CIVICS FORM TWO REGIONAL EXAMS (MOCK, PRE-NATIONAL, etc.)

CANDIDATE NO: . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

CATHOLIC SCHOOLS ACADEMIC UNION (CASAU) 2022

FORM TWO PRE - MOCK ASSESSMENT

011 CIVICS

(For School Candidates Only)

Time: 2:30 Hours. Year: 2022

Instructions

1. This paper consists of sections A, B and C with a total of ten (10) questions.

2. Answer all questions in section A and B and one (1) question from section C.

3. Section A carries fifteen (15) marks, section B seventy (70) marks and section C carries fifteen (15) marks.

4. All answers must be written in the spaces provided.

5. All writing must be in blue or black ink.

6. All communication devices, calculators and any unauthorized materials are not allowed in the examination room.

7. Write your Examination Number at the top right corner of every page.

SECTION A (35 Marks)

Answer all questions from this section.

1. Choose the most correct Answer and write it’s in the space provided in this paper.

i) An organ of the state which is used to maintain, preserve and enact laws so as to keep peace, order and security is referred to as…

  1. Police
  2. Army
  3. Policy
  4. Court

ii) The illegal use of the public office for the personal gain is known as:

  1. Capitulation
  2. Corruption
  3. Consumption
  4. Contradiction

iii) The cornerstone of civilization of any society is

  1. Education
  2. Expansion
  3. Contradiction
  4. Conduction

iv) The members of the family are insisted that they should not fight, not insult one another or not show any sign of scorn. These members of the family generally we say they live in:

  1. Love
  2. Respect
  3. Peace
  4. Co-operation.

v) The National recognition is very important to be observed in any Nation. To be recognized it needs to have National Integrity which is also known as National:

  1. Unity
  2. Respect
  3. Peace
  4. Security.

vi) Citizenship of a person must be accepted by the Authority of the Nation. The person who is a citizen of a certain country with will all qualities is said to be a:

  1. President
  2. Resident
  3. Alien
  4. Nationalist.

vii) The select or elected group of people who are responsible for controlling the state or country is known as the

  1. Government
  2. Parliament
  3. Political party
  4. Democracy

viii) The human right which is released in form of having freedom without limit is commonly known as

  1. Over governed
  2. Liberty
  3. Liberion
  4. Anarchy

ix) The ability of an individual to express his/her opinions before the public without fear is called

  1. Assertiveness
  2. Problem solving
  3. Self-confidence
  4. Self- skills.

x) The rights which are not included officially in the instruments of law of the country and one cannot claim for them in the courts of law are the

  1. Legal rights
  2. Moral right
  3. Civil and political rights
  4. Environmental rights

Answers:

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2. Match the explanation in list A with their corresponding responded in List B to make the sentences complete and meaning.

LIST A LIST B

i. National Heritage in terms of wild-life

ii. Readiness of the people’s spirit to defend their Nation

iii. National sovereignty

iv. Symbol of Freedom and enlightenment

v. Tools used by peasants and farmers.

  1. Axe and Hoe
  2. Peak of Mount Kilimanjaro
  3. Uhuru torch
  4. Elephant trunk
  5. Sea waves
  6. National flag
  7. Shield and spear
  8. A man and woman

Answers:

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SECTION B (70 Marks)

Answer all questions from this section.

3. (a) Define citizenship by naturalization.

(b) Give five (05) qualification for someone to be citizen by naturalizations in Tanzania.

(c) Some act may result into someone losing his/her citizenship. Give three reasons that cause this to happen.

4. (a) Define family stability.

(b) Give four importance of family stability.

(c) National development is the improvement in the life of people in the country. Working hard increase country productions which make economy grow. In what ways does work contributing on national development. Give four points.

5. (a) Pressure group is a group of people that is actively tries to influence public opinion and government actions. Pressure group can be local, national or international. Give four pressure groups that are found in Tanzania.

(b) Give four (04) roles of pressure groups.

(c) Give four (04) signs that prove that Tanzania is sovereign.

