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School Atlas for the Commonwealth of the Bahamas

by Neil E. Sealey

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this bookis or my social studies class for grade 7 at central eleuthera high.we have covered the bahama isalnds and settlementsand other map work.
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Mr.John Burrows is from my home-town Governeor's Harbour,Eleuthera and a Social Studies Curriculum Officer, Ministry of Education,Bahamas
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It is primarily intended to act as resource material for the study of Social Studies by Bahamian pupils in Grades 4-9 and the material ties closely with the Longman Primary Social Studies and Tourism Education for the Bahamas course. Students of Social Studies and Geography in the early years of secondary school will also find this atlas to be a valuable resource. Attractive and intelligently laid out, the Longman School Atlas for the Bahamas combines maps, diagrams, photographs and interactive text to provide a learning resource that all pupils will enjoy using. Its merits include: * A skills section that helps map interpretation and understanding. * Detailed maps of the Bahamian islands. * Extensive use of up-to-date data specific to The Bahamas. * Thematic maps that detail Bahamian tourism, population, climate and history. * The contents closely matches the Bahamian Social Studies syllabus. * Full coverage of the history and geography of the whole Caribbean region. * Fact boxes provide concise, easy-to-remember information. * Resource maps that illustrate how people interact with their physical environment. * A complete world map resource that places The Bahamas and the Caribbean in a global context.

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