Literature in English Form Four Examination| Pre Necta 1

Literature in English Form Four Examination| Pre Necta 1

Endapo unataka kufanya mtihani huu ili usahihishwe na Mwalimu Makoba, zingatia mambo haya:

1. Mtu yeyote na kokote aliko anaruhusiwa kufanya mtihani huu.
2. Fanya mtihani huu kwa kutumia aina yoyote ya karatasi.
3. Ukimaliza, piga picha karatasi hizo kisha zitume WhatsApp kwenye namba ya Mwalimu Makoba, 0754 89 53 21.
4. Subiri mtihani wako usahihishwe, Urudishiwe na ufanyiwe masahihisho.
5. Gharama ya mtihani huu ni shilingi 2,000/= (elfu mbili) tu.
Namba za malipo ni: M – Pesa 0754 89 53 21 (Daud Mhuli) na Tigo pesa 0653 25 05 66 (Daud Makoba)
“Kwa kuwa lengo la mtihani huu ni kutaka kujua uwezo na mapungufu ya mwanafunzi ili aweze kupewa mbinu mbadala za kumsaidia kufaulu mtihani wake wa mwisho, kuangalizia majibu hakuna faida yoyote kwani lengo la mtihani si kubaini nani atakuwa wa kwanza na yupi atakuwa wa mwisho!”
Mwalimu Makoba, Mwalimu wa Walimu na Wanafunzi.

Sasa fanya mtihani wako…

Time 2.30 hours
Answer all questions

SECTION A (40 Marks)
1. Write brief explanations on each of the following literary terms.
(a) Fiction (b) Film (c) Stage direction (d) Episode (e) Figures of speech  (f) Setting (g) Tragic comedy (h) Verse (i) Scene (j) Play within play.
2. Account for features of play/drama which make it different from other genres of literature.
SECTION B (20 Marks) 
3. “Western education is a source of African culture destruction.” With reference to two readings, discuss.

SECTION C (20 Marks)
3. “The white men underdeveloped Africa.”  Assess the validity of this statement with evidence from two readings. (Use four points from each reading).
SECTION D (20 Marks)
Answer one (1) question from this section.
Read the following poem and answer the question that follow.

If we must die - let it be not like hogs
Hunted and penned in an inglorious spot,
While round us bark the mad and hungry dogs,
Making their mock at our accursed lot.

If we must die - oh let us nobly die
So that our precious blood may not be shed
In vain: then even the monsters we defy
Shall be constrained to honour us through dead!
Oh Kinsmen! We must meet the common foe;
Though far outnumbered, let us show our bravery
And for their thousand blows one deathblow!
What though before us lies the open grave?
Like men we’ll face the murderous, cowardly pack,
Pressed to the wall, dying but fighting back!

(a) What is the poem about?
(b) What type of poem is this? Why?
(c) Identify four poetic devices used in the poem.
(d) What four things do you learn from this poem?
(e) Mention four themes found in the poem.
(f) Briefly explain how relevant the poem is to the Tanzanian society.
6. Use two poems to show how poetry is good indicator of problems in the society.

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