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Oct 16, 2018

Do this in order to be eligible for Airtel's 4.6GB for N200, 23GB for N1000

Do this in order to be eligible for Airtel's 4.6GB for N200, 23GB for N1000

It is no news that Airtel is currently dishing out 100% data bonus to its customers. This offer gives you 4.6GB for N200, 23GB for N1000, but not all customers are eligible for it. If you are among such customers, I have good news for you - you can get this amazing offer by trying the method below.
Do this in order to be eligible for Airtel's 4.6GB for N200, 23GB for N1000

How to be Eligible for Airtel 4.6GB for N200, 23GB for N1000

1. Migrate to Airtel Trybe by dialling *312#, and Select 1.

2. You will receive a confirmation message welcoming you to Airtel Trybe.

3. After receiving this message, send GET to 141 via SMS.


4. You will receive a congratulatory message like the one below. If you don't receive such message, then you are not qualified.
5 Buy Airtel's N200 airtime voucher, and recharge by dialling *143*pin#
6. You will be credited with 4.6GB immediately.
7. To check your data balance, dial *223#

Oct 14, 2018

Airtel's 4.6GB for N200, and 23GB for N1000 is still working! Get it now

Airtel's 4.6GB for N200, and 23GB for N1000 is still working! Get it now

After few weeks of giving its customers double data bonus when they buy data bundle of N500 and above, Airtel is here again with another mind-blowing offer – an offer that gives you a whopping 4.6GB data for N200, or 23GB for N1000. Please, note that, like every other data bonus, this offer is for eligible customers. In other words, this 100% data bonus from Airtel is not for all customers. But you can give it a try. After all, there is no harm in trying. Those customers who didn't get the double data bonus from Airtel might get this one. 
Airtel's 4.6GB for N200, and 23GB for N1000 is still working! Get it now
That being said, let's quickly get to the crux of the matter.

HOW TO GET AIRTEL 4.6GB FOR N200
1. This is very simple. Just go to your message and send GET to 141.

2. Make sure you receive a message (from Airtel) like the one below.
3. If you receive a congratulatory message like the one in the screenshot above, then buy Airtel's N200 recharge voucher.

4. Recharge, using this code: *143*recharge card pin#

5. Once the recharge is successful, you will get a whooping 4.6GB from Airtel.


6. Dial *223# to check your data balance.

Please, note that the data is valid for 30 days, that is, a month.

HOW TO GET AIRTEL 23GB for N1000
To get this, you just have to keep recharging N200 using the recharge format above. You get 23GB when you recharge five times. Check your data balance by dialling *223#

Oct 13, 2018

7 Possible Ways You Can Be a Better Teacher

7 Possible Ways You Can Be a Better Teacher

While some are born teachers, others are taught how to teach. Regardless of the category you fit in, you can be a better teacher if you observe the seven points listed below:
7 Possible Ways You Can Be a Better Teacher 
1. Respect Your Students
Respect goes a long way. When you respect your students, they’re more likely to respect you. A class dynamic of mutual respect is second to none.  Classes with mutual respect allow for more effective learning and teaching. Here are some ideas for creating a respectful space: learn about their culture, ask them what they need help with, be open with them about their progress, help them set goals, ask them about their likes and dislikes and, above all, smile. I do these with my students all the time, and do you know what? They are always to confident to tell me anything, whether good or bad.

2. Don’t be Afraid of Assessments
Assessments are important and informative. The key here is that we don’t want to go overboard. There is no such thing as too much assessment, and the way you approach assessments can make all the difference in your students' attitude towards them. Good teachers assess their students on a daily basis. Assessment can be informal or formal. The informal assessments are the ones you witness, but do not have physical evidence of. Informal assessment is mostly oral in nature. It includes oral presentations in class, interviews (like a question-and-answer session) and visual observation. With informal assessments, you can witness what students are doing in real time to guide the lesson to where it needs to be to meet your goal. Formal assessments (also known as pen-and-paper) give us actual evidence as to where students are and help us inform future instruction. The mid-term test and end of term examination are examples of formal assessment. And this is what most teachers do.