6. (a) Road signs carry messages for road users through symbols, shapes and colors. Thus, road signs give instructions to road users so that the roads can be used. Give meaning of three named types of road signs.

(b) Give two procedures that should be followed when assisting disabled people, children and the elderly crossing the road.

7. (a) Life skills are the mental abilities that you use to control yourself and your environment. What are the consequences of not applying life skills in daily life? Give five points.

(b) Mention five (5) characteristics of a good problem solver.

8. (a) Define the following term as used in civics

i. Gender blindness

ii. Gender stereotype

iii. Gender analysis

iv. Gender equality

v. Gender equity.

9. (a) By giving five points access where Tanzania implements democracy in accordance with the principles of democracy.

(b) One among the principles of democracy is free and fair election. In what ways can a student participate in elections?

SECTION C (15 Marks)

Answer question ten (10)

10. Constitution is the system of laws and basic principles that a country or an organization is governed by. All laws of the country must conform to constitution. Referring the country like Tanzania, give eight (08) importance of constitution and seven (07) ways of protecting constitution.

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THE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

MOSHI MUNICIPAL COUNCIL

SECONDARY EDUCATION EXAMINATIONS SYNDICATE

011 CIVICS

FORM TWO MOCK EXAMINATION 

Monday 27Th June 2022 Pm Time: 2:30Hours   

INSTRUCTIONS. 

1. This paper consists of section A, B and C with the total of ten (10) questions.

2. Answer all questions in each section.

3. Section A carries 15marks, section B 70marks and section C carries 15marks

4. All writing must be in blue or black ink.

5. All answer must be written in the space provided to you.

6. All communication devices, calculators and any Unauthorized materials are NOT allowed in the examination room.

7. Write your examination number on every page of your answer sheet(s)

SECTION A. (15MARKS)  

1. For each of the items (i-x) choose the correct answer from among the given alternatives and write the letter in the table below

(i) Which activities among the following are mental related work?

  1. Banking and teaching
  2. Fishing and farming
  3. Mining and carpentry
  4. Communicating and mining

(ii) The collective name of the village government ward government and district council is

  1. Government authorities
  2. Urban authorities
  3. Rural authorities
  4. Customs

(iii) A type of marriage whereby a couple become a husband and wife before the district commissioner is called

  1. District marriage
  2. Early marriage
  3. Marriage
  4. Traditional marriage

(iv) The president of the United Republic of Tanzania realises some prisoners from jail during some national festivals. When he does so she uses her power as a

  1. Head of state
  2. Chair of the cabinet
  3. Head of the government
  4. Commanders in chief of armed forces

(v) One of the following is not a form of marriage

  1. Bigamy
  2. Courtship
  3. Monogamy
  4. Polygamy

(vi) A political meeting where candidates expected to be a leader explains their views promises and programs to voters is called

  1. Election propaganda
  2. Political games
  3. Election campaigns
  4. Devotes meeting

(vii) The national symbol in Tanzania that acts as national emblem is

  1. Freedom torch
  2. Court of arms
  3. National anthem
  4. National flag

(viii) The select as elected group of people who are responsible for controlling the state or country is known as the

  1. Government
  2. Parliament
  3. Political party
  4. Democratic

(ix) The ability of an individual to express his/her opinions before the public without fear is called

  1. Assertiveness
  2. Problem solving
  3. Self confidence
  4. Self-skills

(x) The rights which are not included officially in the instruments of law of the country and one cannot claim for them in the court of law are the

  1. Legal rights
  2. Moral rights
  3. Civil and political rights
  4. Environmental rights

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2. Match the explanation in list A with their corresponding responded in list B to make the sentences complete and meanings

LIST A.

LIST B.

i. National heritage in terms of wild life 

ii. Readiness of the people’s spirit to defend their nation 

iii. National sovereignty 

iv. Symbol of freedom and enlightenment 

v. Tools used by presents and farmers

  1. Axe and hoe
  2. Peak of Mount Kilimanjaro
  3. Uhuru torch
  4. Elephant truck
  5. Sea waves
  6. National flag
  7. Shield and spear
  8. A man and woman.


