Classwork Series and Exercises {Civic Education- SS 2}: How Employment Can Alleviate Poverty

Topic: How Employment Can Alleviate Poverty

Content- Meaning of employment

Ways by which employment can alleviate poverty

Employment

Employment is a situation where a person who is willing and able to work gets a befitting work to do.

It is the act of been gainfully employed either by […]

Classwork Series and Exercise {Agriculture – SS3}: Aquaculture

AQUACULTURE

Aquaculture – also known as aquafarming, it is the controlled growth of aquatic species. Aquaculture is the farming of aquatic organisms such as fish, crustaceans, molluscs and aquatic plants. Aquaculture involves cultivating freshwater and saltwater populations under controlled conditions, and can be contrasted with commercial fishing, which is the harvesting of wild fish.

TYPES […]

Grammar Clinic: Letter Writing (Formal Letter)

A formal letter is an official letter. It is a letter written for official reason. A formal letter is written for different purposes which are.

Make a complaint
Request something
Make an inquiry
Apply for a Job
Proposal
Reference
Formal Invitation

When writing a Formal letter, there are strict rules you must follow which are

You should be mindful […]

Classwork Series and Exercises {Agricultural Science – SS1}: General Control Measures of Diseases and Parasites

WEEK 7

Agricultural Science. S.S.S 1, Third Term

TOPIC: General Control Measures of Diseases and Parasites

Content

Quarantine of a new stock
Inoculation: A vaccine is injected Into the animals to make them develop immunity against certain disease e.g rinders pest.
Proper sanitation through daily cleaning of feeds,regular removal […]

Classwork Series and Exercises {Agricultural Science – SS1}: Reproductive system

WEEK 5

Agricultural Science. S.S.S 1 First Term

TOPIC: Reproductive system

 Content

The reproductive system or genital system is a system of sex organs within an organism which work together for the purpose of sexual reproduction. Many non-living substances such as fluids, hormones, and pheromones are also important accessories to […]

Federalism (Civic Education)

 Federalism

Contents:    Meaning of Federalism

                 Reason for the adoption of Federalism in Nigeria

                 Problems of Federalism in Nigeria.

                 The State Government

          […]

Classwork Series and Exercises {Agricultural Science: SS1} – Agricultural Laws and Reforms

WEEK 3

Agricultural Science S.S.S 1

TOPIC: AGRICULTURAL LAWS AND REFORMS

LAND AND ITS USES

From agricultural stand point, land is defined as the solid part of the earth surface in which agricultural activities can be practiced. Land like air and water is a free gift of nature.

Use of Land […]

Grammar Clinic: Summary of the 3 Types of Letters {Formal, Informal and Semi-Formal Letter}

Letter Writing

Types of Letters – Formal, Semi-formal and Informal

Letter Writing

You can find four basic elements in both formal and informal letters: a salutation, an introduction, body text and a conclusion with signature.

Salutation

The salutation is also known as the greeting. Formal letters often begin […]

Grammar Clinic: The REAL Difference Between Formal And Informal Letter

The purpose of this lesson is to differentiate between Formal and Informal letter. There are some significant differences between formal and informal letter that should not be overlooked. Many students do not really know these differences. Here is an opportunity for you to learn, know and understand these differences.

Differences between Formal and […]

Grammar Clinic: Letter Writing (Informal Letter)

An Informal letter is a personal letter written to someone we are familiar with. An informal letter can be written for any reason or purpose. An informal letter is also called personal letter, the recipient could be your friend, sibling or other family member.

An Informal letter is just a written means […]

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