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JSS1 Civic Education Third Term: Peace

Definition of Peace Peace is the state of being calm and quite. It is a state or quality of living in friendship with somebody without argument. It is a state in which one is not involved in causing argument or violence. It is freedom from war. Peace is also the ability to unite with other [...]

SS2 Civic Education Third Term: Duties of Pedestrians

Duties of Pedestrians As a pedestrian you should always use good judgment and not interrupt the flow of traffic. Crossing streets without any concern for traffic rules or signals is called jaywalking. It is extremely dangerous and can result in injuries. They must cross the road at a right angle, or take the shortest route [...]

SS1 Civic Education Third Term: Types of Constituted Authority

Types of Constituted Authorities Traditional constituted authorities: Traditional constituted authority is based on the customs and traditions or culture of the people. The leaders are in charge of the local traditions and customs. Examples of traditional constituted authorities in Nigeria are: Alafin of Oyo, the sultan of sokoto, the obi of umaiah Functions of the Traditional [...]

JSS2 Civic Education Third Term: Ethnicity

Meaning of Ethnicity The definitions of Ethnicity vary, depending on the context. One way to define Ethnicity is that Ethnicity is a fact or state of belonging to a social group that has a common national or cultural tradition. Ethnicity is defined as a shared cultural identity involving similar practices, initiations, beliefs and linguistic features [...]

SS2 Civic Education Third Term: Challenges of Inter-communal Conflicts

Problems of Boundary disputes in Nigeria The Following are the problems of boundary disputes in Nigeria 1. Boundary disputes lead to loss of lives and human resources 2. Damage of Properties 3. Physical Injury 4. Psychological Disorder 5. Hunger and Malnutrition 6. Sexual Violence 7. Displacement of families 8. Slows down Education Read more below- [...]

JSS2 Civic Education Third Term: Constitutional Development In Nigeria

Topic: Constitutional Development In Nigeria - Post Independence Constitutions The Independence Constitution. The 1957 conference that was held was to review the past constitution and make amends on the faults in the constitution. The following decisions were reached: It was agreed that the house of senate would be made up of eight members from each [...]

JSS1 Agricultural Science Third Term: Uses of Organic Compounds In Agriculture

Topic: Uses of Organic Compounds in Agriculture Content: Meaning of Organic compounds Uses of Organic Compounds  Meaning of Organic Compounds Organic compounds are natural molecular combinations that have been created as a result of organism growth and decomposition. This should not be confused with non organic elements like water and minerals, which are natural but not [...]

SS1 Civic Education Third Term: Law and Order Respect For Constituted Authority

Definition of Authority Authority is the legitimate or socially approved use of power. It is the legitimate power which one person or a group holds over another. The element of legitimacy is vital to the notion of authority and is the main means by which authority is distinguished from the more general concept of power. [...]

SS2 Computer Science Third Term: Program Development Life Cycle

Program Development Life Cycle The program development life cycle (PDLC) is an outline of each of the steps used to build software applications. Just like the system development life cycle (SDLC) guides the system analyst through the development of an information system, so also program development life cycle is a tool used to guide computer programmers through the development of [...]

JSS2 Civic Education Third Term: Supremacy of the Constitution

Topic: Supremacy of Constitution Constitution can be defined as a book of law, a body of fundamental principles or established precedents according to which a state or other organisation is acknowledged to be governed. Constitutions, whether written or unwritten, typically function as an evolving body of legal custom and opinion. Constitution can be defined as a [...]

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