Classwork Series and Exercises (Mathematics – JSS2): Bearing and Distance

BEARING AND DISTANCE

Compass directions

There are four main directions: north (N), south (S), east (E), and west (W). The sun rises in the east and sets in the west. If you face east and turn through an angle of 900 to your left, you will face north.

If you […]

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Classwork Series and Exercises (Basic Science – JSS2): Energy And Appliances In The Home

Energy and Appliances in the Home

Introduction

Energy lights our cities, powers our vehicles, and runs machinery in factories. It warms and cools our homes, cooks our food, plays our music, and gives us pictures on television.

Energy is defined as the ability or the capacity to do work.

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Classwork Series and Exercises (Computer Science – JSS2): Computer Ethics -1

COMPUTER ETHICS 

Computer ethics are rules that govern the use of a computer system.

Ethics deals with placing a “value” on acts according to whether they are “good” or “bad”. Every society has its rules about whether certain acts are ethical or not. These rules have been established as a result […]

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10 Amazing Animal Facts (Squirrel)

Squirrels are nimble, bushy-tailed rodents. More than 200 squirrel species live all over the world, with the notable exception of Australia. The tiniest squirrel is the aptly named African pygmy squirrel—only five inches (thirteen centimeters) long from nose to tail. The Indian giant squirrel is three feet (almost a meter) long.

Fast facts […]

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Girl Talk: 7 Signs A Guy Is Taking Advantage Of You

There is nothing wrong in showing ‘so much’ affection to someone, and sometimes, compromising on your standards so as to make the person feel happy. However, it becomes a problem when that person is taking advantage of you.

It can be hard to recognise when someone is taking advantage of you, especially […]

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10 Amazing Bird Facts (Stork)

Storks are large, long-legged, long-necked wading birds with long, stout bills. They belong to the family Ciconiidae. They are the only family in the order Ciconiiformes, which was once much larger and held a number of families.

Fast Facts about Storks

1. Storks have long legs, long necks and long beaks. […]

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Turns out just One BFF is all you need

According to a new study, it’s been revealed that teenagers benefit more from having one close friend than being part of a big gang.

Just one good friend can be enough to help teenagers from tough backgrounds overcome their problems, say psychologists.

But it is boys from such backgrounds who get […]

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3 procrastination myths you need to stop telling yourself right now

Early morning rush, last-minute all night reading and endless mugs of caffeine-rich coffee — such is the general state of students’ academic routines. But is this the best way to complete your assignments or to study for exams? Of course not!

Procrastination is the practice of carrying out less urgent tasks in […]

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10 Interesting Country Facts (The Gambia)

The Gambia is a small West African country, bounded by Senegal, with a narrow Atlantic coastline. It’s known for its diverse ecosystems around the central Gambia River.

Facts Facts about The Gambia

1. The Gambia gained its independence from the UK in 1965.

2. The Gambia is the smallest country in Africa
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3. Banjul,the capital city of […]

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Grammar Clinic: The REAL difference between WILL and SHALL

There are certain ‘rules’ in standard British English grammar regarding the distinction between will and shall which you should be aware of, even if the current consensus is that these two verbs are generally interchangeable in most, but not all, situations.

In British English, there has been a traditional rule of prescriptive […]

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