History 2 Form Six Examination 2024 1

Time: 03 Hours Instructions: This paper consist of seven questions. Answer a total of five question, question one is compulsory. Each question carries 20 marks. Cellular phone and any unauthorized materials are not allowed in the examination room. Write your examination number on every page of your answer sheet(s). Answer five questions, question one is compulsory. 1.  Explain the reasons for Neo colonialism to persist in Third World countries despite achieving their political independence. 2.  Analyse the measures which were taken to overcome the obstacles which hindered the development of agricultural sector in Britain during feudalism. 3.  Show how the 1848 revolution crumbled the despotic and divine rule in Europe. 4.  Analyse the political and economic changes that necessitated the transition from competitive to monopoly capitalism. 5.  Examine challenges emanating from the 1967 Arusha Declaration. 6.  Give the reasons which made the New Deal Programmes fail to achieve economic re

History 1 Form Six Examination 2024 1

Time: 3 Hours Instructions 1. This paper consist of seven questions. 2. Answer a total of five questions. Question one is compulsory. 3. Each question carries twenty marks. 4. Cellular phones and any unauthorized materials are not allowed in the examination room. 5. Write your examination number on every page of your answer booklet. Answer five  questions, question one  is compulsory. 1.  Propose six ways of overcoming poverty in Tanzania. 2.  Provide six reasons which made some pre colonial African societies evolve into feudal  mode of production. 3.  Show how Africa was affected by the developmental gap between her and the Western Europe from the 15 th  century to 1960s. 4.  Give reasons which made the capitalists to permit Africans to produce cash crops during colonial time. 5.  Show the significance of physical infrastructural systems in the colonial economy. 6.  Colonial education was nothing but education for subordination, creation of mental confusion and the development of unde

Oral and Written Literature | Form Five and Six

Topic Objectives 1.  Concept of literature. 2.  Major types of literature. 3.  Relationship between language and literature. 4.  Major elements of literature. Concept of literature Literature is a work of art expressed in words, using languages creatively to express human realities. Approaches used to define literature (i)  Criteria approach This approach provide criteria that must be met by all texts so that they are called literature. (ii)  Prototypical approach which focuses on a particular good example of literature to which other examples bear resemblance. It is suggested that prototypical literary works are: - written texts, - marked by careful use of language, including features such as metaphors, well-turned phrases, elegant syntax, rhyme, alliteration and meter, - in a literary genre (poetry, prose, fiction, or drama) - read aesthetically, - Intended to be read aesthetically, - contain many weak implicatures and - are deliberately somewhat open to interpretation. The usual ap