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Bread for the Brethren



1. Reduce Food.
2. Reduce Sleep.
3. Reduce Talks.
4. Reduce Movies.
5. Reduce Sugar.

1. Remove Grudges.
2. Remove Show (Self display).
3. Remove Lust.
4. Remove Darkness.
5. Remove Distractions.

1. Be more Holy.
2. Be more Happy.
3. Be more Honest.
4. Be more Thankful.
5. Be more Simple.

1. Increase Praying.
2. Increase Study (WORD).
3. Increase Exercise.
4. Increase Fasting.
5. Increase Giving.

1. Be Discipline.
2. Be Sober.
3. Be Humble.
4. Be Timely.
5. Be Faithful.
6. Be Positive.
7. Be Ready.
8. Be Sensitive.
9. Be Anointed.
10. Be Peaceful.

1. Always Smile.
2. Always Retreat.
3. Always Remember.
4. Always Practice.
5. Always Learn.

1. Restrict Movement.
2. Receive Counsel.
3. Engage Wisdom.
4. Resist the Devil.
5. Avoid sin.

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Positive Affirmatives For Pupils

Happy birthday to Akinbami Favour may the lord grant you more knowledge and understanding

Happy birthday to Akinbami Favour may the lord grant you more knowledge and understanding ijn.

As you are a year older today I pray that God Almighty will perfect and renew everything about you. 

Happy birthday 🎂 ⚽ 🍳 🍆 

Long life and prosperity 

God bless your new age 



He sat in court, holding his hand in his head and weeping quietly. Those around him looked at him in pity and those who did not know the reason for this, wondered why a grown man was weeping openly.

For Mr. James Jackson, his life had just crumbled before him like a pack of cards. 

 He who had two sons that were born on the same day, had suddenly become childless.

Two years ago, the first of the twin was brutally murdered, while he was being inducted alongside others as a medical doctor. 

Today, the court sentenced his only surviving son and child to die by the hangman's noose. 

Why? He had pulled the trigger that sent his twin brother and only sibling to his untimely grave. He murdered his own blood in cold blood. 

He had simply walked into the venue of the event, shot into the air to attract attention and walked over to where his brother was sitting.

Whilst the poor twin brother looked at him in shock and confusion, he shot him point blank in the head. The death was instant. 

After committing this heinous act, he surrendered himself to the police. Before his arraignment and throughout the trial, he never denied the offence.

 He only told a story that broke many hearts, but could not justify murder in the eyes of the law.

His brother had been the shining star of the family. Academically, he was brilliant and in the areas of sports, he was a force to reckon with. He excelled in everything he did and was the kind of child every parent prayed for. Despite these qualities, he was quiet and humble. 

The convicted brother on the other hand was an average student, who had no interest in sports. His only area of excellence was drawing and painting. He was an extrovert and a social butterfly.

It did not come as a surprise when the parents doted on the intelligent son and did all they could to make him happy. They were proud of him and flaunted his achievements at every available opportunity.

The convicted brother did not make any fuss but did what he could to please his parents. His drawing skills also earned him awards but the parents were not impressed by this.

After their secondary school education, the intelligent son went on study medicine and the second was offered fine Arts.

One day, they had gone to school as usual but the convicted son came back to pick an item he forgot at home. There was nobody in sight when he walked into the house. However, he heard voices from his father's study. The door was slightly open and he thought he should walk in and greet them. 

That thought died when he saw that his parents were discussing with the family lawyer about drafting his father's will. He stood still to eavesdrop and what he heard shattered his heart to pieces.

His father had 6 choice properties and some pieces of land in the village. His brilliant brother was to get 4, his mother was to get 1 and he was to get 1 - the smallest among the properties.
When the lawyer protested the unfair sharing formula, his father stood his ground and said the convicted brother ought to be happy with the house. He added that the house was to ensure that he had a place to lay his head while engaging in the unprofitable profession of drawings and paintings. His mother supported his father's views.

The young man walked away with one thought in mind: he was going to cause his parents unimaginable pain.

 He pretended all was well, even while planning a revenge mission that was going to affect everyone around him.  

