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    Posted 5 months ago in Form 45473

    Life Skills

    hey does anyone know of any other online platform where i can get online classes

     

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    Silvia Hika   Posted on 4 months ago

    search for online classes

    Peter Makau   Posted on 5 months ago

    easyElimu DAWATI KYTABU KeC

    HILLARY GARANG   Posted on 5 months ago

    NO

    Posted 8 months ago in Form 45473

    Life Skills

    Hi I am new here can I be your friend 

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    Marion Mukoye   Posted on 4 months ago

    hi guyz i am new here please follow me

    Peter Makau   Posted on 5 months ago

    IF YOU FOLLOW ME WHY NOT

    Sylvia Auma   Posted on 5 months ago

    Am also new I need friends too

    Wendy Shymalla   Posted on 5 months ago

    sure im new too

    Posted 9 months ago in Form 45473

    Life Skills

    Why conifers plant have backed seed

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    PILOT RAJSAH FORD   Posted on 8 months ago

    Tell me

    Simon Kyama   Posted on 8 months ago

    Hizo eeeh zikona corona

    Zulfa Tsuma   Posted on 8 months ago

    Hi 2

    Aminaj Kipaya   Posted on 9 months ago

    hi me emmy jumma

    Posted 1 year ago in Form 45473

    Test/Exam Preparations

    HOW DO YOU DO MY FRIEND

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    Sylvia Auma   Posted on 5 months ago

    OK very ok

    Champion Winner   Posted on 6 months ago

    Fine how about you

    Alicia Mseke   Posted on 6 months ago

    Vry fine

    Fankie Peace   Posted on 7 months ago

    Fine

    Posted 2 years ago in Form 2

    MBABE

    what is skills

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    Cassian Duwe   Posted on 3 months ago

    mume

    PILOT RAJSAH FORD   Posted on 8 months ago

    Skill is ability to do something

    Anita Mungai   Posted on 8 months ago

    Ability of person used through physical and mental ways to come up with something

    SAJIDA SHARIFF   Posted on 10 months ago

    is the ability of lesning something

    Posted 3 years ago in Form 4

    What is mean of word ART??????????


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    PRISCA FRANK   Posted on 5 months ago

     is expressing your feelings in drawing things

    Orley Henry   Posted on 7 months ago

    Are you that stupid  

     

    PILOT RAJSAH FORD   Posted on 8 months ago

    Is expressing skills

    ASKARI WA MOTON SIMBA SPORT CLUB[ SSC]   Posted on 2 years ago

    Is anything that has any one

    Posted 3 years ago in Form 2

    Eary marriage

    eary marriage

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    Happiness Mselle   Posted on 4 months ago

    hahahaahah imature

    Sylvia Auma   Posted on 5 months ago

    Simon kyama u are rude

    Cindy Modimo   Posted on 6 months ago

    EARLY MARRIAGE THESE  ARE MARRIAGES INVOLVING PERSONS BELOW THE LEGAL AGE OF MARRIAGE WHICH IS 18 YEARS

    Jackline Mwita   Posted on 6 months ago

    Early marriage is a kind of marriage under 18 years

    Posted 3 years ago in Form 4

    Advise

    I and a certain guy used to be very best friends,but tulikwaruzana since mwaka Jana mwezi Wa tatu we never talked again till today.something bad ni kwamba Siku hiz amebadilika sana,hayuko makini na ukizingatia tuko cha 4

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    Happiness Mselle   Posted on 4 months ago

    juc mend your mistakes

    Becky Shadrack   Posted on 7 months ago

    I guess u should try talking to him

    PILOT RAJSAH FORD   Posted on 8 months ago

    Weak people revenge, strong people forgive ,but intelligent people forget msamehe also sahau yaliyotokea mwombe msamaha if you think umemkosea halafu advise him or her hii Ni kawaida kutokea I once experienced it with my best friend but now everything is ok

    Anita Mungai   Posted on 8 months ago

    If ua best friends then it should have settled but najua problem is hakuna mwenye anataka kuwa was keanza kuongelesha mwingine but nakuomba uwe strong umuombe msamaha coz wat am always told is that mwenye anaomba 4giveness is not the weakest but the strongest

    Posted 3 years ago in Form 1

    Importance of life skillsl

    what are the importance of life skil

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    Juin Dezinavel   Posted on 6 months ago

