James Litai Releases ‘Insights into Modern World History’

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New book presents extensive, up-to-date, comprehensible discussion of world’s current affairs

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‘Insights into Modern World History’ will appeal to teachers and students because this book has both grades 11 and 12 units for history.

James Litai takes action in the noticeable lack of text materials for the history course at the secondary level in Papua New Guinea with the release of “Insights into Modern World History” (published by Xlibris AU). This new book uses interpretative approach to examine political, social, and economic changes of the 20th- to 21st-century world. Moreover, this publication is a substantially updated approach to 2015, exactly in line with Upper Secondary School Certificate Examination (USSCE) requirements.

This book is perfected purposely for Papua New Guinea schools. “Insights into Modern World History,” the 2015 latest version, is a convenient text material for both teachers and students to have access and gain the insights of the world’s current affairs. There are four important chapters included: Writing a good Essay, The Chronicles: Key Events of the World, The Chronicles: Key Events of Papua New Guinea, and The Glossary. These chapters give detailed information in chronological order. All units are summarized by external exam-type review questions.

“This book has been written exactly in line with the upper secondary history course syllabus for students’ and teachers’ use, because of the lack of reference books in the country,” Litai expresses. “‘Insights into Modern World History’ will appeal to teachers and students because this book has both grades 11 and 12 units for history.”

“Insights into Modern World History”
By James Litai
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 590 pages | ISBN 9781514440698
E-Book | 590 pages | ISBN 9781514440704
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
James Litai has been a graduate of economics and social science with a bachelor’s degree in education from the Papua New Guinea University of Goroka in 2002. He hails from the village of Sakarip in the Wabag District of Enga Province. He now resides at Sir Tei Abal Secondary School survived by his wife Ronny and his four children.

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