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Legal Implication of Teachers' Roles In Students Discipline.

*Legal Implications of Teachers Role in Pupils/Students Discipline*.

The teacher is expected to work within the ambit of the rules, regulations, laws or Acts that govern the practice of his/her profession. According to Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (2005), teachers are bound to be liable for any acts or omissions that run contrary to professional standards or fall short of commonly held values, acceptable practices and norms. Thus, the teacher will be held liable and proceeded against for any act, omission or negligence that infringes on the rights of pupils/students.

Recent times, some private schools had witnessed teachers inflicting dangerous and hard punishments on pupils/students without minding or considering the legal implications. As a result of this act, Police officers had visited schools to arrest teachers at the instance of the child's parents. Also, parents had visited schools to harass and embarrass teachers for been cruel and hostile towards their children.

Though, the teacher is legally and professionally bound to exercise his/her powers and discharge his/her duties honestly, in good faith, with utmost care, diligence and skills.

*The discipline must pass the following control tests by a teacher:*

1) Must be reasonable (this is relative, as what is reasonable in one instance may not be in another).

2) Must be related to the gravity of the offence i.e not excessive.

3) Must not be administered with malice.

4) Its purpose must be defensible i.e not to inflict physical or internal injury on the pupil/student.

5) Must be related to the age, sex, size, mental, physical and emotional stage of development of the pupil/student.

*Forms of Discipline and Punishments in Classroom*

The following forms of punishments may be considered by the teacher:

1) Verbal warning

2) Simple Punishment

3) Isolation

4) Denial

5) Academic Punishment

6) Any other form of punishment that may be initiated by the teacher except *corporal* punishment.

*The use of cane is now getting outdated as it is considered a corporal punishment.*

*What is a Corporal Punishment?*

In a simple term, it is any punishment that causes physical and internal injury to the body of the pupil/student.

*Likely Factors to Consider Before Punishing a pupil/student*

1) The Age
2) Health Condition
3) Mental Fitness
4) Physical Fitness

Conclusively, in order to avoid parents harassment, police case and litigation, punishing a child should be professionally, diplomatically and reasonably done.

*Punishment Should be Corrective Not Vindictive...*

*Forewarned is forearmed.*


Chief Examiner's Report on 2018 May /June SSCE

*Chief Examiner's Report on 2018 May/June SSCE* 

 *Candidate's Weakness and Remedies* 
 _The weaknesses observed include_ :
1. poor paragraphing;
2. poor expression as a result of wrong concord, poor punctuation marks, wrong use of tenses, poor use of prepositions and articles;
3. failure to grasp the requirements and demands of the questions attempted;
4. inability to construct simple and correct sentences;
5. wrong use of the first person pronoun "I";
6. poor vocabulary and organization of thoughts;
7. writing below the required number of words on the essay topics;
8. illegible handwriting;
9. spelling errors;
10. poor knowledge of the basic rules of English grammar;
11. mindless lifting of answers from the passage;
12. use of text message abbreviations such as "u" for "you" "d" for "the", "ur" for "your" etc.

 *SUGGESTED REMEDIES* 
 _Candidates should:_ 
1. endeavour to improve on their vocabulary and grammar in English Language through extensive reading;
2. take time to understand the exact demands of questions before attempting to answer them;
3. draw up an outline to organise their thoughts before writing their essays;
4. read through their work to correct spelling and grammatical mistakes before submitting their scripts;
5. practise essay writing constantly;
6. converse regularly in simple and correct English expressions.

Chief Examiner's Report on 2018 May / June SSCE

*Chief Examiner's Report on 2018 May/June SSCE*

*Candidate's Weakness and Remedies*
_The weaknesses observed include_ :
1. poor paragraphing;
2. poor expression as a result of wrong concord, poor punctuation marks, wrong use of tenses, poor use of prepositions and articles;
3. failure to grasp the requirements and demands of the questions attempted;
4. inability to construct simple and correct sentences;
5. wrong use of the first person pronoun "I";
6. poor vocabulary and organization of thoughts;
7. writing below the required number of words on the essay topics;
8. illegible handwriting;
9. spelling errors;
10. poor knowledge of the basic rules of English grammar;
11. mindless lifting of answers from the passage;
12. use of text message abbreviations such as "u" for "you" "d" for "the", "ur" for "your" etc.

*SUGGESTED REMEDIES*
_Candidates should:_
1. endeavour to improve on their vocabulary and grammar in English Language through extensive reading;
2. take time to understand the exact demands of questions before attempting to answer them;
3. draw up an outline to organise their thoughts before writing their essays;
4. read through their work to correct spelling and grammatical mistakes before submitting their scripts;
5. practise essay writing constantly;
6. converse regularly in simple and correct English expressions.

Introduction To Circle Properties



Introduction

A circle is a simple, beautiful and symmetrical shape.
When a circle is rotated through any angle about its centre, its orientation remains the same.
When any straight line is drawn through its centre, it divides the circle into two identical semicircles.
The line is known as the diameter.
The common distance of the points of a circle from its centre is called radius.
The perimeter or length of the circle is also known as the circumference.





Diameter
The diameter of a circle is the length of a line segment whose endpoints lie on the circle and which passes through the centre of the circle.
This is the largest distance between any two points on the circle.
The diameter of a circle is twice its radius.
In other words, two radius make one diameter.

Chords
A chord of a circle is a line segment whose two endpoints lie on the circle.
The diameter, passing through the circle's centre, is the largest chord in a circle.

Tangent
A tangent to a circle is a straight line that touches the circle at a single point.

Secant
A secant is an extended chord: a straight line cutting the circle at two points.


Arc
An arc of a circle is any connected part of the circle's circumference.

Sector
A sector is a region bounded by two radius and an arc lying between the radius.

Segment
A segment is a region bounded by a chord and an arc lying between the chord's endpoints.


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Angle Properties in a circle


Angles in the same segment are equal.






