How to keep up with your English during the Holidays

How to keep up with your English during the Holidays

The English language is permanently evolving and developing constantly as new words are created or adopted from other languages. New expressions and words are coined and existing words change their meanings as society, culture and technology progresses.  Words also become fashionable to use […]

By |August 3rd, 2015|Education|0 Comments

5 Tricks For Avoiding Eyestrain When Reading On A Screen

Reading online or on screen is said to be more strenuous to our eyes especially if we are reading long texts and the glare on the screen is very visible. But there are some tips on that you can do to lessen eyestrain when reading using the computer.

The easiest one is to adjust […]

By |August 3rd, 2015|tips|2 Comments

How to Improve Your Memory While Studying

To remember something new, it must be clearly impressed in the brain. It requires time and effort to learn new concepts. To imprint new information into the brain, it’s important to schedule periodic study sessions and constantly review information in your mind.

Here are some general principles of memory improvement:

1. […]

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Photo of The Day: That look when you’re trying not to FART while sitting next to your crush (Lol)

Haha, I saw this yesterday and still can’t stop laughing.

Who’s not guilty?

By |August 3rd, 2015|photos|7 Comments

Grammar Clinic: Letter Writing (Informal letter)

I’m sure you all must have learnt about letter writing – no matter how little – and I must admit, the most difficult thing about letter writing is understanding the differences between the three types of letters – Formal, Semi-formal and Informal letters. The three types of letter will be discussed one after the […]

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Quiz of The Day: Can you solve this Fruit Maths Equation?

Think you’re smart? Send your answer in the comment section below.

By |August 3rd, 2015|Quizzes & Fun|3 Comments

TRANQUIL – A Tale Of Two Sisters With Dysfunctional Relationship (One)

(By Oluwatoyin Ikuomola)

The rain had just stopped. The air was cool, gentle with a calming effect on the usually busy village. The birds sang as the trees swayed and danced to their melodious rhythms. Tranquil; such solitude and peace I found.  I loved the rain, the serenity and newness it brought […]

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The curse of being ‘cool': Teens who are ‘popular’ at school become losers as adults, claims study

It is bad news for the rebels without a cause and mean girls.

Being a ‘cool kid’ can come back to bite you in later life, researchers have warned.

They found that teens who ‘acted cool’ at school were far more likely to struggle as an adult, and were at higher […]

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Classwork Series and Exercises (Biology – SS1): Common Diseases

Common Diseases

1. Malaria

Malaria is a mosquito-borne disease caused by a parasite know as Plasmodium, which is transmitted via the bites of infected mosquitoes (Anopheles mosquito). In the human body, the parasites multiply in the liver, and then infect red blood cells.

If malaria is diagnosed and treated […]

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Classwork Series and Exercises {Government- SS2}: Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba Pre-colonial Political System

Pre-colonial Political Systems in Nigeria

Hausa/Fulani Political System

The Fulani took over the political leadership of the Habe (Hausa) states in the early 19th century. The jihad that followed this occupation was seen as a religious one as well as political.

Usman Dan Fodio led the Fulani Jihad and took over the political leadership of the […]

By |August 3rd, 2015|Education|2 Comments
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