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Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by IMC247: 5:30pm On Feb 24, 2020
*EDUCATION IS LIKE A LAMP; AFTER ACQUIRING IT FROM YOUR TEACHER, YOU MUST FILL IT WITH LAMP OIL TO PRODUCE LIGHT*
Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by IMC247: 5:00pm On Mar 17, 2020
° *INCESSANT READING IS THE LIGHT THAT APPREHENDS DARKNESS IN LEARNING*

Eric Wireko
Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by IMC247: 12:43pm On Apr 20, 2020
WAYS EDUCATION POWERS A BETTER WORLD

The classic definition of education is ”the process of receiving or giving systematic instruction, especially at a school or university”. But education is much more than that. It is a process of continuous learning which can be acquired anywhere at any time and any age. It is the fundamental right of every citizen because it promotes empowerment and ensures development benefits. Education can be used for the upliftment of society since it helps elevate the social and economic conditions in the marginalized sections of society.

Education makes us better citizens by teaching us how to conduct ourselves through life by following rules and regulations and giving us a sense of conscience. It make us more confident to go out there and achieve things. Many governments across the world have recognized the importance of education as a tool to enhance progress and make the world a better place. Let us see how it achieves that:

1. Education spreads awareness

Blind faith and superstitions are what bog down society. People misled by false beliefs do more harm than good to society. Education helps us question, gives us an analytical mind and helps us reject superstitions. An educated mind asks for logic and scientific reasoning behind all actions.

2. It helps us stand up against wrong and for the right

Education helps lower crime rate. That’s because the educated can differentiate between what’s right and what’s wrong. Research has shown that increasing the high school completion rate by just 1 percent for all men ages 20-60 would save the U.S. up to $1.4 billion per year in reduced costs from crime. This is true for other regions as well.

3. It helps progress

Better education opens up a host of opportunities and this is especially relevant in the times we live in where technology and education ensure that opportunities are not bound by geography.

4. It gives us a healthier lifestyle

Better educated people tend to live longer and have better lifestyles. For example research conducted in central European OECD countries have shown that a 30-year-old tertiary-educated man can expect to live eight years longer than a 30-year-old man who has not completed upper secondary education. While a tertiary-educated woman can expect to live four years longer than a woman without an upper secondary education.

5. Helps us to be more productive

It is a fact well known that the more degrees you have, better would be your economic performance. There is a deep connection between education and productivity and in this age where there is competition at every turn, education is what will help an industry and subsequently a nation, to flourish.

6. It helps us connect across borders

Digital education has helped achieve this. Education has given students from across borders opportunities to connect and communicate and work towards building a better future and a better world. For example, a professor in America can help inspire a student in Afghanistan to study and travel the world, help herself and a whole generation after her, to lead a better life.

7. It gives empowerment

Education helps turn weakness into strength. Education gives us the confidence to stand for ourselves. It improves our decision making capabilities, makes us mobile and gives us access to social networks. Many researches have proven that in countries where women are subjected to gender bias, education helped them stand up against marital violence, improved their decision making capabilities and helped them take charge of their own lives.
Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by IMC247: 11:23am On May 08, 2020
*ADULT EDUCATION ONLINE ZOOM CLASS*

WE are inviting you to a scheduled *online* Zoom class.

Topic: SPELLING, WRITING & SPEAKING GOOD ENGLISH

Time: Monday, May 11, 2020 10:00 AM Africa/Lagos

Join Zoom Meeting
https://us04web.zoom.us/j/72859080425?pwd=dWVDeDdmdEYxZFV4MnpGNTd5dnVtdz09

Meeting ID: 728 5908 0425
Password: 8BFLhV

*_Contact: 08 139 458 588, 08 053 408 939 for registration_*

Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by IMC247: 11:34am On Jun 07, 2020
Happy Sunday!

Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by BlackSeedOil: 7:35am On Jun 29, 2020
Adult Learning & Education in Lagos State.
Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by IMC247: 11:40am On Jul 30, 2020
READING, WRITING, SPELLING & SPEAKING SCHOOL.

We are inviting adults who cannot read and write properly to join our READING, WRITING, SPELLING & SPEAKING School

Our School Address:

WEEKDAY SCHOOL:
(Monday, Wednesday & Friday)

Venue: Office 31, Mota Complex, Harmony Estate Gate, Ifako-Gbagada.

