Although different sources of modern teaching and learning materials are now available and ubiquitous, this has not reduce the significance of using textbooks in education.
Textbooks provide a source of accurate, authorised and verifiable information for the teacher to feed the learners with. In turn also, textbooks give learners the opportunity to confirm the knowledge they have acquired.
Compared to other instructional media, it is not usually easy to corrupt or juxtapose information already archived in a textbook. Thus, we suggest you complement your instructional materials with textbooks in your academic journey. Enjoy your reading!.
If you needed a textbook and it is difficult to get in your location, you may contact some of the textbook publishers listed below. You can also WhatsApp us on the number on top of this page to buy a textbook.
Africana First Publishers PLC
Bounty Press Limited
Macmillan Nigeria Publishers Limited
Tonad Publishers Limited
University Press PLC
|A1-01||Essential Financial Accounting||R. A. Ibrahim & R. A. Kazeem|
|A1-02||Simplified & Amplified Book Keeping & Accounting||Femi Longe|
|A2-01||Comprehensive Certificate Agricultural Science for Senior Secondary Schools 1, 2 and 3||L.A. Are, et al|
|A3-01||Essential Animal Husbandry for Senior Secondary Schools 1, 2 and 3||A. O. Olumese|
|B1-01||Essential Biology||M.C. Michael|
|B1-02||Modern Biology for Senior Secondary Schools 1, 2 and 3||Sarojini T. Ramalingam, Lucy I. Akunwa, J.B.C. Obidiwe|
|C1-01||New School Chemistry for Senior Secondary Schools 1, 2 and 3 (2016 Edition)||Osei Yaw Ababio, revised by L.E.S. Akpanisi, Herbert Igwe|
|C1-02||Essential Chemistry for Senior Secondary Schools 1, 2 and 3 (9th Edition)||I. A. Odesina|
|C1-03||Understanding Chemistry for Schools and Colleges 1, 2 and 3||Godwin O. Ojokuku|
|C2-01||Civic Education for Senior Secondary School 3||Ninilola O. O., et al, (2014).. African Resource|
|C3-01||Essential Commerce for Senior Secondary Schools 1, 2 and 3||O.A. Longe|
|D1-01||Data Processing for Senior Secondary Education 1, 2 and 3||HiiT Plc|
|E1-01||Essential Economics for Senior Secondary Schools 1, 2 and 3||Cole Esan Ande|
|E1-02||Amplified & Simplified Economics for Senior Secondary Schools 1, 2 and 3||Femi Longe|
|E2-01||New Oxford Secondary English Course for Senior Secondary Schools 2||Ayo Banjo, et al|
|E2-02||New Concept English for Senior Secondary Schools 1||J. Eyisi, et al|
|E2-03||New Concept English for Senior Secondary Schools 2||J. Eyisi, et al|
|E2-04||New Concept English for Senior Secondary Schools 3||J. Eyisi, et al|
|F1-01||New Further Mathematics Project for Senior Secondary Schools 2||M.R. Tuttuh-Adegun, D. Godspower Adegoke|
|G2-01||Essential Government for Senior Secondary Schools 1, 2 and 3||Dibie C. Chris|
|M1-01||Comprehensive Mathematics for Senior Secondary Schools||D. B. Adu|
|M1-02||Essential Mathematics for Senior Secondary Schools 1, 2 and 3||U.E. Asuquo, D.J. Tochukwu, O.J. Felemu|
|M1-03||New General Mathematics for Senior Secondary Schools 1||MF Macrae, et al|
|M1-04||New General Mathematics for Senior Secondary Schools 2||MF Macrae, et al|
|M1-05||New General Mathematics for Senior Secondary Schools 3||MF Macrae, et al|
|P1-01||New School Physics for Senior Secondary Schools 1, 2 and 3||M. W. Anyakoha|
|P1-02||Senior Secondary Physics (Current Edition)||P.N. Okeke, F.N. Okeke, S.F. Akande|
From the above matrix, there should be three (3) lesson notes per class per subject. That is, nine (9) lesson notes are required in each subject from SS One to SS Three. So, the number of lesson notes and/or textbooks a student should have depends on how many subjects that student is offering.
Besides, when developing a virtual classroom or an e-class, the best practice is to properly classify unit of instruction into subject and category or class. We at ANA ARM TECHNOLOGIES, we have the expertise, resources and experience spanning several years in education technology to provide the needed solution for your e-Learning.