3 years later, he got the perfect opportunity to carry out his plan. Immediately he heard that his brother had passed his final exams and was going to be inducted into the medical profession, he perfected his plan. 

He did not attend the induction exercise on the ground that he was busy. But immediately after the induction exercise and whilst closing speeches were ongoing, he walked into the hall and shot his brother in the head.

The incident took place in the presence of more than a hundred people. Thus there was no means of escape. 

In the course of trial, their mother passed away as a result of heart break and high blood pressure.

Today, he was sentenced to death and their father was left to bear the consequences of their actions.

Children are gifts from God, but they come in different packages- different personalities, behaviours, IQ level etc. 

Learn to accept them the way they are; build up their natural talent, help them acquire skills that will be of use in the future; teach them how to be better persons but never show favouritism. 

Equality, they say is equity.

You cannot sow rivalry and expect peace in your home. There may be a facade of brotherliness but one day, it will crack and the rot beneath will be exposed.

Don't turn your family to a battle field and then blame your enemies, village people or the worst culprit- the devil.

Treat your children equally and teach them to do same.

Do have a wonderful week

Soft Skills That Are Needed By Every Teacher In The Digital Age

Good day colleagues and friends. My name is Mr Bolujo and I am here to rub minds together with you in order to get better in what we do...

And what do we do as teachers....


In other words for us to do what we do better and more effectively we shall be shall be looking at soft skills that are needed by analog teachers to teacher a digital child.

Scheme of work English language Nursery 2

Weeks           Topics
1             Reading a     Recognition of letters of the Alphabet from A to Z

The need to learn and relearn

We just need to learn and relearn

Format for Lesson plan and lesson

Plan Lesson Note for primary School or basic school 
Second Week Lesson Plan Outline – Basic 6
Basic 6
First Term
Lesson Plan for First Week 2
Teacher's Basic Information


Basic Science and Technology (BST) 
Basic Science
Information Technology (Computer Studies)
Physical and Health Education
Cultural and Creative Art
English Studies 
Pre-Vocational studies (PVS)
Home Economic

Religion and National Values 
Christian Religious Studies
Civic Education
Islamic Religious Studies
Security Education
Social Studies
Basic Science (BST) 

Meaning of Drugs
Types of Drugs

Information Technology (Computer Studies)
Computer Network 

Meaning of Computer network
Types of Computer Network

Physical and Health Education 
Track Events – Long Distance Races
 800 Metres
1,500 Metres
Technique or Basic Skills

Cultural and Creative Art 
Still Life Drawing
Still Life Objects

English Studies 
Further Practice on Report Making
Reading Comprehension – A Traditional Marriage
Structure – Sentence Building
Grammar – Synonym
Writing – Guided Composition
Dictation – Teaching of New Words
Verbal Aptitude

Binary Number 

Conversion of Base 2 to Base 10
Conversion of Base 10 to Base 2
Addition and Substation of Binary Number
Multiplication of Binary Number

Quantitative Reasoning

Meaning of Agriculture

Home Economic 
Buying and Spending
How to Spend Money Wisely
Advantages of Wise Spending and Buying

Christian Religious Studies 
Paul's Conversion

The Meaning of Conversion
Paul's Proposed Mission to Damascus, Act 9:1-2
What happened to Paul's on the way, Act 9:3-9 – Christ appeared to him
The Conversion, Baptist and Mission of Paul, Act 9:10-19
Importance of Paul's Conversion

Civic Education and 
Reasons for giving National Award
Examples of Selfless Service
Outstanding National Award Recipients

Islamic Religious Studies 
Al-Qur'an – Recitation of Aayat' verse 1-10

Recitation of Arabic Text and Translation of the verses
Explanations of the verses recited

Security Education 
Social Studies 
External Influence on the Nigerian Family Life – The Influence of Working Parents on the Family

Èdè: Ọ̀rọ̀ Orúkọ – Dídá Ọ̀rọ̀ Orúkọ Mọ Nínú Gbólóhùn
Ásà – Ìwà Ọmọlúwàbí ní Ilé Yorùbá
Litireso – A lọ Pípa: Pípa a lọ apá mọ


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