SUBJECT: CIVIC & MORAL                CLASS : 5

NAME: …………………………………………………..  DATE: ……….........…


  1. The following are pupils or group of people who need special need except                 (A) children (B) leaders               (C) people with disabilities (D) women (E) lame
  2. What does the tendency of giving more chance of employment to men than women show?                             (A) respect for gender               (B) equality               (C) disrespect for gender                             (D) gender discrimination               (E) gender abuse                                                        
  3. Mr John is a tour guide, this year he us a lot of tourist in his company . what attracts tourist in Tanzania               (A) roads and poultry keeping               (B) flower garden and rain               (C) mountains and national parks               (D) playing grounds and fish ponds               (E) five star hotels and restaurants
  4. Which traditional activity is practiced by people living near the ocean or lake? (A) keeping fish               (B) constraction of dams               (C) fishing               (D) rice farming
  5. The work of tending cattle in the community was done by________(A) girls  (B) old men                             (C) old women               (D) boys               (E) disabled peoples                                          
  6. The following are traditional dress codes Kanzu, msuli and baraghashia are for peoples of __________               (A) maasai               (B) coastal people               (C) people who live in central  Tanzania                             (D) northern Tanzania (E) people from the lake region              
  7. The following are acts which show respect to children except________  (A) respecting them                             (B) listerning to them               (C) providing basic needs to them               (D) giving them time to play               (E) by not taking them to school                           
  8. What do we call the people who have advanced in age ___  (A) the elderly (B) the young                             (C) the youth               (D) the junior               (E) the mentally impaired people
  9. The process of giving heavy work to people below 18years is called (A) child labour (B) child abuse               (C) the deaf               (D) the lame and crippled               (E) the dump                           
  10. Pupils with physical disabilities need the following except_____________(A)respecting and treating them well               (B) listening to them               (C) abusing them because of their out look?               (D) providing them with healthcare               (E) giving them a chance to take part in different activities .
  11. The national symbol which is a medium of exchange is  (A) map  (B) currency                (C) national anthem               (D) freedom torch               (E) coat of arm                            
  12. The following factors are important for planning household tasks except  (A) time                                           (B) method (C) materials to use (D) money (E) none of the above             
  13. The Zaramo, maasai and chagga are found in Tanzania  (A) reliagions  (B) ethnic groups                             (C) traditional house               (D) leaders               (E) economic companies             
  14. Which of the following is not a tool for defence and security?  (A) bow  (B) spear               (C) shield               (D) rake               (E) arrows                                                                                   
  15. A person who does a certain task without being told or asking pay is called a __________                             (A) voluntary               (B) volunteer               (C) volunteers               (D) responsible               (E) irresponsible.
  16. A school reputation can be destroyed by all of the following factors except                 (A) good performance               (B) poor buildings               (C) poor performance               (D) individual people               (E) bad discipline                                                                                    
  17. Which one of the following is not a reason for making pupils wear uniforms? (A)uniformity              (B) intelligence              (C) smartness              (D)  identification(E)to identify those who perform well.
  18. If your friend abuses you at school, you should first report him or her to the _______ (A) police               (B) parents               (C) religious leader               (D) teacher               (E) fellow pupils             
  19. Kiswahili language is on of the elements of the national culture of _______  (A) Uganda               (B) tanzania               (C) Burundi               (D) rwanda               (E) Kenya                                         
  20. Which of the following actions show love to people with special needs?  (A) to be rude to them               (B) to be kind to them               (C) to discriminate them               (D) to keep them indoors               (E) to abuse them                                                                                                 
  21. Which national holiday comes on the 9th December every year?  (A) workers day (B) independence day               (C) union day               (D) revolution day (E) karume day             
  22. A region is headed by a _______  (A) district commissioner  (B) ward chairperson                                           (C) regional commissioner               (D) administrative secretary               (E) president             
  23. Who among the following can give a good advice?  (A) a mad person  (B) a drunkard                             (C) any other drug addict               (D) a mature adult               (E) a youth                            
  24. It is our responsibility to practice  (A) deforestation  (B) poaching  (C) global warming                             (D) environmental conservation               (E) environmental degradation             
  25. Which one of the following should not be done to a child?  (A) neglect  (B) educate               (C) give health care               (D) protect               (E) provide basic needs                            
  26. Which one of the following cant cause good relation in a community?  (A) sharing               (B) backbiting               (C) respecting               (D) caring for other peoples property               (E) participating in community work                                                                                   
  27. Among the following activities does not involves collaborating at home  (A) farming. (B) feeding children               (C) fighting  studying               (E) reading              
  28. A place without trees is called  (A) forest  (B)wilderness  (C) valley  (D) desert               (E) mountain                                                                                                                
  29. Which one of the following does not lead to environmental degradation  (A) overgrazing               (B) mono-culture               (C) overstocking               (d) mining               (E) a forestation                           
  30. Which national symbol indicates that a country is an independent  (A) national flag                (B) presidential flag               (C) national currency               (D) freedom torch               (E) national language                                                                                                                                           
  31. The following are occasion in which the national song is sung or played except (A) when the national team play against another               (B) when chadema is campaigning country wide (C) before and after the president addresses the nation (D) during school assembly               (E) when the radio or state opens and closes its transmission                                                                                   
  32. Who is the current prime minister of the united republic of Tanzania  (A) Joseph Sinde Warioba               (B) Cleoap david msuya               (C) Fedrick Sumaye               (D) Kassim Majaliwa (E) Dr Mizengo Pinda                                                                                                                              
  33. The national animal is the _________  (A) giraffe  (B) zebra  (C) Elephant  (D) Leopard               (E) Buffalo                                                                                                                
  34. In the coat of arm the yellow portion represent ________  (A) water bodies  (B) minerals               (C) fertile soil of our country               (D) vegetation               (E) pride of Tanzania
  35. The national symbol that is used as a seal in government documents is called ______ (A) the constitution               (B) national currency               (C) presidential flag               (D) the coat of arm               (E) the map of Tanzania                                                                                                  





