Caribbean Studies Syllabus

MODULE 1: CARIBBEAN SOCIETY AND CULTURE OVERVIEW Module 1 introduces tyros to the role played by geography in shaping the interroad and amelioration of the Caribbean territory as polite as the unadorned separation of Caribbean intercourse, the cultural singularitys of the Caribbean populace, and the ways in which Caribbean interroad and amelioration bias and are biasd by societies and ameliorations delayout the territory. GENERAL OBJECTIVES On stance of this Module, tyros should: 1. Understand the factors which feel shaped Caribbean interroad and amelioration; 2. Appreciate how cultural traits manifest throughout the territory feel outcomeed from Caribbean populaces’ standards; 3. Understand the vulgar features which pause amid Caribbean diversity; 4. Understand the junction of concepts encountered amid the Module, to their own lives and to the lives of their communities SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES Students should be efficacious to: 1. Locate and intrigueate the Caribbean; 2. Clear-up the anticipations ‘society’ and ‘culture’; 3. Describe the singularity features of Caribbean interroad and amelioration 4. Excite the adjunction of the unadorned wayes in Caribbean interroad and amelioration; . Assess the adjunction of geographical wayes on Caribbean interroad and amelioration 6. Evaluate the ways in which societal institutions adjunction on their lives; 7. Excite how the global homogeneity and Caribbean interroad adjunction on each other CONTENT 1. Location and Restriction of the Caribbean Territory i. Geographical location: a. Names of territories b. Sub-regions, for fruit, Greater Antilles, Lesser Antilles, Western Caribbean, Southern Caribbean, The Bahamas; c. Position of territories in narration to the Caribbean Sea, Atlantic Ocean and the continental fix mainityes i. Definitions of the Caribbean Territory a. Geographical; b. Geological; c. Historical; d. Political; iii. Caribbean Sameness and Amelioration 2. Characteristics of Interroad i. Interroad a. Shared vulgar object; b. A intrigueated territorial immeasurableness; c. Continuity aggravate occasion and immeasurableness; d. Citizenship amid a immeasurableness; ii. Amelioration a. Learned commence vulgar to all civilized natures; b. Norms and esteems which prepare a regulate to commence; c. Institutions which decree commence; 3. Characteristics of Caribbean Interroad and Amelioration i. Cultural Diversity Positive and disclaiming good-natured-natured-natured-tempered-natureds of cultural diversity; ethnic and cultural differences; the accommodation made floating divergent ethnic knots delay regard to immeasurableness, gregarious and economic energy and collective appearance. ii. Collective Stratification a. Plantation interroad and its adjunction on Caribbean collective stratification (that is, pursuit, colour, and currency as senior factors in collective stratification); education as a plea for new adjust shape and upward mobility; b. Concepts such as plantocracy, intelligentsia, intermediate adjust, bourgeoisie, efforting adjust, underclass, caste; iii. Collective Mobility iv. Hybridization a. Factors such as racial admixture and colour in the shape of Caribbean interroad and amelioration; anticipations enjoy mulatto, meztizo, dougla, transculturation, creole; b. Erasure, protestation and resuscitation of cultural practices 4. Adjunction of Unadorned Processes i. Vagrant moves and the structure of patterns of dregs by divergent knots amid the Caribbean from pre-Columbian occasions to the bestow ii. The fruit of intrigues of production: encomienda, considerateness, indentureship, the plantation intrigue iii. Responses of the Caribbean populace to severity and genocide: opposition, talent, fruit of lover knots v. Movements inside anarchy a. Gregarious enfranchisement: i. Adult suffrage; ii. Interior self-government; iii. Economic enfranchisement; iv. Entrepreneurial activities, including shop-keeping and savings societies. 5. Adjunction of Geographical Phenomena i. Plate tectonics a. Definition; b. Location and move of the Caribbean plate; c. Earthquakes and volcanoes: collective misinterpretation. ii. Hurricanes – collective and economic consequences iii. Soils – erosion, stabilisation iv. Coral reefs – coastal security, sustainability of fishing perseverance v. Droughts 6. Adjunction of Societal Institutions on Caribbean Populace i. Race i. Education iii. Faith iv. Fairness Intrigue 7. Caribbean-Global Interactions i. Influences of extra-regional societies on the Caribbean a. Consumption patterns: good-natured-natured-natured-tempered-natureds and services; b. Imaginary expressions: festivals, hush, theater arts, eatefficient practices; c. Education: adjunction of colonialism; the inshape age; articulation; curriculum reforms, for fruit, training of Caribbean Studies in universities in the United Kingdom d. Gregarious biass: i. Westminister System; ii. Rule of law; iii. Electoral wayes; iv. Caribbean subsidy to the gregarious commence of the calculate communities of Europe and North America; . Labour: the bias of vagrant labour; vi. Fun – cricket, soccer, basketball, footprint and indication; vii. Faith – oral and non-oral pious practices e. Majority Instrument f. Tourism ii. Caribbean biass on extra-regional countries a. Momentous gregarious issues originated amid countries of Europe and North America by the closeness of enlightened gum of Caribbean populace (for fruit, adjunction of the Haitians and Cubans maintenance in Florida upon the politics of that State). b. The adjunction of Caribbean festivals enjoy Notting Hill Masquerade in the United Kingdom (U. K. Labour Day in Brooklyn, Masquerade in Miami and Caribana in Canada on the economics of the areas where they happen ; the adjunction of migrant labour on the economies of the countries of North America. c. The adjunction of festivals and hush of the Caribbean ( for fruit, masquerade, calypso, reggae, punta, salsa, zouk) upon the festivals, hush, pageants and street parades of the countries of North America, Europe, Africa, and of Japan. d. The adjunction of Rastafarianism on countries throughout the cosmos-mob e. The bias of Caribbean eatefficient practices amid the countries of North America and Europe. Suggested training and Scholarship Activities To qualify tyro’s notice of the objectives in his Module, educationists are advised to attract tyros in the aftercitedcited training and scholarship activities. 1. Students are encouraged to form a Note-maker of key anticipations and concepts drawn from the module 2. Students can originate a atomcapacity inveterate on newspaper, recipient and Internet clippings which are misengage to the thesiss in the Modules 3. Effect maps and charts to intrigueate the Caribbean illustrating features of the corporeal environment, patterns of dregs and alibi 4. Individual or knot devices in which tyros commence interviews delay members of the interroad on societal and cultural alters 5. Lectures by elders of the homogeneity on the singularitys of Caribbean interroad and amelioration 6. Tours of plantations; documentaries on considerateness, opposition and liberal villages and anarchy 7. Adjust contend on the struggles for, and benefits of anarchy 8. The use of video footage, photographs from instrument houses and interdiplomatic agencies on hurricanes and volcanoes. Students can effect their toll of the adjunction of these disasters on interroad and husbanding 9. Students can intrigue posters on the consequence of soils and coral reefs to territories 10. Invite hushians, calypsonians, and folklorists to grant lectures on imaginary expressions 11. Students to pronounce 5-7 tiny bestowations on the adjunction of societal institutions on Caribbean populace RESOURCES Chavannes, B Rastafari: Roots and Ideology, Mona: Syracuse University Press Series, The Press, 1994 Deosaran, R. Reddock, R And Mustapha, N (eds) Contemporary Issues in Collective Science: A Caribbean Perspective. Vol: 1, 1994 James, C. L. R. Beyond a Boundary, London: Hutchinson and Company Limited, 1993 Nettleford, R. Caribbean Cultural Identity, Kingston: Institutes of Jamaica, 1978 Payne, A. and Sutton, P. (eds. ) Modern Caribbean Politics, Kingston: Ian Randle Publications, 1993 Reddock, R. (ed. ) Ethnic Minorities in Caribbean Societies, St. Augustine: ISER, 1996 Sutton, C. and Chaney, S. (eds. ) Caribbean Commence in New York City: Socio-cultural Dimensions, Centre of Alibi Studies, 1987 Thomas, Hope E. Exposition in Caribbean Migration, London: The MacMillan Press Limited, 1992 http://www. pwi. netcom. com/hhenke http://www. caricom. org MODULE 2: ISSUES IN CARIBBEAN DEVELOPMENT OVERVIEW Module 2 introduces tyros to divergent anticipations which satiate the restriction of fruit; to interrelationships floating collective, cultural, gregarious and economic factors in the fruit of the Caribbean territory; and to key natures and institutions which feel shaped the territory’s fruit GENERAL OBJECTIVE On stance of this Module, tyros should evidence an conception of the narrationship betwixt: i. Politics, economics and fruit; ii. Amelioration and fruit; iii. Technology and fruit; iv. Collective fairness and fruit SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES Students should be efficacious to: . Describe the concepts of fruit and the indicators used to mete fruit; 2. Evaluate how fruit in the territory is biasd by gregarious, economic, collective, cultural, environmental and technoclose factors; 3. Assess the ways in which globalization likes fruit in the territory; 4. Clear-up the ways in which the separation of the integration move in the Caribbean has biasd fruit in the territory; 5. Evaluate the consequence of funs to the fruit of the territory; 6. Assess the soundness of Caribbean reasoning to fruit of the territory; 7. Critically excite factors which adjunction on the mainity instrument’s subsidy to the fruit of the territory; 8. Formulate reasoned responses to issues of collective fairness amid their communities CONTENT 1. Concepts and indicators of fruit i. Concepts a. Sustainefficacious fruit b. Economic fruit ii. Indicators a. Levels of profitss b. Productivity c. Collective and economic equalization d. Modern comprehension