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Know More About Your Computer

Know more about your computer.
Ctrl+A - Select All
Ctrl+B - Bold
Ctrl+C - Copy 
Ctrl+D - Fill Down
Ctrl+F - Find
Ctrl+G - Goto
Ctrl+H - Replace
Ctrl+I - Italic
Ctrl+K - Insert Hyperlink
Ctrl+N - New Workbook
Ctrl+O - Open
Ctrl+P - Print
Ctrl+R - Fill Right
Ctrl+S - Save
Ctrl+U - Underline
Ctrl+V - Paste
Ctrl W - Close
Ctrl+X - Cut
Ctrl+Y - Repeat
Ctrl+Z - Undo
F1 - Help
F2 - Edit
F3 - Paste Name
F4 - Repeat last action
F4 - While typing a formula, switch between absolute/relative refs
F5 - Goto
F6 - Next Pane
F7 - Spell check
F8 - Extend mode
F9 - Recalculate all workbooks
F10 - Activate Menu bar
F11 - New Chart
F12 - Save As
Ctrl+: - Insert Current Time
Ctrl+; - Insert Current Date
Ctrl+" - Copy Value from Cell Above
Ctrl+' - Copy Formula from Cell Above
Shift - Hold down shift for additional functions in Excel's menu
Shift+F1 - What's This?
Shift+F2 - Edit cell comment
Shift+F3 - Paste function into formula
Shift+F4 - Find Next
Shift+F5 - Find
Shift+F6 - Previous Pane
Shift+F8 - Add to selection
Shift+F9 - Calculate active worksheet
Shift+F10 - Display shortcut menu
Shift+F11 - New worksheet
Ctrl+F3 - Define name
Ctrl+F4 - Close
Ctrl+F5 - XL, Restore window size
Ctrl+F6 - Next workbook window
Shift+Ctrl+F6 - Previous workbook window
Ctrl+F7 - Move window
Ctrl+F8 - Resize window
Ctrl+F9 - Minimize workbook
Ctrl+F10 - Maximize or restore window
Ctrl+F11 - Inset 4.0 Macro sheet
Ctrl+F1 - File Open
Alt+F1 - Insert Chart
Alt+F2 - Save As
Alt+F4 - Exit
Alt+Down arrow - Display AutoComplete list
Alt+' - Format Style dialog box
Ctrl+Shift+~ - General format
Ctrl+Shift+! - Comma format
Ctrl+Shift+@ - Time format
Ctrl+Shift+# - Date format
Ctrl+Shift+$ - Currency format
Ctrl+Shift+% - Percent format
Ctrl+Shift+^ - Exponential format
Ctrl+Shift+& - Place outline border around selected cells
Ctrl+Shift+_ - Remove outline border
Ctrl+Shift+* - Select current region
Ctrl++ - Insert
Ctrl+- - Delete
Ctrl+1 - Format cells dialog box
Ctrl+2 - Bold
Ctrl+3 - Italic
Ctrl+4 - Underline
Ctrl+5 - Strikethrough
Ctrl+6 - Show/Hide objects
Ctrl+7 - Show/Hide Standard toolbar
Ctrl+8 - Toggle Outline symbols
Ctrl+9 - Hide rows
Ctrl+0 - Hide columns
Ctrl+Shift+( - Unhide rows
Ctrl+Shift+) - Unhide columns
Alt or F10 - Activate the menu
Ctrl+Tab - In toolbar: next toolbar
Shift+Ctrl+Tab - In toolbar: previous toolbar
Ctrl+Tab - In a workbook: activate next workbook 
Shift+Ctrl+Tab - In a workbook: activate previous workbook
Tab - Next tool
Shift+Tab - Previous tool
Enter - Do the command
Shift+Ctrl+F - Font Drop down List
Shift+Ctrl+F+F - Font tab of Format Cell Dialog box
Shift+Ctrl+P - Point size Drop down List
Ctrl + E - Align center
Ctrl + J - justify
Ctrl + L - align left
Ctrl + R - align right
Alt + Tab - switch applications
Windows + P - Project screen
Windows + E - open file explorer
Windows + D - go to desktop
Windows + M - minimize all windows
Windows + S - search

What type of person are you

*If numbers in Mathematics where given an opportunity to speak I think some where going to accuse zero and one . Because any number that is multiplied by zero gives zero. Zero will bring down numbers to nothing.There are some people in life who are like number zero, if you associate with them no matter how great your value is they will bring you down to zero. How about one. Any number multiplied by one remains unchanged nomatter how big it is. There are people or doctrines in life which are like one in that no matter how they touch your life you remain the same you don't grow, you dont improve you remain at the same level. So here is the twist, what kind of person are you? I pray that God helps us grow and be greater than 1 so that when we touch the lives of others we add value. Sometimes it's difficult to be greater than 1 because you may be tired, or afraid or angry, in that case just stop and pray, ask God to make you greater than 1 in Jesus Christ. Amen*

Asset versus Liability

*Asset vs Liability* 

One day, the son of a rich man, who was an undergraduate,
approached his father and the following discussion took place.
Son: Dad, may I speak with you?
Dad: Go ahead.
Son: Among all my classmates, I am the only one without a car. It is
Dad: What do you want me to do?
Son: I need a car. I don't want to feel odd.
Dad: Do you have a particular car in mind?
Son: Yes dad (smiling)
Dad: How much?
Son: $1600
Dad: I will give you the money on one condition.
Son: What is the condition?
Dad: You will not use the money to buy a car but invest it. If you
make enough profit from the investment, you can go ahead and buy
the car.
Son. Deal.
Then, the father gave him a cheque of $300. The son cashed the
cheque and invested him in obedience to the verbal agreement that he
had with his father.

Some months later, the father asked the son how he was faring. The
son responded that his business was improving. The father left him.

After some months again, the father asked him about his business
again and the son told him that he is making a lot of profit from the

When it was exactly a year after he gave him the money, the father
asked him to show him how far the business has gone. The son
readily agreed and the following discussion took place.

Dad: From this I can see that you have made a lot of money.
Son: Yes dad/
Dad: Do you still remember our agreement?
Son: Yes
Dad: What is it:
Son: We agreed that I should invest the money and buy the car from
the profit.
Dad: Why have you not bought the car?
Son: I don't need the car again. I want to invest more.
Dad:Good. You have learnt the lessons that I wanted to teach you.
You didn't really need the car, you just wanted to feel among. That
would have placed extra financial obligations on you. It wasn't an
asset then but a liability. Two, it is very important for you to invest in
your future before living like a king.
Son: Thanks dad
Then the father gave him the keys of the latest model of that car.

1. Always invest first before you start living the way you want.
2. What you see as a need now may become a want if you can take a
little time to get over your feelings.
3. Try to be able to distinguish between an asset and a liability so that
what you see as an asset today will not become a liability to you

The difference between the rich and the poor is that the rich look for assets while the poor look for liabilities..... .
Identify yourself
Build yourself
Be yourself...

*Good evening house*

Salary Palavar In Nigeria



Daughter:- Ekule bami, how is everybody in the village ?

Father:- Welcome my daughter, everybody is fine in the village. How was your trip?

Daughter:- My trip was fine sir.

Father:- Who is this gentleman beside you ?

Daughter:- (Smile) Daddy, as we have discussed earlier on phone, he is my fiancée his name is Aremu.

Father: Omo mi (My Son) you're welcome. How is everything?

Fiancée: I am doing fine sir. E se pupo

Father: My daughter, I'm so lucky to have this handsome here as my in-law to be.

Daughter: Thank you baami.

Father: Your fiancée is from which town?

Daughter: (Smile) My fiancée is from Iragbiji town.

Father: Is iragbiji town under Lagos state or which state ?

Daughter: O ti oooo, iragbiji town is under Osun state.

Father: Osun what! OK, which work is he doing?

Daughter: Daddy my husband is a civil servant @ Oshogbo.

Father: (With Annoyance) Civil servant ke ? Rara ooooo. You can not marry him oooooo

Daughter: But daddy why ?