  1. Cutting down trees


  1. One of the effects of environment degradation
  1. Community


  1. A way of helping others
  1. Youth peer counselling group


  1. A non living things making environment
  1. Air


  1. Help the youth in solving their problems
  1. Donation


  1. Spoils our environment
  1. Global warming


  1. A group of people living in the same place



  1. Mention one opposition part in Tanzania_____________________________
  2. Election in united republic of Tanzania are held after every _____________ years
  3. A school emblem has two important things __________________and _____________
  4. What is a voluntary activity _______________________________________________








TIME: 1:40HR


  1. This paper consists of three sections; A, B and C with a total of 8 questions
  2. All answers must be written in blue or black ink.
  3. Remember to write your name and other particulars in the given spaces.
  4. Answer all questions according to the instructions in each section.
  5. Keep your work neat and smart.
  6. Cellular phones, tablets and calculators are not allowed in the examination room.
  7. For each of the item (i)-(x) Choose the correct answer from the alternatives given and write it beside the item number.
  1. The farmers day is normally celebrated on____

A. 8th August   B. 7th July   C. 9th December   D. 1st May                                               

  1. Performing actions that show care for human dignity is known as __________

A. success   B. failure   C. respect   D. behavior                                                

  1. __________is a system of government where by people have the right to choose their own leaders.

A. election   B. democracy   C. good governance   D. responsibility                    

  1. A child whose parents are deceased is called ______

A. orphan   B. poor   C. street child   D. refugee                                                    

  1. The first stanza of the Tanzania National Anthem is a prayer for _________

A. Africa   B. president   C. Tanzania  D. parents                                                  

  1. Which of the following outdated traditions and customs can lead to the spread of HIV/AIDS?____

A. Inheritance of widows  B. early marriages  C. superstition  D. stigmatization of the disable                                                                                                                     

  1. Rivers, lakes, oceans, wells and other are __________

A. water sources   B. social services   C. human basic needs  D. waterfalls          

  1. The national emblem is also called _________

A. National currency   B. school emblem  C. government symbol   D. coat of arms

  1. Who is responsible to oversee the discipline of pupils in school?_______

A. head teacher   B. head prefect   C. discipline teacher  D. academic teacher     

  1. Someone who pretends to be good in front of others but he/she is actually not good is called_____

A. betrayer    B. hypocrite   C. citizen    D. patriot                                                   

  1. Who prepares the school timetable?_______

A. head prefect   B. teacher on duty   C. Academic teacher   D. head teacher     

  1. A group of people who live together in a particular are is called ___________

A. community   B. family   C. tribe   D. clan                                                            

  1. The head of the pupils leaders is normally the __________

A. head prefect   B. head teacher   C. monitor   D. class teacher                            

  1. The National language of Tanzania is called __________

A. English   B .Kiswahili   C. French   D. Portuguese                                               

  1. Which national symbol is used as a medium of exchange?________

A. National Flag   B. National Currency  C. National Emblem  D. State House        


  1. Match the national symbol in LIST A with its description in LIST B



  1. Identifies Tanzania among nations
  2. Sung when Tanzania is participating in International sports and games
  3. It image is used to identify Tanzania notes and coins in hidden way.
  4. Show the possession of property and government documents
  5. Is used as indicator of National Intergration.
  1. Tanzania currency
  2. Uhuru torch
  3. National flag
  4. National anthem
  5. Court of arms
  6. The giraffe
  7. Presidential standard.


3. Fill in the blanks by proving correct answers in the given spaces. (5marks) 

  1. The changes that occurs in boys and girls as they enter adulthood is………………
  2. Biological differences between male and female is called………………………..
  3. A set of laws that can be used to govern a country is…………………………
  4. A procedure used to introduce political and other leaders is a gathering……………….
  5. Personal assistant to the regional commissioner is called……………………………..
  1. The picture below shows one of the National Symbols


  1. Name the above National symbol
  2. Where are you likely to get this symbols
  3. Mention five things you can see from the symbol
  4. What is the significance of the above symbol?


  1. What is a National constitution? Give two importance of constitution
  2. Mention two occasions when the national anthem is sung.
  3. Sometimes the National flag can fly half-mask. Mention two occasion in which this can happen.


  1. State two roles of regional medical officer
  2. Identify the main departments in Administrative structure of a Region.
  3. What are functions of a Regional commissioner?









INSTRUCTIONS: This paper consist 45 questions.