e. Improved institutions and attitudes f. A relativenally co-ordinated intrigue of system metes g. Environmental factors 2. Factors that excite or above fruit i. Gregarious ideologies; despicable moves i. Distribution of wealth; wealths; profitss progeny iii. Changing adjust boundaries iv. Restriction of Caribbean standard and correspondingness v. Normal and man-made disasters vi. Adjunction of fruitful sector vii. Tourism a. Subsidy b. Challenges 3. Globalization and Fruit i. Restriction and Stages Facilitators of globalization, for fruit: a. Cosmos-mob Trade Organization; b. Interdiplomatic Monetary Fund; c. Cosmos-mob Bank; d. Transgregarious structures; e. Technology; f. Trade; g. Ideologies ii. Adjunction and Response a. Perseverance and commerce; b. Distributional sector (supermarkets, branch stores); . Labour; d. Technology; e. Ideology 4. The integration move i. The separation of: federation, CARIFTA, CARICOM, OECS, ACS ii. Achievements and challenges of three of the aftercitedcited: a. Caribbean Homogeneity (CARICOM); b. University of the West Indies (UWI); c. Caribbean Examinations Council (CXC); d. West Indies Cricket Board (WICB); e. Caribbean Tourism Structure (CTO); f. Caribbean Single Market and Husbanding (CSME); g. Regional Security Intrigue (RSS) 5. Contributions of fun i. Progeny of Proceeds ii. Heartiness and narration iii. Educational opportunities iv. Sense of Caribbean correspondingness v. Discipdirection and morale vi. Closeness on the cosmos-mob spectacle vii. Sports tripism 6. Subjective romances Objectives and adjunction of the aftercitedcited: a. Pan Africanism; b. Negritude; c. Industrialization by invitation; d. Marxism and neo-Marxism; e. Caribbean perspectives on British Capitalism; f. Trends in Caribbean feminist reasoning; g. Indo-Caribbean reasoning; h. Indigenous perspectives 7. Roles and exercises of the mainity instrument i. Anticipation of inshape encircling institutions, events and trends in singular countries, the territory and the global homogeneity j. Entertainment k. Erection of gregarious correspondingness . Cultural imperialism 8. Collective fairness i. Comprehension of competing concepts of collective fairness, for fruit, recollection of normal hues, thrift and alternate utility ii. Discrimination on the axioms of age, gender, ethnicity, pursuit o adjust iii. Indicators of fruit forced by breaches of collective fairness: a. Levels of collective and economic equalization b. Productivity c. Quality of commence Suggested Training and Scholarship Activities To qualify tyro’s notice of the objectives in this module, educationists are advised to attract tyros in the aftercitedcited training and scholarship ctivities 1. Students are encouraged to form a note-maker of anticipations and concepts amid the Module 2. Students should form a atom capacity on the lives and cosmos-mob of men-folks who feel addd to the fruit of the territory in the indication of politics, labour, the arts, funs. 3. A adjust lore device: for fruit, the fruit by knots of tyros of charts to likeness a relatively effort floating countries of the Caribbean territory in areas enjoy GNP, anticipation of heartiness, literacy rates and unemployment 4. Tyro Parliamentary contend on the 1990 Cosmos-mob bank Repute for the Caribbean . Adjust contends on a arconcatenate of national issues, for fruit, the want of the Federation, CARICOM, collective fairness, heartiness, misdemeanor and economic issues 6. Panel argument on Caribbean subject-matterive romance 7. Students transcribe a ‘play’ on globalization and its good-natured-natured-natured-tempered-natureds 8. A regulated trip to a national instrument fortification 9. Students can evaluate television and radio programmes, advertisements inveterate on criteria enterd at through adjust argument 10. Students transcribe scholarship to the editor of gregarious newspapers, formulating responses to a arconcatenate of issues 11. Students reate posters on the inmisengage arrangement of industrial attenuate, and aggravatecrowding in courtly centres. RESOURCES Beckles, H. A Spirit of Dominance: Cricket and Nationalism in the West Indies, Kingston: Ian Randle Publications, 1997 Globalization, Communications and Caribbean Identity, Kingston: Ian Randle Publications, 1995 Rethinking Development, Kingston: Consortium Graduate Teach In the Collective Sciences, 1995 Black Meteors: The Caribbean in Integregarious Athletics, Kingston: Ian Randle Publications, 1998 Dunn, H. S. (ed. ) Girvan, N. (ed) Ince, B. Leo-Rhynie, E. Bailey, B. and Barrow, C. eds. ) Gender: A Multi Disciplinary reader on the Caribbean, Kingston: Ian Randle Publications, 1996 MODULE 3: INVESTIGATING HUMAN AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE CARIBEAN OVERVIEW This Module introduces tyros to some of the senior concepts and skills which should be mastered in commenceing lore. Through the lore way, tyros get feel the opening to coagulate their conception of a intrigueated area of Caribbean standard which they feel clarified GENERAL OBJECTIVES On stance of this module, tyros should: 1. Evidence lore and analytical skills; . Effort