∠A and ∠B are equal.









Proof:

AôB = 2x1 = 2x2 (Ð at centre= 2Ðat ⊙ce)
x1 = x2
ÐAPB = ÐAQB

Property can be abbreviated as Ðs in the same segment.




Angles in a semicircle = 90°.

∠B = 90°




Proof:

AôB = 2AĈB ( at centre = 2 at )
But AôB = 180°
AĈB = 90°
Angle at the centre = twice the angle subtended by the same arc at the circumference.




∠O = 2∠A



Proof:
In the figure below, the angles are subtended by the minor arc AB. Since OA = OD (radii of circle), a = b (base angles of isos. triangle)
But angle AôE if the exterior angle of triangle AOD
AôE = 2a
Similarly, c = d (base angles of isos. triangle)
BôE = 2c
Hence, AôB = 2a + 2c = 2(a + c) = 2 angle ADB




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Angle Properties of a Cyclic Quadrilateral

Angles in opposite segments are supplementary.


∠A + ∠C = 180° ; ∠B + ∠D = 180°








∠A + ∠C = 180° ; ∠B + ∠D = 180°




Proof:
Let b = 50
2d = 360 - 100 = 260
d = 260/2 = 30
b + d = 30 + 50 = 180.

Property can be abbreviated as opp. Ðs of cyclic quad.



Exterior angle of a cyclic quadrilateral = the interior opposite angle.






a° = b°


Proof:

b + d = 180°(opp. angles of cyclic quad.)
x + d = 180°(adj. angles on a str. l)
b + d = x + d
b = x
angle ABC = angle CDE

Property can be abbreviated as ext.Ð of a cyclic quad.
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Symmetrical Properties of Circle


Property 1:


A circle is symmetrical about every diameter. Hence any chord AB perpendicular to a diameter is bisected by the diameter.

Also, any chord bisected by a diameter is perpendicular to the diameter.



Proof:
Given a circle, centre O and a chord, AB, with a mid-point D, we are required to show that OĈB = 90°.
Join OA and OB. In triangle OAC and OBC,
OA = OB (radii of circle)
AC = BC (given)
OC is common.

Triangle OCD is congruent to triangle OBC (SSS property)

OĈA = OĈB.

Since these are adjacent angles on a straight line, OĈA = OĈB = 90°




Property 2:

In equal circles or in the same circle, equal chords are equidistant from the centre. Chords which are equidistant from the centre are equal.

Proof:

In the figure, triangle OAB is rotated through an angle AOA' to triangle OA'B' about O.
Since rotation preserves shape and size, AB = A'B' and OG = OH.
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Alternate Segment Theorem

The alternate segment theorem states that an angle between a tangent and a chord through the point of contact is equal to the angle in the alternate segment. Thus, ÐPTB = ÐPQT.

Proof:
ÐSPT = 90° (rt. Ð in a semicircle)
Ðx + Ðy = 90° ( Ð sum of ∆)
Ðy + Ðz = 90° ( tan rad.)
Ðx = Ðz
ÐPTB = ÐPST
ÐPST = ÐPQT ( Ðs in same segment)
ÐPTB = ÐPQT
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Hairstyle for second term. 2018/2019 Academic Year

Learning Shapes. Distance Round A Shape : Perimeters

MATHEMATICS

SECOND TERM

WEEK 4

PRIMARY 6

TOPIC: Perimeter

LEARNING AREA

Lesson One - Introduction to perimeter
Lesson Two - Perimeter of rectangle
Lesson Three - Perimeter of compound shapes
Lesson Four - Quantitative Reasoning
TIME - 40 Minutes each.

LEARNING OUTCOME

By the end of the lesson, the pupils should be able to:

Reviewing work done on perimeters of plane shapes.

Identifying rectangles that have same area but different perimeters.

Finding the perimeters of compound shapes.
RATIONALE

Perimeter is a distance round a shape.

 Perimeter means the sum of lengths of all the sides of a plane shape - triangles, other quadrilaterals and higher polygons = sum of lengths of all sides. It can be used to calculate the length of fence surrounding a building or garden. Two shapes may have the same perimeter, but different areas or may have the same area, but different perimeters.


The concept of perimeter will enable pupils to understand the different between areas and perimeter and appreciate the use of perimeter within and around us.

LEARNING MATERIALS

Ruler and measuring tape
Box - square and rectangular faces
Chart of triangle, square and rectangle
Improvises measuring materials like hands, legs, or any length wood or rod.
PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE

Measuring length
Triangle
Square
Rectangle
Area of triangle, square and rectangle.
REFERENCE MATERIALS

9 - Years Basic Education Curriculum
Lagos State Scheme of work
New Method Mathematics Book 6
All Relevant Materials
Online Materials
LESSON PLAN/DEVELOPMENT

LESSON DEVELOPMENT 1 - INTRODUCTION OF PERIMETER document

Step 1 - Introduction (5 minutes)

TEACHER'S ACTIVITIES

Guides pupils to identify different types of plane shapes on chart.
PUPIL'S ACTIVITIES

Pupils identify triangle (types), square, rectangle, etc..
LEARNING POINT - Previous knowledge and lesson

Step 2 - Development (5 minutes)

Groups the pupils into four groups – A, B, C, and D.
Guide the pupils to choose a leader and secretary for your group.
Gives each group learning materials – measuring tape.
PUPIL'S ACTIVITIES

Belong to a group.
Choose their leader and secretary.
Received learning materials for their group.
LEARNING POINT - Pupil's group, leader and secretary confirmed.