  1. The headquarters of Southern African Development Community is in ........
  1. Tanzania
  2. Botswana
  3. Addis Ababa
  4. Arusha
  1. Which of the following is not a tools for defense and security
  1. Bow
  2. Spear
  3. Shield
  4. Rake
  1. Marrying many wives is known as
  1. Marriage
  2. Weeding
  3. Polygamy
  4. Monopoly
  1. The pare, Massai and Chagga are found in ........ part of Tanzania
  1. Southern
  2. Western
  3. Eastern
  4. Northern
  1. Most of Tanzanians are citizens by
  1. Dissent
  2. Marriage
  3. Birth
  4. Naturalization
  1. The National assembly is headed by the ...........
  1. President
  2. Attomey General
  3. Speaker
  4. Vice President
  1. Which of the following leader is elected ................
  1. Village Executive Officer
  2. Village chairperson
  3. Ward Executive Officer
  4. Speaker
  1. The following components can be found on a school badger except
  1. Name of the school
  2. A school motto
  3. A school song
  4. Name of Council
  1. The ....... is a book that contains the main principles for governing a country
  1. Parliament
  2. Loans fortune
  3. Atlas
  4. Constitution
  1. People who do they responsibility are called
  1. Resilient
  2. Honest
  3. Obedient
  4. Kind
  1. Which of the following is not a value of the people
  1. Hearts
  2. Self
  3. Selfishness
  4. Obedience
  1. All these are characteristic of a good Tanzania except
  1. Cooperative
  2. Hard working
  3. Obedient
  4. Non responsible
  1. The minimum age to apply for citizenship by descent is ........... years
  1. 40
  2. 21
  3. 18
  4. 4
  1. A citizen practices he/her civil responsibility ties by voting after every years
  1. Two
  2. Five
  3. Ten
  4. Twenty
  1. Which of these is not a government source of income
  1. Fines
  2. Loans
  3. Rent
  4. Gambling
  1. According to the constitution the commander in chief of the armed forces is
  1. BOT Governor
  2. Inspection General police
  3. The president of Zanzibar
  4. President of Tanzania
  1. When me say Tanzania is a secular state we mean
  1. It has circular shape
  2. Its is not religion
  3. It is a religions sate
  4. It is a successfully country
  1. An opposition part is part
  1. In parliament
  2. Not in power
  3. That likes confluents
  4. Has many members
  1. Which of the following is not social and economy right of a citizen
  1. To work
  2. To own property
  3. To education
  4. To vote
  1. The following factors are important for panning household task except.
  1. Time
  2. Method
  3. Materials to use money
  1. Among of behavior which is not acceptable in our community is hypocrisy. Which one is disadvantage of hypocrisy?
  1. Being trussed
  2. Having no friends
  3. Being loved
  4. Tatting friends
  1. To fight for others rights is
  1. Defending and supporting
  2. Advising
  3. Encouraging
  4. Knowing and praising
  1. ................. is a way of environmental conservation
  1. Deforestation
  2. Animal keeping
  3. A forestation
  4. Desertification
  1. Each song has its own name and has a specific place when it is sung. What is the first verse of national anthem is called
  1. Mungu ibariki Afrika
  2. Mungu ibariki Tanzania
  3. God help us
  4. Africa and Tanzania
  1. National symbols which is a medium of exchange in the business is .............
  1. Map
  2. Currency
  3. National anthem
  4. Freedom torch
  1. A person who have positive mind is called
  1. An opportunist
  2. An optimist
  3. A patriot
  4. Resilient
  1. We can maintain a good reputation for our school by doing all these excepts
  1. Working hard
  2. Butchering well
  3. Being active
  4. Being tourist
  1. Which of the following is not a way of promoting good relationship community
  1. Helping others
  2. Cooperation
  3. Honestly
  4. Hypocrisy
  1. One can overcome poverty as a challenge by
  1. Only praying
  2. Lamenting
  3. Envying other
  4. Working hard
  1. Ability of going deep into a matter before making a decision is called
  1. Creative
  2. Critical
  3. Slow
  4. Selfish
  1. The United Nations agency that deals with Science and Culture world
  1. ILO
  2. FAO
  4. WHO
  1. Anything that can be used to make wealth is
  1. Resources
  2. Habitat
  3. Precaution
  4. Hospitality
  1. Member of parliament of children is a
  1. 10
  2. 3
  3. 5
  4. 4
  1. Employment of children is a ............
  1. Child abuse
  2. Child labour
  3. Torture
  4. Early marriage
  1. Tanzania island (Zanzibar) have ................. regions
  1. 5
  2. 21
  3. 7
  4. 11
  1. The head of civil servant in the regional is a
  1. District commissioner
  2. World Councilor
  3. Regional administrative secretary
  4. Regional commissioner
  1. ILO deals with
  1. Weather
  2. Refugees
  3. Food
  4. Labour
  1. ........... is an officer of a Tanzania representative in a common wealth country
  1. Embassy
  2. High commission
  3. A state house
  4. A colony
  1. Each country has its own flag for identifying it to other nations. In the national flag the colour that represent us humans is the ............ colour.
  1. Black
  2. Blue
  3. Green
  4. Yellow
  1. Everything the person has to do is called .............
  1. Right
  2. Responsibility
  3. Ability
  4. Benefits



  1. The first Tanzania constitution was written in the year ...............
  2. Most Tanzanians are citizens by .......................
  3. Culture means ...........................
  4. Long term of word TAMWA ...........................
  5. Tanzania is the head quarter of ................................................... community.









Choose the correct answer and write its letter in the space provided.

  1. Which of these is not a characteristic of a person of integrity? …..

  1. Kind
  2. Respectful
  3. Patient
  4. Responsible
  5. Unreliable

  1. Election of school prefects takes place at an interval of how many years? …….

  1. 2 years
  2. 1 year
  3. 5 years
  4. 10 years
  5. 4 years

  1. Tolerating the culture of other people can result into all these except …..

  1. Peace
  2. Hatred
  3. Development
  4. Harmony
  5. Prosperity

  1. A bill is assented by the ….. to become a law

  1. Chief justice
  2. Speaker
  3. President
  4. Attorney General
  5. Deputy speaker

  1. Which of these is not an advantage of Tanzania having good relationship with other countries? …….
  1. Market for goods and services
  2. Availability of various products and services
  3. Technological advancement
  4. Grants and loans
  5. Cultural erosion
  1. Which of the following organizations has its headquarters in Tanzania? ….
  1. African union
  2. Commonwealth
  3. East Africa community
  4. South African development community
  5. United nations
  1. The highest leadership body in a district, town or municipal council is …..