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SECTION B. (70 MARKS)

Answer all questions in the space provided for each question

3. As student of form two class advise your community the importance of studying civics:

4. Working hard increase country productions which make economy grow. In what ways does work contributing on national development? (five points)

5. It is better to solve problems immediately.Give five steps to follow

6. How local government spend its revenue.

7. Analyise five areas where we can obtain proper behavior?

8. Write five functions of parliament of Tanzania.

9. Define the following terms: 

(i) Nuclear family

(ii) Union government

(iii) Corruption

(iv) Executive branch

(v) Proper behaviour

 SECTION C ( 15 marks)  

10. Imagine that you are the police traffic for Moshi Municipality and you are invited to give a speech on the importance of obeying road signs. Which six (6) points will you consider

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THE UNITED REPUBLIC OF TANZANIA PRESIDENT’S OFFICE, REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

LUDEWA DISTRICT COUNCIL 

FORM TWO MOCK EXAMINATION 2022 

011 CIVICS 

Time2:30hrs 9th June 2022

INSTRUCTIONS

1. This paper consist of sections A,B and C

2. Answer all questions in section A, B and C

3. All writing must be in blue or black ink

4. All answers must be written in the spaces provided.

5. Cellular phones are not allowed in the examination room

6. Write your Examination Number at the top right corner of every page

FOR EXAMINERS’ USE ONLY

QUESTION NUMBER

SCORE

EXAMINERS’ INITIAL

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SECTION A (15Marks)

Answer all questions from this section

1. For each of the following items (i)-(x), choose the correct answer among of the given alternatives and write its letter besides the item number in the space provided

i. The public holidays are very important in our nation, since brings people together so as to discuss various national developmental issues and also become the room for leaders to address the nation.

Why the public holiday falling on the 26th of April each year is political striking to Tanzania?

  1. It marks the independence day of Tanzania
  2. It marks the union between Tanganyika and Zanzibar
  3. It marks the overthrow of Zanzibar sultanate
  4. It marks the inclusion of the bill of the rights in the United Republic constitution

ii. Free and fair elections are always strengthen democracy in any democratic country. Suppose you’re an election observer of the general election on Tanzania. What will guide you in concluding that the election was free and fair?

  1. The armed forces supervision of vote tallying
  2. The election to be supervised by judiciary
  3. The election campaigns to be held in free and not fair ways
  4. The registered voters cast their votes through a secret ballot box freely

iii. The government of Tanzania spend its money by paying the workers monthly in terms of salaries and buying medicine for hospitals and books for schools. What kind of this expenditure employed by government?

  1. Recurrent expenditure 
  2. Capital expenditure 
  3. Developmental expenditure
  4. Expenses expenditure

iv. Family stability is important not only to the family members, but also to the community as well as the nation. Which among of the following is not of the way in which the family stability is important.

  1. Children are not able to participate well in schooling as well as parents in their dairy activities
  2. Ensure that members are engaged in positive habits and activities
  3. Family members are able to participate in communal activities as cleaning up markets and planting trees
  4. The children become role modal to the other in the community

v. Kaboyi failed his exams, but he used his cognitive ability to select a course of action from his several possible alternatives to solve the problem that he had, through that action he succeeded so Kaboyi has which type of skills?

  1. Decision making 
  2. B. Negotiation skills 
  3. Life skills assertiveness 
  4. Assertiveness

vi. The central government of Tanzania is divided into three arms, in which each arm is performing its functions and duties including approving laws and treaties. Which among the following is the formal approval in parliament of national laws and international treaties so that they become legal.

  1. Impeachment 
  2. Bill of laws
  3. Ratification 
  4. Jurisdiction

vii. The legal status of being a citizen, not only legal situation of rights and responsibilities, but also relates to the behavior of the person who is a citizen, the qualities they show and action they take is?