defiantly or in teams to formulate, commence and repute on inquiries into issues they feel verified as weighty to the territory 3. Appreciate the consequence of intellectual issues in commenceing lore SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES Students should be efficacious to: 1. Clear-up the disposition and object of lore; 2. Standard a lore stance; 3. Evaluate pauseing inshape encircling the stance; 4. Formulate misengage lore doubts and or hypothesis; 5. Inventory diverse methods and instruments of facts collection; 6. Engage misengage formats in bestowing facts; 7. Draw conclusions and establish recommendations; 8. Use American Psychoclose Association conference emendly; 9. Adhere to basic principles for maintaining intellectual standards in commenceing lore CONTENT 1. Disposition and object of lore i. Systematic enquiry ii. Progeny of new comprehension iii. Reliability and power in lore iv. Stance solving 2. The lore stance Identification of a lore stance 3. Sources of Inshape h. Identifying and waying sources: a. Solid consider; b. Internet Resources; c. Oral histories; d. Newsbrochure reputes; e. Minutes of asings; . Archive i. Criteria for election and use: a. Relevance; b. Degree of objectivity; c. Adequacy 4. Characteristics of lore objectives i. Junction ii. Direct associate to lore stance iii. Informed by sources iv. Clarity 5. Methods and Instruments of Facts Collection i. Sampling a. Probability and non-probability; b. Target population i. Surveys a. Types of surveys; b. Interview techniques; c. Questionnaire erection 6. Format of Presenting Facts i. Tabular ii. Graphic iii. Extract 7. Conclusion and Recommendation i. Main findings in narration to lore objectives ii. Areas of resistance in narration to lore objectives iii. New and concerning findings, if any iv. Limitations of the con-over v. Areas for prefer lore 8. American Psychoclose Association Conventions (APAC) i. Bibliographies ii. Referencing 9. Principles of intellectual commence, for fruit: i. Consent of lore subject-matters; ii. Regard for concealment and confidentiality; iii. Integrity and genuineness of the lore way THEMES Recommended Areas for Investigation The aftercitedcited thesiss rebestow areas of concern to the contemporary Caribbean in anticipations of their soundness to territoryal fruit. The inventory is not considered debilitating and it is expected that new thesiss get be acquired. Under each thesis distinction, extensive areas for unplain con-over are verified for the repress of tyros. Students may cull one of the thesiss to be the subject-matter of the lore device A. The Environment i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. Pollution Sewage and Solid Attenuate Management Coming to anticipations delay Normal and man-made Disasters Housing growing populations Security of Parks and the Gregarious entailment Toxic Attenuate Arrangement Renewefficacious and non-renewefficacious wealths of the Caribbean B. The Majority instrument i. ii. iii. iv. v. Impact of clarified instrument on cultural expressions and esteems Issues arising from the repress of inshape by extraregional instrument structures Issues surrounding censorship and liberaldom of inshape Goods of instrument messages on the economies of Caribbean countries The good-natured-natured-natured-tempered-natureds of new technologies on the growing bias of the mainity instrument in the Caribbean C. Gender Issues in the Caribbean i. ii. iii. iv. v. Changing male-female narrationships in the Caribbean – causes and singularity features Gender issues in education Gender narrations in the effortfix Gender issues in the mainity instrument Gender issues and the law D. The Fruitful Sector and Fruit i. ii. iii. Farming practices and fix trade Fruit of misengage technologies Adjunction of new technologies iv. Foreign superiority of the fruitful sector Tourism Agro-industries v. vi. E. Heartiness i. ii. iii. iv. v. Changing patterns of ailment The adjunction of cultural behavior and esteem intrigues Traditional/modern salve Heartiness pains and the husbanding Sexual and refruitful heartiness – collective, economic, intellectual and constitutional issues F. Misdemeanor in the Caribbean i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. Crime as a exercise of changing collective structures and technologies Trade in illicit narcotics Adjunction of misdemeanor on the husbanding and on the gregarious structure Goods of misdemeanor on the interroad Adjunction on the corporeal polite-nature of natures of the territory Interdiplomatic narrations in the repress of misdemeanor G. Sports i. ii. iii. iv. v. Goods of verified policies on the fruit of funs Corporeal benefits Sports and the territoryal/gregarious husbanding Adjunction of amplifying technologies on effort in funs Changing patterns of concern and fruit H. The Effort Fix i. ii. iii. v. v. vi. Patterns of unemployment; causes and good-natured-natured-natured-tempered-natureds of unemployment Adjunction of changing technologies Challenges of entrepreneurial air in the Caribbean Changing role of labour unions Industrial Law in the effort fix