Step 3 -Development - (10 minutes)

TEACHER'S ACTIVITIES

Takes pupils out to the field and guides them to measure the lengths of the field.
Names each length according to their group – length A, B C and D.
PUPIL'S ACTIVITIES

Measure the lengths of the School's field.
Length A -
Length B -
Length C -
Length D -
LEARNING POINT - Length

Step 4 -Development - (10 minutes)

Guides the pupils to add –

Length (A + B), named it AB
Length (C + D), named it CD
Length (AB + CD), named it perimeter.
Pupil's Activities

Working

Length AB = ____ cm
Length CD = ____ cm
Perimeter = ____ cm
LEARNING POINT - Introduction to perimeter

Step 5 - CONCLUSION (10 minutes)

CONCLUSION

To conclude the lesson for the week, the teacher revises (through questions and answers) the entire lesson and links it to the next lesson.

PUPIL'S ACTIVITIES

Listen, ask and answer questions.
Perimeter means the sum of lengths all the sides of a plane shape.
LEARNING POINT - Conclusion

LESSON DEVELOPMENT 2 - PERIMETER OF RECTANGLE

LESSON DEVELOPMENT 3 - PERIMETER OF COMPOUND SHAPES

Great Teachers, Great Pupils and Great Parents

*#62attributes*
*Attribute3*


*Great schools take their time to understand a parents need*



Dear life builder,


By knowing this Information, you will be armed with the skill to get into profitable Conversations with your parents.



Let us face it, dealing with parents can be pretty difficult.


what do I mean?



I once took an Inquiry of a parent, and through out the conversation she just kept frowning.



I kept wondering what the problem was.



So I tried to break her up so we could have a profitable Conversation


She opened up, and ended up smiling, and we had a good conversation


*She even told me how she hated the school uniform colour*


Thank God for that info



I handled it right there.


what exactly did I do to Break her up?


Just 2 little things...


I will tell you about it, but first you must know this


*WARNING!!!!!!*


_If you have no patience with people, you have no business taking inquiry_


_If you cannot smile and answer your Parents questions You have no basinet taking inquiry_



_If you cannot answer "the seemingly stupid questions of your parents then you have no business ta king Inquiry"_


*STOP READING AT THIS POINT*


If you cannot handle your emotions when attending to parents


You know why?


My advice will be of no use to you if you don't have these qualities'



Are you still reading?


Hmmm



This means you are ready for what am about to say?


okay



*So how do you get into a parent or how do you break through a parent's resistance even when they do not want to Communicate with you?*



you need to understand rules of communication to do this.



and what are they



(1) *Learn to AGREE with objections*


learning to agree with objections simply means. You sympathise with the way the parents feel on an issue



it does not really mean you agree on that issue



what do I mean by this?



If a parent says, your School fee is too expensive



do not get defensive, simply agree.



Funny right.... 

😁😁😁😁😁


Here me out first


A practical example will be


I Agree with you that our school fee is quite expensive (Here is the agreement)



and I also know that there is no amount that is too Much When it comes to taking or care of your lovely children



Do you agree with me?



With this simple technique you have turned the focus of the conversation around.



I have a deeper training on this designed for the Inner Circle members



Yes, that reminds me. Inner circle open up from next week



Details will be made available by monday.



okay, the next rule of communication is


(2) *ASK Questions*


dear life builder,


Let me ask you some questions


Do you want to always direct the outcome of your Conversations?



Do you want to always uncover the reasons behind a parents decision?



Do you want to find out why a decision is been made?



Do you want to know the secret to doing all of these?



Pretty simple



ASK QUESTIONS


That is the way to Uncover the needs of people.




*Don't Assume anything, ask everything*


at Inquiry ask questions that will help you uncover a parent's needs



Do you want me to give you examples of the questions?



okay.



1. why are you changing your Child's School.


2. why did you say the fee is expensive


3. If you could afford the fee, will you register


4. I showed you the Uniforms and your countenance changed, why? is there Something you don't like



I warned you!!!



l said if you are not patient enough you should not read any further.



okay.



You read it all the way down here yourself O


Should I continue?


okay , I heard you say yes.



Simply put.



learn to ask questions


They will help you Uncover parent's need



I know you have questions,


ask



l will try my best to answer.




Next week we will get into attribute 4


This Attribute series is getting pretty interesting


Hmm🤔🤔🤔


Have a great weekend.


Till Monday


Stand Out


Teacher I.T

Attributes that work

*#62attributes*
*Attribute3*


*Great schools take their time to understand a parents need*



Dear life builder,


By knowing this Information, you will be armed with the skill to get into profitable Conversations with your parents.



Let us face it, dealing with parents can be pretty difficult.


what do I mean?



I once took an Inquiry of a parent, and through out the conversation she just kept frowning.



I kept wondering what the problem was.



So I tried to break her up so we could have a profitable Conversation


She opened up, and ended up smiling, and we had a good conversation


*She even told me how she hated the school uniform colour*


Thank God for that info



I handled it right there.


what exactly did I do to Break her up?


Just 2 little things...


I will tell you about it, but first you must know this


*WARNING!!!!!!*


_If you have no patience with people, you have no business taking inquiry_


_If you cannot smile and answer your Parents questions You have no basinet taking inquiry_



_If you cannot answer  "the seemingly stupid questions of your parents then you have no business ta king Inquiry"_


*STOP READING AT THIS POINT*


If you cannot handle your emotions when attending to parents


You know why?


My advice will be of no use to you if you don't have these qualities'



Are you still reading?


Hmmm



This means you are ready for what am about to say?


okay



*So how do you get into a parent or how do you break through a parent's resistance even when they do not want to Communicate with you?*



you need to understand rules of communication to do this.



and what are they



(1) *Learn to AGREE with objections*


learning to agree with objections simply means. You sympathise with the way the parents feel on an issue



it does not really mean you agree on that issue



what do I mean by this?



If a parent says, your School fee is too expensive



do not get defensive, simply agree.



Funny right.... 

😁😁😁😁😁


Here me out first


A practical example will be


I Agree with you that our school fee is quite expensive (Here is the agreement)



and I also know that there is no amount that is too Much When it comes to taking or care of your lovely children



Do you agree with me?



With this simple technique you have turned the focus of the conversation around.



