History SBA Guidelines

2091 Words Feb 16th, 2015 9 Pages
GRAYDON SEALY SECONDARY SCHOOL

GENERAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT
HISTORY

Guidelines for the Completion of Caribbean History SBA
❖ Please note that the guidelines that follow are to assist you; therefore, they should be followed. However, if you are unclear about anything pertaining to what you have to do, it is your responsibility to seek the necessary assistance from your subject teacher. CXC Caribbean History Examination Outline
The CXC History Paper consists of three parts:
1. Paper 1­ Multiple Choice (Questions will be chosen from the Core)

2. Paper 2 – Essay Type Questions (2 Questions will be set on the
NINE
themes. You are required to
ANSWER THREE QUESTIONS, ONE FROM THE THREE
THEMES
…show more content…
Unknown (2003) stated that sugar could only be profitable if grown on a large scale.
E.g. Slater (n.d.) highlighted the increase in the black population as being the result of the large importation of enslaved Africans to meet the labour demands on the sugar plantations.

Using a Bibliography
When doing research, you must also cite the sources that you used in a bibliography. All sources must be listed in alphabetical order.
❖ Citing Books in a Bibliography­
Author/s. year of publication. Title of source. Place

of publication: Name of publishers.
Eg
. ­ Claypole, W., Robottom, John.

Caribbean Story (New Edition),
England: Longman Caribbean 1981

Citing Online Sources in a Bibliography­
Contributors' names (Last edited date). Title of resource. Retrieved from (place web address here)

Eg. ­ Brizee, A. (2010, May 5).The Appearance of the Arawaks. Retrieved from http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/ CARIBBEAN EXAMINATION COUNCIL
CARIBBEAN HISTORY
SCHOOL BASED ASSESMENT
2014

Name: Emmanuel Sighn
Candidate #: 03001210111
School code: 030012
Topic: What was the impact of the sugar revolution on the social, economic and political th landscape of the British West Indies in the latter half of the 17 century?

SBA TOPIC
1. Show how the sugar revolution impacted the social, economic and political landscape of the British th West Indian (BWI)

More about History SBA Guidelines

Open Document