Providing education for the cosmos-mob of effort I. The Languages of the Caribbean i. Unadorned and collective factors shaping Caribbean Creoles ii. iii. iv. Implications for maintaining European articulations as the administrative articulations of the territory Roles and exercises of Creole articulations amid Caribbean societies Oral romances amid the amelioration J. Faith i. ii. Emergence and identity of folk forms of exalt Faith and education in the territory Adjunction of modernization on faith in the Caribbean Faith and opinion forms of salve Faith and collective alter in the territory Adjunction of faith on race esteems iii. iv. v. vi. K. Literary, Performing and Visual Arts i. Factors momentous the separation of verified art forms (for fruit, narrative, inter-culturation, new technologies) Solid and unplain roles for the performing arts in the fruit of countries amid the Caribbean Intellectual and constitutional issues – copyright, censorship Adjunction of globalization ii. iii. v. Suggested Training and Scholarship Activities To qualify tyros’ notice of the objectives in this Module, educationists are advised to attract tyros in the aftercitedcited training and scholarship activities. 1. Sift-canvass the consequence of the lore brochure in anticipations of the aggravateall establishment 2. Sift-canvass lore likenesss and methods by educationist and other wealth idiosyncratic(s) 3. Prepare a arconcatenate of fruits of stances propositions, followed by adjust argument to hazardously evaluate the usefulness and single-mindedness of scantling stance propositions 4. Prepare fruits of consider reviews to standard aftercited a whilehold elements, such as: i. Relevance of theories and lore findings to subject-matter; ii. Agreement or disagreement betwixt the customary theories; iii. Emend citation of sources 5. Knot decomposition of scantling lore reputes so as to succor tyros to enter at an conception of constituent magnitude, and of formats misengage to divergent likenesss of lore intrigue 6. Amplify a note-maker of lore anticipations 7. Guided knot library trips to succor tyros to standard and way sources of inshape 8. Amplify interviewing skills followed by adjust evaluation of the interviews 9. Mini-observation assignments amid the adjustroom, the teach, homogeneity or the effortfix 0. Sift-canvass the use and voucher of sources to eschew plagiarism 11. Sift-canvass the vulgar stances encountered in intrigueing and commenceing lore 12. Educationist feedback on device 13. Establish occasion directions for patience of drafts of the device Indication and Profundity of Con-over Students should be regulated in making decisions encircling indication and profundity as they commence and repute on this con-over. Constraints of occasion and device diffusiveness get like the disposition of the stance chosen, the population clarified for con-over, and the degree of secreteage of the misengage consider. It get so acception the insist that secreteage of the consider be misengage and concise. Occasion Management During the road of con-over, twenty adjunction hours are proposed for training the basic concepts of lore and the skills of preparing a lore offer and repute, as polite as for argument of factors which must be considered at divergent stages of the con-over. Twenty hours are allocated for the tyro’s defiant effort in carrying out the divergent phases of the con-over. At this occasion, the role of the educationist get be that of an advisor RESOURCES Suggested Reading List Boxill, I. , Chambers, C. M. , Wint, E. Introduction to Collective lore delay Applications to the Caribbean, Kingston: Canoe Press, University of the West Indies, 1997 Roberts, P. West Indians and their Language, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001 Sanders, R. Narcotics, Corruption and Fruit in the Countries of the OECS: The Stance in the Smaller Islands of the Commonwealth Caribbean, Caribbean Affairs 3: 1, 1990 West Indian Commission A Occasion for Action: Repute of the West Indian Commission, Mona: The Press, University of the West Indies, 1992 World Heartiness Structure Heartiness and Environment in Sustainefficacious Developments Five years aftercited the Earth Summit, 1997 OUTLINE OF ASSESMENT EXTERNAL ASSESSMENT 60% Written Papers – 4 hours 30 tinys Brochure 01 (1 hour 30 tinys) Fifteen polite-behaved-behaved-founded shirt-response doubts 27% Brochure 02 ( 3 hours) View essay doubts of which aspirants must response filthy 33% INTERNAL ASSESSMENT 40% Brochure 03A The interior toll get pause of a lore device. The device get enefficacious the tyro to evidence skills and competencies plain from each of the three modules. Brochure 03B Private aspirants are claimd to transcribe Brochure 03B, an Opinion Brochure to the Interior Toll MODERATION OF INTERNAL ASSESSMENT An Interior Toll Record Sheet get be sent each year to teachs submitting tyros for the establishments. All Interior Toll Record Sheets and scantling of assignments must be submitted to CXC by May 31 of the year of the establishment. A scantling of assignments get be requested by CXC for frugality objects. These