Junior History of Grenada: (First edition)

Paperback

Collins Junior History of Grenada is tailored to students at upper-primary and lower-secondary level and is designed to help students gain a solid understanding of Grenadian history by covering the syllabus in depth.

Taking students through a wide range of topics including Identity, Slavery and Resistance, Emancipation, the Socialist Revolution, and Modern-day Grenadian art, literature and sport, the course will provide students with the key analytical skills needed to succeed in their assessments and think critically about Grenadian history.

·Developed and written specifically for Grenada by the Head of the University of the West Indies
·Full coverage of the Grenada syllabus
·Clear and accessible explanations of each topic
·Practical activities including research tasks, projects and discussions, to engage students and bring units to life
·End-of-unit questions and Did you know…? boxes consolidate and strengthen students’ understanding

For access to extra worksheets and supplementary material, visit this page https://collins.co.uk/pages/international-caribbean-resources

RRP: £19.99

ISBN

978-0-00-861319-8

Publication Date

06-07-2023

Format

Paperback

Pages

192 pages

Dimensions

192x265mm

Author

Dr Nicole Phillip-Dowe

Dr Nicole Phillip-Dowe – who holds a PhD in History from The University of the West Indies, is Head of The University of the West Indies, Open Campus, Grenada, and formerly Dean of the School of Arts, Sciences and Professional Studies at TA Marryshow Community College, Grenada. She is the author of Women in Grenadian History, 1783-1983, which won the 2013 UWI Press Best-Selling Scholarly Monograph award and co-editor of Perspectives on the Grenada Revolution, 1979-1983.

Product Description

Collins Junior History of Grenada is tailored to students at upper-primary and lower-secondary level and is designed to help students gain a solid understanding of Grenadian history by covering the syllabus in depth.

Taking students through a wide range of topics including Identity, Slavery and Resistance, Emancipation, the Socialist Revolution, and Modern-day Grenadian art, literature and sport, the course will provide students with the key analytical skills needed to succeed in their assessments and think critically about Grenadian history.

·Developed and written specifically for Grenada by the Head of the University of the West Indies
·Full coverage of the Grenada syllabus
·Clear and accessible explanations of each topic
·Practical activities including research tasks, projects and discussions, to engage students and bring units to life
·End-of-unit questions and Did you know…? boxes consolidate and strengthen students’ understanding

For access to extra worksheets and supplementary material, visit this page https://collins.co.uk/pages/international-caribbean-resources

ISBN

978-0-00-861319-8

Publication Date

06-07-2023

Format

Paperback

Pages

192 pages

Dimensions

192x265mm

Product Description

Collins Junior History of Grenada is tailored to students at upper-primary and lower-secondary level and is designed to help students gain a solid understanding of Grenadian history by covering the syllabus in depth.

Taking students through a wide range of topics including Identity, Slavery and Resistance, Emancipation, the Socialist Revolution, and Modern-day Grenadian art, literature and sport, the course will provide students with the key analytical skills needed to succeed in their assessments and think critically about Grenadian history.

·Developed and written specifically for Grenada by the Head of the University of the West Indies
·Full coverage of the Grenada syllabus
·Clear and accessible explanations of each topic
·Practical activities including research tasks, projects and discussions, to engage students and bring units to life
·End-of-unit questions and Did you know…? boxes consolidate and strengthen students’ understanding

For access to extra worksheets and supplementary material, visit this page https://collins.co.uk/pages/international-caribbean-resources

Author

Dr Nicole Phillip-Dowe

Dr Nicole Phillip-Dowe – who holds a PhD in History from The University of the West Indies, is Head of The University of the West Indies, Open Campus, Grenada, and formerly Dean of the School of Arts, Sciences and Professional Studies at TA Marryshow Community College, Grenada. She is the author of Women in Grenadian History, 1783-1983, which won the 2013 UWI Press Best-Selling Scholarly Monograph award and co-editor of Perspectives on the Grenada Revolution, 1979-1983.