    To be able to solve problems kind of easily

    PILOT RAJSAH FORD   Posted on 8 months ago

    Live well with others

    Simon Kyama   Posted on 8 months ago

    You can google

    Macy Lee   Posted on 1 year ago

    check in civics book

    Posted 3 years ago in Form 3

    Why do we need to study life skills

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    ZIPPORAH Chepkorir   Posted on 7 months ago

    Make decision the right ones

    PILOT RAJSAH FORD   Posted on 8 months ago

    Understand others feeling and cope with emotions

    Fred Ngindo   Posted on 1 year ago

    It help to make a good leader as MAGUFULI EXELLENCE PRESIDENT OF TZ

     

    ASKARI WA MOTON SIMBA SPORT CLUB[ SSC]   Posted on 2 years ago

    wwe unaonaje!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Posted 3 years ago in Form 2

    Sexuality

    what is sexual 

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    James Vesa   Posted on 2 months ago

    relating to the instincts, physiological processes, and activities connected with physical attraction or intimate physical contact between individuals.

    Jace Norman   Posted on 2 months ago

    DO u want to do that

    Happiness Mselle   Posted on 4 months ago

    weka mbali na wtt

    HILLARY GARANG   Posted on 5 months ago

    ITS A SERIOUS THING

    Posted 3 years ago in Form 1

    CHANGES IN OUR CONTRY

     what difference do we have from past years to know

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    Nnahrizzy   Posted on 2 months ago

    a huge difference

    PILOT RAJSAH FORD   Posted on 8 months ago

    Big improvement

    Iysher Rusell   Posted on 2 years ago

    workin hard

    Delviner Odear   Posted on 2 years ago

    improvement in industries

    Posted 4 years ago in Form 4

    Me mwan

    why do we need life skill?

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    PILOT RAJSAH FORD   Posted on 8 months ago

    Live well in the society

    Delviner Odear   Posted on 2 years ago

    for ones knowledge

    ENITA FELIX   Posted on 3 years ago

    for relating properly with people around us

    Catrina Rai Kapoor   Posted on 3 years ago

    We need life skills in oder to cope with the environment and able to solve such problems that face our community