  1. Standing committees
  2. Full council
  3. Legal Section
  4. Executive Director
  5. Planning and statistics

  1. All Regional Commissioners are answerable to ……..
  1. Regional Administrative Secretaries
  2. The Speaker
  3. The President
  4. Regional police commanders
  5. Regional Procurement Officers
  1. A feeling of love, devotion and sense of

  1. Justice
  2. Democracy
  3. Nepotism
  4. Patriotism
  5. Unity

  1. The Commander – in – Chief of Tanzania People’s Defence Force is …….
  1. The Prime Minister
  2. The President
  3. The Speaker
  4. Regional Commissioner
  5. The Inspector General of Police
  1. The head of all civil servants in a district is …….
  1. Regional commissioner
  2. District Executive Director
  3. District Administrative Secretary
  4. Mayor
  5. Regional Administrative Secretary
  1. Participating in Community development activities can lead to all these except ….

  1. Development
  2. Solidarity
  3. Patriotism
  4. Peace
  5. Poverty

  1. Presence of citizens of other countries and imported goods in our country are indicators of
  1. Underdevelopment
  2. Corruption
  3. Technological advancement
  4. Embezzlement
  5. Globalization
  1. Tanzania – Zambia Railway Authority and URAFIKI textiles were built with support of which country? ……..

  1. America
  2. Mauritius
  3. China
  4. Japan
  5. Congo

  1. A state of a person having high moral principles is called …………

  1. Patience
  2. Integrity
  3. Kindness
  4. Humility
  5. Obedience

  1. Which of these can hinder you from achieving your goal
  1. Good time management
  2. Entertaining distracters
  3. Not entertaining distracters
  4. Accepting your mistakes and learning from them
  5. Observing hygiene
  1. Expressing strong disapproval of something because it is morally wrong is called ……

  1. Discrimination
  2. Cooperation
  3. Appreciation
  4. Condemnation
  5. Criticizing

  1. The chief lawyer of the government is known as …..
  1. Chief justice
  2. Attorney General
  3. Prime Minister
  4. Minister for constitution and law
  5. The President
  1. All the following can make a person become a refugee except ……….
  1. Famine
  2. Civil war
  3. Religious conflicts
  4. Political differences
  5. Peace and stability
  1. Which holiday is celebrated to commemorate the formation of the word Tanzania? ……

  1. Nyerere Day
  2. Union Day
  3. Revolution Day
  4. Independence Day
  5. Karume Day

  1. Dangerous behavior among the following is ……
  1. Not accepting gifts from strangers
  2. Cooperating in studies
  3. Disturbing beehives
  4. Observing traffic rules
  5. Conserving the environment
  1. The main decision making body at the village level is ….

  1. The youth
  2. Village council
  3. Village chairperson
  4. Village assembly
  5. Village executive

  1. A village is made up of small administrative units called ……

  1. Homesteads
  2. Hamlets
  3. Wards
  4. Districts
  5. Streets

  1. Who among the following is not a needy person in the community? ……
  1. Visually impaired
  2. Mentally handicapped
  3. The poor
  4. The elderly
  5. Foreigners
  1. A pupil can volunteer in all these except ….
  1. Sports
  2. Choir
  3. Helping weak pupils
  4. Punishing others
  5. Cleaning school compounds
  1. Which of these is a way of advertising a school that can reach many people at the same time? …….

  1. Discipline
  2. Sports and games
  3. Mass media
  4. Uniforms
  5. Roadside billboards

  1. A state of calmness and absence of war is called ……

  1. Integrity
  2. Respect
  3. Peace
  4. Commitment
  5. Democracy

  1. Fire outbreak that comes as a result of faulty electrical equipment or appliances is classified under class …….

  1. C
  2. K
  3. B
  4. A
  5. D

  1. Good relationship in a community can be destroyed by all these except ……..

  1. Dishonesty
  2. Jealousy
  3. Pride
  4. Honesty
  5. Envy and bitterness

  1. A wrong way of using information technology among these is ….
  1. Searching for information
  2. Advertisement
  3. E-commerce
  4. E-learning
  5. Envy and bitterness
  1. Ability to recover quickly from a difficult condition or situation is known as …….

  1. Patience
  2. Resilience
  3. Responsibility
  4. Obedience
  5. Honesty

  1. How many types of citizenships exist in Tanzania?

  1. Two
  2. Three
  3. Four
  4. Six
  5. Five

  1. The two main parts of the parliament of the United Republic of Tanzania are ….
  1. Upper and lower
  2. President and members of parliament
  3. National Assembly and Revolutionary council
  4. President and the National Assembly
  5. The president and the cabinet
  1. In which year was Kiswahili inaugurated as the fourth official language of the Southern African Development Community (SADC)?

