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(c) National Identity

24. state national symbols;
25. name outstanding local personalities;
26. list the different ethnic groups in their country;

National cultural heritage:
(a) nation builders;
(b) political;
(c) educational;
(d) sports;
(e) cultural;
(f) national events;
(g) national flag;
(h) anthem;
(i) coat of arms;
(j) motto or watchwords;
(k) flora;
(l) fauna.
(d) Civic Competences
27. explain how Government works;

Choosing a Government

Three functions of each Arm:
(a) Legislature;
(b) Judiciary;
(c) Executive.

28. outline duties and obligations of citizens. (a) obeying the law;
(b) paying taxes;
(c) voting;
(d) respect for law and order.
(c) Constitutional Rights and Responsibilities
14. list rights and responsibilities of individual

(a) right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness;
(b) rights of the child;
(c) right to equal opportunity for education and other public services;
(d) freedom from abuse;
(e) right to vote;
(f) right to a fair trial;
(g) freedom of association;
(h) freedom of expression.

(a) respect for the rights of others;
(b) respect for parents, elders, teachers and fellow students;
(c) respect for laws of the country;
(d) respect for civic duties, responsibilities and liberties, including ethical practices in the conduct of elections (fraudulent voting practices);
(e) ethical practices in the pursuit of public business (corruption, nepotism and cronyism).

(a) My Country and My Region
3. group the territories in different ways; Caribbean territories can be grouped in several ways:

Islands: The Greater Antilles, Lesser Antilles, Netherland Antilles, the Bahamas, Turks and Caicos Islands, US and British Virgin Islands and the Cayman Islands.

Mainland countries. Belize and Guyana are considered part of the Commonwealth Caribbean because they share a common history and language

4. identify flags of Caribbean countries; Flags of Caribbean countries.
(d) Benefits of Caribbean Integration
13. debate the benefits of Caribbean integration. (a) CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME);
(b) Caribbean Community (CARICOM);
(c) Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS);
(d) education;
(e) trade;
(f) health;
(g) emergency management and disaster preparedness
Caribbean Examinations Council. 2014. CCSLC Social Studies Syllabus Effective for examinations from May–June 2014. Retrieved from http://www.cxc.org
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