    Posted 4 years ago in Form 4

    Exprole more on Shule Direct. ..... LEARN ABOUT LIFE SKILLS

    A skill is the ability of an individual to apply his/her mental and physical power to control the environment. It involves things like thinking, playing and implementation so as to solve social, political, economic and culture problems. These skills are the ability to understand one self, build sound relationships with others, survive under difficult circumstances, act responsibly and safely, and solve problems. It addresses the balance between knowledge, attitude and skills.
    Need for Life Skills
    As children develop, their life begins to change. Adolescents may develop a variety of life skills to prepare them to face challenges, take up family responsibility, make decisions and think about what they want to be in the future. Life skills education addresses these issues for the benefit of the individual and society at large. Life skills equip adolescents with knowledge and attitudes that should lead to the requirement behavior. They reduce health risk and raise awareness on health and related behavior such as sexual abuse, drug abuse, violence, drunkenness, unwanted pregnancy, sexual transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV/AIDS. Life skills play a decisive role in helping to prevent these behaviors and enlightening teenagers about these challenges so that they can protect themselves.
    Types of Life Skills
    There are three major types of life skills. These are: individual life skills, social skills and effective decision- making skills.
    Individual Life Skills
    The ability of a person to know and understand personal feelings, emotions, strengths, weaknesses as well as the position in life and society. It is also the ability of an individual to have a clear vision of self-identity of where he/she come from and culture which has shaped him/her.
    The importance of Individual Life Skills
    Individual skill is very important in building self- esteem and self- confidence as a person becomes aware of his/her own capabilities and position in the community. The more individual is aware of personal capabilities, the more capable he/she is of using those skills effectively and be able to make choices which are consistent with the opportunities available in the society which one lives. Individual life skills include self-awareness, ability to cope with stress, with emotions and assertiveness.
    (a). Self-awareness
    Awareness is the ability of knowing things. Thus self- awareness is the ability of an individual to know himself or herself, his or her feelings, emotions, strengths and weaknesses. This skill enables a person to ask important questions about himself or herself.
    Evaluate yourself
    Ask yourself the following questions and try to answer them.
    • Who am I and what is my role in the society?
    • What do I like, what are my dislikes and why?
    • What makes me happy, what makes me unhappy and why?
    (b). Copying with stress
    Stress is a mental, emotional or physical tension or pressure. It can be caused by the events such as examinations, divorce, death of a family member or a friend or problems in the family. A person needs to develop skills that help him or her to cope with stress. Evaluate yourself: Let’s say you have failed in your annual examinations:
    • Would you be happy with the results? Why?
    • Would your parents be happy with the results? Why?
    • Would you be able to explain the results to other people? Why?
    • How would you cope with this situation?
    (c). Copying with emotions
    Emotions are strong feelings such as love, the desire to be accepted, fear, anger shyness and disgust. The ability to handle emotions enables a person to control his/her strong feelings and actions. Evaluate yourself. Let’s say you are too shy to ask or answer questions in class:
    • How would you feel about this situation? Why?
    • How would your fellow students react to this behaviour during the lesson?
    • How would you overcome your shyness?
    (d). Assertiveness
    Assertiveness is the ability of a person to know what he/she wants and why, and be able to take necessary steps to achieve it. An assertive person is able to express his or her opinions or desires strongly and with confidence. However in achieving what he/she wants the person has to consider rights of others. Evaluate yourself; Let’s say you are having a debate session in school. The motion is, `Teachers should build laboratories for practical training in the school. ` You are proposing this motion. How can you convince the other students to support your side?
    Social Skills
    This is the ability to understand and live in peace and harmony with others. These are skills for the development of positive interpersonal relationships with friends, family members, peers, people in authority and adults. Social life skills can be developed through the following:
    (a). Building positive relationships with others
    This is the ability of a person to meet and relate with others in various places such as schools, playing field and social gathering. Relationships can be between children and parents or students and teachers. They can also be between relatives, neighbours or peers. Being able to form healthy relationships enables one to know how to behave properly in each relationship.
    (b). Peer resistance
    Peer pressure iswhen one's peers/friends influence another person to do something. Our friends can influence us to do good or bad things. For example, positive peer pressure can lead to you to work harder in school and improve your grades. Negative peer pressure can cause you to engage in wrong activities, such as drugabusing andescaping from school. Such bad behavior will get you into trouble with your teachers and parents. No one wants to have a friend who can lead one into problems. Peer resistance helps an individual to take control of him/herself by resisting negative influences from others. Evaluate yourself:
    • Have you ever been influenced by your friends to do something?Elaborate
    • Was it good or bad?
    • What did you do when you were influenced to do bad things?
    (c). Empathy
    This is the ability to understand other people`s feelings and to feel concerned about their problems. When you empathize, you imagine yourself in the other people`s situation. This skill enables us to share our friend’s problems. Evaluate yourself:
    • How do you feel when your best friend is faced with problems?
    • Imagine your friend has failed the civic test. Say how you would feel and what can you do to help him/her?
    (d). Negotiation
    This is the ability to agree on issues without undermining or going against one’s principles. It is an important skill when disagreements occur. Negotiation skills build good understanding. Evaluate yourself. Imagine your friend wants you to discuss mathematics with him/her while you wanted to discuss civics. How would you negotiate with him/her so that both of you can agree?
    (e) Effective communication
    This is the ability of a person to communicate with people according to their mood, age and background. It includes speaking, reading, listening and writing skills. This skill is very important in maintaining good relationship with other people. Speaking correctly means saying what you want in a way that can be easily and clearly understood. Evaluate yourself;
    • Do you talk to your parents the same way you talk to your younger brother or sister? Why?
    • How do you talk to your best friend when he/she is happy? How do you talk to him/her when he or she is sad?
    Effective decision-making skills
    These skills enable a person to make good decisions. The following are the aspects of effective decision-making skills: Critical thinking, creative thinking, problem-solving and decision-making.
    (a) Critical thinking
    This is the ability of a person to develop a deep understanding of something. It helps a person to understand the environment in which he/she lives and problems which might prevent him or her from making proper decisions. Before making a decision, a critical thinker considers the advantages and disadvantages of various ways of doing something. Critical thinker helps a person to come up with ideas to solve problems. Evaluate yourself What problems does your school face? Can you find out their cause? Have you ever thought of how to solve them?
    (b) Creative thinking
    This is the ability to think and come up with new ideas and ways of doing things. In life, creative thinking helps an individual to come up with solutions that other people had not thought of. Evaluate yourself
    • Have you found problems at your school or home which other people did not know of?
    • Were you able to suggest solutions that other people had not thought of?
    (c) Decision-making
    This is the ability to make the best choice out of many available options. The choice is made after considering its results. In life, it is important to think about consequences before making a decision. Evaluate yourself; Imagine your pen cannot write and you do not have money to buy a new one. How do you solve this problem?
    Sources of Life Skills
    People learn life skills from different sources. The following are the major ones.
    1. Family: Parents, guardians and other relatives are primary source from whom we learn different life skills.
    2. Neighbors: We learn the different ways that people live from our neighbors. Good neighbors help us to behave well.
    3. Friends: Friends helps us to acquire various life skills. Exchanging good ideas with friends help to mold us in to well-behaved individuals.
    4. Schools: The good education we get at school enables us to develop skills for life.
    5. Society: the way people live in the society allows an individual to learn what is expected of him/her and how he/she should behave in different circumstances.
    6. Religion: Good religion teachings help to get skills which enable us to live harmoniously in society Note: The above mentioned sources of life skills are sources of positive and progressive life skills.