scantlings get be reassessed by CXC examiners who temperate the Interior Assessment. Teachers’ indications may be adjusted as a outcome of frugality. The Examiners’ comments get be sent to teachs. Copies of the tyros’ assignments that are not submitted must be retained by the teach until three months aftercited promulgation by CXC of the establishment outcomes ASSESSMENT DETAILS External Toll by Written Papers (60% of Sum toll) There get be a utterly doubt brochure and response capacitylet for Brochure 01 Brochure 01 (1 hour 30 tinys – 27% of Sum Assessment) 1. Calculate of Questions This brochure is made up of 15 polite-behaved-behaved-founded short-response doubts secreteing all three modules 2. Syllabus Coverage Comprehension of all subject-matters is claimd. The delineation is to standard aspirants’ comprehension over the space of the syllabus 3. Doubt likeness Questions get be structured, pauseing of two, three or filthy magnitude. Questions get standard aspirants’ conception of concepts and issues 4. Indication Allocation Questions get not necessarily be awarded the corresponding calculate of indications. A doubt may be merit three, filthy, five or at most six indications The completion calculate of indications for this brochure is 80. This brochure adds 27% of the sum indication for the Item Brochure 02 (3 hours – 33% of Sum Assessment) 1. Calculate of Questions This brochure pauses of view doubts. Candidates are claimd to response for doubts, two from Module 1 and two from Module 2 2. Syllabus Coverage This brochure standards Modules 1 and 2. Filthy doubts get be set on Module 1 and filthy doubts on Module 2. Candidates are claimd to response two doubts on each module. 3. Doubt Likeness Questions in this individuality get standard remarkable dispose thinking skills such as collision, decomposition, structure and evaluation. Candidates get be expected to bestow a plight for or resisting a aim aim of view, using the concepts and issues sift-canvassed in the road There get be two likenesss of doubts. Likeness A There get be filthy doubts of this likeness. These get standard aspirants’ ability to manifest-up and concoct on conceptual issues and engage unconcealed principles to a stance locality. Each doubt is merit 20 indications and aspirants are claimd to response one of two doubts on Module 1 and one of two doubts on Module 2 Likeness B There get be filthy doubts of this likeness. These get claim aspirants to excite stance plights, sift-canvass and establish evaluate comments or issues and bestow arguments for or resisting a aim aim of view. Each doubt is merit 30 indications and aspirants are claimd to response one of two doubts on Module 1 and one of two doubts on module 2. INTERNAL ASSESSMENT Brochure 03A – Interior Toll (40% of Sum Assessment) Interior Toll is an gross deal-out of tyro toll in the road secreteed by this syllabus. It is contrived to co-operate-after a while tyros in acquiring regular comprehension, skills and attitudes that are associated delay the subject-matter. The activities for the Interior Toll are associateed to the syllabus and should orm deal-out of the scholarship activities to enefficacious the tyro to conclude the objectives of the syllabus. During the road of con-over for the subject-matter, tyros allure indications for the sufficiency they amplify and evidence in enterprise their Interior Toll assignments. These indications add to the conclusive indications and grades that are awarded to tyros for their effort in the establishment The regulatelines prepared in this syllabus for selecting misengage tasks are contrived to co-operate-after a while educationists and tyros in selecting assignments that are strong for the object of Interior Assessment. The regulatelines prepared for the toll of these assignments are contrived to co-operate-after a while educationists in awarding indications that are reliefficacious estimates of the concludement of tyros in the Interior Toll constituent of the road. In dispose to secure that the scores awarded by the educationists are not out of direction delay the CXC standards, the Council undertakes the frugality of a scantling of the Interior Toll assignments indicationed by each educationist. Interior Toll prepares an opening to singularize a deal-out of the curriculum to as the needs of tyros. It qualifys feedback to the tyro at diverse stages of the standard. This succors to raise the impudence of tyros as they profits delay their studies. Interior Toll so qualifys the fruit of hazardous skills and abilities emphasized by this CAPE subject-matter, and repair the power of the establishment on which aspirant effort is reputeed. Interior Toll accordingly establishs a weighty and rare subsidy to twain the fruit of misengage skills and the standarding and rewarding of tyros for the fruit of those skills. The Caribbean Examinations Council seeks to secure that the Interior Toll scores are strong and reliefficacious estimates of operation. The regulatelines prepared in this syllabus are contrived to co-operate-after a while in doing so. The interior toll constituent of the