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Over 22k teachers in northern Nigeria fail competency exam
« on: October 12, 2017, 03:28:36 PM »
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How many Kenyan teachers would fail competency exams if one was given?

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Re: Over 22k teachers in northern Nigeria fail competency exam
« Reply #1 on: October 12, 2017, 04:30:58 PM »
The irony is that a lot of primary school teachers in Kenya had issues with those things to begin with.  The "failures" are the ones that end up teaching. 
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Re: Over 22k teachers in northern Nigeria fail competency exam
« Reply #2 on: October 12, 2017, 04:46:52 PM »
The people giving (and presumably marking) the "competency exam" should themselves be tested.

Part 1(b) of Question 2:

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Two Importance of a Lesson Plan to the teacher

Part 3 of Question 5:

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Name 3 state of matter

Part 4(4) of Question 3:

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The market price of a shirt is 14,000, if a discount of 8% is given to a buyer, how much has the buyer paid.


Part (4) of Question 3:

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Add this pair of numbers:

5000-4563+2378 =

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All answers must be given in complete sentences except in question.

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Re: Over 22k teachers in northern Nigeria fail competency exam
« Reply #3 on: October 12, 2017, 06:20:04 PM »
The irony is that a lot of primary school teachers in Kenya had issues with those things to begin with.  The "failures" are the ones that end up teaching.

My village public school has this. All guys who scored d minus are now teachers

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Re: Over 22k teachers in northern Nigeria fail competency exam
« Reply #4 on: October 12, 2017, 06:46:11 PM »
The people giving (and presumably marking) the "competency exam" should themselves be tested.

Part 1(b) of Question 2:

Quote
[Briefly explain ....]

Two Importance of a Lesson Plan to the teacher

Part 3 of Question 5:

Quote
Name 3 state of matter

Part 4(4) of Question 3:

Quote
The market price of a shirt is 14,000, if a discount of 8% is given to a buyer, how much has the buyer paid.


Part (4) of Question 3:

Quote
Add this pair of numbers:

5000-4563+2378 =

Instruction for one question:

Quote
All answers must be given in complete sentences except in question.

And so on.
Jeezz..kaduna should fire everyone