Father: (Facing the husband to be) wo Tunde abi kini oruko re. You can not marry my daughter at all!

Fiancée: Daddy, what is the matter? I love your daughter sir.

Father: wo don't even talk about love.

Fiancée: but..... but....cut in Father : don't but me your state governor is owing 9 - 10 month salary and you're
thinking of marrying my daughter. NO!

Over my **** body. Maa pa omo fun mi ( don't let my daughter die of hunger)

Daughter: (Crying & Weeping) no daddy noooooo.

Father: Wo Iwo ntie, o ti ni oko. Go and
marry from state where they don't owe
workers. Lagos state, Ogun state, Borno state etc. You can even manage Ondo state. They're only owing 6 months
Fiancee: no daddy I work in CBN Osogbo Branch..

Father: henhen sebi am just playing wt u ni to test how truly u love my daughter😆😆😆Lobatan!..............

Jss 1 Basic Science Second term examination


INSTRUCTION: Answer ALL the questions.
Organisms which are able to make their own food are said to be ___________. (a) autotrophic (b) commensal (c) heterotrophic (d) parasitic (e) saprophytic
Malaria is transmitted through the bite of ________mosquito. (a) aedes (b) female anopheles (c) female culex (d) male anopheles (e) male culex
Animals that feed on both plants and animals are called ______.(a) carnivores (b) frugivores (c) herbivores (d) omnivores (e) scavengers
Which of the following illustrates the life cycle of mosquito? (a) Adult---Larva---pupa---egg (b) egg---larva---adult (c) egg---larva---pupa---adult (d) egg---nymph---adult (e) egg---pupa---larva---adult.
Which of the following is not a natural source of water? (a) reservoir (b) river (c) spring (d) stream (e) well
Which of the following is not a member of the nuclear family? A) daughter (b) father (c) mother (d) son (e) uncle
The activities of the cell are controlled by_____. (a) Cell membranes (b) chloroplast (c) cytoplasm (d) nucleus (e) vacuole.
Which of the following is a type of movement? (a) Active movement (b) inactive movement (c) dancing movement (d) standing movement (e) docile movement.
If you fail to keep your hair clean and tidy, which of the following might result? I. Bad odor II. Bushy hair III. Lice in hair IV. Dandruff. (a) I only (b) II only (c) III only (d) IV only (e) I, II, III, and IV.
Which of the following might result from poor hygiene of the teeth? I. toothache II. Tooth decay III. Extracting of bad teeth IV. Falling out of teeth before old age. (a) II only (b) III only (c) I and II only (d) II and III only (e) I, II, III and IV
All these are characteristics of living things EXCEPT________. (a) evaporation (b) excretion (c) growth (d) irritability (e) movement
The ability of living things to respond to stimuli is described as______(a) growth (b) irritability (c) locomotion (d) reproduction (e) respiration
The following are parts of an animal cell EXCEPT________ (a) cell membrane (b) cell wall (c) cytoplasm (d) nucleus (e) vacuole
The process whereby solid changes to liquid is called_______(a) boiling (b) condensation (c) evaporation (d) freezing (e) melting
Which of the following is not a class of vitamin? (a) Vitamin B (b) Vitamin C (c) Vitamin K (d) Vitamin H (e) Vitamin D
Deficiency of Vitamin C causes ________. (a) Bone abnormality (b) shortage of red blood cells (c) scurvy (d) night blindness (e) sterility in animals.
The following are properties of a solid EXCEPT______ (a) definite shape (b) definite mass (c) definite volume (d) particles are closely packed (e) non of the above

Which of the following is a type of food?......(a) baked or boiled (b) fresh or stale (c) local or imported (d) ripe or unripe (e) big or small
The following are stages in the development of housefly EXCEPT_______ (a) adult (b) caterpillar (c) egg (d) maggot (e) pupa
Substances expand when _______energy is supplied. (a) chemical (b) heat (c) kinetic (d) light (e) sound
Which of the following classes of food is best for body building? (a) carbohydrates (b) fats (c) proteins (d) vitamins (e) water
The following factors are necessary for growth EXCEPT (a) occupation (b) disease (c) food (d) heredity (e) rest and exercise
Which of the following insects is NOT a vector of disease (a) butterfly (b) cockroach (c) housefly (d) mosquito (e) tsetse fly
Metals are malleable. This means that metals ______(a) are generally strong and hard (b) are good conductors of electricity (c) can be beaten into thin sheets (d) can be drawn into wires (e) can be painted in different colors
Which of the following is not a food item? (a) milk (b) spinach (c) rice (d) orange (e) alcohol
A disease that is inherited is called ________ (a) hereditary disease (b) a vitamin deficiency disease (c) a poverty illness (d) a hunger disease (e) kwashiorkor disease
Which of the following is a function of vitamins in the human body (a) for providing energy (b) for body building (c) for preserving health (d) none of the above (e) all of the above
Which of the following is a vaccine? (a) DPT (b) OGT (c) RTT (d) OPT (e) DTT
The primary source of the earth�s energy is the ______. (a) food (b) plants (c) sun (d) animals (e) petroleum
The path that ensures balance and continuous flow of Nitrogen from living to non living things is called ________.(a) evaporation (b) water cycle (c) carbon cycle (d) nitrogen cycle (e) condensation
Oxygen is removed from the atmosphere by ______. (a) breathing in(b) breathing out (c) photosynthesis (d) feeding by animals (e) the sun
The human activities that affect the environmental balance include_______, (a) agriculture (b) transportation (c) construction (d) growth of town (e) all of the above
Disease causing organisms can be passed from one person to another through______. I. water II. Food III. Body contact IV. Vectors. (a) IV only (b) I only (c) I and II only (d) III only (e) I, II, III, and IV.
Which of the following is a water borne disease? (a) tuberculosis (b) tetanus (c) cholera (d) malaria (e) cough
Which of the following is/are causes of drug abuse? I. search for excitement II. Curiosity III. Doing what others do IV. The desire to feel like a grown up. (a) II only (b) all of the above (c) III only (d) I and II only (e)I, II and III only.
Which of the following is not a class of drugs? (a) narcotics (b) sedatives (c) stimulants (d) tranquillizers (e) none of the above
The following are diseases caused by virus EXCEPT ________ (a) influenza (b) yellow fever (c) poliomyelitis (d) small pox (e) malaria.
Which of these is not an organ of excretion (a) kidney (b) liver (c) lungs (d) stomach (e) skin

A plant differs from an animal because a plant_________(a)respires (b) grows (c) moves (d)reproduces (e) makes its food
Which of the following statements is not true? (a) plants depend on oxygen only to make their food (b) respiration includes breathing and chemical breakdown of digested food substances to release energy (c) formation of new body materials indicates growth (d) excretory substances removed by lungs are carbon IV oxide and water vapor. (e) Excess salt and water are removed in sweat.
a. What is personal hygiene? 2mks
b. State three consequences of poor personal hygiene 3mks
c. Name three (3) classes of food and give one example of each 3mks
d. Mention two wildlife conservation centers in Nigeria 2mks

a. i. List 2 characteristics of living things 2mks
ii. State 2 differences between plant and animal cells 4mks
b. i. What is immunization? 2mks
ii. List 2 types of vaccines 2mks

a. State the full meaning of the following
AIDS 3mks
b. List 3 ways HIV/AIDS can be prevented 3mks
c. The process of sorting things into sets or groups is called _________ 2mks
d. List one example each of metals and non-metals 2mks

a. In a tabular form, state three (3) differences between metals
and non metals 6mks
b. Write two uses of both metals and non metals 4mks

a. What is gravitational pull? 2mks
b. Give 2 effects of gravitational force on objects 4mks
c. List two (2) commonly abused drug 2mks
d. What is melting point? 2mks

Relationship between teachers are just as important as relationship with students. When you feel comfortably you share openly

The need to retell Baba Ọpẹ's story

Baba Ope is a Mathematics teacher of a school situated at the heart of University of Ibadan.The name of the school is Abadina Secondary school just within the prestigious University of ibadan ,Oyo state.
In the University, there are two secondary schools- Abadina Secondary school and International secondary school. The former is for children of clerks, technicians and other people living around the University while the latter is for children of professors and senior lecturers.
Baba Ope is a conscientious Mathematics teacher who works selflessly and held free evening tutorial for students daily. Some of the children of the professor got curious and peeps into his class which was usually under a tree in front of Abadina Secondary school from time to time. Eight of the professors' children got interested in Baba Ope's Mathematics lectures and decided to join.
They joined the class and attended the lectures for two years after which they all sat for an external examination. Flabbergastingly, all the children that attended Baba Ope's tutorial came out in flying colours, passed Mathematics outstandingly and got admission into various tertiary institution of learning.
After several years, some of the students he taught under the tree, decided to pay Baba Ope a visit. When they got to his abode, they discovered he was aged. He could not even recognise them any longer. They exchanged pleasantries and memorable pounding .
They were shocked to find out that he was living a good and affluent life style even at his old age. A mansion and the latest model of car(Mercedes Benz) at his time.. They gave him a huge some of money as a token of their appreciation.
The implication of this is that, the passionate teacher will be rewarded on earth before they get to heaven and their biological children might not even have to take care of them as the destinies(learners ), they have nurtured will take good care of them.
Teachers should be passionate, zealous and conscious of their doings. The current classroom parades the future leaders , handle them the way you want to be treated after your retirement ..

Dear God, As the new school term begins, please watch over our kids, keep them safe and surround them with people who encourage them to live for you. Thank You for girl all our teachers, bless them and give them strength. Amen

Dear God, As the new school term begins, please watch over our kids, keep them safe and surround them with people who encourage them to live for you. Thank You for girl all our teachers, bless them and give them strength. Amen 

Touch the wall clock

Take better control of things that really matter to you and stop wishing

I'm not wishing anybody anything for 2018, I am tired of wishing every year:
* For HEALTH: see the doctor regularly, eat well, work out and worry less.
* For MONEY: reduce your sleep to 6 hours a day, watch less of Tv, disengage from wrong associations, increase your work time and Pray always for Divine help.
*For LOVE: be honest and sincere in your relationships.
*For HAPPINESS: follow peace with all men and love your Neighbour as thyself.
*For FINANCES: have a budget for everything you want do, reduce your borrowing anointing in 2018. Don't try to impress anybody while "depressing" yourself in the process.
Your Children School fees, your accommodation and your general lifestyle must be within your income range...
Take more responsibility for your livelihood in 2018 and it will surprise you what God can do. God bless you!

Choose Not To Be Judas



Judas was playing the scripts unknown to him. 

Don't be the teacher that goes around that school telling untrue stories. 

Don't be the teacher that discourages other teachers that are ready to work. 

Don't be the teacher that will always see what is wrong and will never suggest solution. 

Don't be the teacher that will tell parents any thing just to get gift from them. 

Don't be that teacher that refuses to grow and refuses to leave the system for fresh blood. 

Don't be that teacher that makes photo copies of your school curriculum and delivery styles, action plan for another school without permission. 

Don't be that teacher that will always talk bitterly about the Director or Head of school and laugh 😁 when you see them. 

Don't be that teacher that will take school resources home and fight the system of ES ( End of work day searching). 

Don't be that teacher that comes late to school almost every day.

Don't be that teacher that is always fighting against meaningful training and staff development plan. 

Don't be that teacher that is always hitting children with bad words and negative emotions.

Don't be that teacher that sees the school resources in bad shape and leave it there. 

Don't be that teacher that will never give extra. 

Don't be that teacher that not research on subject matter. 

Don't be that teacher that will never contribute in the Brain storming/ mind mapping meeting.  

Jesus knew the end of Judas that one day he will hang himself and he did. 

His bad turned out to be good for Jesus. 

Most teachers end up hanging themselves by becoming opposite of what the Market Place rewards if they choose to be JUDAS. They become :

Bitter people. 
Untruthful people. 
Unstable people. 
Low skilled practitioners. 
Low social skill. 
Low empathy skill. 
Proud and rude. 
Low problem solving skill.

That is what a teacher becomes when he/ she chooses to be JUDAS intentionally or not. 

If you find yourself in a school ( organization) where they still don't know the strength of investing in human capacity and having the best HR department for good growth, if you are not comfortable develop yourself and move on rather than stay in the system and contaminate the system. 

Refuse to be the JUDAS. 

I love you so much. 

Your coach and friend 
Enitan Ayoade. 

Note : Copyright.

Video from God is the best Healer

Video from God is the best Healer

It is who you are that matters and not what you wear..

Agatha Amata shared a personal story on Teju Babyface Show some weeks ago and I think it might be useful to one or two people out there as we step into 2018.

As she puts it; one of her friend's sibling was getting married and it was mandated among the friends to buy aso-ebi. For her, aso-ebi is a 'no no'. But in this case she was arm-twisted to pay 84K for the beautiful material. 

On the day of the event, she arrived late to the reception and had to stand because there were no available sits. After standing for about  30 minutes later, she noticed a slim man in babariga and slippers stroll into the party, all eyes were on this man. It was Dangote! 

Immediately the mother of the bride sighted Dangote, she stood up from her sit on the high table, carried the chair and rushed down to meet Dangote. In seconds, Aliko was sitting comfortably to the spectacle of the guests.

With mouth agape, Agatha could not hide the shock. She just realized aso-ebi doesn't make you a special guest. 84K did not count. 

Agatha ended her story by saying she learned a valuable lesson on that day, which is: 'It is who you are that matters, not what you wear'.

As you start the New Year, invest more in yourself. Strive to be the best in what you do. 
Cheers to success in 2018

Complétez ces phrases en utilisant la forme correcte du verbe (être, ou, avoir, au)

Complétez ces phrases en utilisant la forme correcte du verbe *être*" ou *avoir* au present.
Complete these sentences using the correct form of the verb *être* or *avoir* in present tense.

*1.Tu  ................... dans la voiture.*

*2. Nous ........................ un chat.*

*3. J' .........  une pomme dans mon sac.*

*4. Le chien ............. sur la table.*

*5. Je .............  trop faim aujourd'hui.* 

*6. Nous ......................... . soif. Je veux boire de l'eau*

*7. Mon frère .............. très froid. Il .......... malade.*

*8. Je  ................. deux enfants.*

*9. Où ..............  ma valise.*

*10. Marc et Yves ................. une bicyclette.*

*Après avoir fini cette activité, faites un enregistrement audio des 10 phrases et renvoyez le fichier audio et l'activité sur ce plate-forme.*

After finishing this activity, make an audio recording of the 10 sentences and send the audio file and the activity back to this platform.

New term, New challenges

New school face the challenge of getting population at first but with time, the equation will be balanced. One of the thing you must ensure is that the few children you have are outstanding in their various classes before you know it, the parents of the children in your school will do the advertisement for your school. I pray you get the right set of teachers who would but in their best to ensure this. This is really a very nice environment for children, I pray with due time that the school will grow

Five ways to become a better educator


 1. GET A LAPTOP! I can count the number of teachers I know who own laptops: very few! Owning a laptop does something for you, it forces you to learn more things and acquire more skills. Don't buy a laptop with the intention of turning it into a DVD player for movies and series. Buy it with a purpose in mind. It will help you become a smarter educator. You do not even need to buy a brand new laptop. You can get Belguim laptops as cheap as N35,000 to N40,000. Owning a laptop makes you more professional. I meet too many teachers who cannot operate a laptop and I find it difficult to take them serious!

 2. BECOME TECH SAVVY! Learn to navigate the digital world. Don't get overwhelmed with technology. Start small. Update your browsing skills, practice with typing on Microsoft Word, then move to Powerpoint. Learn to conduct research online. These skills will be yours for life! 

