi log for CAPE® Examinations Claire Durant

Key features: ■ In-text and review questions help students with difficult areas ■ Sample laboratory exercises with expected results and information on fundamental biology techniques aid in the development of essential practical skills ■ Suggests criteria for assessing laboratory exercises 504pp | 276 x 219mm | 9780230037816

Definitions, examples, explanations and practical investigations aid students in clarifying their understanding

FOR 2012

Photographs, diagrams and drawings encourage reader interest and simplify complex concepts

Management Manag anag nag of Business for CAPE® Examinations BUSINESS

Jerome Pitterson

This text has been specifically written for students studying CAPE Management of Business Units 1 and 2 including private candidates. It gives a comprehensive coverage of the CAPE Management of   Business syllabus and provides students with a wide knowledge base on business concepts.   The text breaks down accounting information so that students without accounting knowledge from CSEC will be able to understand the concepts of Module 3 Unit 1.  However, it also offers challenging exercises for those with a strong accounting background. 504pp | 276 x 219mm | 9780230400436

Communication Studies for CAPE® Examinations

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Key features: ■ Each chapter includes a summary, multiple choice questions, case studies and extended essay type questions ■ Numerous photographs, cartoons, diagrams, tables and worked examples make the text accessible and studentfriendly

Veronica Simon & Sandra Osborne

This text introduces the student to the meaning of communication and covers a wide range of communication methodologies and their impact on meaning and understanding. The text is an interactive one that invites the student to write, speak, read and research. It provides students with a wide understanding of what communication means, how we as humans communicate, what affects communication and ways of communicating effectively. Students will find this text to be an essential tool in helping them become better communicators both in school and society. Focuses on language and the way that it is used by all people with emphasis on Caribbean linguistic diversities and their origins

Photographs, cartoons, diagrams and tables encourage reader interest and illustrate a variety of communication techniques

272pp | 248 x 187mm | 9781405079761

Definitions, examples, discussions and exercises to aid students in clarifying their understanding

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CARIBBEAN STUDIES

Caribbean Studies for CAPE速 Examinations An Interdisciplinary Approach Jeniffer Mohammed

Caribbean Studies for CAPE速 Examinations: An Interdisciplinary Approach is designed for students preparing for the CAPE速 examinations in Caribbean Studies. The main aim of the book is to add to the knowledge and awareness that Caribbean persons have about their region, an important step in addressing its potential and challenges. Guidance is given for the SBA, including a sample project.

480pp | 248 x 187mm | 9781405062978

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Questions, debates and discussions are suggested to encourage students to think about the challenges faced by both individuals and communities/nations in the 21st century

There are a large number of graphs, maps, diagrams, photographs and other illustrations which complement and extend the text

Each chapter includes a detailed list of objectives and a glossary of the terms introduced

The Author Dr Jeniffer Mohammed has taught Geography and Social Studies for many years at the secondary level. She now lectures at the School of Education, University of the West Indies, St. Augustine in the teaching of Social Studies, the Sociology of Education, and Qualitative Research.

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MODERN LANGUAGES

CAPE

Mastering Spanish Listening for CAPE® Examinations

Mastering Spanish Listening for CAPE® Examinations

STUDENT’S PACK

TEACHER’S BOOK

Sally Seetahal-Mohammed

Sally Seetahal-Mohammed

Mastering Spanish Literary Extracts and Themes for CAPE® Examinations STUDENT’S BOOK

Melva Persico

Mastering Spanish Listening for CAPE® Examinations aims to equip students who are preparing for Paper One of the CXC CAPE® exam. It offers a variety of listening exercises on the different topics found in the syllabus. The Student’s Book comes with 4 audio-CDs and is accompanied by a Teacher’s Book. This text is designed to be used independently by students or with the guidance of a teacher.

