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Adult Education Lesson Center In Gbagada, Lagos by Mediamix247: 12:59pm On May 27, 2022

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 and continues learning centre in Gbagada, Lagos.


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

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 Per 3months.

Symmetric Adult Education

Re: Adult Education Lesson Center In Gbagada, Lagos by NijaPOSTERS: 5:03pm On Jun 13, 2022
Education is the bedrock of development in any society..

Read, write, speak and spell well.

Re: Adult Education Lesson Center In Gbagada, Lagos by NijaPOSTERS: 1:42am On Jul 09, 2022
Adult education learning centre is located in Gbagada, Lagos.
Re: Adult Education Lesson Center In Gbagada, Lagos by Mediamix247: 11:10am On Jul 30, 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: Adult Education Lesson Center In Gbagada, Lagos by Mediamix247: 6:49am On Aug 16, 2022

Absolutely, in fact that’s part of my job. (or was in part) 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 calcification 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.

Re: Adult Education Lesson Center In Gbagada, Lagos by Mediamix247: 1:34pm On Aug 31, 2022

We are currently registering and admitting new students into the BASIC COMMUNICATION CLASS for September session.

The class is mainly designed to help adults who cannot read and write, to start reading and writing.

We do the following:
- sound classes
- spelling
- reading
- sentence construction
- vocabulary
- writing
- speech training

Our address:
Suite 31, Mota Complex, opposite Harmony Estate, Ifako - Gbagada, Lagos

Time & date:
10:a.m - 1:p.m
Monday, Wednesday & Friday
Contact us through the number on the flier.

_Knowledge is Power!

Re: Adult Education Lesson Center In Gbagada, Lagos by Mediamix247: 4:29pm On Oct 01, 2022
Happy New Month!

May this new month usher in a new beginning in all areas of life and may our nation, Nigeria experience a new lease of life.

Happy Independence Nigerians!
Re: Adult Education Lesson Center In Gbagada, Lagos by Mediamix247: 4:37pm On Nov 13, 2022

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.

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

Monday, Wednesday & Friday; 10.a.m to 2:p.m.

Re: Adult Education Lesson Center In Gbagada, Lagos by Mediamix247: 4:16pm On Jan 18, 2023
Happy New Year, 2023


We are formally resuming our BASIC COMMUNICATION CLASSES, from today, Monday at 10:30a.m.

Today, Monday, 16th January, 2023

#40,000 PER TERM(3 MONTHS)

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

Saturday, 21st January, 2023

#30,000 PER TERM(3 MONTHS)

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

Reading, Writing, Speaking, Spelling & Listening

List of recommended text books will be given out to students to purchase from any bookshop.
Re: Adult Education Lesson Center In Gbagada, Lagos by Mediamix247: 3:14pm On Apr 17, 2023

Our primary aim is to teach adults to read and write in English.

Our Adult literacy or Adult Education programme is designed for adults who have not been to school before or have not received the basic level education, or attended the school but could not complete the basic level but wish to know how to read, write, speak and spell the English language and also to receive basic level education and then proceed to the Second Cycle level of education in Nigeria.
Re: Adult Education Lesson Center In Gbagada, Lagos by Mediamix247: 8:24am On Jun 14, 2023
Knowledge is power!
Re: Adult Education Lesson Center In Gbagada, Lagos by AdultEducation(m): 9:51am On Jun 28, 2023
Education is a legacy we must all pass to the future generation. That is why everyone, including adults, must strive to acquire education by all means.

Some people were not privilege enough to attend formal education in their childhood, now, they are adults!

We create opportunity for such adults who cannot read and write, to learn and know how to read and write. This is a golden opportunity for every adult who cannot read and write, to come and learn how to read, write, speak and spell.

We specialize in the basic communications skills of reading, writing, speaking, spelling and listening.

Meeting Days & Time
We meet every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, from: 10:a m. - 1:p.m.

Adult Education Lesson Centre in Lagos
We are located at:
Suite 35, Mota Complex,
Opposite Harmony Estate,

Re: Adult Education Lesson Center In Gbagada, Lagos by Mediamix247: 11:35am On Jul 22, 2023
What Are the Benefits of Adult Learning and Education?

- Adult Learning Is Good for Mental Health and Happiness.
- Social Connections and Interpersonal Skills.
- Improved Confidence and Self-Esteem.
- Crime Reduction and Lifelong Education.
- Employment and Life Opportunities.
- An Active Mind Is a Healthier Mind.
Re: Adult Education Lesson Center In Gbagada, Lagos by AdultEducation(m): 6:28pm On Aug 01, 2023

Today is  the 1st day of the brand new month, August 2023.

