FORM ONE ANNUAL EXAMS SERIES

THE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

SECONDARY EXAMINATION SERIES

ENGLISH   ANNUAL   EXAMS 

FORM ONE-NOVEMBER 2021

Time: 2:30Hours

 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE

TIME: 2.30HOURS

INSTRUCTIONS

  • This paper consists of sections A, B, C and D with a total of ten (10) questions.
  • Answer all questions in the space provided.
  • All writings must be in black or blue pen.
  • All communication devices are not allowed in the examination room.
  • Write your examination number at the top right corner of every page.

 

SECTION A (20 MARKS)

COMPREHENSION AND SUMMARY

  1. Read the following passage carefully then answer the questions that follow;

Mr. Akilimali is an old man now. He is a grandfather with twelve grandchildren. Mr. Akilimali does not remember his parents. They died when he was very young. He was therefore left an orphan. His uncles and aunts brought him up. 

At the age of twenty five, Mr. Akilimali got married to a beautiful girl called Maua. Their wedding celebration was attended by many people. They ate, drank, and danced for three days. Everybody who attended the wedding wished them a happy life. They also hopped that the bridegroom and his bride would have many children.

The first few years, Mr. Akilimali and his wife lived happily together. But later on things changed. They became unhappy because they could not get children. On the tenth year of their marriage Mr. Akilimali decided to marry another wife Pili. With the new wife Mr. Akilimali now has three sons and two daughters. The sons are Dunia, Kazi and Chuma. The daughters are Lulu and Siti.

Mr. Akilimali’s children are now grown up and have their own families. They no longer live with their parents. People in Mr. Akilimali’s tribe have many traditions and customs, one of them is that a child is married and gets children, he/she has to send a child to live with the grandparents. Because of this tradition therefore, Mr. Akilimali now lives with his two wives and five grandchildren.

 

QUESTIONS

  1. Write your answers in the space provided for each question.
  1. Why does Mr. Akilimali not remember his parents?

…………………………………………………….

  1. Why did Mr. Akilimali decide to marry a second wife?

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

  1. Do you think Mr. Akilimali was wise to marry another wife? Why?

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

  1. Why does Mr. Akilimali live with his grandchildren?

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

  1. Suggest a suitable title for this passage…………………………………

………………………………………………………………………………

  1. For each of the following statements, write TRUE if the statement is correct and FALSE if the statement is incorrect.
  1. The word ‘bride groom’ means a woman on her wedding day or just before or after the events………………….
  2. Mr. Akilimali doesn’t remember his parents because they died when he was still young………………………..
  3. According to Mr. Akilimali’s tribe, only daughters have to send their children to live with their grandparents………………………
  4. During Mr. Akilimali’s wedding celebration people ate, drank and slept for three days……………….
  5. Mr. Akilimali lived with his first wife happily for the first few years…………………………
  1. Using five sentences, describe Mr. Akilimali’s life; example:
  1. At the age of twenty five, Mr. Akilimali got married to a beautiful girl called Maua.
  2. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
  3. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
  4. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
  5. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
  6. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
  1. Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions that follow;

 

“I’m going to punish all truant students”, said a class master of form two classes. Juma talked a silent voice oh my God! What am I going to do? Because he was one among the truant students. After all the announcements at the assembly ground we entered in the class. Juma saw a class master coming to our class, he said to the class hush! Observe silence the teacher is coming.

So Juma planned to escape at the school through a window so as to save his life from the teacher, but unfortunately, while Juma tried to jump through a window his shirt touches to one of the window’s nails and led him to fall down heavily every student shouted to Juma Jesus! Save him and Juma cried God, I’m finished! Juma was injured his right leg. Teachers took him to the hospital after doctor’s investigation, doctors told Juma that they are supposed to remove his leg due to bad injury he got. Juma cried so much and he said to the doctor oh no! Doctor how can I walk can’t you find another ways of saving my leg. Help me! Doctor please I can’t repeat it again.