I have a deeper training on this designed for the Inner Circle members



Yes, that reminds me. Inner circle open up from next week



Details will be made available by monday.



okay, the next rule of communication is


(2) *ASK Questions*


dear life builder,


Let me ask you some questions


Do you want to always direct the outcome of your Conversations?



Do you want to always uncover the reasons behind a parents decision?



Do you want to find out why a decision is been made?



Do you want to know the secret to doing all of these?



Pretty simple



ASK QUESTIONS


That is the way to Uncover the needs of people.




*Don't Assume anything, ask everything*


at Inquiry ask questions that will help you uncover a parent's needs



Do you want me to give you examples of the questions?



okay.



1. why are you changing your Child's School.


2. why did you say the fee is expensive


3. If you could afford the fee, will you register


4. I showed you the Uniforms and your countenance changed, why? is there Something you don't like



I warned you!!!



l said if you are not patient enough you should not read any further.



okay.



You read it all the way down here yourself O


Should I continue?


okay , I heard you say yes.



Simply put.



learn to ask questions


They will help you Uncover parent's need



I know you have questions,


ask



l will try my best to answer.




Next week we will get into attribute 4


This Attribute series is getting pretty interesting


Hmm🤔🤔🤔


Have a great weekend.


Till Monday


Stand Out


Teacher I.T

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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 

TRCN Anthem

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. 

Simplify Yoruba L1

This is the latest series of simplifies Yoruba L1 for Basic Education Certificate Examination. (jss)

The success of of these series over the years has been due to the fact that the subject is made completely 

Recommended text book for basic science jss 1

Classic
Basic Science 
For Junior Secondary Schools 

Both the textbook and the work book 



The Authors of the books Are 

B. B Babatunde 
B. O KÚKÚ 
J. A Ohiro 
A. M. Mahmud 

Recommended text book for agriculture science jss 1

[mediator_tech]

WABP JUNIOR SECONDARY AGRICULTURE FOR NIGERIAN SCHOOL  

BOOK 1

 

 

The authors of this books are

  • Anthony Youdeowei 
  • J. Ń Ogbazi
  • S.  O ADESANYA
  • TERRY OLOWU 

Recommended CRS textbook for JSS 1,2,and 3

Living As God's Children.

Christian Religious Education and Moral Instructions for upper schools in Nigeria.

With Evaluation Workbook (school Based Assessment Tests) 

The authors are : 

TNO. Quarcoopome

LET Shyllon 

AJV Obinna 


Conditions Which Must be Met by Foreigners Before They Can Become Nigerian Citizens

Subject : Civic Education

Class : Basic Six 

Topic : Conditions which foreigners must comply with before becoming Nigerian Citizens.

Ref Book : Civic Education For Nigeria Primary School. Book six.

Behavioural Objectives : At the end of the lesson pupils should be able to 

  • Define who a foreigner is 
  • Where these people that are now called foreigners originally lived 
  • Give reasons why we have foreigners living among us 
  • Say those conditions that must be met by foreigners before they can become Nigerian citizens. 

Content : A foreigner is a person that comes from another country to live with us in our own country. For example, people tho have come from Canada🇨🇦, England, The United States, Germany, Ghana are all foreigners if they have all decided to settle down in Nigeria..

Why Are Foreigners Living Among Us :

  1. For economic reasons because they are looking for better job oopoetunites. 
  2. For evangelism because some of them came to spread the gospel as missionary and they decided to be living with us 
  3. They came to share thier technical expertise and knowledge with us as we can see some of them helping us to build roads and bridges. 
  4. Some other people can to Nigeria for tourism. They are fun loving people that love to visit places and people for fun 
  5. Some other foreigners came to live in Nigeria because they are on mission such as international police or interpol. 
  6. Some are foreigners in our country because they are representing the interest of thier own countries in another person's country. They are ambassadors of thier countries in another countries. 

Conditions That Must Be Met By Foreigners Before They Can Become Nigerian Citizens 

  1. HHe or she must be law abiding 
  2. He or she must be of good character 
  3. He or she must not be a criminal 
  4. He or she must be an adult with a decent means of livelihood 
  5. He or she must have been living in Nigeria for more than fifteen years without any criminal record 
  6. He or she must accept and show respect for Nigerian culture. 

Presentation : The topic is presented step by step  

Step 1️⃣: The teacher révisés the previous topics

Step2️⃣ : He or she introduces the new topic 

Step 3️⃣ : He or she allow the pupils to give their own contributions and he or she corrects them when the need arises.

Evaluation : Write out any four National honours that are given out to eligible and distinguished members of Nigerian citizens. 

Conclusion : The teacher gives a brief note and he or she goes round to mark. He or she does the necessary correction.

Simple Present Tense










Simple Present tense is used to express action that has just been done before another action is done 
ACTIONS STARTED IN THE PAST AND CONTINUING IN THE PRESENT
  • They haven't lived here for years.
  • She has worked in the bank for five years.
  • We have had the same car for ten years.
  • Have you played the piano since you were a child?
WHEN THE TIME PERIOD REFERRED TO HAS NOT FINISHED
  • I have worked hard this week.
  • It has rained a lot this year.
  • We haven't seen her today.
ACTIONS REPEATED IN AN UNSPECIFIED PERIOD BETWEEN THE PAST AND NOW.
  • They have seen that film six times
  • It has happened several times already.
  • She has visited them frequently.
  • We have eaten at that restaurant many times.
ACTIONS COMPLETED IN THE VERY RECENT PAST (+JUST)
  • Have you just finished work?
  • have just eaten.
  • We have just seen her.
  • Has he just left?
WHEN THE PRECISE TIME OF THE ACTION IS NOT IMPORTANT OR NOT KNOWN
  • Someone has eaten my soup!
  • Have you seen 'Gone with the Wind'?
  • She's studied Japanese, Russian, and English.