Therefore,  On this first day, you will unfold and flourish like a new flower in the garden.

Your life will be moistened by the heavenly dew while your leaves will not become dry.

Your tree will not wither while your branches will not fall off.

Your stem will not be cut off while your roots will not lose strength.

The Almighty God will by His Grace keep your life watered and you will not be put to shame.

You will enjoy ceaseless flow of divine favour and stream of goodness while joy will flow unabated in your life.

Your vine shall be nourished while your land shall be productive.

Every locust and canker worm trying to destroy your vineyard shall by The Grace of The Almighty God be destroyed and you will experience a new dawn in this new month.

*Amen 🙏🏽*

Good morning, happy Tuesday as you go through a Great and Glorious day, The beginning of a brand new month.

Please stay safe and remain protected through Christ our Lord.

*Amen, Amen and Amen 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽*
Re: Adult Education Lesson Center In Gbagada, Lagos by Mediamix247: 10:03am On Aug 29, 2023

We teach adults with little or no formal education how to read, write, speak, spell and listen. We help students to write and read very basic texts and sentences easily. To enable students to communicate in very simple English. We caoch them on elementary arithmetic of addition, substraction, multiplication and division. We guide and encourage our pupils to build confidence in themselves.

WE Teach:

- English alphabet
- Word formation
- Sound production
- Numbers, colours and shapes
- Months of the year, days of the week, date and time
- Reading & comprehension, writing, grammar and oral English
- Addition, Substraction, Multiplication & Division.

Duration: 9 months

Assignment, class work, test, debates, presentations and examination are taking periodically and at the end of the session and certificates of participation are issued to students at the end of their program.

#40,000/Per term/3months

List of textbooks and other study materials will be given to students to purchase from bookshop.


Suite 35, Mota Complex,
Opposite Harmony Estate,
Lagos State,

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

Re: Adult Education Lesson Center In Gbagada, Lagos by AdultEducation(m): 5:40pm On Sep 08, 2023

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Re: Adult Education Lesson Center In Gbagada, Lagos by Mediamix247: 9:46am On Jan 01
May this new year unlock unlimited opportunities, breakthroughs, progress, greatness, good success and fulfillment for you and your family in Jesus Name, Amen.
Happy New Year, 2024.
Re: Adult Education Lesson Center In Gbagada, Lagos by Mediamix247: 4:24pm On Mar 07
How To Teach Spelling To Adults?

Teaching spelling to adults presents some specific challenges . First of all it could be more difficult to keep adults engaged compared to a class of children. Probably the students will have to review all the previous information they learned on the language, and re elaborate all the wrong notions and habits . Anyways, most adults willing to learn will be humble enough to learn English if you keep them engaged by using the techniques and resources described in the following paragraphs.

Table of Contents

Introducing phonics
Rules and patterns
Choose the right worksheets for your students
Picture / word association
Misspelled words
Puzzles and brainteasers
Organize spelling bees

- Introducing phonics
One of the most crucial things in learning a language, especially spelling, is understanding phonics. Since spelling is closely related to dictation, phonics and how the word sounds are really very important. The key here is how creative you are when you link the sound with letters and words.

- Rules and patterns
When it comes to teaching spelling to adults, you need to keep reminding them about the rules and patterns. Many adults start learning a second language from scratch, usually because for communication needs, without taking care of the grammar underneath. Thus, it is a good practice to review the basic rules, such as vowel placements and double letters. It is quite a common issue forgetting the rules in spelling.

- Picture / word association
Many people are gifted with very good visual memorization capabilities and learning through images can be highly beneficial for them.
This means that having an associated picture with the word can help a lot.

- Analogies
When teaching an adult, you can be very creative with your analogies. Utilize the words they already know when you make the analogy. It’s great practice so they can learn how to spell the longer words faster. You can use the practice as an icebreaker before class.

- Misspelled words
Another fun thing to have is to play and create quizzes with misspelled words. You can have several misspelled words and your adult students will have to identify the correct ones.
After taking a spelling test with the SBN App, misspelled words are listed in the report card, use those words to create tailored words lists for your students so they can fix them and repeat the test.