COST:
- Tuition fees: #21k per term(3months)
- Textbooks: #7k
- Student reg form: #1k

Total: #29,000 for 3months.

Weekend Classes(Saturdays only) Available For Weekend Students

Contact:
08 139 458 588, 08 053 408 939

Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by IMC247: 10:48am On Aug 16, 2020
Happy Sunday, friends!
Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by BlackSeedOil: 9:33am On Sep 02, 2020
READING, WRITING, SPELLING & SPEAKING SCHOOL.

We are inviting adults who cannot read and write properly to join our READING, WRITING, SPELLING & SPEAKING School

WEEKDAY SCHOOL:
Monday, Wednesday & Friday; 10:a.m. to 1:p.m

Venue: Office 31, Mota Complex, by Harmony Estate Gate, Ifako-Gbagada.

COST:
- Tuition Fee: #27k Per Term(3months)
- Student Reg Form: #2k

Total: #29,000 for 3months.

WEEKEND SCHOOL:
Every Saturday: 10:a.m. to 3:p.m.

COST:
- Tuition Fee: #23k,
Per Term (3months)
- Student Reg Form: #2k

Total: #25,000 for 3month.

08 053 408 939, 08 139 458 588
Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by BlackSeedOil: 6:58am On Sep 19, 2020
Education is the best provision for old age -Aristotle
Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by IMC247: 9:57am On Oct 10, 2020
“There is no end to education, develop a passion for learning."

Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by WartBumpKeloid: 4:41am On Oct 24, 2020
Register now!
Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by IMC247: 5:59am On Dec 06, 2020
.ADULT EDUCATION: Read & Write Well in 1 Year. Call/WhatsApp: 08 139 458 588
Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by Outdoorads247: 1:16pm On Dec 19, 2020
ADULT EDUCATION

*End Of Year Examinations*

This is to inform you all that our end of year examination holds tomorrow, 18th December, 2020.

Time: 10:a.m. prompt.

Exam Fee: #500

Late comers will not be allowed into the exam hall. Thanks!

Sign.
Mgt.
Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by Outdoorads247: 7:18am On Feb 08, 2021
We focus on basic communication skills;

1. Reading
2. Writing
3. Speaking
4. Spelling
5. Basic calculation

Registration of new students is currently on.
Call: 08 139 458 588

Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by BlackSeedOil: 9:29am On Apr 14, 2021
Education is the key to success!
Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by WartBumpKeloid: 7:56pm On May 25, 2021
We specialize in the basic communication skills of reading, writing, speaking & spelling.

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Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by IMC247: 6:18pm On Jul 07, 2021
An uneducated person will always be cheated..

Come and learn how to read and write well in 1 year!
Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by JohnasI: 7:38am On Jul 26, 2021
Education is one of the best things for investment, and for me especially languages because they open a variety of doors for you.
Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by FacelessStuart: 8:08am On Jul 26, 2021
I totally agree with you, Only a few years ago I'd say that it's easy to study on the internet for free, but now I understand that nothing can be more effective than working with a teacher from https://preply.com/en/blog/business-english-course/ that can tell you all your mistakes, and tell you the ways to improve your language. It's not free, but it's definitely worth it.
Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by Blacksoap(m): 5:55am On Dec 17, 2021
Symmetric Adult Education.
Reading, Writing, Speaking & Spelling

We have closed for the year, 2021. We had our 2021 End-Year Examination on 10th December and closed on 15th December, 2021.

Next academic term starts from January 10th, 2021.

Registration of new students is currently going on.

Contact us..
Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by Blacksoap(m): 8:12am On Jan 21, 2022
READ & WRITE GOOD ENGLISH IN 2022

We are inviting adults who cannot read, write, speak and spell to join our Basic Communication School located in Gbagada, Lagos.

RESUMPTION DATE: Monday, 10th January, 2022

VENUE: Suite 31, Mota Complex, After Deeper-Life Church, Ifako-Gbagada, Lagos.

TIME: Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 10:a.m. to 1:p.m.

Fees: 32k for 3months.

Contact:
Symmetric Adult Education.
Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by Mediamix247: 5:52pm On Mar 06, 2022
WHERE TO FIND ADULT EDUCATION IN LAGOS?