Safety Tips For Teachers and Pupils as Pupils Go Back To School This Election Year

Resumption Tips*
As we prepare for 2018/2019 academic session, remember that unscrupulous people are also preparing to cause havoc in the name of election.They need blood for renewal and survival and its up to us to protect our children into the little way we can despite the fact that all protection comes from GOD.Please let's consider these few tips

👏 Don't write your child's name where it can be easily seen.Remember that anyone who calls your child by name is no longer a stranger

👏Dont drop your child at the gate and zoom off.Make sure the child enters the school premises

👏 Always call the teacher or the sch authority later to check if your ward is in class

👏 inform the school authority if you will be coming late

👏 Make adequate alternative if you won't be opportuned to go to their school after closing.

👏 Don't put your total trust in Okada(bikes) drivers and keke napep rider'

👏 If you have children below ten please ensure that there is an older adult to pick them

👏 Due to the rains, bush part will be very bushy,let them avoid it

👏 Teach your child/children never to walk alone.



👏Teach them not to accept ride in the scorching sun

👏 Teach them to stay in school when there is heavy rain. They are not to walk on gutters during the rain, its base might be faulty

👏 please let us endeavour to give our children food to school no matter what, they easily get carried away during break begging their friends

👏 Make sure they carry bottle(s) of water so as not to beg for one in school.It can be disastrous

👏 Finally, teach them to trust in God and pray at all times.

🙏🙏🙏🙏
I pray that the good Lord guide and protect our children. All attempt of the evil ones will be brought to shame.