  1. 2019
  2. 2020
  3. 2010
  4. 2014
  5. 2016

  1. All these are taboos in most African communities except ……

  1. Incest
  2. Monogamy
  3. Bestiality
  4. Same sex marriage
  5. Cannibalism

  1. How many pillars of state are there in the United Republic of Tanzania?

  1. Two
  2. Five
  3. One
  4. Three
  5. Ten

  1. Which of these is not a positive way of responding to cross cultural interactions? …….
  1. Incorporating some elements of foreign culture in our community
  2. Accepting all aspects of foreign culture
  3. Avoiding immoral and unhealthy games
  4. Maintaining our national language
  5. Using sex for procreation purpose and in the wedlock
  1. The main value a pupil practices by being in school from Standard 1 to 7 is ……

  1. Wisdom
  2. Courage
  3. Honestly
  4. Patience
  5. Peace

  1. Who among these should a pupil not see for counseling? ……..

  1. Parents
  2. Guidance
  3. Religious leaders
  4. Teachers
  5. Terrorists

  1. Money that people have to pay to the government to help it in running a country is called

  1. Expenditure
  2. Tax
  3. Fine
  4. Fees
  5. Revenue


Fill in the blanks with correct answers.

  1. What is bride price? ……………………..
  2. As a Tanzania, how should you respond to indecent dressing brought about by globalization? ...................
  3. What is female genital mutilation? ……………
  4. The second president of Tanzania to be elected in a multiparty system was ………
  5. Write UNESCO in full ………….




TIME: 1:30 HRS                                                           



  1. THIS paper consists of 45 questions with sections A,B and C
  2. Select the best alternative in question 1-40
  3. For question 41-45 provide the best answer
  4. Write full name on the blank space above together with the name of the school
  5. Ensure your work is neat and legible.


  1. Tanzanian national symbols include; a. the national flag, the uhuru torch, the giraffe. B. an axe, a machete, and a hoe. C. the lion, the court of arms, and national flag. D. the lion, the coat of arms, and the national flag
  2. Which of the following is not contained in the national coat of arms? A. elephant tusks. B. rice and maize. C. a man and a woman. D. a hoe and hammer
  3. Acts that do not value our currency include the following; ………….. a. not folding the currency notes. B. drawing and playing with the notes. C. holding bank notes with dry hands. D. keeping bank notes in purse
  4. Which of the following actions show disrespect to national symbols? A. to observe proper use of court of arms. B. to stand still when national flag is being lowered or raised. C. to value Tanzanian currency. D. to sing the national anthem all the time
  5. Who is not a family leader? A. teacher. B. prefect. C. police officer. D. all of the above
  6. Parents are leaders of the………………. a. family. B. parliament. C. street. D. hospital
  7. Shelter, food and clothing are examples of; a. human rights, b. democracy c. dignity d. basic needs.
  8. C.C.M is ………………………..; a. an opposition party, b. ruling party c. chama cha Mapinduzi d. all are correct
  9. One of the following is not a good quality of a school; a. good academic performance. B. doing well in sports. C. good studying environment. D. lacking committed teachers.
  10. Most of the people affected by drugs are; a. pupils. B. the youth. C. parents. D. friends
  11. A special piece of cloth that represents a nation or an organization is called; a. flag. B. currency. C. laziness. D. language
  12. Which of the following is not a good behavior? A. carefulness b. commitment c. bravery d. laziness
  13. Drug abuse is dangerous to our; a. food b. school c. health d. friends
  14. The shield and spear in the national emblem represent ……………. a. crops grown in Tanzania. B. equality and cooperation c. fertile land d. defence and security.
  15. Which of the following is not an act that shows respect? A. being drunk, b. greeting elders. C. dressing properly d. loving everybody.
  16. The major source of law in our country is……………... a. primary schools, b. constitution, c. books, d. political parties.
  17. Which of the following is not a responsibility of children when at school? A. preparing food for his or her school mates b. cleaning the classroom c. attending parade d. working hard.
  18. The following is among family responsibilities, a. going to bed earlier, b. doing domestic chores c. playing football d. healing the sick.
  19. Cleaning the home environment is the responsibility of a. father b. mother c. housekeeper d. family members.
  20. Which teacher is responsible for maintaining academic standards at school? A. discipline teacher, b. head teacher, c. academic teacher,d. assistant head teacher
  21. One of community responsibilities is A. watering the garden b. cleaning village health center, c. cleaning your room d. taking care of our family domestic animals.
  22. Which act demonstrates valuing  community natural and man made resources? A. destroying water pump b. planting trees around water sources c. grazing animals in preserved forest d. burning down forest to get charcoal
  23. In the coat of arms, which component symbolizes the independence of Tanzania? A. the national currency b. the national flag c. uhuru torch d. yellow portion
  24. Which of the following is a way of respecting national currency…………….a. tearing them b. writing on them c. throwing away d. by keeping and using it safely
  25. The shield and spear in the national emblem represents,…………………………..a. crops grown in Tanzania b. equality and cooperation c. fertile land d. defence and security
  26. The blue color on the national flag represents? A. natural vegetation b. natural resources c.black people d. water bodies
  27. One of the following does not promote our culture? A. learning it b. using cultural objects and tools c. listening from those who know it d. leaving it and adopting foreign culture
  28. One of the following is not a Tanzanian culture? A. respect and discipline for one another b. rudeness to strangers c. strong family ties d. friendliness and politeness
  29. Our national language is…….a, kiswahili b. chagga c. English d. Germany
  30. The animal found on the front side of ten thousand shillings is.a. lion b. giraffe c. elephant  d. zebra.




  1. A nation
  2. Sheikh Abeid Aman Karume
  3. Constitution
  4. 26th April 1964
  5. National anthem
  1. An official song of the nation
  2. A group of people with the same language, culture and history living in a certain area under one government
  3. The book with rules and regulations for governing an organization or a country
  4. The first president of zanzibar



  1.  man and a woman in the coat of arm represents…………………………………
  2. Mention three occasions in which the national anthem is sung………………………
  3. In the coat of arms, yellow portion represents……………………………………………..
  4. Mention three places where we can find the national flag hoisted……………………
  5. State two importance of the national currency……………………………………………….