Adult education is a practice where adults engage in systematic and sustained self-educating activities in order to gain new forms of knowledge, skills, attitudes, or values. These refers to any form of learning adults engage in beyond traditional schooling, encompassing basic literacy to personal fulfillment as a lifelong learner.

Adult education can either be formal (structured learning that typically takes place in an education or training institution, usually with a set curriculum and carries credentials; non-formal (learning that is organized by educational institutions but non credential which may be provided in the workplace and through the activities of civil society organizations and groups), and Informal education (Learning that goes on all the time, resulting from daily life activities related to work, family, community or leisure).

Adult education centre in Gbagada, Lagos.

Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by Mediamix247: 2:24pm On May 01, 2022
READ & WRITE GOOD ENGLISH IN 2022

We are inviting adults who cannot read, write, speak and spell to join our Basic Communication School located in Gbagada, Lagos.

RESUMPTION DATE: Monday, 10th January, 2022

VENUE: Suite 31, Mota Complex, After Deeper-Life Church, Ifako-Gbagada, Lagos.

TIME: Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 10:a.m. to 1:p.m.

Fees: 32k for 3months.

Contact:
Symmetric Adult Education.
Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by WartBumpKeloid: 5:19pm On Jun 02, 2022
“There is no end to education. ...
Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by BlackSeedOil: 4:26pm On Jul 10, 2022
Adult education is still in Gbagada, Lagos.
Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by Mediamix247: 4:51am On Aug 04, 2022
76 Million Nigerian Adults Are Illiterates ― FG

The Federal Government on Tuesday disclosed that more than 76 million adults, representing 38 per cent of the estimated 200 million population of Nigeria, cannot read and write despite increasing efforts to improve literacy levels in the country.

Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu, who made this known at a news conference marking the 2021 International Literacy Day (ILD), celebration in Nigeria, added this was in addition to the burden of over 6.9 million children who are out of school.

He also expressed fears that the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic might hinder the realization of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Target 4.6.

The Minister said: “As you are aware, it is estimated that over 6.9 million children are out of school.

“This is in addition to the estimated 38% of non-literate adult Population.

“Investing in Education of the parents will have a ripple effect on the reduction of out of school children.

“It is a fact that non-literate parents are more likely to breed out of school children, thereby compounding the phenomenon facing our nation today,” he said.

Adamu noted that Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 4 calls on countries to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.

He added that SDG Target 4.6 requires that by 2030, member states should ensure that all youth and a substantial proportion of adults, both men and women, achieve literacy and numeracy.

The aim is that by 2030, all young people and adults across the world should have achieved relevant and recognised proficiency levels in functional literacy and numeracy skills that are equivalent to levels achieved at the successful completion of basic education.

“Regrettably the advent of COVID 19 pandemic has disrupted the learning of children, young people and adults at an unprecedented scale which might likely hinder the realization of SDG Target 4.6,” he said.

The Minister, therefore, noted that the theme “Literacy for a Human-Centred Recovery: Narrowing the Digital Divide” was apt and timely considering the focus and Change Agenda of this administration to reposition all sectors of the economy including Education.

The representative of UNESCO Director-General at the event, Mammadou Lamine Sow, said the COVID-19 pandemic has presented a new array of challenges for the education sector requiring not only a paradigm shift but the rethinking of education.

Lamine Sow said: “The COVID-19 pandemic has been the worst disturbance to education and training systems in a century, with the longest school closures affecting more than 1.6 billion learners at its peak time.

“According to the UNESCO Institute for Statistics (UIS) by November 2020, the average child had lost 54 percent of a year’s contact time, which could be interpreted as the loss of over a year’s learning if the time of forgetting what was previously acquired is counted.

“The COVID-19 crisis has confirmed the fragility of many youth and adult literacy programmes, systems and policies as represented by the abrupt suspension of numerous programmes,” he said.

In November 1966, (UNESCO proclaimed 8th September of every year as the International Literacy Day (ILD), to draw global attention to the status of literacy and lifelong learning, as well as highlight the linkage between literacy and the development of individuals and Nations.

76 million Nigerian adults are illiterates
Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by Blacksoap(m): 9:43am On Sep 05, 2022
HOW CAN ONE TEACH AN ADULT HOW TO READ & WRITE?