We will all reap the fruits of our labor. Copied

First Term Examination basic 2. 2018/2019 Academic Year

ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL (NURSERY & PRIMARY) 15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019 CLASS: PRIMARY 2 SUBJECT: CREATIVE ART NAME:………………………………………………………………………………... _________________ can be defined as any object that has a flat outline made from lines (a) sharp (b) shape (c) design Triangle, oval, cone, square, circle, rectangle are examples of shapes true (b) false (c) maybe _______________ is the course of a story comparing a series of incidents which are gradually unfolded (a) plot (b) story (c) script The people involved in the action of a story are called ________ theme (b) plot (c) characters A subject of a talk or an artistic piece is ________ (a) design (b) theme (c) menu ________ is when an actor/actress acts a play on a stage dramatization (b) melody (c) setting ________ is a special party done by people to celebrate culture and religions of a community (a) traditional festival (b) traditional principle (c) dramatic tradition There are ________ kinds of traditional festivals (a) 4 (b) 3 (c) 2 Is it good to participate in traditional festivals (a) yes (b) no (c) I don’t know ________ can be defined as hand made goods or things (a) craft (b) fabric (c) crayon Section B: Colour the object with green and name it ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL (NURSERY & PRIMARY) 15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019 CLASS: PRIMARY 2 SUBJECT: QUANTITATIVE REASONING NAME:………………………………………………………………………………... Write out the smallest numbers in the group 1.) 522 800 600 400 = _________________ 2.) 215 415 725 614 = _________________ 3.) 700 500 300 400 = _________________ 4.) 658 126 902 816 = _________________ 5.) 387 644 277 538 = _________________ Place Value Example: - 5 3 T U 6.) 3 5 T U (7.) 4 2 T U (8.) 4 9 T U Subtraction: Examples: 9.) (10.) (11.) Examples: 12.) (13.) 14.) (15.) Examples: 16.) (17.) (18.) (19.) (20.) Order of Numbers Re-arrange in order, starting from the smallest 21.) 120, 118, 116, 119, 117 ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ 22.) 368, 364, 367, 366, 365 ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ 23.) 226, 222, 224, 223, 225 ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ 24.) 503, 504, 501, 505, 502 ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ 25.) 724, 721, 723, 722, 725 ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ Example: 26.) (27.) (28.) 29.) (30.) ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL (NURSERY & PRIMARY) 15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019 CLASS: PRIMARY 2 SUBJECT: MATHEMATICS NAME:………………………………………………………………………………... Write in words 302 (a) three hundred and two (b) two hundred and four (c) three hundred and twenty Write in figure six hundreds and twenty-five (a) 265 (b) 652 (c) 625 Find ½ of 20 = (a) 15 (b) 10 (c) 5 Find ¼ of 36 = (a) 10 (b) 5 (c) 9 ¾ of 28 = (a) 21 (b) 24 (c) 20 Write in figure: Three hundred and fifty nine (a) 349 (b) 359 (c) 936 Write in words 450 (a) four hundred and forty-five (b) four fifty (c) four hundred and fifty Shade and write the fraction of one-quarters (1/4) of the above diagram Write the place value of the circled numbers 3 2 0 (a) hundreds (b) tens (c) units 1 8 4 (a) tens (b) units (c) hundred 4 + 9 + 8 = (a) 31 (b) 12 (c) 21 11 + 19 + 6 = (a) 45 (b) 36 (c) 51 3 7 + 1 2 (a) 49 (b) 69 (c) 94 2 4 3 + 8 5 1 (a) 1094 (b) 994 (c) 894 2 6 2 + 3 0 2 (a) 464 (b) 564 (c) 465 4 7 – 2 9 (a) 18 (b) 81 (c) 21 3 x 11 = (a) 63 (b) 33 (c) 27 5 9 – 4 3 (a) 16 (b) 61 (c) 32 3 x 7 = (a) 24 (b) 31 (c) 21 1 2 x 4 (a) 58 (b) 48 (c) 68 Section B Add fifteen pencils, twelve pencils and eleven pencils altogether. b.) Find the sum of three hundred and fifty mangoes and one hundred and twenty mangoes. James spent N38 out of N80 that he had. How much does he have left? b.) In a basket there are 74 apples, 12 of the apples were eaten yesterday. How many apples do we have left in the basket today? From 73 take-away 36 b.) A goat has 4 legs, 5 goats will have _________________ A duck has 2 legs, 8 ducks will have ____________ b.) 1 pack of lipton cost N10. 3 packs of lipton will cost? ½ of 32 = b.) ¼ of 24 = ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL (NURSERY & PRIMARY) 15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019 CLASS: PRIMARY 2 SUBJECT: VERBAL REASONING NAME:………………………………………………………………………………... Instruction: Answer all questions Count and write the number of vowels in these words Examples: groundnut = o, u, u = 3 box = o = 1 Microphone = Lawyer = Accommodate = Headache = Trader = Write out three words that has a vowel as a beginning letter Example: egg ____________________ ____________________ ____________________ Complete these words using any of these consonants in the box below g, s, y, d ____hop Building____ Bod____ ____en Choose the correct article for these words Example: boy egg Elephant ________ (15.) Daughter ________ Archard _________ (16.) garage _________ Count, underline and write the number of consonants in these words Example: S H R I N E = 4 17.) SPRAY = ____________ 18.) PRESERVATION = ____________ 19.) FRIDGE = ____________ 20.) PATIENTS = ____________ Pairing the alphabet Example: GHI JKL MNO PQR BCD EFG ______________ _______________ DEF GHI ______________ _______________ LMN OPQ ______________ _______________ IJK LMN ______________ _______________ HIJ KLM ______________ _______________ Underline the word(s) that ended with a consonant Example: goat tree two garden Brave bride greet stress Would Nigeria die many Invite young police tent Body some which name Climbed crayon skate twine ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL (NURSERY & PRIMARY) 15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019 CLASS: PRIMARY 2 SUBJECT: CIVIC EDUCATION NAME:………………………………………………………………………………... Civic education is important for national _____________ (a) destruction (b) development (c) discussion ____________ and _____________ are the ‘dos’ and don’ts’ that guide the behavior of pupils (a) rules and regulation (b) ruler and regular (c) book and biro All the followings are rules and regulations of the school except _________ punctuality (b) regularity (c) lateness One of the following is a way of obeying school rules and regulations (a) pupils must come late to school (b) pupils must attend classes always (c) pupils must not dress well at all times A pupils who disobey the school rule and regulations gets _______ (a) punishment (b) reward (c) books Civic education teaches us about our country, rights and responsibility True (b) False (c) Maybe A group of people living together (a) hostel (b) hospital (c) community Punctuality means ____________ (a) doing your home-work (b) coming to school early (c) coming to school late There are ___________ types of community (a) four (b) three (c) two A ________________ is a pupil chosen to help the teacher to perform certain duties in the class (a) class monitor (b) television (c) computer A class monitor must be ____________ (a) hard working (b) lazy (c) foolish Which of these is not a rule of a community (a) obedience (b) orderliness (c) disrespect Obeying school rules and regulations helps us to be successful (a) yes (b) No (c) I don’t know There are _____________ states in Nigeria (a) 56 (b) 46 (c) 36 How many local government do we have in Lagos State (a) 20 (b) 40 (c) 30 One of the ways of rewarding a class monitor are __________ except (a) he is being presented with prizes (b) he receives award (c) he receives punishment Neatness means appearing in a _______ and _______ uniform (a) rough and dirty (b) tidy and clean (c) dirty and worn out A good class monitor must obey school rules and regulations (a) yes (b) no Our rights are the things we are expected to do for our country (a) yes (b) no (c) maybe Civic education brings about peace and order in the society (a) yes (b) no (c) maybe Section B Mention four qualities of a class monitor (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ (c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________ List three ways of obeying school rules and regulations (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ (c) ______________________________ b.) List the two types of community (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ List four importance of civic education (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ (c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________ State four rules and regulations of