This Teacher’s Book accompanies Mastering Spanish Listening: Student’s Pack which aims to equip students who are preparing for Paper 1 of the CAPE Examination. It contains the transcripts of the wide variety of listening exercises on different topics required by the syllabus that are recorded on the Student’s Book CDs. 96pp | 234 x 156mm | 9781405098885

136pp | 276 x 219mm | 9780230029200

The Authors Sally Seetahal-Mohammed has taught for more than 20 years in Trinidad and St Lucia. She has been involved with CXC® at the CSEC® and CAPE® levels. She was a resource person with the Ministry of Education in Trinidad, chiefly involved with curriculum planning and implementation as well as teacher training. Melva Persico has been teaching for over 25 years. She served as President of the Guyana Association of Modern Language Teachers for two years and has been closely associated with the CAPE® Spanish examination for the past five years.

Mastering Spanish Literary Extracts and Themes for CAPE® Examinations has been written to aid students in acquiring the skills and practice needed to succeed in Paper 3 of the CAPE Spanish Examinations (Units 1 and 2). This text will help students improve their skills in literary analysis and the writing of thematic essays. As they work through the exercises, students will develop skills that will take them beyond the secondary school level and provide them with a solid foundation for continued literary studies at the tertiary level. Teachers of CAPE® Spanish will also find this text a valuable tool in assisting students in their preparation for the CAPE® examination in Spanish as well as other advanced level examinations.

The text includes: ■ A mini-glossary of literary terms with examples ■ Narrative passages as well as poetry selections of varying levels of difficulty for literary analysis ■ Model answers for the literary analysis sections ■ Model thematic essays ■ Tips on writing model thematic essays ■ Topics for thematic essays on each of the areas covered in Units 1 and 2 of CAPE® Practice Papers for CAPE® Units 1 and 2 72pp | 248 x 187mm | 9781405079778

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SCIENCE Workeley Brathwaite and Tania Chung-Harris THIRD EDITION

This popular and established course has been completely revised and updated in this third edition. The three books have been written to match the aims and subject matter of the Jamaica National Curriculum at Grades 7 to 9. The books follow the six themes of the curriculum. Included within each unit are: ■

Simple, practical experiments

A variety of classroom activities

Review questions

The Student’s Books are accompanied by interactive CD-ROMs which contain material for all six of the curriculum themes. The wide range of activities, animations, videos, diagrams, games, experiments and feedback on the CD-ROMs offer a new and exciting way for students to improve their knowledge, monitor their progress, as well as greatly increasing their enjoyment of the subject. A Workbook accompanies each level of the course, offering further practice in the form of multiple-choice questions, structured questions and word games. Each chapter begins with stated objectives and ends with a summary and review questions to consolidate key skills and concepts Each page is organised by theme, name and number for easy navigation

STUDENT’S PACKS PACKS INCLUDE A STUDENT’S BOOK & INTERACTIVE CD-ROM

WORKBOOKS Workbook 1 96pp | 9780230023611

Workbook 2 80pp | 9780230023628

Grade 7 240pp | 9780230403352

Workbook 3 88pp | 9780230023567

Diagrams and photographs have been updated

Uses a carefully controlled language structure

Grade 8 240pp | 9780230403369

Grade 9 240pp | 9780230403345

All Integrated Science for Jamaica titles are 248 x 187mm.

The Authors Workeley Brathwaite, PhD (University of the West Indies), has extensive experience in teaching Science at school and university. He has served on various curriculum development and examination teams, including the Caribbean Examinations Council and London University.

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Tania Chung-Harris (BSc. Hons, DipEd – distinction) has been actively involved in science education for the past 12 years. She is a former student of the Queen’s School in Jamaica and has taught Science in Jamaica and other territories in the region. Tania is currently pursuing further studies in the field of education.

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RESOURCE AND TECHNOLOGY

Series Editor: Patrick Facey • Trudy-Ann Barrett • Safron Douglas-Dunbar • Shellion Dillion-Burrell • Ruth Miller • Roy Taylor Resource and Technology is a set of two books written to cover the lower secondary Resource and Technology Curriculum in Jamaica. Book 1 is for Grades 7 and 8 and Book 2 is for Grade 9. The books provide up-to-date coverage of the knowledge, skills and techniques required for resource and technology.

