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The Speech Organs

Week 2  Second Term. 

Phonics 

Topic : The Speech Organ

 

All the sounds of English are made using air on its way out from the lungs. The lungs pull in and push out air, helped by the diaphragm. The air goes out through the trache, where the first obstruction it meets is the larynx. 

 

Inside the larynx the air passes by the vocal folds which if they vibrate, make the sound voiced.. After the air goes up through the pharnyx, it escapes either through the oral or the nasal cavity . 

   

 Almost all the organs involved in speech production also have other functions.   The lungs and the diaphragm are obviously involved in breathing, as well as in the nasal activities.

 

There are four places in which sounds can be modified. 

 

  • Nasal cavity 
  • Oral cavity 
  • Pharynx
  • Lips

 

 

 

The organs involved in speech productions are 

  • The teeth 
  • Tongue 
  • Lips 
  • Nasal cavity 
  • Oral cavity 
  • Pharynx 
  • Larynx
  • Trachea 
  • Lungs
  • Diaphragm

 

 

The upper lip, teeth, alveolar ridge, hard palate, soft palate, uvula, and pharynx wall are passive articulators. The most important active articulator is the tongue as it is involved in the production of the majority of sounds. The lower lip is another active articulator. But glottis is not an active articulator because it is only a space between vocal folds.

 

 

GUIDE YOUR TONGUE, ESPECIALLY WHEN RELATING WITH YOUR FAMILY MEMBERS. WIFE, HUSBAND OR KIDS, ET AL. HERE'S THE REASON :

GUIDE YOUR TONGUE, ESPECIALLY WHEN RELATING WITH YOUR FAMILY MEMBERS. WIFE, HUSBAND OR KIDS, ET AL. 
HERE'S THE REASON :

Genius OR Mentally Ill ?

A story is told about a young Thomas Edison who came home one day with a paper for his mother. He told her, 'My teacher told me to give this paper only to my mother.'

Thomas' mother read the note and her eyes filled with tears. Thomas asked his mother what the note said, and she read aloud,
'Your son is a genius. This school is too small for him and doesn't have enough good teachers for training him. Please teach him yourself.'

And that's exactly what Thomas' mother did; she home-schooled her child with devotion and dedication. 

As the story goes, many years later after Thomas Edison's mother passed away, and he was now one of the world's greatest inventors, he found a folded paper among other family items. 

He opened the very same paper that had been handed to him to give to his mother and read the following message:
'Your son is mentally ill. We won't let him come to school anymore.'

At that moment, Edison realised what his mother had done for him so many years ago.

He wrote in his diary: 'Thomas Alva Edison was an addled child that, by a hero mother, became the genius of the century.'

In the book of Proverbs we learn: 'The words of the reckless pierce like swords, but the tongue of the wise brings healing.'

Can you imagine what might have happened to Thomas Edison if his mother had read to him the reckless and hurtful words written by his foolish teacher? He might never have invented the light bulb or made his many other contributions to society.
Thank God for the wisdom and wise words of his mother! She created the context in which her son could grow to his full potential.

MORAL:

Let's take this message to heart and resolve to use our words for healing today.
You might be a parent, what do you say to your children.... 

You might be a teacher, what do you say to your student... especially the ones that are not really performing well presently.... 

What do you say about your parents, family, boss, subordinate, leader, colleague, follower....
Just as hurtful words can cause uncontrolled damage for life, so can wise words positively affect a person for life. 

May the words you use today change a life for the better. So wisely select your words inspiringly when communicating with anyone in your day to day life and make a difference in the lives of others.
Shalom🙏

What are the smallest numbers

Circle The small numbers 

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This is the anthem of every registered teacher of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 

KG 1. Basic Science Examination. Second Term


SECOND  TERM  EXAMINATION. 2014/2015.

SUBJECT: Basic Science.

CLASS: K.G.

DATE: _______________________________. 

TIME: 1 HOUR.

NAME: _______________________________________________


Dirty clothes should be worn everyday. ( Yes / No )


Blowing the nose keeps it --------------- (a) clean (b)dirty (c) dusty.


Farm animals live in the ------------ (a) toilet  (b) farm  (c) radio.The baby of dog is called ---------- (a) puppy (b) kitten  (c) cub.


A goat -------------- (a) bleat  (b) bark  (c) roar.


Water is ------------ (a) liquid  (b) solid  (c) strong.