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    Goodlucky Mtei   Posted on 8 months ago

    Bakinayo

    PILOT RAJSAH FORD   Posted on 8 months ago

    Amazing

    Delviner Odear   Posted on 2 years ago

    its marvelous

    Lidia Fredy   Posted on 2 years ago

    soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

    Posted 4 years ago in Form 4

    Cmment on this

    Live the life your love then love the life live!!!!!!!!!! how about this?????

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    Nnahrizzy   Posted on 2 months ago

    cul xanaa

    PILOT RAJSAH FORD   Posted on 8 months ago

    Damn shit! I like it

    Simon Kyama   Posted on 8 months ago

    Yes bana

    Delviner Odear   Posted on 2 years ago

    its nice big up

    Posted 4 years ago in Form 4

    Dear my mumy!

    • Life skil help us in which way?????????????????????

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    HILLARY GARANG   Posted on 5 months ago

    OUR DAILY LIVES AND STUFF

    PILOT RAJSAH FORD   Posted on 8 months ago

    Solve problems

    Farida Kibwana   Posted on 3 years ago

    help us to understand our self

    Kelvin Nyela   Posted on 3 years ago

    dere are many wayz bob

    Posted 4 years ago in Form 2

    Wajibu winner of February and 2017

    Next Tuesday watapewa zawadi zao

    Kama haupo basi fanya mpango ns
    Wewe uingii. 

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    PILOT RAJSAH FORD   Posted on 8 months ago

    What

    Texaz Mc   Posted on 4 years ago

    inahusu nn?

    Francis HD   Posted on 4 years ago

    Tuesday imoooooo

    Posted 4 years ago in Form 2

    Meaning

    1. meaning of skill
    2. meaning of life skill
    3. aspects of life skill

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    Kelvin Nyela   Posted on 3 years ago

    axk joxiah

    Fortinatha Issaih   Posted on 4 years ago

    1.skill is the ability of person to understand his/her self.

    Nelson Minja   Posted on 4 years ago

    skill is the ability that a person has to do something and life skill is the ability of a person skill to manage his or her life properly and make it better

    Posted 4 years ago in Form 3

    HUMAN BEING SKELETON SYSTEM

    Differentiate between locomotion and movement

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    Tiddy Senior   Posted on 1 year ago

    movement is the act of changing position of an organinism While locomotion is the movement of whole body

    Halan Maiko   Posted on 2 years ago

    movement is the act of changi position pasture by whole or oganism or part of the organism

    Leila Evany   Posted on 4 years ago

    locomotion is the movement of whole body of living things but movement is when a living organism move from 1 place 2 anorther

    Fortinatha Issaih   Posted on 4 years ago

    locomotion is when a thing/living organism moves the whole body but movement is a change of position and its qn of bios not l/skill

    Posted 4 years ago in Form 3

    SOCIAL

    • WHAT ARE THE ASPECTS OF LIFE SKILL

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    JACK FROST CACTUS   Posted on 4 years ago

    kaulize civics

    Dia Nizer   Posted on 4 years ago

    1.INDIVIDUAL LIFE SKILLS 2.SOCIAL LIFE SKILLS 3.EFFECTIVE DECION LIFESKILLS

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