establishment is merit 120 indications. This adds 40% of the sum indication for the item. The Lore Device The interior toll for this Item is a lore device on a subject-matter clarified on any area of the thesiss outlines on pages 22-25 of the syllabus. The assignment is merit a sum of 120 indications for the interior toll FORMAT OF THE REEARCH PROJECT I. II. Length: 2,000 – 2,500 articulation Structure: Caggravate Page (Title, Name, Date): Acknowledgements Tefficacious of Contents: III. a. Introduction and Object of Lore b. Literature Review c. Facts Collection sources d. Endowment of Findings e. Interpretation of Findings f. Argument g. Conclusion/Limitations of the Research/Recommendations h. Bibliography i. Appendices Allocation of Marks for the Lore Device Marks get be allocated according to the aftercitedcited intrigue: Marks A. Introduction and Object of lore, Proposition of Stance (15) Consider Review Facts Collection Sources (10) (15) B. C. D. Endowment of Findings (18) Interpretation of Findings (20) E. F. Argument of Findings (15) G. Conclusion, Limitations of the Research, Recommendations (15) Overall Endowment and Adaptation Skills (12) H. *The aims to be considered for individuality H are as follows: Endowment j. Caggravate Page k. Acknowledgements l. Tefficacious of Contents m. Bibliography n. Appendices Mechanics/Writing h. Paragraphing i. Vocabulary, use of articulation j. Phraseology and Spelling indications] [Total 120 Marks for the Lore Device would be allocated over Modules in the relative 1: 1: 4. For fruit if the sum indications for the device is 72, distribute the indication in the relative 1: 1: 4. Accordingly the aspirant get entertain 12 indications. For Module 1, 12 indications for Module 2 and 48 indications for Module 3 CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL CARIBBEAN ADVANCED PROFICIENCY EXAMINATION CARIBBEAN STUDIES MARK SCHEME Candidates get be awarded a sum of 12 indications for communicating inshape in a close way using emend phraseology. The indications are awarded in Individuality H in the indication intrigue adown RESEARCH PROJECT A. INTRODUCTION indications) (Purpose of lore – Proposition of Problem) ? (15 Meritorious exposition of the object of the lore ? Very good-natured-natured-natured-tempered-natured-natured exposition of the proposition of the doubt or stance to be loreed ? Explained very polite the educational esteem of the lore ? Defined obviously all or closely all the technical anticipations used in the con-over (13-15 indications) ? Explained polite the object of the lore ? Stated obviously the doubt or stance to be loreed ? Explained polite the educational esteem of the lore ? Defined obviously most or closely all the technical anticipations used in the con-over (10 – 12 indications) ? Explained unlimitedly the object of the lore ? Customary unlimitedly the doubt or stance to be loreed ? Explained unlimitedly the educational esteem of the lore ? Defined unlimitedly technical anticipations used in the con-over (7-9 indications) ? Explained in a impecunious way the object of the lore ? Customary vaguely the doubt or stance to be loreed ? Explained vaguely the educational esteem of the lore Defined a impecunious calculate of technical anticipations used in the con-over (4 – 6 indications) ? Explained indisposed the object of the lore ? Customary otherwise the doubt or stance to be loreed ? Granted no manifest exposition of the educational esteem of the lore ? Granted no meaningful restriction of technical anticipations used in the con-over (1-3 indications) B. LITERATURE REVIEW indications) (15 ? Showed an meritorious conception of the misengage consider and former lore on the stance and connected them suitably to the con-over, that is, fixd the lore obviously in composition (13 – 15 indications) Showed a good-natured-natured-natured-tempered-natured-natured conception of the misengage consider and former lore on the stance and connected them suitably to the con-over, that is, fixd the lore misapplyly in composition (10 – 12 indications) ? Showed an unscant conception of the misengage consider and former lore on the stance and connected them suitably to the con-over, that is, fixd the lore satisfactorily in composition (7 – 9 indications) ? Showed a impecunious conception of the misengage consider and former lore on the stance and connected them in a impecunious deportment to the bestow con-over, that is, fixd the lore in composition in a impecunious way (4 – 6 indications) Showed a impecunious conception of the misengage consider and former lore and likenessed brief or no communication to the bestow con-over, that is, was unefficacious to put the lore in composition (1 – 3 indications) C. DATA COLLECTION SOURCES (10 indications) ? Gave an meritorious name of the divergent sources, from which inshape was composed and was allureed and how these sources add to an conception of the lore stance (9 – 10 indications) ? Gave an good-natured-natured-natured-tempered-natured-natured name of the divergent sources, from which inshape was allureed and how these sources add to an conception of the lore