Book 1 352pp | 276 x 219mm | 9781405062817

Activities that help students develop all the design process skills

Gives information on resource and technology in everyday life

Book 2 376pp | 276 x 219mm | 9781405062824

Diagrams and photos to show students key resources and techniques

Self-check topic questions to help review learning and understanding

Clearly set out content including tables of information, giving easy access to source information

Summative activities that enable students to use the skills

Topics with clear objectives

The Authors Patrick Facey has played a key role in the development and implementation of this subject in Jamaican schools. The other members of the author team are practising teachers 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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Marjorie Allen-Vassell, Lorna Fraser, Alison McCallum, Lorna Coke and Vileitha Davis-Morrison Social Studies for Jamaica is a new course 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.

A skills-based approach to learning presented in full-colour

SOCIAL STUDIES

Social Studies for Jamaica

Activities cater for a mixture of ability levels and aptitudes

Stimulating and varied text materials, including case studies, information boxes, tables, drama and dialogue, verse and songs, newspaper extracts and advertisements

Opportunities for small-group work, class discussions, practical and creative activities and fieldwork as well as individual exercises based on the text

A large number of illustrations enhance and support the text, including maps, diagrams, charts, cartoons and photographs

STUDENT’S BOOKS Social Studies for Jamaica: Book 1(Grade 7) 240pp | 9780333697740

WORKBOOKS

Socia Social ocia cia Studies for Jamaica: Workbook 1 (Grade 7)

Social Studies for Jamaica: Book 2 (Grade 8)

96pp | 9780230402799

232pp pp | 9780333697757

Social ocia cia Studies for Jamaica: Workbook 2 (Grade 8)

Social ocial cial Studies for Jamaica: Book 3 (Grade 9)

96pp pp | 9780230402805

232pp | 9780333697764

Social Socia ocia cia Studies for Jamaica: Workbook 3 (Grade 9)

All Social Studies for Jamaica titles are 248 x 187mm.

96pp | 9780230402812

FOR 2012

FOR 2012

The Authors The authors are all experienced Jamaican 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 for UWI and for CXC, and been involved in training teachers in Social Studies and Geography.

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SCIENCE

INTEGRATED

INTEGRATED

INTEGRATED

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SCIENCE

SCIENCE

FOR TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

FOR TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

Linda Atwaroo-Ali Reeya Maharaj

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Linda Atwaroo-Ali Reeya Maharaj

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Linda Atwaroo-Ali Reeya Maharaj

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Linda Atwaroo-Ali & Reeya Maharaj

SCIENCE

The Integrated Science for Trinidad and Tobago series has been written especially by practising local teachers to cover the SEMP (Secondary Education Modernization Programme) curriculum for Forms 1 - 3. It includes questions at the end of the book to help prepare for the National Certificate of Secondary Education.

FOR TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO

Highlighted key words with copy and complete summaries to familiarise with the terms and to help pupils identify the key information they need to know and understand

End of chapter questions including those for lower achievers

Lively approach in which pupils learn by doing

Clear language and helpful illustrations

Book 1

Book 2

Book 3

304pp | 9781405065719

312pp | 9781405065726

224pp | 9781405065733

All Integrated Science for Trinidad and Tobago titles are 276 x 219mm.

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SECOND EDITION Neil E. Sealey

The Bahamas Today is a study of the economic and human geography of The Bahamas emphasizing the interdependency between man and the land in a country covering hundreds of islands stretching from the coast of Florida to Haiti. An essential text for students taking the Bahamas General Certificate of Secondary Education and for students at college level, The Bahamas Today is also a study of the Bahamian people for the general reader. Illustrated with many maps, diagrams and photographs it includes questions which will encourage the student and reader to explore the geography of the country further.

GEOGRAPHY

The Bahamas Today An Introduction to the Human and Economic Geography of The Bahamas

152pp | 248 x 187mm | 9781405003773

B h i L Bahamian Landscapes d An Introduction to the Geology and Physical Geography of The Bahamas THIRD EDITION Neil E. Sealey •

This third edition reflects the continuing popularity of this seminal work on the physical geography and geology of The Bahamas. The text is suitable for secondary school BGCSE and visiting students, as well as for anyone who needs a detailed introduction to the nature of the Bahamian environment. 184pp | 247 x 186mm | 9781405064064

Key features: ■ With the use of colour throughout it is now even easier to use and to understand the complex relationships between man, physical nature and the environment of The Bahamas ■ Sets of questions and related tasks at the end of every chapter allow for self-study and are a useful aid for the teacher ■ The topics follow a logical pattern from the origin of The Bahamas through to the economic use of its natural resources, and conclude with a detailed study of the local climate

Gillian Bain (Updated by Gail Saunders)

A two-part detailed history textbook, well illustrated with line drawings, photographs and maps, will help students become more aware of their history and heritage. Bahamian History: Book 2 is aimed at students studying for the Bahamian GCSE examination.

