Mr. Oyedepo D.O

Social Studies

ADAPTABILITY

Adaptability can be defined as the ability to adjust oneself to different conditions in the environment. An individual can respond to changes in their environment. Example of adaptability is a student from citadel secondary school oke-Ibadan, oyo state resuming for the second term in Elias Secondary School, ile-epo, Lagos state.  For her to be successful […]

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Social Studies

Uniqueness of Nigeria Culture

Culture can be defined as the total way of life of a particular group of people in a society. TYPES OF CULTURE Material Culture Non-material culture Material Culture: – These are tangible materials we can see physically produced by a society to meet people’s needs.  Such include cloth, cooking utensils, houses, food, artworks and crafts,

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Abstinence II

Skills and behaviours that enhance abstinence. Decision making: – A heart just like Joseph that says “For me to do this and sin against God, God forbid” should be the watchword of all youths and teenagers before marriage. Self-Control: – Self-discipline by allowing the spirit of God needs to be possessed by all youth. Knowledge

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Abstinence I

Abstinence is a deliberate decision not to engage in any form of sexual intercourse. Abstinence is the act of abstaining from all forms of sexual practices such as kissing, caressing, pecking, masturbation, writing love letters, unnecessary touching and feeling etc. It helps in preventing HIV/AIDS, Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) and unwanted pregnancy. REASON FOR ABSTINENCE

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Health Issues | Examples, Preventions, & Harmful Substances

Harmful substances, also known as toxic substances or hazardous materials, are chemicals or materials that can cause harm to living organisms, the environment, or property. These substances can have detrimental effects on human health, wildlife, ecosystems, and even the planet as a whole. Here are some examples of harmful substances: Harmful Substances refer to contaminated

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Marriage: Conditions, Importance, Challenges, Problems & Solutions

The followings are some of the conditions for marriage Physical Maturity Psychological Maturity Sociological Stability Financial Readiness Importance of Marriage in the Society Reduces immoral practices in the Society: – Marriage reduces in discriminable sexual relationship. It provides the couples the opportunity to satisfy themselves sexually. It determines family members: – Through marriage family is

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CULTURE AND SOCIAL VALUES

Meaning of religion Religion is an organized collection of belief systems where humanity relates to divinity or spirituality. It is also an outward expression of belief in God or a deity.  It can also be defined as the belief in the existence of God and His supremacy Types of religion There are basically three types

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VALUES

The word “values” has so many meaning, depending on the context it is used. In ordinary usage, values has to do with the monetary and non-monetary worth of a thing. Valuable items are always kept  meticulously or jealously  jewelry, expensive cars, certificates etc. Values can be defined as the moral principles and standards, which guide

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Social Studies

ECONOMIC INSTITUTIONS

Meaning of Economic Institution: An economic institutions is an agency which engages in the process of production, distribution and consumption of goods and services in the society. Economic institutions include, the Nigerian Stock Exchange, the Central Bank, Insurance companies etc. TYPES OF ECONOMIC INSTITUTIONS Banking Institutions: Banking institutions are economic institutions that render money and

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ECONOMIC REFORM MEASURES II

MANUFACTURING It may be described as the transformation of raw materials such as agricultural, mineral, water and forest resources into arbcles or commodities for trade or human consumption. Manufacturing is imply the polices of turning raw materials into new products by using mechanical chemical processes. Classification of Manufacturing Industries: Manufacturing industries in Nigeria can be

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ECONOMIC REFORM MEASURES I

Coal under domestic use can generate energy in the form of heat and light which are used for cooking. Greater quantity of coal can be used to generate more heat energy to convert water into steam power in order to produce electricity e.g. the Orji river power station uses. Coal for the generation of its electrical energy.

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