CIVICS FORM FOUR PRE – MOCK EXAMINATION WITH ANSWERS

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CIVICS FORM FOUR PRE - MOCK EXAMINATION WITH ANSWERS

CIVICS FORM FOUR PRE – MOCK EXAMINATION WITH ANSWERS

 

SECTION A (15 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section

 

1.  For each of the items (i– x), choose the correct response and write its letter in the box provided.

i) In communication process, reading, writing, listening and speaking are considered as:-

A) Basic communication skills

B) Non – verbal communication

C) Communication model

D) Modern form of communication

E) Communication barrier

ii) A vote taken to approve or disapprove the conduct of a leader is called.

A) Veto power

B) Vote of no confidence

C) Secret ballot

D) Suffrage

E) Subordinate

 

iii) Collective name for town, municipal, district and city council is

A) Urban authority

B) People’s power

C) Native authority

D) Local authority

E) Executive authority

 

iv) Critical thinking skills makes people

A) Create problem

B) Understand something

C) Think and reason out before making decision

D) Get into bad situation

E) Inability to solve problem

 

v) One of the objectives of women association is

A) To emphasize an Female Genital Mutilation

B) To prepare women for traditional entertainment

C) To create awareness on the concerns and issue of women welfare

D) To bring friendship

E) To design good wearing style

 

vi) The type of electoral system used by Tanzania in obtaining leaders is known as

A) Combined system

B) Simple majority system

C) Complex majority system

D) Proportional system

E) Local government

 

vii) Mr. Mitomingi is a village chair person who uses his power to arrest and send some villagers to the police

station without listening to them, which of the freedom of human rights does he go against?

A) Freedom of association

B) Freedom of participation in public affairs

C) Freedom of movement

D) Freedom to own properties

E) Freedom of expression

 

viii) The constitution of 1965 in Tanzania resulted to from

A) The independence of Tanganyika

B) The independence of Zanzibar

C) The Union of Tanganyika and Zanzibar

D) The introduction of Monoparty system

E) The introduction of multiparty system

ix) International recognition is one the characteristics of a nation which means the following EXCEPT,

A) Being sovereign

B) Being tree to decide and implement own policies

C) Being not part of another nation

D) Being economically and politically dependent of another nation

E) Has boundaries of a territory

 

x) The executive body of the village authority is

A) Village government

B) Village assembly

C) Village council

D) Village chair person

E) Village executive officer

ANSWERS FOR QUESTION 1

i ii iii iv v vi vii viii ix x
A B A C C A E C D C

 

2.  Match the explanation in List A with the correct component of coat of Arms in List B by writing the letter of the corresponding response beside the item number in the booklet provided.

LIST A LIST B
  1. Represents national heritage in terms of wildlife
  2. Represent readiness of people to defend the nation
  3. Represent national sovereignty
  4. Symbol of freedom and enlightenment
  5. Represent tools used by peasants and farmers.
  1. Axe and hoe
  2. Peak of mountain Kilimanjaro
  3. Uhuru torch
  4. Elephant tasks
  5. Sea waves
  6. National flag
  7. Shield and spear
  8. A man and women

ANSWERS FOR QUESTION 2

i ii iii iv v
D G F C A

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SECTION B. (40 MARKS)

 

3. Read the following passage carefully and answer question that follow.

Constitution amendment is the process of marking some changes for the aim of improving the laws in the constitution. The history of the constitutional amendment in Tanzania has some through various stages that were influenced by the Tanzania change of needs. In 1984 the constitution was amended by the introduction of a bill of common rights in 1992 the normal commission made recommendations to amend both union and Zanzibar constitution to make Tanzania multi-party state this paved the way to a multiparty political system.

Other amendments changed the composition of the national assembly which consisted of elected members 15% of the total membership of women representatives were to be appointed by their parties. Also, parliament and presidential candidates were to be nominated by any registered party. The amendment provided for the election of the president and his removal by way of impeachment system of running state was introduced to be paired up a presidential and vice presidential candidate. It also provided for the post for the post of prime-minister on him by the national assembly. The prime minister was required to take an oath to defend and mature union.

QUESTIONS

a) Suggest a suitable title for the passage.

b) Mention  two years of amendment took place in the national constitution according to the passage

  1. ………………………………………………………………..
  2. …………………………………………………………………..

c) Provide the major change made in 1984 constitution amendment.

d)  Explain the word constitution according to your experience.