 3. GET A FUNCTIONAL EMAIL! I meet too many teachers who do not have a functional email! I am speechless on this one!

 4. UPGRADE YOUR TEACHING SKILLS: Go for courses! Invest in yourself. If you did not attend up to 3 courses in 2017, then you are already setting yourself up for stagnancy and failure! Let professional development be a part of your game plan! I have attended 9 courses this year already. I have started planning for the courses I will attend in 2018.

 5. COLLABORATE WITH OTHER EDUCATORS: SOCIAL MEDIA has come to stay! Reach out to people who share your passion for teaching, make connections. 

 6. GET A MENTOR! Who do you turn to when you are having difficulties at work? I don't mean your pastor...He cannot help you with areas that are particular to your career...he can pray and give you general statements but you need someone more experienced than you who can guide you through the process of being a successful educator. 

This teaching business is serious business! We must be armed to succeed!

12 things everybody should do in 2018


*Counselor Fenyi writes...✍*

 *1. Pursue* something. Don't walk in the entire 365 days without having something particular in mind to achieve. Start a building project, buy a car, pay some school fees, start some job. Just do something!

 *2. Walk* with people wiser or stronger than you. In 2018, surround yourself with people who will inspire you, who will make you feel you can do better, who will challenge you on.

 *3. Check* your dressing or appearance. Don't put on 'anything' just because it covers your nakedness. Your appearance tells a lot about you. Iron your dress neatly. Don't wear 'big big' dresses in the name of religion. Wear more decent but fitting dresses. This is the slogan: Simple but Classy.
 *4. Check* how you talk. Before you open your mouth, be minded of who you are talking to, where you are talking, when you are talking and also know that your integrity is at stake. In every situation, choose silence over speech unless you don't have any option.

 *5. Visit* your parents quite often. Charley, the old man and woman in the village don't need your money, they merely need your company. They need someone they can see and feel proud that they too could see their child through varsity, shs, technical/vocational school, etc.

 *6. In 2018,* be more prayerful. Massa, u can't live your life thinking things occur merely logically. There's a Supreme Being who makes things happen, pray to him. 

 *7. In 2018,* start thinking or planning towards dating or marriage. You are not growing any younger. Start buying a few stuffs you'll need in marriage. Learn how to talk to men with respect and diginity. Carry yourself well. Men, do same.

 *8. In 2018,* always think Positive while being Realistic. When you see tigers praying to God, don't join them. You can be positive that they won't 'chop' you since they are praying but be realistic too that after the prayers, they'll remain tigers and God will feed them with flesh.

 *9. Buy* something, package it well and take it to your Pastor. When last did you give your Pastor something? In 2018, try and do something 'small' for him. You have no idea what he goes through in his personal life. Let him feel that at least one person in the church cares about him.

 *10. In 2018,* Invest more, save less, spend less. Put your money into investment ventures. Buy T-bills, buy shares, buy fixed deposits, import some goods and sell, be a stock broker, etc. In fact, get more than one stream of income!

 *11. Atta* Mills is gone, Ghana is moving on. Komla Dumor is gone, BBC is still operating, KABA is gone, Multimedia is working. The point is, don't work your life out. You won't take your work with you when you die. You are not as important as you think, calm down. Take time off work, go and do medical check-up, visit your family, visit Aburi gardens or the beach and appreciate nature, etc.

 *12. After* reading, send this message to all your groups and contacts

May the joy of Xmas be seen and revealed in your life,may God's blessings rain down on you like a shower 🌧🌧,may you see the strong 💪🏾💪🏾hand of God 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾in all you do and in your family. Merry Christmas and a prosperous new year in advance...🌲🌲🌲🥦🥦🌲🌲🌲🌲🍊🍏🍎🥕🍌🍅🍆🥔🍑🥦🍈🥑🍓🍍🍒🥒🥥🥥🥑🥑🍇🍇🍇🥒🥒🍅🍅🍅🍅🍑🍑have fun and dance like David danced 💃🏽💃🏽🕺🏽🕺🏽💃🏽🕺🏽🍾🍾🍾😁😄😂😂😍😂😍😂

May the joy of Xmas be seen and revealed in your life,may God's blessings rain down on you like a shower 🌧🌧,may you see the strong 💪🏾💪🏾hand of God 🙏🏾🙏🏾🙏🏾in all you do and in your family. Merry Christmas and a prosperous new year in advance...🌲🌲🌲🥦🥦🌲🌲🌲🌲🍊🍏🍎🥕🍌🍅🍆🥔🍑🥦🍈🥑🍓🍍🍒🥒🥥🥥🥑🥑🍇🍇🍇🥒🥒🍅🍅🍅🍅🍑🍑have fun and dance like David danced 💃🏽💃🏽🕺🏽🕺🏽💃🏽🕺🏽🍾🍾🍾😁😄😂😂😍😂😍😂

Appreciation.... Mo dúpẹ́ onibu ọrẹ bàbà gbọ́ pé mí


👉🏽 *Appreciation* to those that do not allow this group to be boring🎅🏽

👉🏽 *Appreciation* to all the *Matured Minds*😍😍 that have been behaving Maturely

👉🏽 *Appreciation* to all the Prayer Warriors 🙏🙏 and Salvation Army 👮🏻for their regular and Constant Prayers

👉🏾 *Appreciation* to all the Peace Makers, 🇳🇵🇳🇵 that always keep the group *Cool and Calm* even when the group temperature 💥💥💥 is above 100°C

👉🏽 *Appreciation* to all the passers-by🚶🏾🚶🏾🚶🏾  

👉🏽 *Appreciation* to those that usually *observe* 👁👃🏽👁, even when *there is nothing to observe.* 

👉🏽 *Appreciation* to the *mute folks* even when the *conversation* is hot, they will never talk  

👉🏽 *Appreciation* to those that can *copy and paste anything*. *Without even* *reading or going through* 

👉🏽 *Appreciation* to *information* *carriers,* be it real or *fake*📡 

👉🏽 *Appreciation* to those that usually disturb us with videos📽🎥 and *unnecessary* pictures 📸📸 even when they know that we are just using limited data.

👉🏽 *Appreciation* to the pen rollers📝, God bless ur memory💭.

👉🏽 *Appreciation* to those that are not captured but have been playing important role(s) in this group

_*Without you this group will just be as dormant as a graveyard.*_


But *Avoir* has double use. Let us consider the following expressions

But *Avoir* has double use. Let us consider the following expressions: 

*avoir soif* = To be thirsty
*avoir chaud* =to be hot 
*avoir froid* =to be cold
*avoir faim* =to be hungry 
*avoir soif* =to be thirsty 
*avoir sommeil* =to be sleepy 
*avoir mal à* =to have an ache 
*avoir ____ ans* =to be __years old 
*avoir peur de* =to be afraid of 
*avoir honte de* =to be ashamed of 
*avoir raison* =to be right 
*avoir tort* =to be wrong 

So, be carefull, do not say: *Je suis 40 ans* when you mean *I am 40 years old*
Rather say: *J'ai 40 ans* = I am 40 years old. 
● *Je suis * when you mean *I am hungry*
Rather say: *J'ai faim* = I am hungry. 
● *elle est raison* when you mean *she is right*
Rather say: *Elle a raison* = *she is right.*

Let's look at the auxiliary verbs: *être*= To be and *avoir*= To have in simple present tense.

Let's look at the auxiliary verbs: *être*= To be and *avoir*= To have in simple present tense.

1 *Être* = to be.

*Je suis* =I am
*Tu es* =you are 
*Il est* = He is
*Elle est* = She is
*Nous sommes* = we are 
*Vous êtes* = You are 
*Ils sont* = they are
*Elles sont* = they are.

2 *Avoir*= To have.