  1. Naturalization 
  2. Patriotism
  3. Citizen 
  4. Citizenship

viii. The local government decided to make sure there is proper collection and use of revenue, to make sure there is effective application of by-laws and to promote social and economic welfare of people in their areas. This is to say local government is performed which function among the following?

  1. Mandatory functions 
  2. Permissive functions 
  3. Village assembly 
  4. Affidavits

ix. In Tanzania there were some of members of parliament who suspended by their party because of their misconduct, they were about nineteen from CHADEMA. Few days late they decided to form the voluntary organization with objectives of taking control of the government. This organization is likely to be termed as?

  1. Political party 
  2. Opposition party 
  3. Ruling party 
  4. Party organization

x. The national constitution is not like water in the bucket, since it need changes and amendment so as to satisfy the needs of the citizen in the nation. The constitution amendment of the united republic of Tanzania on 1984 was aimed to

  1. To introduce vice president as the running mate of presidential position in elections
  2. To increase the number of special seat for women in the parliament up to 30%
  3. The introduction of the bill of rights in national constitution
  4. Independence of judiciary and its power in legal matter was established

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2. Match the explanations on government concepts in List A with corresponding government concept in List B by writing the letter of the correct response below the corresponding item number in the table provided.

List A

List B

(i) Is the practice in which the clitoris is partially or completely removed

(ii) Is the practice which involves the removal of the some parts of female reproductive organ (vagina) especially clitoris

(iii) Is the practice whereby clitoris and labia minora are partially or completely removed, it may also involves the removal of labia majora

(iv) The vagina opening is narrowed and the caving seal is created, the inner or outer labia are cut off.

(v) Is the practice in which the wife of died man is supposed to engage in sex with the brother of her died man so as to remove bad luck

  1. Nyumba Ntohbu
  2. Clitoridectomy
  3. Wife beating
  4. Excision
  5. Standing spear
  6. Reckless sexual
  7. Infibulation
  8. Female Genital Mutilation
  9. Cleansing Widow

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SECTION B (70 Marks) 

Answer all questions from this section

3.Parents can abuse rights of their children by denying them education and not providing them basic needs such as food and clothing. Also society can abuse individual rights through beating and killing suspected criminals without giving them fair trial in a court of law, then government can abuse human rights through not including a bill of rights in the constitution and not maintaining the rule of law. Do you think what may be the consequences of the actions explained above? Use five points.

4. Responsibilities are the things a person has to perform as a rule. A citizen has to do certain things in the country in which he or she is a citizen. These are called civic responsibilities, economic responsibilities, social responsibilities and political responsibilities. In five points what are the duties and responsibilities of good citizen toward the people with special needs in Tanzania?

5. Explain what do you understand about the following terms as used in civics

i. Local government

ii. Female genital mutilation

iii. Political campaigns

iv. Road accident

v. Limitation of human rights

6. Solving problems is usually done in stages, one step at a time. These steps make up the problem solving process. One of the step is gathering information, which is done through different tools or instruments. What are these tools? Use five points.

7. A recent report in our mass media indicate a dangerous situation of the road safety in Tanzania. Suppose you are the Inspector General of Police (IGP), propose five measures to improve road safety in the country to be employed by government of The United Republic of Tanzania

8. The terms used in civics are not homogenous but likely heterogeneous. Since civics deals with different issues in our society. With detailed explanations, distinguish on the following terms as used in civics.

i. Absolute monarchy and constitution monarchy

ii. Cohabitation and courtship

iii. Sovereignty and liberty

iv. Human rights and bill of rights

v. Loans and grants

9. Early or pre mature marriage is the marriage of people who have not yet reached the legal age for such union. Do you think why this union occurs, while is harshly prohibited by the government? Use five facts.

SECTION C (15 Marks)

Answer all questions from this section

10. Life skills are said to be very important and useful in the family, society and national wide while many people gets success through these skills. In six arguments show how can we use social skills in daily life?