4. Outline the importance of life skills to the individual person and the society at large.

5. Mention down five institutions that play role in the promotion and prevention of national culture in Tanzania

6. Briefly describe five forms of government.

7. Briefly explain five internal effects of poverty in Tanzania.

8. Give 5 (five) points to elaborate the importance of studying civics.

9. (a) What is corona virus? (COVID 19)

(b)In four points identify the ways on how can you protect yourself from corona virus (Covid 19)

10. Explain five  challenges  facing government in the provision of education services in Tanzania

 

ANSWERS FOR SECTION B

3.(a) CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT

(b) (i) 1994

(ii) 1992

(c) The introduction of a bill of human rights.

(d) The system of laws and basic principles that a country or an organization is governed by.

 

4.It helps to make proper decision in life

  1. It develops good behavior
  2. It increase love and understanding for other people
  3. It maintains peace and order
  4. It helps to understanding environment and the way of fitting it.
  5. It helps to respond effectively to different situation.

 

5

  • The national Kiswahili council (NKC)
  • The national sports council     (NSC)
  • The national festival and state celebration
  • The Departments of Museums antiquities and national archieves
  • The national sports council
  • National film censorship board
  • The council of arts and crafts
  • Education institutions

CIVICS FORM FOUR PRE – MOCK EXAMINATION WITH ANSWERS

6. Forms of government

  1. Republic government
  2. Union government
  3. Monarchy government
  4. Federal government
  5. Totalitarian government.

7

  • High mortality rate
  • Family break up
  • Un employment
  • Low technology
  • Poor infrastructure
  • Low life expectance

8.

  •   To understand human rights
  • To understand environment that we live
  • To understand and uphold our culture
  • To promote peace and security in our society
  • To understand duties and responsibilities of citizens
  • To understand and establish good relationship with other countries

9

A) Corona virus: – is a new respiratory virus which spreads primarily through droplets of saliva, coughs, discharge

from the nose and sneezes.

B) Four (4) ways on how to protect yourself from corona virus

  1. Avoid crowded places
  2. Avoid shaking hands, hugs or kisses
  3. Avoid touching of eyes, nose, mouth and touching the area that has been touched by infected person.
  4. Covering mouth and nose with a disposable tissue when coughing or sneezing.
  5. Wash your hands with soap and running water frequently or with hand sanitizer
  6. Seek medical care if you have fever, cough or difficulty breathing
  7. Avoid close contact with anyone who shows symptoms like cough and fever

 

10 (i) Shortage of important school instruments.

(ii) Low salaries to the teaching profession.

(iii) Poor collection of resources to the sector.

(iv) Unavailability of electricity.

(v) The number of teachers to be less than number  of students.

 

SECTION C (MARKS 45)

Answer any three questions from this section (each question carries 15 marks)

11. Explain factors that foreigner has to fulfill to acquire citizenship in Tanzania.                (give 6 points)

12.  The debate on the merits and demerits of globalization sometimes generate more questions than answers, in the light of this quotation, show (6) six socio-economic demerits of globalization in Tanzania.

13. There is also unquestionable view that culture is dynamic.  In the light of this statement explain any six merits of cultural change to Tanzania.

14. Analyse six importances of invisible sectors in economic development of the country like Tanzania.

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ANSWERS FOR SECTION C

He/She must be a person of good behavior

QUESTION 11

  1.  He/She must be able to speak Kiswahili or English fluently
  2. He/She must renounce his/her former citizenship
  3. He/She must be 21 years old or above
  4. He/She must have lived legally in the country for at least 5 years
  5.  One must make a promise to be a good citizen and to be loyal to the constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania

QUESTION 12

  • Decline of local industries
  • Unemployment
  • It lead to unequal exchange
  • Increase in people’s expenditure
  • The spread of materialist lifestyle altitude
  • Social evils
  • Exploitation of citizens

 

QUESTION 13

The five merits of cultural change to Tanzania are as follows:

  • Tanzania has adopted the use of technology  in  agriculture and hence increases productions  and  profit as well
  • Cultural change has brought liberation on individuals in a sense that they get access to what happens globally and use the knowledge through the technology available to improve their business and knowledge.
  • Cultural changes have accelerated promotion of human right in  a  sense that negative   social cultural  practices   especially  against women and children have been  eliminated .
  • Cultural  change  has  improved / strengthened democracy  in Tanzania
  • Cultural change has  given Tanzania access to  interact with the global world
  • It helps people with environment due to acquisition at new skills

 

QUESTION 14

Invisible sectors is the part of economic activities that is not taxes, monitored by any form of government, or permanent places to conduct it

  1. Provides jobs which reduces the unemployment problem
  2. Generates income for individuals linked to these activities
  3. It helps to alleviate poverty
  4. Bolsters entrepreneurial activity
  5. Helps to bring the commodities to the customers doors
  6. Contribute the income to the local government
  7. Makes easier the supply of goods and services since the exchange takes place on the same day

 

 

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