JSS1 Mathematics Third Term: Three Dimensional Shapes

Three-dimensional Shapes
Nearly everything that we can see and touch takes up space. These things are either gases, liquids or solids. You will study some of the properties of liquids and gases in science.

Most solids, or three-dimensional shapes, such as stones and trees, have rough and irregular shape. This usually occurs in nature. However, some three-dimensional shapes, such as tin, can […]

JSS2 Social Studies Third Term: Storage

Definition of Storage
Storage can be defined as the means of storing things for future use. It is  act of putting something that is not being used in a place where it is available, where it can be kept safely, etc. : the act of storing something

Things we store

Things we store are:

Perishable goods: Perishable goods […]

JSS1 Home Economics Third Term: The Impact of Family Values on Lifestyle

WHAT IS VALUE?
Value is the worth placed on item, Values are beliefs, feelings or ideas of what is important, desirable and good.

Lifestyle is the particular way of life of a person, family or a nation.

TYPES OF VALUES

INTRINSIC VALUES: These are values that are important for their own sake. Examples are, love, freedom, truth e.t.c.
INSTRUMENTAL […]

SS1 CRK Third Term: Consequences of Lack of Repentance

Introduction
God wants us to live a holy life. Yet, he is aware of our weaknesses and that is why he is always ready to forgive and welcome us back to his fold. However, when we constantly derail and live in sin, God becomes unhappy. But even at that,he is still slow to anger, sending his […]

SS1 Physics Third Term: Capillarity

Introduction
When we dip three tubes with fine bores but with different diameters into a clean water, we observe that water rises in the tubes but the narrower the bore the higher the height to which the rises.

Capillary action (sometimes capillarity, capillary motion, or wicking) is the ability of a liquid to flow in narrow spaces without the assistance of, […]

JSS1 Home Economics Third Term: Sewing Process

 SEWING PROCESSES
The basic process of sewing involves fastening of fabrics, leather, furs or similar other flexible materials with the help of needle and threads. Sewing is mainly used to manufacture clothing and home furnishings. In fact, sewing is one of the important processes in apparel making. Most of such industrial sewing is done by industrial sewing […]

SS1 Agricultural Science Third Term: Anatomy and Physiology of Farm Animals

Anatomy and Physiology
Anatomy refers to the form and structure of the body while physiology refers to the functions of the forms and parts of the body. Some of the systems which maintain the body include, circulatory system, reproductive, respiratory, nervous and digestive system.

Circulatory System

This system involves all the organs and tissues which are concurred with […]

SS1 Chemistry First Term: Mixture

What is Mixture?
A mixture consists of more than one element or compound. The components of a mixture can be separated by physical methods. A mixtureis a material system made up of two or more different substances which are mixed but are not combined chemically. A mixture refers to the physical combination of two or more substances in which the […]

SS2 CRK Third Term: True Religion (Amos 5:21-31)

Introduction
Apart from social justice that had been corrupted , the religion of the Israelites was no longer practiced as they had deviated from observing the covenant made with God. Their hearts were not truly with God, they only pretended by fulfilling the physical obligations of worship such as payment of tithes and offering sacrifices while […]

SS2 Computer Science Third Term: Basic Function and Basic Programming

Topic: Basic Function
A function is a structure that simplifies a complex operation into a single step. A function is therefore a many-to-one (or sometimes one-to-one) relation. The set of values at which a function is defined is called its domain, while the set of values that the function can produce is called its range. Functions act as ‘black boxes’, they accept input, […]

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