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PRESIDENT'S OFFICE REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

TANZANIA HEADS OF ISLAMIC SCHOOLS COUNCIL  

FORM TWO INTER ISLAMIC MOCK EXAMINATION

011 CIVICS

TIME: 2:30 HOURS Wednesday, 22nd September 2021 a.m.

Instructions

1. This paper consists of sections A, B and C with the total of seven (7) questions.

2. Answer all questions in sections A and B and one (1) question from section C.

3. All answers must be written in the spaces provided.

4. All writings must be blue or black ink.

5. All communication devices and calculators are not allowed in the examination room.

6. Write Your Examination Number on the top right of every page.

FOR EXAMINER’S USE ONLY

QUESTION NUMBER

SCORE

EXAMINER’S INITIALS

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CHECKER’S INITIALS


SECTION A: (35 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section

1.For each of the items (i) - (xx), choose the correct answer among the given alternatives and write its letter in the box provided:

(i) The following are national symbols except:

  1. The National Anthem
  2. The National Flag
  3. The National prestige
  4. The National Constitution.

(ii) When local governments enact laws in their areas of authority, the laws are called:

  1. Local government order
  2. Bills
  3. Manifesto
  4. By-laws.

(iii) The ability of a person to convey ideas, feelings, thoughts to be known to others is known as:

  1. Negotiation skills
  2. Empathy
  3. Peer pressure
  4. Effective communication skills.

(iv) On 17th March every year Tanzanians we remember an important event which is:

  1. Death of Sheikh Abeid Karume
  2. Death of Benjamin W. Mkapa
  3. Death of Maalim Seif Hamad
  4. Death of Dr. John Pombe Magufuli.

(v) Among the factors which have contributed to strong national integrity in Tanzania are:

  1. Religion and language
  2. Kiswahili language and monopartism
  3. Social interaction and multipartism
  4. National language and the Union.

(vi) Tanganyika became a Republic:

  1. Immediately after independence
  2. One year after independence
  3. Two years after independence
  4. After the Union with Zanzibar in 1964.

(vii) Traffic signs indicating NO ENTRY is an example of:

  1. Mandatory signs
  2. Dangerous signs
  3. Information signs
  4. Prohibitory signs.

(viii) Process of coming up with a new solution towards a problem in a society is called:

  1. Defining problem
  2. Gathering information
  3. Initiation mediation
  4. Generating the alternative.

(ix) Kind of family where children quickly learn to earn a living in a society is called:

  1. Extended family
  2. Nuclear family
  3. Couple family
  4. Single parent family.

(x) African Child Day is celebrated on 16th June every year in memory of:

  1. OAU birthday
  2. Safarina Massacre
  3. Sharpeville Massacre
  4. Soweto Massacre.

(xi) A voting area electing a representative to the National Assembly is called:

  1. Municipal Council
  2. Constituency
  3. Ballot paper
  4. Polling station.

(xii) Kind of life skills that help individuals to control their strong feelings and actions in the society is called:

  1. Self awareness
  2. Copying with stress
  3. Copying with emotion
  4. Sympathy.

(xiii) Which of the following Ministries is responsible for granting citizenship status in our country?

  1. Ministry of Foreign Affair and International Relations
  2. Ministry of Home Affairs
  3. Ministry of Communication and Cultural Affairs
  4. Ministry of Union.

(xiv) Inequality existed in job accessibility for men and women in society is called:

  1. Gender gap
  2. Gender issue
  3. Gender inequality
  4. Gender oppression.

(xv) An individual can be deprived his or her citizenship in Tanzania if she or he is doing the following EXCEPT:

  1. Having dual citizenship
  2. Commit crimes against the economy and state
  3. Do not fulfill civic responsibilities
  4. Make an attempt to overthrow the existing government.

(xvi) The following are tools to be employed in information gathering:

  1. Documentary review, cooperative teaching and questionnaire
  2. Guidance and counseling, Questionnaire and documentary review
  3. Initiation mediation, observation and documentary review
  4. Documentary review, observation and questionnaire.