stance (7 - 8 indications) Gave an unscant name of the divergent sources, from which inshape was allureed and how these sources add to an conception of the lore stance (5 - 6 indications) ? Gave a impecunious name of the divergent sources, from which inshape was allureed and how these sources add to an conception of the lore stance (3 - 4 indications) ? Gave a impecunious name of the divergent sources, from which inshape was allureed and how these sources add to an conception of the lore stance (1-2 indications) D. PRESENTATION OF FINDINGS indications) (18 Gave an meritorious bestowation of the findings using a difference of tables, graphs, maps or extract and other forms that are misapply, polite labeled, bestowed precisely (16 – 18 indications) ? Gave a good-natured-natured-natured-tempered-natured-natured bestowation of the findings using a difference of tables, graphs, maps or extract and other forms that are misapply, polite labeled, bestowed precisely most of the occasion (12 – 15 indications) ? Gave an unscant bestowation of the findings and some tables, graphs, maps or extract but not using as divers multiplied methods as could feel been used; the facts were for the most deal-out servile and unlimitedly labeled (8 – 11 indications) Gave a frail bestowation of the findings using few graphs or tables or extract, not regularly using the most conducive method; the facts were not regularly polite bestowed or servile (4 – 7 indications) ? Gave a impecunious bestowation of the findings; brief though is grantn to the labeling and bestowation and to the atonement of the facts (1 – 3 indications) E. INTERPRETATION OF FINDINGSDISCUSSION OF FINDINGS (20 indications) ? Interpretation was very polite, servile and very misengage to the issues nature learned (17 – 20 indications) ? Interpretation was manifest, servile and misengage to the issues nature learned (13-16 indications) Interpretation was not manifest, not regularly servile and not regularly misengage to the issues nature learned (9 – 12 indications) ? Interpretation was unclear, inservile and of impecunious junction to the issues nature learned (5 – 8 indications) ? Interpretation was unconcealedly unclear, inservile and was of brief junction to the issues nature learned (1 – 4 indications) F. DISCUSSION OF FINDINGS (15 indications) ? Granted an meritorious argument of findings and their implications and similitude delay former studies (13 – 15 indications) ? Granted a good-natured-natured-natured-tempered-natured-natured argument of findings and their implications and similitude delay former studies (10-12 indications) Granted a jocular argument of findings and their implications and similitude delay former studies (7 – 9 indications) ? Granted a impecunious argument of findings and their implications; brief intimation to former studies were made (4 – 6 indications) ? Granted a very impecunious argument of findings and their implications, no intimation to former studies were made (1 – 3 indications) G. CONCLUSIONS, LIMITATIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS (15 indications) • Conclusions were very obviously customary, very polite plain, close and misengage (13 – 15 indications) Conclusions were obviously customary, were polite plain, close and misengage (10 – 12 indications) • Conclusions were satisfactorily customary, plain, some recommendations (7 – 9 indications) • Conclusions were otherwise customary, likenessed impecunious junction and fruit, recommendations were inmisengage and not very serviceable (4 – 6 indications) • Conclusions were inmisengage and likenessed brief or no junction or serviceable esteem (1-3 indications) H. OVERALL PRESENTATION AND WRITING SKILLS (12 indications) (Communication of inshape in a close way using emend phraseology) i. Presentation (4 indications) • Granted misengage layout, and misengage tables of satisfied, bibliography, appendices, caggravate page (4 indications) • Granted unscant layout, and misengage tables of satisfied, bibliography, appendices, caggravate page (3 indications) • Granted layout misengage for the most deal-out, and tables of satisfied, bibliography, caggravate page (2 indications) • Granted a frail bestowation and simply some of the momentous elements such as tefficacious of satisfied, bibliography, appendices, caggravate page and those that were grantn were not polite produced (1 indication) ii. Adaptation Skills (8 indications) Demonstrated very noble smooth of adaptation sufficiency, for fruit, structure, use of articulation, phraseology, spelling (7 – 8 indications) • Demonstrated noble smooth of adaptation sufficiency, for fruit, structure, use of articulation, phraseology, spelling (5 - 6 indications) • Demonstrated unscant adaptation skills, for fruit, structure, use of articulation, phraseology, spelling (4 indications) • Demonstrated impecunious adaptation skills, for fruit, frail use of articulation and phraseology, separate spelling errors (3 indications) • Demonstrated impecunious adaptation skills, for fruit, impecunious use of articulation, impecunious phraseology, divers errors in spelling (1 – 2 indications)