  1. Which symbol shows our country s an independent country?
  1. National currency
  2. Coat of arms
  3. National flag
  4. Uhuru torch
  1. A good leader should have
  1. Good manners
  2. Identify
  3. Family
  4. Children
  1. Gender means
  1. Favouring boys in social affairs
  2. Segregating girls in social affairs
  3. Female and male
  4. Social and culture relationship between men and women
  1. A language that unites Tanzanian is
  1. Hehe
  2. Swahili
  3. English
  4. Sukuma
  1. The following are some of the factors that contribute to environmental degradation except?
  1. Large numbers of animals in small area
  2. Burning of the forest
  3. Cultivating in the water sources
  4. Keeping animals in a special area
  1. An institution that provides human rights to women against sexual harassment is called
  1. P.C.C.B
  2. TAMWA
  3. COURT
  1. One of the following is not the use of water resources
  1. Transport
  2. Sources of hydro electricity
  3. Fishing
  4. Protection
  1. P.C.C.B is a government agency with the authority of
  1. Anti – corruption prevention
  2. Advocating for women rights
  3. Defending the rights of the child
  4. Handling down corruption cases
  1. The government of united republic of Tanzania was formed  on
  1. 9th Dec 1961
  2. 9th Dec 1962
  3. 29th April 1964
  4. 26th April 1964
  1. A person who loves his country and is willing to defend it is called
  1. Patriot
  2. President
  3. Teacher
  4. Refugee
  1. Some of the symbols found in Tanzania currency are
  1. Giraffe, elephant, national emblem and the image of president
  2. Emblem, mules, rhinoceros
  3. Uhuru torch, elephant, chimpanzee
  4. Leopard and cat
  1. The origin of all laws in the country is
  1. Tanzania law society
  2. The constitution of the republic of Tanzania
  3. Manifesto of the political parties
  4. Ruling party constitution
  1. The importance of the president flag is
  1. To represent president
  2. To represent our country to different nations
  3. To show the unite and conformity
  4. To show value of the nation
  1. Which of these are the wrong customs in the society
  1. Inherit widows
  2. To work hard
  3. Performing ritual
  4. Worship
  1. Suggestion box in any institution helps
  1. Not keeping peoples secrets
  2. Hiding people who commit immoral acts
  3. Hide negligent actors
  4. Giving or submitting comments in secret
  1. The importance of participating in family activities for pupils is
  1. Create employment
  2. Build the pupils self reliance
  3. Dislike of the food he/she cooks
  4. Prepare him/her for a good life
  1. When you witness an act of violence in school you report to
  1. Police
  2. Court
  3. Counseling teacher
  4. Head prefect
  1. The administrative area which is smaller than the region but larger than the division is
  1. Country
  2. Village
  3. District
  4. Street
  1. Which national holiday is celebrated on 1st May each year?
  1. Labour day
  2. Karume day
  3. Nyerere day
  4. Revolution day
  1. Which one of the following is not one of the groups of people with special needs?
  1. Elders
  2. Street children
  3. Doctors
  4. Visually impaired people
  1. One of the following is an unacceptable acts committed against family members. Which one?
  1. Providing education to boys and girls
  2. Female genital mutilation
  3. Equal employment opportunities
  4. Equal sharing of duties
  1. Which one of the following is not found in a school?
  1. Books
  2. Teachers
  3. Pupils
  4. Guns
  1. A group of people who are closely related by blood is called a
  1. Clan
  2. Ancestors
  3. Family
  4. Relatives
  1. Activities that promote the school name
  1. Doing well in academics
  2. Having good behavior
  3. Misbehaving
  4. Having good school motto
  1. Who among  the following is an elected leader
  1. Ward councilor
  2. Ward executive officer
  3. Heads of department
  4. District executive director
  1. The things or duties that people have to do are referred to as
  1. Resources
  2. Responsibilities
  3. Rights
  4. Goods
  1. Gender balance means
  1. Men and women are equal
  2. Men are superior to women
  3. Men and women to have opportunities
  4. Women are inferior to men
  1. The illegal killing of wild animals is called
  1. Poaching
  2. Trade
  3. Mining
  4. Farming
  1. Which one of the following is not an importance of good governance?
  1. Transparency
  2. Effectiveness and efficiency
  3. Conflict and disagreements
  4. Equality
  1. One of the following is a talent
  1. Drawing
  2. Stealing
  3. cheating
  4. absenteeism



Matching items


Deaf, blind and mental disabled


Is to do something without being asked or forced


Taking to school both boys and girls


Is the place where pupils, go to learn




Equal opportunity in getting education and employment for both boys and girls




Is a group of people who live in the same place


Gender equality


Admitting your mistake and asking for forgiveness


A school


Eliminate gender discrimination




People with special needs
















SECTION C structure

Mention 5 special groups of people with special needs

  1. ..............
  2. .............
  3. ...............
  4. .................
  5. ................

Write 3 acts which show love for people with special need










  • THIS paper consists of 50 questions with four sections
  • Answer all questions
  • Write full name on the blank space above together with the name of the school
  • Ensure your work is neat and legible.


