Teens! Every Reason why cheating during Examinations is Wrong.

Hardly is it possible to come across a Nigerian student who has never cheated during examinations. In other words, examination malpractice is such a widespread vice which starts as early as Primary School. We hear stories of parents arranging for their wards to be assisted with their exams. And the unfortunate thing about […]

Teens! Take note of Some of the Most Misused Words and Phrases

Would you believe that there are certain words and phrases, about fifty eight (58) of them that are constantly misused every day by so many people the world over? Well believe that! Now just in case you’ve been guilty of misusing some of these words, this post will help you realize your errors […]

Classwork Series and Exercises {Physics- SS2}: Equilibrium of Forces

Concept of Equilibrium: Dynamic and Static Equilibrium

An object is in equilibrium when it is not accelerated, that is, there is no net force acting on it in any direction. For such a body in equilibrium, the forces acting on it are so related in magnitude and direction that no acceleration results. […]

Classwork Series and Exercises {Physics- SS1}: Density and Relative Density


Equal volumes of different substances have different masses or weights. For example 1 m3 of lead weighs differently from 1 m3 of wood. Also 1 m3 of water has a weight different from that of sulphuric acid or palm oil of the same volume. This is due to differences of in […]

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Classwork Series and Exercise (English – JSS3): Effective Writing Rules

English Language 


Grammar: Active and Passive Verbs

Effective Writing Rules

Grammar: Active and Passive Verbs


A verb is a word or more than one word that is used to express an action or a state of being. Every sentence must have a verb. This makes […]

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Literature – Introduction to Fiction and Non-Fiction

Literature – Introduction to Fiction and Non-Fiction

Genre may fall under one of two categories: Fiction and Nonfiction. Any genre can be either: a work of Fiction (nonfactual descriptions and events invented by the author) or a work of Nonfiction (a communication in which descriptions and events are understood to be factual).

Fiction […]


As we all know the genres of literatures include drama, poetry and prose.




Introduction:  name the author, the drama and the location. Mention what type of drama it was i.e. comedy, tragedy etc.  Mention if there […]

Classwork Series and Exercises {Chemistry- SS1}: IUPAC Nomenclacture of Inorganic Compounds and Concept of Oxidation Number

IUPAC Nomenclacture of Inorganic Compounds and Concept of Oxidation Number

Oxidation number is the charge on the valency of an element, i.e.

Oxidation state = Valency + Charge

The valency of metal carries a positive charge, e.g. Na+ while the valency of non-metal carries the negative charge, e.g. Cl-

Simple Captions for Compound Words that Teenagers Can Learn From!

A person whose parents are dead

An orphan

A woman whose husband is dead
A widow

A place where goods are made
A factory

A united business
A company

When the sun and the moon meets and the shadow of the moon is on the earth
Eclipse of the sun

A man who draws and paints
An artist

A girl who is not married
A spinster

A man who […]

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Classwork Series and Exercises {Mathematics – JSS3}: Formulae – Substitution and Change of Subject

JSS 3 Mathematics First Term Week 6


Formulae and substitution

A formula is an equation with letters which stands for quantities. For example

C = 2πr

Is the formula which gives the circumference, c, of a circle of radius r.