Preserving Our Heritage: Language Arts, an Integrated Approach, Part 1

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Heinemann, Jul 23, 2003 - Language arts (Elementary) - 128 pages
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Preserving Our Heritage is an exciting language arts textbook that uses the culture and heritage of The Bahamas to deliver key skills in language and literacy. Suitable for use throughout the Caribbean, Preserving Our Heritage:

- covers the language arts requirements for this level

- contains poems, stories, factual accounts and other text extracts to interest and motivate children

- uses a systematic approach to develop skills in reading, writing, grammar and critical thinking

- includes activities that encourage children to use practical skills such as listening, speaking, writing and creative skills such as drawing and designing

- provides activities to reinforce knowledge and test understanding

- is in full colour and has attractive pages that are accessible to children of all abilities

 

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Contents

How to use this book
5
Points for discussion
12
Down at the fish fry
21
Bahamian crafts
25
National heroes
31
Lets talk about it
37
writing a paragraph using
44
Sir Randol father
51
BRouki BRabbie
78
Ring plays
84
basic and beyond
90
Answers to Try it out 57
91
Points for discussion
96
descriptive writing 703
103
making
110
Points for discussion 720
120

basic and beyond
57
prefixes re in
65
short story
71
Glossary 726
127
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Preserving Our Heritage has been written and compiled by language arts specialists and experienced teachers in the Department of Education's Writing Unit in The Bahamas.

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