Choose the most correct answer from the given alternatives and write its letter in the brackets provided

1. Which of the following actions show love to people with special needs?

  1. To be rude to them
  2. To be kind to them
  3. To ignore them 
  4. To discriminate them
  5. To isolate them

2. Activities that people do with no pay are called:

  1. Voluntary activities
  2. Children rights
  3. Improper behaviours
  4. Involuntary activities
  5. Bad conducts

3. Which of the following actions can build good reputation of a school?

  1. Disobeying school rules and regulations
  2. Truancy among the pupils
  3. Participating in sports and academic competition 
  4. Stealing of school properties 
  5. Failing in examinations

4. One of the advantages of good relationship among the community members is:

  1. It creates enmity among the people
  2. It creates chaos and wars
  3. It causes conflicts and misunderstanding
  4. It promotes laziness among the people
  5. It brings peace and harmony

5. The accepted ways of doing things in the society are known as:

  1. A. Culture

    B. Religion

    C. Customs

    D. Traditions 

    E. Initiation 

    6. Who is the top most political leader at the ward level?

  1. Chairperson
  2. Ward Secretary
  3. Mayor
  4. Councilor
  5. Ward Executive Officer

7. Which of the following is NOT an indicator of good governance?

  1. Accountability
  2. Rule of Law
  3. Transparency
  4. Globalization
  5. Observing human rights

8. What does the yellow portion on the Tanzania's coat of arms represent?

  1. Mineral resources
  2. People of Africa
  3. Fertile soil 
  4. Wildlife
  5. Natural vegetation

9. The revolutionary government of Zanzibar was formed on:

  1. 12th January 1964
  2. 9th December 1961
  3. 4th April 1964
  4. 9th December 1961
  5. 26th April 1964

10. Who is the secretary of the Ward Development Committee?

  1. Councilor
  2. Ward Educational Coordinator
  3. Mayor
  4. Ward Executive Director 
  5. District Chairperson

11.Who among the following leaders is NOT a member of Ward Development Committee?

  1. Ward councilor
  2. The heads of departments
  3. Regional commissioners
  4. Ward Executive Officer
  5. Chairpersons of villages or streets

12. How many regions are in the United Republic of Tanzania?

  1. A. 21

    B. 31

    C. 35

    D. 26

    E. 25

13.0n 1st May of every year we commemorate:

  1. Karume day
  2. Workers day
  3. Union day
  4. Independence day
  5. Revolution day

14. Who is the head of civil servants in a region is:

  1. Regional Commissioner
  2. Mayor
  3. Regional Accountant
  4. President
  5. Regional Administrative Secretary

15.Which of the following is the newest region in Tanzania?

  1. A. Katavi

    B. Njombe

    C. Songwe 

    D. Geita

    E. Dodoma 

16. Which of the following actions can be done to combat evil acts against children?

  1. Employing children
  2. Denying children with their rights
  3. Living the children in the streets 
  4. Providing unfair punishments to the children 
  5. Maintaining parental care to children

17. Which action among the following does NOT promote good relationship with others in the community?

  1. Respecting every one
  2. Helping others
  3. Telling the truth
  4. To forgive one another
  5. Fighting with others

18. Which one among the following is NOT among the characteristics of a responsible person?

  1. Protecting resources
  2. Obeying rules and regulation
  3. Self-discipline
  4. Stealing others' properties
  5. Managing school and household tasks properly

19.Things that can be used or transformed to bring wealth to a person, family or a country are referred to as:

  1. A. Minerals

    B. Resources

    C. Raw materials 

    D. Economy

    E. Money

    20.A person who represents his/her country in a foreign country is called:

    1. A. Citizen
    2. Refugee
    3. Patriot
    4. Migrant
    5. Ambassador

    LIST A

    LIST B

    1. International cooperation
    2. An organization made of former british colonies
    3. The year African union was started
    4. The year first east Africa community collapsed
    5. One indicator of globalization
    6. vision
    7. comparison
    8. efficience
    9. evaluation
    10. working with objectives
    1. doing work within given time frame
    2. looking at aspects of two things
    3. where one or organization wants to be in future
    4. making judgment depending on performance
    5. information technology
    6. working to meet set targets
    7. relationship among countries
    8. UN
    9. League of nations
    10. Common wealth
    11. 1980
    12. 1977
    13. 2000

    For each of the sentences below write true of false depending on the answer

    1. True love is loving oneself………………….
    2. One of basic needs of an individual is love…………………..
    3. Children of both gender must respect and be respected……………..
    4. Some clothes can be worn by both male and female………………
    5. Men are not supposed to participate in cooking of food………………..
    6. The chairman of municipal council and committee of finance is municipal executive
    7. Everybody is responsible for protecting national resources
    8. Cutting trees is one way of taking care of resources
    9. Mineral are very important in generating government revenue
    10. All citizens have a responsibility to protect minerals of the country.

    1. ………….Indicates that a country is mourning………………………
    2. A symbols used to show ownership of things by government is………………
    3. The source of all laws in the country is…………………………………….
    4. Which color in national flag represents resources
    5. The total way of peoples life is……………………..
    6. A person who loves his country is called………………………..