*J'ai* =I have
*Tu as* =you have
*Il a* = He has
*Elle a* = She has
*Nous avons* = we have 
*Vous avez* = You have 
*Ils ont* = they have
*Elles ont* = they have

Global Teacher


1. came to class prepared
2. maintained positive attitudes about teaching and about
3. held high expectations for all students
4. showed creativity in teaching the class
5. treated and graded students fairly
6. displayed a personal, approachable touch with students
7. cultivated a sense of belonging in the classroom
8. dealt with student problems compassionately
9. had a sense of humor and did not take everything seriously
10. respected students and did not deliberately embarrass them
11. were forgiving and did not hold grudges
12. admitted mistakes
My final words to you will be that securing a Friendly and Protective Environment for our precious Children will require us to pay actual attention as primary and secondary caregivers... We may also need to invest in knowledge and skill in this areas and work with experts as organisations... The bottom line is the only major threat to our institution of learning today is abuse because once a child is abused he/she is distracted from learning... I can tell you categorically because my childhood was very rough and full of abuse... I was physically abused, lost my virginity at the age 6 by a female neighbour my mother left me with... As a child, I had already started having sexual relationship with other children, as a teenager I had started having anal sex, in today's parlance you call it homosexuality, as a teenager, i have sexually molested our neighbour's daughter... I suffered emotional abuse also and my parents were not available... I became a dysfunctional adult... I was not suffering from low self esteem... I suffered from no self, no esteem... I found help 20 years ago when I gave my life to Christ and that was the beginning of a turning point in my life and knowing the impact of wrong upbringing, i have dedicated my life to ensuring that our precious children are protected working with parents and all who work with children... I know that the impact of wrong upbringing is eternal except by divine intervention....

First term examination 2017/




Personal belongings are things that belong to ____________
(a) many (b) all (c) you alone (d) you and I alone

Personal belongings are those things that can be carried about or around.
(a) true (b) false (c) true and false (d) all of the above

One of the factors that determine the choice of personal belonging is ____ and _____
(a) like and dislike (b) what you can see alone
(c) what you cannot see alone (d) what you can see abroad

_______ is the removal of dust and dirt from various surfaces in the home.
(a) cleaning (b) running (c) clapping (d) wiring

Where is the food cooked? (a) sitting room (b) kitchen (c) bedroom (d) garage

In which of the room do you write your homework?
(a) bathroom (b) kitchen (c) reading room (d) store

Daily cleaning of the rooms involves removing dust and dirt from the different rooms in___ (a) once a month (b) once in three months (c) everyday (d) every year

Effect of the right choice of personal belongings are these except
(a) you will look clean and healthy (b) you will look shabby and unattractive
(c) you will be smart and attractive (d) you will look beautiful

_____ is any edible substance which when eaten and digested maintain life
(a) saw dust (b) stone (c) food (d) chalk

The food we eat contain some substances called _____
(a) blood (b) water (c) nutrients (d) oil

Food nutrients when eaten in the right proportion and absorbed into the body, perform the following functions except (a) help us to grow and stay healthy (b) help us to grow stunted (c) help us to improve our memory (d) help our wounds to heal

Keep personal belongings clean by _____ with ______ and ______ are efforts of caring for our personal belongings (a) nailing/chemical/sand (b) washing/soap/water
(c) sanding/washing/chemical (d) watering/dust/chemical

In which room do you take your bath? (a) store (b) kitchen (c) bathroom (d) dinning table

If you make a wrong choice of personal belongings and if you do not take good care of them, you will look _____ (a) beautiful (b) ugly (c) handsome (d) awesome

Waste or refuse at home are kept where? _____
(a) in the pot (b) in the roof (c) in the waste bin (d) in the toilet

Daily cleaning of the various rooms from various dust and dirts make it _____
(a) dirty and rough (b) tidy and attractive (c) dull and painful (d) sleeping and silly

Where do you eat your food? ____ (a) studying room (b) toilet (c) dinning (d) store

Cleaning the bedrooms requires one to _____ (a) wet the rooms (b) hit the rooms (c) open all the windows and draw the curtains to ventilate the rooms (d) spray the room with iodine

Cleaning of the kitchen requires one to _____
(a) close all the windows in order not to allow ventilation in the kitchen
(b) wash all the dirty plates and utensils after each use (c) heat with hot water

____ is part of body building foods (a) carbohydrates (b) fat (c) protein (d) oil

Section B
Name the three groups of food we have.
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________

What is food? ______________________________________________________________

Name four functional rooms in a house and state their uses
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________

List four factors that determine your choice of personal belongings
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
What is cleaning? ___________________________________________________________

List three materials used for cleaning
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________




One of the ways in which God speaks to us are _________ and______________
(a) vision/dreams (b) beating/whipping (c) slapping/boxing (d) singing/drumming

God speaks to His children to ______
(a) beat them (b) give them bread (c) tell them what will happen in future (d)

The right attitude to show when God speaks to us is to ________
(a) shout at Him (b) close our ears (c) listen attentively (d) run away like Jonah

As children of God, we must stay away from _______
(a) sweet (b) from making friends (c) sins (d) eating food

One of the significance of being in Christ is _____
(a) to get enough power to fight our neighbours (b) we become children of God
(c) to become more wicked (d) to learn the act of back biting the more

We show love to our brothers and sisters by
(a) cursing them (b) beating them (c) caring for them (d) bullying them

One of the ways to become children of God are these except
(a) living in peace and harmony (b) be a member of Gods family
(c) causing trouble in the neighbourhood (d) spreading the gospel of Christ

The following are the purpose of Gods call except _____
(a) to obey Him (b) to save Him (c) to call us to repentance (d) to give us bread

Moses received the words of covenant on Mount__ (a) Araphat (b) Hebron (c) Olive (d) Sinai

How many times did God called Samuel? (a) 2 times (b) 4 times (c) 3 times (d) 1 time

We show love to our father by doing the following except ______
(a) running errand for him (b) ironing his clothes for him
(c) fighting and cursing him to anger (d) going to the farm with him

Listening attentively to instructions from our father shows that
(a) we are good example of Gods children (b) bad example to people around us
(c) we have no choice than to listen (d) we are afraid

Living in peace with our neighbours brings__ (a) hatred (b) fight (c) progress (d) confusion

Jesus died for us on the cross of Calvary to _____ (a) lead us to satan (b) lead us to our father and mother (c) lead us to God our heavenly father (d) lead us to gain the whole world.

The reasons why God speaks to us are the following except ______
(a) to lead us to right way (b) to tell us what will happen in future
(c) to lead us to hell fire (d) when He wants to give us a particular assignment

When we show love to others, we _____ with them
(a) fight (b) share things (c) drag things (d) steal

_______ state how people should _______ in certain situations
(a) verbs/prepositions (b) laws/guide (c) books/ruler (d) pen/paper

Laws are given to us for the following reasons except _____
(a) to guide us to know what we should and what we should not do (b) to promote quarrels (c) to promote peace (d) to check our behavior

The purposes of laws are the following except _____ (a) to make the relationship between God and man grows (b) God did not want His people to do what He did not like (c) to make His people fight themselves (d) the laws are meant to lead us alright

The first commandment says: (a) you must be fighting people around (b) you must not have any other gods before me

Section B
Mention two ways through which God speaks to us
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________

The reasons why God speaks to us are
(a) ______________________________________________________________________
(b) ______________________________________________________________________

State two ways by which we can show love to one another as members of one family
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________

State two ways through which God calls us
(a) _____________________________________________________________________
(b) _____________________________________________________________________

List two reasons why God gives us laws
(a) _____________________________________________________________________
(b) _____________________________________________________________________




__________ is an occupation that requires special training which ones does as a life work
mechanic (b) career (c) labour (d) mathematics

Science based subjects are the following except ______
physics (b) chemistry (c) government (d) biology

Commercial based subjects are the following except
commerce (b) economics (c) chemistry (d) account

The following subjects are requirements for studying medicine except ____
chemistry (b) biology (c) accounts (d) government

_______ is a career of an engineer (a) teaching (b) tailoring (c) barbing (d) engineering

______ is what you love doing most even without being paid
value (b) interest (c) personality (d) career

________ guides students on making career decisions of their choice
teacher (b) friend (c) career counselor (d) doctor

A career is considered as a ______ work one engages in
temporary (b) lifetime (c) joint work (d) three-tiers

