First Term Examination on Basic Science

Objective Test Answer all questions 1. Science is defined as A. The study of our lives. B. The study of all chemicals. C. The study of living and non-living things. D. The study of experiments. 2. Which of the following is an aim of science? A. To learn to make trouble B. To discover the problems in our environment C. To know how to do magic D. To discover the spirits around us 3. The main subjects in science are all of the following except A. Biology. B. Chemistry. C. History. D. Physics....

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Immunization and Prevention of STIs (HIV/AIDS)

Learning Objectives By the end of the lesson, students should be able to a) define immunization; b) define STIs; c) give examples of STIs; d) explain how to prevent STIs. Content What is Immunization? Immunization or inoculation is the medical process of introducing an antibody into the body system in order to boost the immune system and in turn, protect and prevent diseases. It is the process whereby a person is made resistant to a disease, typically by the administration of a vaccine. What is STI? STI (Sexually Transmitted Infections) or STD (Sexually Transmitted Diseases) are infections or diseases that be contracted (pass from one person to another) through sexual intercourse. According to the World Health Organisation, some STIs can...

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Diseases Vectors

Learning Objectives By the end of the lesson, students should be able to a) define disease vectors; b) mention disease vectors; c) mention the diseases caused by the vectors; d) mention the animals affected by these diseases; e) mention some of the symptoms of the diseases; f) mention how to control these diseases. Introduction Disease causing organisms are living organisms which are capable of causing disease in other living organisms. They are generally known as pathogens or vectors. Diseases can be defined as the absence of normal health due to infection, nutritional deficiency and imbalance, hereditary and functional disorders as well as injuries. Diseases can also be described as any disturbance in the normal life or body function of an...

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The Earth in Space

Learning Objectives By the end of the lesson, students should be able to a) Define the earth; b) Define space; c) Define the solar system; d) Explain the formation of volcanoes; e) Explain the Rotation of the Earth; f) Define the moon; g) Define climates and seasons; h) Define shadows and eclipses; i) Define the stars. Introduction The interest of man in space has existed from ancient times when man employed the naked eyes to study and speculate on the moon, the stars, the sun, and other things which were imagined to be there in space. As time went by, man began to carry out more systematic studies of space. By the second century AD, a Greek mathematician called Ptolemy...

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Mid Term Test on Basic Science

Objective Answer all questions. 1. All materials in the world are made of ___ and ___? A. sugar and salt B. coal and bone C. weight and space D. male and female 2. These two qualities you chose above are also present in cows, goats and dogs? A. True B. false C. I don’t know D. None of the above 3. One of the following is not a characteristic of living thing A. living things move B. living things don’t change C. living things reproduce D. living things dies 4. The process of a scientist sorting things into sets is called A. classification B. charting C. driving D. painting...

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