HISTORY

Bahamian History Book 2

112pp | 248 x 187mm | 9780333339701

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SOCIAL STUDIES

SOCIAL STUDIES FOR BAHAMIAN SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Book 1 outlines the origins of civilisation around the world and includes The Bahamas in the overall picture. It describes the nature of resources and their sustainable use as well as elements of the cultural and social nature of Bahamian life. 200pp | 9780333921838

Book 2 builds on the foundations established in Book 1 and equips students

Neil Sealey & Chris Curry with Pat Rahming (Book 3)

with the necessary tools for more advanced studies. The origins of Bahamian society are described in detail together with an introduction to Bahamian culture and some of the problems of modern day living. The weather, climate and vegetation that give the Bahamas and the Caribbean their distinctive nature are dealt with in some detail.

This series has been especially designed to meet the requirements of the latest Bahamas Junior Certificate (BJC) syllabus for Social Studies.

152pp | 9780333921845

Book 3 brings to a natural conclusion these topics completing the course for students studying for The Bahamas Junior Certificate. The rise of modern Bahamian society and the modern economy is discussed as well as the history of The Bahamas since emancipation. A study of mapwork completes the practical requirements for the course. 152pp | 9780333921852

All Social Studies for Bahamian Secondary Schools titles are 248 x 187mm.

The Bahamas A Social Studies Course for Secondary Schools SECOND EDITION J. Berryman

This second edition of The Bahamas: A Social Studies Course for Secondary Schools has been updated to take into account recent changes in The Bahamas since the text was first published. In particular, economic, political and social developments have been included, together with progress in the arts and sport. This well established text is now an indispensable requirement for all Bahamian students of Social Studies. 112pp | 248 x 187mm | 9780333461204

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WORKED SOLUTIONS

Worked Solutions for CSEC® Examinations These invaluable revision aids offer five sets of 60 multiple choice questions similar to those that will appear on the actual examination paper together with answers and comments about e these questions. Each book also contains complete answers to the questions set on the June examination papers in that subject between ween the years 2006 and 2011, or 2007 and 2011. In addition to these answers, explanations are also given where appropriate so you don’t just get the right answer but, more importantly, students can see how it has been worked out! There is also a chapter on how to revise, how to draw up a revision timetable as well as how best to approach the examination on the actual day. The Worked Solutions series should be used by students in collaboration with the corresponding CSEC past examination papers in each subject.

Worked k Solutions for CSEC® Examinations 2006-2010: Mathematics Derek McMonagle 144pp | 9780230407381

Worked W rked k Solutions for CSEC® Examinations 2006-2010: Integrated Science Derek McMonagle 168pp | 9780230407428

FOR 2012 Worked orked ked Solutions for CSEC® Examinations 2006-2010: English Kareen Cole 112pp | 9780230407350

FOR 2012 Worked W ked k d Solutions for CSEC® Examinations 2006-2010: Chemistry Derek McMonagle 168pp | 9780230407398

FOR 2012 MODEL ANSWERS

Pauline Anning 168pp | 9780230407404

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Worked W orked ked k d Solutions for CSEC® Examinations 2006-2010: Physics

Worked Solutions for CSEC®Examinations 2006 –2010

Chemistry

FOR 2012 Worked W orked ked k d Solutions for CSEC® Examinations 2007-2011: Biology

GENERAL PROFICIENCY

Bryan & Gill Hollamby 168pp | 9780230407343

FOR 2012 Worked Work rked ked Solutions for CSEC® Examinations 2007-2011: Human & Social Biology Bryan & Gill Hollamby

Derek McMonagle

168pp | 9780230407367

FOR 2012 Worked W orked ked k d Solutions for CSEC® Examinations 2007-2011: Principles of Business Alvin Ramsaroop 168pp | 9780230407411

FOR 2012 Worked Work o ked orked d Solutions for CSEC® Examinations 2007-2011: Principles of Accounts Sophia Ramlochan 168pp | 9780230407442

All Worked Solutions for CSEC® Examinations titles are 248 x 187mm.