A career requires ______ (a) begging (b) training (c) bribing (c) dogging

______ is the art or practice of designing construction building
bricklaying (b) construction (c) architecture (d) tailoring

_____ is the occupation which involves manufacturing, installing, testing and maintaining electrical equipment (a) mechanic works (b) electrical work (c) plumbing works (d) furniture works
______ is used to tighten or loosen screw (a) helmet (b) wire (c) screw driver (d) hammer

______ is not used by electrician (a) plier (b) hoe (c) tester (d) pin

The object below is called ______ (a) screw-driver (b) spanner (c) pin (d) blade

The object above is used by _____ (a) driver (b) nurse (c) automobile mechanic (d) farmer

The object below is called _____ (a) wheel barrow (b) spanner (c) handsaw (d) pen

The object above is used for ______
cutting metallic parts (b) lifting up a vehicle (c) lifting up a bike (d) for charging battery

____ is the body that regulates the activities of journalists in Nigeria
N.U.T (b) ASUU (c) NUJ (d) NAT

A journalist can also be called _____ (a) reporter (b) a teacher (c) a doctor (d) a carpenter

_____ is the act of taking pictures with the use of camera (a) photograph (b) broadcasting (c) reporting (d) cooking

Section B
Media can be grouped into two, list them
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
List five newspaper houses in Nigeria
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ______________________________
List three materials block is made from
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________
List three artisans that can be found in mechanic workshop
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________
List five tools used in brick moulding
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ______________________________




______ is the expression of ones feelings, thoughts and ideas (a) ant (b) art (c) rat (d) artist

Art is divided into 2 major groups which are ______ and __________
visual and non-visual (b) vision and non-vision (c) art and music (d) future and sculpture

Art is used for beautifying ourselves, homes and environment (a) True (b) False (c) Maybe

Art in a Latin word means _______________
to-thing-well (b) to-fight-well (c) to-do-well (d) to-rough-well

Art is used for communication (a) True (b) False (c) maybe

The line drawn below is called

dash broken line (b) dotted broken line (c) zig-zag (d) curve

When Red + Yellow are mixed together we get _______ (a) orange (b) purple (c) green

The mixture of two primary colour gives ______ colour
tertiary (b) secondary (c) primary (d) kindergarten

Which of the following is an example of primary colour?
blue (b) orange (c) green (d) purple

The line drawn is called _______
(a) horizontal (b) curve (c) zig-zag (d) vertical

What is the shape draw below: (a) circle (b) oval (c) sphere (d) square

How many colour has a rainbow (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 7 (d) 5

Tonal graduation can be done by using ____ (a) brush (b) poster colour (c) pencil (d) eraser

There are basically _____________ types of colour (a) 3 (b) 5 (c) 12 (d) 7

In the rainbow colours ROYGBIV I stands for ____________ while O represent ______________ (a) purple/orange (b) indigo/orange (c) indigo/yellow (d) violet/red

Section B: Theory
Draw a house using the element of design
Shade the house using tonal graduation
Draw a big flower vase and colour it




Write a double consonant word that explain the meaning of the word or group of words in capitals

Examples: A JUDGEMENT ABOUT SOMETHING = assessment
IT IS USED TO COVER A BED = Bedding or bed sheet

Pick your answer from this box
Terror bitter cliff better cigarette
better furrow grass toddler titter
COMPARATIVE OF GOOD = ____________________________
VERY UNPLEASANT TASTE = ___________________________
LARGE AREA OF ROCK AT SEASIDE = _____________________
IT IS FILLED WITH TOBACCO = _____________________________
IS JUST LEARNING TO WALK = _____________________________
TO LAUGH QUAIELTY = _______________________________
AN EXTREME FEAR = ____________________________
HORSES FOOD = ___________________________
NARROW CUT IN THE GROUND = ______________________
GREEN LEAVES EATEN BY COWS = _______________________

Examples: Tread is to Vowel Bubble is to Consonant

Book is to ______________________ (14.) Deer is to ______________________
Scuttle is to ______________________ (15.) Fall is to _______________________
House is to ______________________

Alphabetical order (using first letter)
Example: Travel 1.) Container
Exciting 2.) Exciting
Container 3.) Night
Night 4.) Travel

House (19.) Yatch
Cinema Metres
Zip Apex
Tape Instruct

Knife (20.) Sharpen
Posted Casket
Risky Delight
Blunt Player


Letter Pattern: Choose and write two words having common features in these groups of words
Examples: cripple crain pround phone Flap sent opaque flip
Cripple, crain Flap, flip

Foil Fowl Fish Fuck (24.) Brush Knicker Pencil Knock

Deliver Book Fridge Delight (25.) Fridge Tuition Frown School

Basket Hog Hoist Radio

If the alphabet is written in the reverse order:
The 1st letter is __________________________
The 2nd letter is __________________________
The 3rd letter is __________________________
The 4th letter is __________________________
The 5th letter is __________________________




Our village is not far from Awka, the capital of Anambra State. It is called Ibaji. There are old and new houses in our village. We are lucky. We live in a modern house. My father and my elder brothers built it three years ago. Grandpa and grandma live in the house next to us. We visit them everyday because they are old. We help them and they tell us many things about the past in return.
Our village is a peaceful place. We obey our parents and older relations. We also respect Chief Okafor, the Igwe of our village. We have a Council of elders who work with the chief. They advise the chief when there is a problem. We do not have much trouble in our village. We all obey the laws of the government and state. At school, we obey school rules and respect our teachers and headmistress.
I am sure that you will enjoy your visit. I can take you fishing if you like. We can go to the market and there are big shops in Awka. If you like you can join my age group when it is time to clean the Ilo (place for meetings and playing).
My father and mother are going to have a big party when you come with uncle, auntie and Ngozi. There will be a lot of food, dancing and games.

Answer these questions:
Which state does Emeka live?__________________________________________________

How is Emeka lucky? ________________________________________________________

Who built Emekas house? ____________________________________________________

Where do Emekas grandpa and grandma live?_____________________________________

How do the village elders help the chief? _________________________________________

Choose the correct answer from the options A, B, C and D
Mother ______ a chicken yesterday (a) roast (b) roasted (c) roasts (d) roasting
The prisoner ____ at the quarrel for pushing him (a) shout (b) shouts (c) shouting (d) shouted
She _____ dinner for her family last night (a) prepare (b) prepares (c) prepared (d) preparing
His room _____ in a mess yesterday (a) was (b) is (c) are (d) am

My brother _____ home late last night (a) come (b) came (c) coming (d) comes
She sings sweetly, _____ she? (a) hasnt (b) doesnt (c) does (d) is
______ they pass their driving test? (a) Do (b) Does (c) Did (d) Have
_____ your father a busy man? (a) Are (b) Do (c) has (d) Is
Arent the puppies cute? Yes, they ____ (a) are (b) is (c) do (d) does
They like to eat cakes, ____ they? (a) do (b) dont (c) does (d) did
They ______ to school everyday (a) goes (b) go (c) went (d) going
Tara __ well during the debating activity yesterday (a) speak (b) spoke (c) speaking (d) spoken
She _____ to the market every afternoon (a) went (b) go (c) goes (d) going
The woman always _____ my hair (a) plaited (b) plaiting (c) plaits (d) plait
The congregation ____ on Sunday (a) listens (b) listen (c) listening (d) listened

Choose the correct answer from the options A, B, C and D. The answer you choose must be in the perfect tense
She apologized to me for what she _____ (a) has done (b) had done (c) did (d) do
She discovered her mistake after she _____ her paper
(a) has submitted (b) had submitted (c) had been submitted (d) submit
We ____ not _______ him for several years (a) have/seen (b) has/seen (c) was/seen (d) saw
She _____ not ______ here for a long time. I often wonder what has happened to her
(a) have/been (b) had/been (c) has/been (d) had/be
We ______ not _______ the zoo for many months
(a) have/visit (b) have/visited (c) has/visited (d) has/been visited

