History Online Examination for Form Four 1 2019


History Online Examination for Form Four 1 2019


Endapo unataka kufanya mtihani huu ili usahihishwe na Mwalimu, zingatia mambo haya:
1. Mtu yeyote na popote alipo 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. Bofya hapa kusoma maelekezo yote.
Time: 2.30 hours
Instructions
1. There is no choice in this exam, answer all questions
2. Write your name on every page of your answer booklets
3. Unpaid exams will not be marked. (Mitihani isiyolipiwa, haitasahihishwa.)
4. If you deceive, you deceive yourself. (Ukifanya udanganyifu, hunidanganyi mimi, unajidanganya mwenyewe.)
Section A (20 Marks)
1. For each of the item I-V, choose the correct answer from the given alternatives
I. This sentence explain the meaning of History
A. It is a lesson about the past that does not apply to man
B. It is a lesson about ancient things told by the elders only
C. The study of past events, particularly in human affairs.
D. The subject of the old events that was not witnessed by man.
E. Anything that deal with memory of events.
II. The best definition of evolution of man is
A. Rapid change of man activities, from hunting to gathering
B. The lengthy process of change by which people originated from apelike ancestors.
C. The time man started to have his own culture
D. The time man was able to control his environment
E. Refer to the time when man was fighting to conquer different states
III. This statement show the relationship between agriculture and technological development EXCEPT
A. The increased use of iron tools among the different societies of Africa, led to the increase of land for cultivation, which resulted into increased agricultural productivity.
B. The food storage skills insured an insurance against loss of future crops through natural disasters such as drought or flood thus food supply throughout the year.
C. The use of manure renewed the land and thus increased production.
D. Crop rotation technique avoided the loss of soil fertility
E. The media like radio, television and newspapers, encouraged people to engage in agriculture
IV. Another name of kinship is
A. Clan
B. Age set
C. Organization
D. State
E. Ntemi ship
v. This is the social factors which gave rise to interactions among the people of Africa.
A. Trade  B. Search for new land  C. Colonialism  D. Intermarriage E. Barter trade
2. Match the item in list A with the correct response in list B
I. An organization comprising less developed countries in the World
A. ECOWAS
II. A regional grouping of countries form West Africa
B. AU
III. An organization which replaced the former Organization of African Unity
C. TANU
iv. An organization which was founded by Julius Nyerere, Jomo Kenyatta and Milton Obote
D. NAM
v. A political party headed by Julius Nyerere
E. EAC
LIST A
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Section B (20 marks)
3. Draw a sketch map of Africa and locate the following
I. A country in West Africa which attained independence under Nnandi Azikiwe
II. A country which became peacefull after the death of Jonas Savimbi in 2002
III. A country whose her nationalistic leader became president after being imprisoned for 27 years
IV. Germany East Africa
V. A country in which the headquarters of African Union is situated
4. Outline three features of slavery and two uses of slaves
5. Arrange the following statements in Chronological order by writing number 1 to 5 beside the item number
I. Portuguese were expelled from the fort Jesus
II. Vasco Da Gama reaches East Africa
III. Bartholomew Diaz reaches the cape of Good Hope
IV. Tanganyika becomes a mandate colony under the British
V. Britain becomes the first nation to undergo industrial revolution
Section C (60 marks)
6. Assess the causes of the scramble for Africa leading to the partition. (Six points)

7. Appraise the motive for the application of any of the Colonial Administrative systems. (Six points)

8. Analyse the short and long term causes of the First World War. (Six points)

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