One trick is to make assessments an everyday normal part of class. As a teacher, you should let your students know that assessments are not a big deal, but as their teacher you need to know where they are so you can see how they're growing and help them grow further. Without assessments, we are lost as to what our students need. Once you give a "pre assessment," you can continue to give the same assessment every few weeks, or months to continue showing progress.

3. Let Students Teach
They say that the best way to learn something is to teach it. If your students are not understanding a particular topic or material, strategically group them, and allow those that understand to teach those that don’t. This is beneficial for both groups. Teaching reaffirms what they know and gives them more confidence. Learning from peers allows them to get instruction in a different perspective and level.


4. Practice Self Care
Take care of yourself outside of class in order to be fit for the next day's tasks. Get enough rest, drink water, eat your vegetables. All those things that you should be doing anyway will really go far and give you the energy to be the best teacher you are capable of being. Don’t underestimate the power of self care.

5. Don’t Plan Too Much
It’s so easy to get carried away and plan way too much. We have all done this. In an effort to teach as many points as possible, you plan way too much and end up rushing through the entire class. The next thing you know class is over and you’re left feeling confused about what just happened. Instead of trying to fit every little thing into one lesson, break up one topic into smaller parts. Teaching should only be a small part of class. For the most part, you want your class to have adequate practice time, and instead of teaching, you should become a “coach.” Unfortunately, most teachers spend the most part of the allocated time teaching the theoretical aspect of the lesson, paying less attention to the practical aspect. I think the popular saying, "Practice makes perfect," should always be your motto.

6. Get Your Planning System in Check
All teachers should have a planning system in check for lessons. If you don’t already have a system, get one! It will organize your life and make your teaching more intentional and effective.

There are many ways that you can setup your plans, but you should use whatever is the quickest and works for you. Some ideas you may want to include are: notes, objectives, language targets, list of activities, and worksheets.

An important thing to remember when setting up your planning system is to get a binder (or organize it in computer folders) to save for the future. Your lessons will become more developed as the years go by.

7. Redefine Your Teaching Philosophy
Most teachers have explored their teaching philosophy at one point or another in their career. If it’s been awhile since you’ve done this, I suggest you redefine your philosophy as you may have learnt a bit more about your personal teaching style in the time since you last defined your philosophy. To some, this may seem like a minor detail, but it can actually be quite helpful. Knowing and understanding your teaching philosophy will help inform how you conduct your class. Also, if anyone ever asks, you will be confident in your answer. If you’re having trouble getting started, you can simply search for “how to write a teaching philosophy” or “teaching philosophy statement examples” on Google to find some information on the internet. Also, you can write a general philosophy on your teaching practices as well as philosophies on planning, student growth, management, homework, attendance, etc.

In sum, teaching is the most important profession of all the professions in the world because teachers are builders of lives. They make the doctors, lawyers, engineers, accountants, linguists, architects, etc. Therefore, never hesitate to give your students your best (if you are a teacher) regardless of the pay.

Source: The Teaching Revolution

Oct 12, 2018

Four Basic Operations in Mathematics: Multiplication and Division

Four Basic Operations in Mathematics: Multiplication and Division

This is a continuation of the previous lesson. In our previous lesson, we looked at  two (addition and subtraction) out of the four basic operations in Mathematics; therefore, in this lesson, the other two (multiplication and division) are discussed. If you missed the previous lesson, you can get it HERE.

Four Basic Operations in Mathematics: Multiplication and Division

Before we start this tutorial, I want you to go back to your multiplication table if you have forgotten it. For now, you can recite from tables 1 to 10. One unique thing about multiplication is that it makes calculation very much easy. Instead of calculating ₦20 + ₦20 + ₦20 + ₦20 + ₦20 = ₦100 (like we illustrated in our previous lesson under addition), you just count the number of ₦20 and multiply the number by the ₦20. Since the number of ₦20 is 5, we will have: ₦20 × 5 = ₦100. It’s simple, right? Well, you will understand it better as we solve more examples.



Click HERE to get the tutorial.