Literature in English
Apart from being beautiful, Ugochi was also ________
a poet (b) a good dancer (c) an orator (d) a good cook

Sunny was not fund of going to restaurants to eat because _____
(a) his wife was a good cook (b) he was afraid of being poisoned
(c) he did not have enough money (d) the food was always expensive

Who was the school counselor?
Mrs. Ogundipe (b) Mrs. Lawal (c) Mrs. Uzoka (d) Mrs. Ijeoma Oparah

Where was Ikem taken to after the accident?
Madoona Hospital (b) LUTH (c) UCH (d) Eko Hospital

For how many years did Ugochi and her husband wait before giving birth to Ikem?
12 years (b) 8years (c) 9years (d) 15years

What business was Ugochis husband into?
importation of cars (b) textiles (c) food stuffs (d) building materials

Who was Mr. Raymond Osakwe?
Ugochis father (b) Nkechis class teacher (c) Nkechis husband (d) Nkechis father

What did Mr. Osakwe insist Nkechi should do?
(a) To marry Mr. Ibe (b) To attend teacher training college
(c) to start a business (d) to divorce

Ikems school was _____ (a) St. Finbarrs College (b) St. Michael Secondary School
(c) St. Joseph Secondary School (d) St. Caroline College

In what subject did Ikem do very good?
(a) Literature (b) fine arts (c) mathematics (d) Igbo language

An Informal Letter
Write a letter not less than 160 words to your friend telling him/her your experience during a visit to a hospital.




_______ is the upper most layer of the earth in which plants grow and also where animal live (a) stone (b) rock (c) soil (d) sea

Which of these is not a component of the soil (a) air (b) water (c) cloud (d) organic matter

There are _____ types of soil (a) (b) 3 (c) 5 (d) 7

Which of the soil is the best for agriculture?
loamy soil (b) clayey soil (c) sandy soil (d) humus

The ______ soil is gritty when felt (a) clayey (b) loamy (c) sandy (d) saw dust

Can plant and animas survive without soil (a) Yes (b) No (c) Not sure

_______ is the broken down of rocks into smaller pieces
cracking (b) weathering (c) blasting (d) watering

_____ soil has low water holding capacity (a) clay (b) loamy (c) sandy (d) silt

Which of the agricultural processes can lead to loss of soil fertility?
bush fallowing (b) crop rotation (c) bush burning (d) manuring

The planting of different types of crops on a piece of land in a year after year is known as____ (a) crop rotation (b) bush fallowing (c) afforestation (d) liming

The following are properties of sandy soil except ______ (a) it has large particles
it is coarse (c) it can be moulded (d) it has low water holding capacity

All the following are reasons why soil loss its nutrient except _____ (a) overgrazing
clean clearing (c) erosion (d) manuring

Compost manure are also called _____ soil (a) loamy (b) humus (c) sandy (d) clayey

The soil sample becomes sticky when wet and can be moulded into shape is _____
clayey soil (b) sandy soil (c) loamy soil

The degree of fineness or roughness of a soil is called _____
softness (b) texture (c) weathering

A fertile soil supports plants normal growth for good yield (a) Yes (b) No (c) Im not sure

We preserve our food to prevent ______ from entering it. (a) germs (b) air (c) smoke

Which of the following can be preserved using canning methods
(a) tomato (b) juice (c) garri (d) smoke fish

Garri is gotten from processing _____ (a) maize (b) cassava (c) guinea corn (d) yam

Eba, fufu are product of ______ flour (a) yam (b) maize (c) cassava (d) wheat

Section B: Theory
What is food processing?______________________________________________________

b.) List three processed product from cassava (a) ______________________________
(b) _____________________________ (c) ______________________________

Define soil? ________________________________________________________________

b.) Three ways of making our soil fertile are?
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________

State two activities that lead to loss of soil fertility
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________

What is food preservation?_____________________________________________________

Mention three methods of preserving food
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________




A _______ is a group of people related by blood or marriage
friend (b) community (c) family (d) neighbour

There are _______ types of family (a) 5 (b) 3 (c) 2 (d) 7

Which of these is not a member of a nuclear family (a) father (b) uncle (c) children (d) mother

_______ is the legal union between a man and a woman to become husband and wife
family (b) marriage (c) courtship (d) dating

When a man marries only one woman. It is called _____ marriage
polyandry (b) monogamy (c) polygamy (d) polyny

______ is a way of life of people and customs (a) culture (b) marriage (c) family (d) religion

In Nigeria, there are _____ types of religion (a) 2 (b) 5 (c) 3 (d) 4

In a family, the _____ provides the family need while _____ types care of the children and home (a) father/mother (b) mother/aunt (c) mother/father (d) uncle/father

There are over _________ different cultural groups (a) 200 (b) 3 (c) 50 (d) 100

The grandparent of the wife are referred to ______ grandparent
Paternal (b) material (c) fathernal (d) mothernal

Sango, Obatala, Ogun are three various names _____ worshippers call God
Muslims (b) Christians (c) Traditional (d) pagans

The Holy Book of the Christians is _____ (a) Bible (b) Quran (c) Ifa (d) Storybook

The legal joining together of man and woman in the law court is known as ______
Christian (b) customary (c) Islamic (d) bride

A man who is yet to marry is called a ______ (a) bachelor (b) spinster (c) groom (d) bride

To solve problems of marriage, couples must be patient and try to understand each other
True (b) false (c) no idea (d) maybe

The brother of your mother or father is called ___(a) cousin (b) uncle (c) Nephew (d) brother

In western countries, men traditionally wear a _____ and _____
short/trouser (b) buba/sokoto (c) blouse/wrapper (d) babanriga

A ______ is a woman who is yet to marry (a) groom (b) bride (c) spinster (d) bachelor

The period when a man and a woman get to know each other very well before marriage is known as ______ (a) wedding (b) marriage (c) courtship (d) introduction

The following are problems of marriage except _____ (a) infertility (b) infidelity
(c) financial problems (d) being honest with each other

Section B
What is family? _____________________________________________________________
b.) Mention the types of family
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________

What is marriage? ___________________________________________________________
b.) List the types of marriage you know
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________

Explain the following
Aunt ___________________________________________________________________
Uncle __________________________________________________________________
Cousin _________________________________________________________________
Nephew ________________________________________________________________

b.) Mention three problems of marriage
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________
What is culture?_____________________________________________________________

b.) Mention five elements of culture (a) ________________________________
(b) ________________________________ (c) ________________________________
(d) ________________________________ (e) ________________________________

What is Religion?____________________________________________________________

b.) State the types of religion and their modes of worship
(a) _________________________________________________________________
(b) _________________________________________________________________
(c) _________________________________________________________________




Write 5406932 in words.
(a) five million, four hundred and six thousand, nine hundred and thirty-two (b) five hundred and forty thousand, six nine hundred and thirty-two (c) fifty-four million, six thousand, nine hundred and thirty-two

What is the place value of 7 in 3720085?
(a) Thousands (b) hundreds of thousand (c) tens of thousand (d) millions

Express 52/7 as an improper fraction. (a) 17/7 (b) 35/7 (c) 37/7 (d) 14/17

Write 245 in Roman numerals (a) CCXLV (b) CCLXV (c) XXLV (d) CDXXV

Change 43/4 to a mixed fraction. (a) 4¾ (b) 10¾ (c) 40¾ (d) 10¼

Express MDCCLIII in Arabic numerals (a) 1753 (b) 15253 (c) 17253 (d) 1253

Re-arrange these numbers in ascending order: 125632, 432187, 63444, 99821, 107634
(a) 63444, 99821, 107634, 125632, 432187 (b) 63444, 107634, 125632, 432187, 99821
(c) 432187, 125632, 107634, 99821, 63444 (d) 432187, 107634, 125632, 63444, 99821

What is the sum of the place value of 3 in 239481 and 7 in 5407262
37000 (b) 73000 (c) 7300 (d) 3700