    Answer the following questions by supplying short answers in the spaces provided

    46. Which national symbol indicates that Tanzania is a sovereign state?________________________

    47. What is the national language of Tanzania?_________________________________________

    48. The increased state of interdependence and interconnectedness among people, companies, governments and institutions all over the world is referred to as

    49. A group of people who live together in a particular place is known as______________________

    50. A wrong or unfair action that is done to someone is referred to as_________________________







  1. This Examinations Consists Of 50 Questions
  2. Answer All Questions
  3. Write Your Answers In Capital Letters
  4. Make Your Work Legible


Choose the correct answer from the Alternatives given

1. Which sign indicates that a nation is mourning?

  1. Flags fly half mask
  2. National flag fly half mask
  3. National flag is not hoisted for a week
  4. All people to remain indoors
  5. Citizens mourn

2. The importance of presidents flag is

  1. For use during working tours
  2. Indicates powers of the president
  3. Emphasize national torch
  4. Shows national unity
  5. Identifies the president

3. The blue color in Tanzania Flag indicates;

  1. Tanzanians
  2. Minerals
  3. Water
  4. River
  5. Blood shed during struggle for independence

 4. National Torch was first Lite on?

  1. 9/12/1962
  2. 9/12/1961
  3. 26/4/1964
  4. 24/04/1999
  5. 12/12/1961

5. The ward councilor is elected by:

  1. All member of the ruling party.
  2. Ward General Assembly
  3. Citizens living in the respective ward
  4. Village general assembly
  5. Village council

6. Ward development committee consists of the following leaders, except:

  1. Ward councilor
  2. Ward executive officer
  3. Special seats councilor
  4. Ward Education Coordinator
  5. Ward secretary

7. A motto of Tanzania found on the national Coat of Arms is:

  1. Freedom and Development
  2. Freedom and Work
  3. Freedom and Unity
  4. Freedom and Peace
  5. Freedom and security

8. Participation of pupils in the election of their leaders in a school strengthens:

  1. Constitutional leadership at school
  2. Leadership of the Head of the school
  3. Bureaucracy at school
  4. Security at school
  5. Good governance at the school.

9. A top leader of a school is known as :

  1. Assistant Head teacher
  2. Academics teacher
  3. Head prefect
  4. Head teacher
  5. Discipline teacher

10. What is the advantage of disdivision of labour in a family?

  1. It weakens the family
  2. It encourages divisions
  3. It causes dictatorship
  4. It brings developments
  5. It causes conflicts

11. The role of the School Committee is to

  1. supervise academic development of the school
  2. provide counselling on AIDS infection
  3. approve the appointment of teachers
  4. oversee teachers discipline
  5. supervise construction and development of the school.

12. The National Emblem symbolizes

  1. unity, freedom, ability and sovereignty of the nation
  2. freedom, unity and resources of the nation
  3. ability, freedom, natural vegetation and sovereignty of the nation
  4. freedom, unity and sovereignty of the nation
  5. freedom and unity.

13.A source of a family is :

  1. Grand father and Grand Mother
  2. Father and Mother
  3. Aunt and Uncle
  4. Children and Parent
  5. Brother and Sister

14. The peoples’ representative in the District Local Government meeting is

  1. the District Commissioner
  2. the Chairperson of the Village
  3. the Ward Executive Officer
  4. the District ruling party Chairperson
  5. the Ward Councillor.

16. In which situation is the National flag hoisted at halfmast?

  1. During the visit of leaders from other countries.
  2. When the President declares a State of emergency.
  3. In the event of a national disaster or sorrowful event.
  4. National Heroes anniversaries.
  5. When the President is out of the country.

17. In the National flag the green colour represents

  1. minerals
  2. water
  3. natural vegetation
  4. agriculture
  5. land.

18. The chairman of the ward development meeting is

  1. the Ward Councillor
  2. the Extension Services Officer
  3. the Ward Social Welfare Officer
  4. the Ward Education Officer
  5. the Ward Executive Officer

19. Advantages of defense and security in schools include

  1. To increase the number of pupils enrolment
  2. To ensure peaceful and orderly learning environment
  3. To ensure teachers and students arrive at school on time
  4. To broaden the scope of democracy in school
  5. To facilitate the construction of classrooms and teachers houses.

20. The role of the School Committee is to

  1.  supervise academic development of the school
  2.  provide counselling on AIDS infection
  3.  approve the appointment of teachers
  4.  oversee teachers discipline
  5.  supervise construction and development of the school.


Write true for a True statement and False for a False statement

  1. True love is loving yourself … … … … … …
  2. Gender roles changes … … … … … …
  3. Some clothes are worn by both males and females … … … …
  4. The lubega dress code is worn by maasai … … … … … … … …
  5. The chairman of local council and finance and planning commitee is municipal excecutive officer … … … … …
  6. The role of education officer is to combat diseases like Aids
  7. The provincial commissioner is appointed by the president … … … … …
  8. The district commissioner is given oath of office by Regional commissioner . . . … …
  9. Adminstrative secretary is the chief advisor of District Commisioner … … … … … …
  10. Ofisa tarafa anajukumu la kusimamia maofisa watendaji wa kata, vijiji, na vitongoji … … … … … … 


Match the items in list A with those in List B



  1. New year
  2. Zanzibar revolution day
  3. The death of first president of Zanzibar
  4. Union of Tanganyika and Zanzibar
  5. Labour Day
  6. International trade fair
  7. Farmers day
  8. Death of first president of Tanzania
  9. Independence of Tanganyika
  10. MV Bukoba accident
  1. 21/05/1996
  2. 1/01/
  3. 1/5/
  4. 8//08/
  5. 9/12/
  6. 12/01/
  7. 26/04/
  8. 7/04/
  9. 14/10/1999
  10. 7/07


Fill the gaps below with the correct answer

  1. National animal is … … … 
  2. How many clors does the national flag have?
  3. Which country neighbours Tanzania in the north? … …
  4. Who heads the location?........... ........... 
  5. Ward excecutive officer works under?.................
  6. Who is the political leader within the ward?.............. .................
  7. Mention the role of ward education officer … … … … … … … … … …
  8. Who is the secretary to council of ?................ ...................
  9. Who gives oath to Regional commissioner?........................
  10. The regional commissioner is appointed by?............. ................


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