Category: Notes

Conic Sections

  FIRST TERM WEEK 5 SUBJECT: FURTHER MATHEMATICS CLASS: SS 3 TOPIC: Conic Sections CONTENT: Equations of parabola, Eclipse, Hyperbola in rectangular Cartesian coordinates Parametric equations Sub-Topic (i): Equations of parabola, ellipse, hyperbola in rectangular coordinates The path (or locus) of a point which moves so that its distance from a fixed point is in

Matrices and Determinants (2×2, 3×3)

  FIRST TERM SUBJECT: FURTHER MATHEMATICS CLASS: SSS 3 WEEK 1 SUBJECT: Further Mathematics[mediator_tech] CLASS: SS 3 TOPIC: Matrices and Determinants (2×2, 3×3) CONTENT: Matrices as linear transformations Determinants Solutions of 2 and 3 simultaneous equations Subtopic 1: MATRICES Basic definitions A matrix is a rectangular away of numbers arranged in rows and column. A

POLYNOMIALS

SUBJECT: FURTHER MATHEMATICS CLASS: SSS 1   WEEK ONE TOPIC: POLYNOMIALS 1 SUB-TOPICS (a) Definition of polynomials. (b) Basic operations on polynomials. (c) Remainder and factor theorem. (d) Zeros of polynomials. SUB-TOPIC 1 Definition of Polynomials A polynomial is a mathematical expression which is a sum of terms, each term consisting a variable or variables

Creativity term three

  TERM THREE Week 1& 2 Topic: Make paper into snowflakes Lesson: 2 Lessons Week 3 & 4 Topic: Cut paper into puppets Lesson: 2 Lessons Week 5 & 6 Topic:Mould with plasticine Lesson : 2 Lessons Week 7 & 8 Topic: Cut patterns with template of animals from a dough or plasticine Lesson: 2

Personal Development Strategy For Every Educator

STAND OUT AS A TRUE TEACHER Avoid tardiness. Arrive early to work and all staff meetings. Manage your time before, during & after lessons effectively. Use visual aids and practicals effectively; don’t forget that nature offers quite a number of examples for practical teaching; regularly leave your classrooms for mini ‘excursions’ within the school compound.

1st Term Examination YORUBA JSS 2

Edu Delight Tutors Subuode Gbaga Gasline Ogun State 1st Term Examination YORUBA JSS 2 IPIN A Ewo ni ki ise litireso alohun? (a) yala (b) rara (d) okoto tita Ewi awon eleegun ni (a) iyere (b) iwi (d) sango pipe Awon babalawo ni wom n sun (a) iyere (b) iwi (d) rara Bolojo je ewi

Safety on the Road

Subject : PERSONAL, SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT Topic : Safety on the Road Class : KG 1   Term : THIRD TERM COURSE WORK   Week : Week 3   Instructional Materials : Wall Chart Pictures Textbooks     Previous Knowledge : The pupils have been taught APPROACHES IN TEACHING TIME MANAGEMENT FOR KIDS Behavioural

TIME MANAGEMENT SKILLS

Subject : PERSONAL, SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT Topic : TIME MANAGEMENT SKILLS Class : KG 1   Term : THIRD TERM COURSE WORK   Week : Week 1   Instructional Materials : Wall Chart Pictures Textbooks     Previous Knowledge : The pupils have been taught   Behavioural Objectives :  At the end of the

KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING THE WORLD LESSONS

KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING THE WORLD LESSONS Here comes the sun Purpose of the sun The world of frogs How frogs use their body parts Giraffes Basic geography . Mountains  Highest mountain in the world . Rivers . Importance of river . Longest river in the world . Major Rivers in Africa    

Get Assistance With Your Homework

Holiday Period Is Here Again Get Online Tutors This Summer Holiday Get Assistance With Your Homework Click The Link Here To Get Started           We Offer Online Classes   For All Subjects, Levels And Classes   Our Teachers Are Dedicated And Experienced     Click Here To Try It Out. A

3 Foods to Avoid if You Want to Look Young

        3 Foods to Avoid if You Want to Look Youn   Want to keep your complexion smooth and youthful? Take a look at your plate. What you leave off of your plate is sometimes just as important as the food you’re putting on your plate when it comes to nutrients that

AWON IRO TI A FI N SE AARO ARA WON

    First Term SSS 2 Yoruba                 ILANA ISE SAA KIN-IN-NI   ISE: EDE YORUBA                                                                                               KLASSI: SS 2   Ose Kinni: Ede                  Ankoo ati Ijeyopo Faweli ninu Ede Yoruba. Asa                  Eko ile; Imototo, Itoju ara, Ikini, Oro siso. litireso Itupale Asayan Iwe

Why Do Teachers Leave Schools

    WHY DO TEACHERS LEAVE?   Just as we all know that human needs are insatiable, likewise teachers needs and wants are ni exceptions as no single individual can effectively solve human needs, problems or wants.   But there can be provisions to motivate and encourage teachers to put in their best by putting
error: Alert: Content is protected !!