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Listening is not the same as Hearing

*Listening Process* 
Howbeit, it's listening process that could even precipitates knowledge proficiency level of learning. Whereas, learning is better off at understanding proficiency level.

Listening process occurs when pinnae collect sound signals into the auditory passage. The wave travels to the ear drum. 

Then the ear drum excites the three ear bones namely hammer, anvil and stirrup. The excitement of these bones resonates through the auditory nerves to the brain. 

Then the brain interprets the impulse. This is called knowledge. 

If the brain interprets then retains, then learning has taken place. 

If the brain interprets, retains and can identify the impulse if it comes in a modified or adapted mode. 

 *This is called understanding.*

What to avoid when educating your child

What to avoid when educating your child:

1-avoid giving your child everything he asks. He'll grow up thinking he has the right to get everything he wants.

2-avoid laughing when your child pronounces insulting words. He'll grow up thinking that disrespect is entertainment.

3-avoid being insensitive to bad behavior that he can display without scolding him for his bad behavior. He will grow up thinking that there are no rules in society.

4-avoid picking up everything your child messes with. He will grow up believing that others must take responsibility for his responsibilities.

5-avoid letting him follow any program on TV. He'll grow up thinking there's no difference between being a child and being an adult.

6-avoid giving your child all the money he asks for. He'll grow up thinking that getting money is easy and won't hesitate to fly to get it.

7-avoid always getting on his side when he's wrong against neighbors, his teachers, the police. He'll grow up thinking that everything he does is correct, the others are wrong.

8-avoid leaving him alone at home when you go to the place of worship, otherwise he will grow up thinking that the Heavenly Creator does not exist.
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Human Physiology



There are three types of intelligence.

1. Intelligent Quotient (IQ): this is what helps one to "know book", solve maths; memorize things and recall subject matters.

2. Emotional Quotient (EQ): this is what makes someone to be able to maintain peace with others; keep to time; be responsible; be honest; respect boundaries; be humble, genuine and considerate

3. Social Quotient (SQ): this is what makes people to be able to build network of friends and maintain it over a long period of time.

People that have higher EQ and SQ tend to go farther in life than those with high IQ but low EQ and SQ. 

Most schools capitalize in improving IQ level while EQ and SQ are played down. 

A man of high IQ can end up being employed by a man of high EQ and SQ even though he has an average IQ. 

Your EQ represents your character; your SQ represents your fame. 

Give in to habits that will improve these three but more especially your EQ and SQ. 

EQ and SQ make one manager better than the others.

Be a change person today...


Sample Educational Websites

  1. www.encarta.com 
  2. www.smithsonian.com
  3. www.kidsknowit.com
  4. www.learningplanet.com
  5. www.playkidsgames.com
  6. www.funbrain.com

What are search engines?

Search engines are programs that allow you to search for information. There are hundreds of search engines on the internet.

 

How to get to the search engine?

The only thing you need to do is to type the address you want in the address bar. 

 

Examples of search engines

Class Activity

With the aid of a search engine, get some information on your class project. 

Uses of Fine Art

1. Art provides craft works. We use these craft works at home


2. It makes public places and our environment beautiful


3. Art is used in the designing of products, logo and badges of industries and companies


4. Art helps us to know the history of people and places


5. Art is our means of income or money making


6. Art unit people


7. Art is used for identification purposes eg road sign, sign post and uniform, traffic light etc


Uses of Fine Art

 1. Art provides craft works. We use these craft works at home


2. It makes public places and our environment beautiful


3. Art is used in the designing of products, logo and badges of industries and companies


4. Art helps us to know the history of people and places


5. Art is our means of income or money making


6. Art unit people


7. Art is used for identification purposes eg road sign, sign post and uniform, traffic light etc

PRS (AGRIC)

Instructions : Answer all the questions

1. Sketch the diagram of channel of agricultural produce

2. Mention any 5 animal diseases

3. Marketing of agricultural produce faces challenges, Mention any 5 of them

4. List five scope of agricultural

Geography Year Two

1. Mention two main ports in Nigeria

2.. Mention two seaports in Nigeria

3. Mention two international airports in Nigeria

They Will Not Get You

They will not get you

They will not get your child

They will not get your children


Quantitative Reasoning Year 4

Week 3. THIRD TERM


Study the samples carefully and answer the questions that follow. 