your school (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ (c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________ List three reasons why we choose class monitor (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ (c) ______________________________ List four duties of class monitor (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ (c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________ ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL (NURSERY & PRIMARY) 15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019 CLASS: PRIMARY 2 SUBJECT: SOCIAL STUDIES NAME:………………………………………………………………………………... __________ are groups of people which share the same culture (a) ethnic groups (b) common groups (c) party groups There are over ________________ ethnic groups in Nigeria (a) 200 (b) 300 (c) 400 There are majorly _____________ ethnic groups in Nigeria (a) 3 (b) 4 (c) 5 Who is Olodumare? (a) the ruler (b) the kingdom (c) the creator Who did Olodumare sent down the chain(a) Oromiyan (b) Oduduwa (c) Eesu Oduduwa was sent with _______, _______ and ______ (a) groundnut, cockroaches and water (b) walnut, hen and water (c) a cock, some sand and a palm kernel The palm kernel grew into a big tree with ___________ branches (a) 14 (b) 17 (c) 16 Bayajidda was a prince in a place called ______ (a) Bawo (b) Baghdad (c) Katsina The grant snake preventing people from fetching water from the only well in the city is called ________ (a) sarki (b) smoke (c) serki _____________ is a city in Katsina State (a) Gobir (b) Rawo (c) Daura Byajidda and Queen of Daura had a son whom they named _______ (a) Bawo (b) Rano (c) Biram The Igbos came all the way from _______ (a) Arab (b) Israel (c) London The Igbos settled in south-east called the ______ (a) middle south (b) middle north (c) middle east The Yoruba woman wears _______, _____ and ______ (a) iro, buba and gele (b) buba, sokoto and fila (c) buba, George and scarf Amala ewedu are cultural food for the Yorubas (a) yes (b) no (c) maybe Akpu and Onubu are cultural food for the Igbos (a) no (b) maybe (c) yes Tuwo shikafa and miyan kubewa are cultural food for the _______ (a) Igbos (b) Hausas (c) Yorubas It is good to show respect for elders (a) yes (b) no (c) maybe The official language in Nigeria is _____ (a) Spanish (b) French (c) English There are more than _____ languages spoken in Nigeria (a) 500 (b) 600 (c) 200 Section B Who is the father of the Yoruba __________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Where did he come from? _______________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Who is the father of the Hausa? __________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ b.) Where did he come from? _______________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________ Mention five Yoruba states? (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ (c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________ (e) ______________________________ Mention the three types of religions and their places of worship (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ (c) ______________________________ What is religion _______________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL (NURSERY & PRIMARY) 15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019 CLASS: PRIMARY 2 SUBJECT: BIBLE KNOWLEDGE NAME:………………………………………………………………………………... Section A: Answer all questions Prayer means __________ (a) talking to God (b) crying to God (c) shouting to God Why do we pray? (a) to receive answers from God (b) to destroy (c) to disobey Who is a man of prayer? (a) David (b) Jesus (c) Devil When we confess our sin, we are asking God to ___ us (a) forgive (b) provide (c) beat Jesus raised Lazarus from dead after _______ days (a) 10days (b) 4 days (c) 2 days It is good to be tired of prayer (a) true (b) false Hannah gave birth to a child named _____ (a) Matthew (b) Joshua (c) Samuel __________ is the friend of Jesus Christ (a) Lazarus (b) Peter (c) Solomon We pray for all these except (a) protection (b) guidance (c) disobedience Prayer makes us close to God (a) yes (b) no God set Paul and Silas free from __________ (a) home (b) church (c) prison When do we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ (a) December 25th (b) January 25th (c) June 25th ________ is the name of the angel God sent to Mary that she would be pregnant (a) Angel Samson (b) Angel Gabriel (c) Angel John Jesus means __________________ (a) savior (b) father (c) pastor Jesus Christ was born in _____________ (a) Egypt (b) Bethlehem (c) Galilee Who came to visit Jesus Christ when he was born (a) three fat men (b) three wise men (c) three foolish men _________ is one of the disciples of Jesus Christ (a) David (b) Matthew (c) Gabriel Jesus had ________ disciples (a) 10 (b) 12 (c) 15 God made us in His own image (a) true (b) false Emmanuel means __________________ (a) God with us (b) Judas with us (c) Goliath with us Section B Write three things we can pray for (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ (c) ______________________________ List two types of prayer (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ Mention three disciples of Jesus Christ (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ (c) ______________________________ List two things God created (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ Jesus was born in a _________________________________________ ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL (NURSERY & PRIMARY) 15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019 CLASS: PRIMARY 2 SUBJECT: ENGLISH LANGUAGE NAME:………………………………………………………………………………... Comprehension Tope wanted to travel by bus to Jos. At the park, he found two buses taking on passengers at the same time. Both buses were going to Jos. He didn’t know which bus to take. He went to one of the driver and asked whether the bus would stop at Lokoja. There was a restaurant in Lokoja where delicious dishes were prepared and he wanted to stop there during his journey to eat. He also wanted to buy some potatoes for his mother. The driver promised to stop briefly at Lokoja. Tope joined other people sitting on the benches waiting to go by bus. He gave the driver his bags and paid his fare. At Lokoja, the first thing Tope did was buy some potatoes for his mother, and then he ran down to the canteen to eat his favourite dish. Answer the questions Where was Tope traveling to? (a) Abuja (b) Lagos (c) Jos How many buses were about to go at the same time (a) four (b) two (c) three Where were they traveling to? (a) Lokoja (b) Jos (c) Sokoto Why did Tope want to stop at Lokoja? (a) He wants to eat (b) He wants to sleep (c) He wants to work What did Tope do in Lokoja? (a) He bought some banana for his mother (b) He bought some yam for his mother (c) He bought some potatoes for his mother. English Grammar Section B: Fill in the blanks with the correct personal pronouns Lara has gone home. _________________________ went home by bus. Adamu and Yusuf are brothers. _______________________ stay near my house. I saw a cat in the drain. __________________________ was wet and dirty Ola is my friend. ___________________________ likes to play basketball. Both the sisters look alike but ___________________________ are not twins A _______________________ is a baby chicken A ____________________ is a baby cat A ______________________ is a baby dog A ________________________ is a baby goat A _____________________ is a baby frog Literature (Diamond Forever) Awele woke up feeling _________________ early that morning (a) happy (b) sleepy (c) sore Why did Awele breathe deeply (a) She was afraid (b) she got an idea (c) hear friend had gone When did Awele’s friend come to her house? (a) after lunch (b) at breakfast (c) after breakfast Awele was _______________ having her friend around (a) happy (b) bored (c) sad The old man ____________________ Awele to keep her voice low forced (b) advised (c) bribed Composition: Myself My name is ________________________________________________________ I am _____________ years old I am in primary ___________________________ The name of my school is _____________________________________________ I am ________________________ in complexion My parents are Mr. and Mrs. ________________________________________________ My best food is ______________________________________________________ The name of my best friend is __________________________________________ I would like to be a ____________________________ in future ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL (NURSERY & PRIMARY) 