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REVISION GUIDES

Macmillan Revision Guides for CSEC® Examinations Macmillan Revision Guides for CSEC® Examinations are the perfect companions for exam preparation and success. ■ Total coverage of the CXC® syllabus ■ Numerous practice exercises and worked examples ■ Exam tips and practical advice from teachers and examiners ■ Vital last-minute revision and practice to boost grades and improve chances of success ■ Ideal for self-study ■ Revision checklists

FOR 2012

Social i l Studies S

Human & Social Biology

Spanish

Principles of Business

Janey Fisher

Phil Gadd

SECOND EDITION

Ivan Waterman

232pp | 9780230022256

168pp | 9781405098892

Sally Seetahal-Mohammed

136pp | 9780333990759

Home Economics

Biology

Norma Maynard and Rita Dyer

June Mitchelmore

104pp | 9781405078771

224pp | 9780333953082

224pp | 9781405028257

Mathematics Stephen Jackson

History

Chemistry

Nadine C. Atkinson

Mike Taylor

168pp | 9781405059824

272pp | 9780333953105

All Macmillan Revision Guides for CSEC® Examinations titles are 248 x 187mm.

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176pp | 9780333776728

Principles of Accounts Gaynelle Holdip and Cecelia Lamorell 240pp | 9780333992050


WALL MAPS

MACMILLAN CARIBBEAN WALL MAPS These accurate wall maps have been produced using the latest digital cartographic techniques that ensure information is displayed with clarity and precision. ■ ■ ■ ■

The large-format, full-colour layout and clear labelling make them easy to read from a distance The laminated editions are supplied with 4 metal corner eyelets for ease of display Durable, finished with a tough wipe-down surface which can be marked with water-based pens and wiped clean Also featured are the national flags, climate charts, fact files giving useful information on the islands and small Caribbean location maps

Macmillan Wall Map of the Caribbean SECOND EDITION

A revised edition of this highly popular and best-selling wall map. The main political map portrays the whole of the Caribbean region and includes rivers, mountain peaks, island and country names, capital cities and other important towns. Transportation information is included on roads, railways, ports and airports. The map also features more detailed, larger scale inset maps of Barbados, Belize, the Eastern Caribbean islands, Jamaica and Trinidad. Flags have been added for extra enhancement. 890 x 1160mm | Single-sided Paper Edition | 9781405026376

NEW EDITION

Macmillan Wall Map of Jamaica The revised edition of this best-selling wall map includes many new features including three new thematic maps covering Population, Land Use and Economic Activity, and a terrain model of Jamaica as viewed from the south-east of the island. The map also provides information on ocean depths, physical features, administrative divisions, settlement (by population size), transport and communications, as well as an inset map of the Caribbean region. Altitude is indicated by a combination of contour layer colouring and hill-shading giving the island an attractive 3-D appearance. 890 x 1160mm | Single-sided Laminated Edition | 9780333579282 Paper Edition | 9780333992579

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Prospect South West Point

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Prospect Point Bill Eden Point

Old Jones Bay

Midland Acres

BODDEN TOWN

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Patrick’s Island

Spotts

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Blakes

Breezy Castle

Jackson Point

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Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park

Duck Pond Cay Duck Pond Bight

Rogers Wreck Point

Great Bluff

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NORTH SOUND

GEORGE TOWN

ARCTIC OCEAN

GREENLAND (Denmark)

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Long Old Man Bay Point

Hutland

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Man O War Britannia Cay

120˚W

Grape Tree Point Brinkleys

Welch Point

Safehaven Snug Harbour

150˚W

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Anchor Point

Old Robin Point

Lower Valley

Belford Estates

Breakers

Pease Bay

Frank Sound

Half Moon Bay

High East End Rock

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Cottage Point

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Territorial claims

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Scale 1:67 500 000 0

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Cartography by Map Creation and Cosmographics Printed in Malaysia

Dykes Pond Reef

Area (square miles) – Grand Cayman 78, Cayman Brac 14, Little Cayman 10, Total 102 North Sound (reef-protected lagoon) 35 Population (1999 Census) – Grand Cayman 37 473, Cayman Brac 1822, Little Cayman 115, Total 39 410 Population density (people per square mile) – Grand Cayman 480, Cayman Brac 130, Little Cayman 11, Cayman Islands 386 Population of main settlements – George Town 20 626, West Bay 8243, Bodden Town 5764, East End 1371

This new edition of the popular Macmillan World Wall Map includes political and physical maps at 1:24 million supplemented by world population density, rainfall and temperature maps.

