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THE MAN BEHIND KNOLLYS TUNNEL - SIR CLEMENT COURTENAY KNOLLYS, K.C.M.G. 1849-1905

THE MAN BEHIND KNOLLYS TUNNEL - SIR CLEMENT COURTENAY KNOLLYS, K.C.M.G. 1849-1905

  • 6/29/2021 1:48:00 AM
Image Courtesy: Besson, Gérard. The Angostura Historical Digest of Trinidad and Tobago. Trinidad and Tobago, W.I., Cascade: Paria Publishing Company Limited, 2001. p. 305.       Hidden in the picturesque village of Tabaquite is “Knollys Tunnel” the largest man-made tunnel found in the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Named after Sir Clement Courtenay Knollys, “Knollys Tunnel” was built in 1898  entirely out of concrete, and its purpose wa...
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WINER POSTCARD COLLECTION - THE LA BREA PITCH LAKE

WINER POSTCARD COLLECTION - THE LA BREA PITCH LAKE

  • 6/29/2021 1:02:00 AM
  The Winer Postcard Collection reveals a rich pictorial history of the La Brea Pitch Lake otherwise known as Brea Spanish Tar or the Pitch Pit. The images depict not only 19th century visitors to what some refer to as the eight (8th) wonder of the world, but the various aspects associated with the mining and exporting of the product.            The Pitch Lake is found in southwest Trinidad in the village of La Brea. A UNESCO, Trinida...
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QUEEN JANELLE COMMISSIONG STREET PORT OF SPAIN

QUEEN JANELLE COMMISSIONG STREET PORT OF SPAIN

  • 6/28/2021 10:33:00 AM
On September 22, 2017, thousands of Trinbagonians across the twin islands piled onto Queen Street, Port of Spain, to witness the formal renaming of the street to Queen Janelle Commissiong Street. In an atmosphere reminiscent of Carnival, nationals young and old including school children, came by the busloads. They lined the street, dancing, and chipping in the blazing sun, celebrating this occasion with 1977 Miss Universe, Janelle ‘Penny’ Commissiong. The parade started at th...
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ELSD RECOMMENDED RESOURCES FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS MATHEMATICS - STD 3

ELSD RECOMMENDED RESOURCES FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS MATHEMATICS - STD 3

  • 6/23/2021 9:45:00 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, communica...
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ELSD RECOMMENDED RESOURCES FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS MATHEMATICS - STD 2

ELSD RECOMMENDED RESOURCES FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS MATHEMATICS - STD 2

  • 6/23/2021 8:51:00 AM
TOPIC 1: Number- Concepts Vidoes Count forward (count on) and backward (count back) by ones within 1 000 from any given number https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fhlbkmidk_o Skip count in ascending and descending order within a specified amount https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDWuZZ6tq4A Count the number of objects in a set up to 1 000 using one-to-one correspondence together with skip counting (up to 1 000 and using materials such as base ten manipulatives) https://www.youtube.c...
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ELSD RECOMMENDED RESOURCES FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS MATHEMATICS - STD 1

ELSD RECOMMENDED RESOURCES FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS MATHEMATICS - STD 1

  • 6/23/2021 8:25:00 AM
TOPIC 1: NUMBER – ADDITION , SUBSTRACTION  Videos The commutative property for addition https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fd-K3m_yf1o The associative property for addition https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vw4dr1C33wI Double facts  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oprg0Npu0vs Ten facts (combining numbers that add to 10 e.g. 6 + 8 + 2; group 8 and 2 first) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSeL6tPBjug Related addition and subtraction facts, e.g. 15 + 3 = 18, so...
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SEWDASS SADHU SHIV MANDIR - TEMPLE IN THE SEA

SEWDASS SADHU SHIV MANDIR - TEMPLE IN THE SEA

  • 6/14/2021 6:45:00 AM
The “Temple in the Sea” is located just off the coast of the Gulf of Paria in Waterloo. The original structure was built by indentured labourer, and Hindu devotee, Sewdass Sadhu. Sadhu felt that Hindus in Waterloo needed a sacred place near the water to worship. A place that was reminiscent of the temples in India.         Sadhu was born on 1 January 1903 in India and came to Trinidad with his parents as indentured labourers. They lived at Brickfiel...
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