15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019 CLASS: PRIMARY 2 SUBJECT: AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE NAME:………………………………………………………………………………... Basic farm tools are used by __________ (a) mechanic (b) farmer (c) electrician How many types of basic farm tools do we have? (a) 3 (b) 4 (c) 2 Simple farm tools are used to cultivate _____ are (a) small (b) large (c) wide Modern tools are very _______ (a) cheap (b) pretty (c) expensive ___________ is used for planting seeds (a) Harrow (b) Planter (c) Plough ___________ is used to break large stones (a) harrow (b) plough (c) axe Can we use cutlass to carry load? (a) Yes (b) No (c) Maybe ________ is used to wet flower (a) watering can (b) hoe (c) cup Modern tools are also called _______ (a) shovel (b) rake (c) farm machinery ___________ is used for digging hole on the farm (a) cutting tool (b) washing tool (c) digging tool Cutting tool can also be used to dig on the farm (a) true (b) false _____________ is used for carrying farm produce (a) wheel barrow (b) spade (c) watering can Tools should be washed after use (a) true (b) false A farm tool used for turning soil is called ______ (a) wheel barrow (b) plough (c) digger Do we need to sharpen the cutting edge of tool (a) yes (b) no We smear ____________ to avoid rusting (a) water (b) oil (c) kerosene Farmers plant crops and rear _______ (a) insects (b) trees (c) animals Farmers takes care of wild animals (a) true (b) false Which crop is a cash crop (a) rubber (b) cassava (c) watermelon Digging tools can also be used to cut wood (a) yes (b) no Section B Mention any three simple farm tools (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ (c) ______________________________ Mention two cash crops (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ Name two animals farmers rears (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ List two objects that can be cut with a cutlass (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ What colour is a loamy soil ____________________________________________ ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL (NURSERY & PRIMARY) 15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019 CLASS: PRIMARY 2 SUBJECT: HOME ECONOMICS NAME:………………………………………………………………………………... __________ is a physical activity that we do always to keep our body in good health (a) drinking (b) exercise (c) fighting Is dancing an exercise (a) yes (b) no Exercise helps the body to keep fit and ________ (a) lazy (b) weak (c) strong ______ is a state of relaxation (a) rest (b) lazy (c) eat It is good to fold our legs when sleeping (a) true (b) false Body building food is also known as _______ (a) carbohydrate (b) water (c) protein Yam, cassava and rice gives us ________ (a) vitamin (b) mineral (c) carbohydrate Is fruit a food (a) yes (b) no Which food gives us energy (a) mineral (b) vitamin (c) carbohydrate We can sleep on the following object except ________ (a) mat (b) stone (c) mattress _________ is the natural state of rest in which the eyes are shut / closed Balanced diet is also known as an ______________ (a) poor diet (b) worst diet (c) adequate diet It is always good to use mosquito net when sleeping (a) yes (b) no We eat ________ to grow strong and healthy (a) food (b) sweet (c) biscuit A place where we live is called ________ (a) street (b) home (c) church When do we eat dinner (a) afternoon (b) morning (c) night We placed our head on the _______ when sleeping (a) chair (b) bench (c) pillow Balanced diet make us grow _______ (a) dirty (b) well (c) hungry It is good to rest and sleep (a) true (b) false __________ is a place where visitors are received or entertained (a) kitchen (b) sitting room (c) bathroom Section B: List three types of exercise you know (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ (c) ______________________________ Mention two objects we sleep on (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ Name three types of food that you know (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ (c) ______________________________ What is a home ________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ List two food that contains proteins (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL (NURSERY & PRIMARY) 15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019 CLASS: PRIMARY 2 SUBJECT: VOCATIONAL APTITUDE NAME:………………………………………………………………………………... Another name for vocational education is ____________ social education (b) civic education (c) technical education Which one is not a profession in medical vocation (a) farmer (b) doctor (c) nurse Which of these flies an aircraft? (a) lawyer (b) driver (c) pilot A place of work is the same as workplace (a) True (b) False (c) Maybe ___________ works in a pharmacy (a) pharmacist (b) chemist (c) farmer We work to earn a living (a) true (b) false The following work in a studio except__ (a) lawyer (b) photographer (c) broadcaster Teaching is the vocation of teacher (a) true (b) false The head of a primary school is called ______ (a) headmistress/headmaster (b) class captain (c) lawyer The following are tools used by a teacher except ___ (a) key (b) chalk (c) blackboard Teacher helps in child upbringing (a) True (b) False Banker keeps the following except ______ (a) money (b) gold (c) yam ___________ is a game or competition where people use energy farming (b) reading (c) sport An athlete works in _____________ (a) stadium (b) road (c) school A swimmer wears _________ (a) racquet (b) racket (c) swimming trunk The following are examples of sports except ____ (a) running (b) swimming (c) judo The person that catches fish is _______ (a) hunter (b) fisherman (c) farmer Fishing is an occupation (a) true (b) false ___ is a vocation for catching fish for a living (a) swimming (b) fishing (c) wrestling Pond is a place where fish can be done (a) true (b) false Section B Name two workplace of place of work that you know (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ List three tools used by teacher (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ (c) ______________________________ Give two examples of tool used in the bank (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ Identify this object _______________________________ Mention two equipment used in sports (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ ISLAND BUILDERS BAPTIST SCHOOL (NURSERY & PRIMARY) 15, TAPA STREET, OFF FREEMAN, LAGOS FIRST TERM EXAMINATION 2018/2019 CLASS: PRIMARY 2 SUBJECT: BASIC SCIENCE NAME:………………………………………………………………………………... Human body has ____________ sense organs (a) 8 (b) 9 (c) 5 The tongue is used for ____________ (a) feeling (b) seeing (c) tasting The sense organs makes us sensitive to our environment True (b) False (c) maybe The colour of leaves are __________ (a) blue (b) yellow (c) green Harmful substances are good for consumption (a) True (b) False (c) Maybe Match each harmful substance with its class Rotten egg medicine Expired tinned milk gas/air Contaminated syrup food Tear gas drinks The __________ holds and supports plant to the ground (a) ground (b) root (c) leaves ________________ carries the leaves and exposes them to sunlight (a) root (b) rain (c) stem Animals that are dangerous to us are called ________ (a) wild animals (b) domestic animals (c) gentle animals We can see ________ animals around us (a) gentle (b) jealous (c) domestic A sheep _______________ (a) sings (b) roars (c) bleats A dog _______________ (a) barks (b) crawl (c) sings Horses are kept in a _________________ (a) cage (b) house (c) stable The legs and arms are called _________ (a) limb (b) ankle (c) neck Without the knees, we would not be able to bend our legs (a) yes (b) no (c) maybe _________________ is the top covering of the earth (a) soil (b) sand (c) stone There are ______________ types of soil (a) 4 (b) 2 (c) 3 Section B What are harmful substances? ____________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Mention three harmful substances (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ (c) ______________________________ Mention the five sense organs (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ (c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________ (e) ______________________________ List four effects of harmful substances (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ (c) ______________________________ (d) ________________________________ List three classification of animals (a) ______________________________ (b) ________________________________ (c) ______________________________

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