Reduce 40/90 to its lowest term (a) 4/9 (b) 8/18 (c) 20/45 (d) 40/90

Simplify and leave your answer in roman numerals XLVI + XXIV = ____

What is the sum of 32/3 and 5¼ (a) 83/7 (b) 811/12 (c) 22/12 (d) 91/3

Find the difference between 12.54 and 6.739 (a) 79.93 (b) 19.279 (c) 7.993 (d) 192.79

Add up the following: 159, 618, 432, 7503, 12
626106 (b) 1368903 (c) 616106 (d) 625935

Take away 287,645 from 1,000,000 (a) 721535 (b) 712355 (c) 1287645 (d) 612355

Express ¾ as a decimal number (a) 0.75 (b) 0.25 (c) 0.5 (d) 0.15

Subtract 55/12 from 92/3 (a) 147/9 (b) 4¼ (c) 147/15 (d) 43/9

Arrange these fraction in ascending order: ½; 7/8, 5/12
(a) 7/8, 5/12, ½ (b) ½, 7/8, 5/12 (c) 7/8, ½, 5/12 (d) 5/12, ½, 7/8

What is the sum of 79.93, 6.739 and 253.4 (a) 400.72 (b) 340.069 (c) 172.66 (d) 172666

5/6 = /36. What is the missing equivalent fraction? (a) 11 (b) 30 (c) 1 (d) 6

What is this fraction called in word ¾?
(a) three-four (b) three quarter (c) three third (d) third-four

Section B (Answer any five questions)
Write 248,917 in words
b.) What is the place value of 7 in the following numbers?
(i) 79633 = ____________________________________
(ii) 8271 = ____________________________________
(iii) 2794615 = ________________________________
(iv) 65703 = __________________________________

Simplify the following leaving your answer in roman numerals
C ÷ XX =

(a) 75/12 + 42/3
(b) 95/6 32/3

Add 4638 and 2195 using expanded form
b.) A town A has a population of 130,000 while another town B has a population of 145000. What is the sum of the population of the two towns?

Take-away 4785 from 10000.
b.) What is the sum of 6.378, 122.3, 34.26 and 9214.8?




Section A: Number Series
Samples: Fill in the missing numbers

1.) (2.)

3.) (4.)

Section B: Common Differences

5.) (6.) (7.) (8.)

Section C: Common Ratio

9.) (10.) (11.) (12.)

Section D: Letter Series





Section E: Coding and Decoding









_________ is what happens when something passes from one form to another
choice (b) change (c) chance (d) charge

Changes in insects are of ______ forms (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (d) 5

A weather experts is referred to as a ______
mechanic (b) meteorologist (c) radiologist (d) cardiologist

Temperature is measured and recorded in __ (a) meters (b) degrees (c) kilograms (d) seconds

The instrument for measuring Air pressure is _____
barometer (b) anemometer (c) thermometer (d) hydrometer

There are basically ______ types of changes (a) 2 (b) 3 (c) 7 (d) 12

The weather symbols below signifies ___________ and _________
cloudy/lighting (b) rainy/sunny (c) hot/sunny (d) lightning/rainy

_______ is the condition of the atmosphere of a particular area at a given period of time
climate (b) weather (c) sunny (d) cloudy

Which of the following is a temporary change?
water ice (b) wood ashes (c) seedlings young plant (d) egg adult ( imago)

Changes in plants are permanent (a) True (b) False (c) Maybe (d) I dont know

The mixture of two primary colours gives _____ colour
tertiary (b) primary (c) secondary (d) nursery

Red, yellow and blue are examples of _______ colour
primary (b) secondary (c) nursery (d) tertiary

Red + Blue = _________ (a) orange (b) purple (c) green (d) indigo

A rainbow has _____ colours (a) 7 (b) 5 (c) 3 (d) 2

Tertiary colour is formed by adding ______ and ______ (a) primary and primary
primary and secondary (c) secondary and secondary (d) none of the above

Which of these instrument is used to measure time?
bathroom scale (b) stop watch (c) tape rule (d) beam balance

The unit of length is ______ (a) metres (b) litres (c) seconds (d) grammes

Colours can be classified into ____ groups (a) 3 (b) 2 (c) 7 (d) 12

Tape rule, meter rule, ruler are instrument for measuring _____
volume (b) time (c) length (d) weight

Red colour signifies ____ in safety rules (a) wealth (b) danger (c) happy (d) royalty

Section B (Answer all questions)
What is change?_____________________________________________________________
b.) Mention two types of change?
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________

What is weather? ____________________________________________________________
b.) List the factors that affect weather
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________

What is colour? _____________________________________________________________

b.) List the types of colours and give two examples of each
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________

Define measurement? ________________________________________________________

b.) State one instruments for measuring the following and their units
Instruments Units



The two values are ______ and ______ (a) black and white value (b) old and new values
(c) positive and negative values (d) wife and husband values

________ is a person who is not born a citizen of a state. (a) a citizen (b) a child
(c) a foreigner (d) a Londoner

One of the duties of a citizen are the following except __________
(a) payment of taxes (b) vote during elections (c) disobeying rules and regulations
(d) respect to the national anthem and national pledge whenever they are rendered

______ is the traditional name of Hausa Land (a) Hon Minister (b) Oba (c) Eleko (d) Emir

Traditional ruler of a town in Yoruba Land is called _____ (a) Eze (b) Igwe (c) Oba (d) Emir

Traditional ruler of a town in Igbo land is called _____ (a) Emir (b) Oba (c) Igwe (d) Eleko

Traditional rulers could come to power by __________ and _______ (a) Money/name
Naturalization / conquest (c) inheritance / election (d) physical power / mental power

The following are not the duties of a traditional ruler except _____
(a) beating people in his palace (b) sponsoring kidnapping
(c) aid and abetting bribes (d) maintaining laws and order in the community

The responsibilities of parents to their children are the following except _____
(a) by paying their school fees (b) by buying books
(c) not responsible for the three basic needs (d) by buying school uniforms.

The responsibilities of children are not the following except ______ (a) argue with their parents whenever they talk (b) disobeying their parents whenever instructions are passed (c) obeying the authority of their parents (d) refuse to run errands for their parents

The major ethnic groups we have in Nigeria are (a) Zulu, Igara and Fir
(b) Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba (c) Ife, Guadu and Kwara (d) Ilaje, Igbira and Ibadan

The three tiers of government in Nigeria are: (a) Citizen government / family government / children government (b) state, federal and local government (c) lower chamber, middle chamber and upper chamber (d) state house, federal house and Senate House of Assembly.

The motto of the state shows what each state cherishes as its human or natural endowments. What is the motto of Lagos State? (a) Confluence state (b) Gateway State
(c) Centre of Excellence (d) The big Heart

Citizenship which is only applicable only to aliens and foreigners is called ____
(a) citizenship by birth (b) citizenship by naturalization
(c) citizenship by marriage/registration (d) citizenship by conquest

There are ________ local government area in Nigeria (a) 36 (b) 774 (c) 109

A citizenship acquired by somebody born in Nigeria is called ________
(a) citizenship by descent (b) citizenship by concession
(c) citizenship by birth (d) citizenship by marriage / registration

The grass government is also known as _______
(a) Federal Government (b) Local Government (c) State Government
__________ is a common feeling shared by a group of people
(a) community (b) communalism (c) Communication
The best form of government is ____________ (a) military (b) monarchy (c) democracy
The second level of government is the ____ government (a) Federal (b) Local (c) State

Part B: Theory
State three duties of local government?
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________

b.) What is democracy? _________________________________________________________

Who is a citizen? ____________________________________________________________

b.) State three ways of becoming a citizen?
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________

What is communalism? ______________________________________________________

b.) List five attributes of communalism?
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ______________________________

State five differences between traditional and constitutional government.
(a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________
(e) ______________________________

Identify three problems facing the state government
(a) ________________________________ (b) ________________________________
(c) ________________________________


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