Common Entrance result is out

Good morning, you can  check your child national common entrance examination result now. https://result.neco.gov.ng. use your child registration number. You don't need pin

What Food To Eat

#copied:

WHAT FOOD TO EAT??
By Dr Kayode Oseni

We will continue to have problems with what to eat or not eat for as long as we rely only on scientists or 'nutritional experts' to tell us what our bodies need.
We all need to remember that each one of us is blessed with a unique blood radiation,and it is each one's blood radiation that determines what exactly the body should be fed with.
It is true that everything in Creation is good for a purpose,but not everything is good for everyone.
For example,groudnut is good,but not for everyone.Raw cocoa is very nourishing but it raises my own blood pressure.Okra is fantastic,but it purges some.Coffee is refreshing but it makes some nervous.Eba and cassava products are good ,but gives some diabetes.
And when the 'experts' started the craze for wheat as the best alternative to eba for those with diabetes in the early 80's everyone applauded them,and wheat became the best 'swallow' on earth.Some were even preparing and taking wheat as pap. My father was diagnosed with prediabetes in the 80's.Experts told him to shift to wheat.And he did.By early 90's his condition became full blown diabetes.And then came myriad of diabetic medications,with their many side effects.Meanwhile, the wheat affair continued.By the mid of  the 90's,my father not only had full blown diabetes,but also had a blood pressure that was over the skies!
By the early 2000's,after he had suffered his third stroke the medical experts now said his problem was old age and that he should be taken home to die!
And he nearly died!!
But a voice within me kept telling me that his time wasn't up yet.I went to take him from his house in Lagos and brought him to my home in Abeokuta.
I stopped him from taking all orthodox medications,and I banned wheat from his diet.When I brought him he could not talk, couldn't eat any solid food, couldn't sit and couldn't walk.He was on urinary bag and wore diapers 24/7.
I started him on only fruits and vegetables as smoothies ,with lots of ginger, garlic and honey,etc.
After 6 weeks,he started talking,got walking about with a walking stick.Both the urinary bag and dispers were thrown away.
He later told me:
"If I have my way I will tell everyone never to eat wheat again!"
My father enjoyed good health for a few good while more before eventually passing on, on his reclining bed,on his balcony, in his house,after lunch on one beautiful Sunday afternoon.
Let each one study himself to understand which foods are best for him/her.Always check to see how a particular food affects your vibration: does it make you feel lighter or heavier,does it disturb your sleep,does it disturb your normal bowel movements ?
These are some of the observations each of us need to be making about our foods.
And when we have identified those foods that are best for us,then we should make them our medicines.

Population Census SS 1 Economics Third Term.

At the end of the lesson.
Pupils should be able to answer the following questions

1. What is population Census

2. Give four characteristics of a good Census population

3. Give for reasons for taking population Census

4. Mention four problems that are associated with population Census

Presentation

: Population Census

Contents:

Definition of Population Census
Characteristics of a Good population Census
Types of Population Census
Importance or Reasons for Population Census
Problems Associated with Population Census
Definition of Population Census

Population Census maybe defined as the head count of all nationals of a country at a particular time. It refers to the counting by government of all the children, boys, girls, men and women including the disabled in a country at a given period of time.

Censuses are usually taken every 10 years. Population Census provides information about age, sex, occupation, residence etc. The census of 1952/53 conducted in Nigeria was given as 31.12million people. Another one in 1962/63 gave our population a count of 55.67million people. In 1973, another account gave a population of 79million people. Nigeria’s population as at 2004 was 120 million people.

Characteristics of a Good Population Census

It must be conducted by the Government of the state or country where the census is taking place.
It must be conducted at the same time (simultaneously) throughout the country.
It must involve regular counting at specific time intervals e.g. Nigeria’s population taken in 1953, 1963, 1973 etc. i.e. at an interval of 10 years.
It must reveal the population of a country at a specific period of time, e.g. Nigeria’s population census as of 1963.
It must involve the physical counting of people rather than by proxy.
Types of Population Census

There are two types of population census. They are:

Defacto Population Census: This is the type of population census which involves the counting of only those who are present physically during census. In this group, only those that are present physically are seen and counted.
De jure Population Census: This is the type of population census which involves the counting of people who have been permanent residents of a specific area. It does not matter whether the person is present or not. This is the population census commonly referred to as counting by proxy.
The Importance or Reasons for Population Census

