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JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
This material shows teachers and students how to recognise and produce the sounds of the English Language with specific attention to sounds that are problematic for speakers of English in West Africa. The exercises at the end of each level accompanied by some suggested answers helps students to self-evaluate their understanding.
An Introduction is aimed at providing a comprehensive foundation and an accounting teaching and learning material for the first year undergraduate business students.
This book treats all the topics in detail through working definitions, explorations, explanations and examples in sentences and other contexts in which punctuation occurs. The exercises at the end of each chapter are especially useful as they test students and ‘users’ grasp of the topics.
Financial Accounting for SHS provides an up-to-date information on all the topics in the current teaching syllabus on Financial Accounting. With well-organised chapters and detailed contents, students will be able to apply concepts in Financial Accounting effectively.
Kwadwoan Notes on various literary texts has become a bestselling literature commentary in all Senior High Schools around the country. Each Commentary has been carefully written to meet the needs and expectation of both students and teachers of literature as well as individuals who wish to explore and enjoy curriculum –related texts.
This is an excellent, all-time literary reference book which covers almost all the literary terms needed by students of English Language and Literature-in-English… Indeed, individuals in academia will find this book a valuable addition to their library.
This is the first of three French books written for Junior High Schools in Ghana by Kwadwoan. In this era of educational reform and its attendant emphasis on the study of French A New Practical French Course Book One provides the perfect course book to the French teacher and the pupil alike.
Having been strictly written according to the current syllabus in compliance with the New Educational Reforms, this course book is not only a stepping stone on the knowledge acquired in Book 1 but it also takes pupils through all the major aspects of the French Language namely: grammar, reading, comprehension, essay and orals.
This is a progression on the French books 2 and 3. In an attempt to cover all the major aspects of the French Language namely: grammar, reading and orals, the passages and dialogues have been made to present authentic situations that pupils are familiar with.
Kiddy Maths for Kindergarten 1 is the first of a two-series course for kindergarteners. It introduces the pre-schooler to certain basic numeracy skills needed in order to build on in later school life. As a skill-based work book, it gives the child the pleasure of satisfying their curiosity through engaging in the carefully designed and illustrated activities.
In this second book in the Kindergarten mathematics series, children build on the solid foundation laid in book 1 as they sort out, match, pair, measure, write and draw their own conclusions about numeracy through the diverse activities they are engaged in.
A follow-up on the lower primary science series, Integrated Science for Upper Primary 4 offers both teachers and pupils an insightful and practical book to aid teaching and learning. This book fully satisfies the requirement of the Ghana Education Service (GES) syllabus. It is certainly a must-have for Primary 4 learners.
This is another engaging science book from Kwadwoan aimed at promoting the study of science by nurturing in young learners the desire to pursue higher education in the sciences; Integrated Science for Upper Primary 5 uses practical examples, lively pictures and intriguing activities to achieve its goal. Having been put together by experienced science educators, this book is essential for basic level science education.
With an accomplished record of quality educational book publication, Kwadwoan’s Integrated Science for Upper Primary 6 is no different. Combining the knowledge of learned science educators and resource persons, Book 6 of our basic science series summarises and prepares the learner for higher tuition and success in the field of science.
As an introductory book to environmental studies, this book has been written to assist children to acquire interest in things happening in their immediate surroundings…
The second in the Kindergarten environmental studies series, this book will help children interact with events and objects in their immediate surroundings.
Just like other girls in her village, Aba is sent to the big city to work as a maid, equipped with just basic literacy skills. Though overworked and sometimes maltreated, she goes about her duties without complaint. Can any good come out from her ordeal?
Just when Ananse swallows a morsel of food offered to the gods of the land, then his troubles in the land of idiots begin…having broken a crucial taboo. Ananse finds himself back behind his loom, not weaving a web this time round but rather, an intricate plot to extricate him from death.
In putting together a language and literacy material better suited to kindergarteners, the pre-schooler’s range of vocabulary, thinking ability and environment were considered. This is no doubt one of the best books ever published in Ghana for kindergarteners.
As an activity-based book, Kiddy English book 2 provides children with an opportunity to explore, observe, listen and express their thoughts on events, pictures and things in their environment. Pre-schooler’s will really gain a sense of confidence with a solid foundation as this.
First of the three books in the Science series for basic schools, this book has been written by experienced science educators who through illustrations, diagrams and activities have tried to fire the learner’s curiosity, observation skills and interest to help scientifically explain their lives and the things that happen around them.
A build-up on the basic concepts studied in book one, Natural Science for Primary Book Two has been written in simple language using illustrations, activities, projects and examples to increase the learner’s interest in Science as a subject.
This third book in the basic school Science series reinforces what has been previously learnt. Tailored according to the syllabus and written by experienced science educators, learners are equipped for more fun and explorative experience.
Having his dream of becoming an athlete shattered, Mr. Essel is determined to have Olivia pursue a career that wouldn’t taint his family’s name. Olivia –young, adventurous and headstrong, is convinced that life is worth nothing without fulfilling her passion. Unfortunately, her desire to prove a point by following her dream hits a feverish pitch. Still hopeful, how will she come out of the sinking-sand she finds herself in?
An in-depth and comprehensive material which covers all aspects of the Senior High School syllabus for the Management in Living programme. This book is recommended for the teaching and learning of Management in Living in Senior High Schools (SHS), Technical/ Vocational Institutes and Colleges of Education by GES.
Thus far, Practical Social Studies has been recognised by social science experts as the best social studies resource available. The in-depth, scholarly treatment of topics as required in the new syllabus makes this an invaluable book for both teachers and students.
Join the award-winning author, Elizabeth-Irene Baitie, on another sensational chronicle and learn as the fun-loving Mercy, the dashing Perry and cunning Salvina turn St. Felice upside down with the election tsunami.
This book offers the most up-to-date communication and information design theories and practical lessons from varied sources in consultation with leading experts on the field. It encourages students to develop and master the basic conceptual thinking and the technical skills that distinguish graphic designers from desktop technicians.
A Complete course in Food and Nutrition provides students with a book which treats every topic under this subject exhaustively. It will serve the need of Food and Nutrition students and indeed all lovers and curious adherents of the food industry.
In the second of the St. Felice series, Mercy isn’t going to embarrass herself by speaking in a school competition just so her house can win the Dorm Cup. No way! When thrust into the Dorm Challenge, she discovers that the prize for speaking up is more precious than a trophy…and the prize for listening properly can mean more than anything in the world.
In an attempt to flee her past, Dr. Elaine Grant takes up a dental post in the Upper East Region of Ghana and starts a new life. Just when she grows to love her new home at Sandema, the past she tried so hard to forget comes back to haunt her. Will she face it or flee?
In an intriguing tale of suspense, Mercy who knew exactly the sort of friends she wanted to make in her new school realizes that true friendship comes from the heart, and that the least likely of the twelve girls in her dormitory would come to mean the most to them all.
Between Togbi Somadza, chief priest of Tugla’s twins, one has always admired his father and nursed ambitions of succeeding him after his death while Atakuma, placid, taciturn and reticent, strays into Christianity against the family tradition. How does Atakuma cope with the attractions of the secular world when he leads a lifestyle that is at variance with his calling as a priest?
“As soon as the children entered the cave, several pairs of rough hands grabbed and bound them. Yaa was t oo scared to talk, she fainted.” Find out more when these children are lured into the mountain containing the Lost Royal Treasure of Bepowase, and are trapped by the Boss, the evil head of a galamsey syndicate.