- Puzzles and brainteasers
Perhaps it’s one of the most popular teaching spelling to adults to date. Having puzzles and brainteasers to learn to spell will make the class as far more enjoyable. Your adult students will welcome the worksheet with the same enthusiasm as the younger ones.

- Organize spelling bees
It is always a cool idea to have your students engaged in fun activities to make the learning process simpler and easier to bear. Organizing a mock up spelling bee in your class could be a lot of fun and instructive at the same time.


Re: Adult Education Lesson Center In Gbagada, Lagos by Mediamix247: 6:17pm On Apr 11
Verb Tenses Explained, With Examples

Verb tenses are changes or additions to verbs to show when the action took place: in the past, present, or future. The phrase verb tense is also used for grammatical aspects, which add more details about the duration or time an action takes. When you combine the four grammatical aspects with the past, present and future, you end up with twelve main verb tenses in English.

Verb tenses are essential for speaking English correctly, but with all the different forms and functions, they can get confusing. In this guide, we give a quick overview of the English tenses, including when to use them and how to make them, and give plenty of verb tense examples.

What is a verb tense?

Verb tenses show when an action took place, as well as how long it occurred. The main verb tenses are the past, present, and future.

There are also additional aspects that give extra details, such as the length of time the action occurred, which actions happened first, or whether a past action has an impact on the present. These grammatical aspects are the simple tense, perfect tense, continuous tense, and perfect continuous tense.

Verb tenses list: How many tenses are there in English?

The standard tense in English is the present tense, which is usually just the root form of the verb. The past and future tenses often require changes or additions to the root form, such as the suffix –ed for the past tense and the modal verb will for the future.

However, for each of the past, present, and future tenses, there are four different aspects that add additional details. For example, the continuous tense shows that an action is ongoing. It can be used in the present (she is sleeping), past (she was sleeping), or future (she will be sleeping).

Past, present, and future tenses
The past, present, and future are the central divisions of time in English. The present represents actions happening now, while the past represents actions that happened earlier, and the future describes actions that will happen later.

Simple tense
The simple tense is a grammatical aspect that refers to the normal forms of the past, present, and future tenses—nothing fancy! Unlike the other aspects, it doesn’t add any new information. True to its name, simple tenses are the easiest to form and have the fewest rules.

Perfect tense
The definition of the perfect tense is a little more complicated. It’s used for actions that relate to other points in time, either completed or ongoing.

For example, in the sentence I have played soccer since I was a child, the perfect tense indicates that the action occurred continuously in the past and still happens in the present. By contrast, in the sentence I played soccer when I was a child, the simple past tense indicates that the action occurred only in the past, and has no relation to the present.

The perfect tenses use a conjugation of the auxiliary verb have with the past participle of the main verb.

Continuous tense
We use the continuous tenses (also known as the progressive tenses) for ongoing actions or actions that happen a while before completion. For example, They are studying all night means the studying lasts many hours before it’s finished.

Please note that you usually do not use the continuous tense with stative verbs like want, love, have, and need.

The continuous tenses use a conjugation of the auxiliary verb be along with the main verb’s present participle, or –ing form.

Perfect continuous tense
When you combine the perfect and continuous tenses, you get the perfect continuous tense. It’s typically used just like the perfect tense, except it describes ongoing actions that happen over a period of time.

The construction of the perfect continuous tense uses a conjugation of the auxiliary verb have, the auxiliary verb been (the past participle of be), and the present participle of the main verb.

English tenses examples: verb tenses chart
Past Present Future
Simple I helped my neighbor yesterday. I help my neighbor every day. I will help my neighbor tomorrow.
Perfect I had helped my neighbor clean his attic before I fixed his car. I have helped my neighbor too much this week. I will have helped my neighbor a hundred times by the end of the month.
Continuous I was helping my neighbor when he brought me iced tea. I am helping my neighbor while he fixes up his house. I will be helping my neighbor next month when he moves.
Perfect continuous I had been helping my neighbor for a year before he finally thanked me. I have been helping my neighbor since I moved in. I will have been helping my neighbor for a year next month.

Past tenses
Simple past
We use the simple past to show actions completed in the past, with no extra emphasis.

For regular verbs, you form the simple past tense by adding the suffix –ed to the end of the verb (or just –d if the past tense verb already ends in an e).

Be careful of irregular past tense verbs, however. These don’t follow the normal rules and use their own unique forms for the past tense. For example, the past tense of the irregular verb go is went.

Regular verbs: I picked up the glass, but it dropped from my hand.

