History Online Examination for Form Four 3 2019 | New Format

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It is far more honorable to fail than to cheat.
Time: 3:00 hours

Section A (20 Marks)
Answer all questions in this section
1. For each of the items (I) - (xv) choose the correct answer from among the given alternatives and write its letter in the box provided. (15 marks)
I. Which one of the following sites represents the Early Stone Age?
A. Bagamoyo B. Isimila C. Olduvai Gorge D. Kilwa
II. The goods imported to East Africa from Arabia and Persia Gulf include
A. Glass, pottery and porcelain
B. Beads, cloth and copper
C. Axes, swords and spear
D. Ivory, gold and palm oil
III. One of the factors for the rise of states in the pre-colonial East Africa was
A. Diplomacy b. agreement c. moresby treaty d. warfare
IV. The most important factor for interaction among people in Africa was
A. Agriculture b. war c. trade d. pastoralism
V. When did Vasco Da Gama reach East Africa?
A. 1884 b. 1498 c. 1652 d. 1598
VI. Which one was the first treaty signed for the abolition of slave trade in East Africa?
A. Moresby treaty b. Anglo German Treaty C. Hamerton treaty D. Heligoland treaty
VII. One of the characteristics of man before the discovery of iron technology was
A. Involvement in slave trade b. establishment of industries for pebble tools c. reliance on industrial goods d. dependence on environment for survival
VIII. Important urban centres like Meroe in Western Sudan emerged as a result of
A. Improved agriculture b. salt making c. metal working d. ship building technology
IX. European took laborers from Africa during the Trans Atlantic slave trade because the Africans were
A. Weak but resistant to diseases b. sick but very strong c. unable to do any job d. strong and hard working.
X. The Western Sudanic states which engaged in Trans-saharan trade were
A. Mali, Songhai and Bagamoyo b. Ghana, Asante and Buganda c. Oyo, Benin and Mwanamutapa d. Ghana, Mali and Songhai
XI. History is the study of
A. Future events b. present events c. past events d. all African events
XII. Which of the following is a scientific method of determining date of the past remains?
A. Archaeology b. time graphs c. caron 14 d. time charts
XIII. One of the important item of the shift of man from walking by four limbs to bipedalism was
A. Defending against enemies b. making and using tools c. cooking and living in caves d. hunting and gathering
XIV. During which period did the pre colonial Tanzanian communities engage in painting and drawing found at KondoaIrangi?
A. Late stone age b. old stone age c. industrial age d. early stone age
XV. Peace and intermarriage during pre colonial period were among the results of
A. Trade between neighbors b. war between neighbors c. conquest of neighbors d. war and slave trade
2. match the item in List A with the correct responses in List B by writing the letter of the correct response before the corresponding item number in the table provided. (5 Marks)

List A

I. A coastal city state which was ruined by the Portuguese attack.
II. A town in which the Portuguese built the headquarter in East Africa.
III. One of the famous local museum in Tanzania.
IV. A trade centre which formed the core of the vast empire called Songhai.
V. A major slave market in East Africa.

List B

A. Mombasa
B. Isimila
C. Bagamoyo
D. Katanga
E. Tanghaza
F. Kilwa
G. Meroe
H. Rusinga island
I. Kondoa irangi
J. Zanzibar
K. Gao
L. Nsongezi
M. Kalenga
N. Uvinza
O. Ugweno

Section B (35 Marks)
3. Briefly explain the following terms: (12 marks)
i. Feudalism
ii. Trans-saharan trade
iii. Umwinyi
iv. Historical sites
v. Carbon 14
vi. Land alienation
4. Arrange the following sentences in a chronological order by writing their roman numbers in the table provided.
I. Development of industrial revolution in Europe created the need for raw materials, markets and area for investment.
II. Successful treaties which were made between European agents and African rulers in 1880s marked the beginning of African colonization.
III. European governments sent different groups as agents of colonialism to explore African continent.
IV. Agents of colonialism reported African’s economic potentials and the evils of slave trade.
V. The British government and humanitarian associations pioneered the abolition of slave trade.
VI. After a long period of colonialism, Africans are now independent.
5. Draw a sketch map of Africa and locate the following: (11 marks)
I. A country in West Africa which attained its independence under the leadership of Nnandi Azikiwe.
II. A country which became peaceful after the death of Jonas Savimbi in 2002.
III. A county which its nationalistic leader became a president after 27 years of imprisonment.
IV. German East Africa.
V. A country in which the headquarter of African Union is situated.
Section C (45 marks)
Answer three questions
6. Analyze the similarities of any two colonial administration system. (six points)
7. In six points, evaluate the resolutions of the Berlin Conference.
8. Analyse six factors which caused the first world war spread world wide.
9. Analyse six reasons for the rise of social and welfare associations.