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Tourism (2005) – Tourist arrivals by air 167 801 (70.8% from the USA), cruise tourists 1 798 999 National symbols – Cayman Parrot, Silver Thatch Palm, Wild Banana Orchid

The National Flag of the CAYMAN ISLANDS

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East Point Charles Bight

West End

Legend

Cayman Brac Museum

Beach Botanic park Cruise ship port Fishing

Barkers National Park

West Bay

Fort

Grand Cayman

George Town National Museum

North Sound Mastic Trail Butterfly Farm

South Savannah Sound

Golf course

Old Man Bay

Rum Point Seven Mile Beach

E S

North East Point Parrot Reserve

Blossom Village

Turtle Farm

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Cayman Brac

Cayman Islands – Fact File Country name – Cayman Islands (an Overseas Territory of the United Kingdom) Capital – George Town

Frank Sound

Bodden Town

Lighthouse

Queen Elizabeth ll Botanic Park

Museum Other tourist attractions

East End

Tourist area Scale 1:177 000 0 0

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Water sports

5 kilometres

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United Kingdom

France

Australia

New Zealand

Chile

Norway

40˚W

Scale 1:48 000 000 0

1000 2000 kilometres

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Antarctica

Legend

Projection: Robinson

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Tropic of Cancer

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EUROPE

Legend International boundary Capital city

160˚E

AUSTRALIA

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A Anansi the Spider Man

37

B Bermuda Atlas, The Bright Ideas: Caribbean Primary Science Bright Sparks: Caribbean Primary Mathematics Building Hope: Supporting Work with Children Affected by HIV and AIDS

M Macmillan Bible Stories

36

Macmillan Caribbean Junior Atlas Macmillan Caribbean Junior Atlas Skills Workbook Macmillan Children’s Dictionary

17 17 35

Macmillan Children’s Readers

28-29

Macmillan English Explorers

30-31

17 2-3 Macmillan Guyana Junior Atlas

17

Macmillan Jamaica Primary Social Studies

15

Macmillan Jamaica Social Studies Atlas Macmillan Jamaica Social Studies Atlas Workbook

17 17

12-13

21

C

Macmillan Primary Integrated Studies

Caribbean Folk Tales & Fantasies

37

Caribbean HIV • AIDS Readers

20

Caribbean Language Arts Project

8-10

Caribbean Social Studies

14

Common Entrance English Tests for the Caribbean

19

E Essential Primary English Skills for the Caribbean

6-7

G 19

35

Macmillan Wall Map of the Caribbean Macmillan Wall Map of the Cayman Islands Macmillan Wall Map of Jamaica Macmillan World Reference Map Macmillan World Wall Map: Physical and Political

18 18 18 18 18

Multiple-Choice Tests for Belize

19

O

Hello Jojo

33

HIV • AIDS Action Course

21

Hop, Step, Jump

37

P Primary Social Studies for Belize

H

22-23

Macmillan Primary Teaching Handbooks

Once Below a Time: Bahamian Stories

Grade Six Achievement Tests for Jamaica

INDEX

500 Activities for the Primary Classroom 700 Classroom Activities

16

R Ready, Go

25

Reggae Readers

24

26-27

S L Language Tree: Primary Language Arts for the Caribbean Legend of the St Ann’s Flood

Step by Step to Reading Using Phonics for the Caribbean 4-5 37

T

Let’s Pass: Progress Tests for the Caribbean

18

Tarik and the Island of Adventure Teaching about HIV and AIDS in the Caribbean

Little Writers

32

Treasure House: Caribbean Anthologies

Living Health

21

K Key Issues in Teacher Education

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35

37 21 36

Y You and Me

34

Young Writers

32

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INDEX

A Act of God: A Collection of Caribbean Short Stories A Midsummer Night’s Dream Agricultural Science for CSEC® Examinations AIDS Handbook, The Art, Craft & Design