Oct 10, 2018

Some Pitfalls you need to avoid when starting your English teaching career online

Some Pitfalls you need to avoid when starting your English teaching career online

English as a Second Language (ESL) teachers, especially those who are starting their ESL or English teaching career online, are always victims of online fraudsters or amateurs. In order to be proficient in the language (English) and dish out quality tutorials to their online students, ESL teachers enrol in different online English programmes whose tutors claim to be native speakers of English. They do this without a second thought and, most times, get disillusioned when things don't work out as expected.
Some Pitfalls you need to avoid when starting your English teaching career online

Well, it is good to advance in your career, but it is also important you take note of or avoid these pitfalls when you are starting your ESL or English teaching career online or offline!

1. The online companies that will want you to get certified
First of all, there are tons of companies that want you to spend money getting certified. The truth is that you don't need to. If you're looking for a job, then you're better off learning what you need to know instead of paying for a piece of paper. Most people who have those pieces of paper like TEFL, CELTA, TKT certificates don't know much about teaching ESL online or offline. If you want to get results for your students, then you definitely don't need those pieces of paper because TEFL courses do not teach you how to do that.

2. The online companies that promise to better your English
Another trap to avoid is online companies like VIPKID or iTutor Company or ABCTutor or a number of others. These are large Chinese companies that specialize in chewing up newbie and wannabe teachers left and right and spitting them out within a few months (if not sooner). You are going to waste a lot of time dealing with them and make very little money when it is all said and done.


3. The online platforms that let you choose your hourly rate
Another thing to be weary of is online platforms that tell you that you can choose your own hourly rate, set your hours of availability and that they will find students for you. These platforms take huge percentage of your money and can change the terms and conditions of your partnership so fast that you could be left without a business. It's always better to build your business on a platform controlled by you.

4. The guys online
The last category of things to look out for when you're getting into the ESL industry is "the guys online" who want to sell you programs that show you how to start an ESL career. They might tell you that you can do it yourself on Skype or that they've got tons of students and will show you how to get students too. When you see offers from guys like this, do your homework and make sure that they've actually set up a successful business of their own. You would be surprised, but the majority of these people haven't actually set up a real teaching business.

The overall message here is that it is better to spend your time and money investing in yourself than investing it into a company that is supposed to get clients for you or pay you an hourly wage.

Source: The Teaching Revolution.

Oct 7, 2018

The difference between daycare, kindergarten, nursery and preschool in relation to schooling

The difference between daycare, kindergarten, nursery and preschool in relation to schooling


The difference between daycare, kindergarten, nursery and preschool in relation to schooling

These terms are primarily associated with private schools, but it is surprising that most of these private schools use these terms interchangeably, especially on their billboard adverts, thereby extending the confusion (as regards the use of these terms) to the public.  No wonder a parent told me that her child is in preschool, not in kindergarten (or kg 1). Well, I think it's time to state the difference between daycare, kindergarten, nursery and preschool in relation to schooling.

Oct 3, 2018

Factors that promote the use of English in Nigeria

Factors that promote the use of English in Nigeria

Take it or leave it, English, as a language, has come to stay in Nigeria. Its existence, wide acceptance and spread in the country are caused by the following factors:

Factors that promote the use of English in Nigeria

1. The multilingual nature of the Nigerian society
It has been recorded that Nigeria has over three hundred (300) languages, and this has made communication very difficult among Nigerians. In order to communicate effectively in a language everybody understands, English is used as a Lingua Franca in the country. A Lingua Franca is a common language among people with different languages for the purpose of easy communication.

2. The attitude of Nigerians towards the English Language
Nigerians have a positive attitude towards the English Language. Everybody wants to communicate in English, especially in a formal setting, regardless of their incompetence in the language. Most parents encourage their children to speak English as their first language. In fact, in Nigeria, literacy is measured by a person's spoken and written English. When a person speaks or writes English very well, people admire and respect him/her.

3. It is a weapon for securing white-collar jobs
In an organisation where things are done correctly, one must be proficient in English for one to be employed.