Most farm animals eat ---------- (a) bone (b) mosquitoes (c) grass


The traffic sign colours are -------------- , ----------------- , -----------


Phonics Examination. KG1. Second Term

  1. SECOND TERM EXAMINATION. 2014/2015.

  2. SUBJECT: Phonics . CLASS: K.G.

  3. DATE: _______________________________.TIME: 1 HOUR.

  4. NAME: _______________________________________________

Read and write sounds a – z









Match together the same letter sounds
P                             t

Z                            s

W                           p

t                             v

S                            z

V                           u

U                           w

 

3. How many vowel sounds do we have ------------------.

 

4. Write out the vowel sounds ---------------, ---------------, ---------------, ---------------, ---------------
Blend these words

 

5. a m = -----------------------------------------------

6. a t = ----------------------------------------------

 

7. I f = ----------------------------------------------

 

8. I n = ----------------------------------------------------

Read these words
9. on of or ox

 

Fill in the missing sounds
10. a b c ----- ----- f ----- h ----- j ----- l

Complete the two letter words

11. am --------------- as ---------------
12. if --------------- --------------- it
13. of --------------- --------------- 0x

 

 

Write the first sound of these objects.
14.

15.

16

17.

 

Dictation of two letter words.

18. 


19. 


20.

Second Term Examination. KG 1. Phonics

  1. SECOND TERM EXAMINATION. 2014/2015.
    SUBJECT: Phonics . CLASS: K.G.
    DATE: _______________________________. TIME: 1 HOUR.
    NAME: _______________________________________________
Read and write sounds a – z










Match together the same letter sounds
P                             t
Z                            s
W                           p
t                             v
S                            z
V                           u
U                           w

3. How many vowel sounds do we have ------------------.

4. Write out the vowel sounds ---------------, ---------------, ---------------, ---------------, ---------------
Blend these words

5. a m = -----------------------------------------------
6. a t = ----------------------------------------------

7. I f = ----------------------------------------------

8. I n = ----------------------------------------------------
Read these words
9. on of or ox

Fill in the missing sounds
10. a b c ----- ----- f ----- h ----- j ----- l
Complete the two letter words
11. am --------------- as ---------------
12. if --------------- --------------- it
13. of --------------- --------------- 0x


Write the first sound of these objects.
14.
15.
16
17.

Dictation of two letter words.
18.
19.
20.

KG 2 Past Questions. Social Studies.


SECOND TERM EXAMINATION. 2014/2015.
SUBJECT: Social Studies. CLASS: K.G.
DATE: _______________________________. TIME: 1 HOUR.
NAME: _______________________________________________

1. Will people be happy to see you greet them with a smile on your face ( Yes / No ).


2. When you are given a gift, what do you say ?.--------------------------------------------------------------------


3. Nuclear family are -------------------------------, -----------------------------------, --------------------------------


4. A ------------------- is a place of learning (a) school (b) playground (c) garden


5. The head of the school family is the ------------------ (a) parent (b) teacher (c) proprietress.


6,The name of my school is ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


7. ----------------- cooks and take care of the family (a) Father (b) Uncle (c) Mother


8 Activities at home means the -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


9. A doctor works in the -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


10. Teacher works in the --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


11.A banker works in the ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


12. Activities means ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


13. ---------------- is the head of the family (a) Father (b) Sister (c) Uncle.


14. Mention two places you know.

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Lagos State Releases Guidelines For 2019 Model College Examination

LASG releases timelines for Year 2019 admission test into model colleges

The Lagos State Government has released the timelines for admission into its16 Model Colleges and Upgraded Junior Secondary schools, just as the sale of forms for the Screening of Primary Six pupils into the Schools is scheduled to commence from Monday 14th January 2019 till Friday 26th April 2019.

According to the Director, Lagos State Examinations Board, Mr. Olufemi Hassan the screening test for this year’s academic session will be in two parts - the Computer Based Test (CBT) and Paper Pencil Test (PPT).

While noting that the registration form will cost N10,000 (Ten Thousand Naira), Hassan pointed out that late registration will commence on Wednesday 29th April and end on Friday, 24th May 2019 at a cost of N15,000 (Fifteen Thousand Naira) each.

He, however, warned parents to be wary of fraudsters, stressing that interested parents and schools should obtain a Payment Invoice from the Accounts Department of the Lagos State Examinations Board for making deposits into the account of the State Government at designated banks and obtaining the PIN/CD which will be issued to candidates.

The Director also maintained that only public and private schools' Primary six pupils who are aged between 10 and 11 years old by June 2019 are eligible to participate in the screening test.

Hassan also noted that candidates for the Computer Based Examination are advised to indicate their choice location at any of the divisions in order to facilitate the collection of examination date within five days.

The CBT will hold at the ICT Center, Lagos State Examinations Board from Monday 3rd to Friday 7th June 2019, while the paper-pencil version is slated for Saturday, 8th June 2019 at 45 designated Centres across the State.

Introduction to Decimals

  1. What is a decimal 
  2. Give four examples of decimal numbers 
  3. How do we add up decimal numbers. 
  4. How do we subtract decimal numbers 
  5. How do you wẹ workout the place vales of decimal numbers  
  6. How do we expand decimal numbers. 
  7. How do we convert decimal to fractions and fractions to decimals 
  8. What are reoccurring decimals.