M 43 43 59 62 52

B Backfire: A Collection of Caribbean Short Stories Bahamas, The: A Social Studies Course for Secondary Schools Bahamas Today, The Bahamian History: Book 2 Bahamian Landscapes Biology for CAPE® Examinations Brother Man

77 77 77 77 77

Management of Business for CAPE® Examinations

66

Mastering Spanish for CAPE® Examinations

68

Mathematics for CAPE® Examinations

65

Mathematics for Today for CSEC® Examinations

45

Mathematics Solutions for Advanced Proficiency

65

67 62 43 66

D 48-49

E 50 50 40-41

G 53

H Health and Family Life Education

61

History for CSEC® Examinations

55

HIV • AIDS Action Course

63

Home Economics: A Caribbean Approach

58

Home Economics for CSEC® Examinations

58 43

I Information Technology for CSEC® Examinations

51

Integrated Science for Jamaica

69

Integrated Science for Trinidad and Tobago

72

Maths Matters: Macmillan Mathematics for the Caribbean

60

54

Motivate: Macmillan Texts for Industrial, Vocational and Technical Education

52

O Office Administration for CSEC® Examinations

Palmer - The C. Everard Palmer Collection

44

Poems by Martin Carter Principles of Accounts for CSEC® Examinations Principles of Business for CSEC® Examinations

43 50 50

R Research Handbook for CSEC® Candidates

64

Resource and Technology

70

S Social Studies for Bahamian Secondary Schools

74

Social Studies for CSEC® Examinations

57

Social Studies for Jamaica

71

T Teaching about HIV and AIDS in Caribbean Secondary Schools 62

U

63

Visit the website @ www.macmillan-caribbean.com

56

W

CXC®, CSEC®, CAPE® and CCSLC® are all registered trademarks of the Caribbean Examinations Council.

80

50

P

Worked Solutions for CSEC® Examinations

L

46-47

Modern Caribbean Geography

UNESCO General History of the Caribbean

J

Living Health

38-39

Macmillan Wall Map of the Caribbean Macmillan Wall Map of the Cayman Islands Macmillan Wall Map of Jamaica Macmillan World Reference Map Macmillan World Wall Map: Physical and Political

Caribbean Studies for CAPE® Examinations Choices: A Guide for Young People in the Caribbean Climbing Clouds: Stories and Poems from the Bahamas Communication Studies for CAPE® Examinations

Junior Secondary Agriculture for the Caribbean

76

74 73 73 73 66 43

45

Humming-Bird Tree, The

Macmillan Revision Guides for CSEC® Examinations

42

Caribbean Mathematics for Today

Geography for CSEC® Examinations

78

Macmillan Study Companions

60

English Matters

Macmillan Readers

43

Caribbean Agricultural Science

Economics for CSEC® Examinations Electronic Document Preparation Management for CSEC® Examinations

54 43

Macmillan Science for CSEC® Examinations

C

Dime: Spanish for Caribbean Secondary Schools

Macmillan Caribbean Certificate Atlas Macmillan English for CSEC® Examinations

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Packed with curriculum words and a major encyclopaedic section, this is a complete reference source for upper secondary students. Study 9780230037137

CD-ROM 9780230037144

This dictionary contains all the words upper primary and junior secondary students need for studying in English, as well as detailed curriculum illustrations. School 9781405013420

CD-ROM 9781405057103

The second edition of our award-winning flagship dictionary contains a wealth of material to help students understand, use and be aware of English. Paperback 9781405026284

With CD-ROM 9781405025263

An easy-to-use illustrated dictionary, perfect for upper primary pupils who are studying their school subjects in English. Primary 9780230715462

A dictionary of phrasal verbs, containing unique features to help students grasp this challenging and essential area of the English language. Phrasal Verbs 9781405063906

An essential reference for the classroom and home, offering invaluable support for those wishing to speak and write English accurately. Essential 9780230039476 With CD-ROM 9780230039483

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