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Chinua Achebe started school at St Philips Central School, Apkakaogwe Ogidi in 1936. He was asked to proceed to the religious class where pupils engaged in singing and sometimes dancing of the catechism, chanting of English rhymes, and general entertainment. After he had spent a week in the religious class, his teacher, Rev. Nelson Ezekwesili sent him to the higher infant school because the child exhibited signs of intelligence. Achebe became the finest English reader and during dictations lessons, he would normally get excellent marks. He possessed the best handwriting in the class and perfor


The next two causes of difficulties in mastering the multiplication tables are considered in this article: criteria of mastering and the lack of drill.


Everyone wants a good grade in their exams, whether it's GCSE or A level, and with enough hard work, we're sure to get it. But sometimes unwanted interruptions could distract us from from our main goal.


Maybe you aren't satisfied with your computational skills. If you want to improve them, check the quality of your simple mental computations first.


When children return to school in the new year, many parents dread the homework battles. But parents can do a lot to head off those conflicts by setting and committing to some ground rules, creating a suitable work environment, and communicating with teachers.


Our kids are inherently curious to know about the natural world. All of us have heard hundreds of questions like 'Why does the moon change?', 'How big is the Sun?', 'What do the germs look like?' and so on, the kind of questions that only kids can ask. While it is sometimes difficult to explain these in a way a small kid can understand, it is very important to engage and encourage the kid's curiosity.