Absolutely, in fact that’s part of my job. I teach adults with zero literacy skills how to read and write. It’s a slow and difficult process. I don’t think that is because adults are somehow stupider than children, but adults have a whole lot of other things to be thinking about beyond the weird nature of language and how to use it.

So, how to do it? I start with reading. Simple things, recognising patterns with letters and identifying things of personal relevance. Names, addresses and so on. From there you find links to other things the individual is going to remember, important holidays, food, animals, etc. That helps with the basics of reading. At this stage they’re ready to start writing basic words, beginning with their name and moving on to other things they can now read.

I’ve found its reading that improves writing, and the idea of context is also important. What do they think the next word in a sentence should be? Chances are they’ll guess from a combination of the subject and the first few letters of a word. Reading both aloud and silently help. Aloud because it train your ears to remember and silently because it impresses the patterns of words into your mind, allowing faster recognition and replication.

Most importantly is consistency. Reading and writing needs to be done, every day. Not practising will prevent the process of clarification and things are easily forgotten. This is why people who don’t read often lose some of their ability later in life, making them less likely to read, making them less likely to understand, and so on.

That’s the gist of how it works. Sometimes you’ll get someone who’s just too damaged to learn due to trauma, sometimes you’ll get someone who’s naturally gifted and learns quickly. Most people fall somewhere in the middle. With context, practice and consistency, most people can learn to read and write fluently in a few years.

JOIN OUR READING & WRITING CENTER LOCATED IN GBAGADA, LAGOS.

Contact the number on the flyer..
Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by IMC247: 9:36am On Dec 12, 2022
THE BEST ADULT EDUCATION SERVICE IN LAGOS

Adult education week-day classes from Symmetric Communications.

Run by Symmetric Communications for English Language and Basic Communication. We offer a wide range of leisure courses in the reading, writing, speaking, spelling and listening, designed to educate and entertain you.

As part of our commitment to lifelong learning, we are open to all adults - so you don't need any previous experience to take part and you do not need any entrance qualifications. Our adult education courses are offered for pleasure and intellectual stimulation.

Our students are expected to engage in compulsory home-works, exam and assessment at the end of the course.

We offer classroom courses at our Gbagada campus in Lagos.

We have many years experience in teaching fascinating subjects to adult education students like you, and our team of tutors are not only experts in their field, but friendly and approachable.

Whatever your background or experience, and you'll always receive a warm welcome, so come and join us, in person, for an exciting journey into new knowledge and experiences.

*SCHOOL ADDRESS*
Suite 31, Mota Complex, Opp Harmony Estate, Ifako-Gbagada, Lagos.

*SCHOOL DAYS & TIME:*
Monday, Wednesday & Friday; 10.a.m to 2:p.m.

Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by Blacksoap(m): 10:45am On Feb 27, 2023
*IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT*

*WEEKDAY SCHOOL:*
We are formally resuming our BASIC COMMUNICATION CLASSES, from tomorrow, Monday at 10:30a.m.

*DATE:*
Tomorrow, Monday, 16th January, 2023

*SCHOOL FEES:*
#40,000 PER TERM(3 MONTHS)

*WEEKEND SCHOOL:*
Every Saturday (SATURDAY'S ONLY)
9: a.m. to 1:p.m

*DATE:*
Saturday, 21st January, 2023

*SCHOOL FEES:*
#30,000 PER TERM(3 MONTHS)

*VENUE:*
Our new office complex at Suite 35, Mota Complex, Opposite Harmony Estate, Ifako-Gbagada, Lagos.

*SUBJECTS:*
Reading, Writing, Speaking, Spelling & Listening

List of recommended text books will be given out to students to purchase from any bookshop.
Re: Invest In Your Education; Read & Write Well by Mediamix247: 10:39pm On May 25, 2023
BASIC COMMUNICATION SCHOOL, LAGOS

READING, WRITING, SPEAKING & SPELLING SCHOOL

*WEEKDAY SCHOOL:*
Every Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 10: a.m. to 1:p.m

*SCHOOL FEES:*
#40,000 PER TERM(3 MONTHS)

*VENUE:*
Our new office complex at Suite 35, Mota Complex, Opposite Harmony Estate, Ifako-Gbagada, Lagos.

*SUBJECTS:*
Reading, Writing, Speaking, Spelling & Listening

List of recommended text books will be given out to students to purchase from any bookshop.

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