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ELSD RECOMMENDED RESOURCES FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS: SPANISH INFANTS 1 AND 2

  • 4/19/2021 9:04:00 AM
ELSD RECOMMENDED REOSURCES FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS SPANISH INFANTS 1 and 2 The ability to communicate in more than one language is a skill required for living in the global environment. Spanish earns its place in the national curriculum of Trinidad and Tobago as it is the fastest growing language in the Western Hemisphere that has strong historical and cultural ties to our nation. A great degree of empha...
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ELSD RECOMMENDED RESOURCES FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS: SOCIAL STUDIES INFANTS 1 AND 2

  • 4/12/2021 7:51:00 AM
The content of the Social Studies Curriculum of the Ministry of Education spans the core disciplines of History, Geography, Anthropology, Economics and Political Science. Emphasis is placed on the processes and skills involved in social interaction to assist in creating students who ultimately become informed, confident, and effective citizens of Trinidad and Tobago. World complexities resulting from the transformative effects of technology now make it mandatory for students to master the skills...
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ELSD RECOMMENDED RESOURCES FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS: ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS INFANTS 1 AND 2

  • 4/9/2021 9:50:00 AM
The National Primary English Language Arts curriculum is intended to motivate students to study, use and enjoy English language and literatures written in Standard English. Language Arts study entails understanding the internal integration of the skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing) and understanding language itself as a tool for learning. Language and literacy skills are taught through general content and a variety of cross curriculum learning activities. The Curriculum recognize...
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ELSD RECOMMENDED RESOURCES FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS: SCIENCE INFANTS 1 AND 2

  • 4/9/2021 6:28:00 AM
The Science Curriculum of the Ministry of Education, Trinidad and Tobago is driven by creative energies and a spirit of enquiry. Using problem-based approaches, students construct their understanding of science by taking an active role in learning and applying them to real world situations. Emphasis is placed on the development of the following skills in students: 1. Planning and designing- Identifying the problem, hypothesising, selecting a workable method, and evaluating products or sol...
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ELSD RECOMMENDED RESOURCES FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS: MATHEMATICS INFANTS 1 AND 2

  • 4/9/2021 6:11:00 AM
The Mathematics component of the Ministry of Education’s new Primary Curriculum is responsive to the realities of a 21st century global society. The guiding principles of curriculum content are based upon the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics standards, with emphasis on the student’s ability to explore, discover, analyse and apply Mathematics, to model and to solve real world problems (NCTM.org). Additionally, the NCTM standards of problem solving, reasoning, communication, represent...
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ELSD RECOMMENDED RESOURCES FOR CAPE SPANISH

ELSD RECOMMENDED RESOURCES FOR CAPE SPANISH

  • 12/14/2020 5:26:00 AM
The Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) Spanish Syllabus comprises two Units each with three compulsory Modules.  Whilst each Module is independent, together they form a coherent course of study. According to CXC, each Module will require at least 50 hours of teaching and study time.  Each Unit forms a discrete package for certification and is certified separately. Units with accompanying Modules with Sub-titles for CAPE Spanish are detailed as follows: UNIT ...
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SANTA ROSA FIRST PEOPLES COMMUNITY HERITAGE WEEK

SANTA ROSA FIRST PEOPLES COMMUNITY HERITAGE WEEK

  • 10/14/2020 6:20:00 AM
"Preserving a legacy, nurturing a future" Every year since its inception in 1990, the Santa Rosa First Peoples Community, formerly known as the Santa Rosa Carib Community, has hosted “Heritage Week”. This is usually held in the period leading up to the day of recognition October 14. During Heritage Week, the community opens its doors to other indigenous tribes scattered throughout the world, religious bodies, and the public. Sacred traditions such as the Smoke Ceremon...
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ELSD RECOMMENDED RESOURCES FOR CAPE BIOLOGY

ELSD RECOMMENDED RESOURCES FOR CAPE BIOLOGY

  • 7/16/2020 11:01:00 AM
The Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) Biology syllabus comprises two Units each with three compulsory Modules. Whilst each Module in each Unit is independent, together they form a coherent course of study. According to CXC, each Module will require at least 50 hours of teaching and study time.  Each Unit forms a discrete package for certification and is certified separately. Units with accompanying Modules and Sub-titles for CAPE Biology are detailed as follows: &nbs...
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ELSD RECOMMENDED RESOURCES FOR CAPE GEOGRAPHY

ELSD RECOMMENDED RESOURCES FOR CAPE GEOGRAPHY

  • 7/16/2020 10:25:00 AM
The Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE)  Geography syllabus comprises two Units each with three compulsory Modules. According to CXC, each Module will require at least 50 hours of teaching and study time. Each Unit consists of a physical, human and integrated component that forms a coherent course of study. Units with accompanying Modules and Sub-titles for CAPE Geography are detailed as follows:   UNIT 1.  Population Geography, Geomorphic Processes and Ha...
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ELSD RECOMMENDED RESOURCES FOR CAPE SOCIOLOGY

ELSD RECOMMENDED RESOURCES FOR CAPE SOCIOLOGY

  • 7/16/2020 10:01:00 AM
The Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination (CAPE) Sociology syllabus comprises two Units each with three compulsory Modules. According to CXC, each Module will require at least 50 hours of teaching and study time.  All Modules are compulsory. The two Units together provide a comprehensive introduction to the field of Caribbean and mainstream Sociology. Units with accompanying Modules and Sub-titles for CAPE Sociology are detailed as follows:   UNIT 1. The Sociological Perspec...
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