4. It is a ticket for gaining admission into any school in Nigeria
For a person to gain admission into any school in Nigeria, he/she must have at least a credit pass (50%) in English. For example, "Use of English," as a subject, is compulsory for anybody writing the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). Besides, a student who fails English in his/her Senior School Certificate Examinations (SSCE) will have to rewrite that examination; otherwise, he/she will not be admitted into any university in Nigeria. This language policy in Education has made the English Language a towering monument in Nigeria.


5. It is Nigeria's official language
English, amidst Nigeria's indigenous languages, has gained an official status. It is the authorized language of education, media, banking, politics etc. With this, it is the choice language in any formal gathering as the use of any other language is frowned at.

6. The state of Nigeria's indigenous languages
English, since time immemorial, has orthography, and unlike Nigeria's indigenous languages, its orthography has been mastered by most Nigerians because it is taught and learnt in schools. As a result, many Nigerians find it very easy writing in English than in their indigenous languages. This has undoubtedly promoted the use of the English Language in Nigeria. Orthography simply means a system of writing in a given language.

The aforementioned factors have placed the English Language in a position that will take Nigeria's indigenous languages years to occupy (if it is possible) because the English Language is not "thinking" of "relinquishing" such position any time now.
Music for the Soul: Download "Nwâ" by Ife

Music for the Soul: Download "Nwâ" by Ife

Nwâ is a fusion of Soul and African folklore (Afro-Soul) originally adapted from an Igbo folk tune serves as a "Lullaby". The artiste dedicates it to the African child tragically under the pressure of a changing world and to the victims of child abuse.

Music for the Soul: Download "Nwâ" by Ife

ABOUT THE ARTISTE
Ifé is a Nigerian Afro-soul Artiste and song writer who basically centers her music on African culture and heritage. She recycles and fuses (Igbo) folk tunes with soul music, thereby enriching the Afro-soul genre. Her musical journey remains rivetingly adventurous as she also explores with different sounds.


Iféchukwu Mercy Chínyere Michael is from Umuawulu in Awka South Local Government Area, Anambra State, Nigeria. She is a graduate of Music and Performing Arts from the University of Nnamdi Azikiwe, Awka, Nigeria. She plays the guitar, thumb piano (Uboaka) and Keyboard.

Nwâ, her first official single, is a fusion of Soul and African folklore (Afro-Soul) originally adapted from an Igbo folk tune that serves as a "Lullaby". She dedicates it to the African child tragically under the pressure of a changing world and to the victims of child abuse.
How to Write an Application Letter

How to Write an Application Letter


How to Write an Application Letter.

It is no news to say that many persons out there (graduates inclusive) don't know how to write a good application letter. While some pay persons to help them write it, others choose to do it recklessly. The question is, "have you ever wondered why most persons are not called for job interviews after submitting their application letters?" The reason might not only be that the organisations don't need the services of these persons but might also be as a result of their bad application letters. Yes! I have seen my employer tear and throw someone's application letter into a waste bin because of how horrible it was. It is important to note that your application letter determines whether your prospective employer will call you for an interview or not. Therefore, your application letter must always be very good except you don't want the position you are applying for.

Oct 1, 2018

MTN's Special Independence Data  Bonus: Get double of your data subscription today

MTN's Special Independence Data Bonus: Get double of your data subscription today

As a way to celebrate the country's Independence Day, MTN Nigeria is giving to its subscribers 200% data bonus on all data subscription today. This bonus is called "MTN Independence Data Bonus.
MTN's Special Independence Data  Bonus: Get double of your data subscription today
MTN took to its social media handle to announce this special independence bonus that gives you 200% bonus on all your data subscription today. 

According to MTN, “In celebrating Independence we’re giving you 200% bonus on all your data subscription today. So, go ahead browse, chat, call, stream, download and do more on the 4GLTE network."


With this bonus, you get 4.5GB for N1200. You just can't afford to miss it. You should give it a try, but note that the data bonus is usable on phones with 4GLTE network. Dial *131*1# to connect.

Happy new month and Independence Day celebration!