SS2 AGRICULTURE SCIENCE
1. DISCUSS POULTRY MANAGEMENT IN NOT MORE THAN 300 WORDS.
2. DISCUSS THE FOLLOWING:
BIOLOGY SS2 ASSIGNMENT:
In NOT MORE THAN 450 words, explain the effects and implications of 5G network on
DISCUSS IN DETAIL NOT MORE THAN 450 WORDS THE TERM INSURANCE
SS2 DATA PROCESSING assignment
The argument for or against 5G network and the future of mobile computing. In not less than
1. The history,
2. The network capacity,
3. The network range,
4. Health implications
5. Argument for or against the network
6. Its relationship with the enhancement of mobil computing.
Write an essay on the action of running water stages of development of a river with the aid of a
Undertake a critical study of governmental and non-governmental contributions to the
curbing of the covid-19 saga. (4 – 5 pages)
SS2 HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT LITERATURE-IN-ENGLISH
1. Research on the the following dramatic devices and give a summary of each of their meaning:
2a. Define Characterization
b. Explain the following Characters:
3. Describe the followi
SS2 FOODS AND NUTRITION ASSIGNMENT
1. Define the following:
iv. Food standards
v. Impulse buying
vi. Hire purchase
vii. Credit purchase
2. (a) Define consumer education.
(b) State ten (10) importance of consumer education.
(c) State four (4) rights of a consumer.
3. (a) With the aid of a diagram, explain the distribution networks of goods.
(b) State two (2) functions each of the following consumer agents in the distribution
networks of goods:
SS2 ENGLISH LANGUAGE HOLIDAY ASSIGNMENT.
1. Write an article suitable for publication in a national daily on the plight of Internally Displaced
Persons (IDP) in Nigeria and suggest how to rehabilitate them.
2. The Literary and Debating Society of your school is organizing a debate on the topic: "Pen
Robbery is Worse than Armed Robbery". Write your argument for or against the motion.
SECTION B: COMPREHENSION
Instruction: Read the passage below carefully and answer the questions on it.
Although we had very little money, my mother save every penny over several years in order to be
able to purchase a new car when the old one she was driving was on its last legs. She didn't
believe in buying used cars because she felt that the previous owner probably would not have
gotten rid of it if it was functioning optimally.
Once when I was a teenager, I went with her to look at a car. It was a beautiful vehicle, yellow
with black interior and black vinyl top. I was quite excited because I had recently acquired my
driver's license and was already starting to imagine myself cruising down the streets of Warri in a
brand new automobile. The problem was that the car was several million naira more expensive
than the cash she had on her hand.
My mother could bargain with the best of people, and after a couple of hours had won the
salesman down to the point that he was ready to make a deal after she showed him the cash. I was
absolutely jubilant until I heard several days later that the salesman had lost his job for given my
mother a sweet deal. I am certain that if my mother had had more money , she would have been
willing to compromise, but she believed in only paying cash for her cars and would not qualify for
a loan anyway. As a matter of principle, she did not believe in borrowing money to pay for
anything other than a house, because she had seen too many people ruin their lives with financial
Many people feel that driving a hard bargain is a sign of strength and perseverance , and in many
cases, are correct. However, my mother and I learned the hard way that it is not always the kindest
thing to do. My mother certainly did not intend to get the man fired and offered to give the car
back, but for some reasons, since the deal had already been consumamated ,that was not possible.
While my mother was pleased she had been able to buy the car, she wished she had not pressed so
hard. Sometimes compromise is the best way to go, even when you think you could get your own
way without it.
(a) According to the passage, why did the writer's mother prefers new cars to used ones?
(b) Why was the writer delighted about the idea of a new car?
(c) What led to the sack of the sales man?
(d) Give a reason why the writer's joy was short-lived?
(e) ...if my mother had had more money...
i. What grammatical is given to the above expression?
ii. What is its function in the sentence?
(f) State one reason to justify that the writer's mother was principled.
(g) i. What figurative expression is "on its last legs?"
ii. What does it mean?
(h) Find one word or phrase which is nearest in meaning to and can at the same time replace each
of the following words as used in the passage: