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SS2 Geography Third Term: Contour Representation of Land Forms

The following are some common landforms or relief features that can be represented on map by using contour lines. Valleys: are lowland between two highlands. Valleys are represented by V- shaped contour lines with the apex of the V- shape pointing towards the highland. When a valley contains water, it is called a river [...]

Classwork Series and Exercises { Civic Education}: Promoting National Unity – The National Anthem and Pledge

Civic Education, JSS1, Week 2 Topic: Promoting National Unity - The National Anthem and Pledge Content The National Anthem The National Pledge The National Anthem: This is a song of unity and readiness to serve the country which Nigerians have accepted to sing. It is a promise of loyalty to the country. Before October 1st [...]

Classwork Series and Exercises {English Language – JSS3}: Summary Writing and Literature

English Language JSS3 First Term Week 6 Content: Skill Focus: How to write a summary Literature: Myths and Legends Skill Focus: How to write a summary When you skim read text successfully, you get the gist very swiftly, but when you are asked to write a summary, you need to be much more careful. A [...]

Classwork Series and Exercises {Government – SS2}: Non-Alignment

Government, SS 2, Week 4 Topic: NON-ALIGNMENT Contents: Meaning of Non-alignment Origin of Non- aligned movement Aims and objectives of non aligned movement Factors that stimulate the formation of non-aligned movement Non- Alignment Non alignment is defined as non-commitment of a nation to either the west or the east bloc usually on international issues. It [...]

Classwork Series and Exercises {Biology – SS1}: Pest Of Agricultural Importance

Biology, SS 1 Week: 3 Topic: Pests of Agricultural Importance Introduction A pest is an organism with characteristics that people see as damaging or unwanted, as it harms agriculture through feeding on crops or parasitizing livestock. An animal can also be a pest when it causes damage to a wild ecosystem or carries germs. The [...]

Summary Of A Woman In Her Prime Novel By Asare Konadu

Summary of A Woman In Her Prime Here are some points from the novel: The opening chapter skillfully draws drama from a simple situation. It is the appointed day for sacrifice to the god Tano, but Pokuwaa is running late. She washes herself, rubs her skin with shea cream, and purifies herself with white clay powder, [...]

Literature: Myths and Legends

Literature: Myths and Legends A myth is a traditional story, which may describe the origins of the world and/or of a people. A myth is an attempt to explain mysteries, supernatural events, and cultural traditions. Sometimes sacred in nature, a myth can involve gods or other creatures. And, a myth represents reality in dramatic ways. [...]

Classwork Series and Exercises {Civic Education – SS2}: Citizens Responsibilities

SS 2 Civic Education  Week 2 Topic: Citizens Responsibilities Content- Duties and obligations of Nigerian citizens Duties and Obligations of Nigerian Citizens A citizen is a legal member of a given state who possesses full constitutional, legal or natural rights in the state he or she resides. A citizen is "a person owing loyalty to and [...]

Classwork Series And Exercises {Civic Education – JSS1}: Cooperation

JSS 1 Civic Education Topic: Cooperation Contents - Meaning, Attributes of cooperation & Benefit of cooperation Cooperation Cooperation is the process of group of individual working together for the purpose of achieving a common goal. Cooperation is the means whereby people combine resources together for the purpose of achieving a common interest. It is the [...]

Classwork Series and Exercises {Government – SS3}: Weaknesses of the Military Regime in Nigeria

  Topic:  Weaknesses of Military Regime in Nigeria Incompetence or inexperienced personnel: The military regime constituted military personnel who lacked administrative and political experience to govern. Non-tolerance to criticism: the military government does not tolerate criticism. Dictatorship: All military administrations are dictators. Independence of the judiciary: It was sometimes not guaranteed which rendered the judiciary [...]

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