Irregular verbs: This morning I went to the store, but I forgot the milk.

Past perfect
[had] + [past participle]

What if you’re talking about two different actions in the past and want to show that one happened before the other? The past perfect, also known as the pluperfect, shows that one past action happened earlier than another one.

She had arrived at the office before she realized it was Sunday.

I ran to my car when I noticed my wife had left already.

Past continuous
[was/were] + [present participle]

Use the past continuous to show an ongoing action in the past, especially if the action was interrupted by another action. It’s also used for habitual actions that occurred in the past but not in the present. It’s usually used with adverbs like always or adverb phrases like all the time.

My dog was whimpering in his sleep when the TV woke him up.

As kids, my friends and I were always getting into trouble.

Past perfect continuous
[had] + [been] + [present participle]

The past perfect continuous tense is used just like the past perfect tense, except it describes ongoing actions that happened in the past instead of a one-time occurance. It’s often used with the words when, until, and before to connect it to another past action.

Before he got his first job as a writer, he had been working as a proofreader.

I had been living on my friend’s couch for a year until they kicked me out.

Present tenses
Simple present
The simple present is the most basic of the English tenses. It’s used for individual actions or habitual actions in the present.

Often the simple present is just the root verb with no changes or additions. The main exception to this is when the subject is third person and singular. In this case you add the suffix –s. If the verb ends in o, ch, sh, th, ss, gh, or z, you add –es. If the verb ends in a consonant and y (and the subject is third-person singular), drop the y and add –ies.

Today I feel like a million bucks!

My brother carries the groceries while my sister stays on the couch.

Present perfect
[have/has] + [past participle]

Although it’s quite common, the present perfect is one of the most difficult English verb tenses. It is used to describe a few different types of actions, including:

an ongoing action started in the past that is not yet completed
the same action completed multiple times in the past and likely to be completed again.
an action completed very recently (usually with just or now)
an uncompleted action that is expected to be finished (in the negative)
Additionally, the present perfect can be used to emphasize the significance of a completed action, especially one that happened over time.

We have tricked him every April Fool’s Day since we were kids.

My niece has grown so much this year!

Present continuous
[am/is/are] + [present participle]

Use the present continuous to show an action happening right now or in the near future.

I am reading The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy for the fifth time!

We are eating pizza tonight.

Present perfect continuous
[have/has] + [been] + [present participle]

The present perfect continuous shows an ongoing action in the present that was started in the past. It is often used to emphasize the length of time.

We have been waiting for over an hour!

The team has been practicing nonstop for the tournament.

Future tenses
Simple future
Use the simple future for actions that have not happened yet but will later. To form the simple future, just place the modal verb will before the root form of the main verb. (Note that if the action will happen in the near future, you can use the present continuous instead.)

She will be president one day.

I will not go to the wedding without a date!

Future perfect
[will] + [have] + [past participle]

The future perfect shows an action that will be completed in the future by a specified time. Because it depends on another time, the future perfect is often used with words like by, before, at, or when.

By the time you read this, I will have already left.

She will have eaten lunch before her sister even wakes up.

Future continuous
[will] + [be] + [present participle]

Use the future continuous tense for future actions happening over a period of time, especially when a specific time is mentioned. The future continuous tense also shows more certainty and likelihood than the simple future.

By this time tomorrow, I will be drinking margaritas on the beach.

We will be attending a meeting from noon until 3 p.m.

Future perfect continuous
[will] + [have] + [been] + [present participle]

The future perfect continuous depicts future ongoing actions that continue up until a certain point. Like the future perfect and future continuous, it’s used with a specified time.

In ten minutes, my parents will have been waiting in traffic for four hours.

I will have been eating healthy for a whole year by September.

Verb tense FAQs
What are verb tenses?
Verb tenses are changes or additions to verbs to show when the action took place: in the past, present, or future. The phrase verb tense is also used for grammatical aspects, which show how long an action occurs.

What are the different types of verb tenses?
The three main verb tenses are the past, present, and future, but there are also four grammatical aspects: simple, continuous, perfect, and perfect continuous. When you combine the three time periods with the four aspects, you get twelve unique verb tenses.

What are some examples of the different verb tenses?
The simple tenses show actions happening at different times, while the perfect tenses show completed actions that relate to different time periods. The continuous tenses are for ongoing actions that take a while to complete. The perfect continuous tenses combine the perfect and continuous tenses to describe ongoing actions that happen over a period of time.Your writing,
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