(xvii) A country is said to be sovereign when:

  1. It gets grants from abroad
  2. No remnants of colonizers
  3. Internal affairs and external affairs are dominated by foreigners
  4. It has autonomy in external an internal affairs.

(xviii) Social factor that abuse human rights:

  1. Female Genital mutilation
  2. Education
  3. Protection of human right and people’s power
  4. Presence of CUF and CHADEMA.

(xix) Kind of dictatorship in which all political powers are in hands of one political part which dominates every aspect of human life is called:

  1. Totalitarianism
  2. Autocracy
  3. Caesarian
  4. Fascism.

(xx) Situation where one sex is treated either better or worse than the other is called:

  1. Gender analysis
  2. Gender equity
  3. Gender discrimination
  4. Gender blindness.

2. Match the explanations in LIST A with their correspondence in LIST B by writing the letter of the correct response below the corresponding item number in the table provided:

LIST A

LIST B

(i) Custom of having more than one husband at the same time

(ii) Civic marriage

(iii) Change behaviour to good and attractive

(iv) Formal relationship between two opposite sexes

(v) Great time to test every thing that come across.

  1. Peace
  2. Marriages
  3. Adolescence
  4. Polygamy
  5. Polyandry
  6. Courtship
  7. Under the approval of government leaders
  8. Religious marriages

Answer:

LIST A

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

LIST B






3. For each of the following statements write TRUE if the statement is correct or FALSE if the statement is incorrect.

(i) In presidential democracy the head of the Cabinet is called Prime Minister.____________

(ii) Franchise is termed as the right given to people to vote in public. __________

(iii) Problem solving is related to decision-making. ____________

(iv) One of the conditions for Parliamentary candidate is must be an adult citizen not less than 18 years old . ____________

(v) Gender equity is the sameness between men and women in the society. ______

(vi) Always successful courtship ends up with friendship engagement. __________

(vii) Duties is a legal or moral obligation of performing a certain task. ___________

(viii) Young people who engage in unsafe sex lack responsible decision making skills. ___________

(ix) The rights of Tanzanians are constitutionally guaranteed. _________________

(x) Sovereignty is a component of a nation. _________________

SECTION B: (50 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section

4. Read the following passage carefully and then answer the questions that follow:

A wildfire is unplanned fire that burns in natural areas such as forest, grassland, or prairie. The wildfire can spread quickly and can devastate not only wildlife and natural areas but also communities.

The risk of wildfires depends on a number of factors, including temperature, soil moisture, and the presence of trees, shrubs and other potential fuels.

Wildfires can disrupt transportation, communications, power and gas services as well as water supply. They also simultaneously impact weather and the climate by releasing large quantities of carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and fire particulate matters into the atmosphere. Resulting air pollution can cause a range of health issues, including respiratory and cardiovascular problems. Another significant health effect of wildfires is on mental health and psychosocial well-being.

The magnitude of the physical and human costs from wildfires can be reduced if adequate emergence prevention, preparedness, response and recovery measures are implemented in sustainable and timely manner. This includes strengthening human resources for disaster management, containing the release of harzadous materials, putting in place early warning systems and issuing health and air quality advisories.

Questions:

(a) Suggest the suitable title for the passage:

(b) Mention three causes of wild fires in the world:

(c) According to the passage, why wildfires are very dangerous? (Give two reasons)

(d) What does the writer mean when he/she says wildfires can be reduced if adequate emergency and measures are implemented?

(e) What are three effects of wildfires on the health of human beings?

5.Define the following concepts and for each give two points on its importance/effect

(a) Judiciary

(b) Educational Guidance and Counseling Definition:

(c) Public holidays Definition:

(d) Rights Definition:

(e) Road safety education Definition:

(f) Courtship Definition:

(g) Gender equality Definition

(h) Single party system

(i) Life skills Definition

(j) Family stability Definition

SECTION C: (15 Marks)

Answer one (1) question in this section

6. Explain six (6) ways in which HIV/AIDS can be prevented in our society.

7. Explain six (6) factors influenced and precipitated the union between Tanganyika and Zanzibar.

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