The importance or reasons for conducting a population census include:

Population Size: Population census helps the Government to know the number of people living in the country and the structure of the population.
Revenue Estimates: It also helps in the determination of taxable adults so as to know the amount of revenue expected from that sector.
Forecasts Future Economic Needs: It enables the country to forecast future her future economic needs e.g. housing, food etc.
Determines the Level of Unemployment: Population Census provides Government with statistics to determine the level of unemployment in the country.
Number of Immigrants: The number of immigrants can be known through the statistics gotten from population census.
Distribution of Resources: It can assist the government in the distribution of resources e.g. areas of high population like Lagos and Kano will get more resources than areas of low population.
Provision of Social Amenities: Population Census gives the Government an idea of the different population in various parts of the country and this will help it in the provision of social amenities like housing, water, electricity, roads, schools, and hospitals e.t.c.
Determination of Population Density: Population Census helps the Government to know areas in the country where population per land area is low.
Reveals Level of Manpower: It helps to reveal the total number of people who are working. When the level of manpower is high, the economic development of the country is assured.
Giving of Aids: It assists the international agencies and Governments in giving aids and other assistance to countries.
Investment Decisions: Population Census can influence a country’s investment decision making process. Many investors like to invest in Nigeria because of its high population
Problems associated with Population Census

Physics SS 1

1. What is an acid.

2. State the difference between strong and weak acid

3. State the difference between diluted and concentrated acid

4. State the difference between organic acid and inorganic acid

Introduction To Geometry. Angles and Parallel lines

Angles and parallel lines

When two lines intersect they form two pairs of opposite angles, A + C and B + D. Another word for opposite angles are vertical angles.
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Vertical angles are always congruent, which means that they are equal.
Adjacent angles are angles that come out of the same vertex. Adjacent angles share a common ray and do not overlap.
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The size of the angle xzy in the picture above is the sum of the angles A and B.
Two angles are said to be complementary when the sum of the two angles is 90°.
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Two angles are said to be supplementary when the sum of the two angles is 180°.
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If we have two parallel lines and have a third line that crosses them as in the ficture below - the crossing line is called a transversal
When a transversal intersects with two parallel lines eight angles are produced.
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The eight angles will together form four pairs of corresponding angles. Angles 1 and 5 constitutes one of the pairs. Corresponding angles are congruent. All angles that have the same position with regards to the parallel lines and the transversal are corresponding pairs e.g. 3 + 7, 4 + 8 and 2 + 6.
Angles that are in the area between the parallel lines like angle 2 and 8 above are called interior angles whereas the angles that are on the outside of the two parallel lines like 1 and 6 are called exterior angles.
Angles that are on the opposite sides of the transversal are called alternate angles e.g. 1 + 8.
All angles that are either exterior angles, interior angles, alternate angles or corresponding angles are all congruent.

Example
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The picture above shows two parallel lines with a transversal. The angle 6 is 65°. Is there any other angle that also measures 65°?
6 and 8 are vertical angles and are thus congruent which means angle 8 is also 65°.
6 and 2 are corresponding angles and are thus congruent which means angle 2 is 65°.
6 and 4 are alternate exterior angles and thus congruent which means angle 4 is 65°.

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Human Physiology

Human Physiology

There are three types of intelligence. 1. Intelligent Quotient (IQ): this is what helps one to "know book", solve maths; memorize ...
Read More
Uses of Fine Art

Uses of Fine Art

 1. Art provides craft works. We use these craft works at home 2. It makes public places and our environment beautiful 3. Art is used...
Read More
PRS (AGRIC)

PRS (AGRIC)

Instructions : Answer all the questions 1. Sketch the diagram of channel of agricultural produce 2. Mention any 5 animal diseases 3. Mark...
Read More
What Food To Eat

What Food To Eat

#copied: WHAT FOOD TO EAT?? By Dr Kayode Oseni We will continue to have problems with what to eat or not eat for as long as we rely only ...
Read More
Physics SS 1

Physics SS 1

1. What is an acid. 2. State the difference between strong and weak acid 3. State the difference between diluted and concentrated acid 4....
Read More