Tips For When You Need To Spend Long Hours In Reading

 Reading off-screen is often more convenient and less stressful especially when you need to spend long time in reading. But just like any activity, reading for a long period of time is really tiring whether you read on your PC or off-screen.

So if you are about to read long […]

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Classwork Series and Exercises {Social Studies- JSS2}: Social Change

Introduction To Social Change

Social change: It is a change in rules of behavior, social organizations, or value systems. Social change refers to any significant alteration over time in behavior patterns and cultural values and norms.

Social change refers to an alteration in the social order of a society. Change may  include […]

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Classwork Exercise and Series (Mathematics- SS3): Spherical Geometry And Bearing


A directional compass is shown below.  It is used to find a direction or bearing.

The four main directions of a compass are known as cardinal points.  They are north (N), east (E), south (S) and west (W).  Sometimes, the half-cardinal points of north-east (NE), north-west (NW), south-east (SE) and south-west (SW) are shown […]

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A little brain teaser: What’s your answer?

Think you know the answer? Tell us in the comments.

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Grammar Clinic: The REAL difference Between IN, ON and AT

The one part of speech that even experienced writers easily find confusing is preposition.

More often than not, either IN or ON or AT can be grammatically correct. It entirely depends what you really mean in your statements.


A) It is advisable to use ON to denote a position […]

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Classwork Series and Exercises {English – JSS2}: Spoken English – /i/ and /i:/ sounds and Adverbs

Spoken English: The /i/ and /i:/ sounds


Spoken English: The /i/ and /i:/ sounds

We are going to revise the two sounds above.
Listen to these two lists of words and repeat:

  /i:/          /i/










Many learners of English need to distinguish between these […]

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Girl Talk! 4 Super Common Hairstyles Every Secondary School Student Can Relate With

We’ve all been there. For those of us who have attended secondary school or are still there, we can relate with some of these hairstyles. Some hairstyles can be pretty annoying and some just make you look fabulous. Here are some of the common hairstyles:

1.      Suku /Shuku (Shoo-Koo):
I think everybody’s grandmother […]

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10 Times It’s ‘Okay To Lie’ To Your Parents

Telling the truth is one of the first lessons we learn as children. As we get older, honesty is even more important, at school, at work, and in relationships. No one likes a liar.

And yet…there are certain circumstances when telling a little white lie is helpful – like when you’re trying […]

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Photo of The Day: We hope you’re not guilty of THIS

That moment the invigilator says ‘five minutes more’.

Don’t be like this such a student. Click here for free secondary school exams practice questions.

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How To ALWAYS Remember Anything

If you want to remember something, it will help to say it out loud to yourself or a friend, a study has found.

While people who talk to themselves may get funny looks, their memories may be better than people who think in silence.

The findings could potentially help everyone from […]

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