The material in this book covers a wide range of issues concerning food starting from a Caribbean perspective and broadening out to include the foods and customs of other people around the world. The book provides an excellent example of how to build a curriculum covering a range of skills and subjects, based on the studentsí experience, perspectives and concerns, using one everyday topic as a starting point.
|Peppercorn Book Number: 930-0006|
|Publisher: LLU+, London S. Bank University|
|Place of Publication: London, UK|
|Year of Publication: 1992|
|Size: A4, portrait|
|Length: 64 pages|