 

Identify five interjections from the given passage 

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

 

SECTION B (20 MARKS)

LANGUAGE USE

 

  1. Match each sentence in column A with the word in column B by writing correct letter besides the items number.

COLUMN A

COLUMN B

  1. To wish a person a long life and a happy future.
  2. To wish a person a quick recovery from sickness.
  3. To say sorry to one whose relatives or friend has died.
  4. To wish one good grades in a major examination.
  5. To pass greetings to a person during the Christmas season.
  1. Success cards
  2. Condolence cards
  3. Christmas cards
  4. Birthday cards
  5. Get-well-soon cards

 

Answers 

COLUMN A

(i)

(ii)

(iii)

(iv)

(v)

COLUMN B

 

 

 

 

 

  1. State whether each of the following sentences is a FACT or an OPINION in the blank spaces provided.
  1. It might rain today ……………………
  2. The sky is blue………………………..
  3. Science is better than arts……………….
  4. The most beautiful colour is red………….
  5. All secondary school students do form two National assessment……………………..

 

SECTION C (40 MARKS)

PATTERNS AND VOCABULARY

  1. Fill in the blank spaces with the correct form of word in the brackets.
  1. Matumula (do) …………….a lot of exercises daily.
  2. I (send) ……………..my friend an E-mail yesterday.
  3. The patient (lie) …………to the doctor.
  4. Have you (see)……………my keys?
  5. I am (read) ………………a good story book.
  6. Babies (sleep) ……………for many hours.
  7. She (put) …………..some salt in the tea yesterday.
  8. My uncle (have) ………..two daughters and a son.
  9. She (travel) …………..to Mpanda next week.
  10. Asha (wash) …………..her uniform now.

 

  1. Rewrite the following sentences according to the instructions given after each.
  1. Peter plays football, Paul plays football too.(Join using; both)
  2. My child is only five years old. He can’t start standard one.

(re-write as one sentences using;………..too…….to……..)

  1. Babies cry whenever they are hungry. (re-write in singular).
  2. Jamila can’t swim. Her sister can’t either. ( begin with; Neither )
  3. Mangoes are sweeter than oranges. (re-write using ‘as…….as  in one sentence.)

 

  1. a)Add the right question tag to the following;
  1. You speak English,………………………………?
  2. You don’t mind if I go, ………………….?
  3. Doctors in Tanzania work very hard, ………………………?
  4. Smoking is a health hazard, ……………………….?
  5. Your mother remember me,…………………………?
  6. He had taught us,……………………….?
  7. I am a student, ………………………….?
  8. They will come, ………………………….?
  9. We played football, ……………………….?
  10. They are not teachers, ………………………..?

 

b) Below is a timetable you made for a visit to the Tanzanite Game Reserve last term. Your teacher has asked you to narrate to the class what happened. Use the timetable to guide you. Number (i) has been done as an example.

TIME

EVENT

10am

Bus comes to pick students

10:20am

Everybody gets into the bus

10:30am

Journey begins

12:30 pm

Stop-over and lunch at Usa River

1 pm

Arrival at the Game Reserve 

 

1:30 pm

Viewing animals

4 pm

Refreshments

4:30 pm

A tour around the Tanzanite Hotel

5 pm

Listening to a talk from the Game Reserve Manager

5:30 pm

Return journey begins

8:15 pm

Arrival at school.

 

  1. At 10 am the bus came to pick students.
  2. By 10:20 am everybody…………………………………………
  3. At 10:30 am the journey …………………………………….
  4. We………………………a stop –over and lunch at Usa River at 12:30 p.m
  5. At 1 pm we………………………………………………………..
  6. At 1:30pm we ……………………………………………………
  7. Then at 4pm we………………………………………………………
  8. At 4:30pm we………………………………………………………..
  9. At 5pm we……………………………………………………………
  10. Then at 5:30pm the return journey…………………………………
  11. By 8:15pm we……………………………..

 

SECTION D (20 MARKS)

READING PROGRAMME

  1. Choose on class reader you have read in form One or Two and then answer the questions that follow in the blank spaces provided;
  • Mabala the Farmer .
  • Hawa the Bus Driver
  • Fast Money
  • The Magic Garden
  • Kalulu the Hare
  1. i) Give the title of the book

……………………………………………………………..

ii) What is the name of the author?

……………………………………………………………..

  1. i) Who is the main character in the story you read?

………………………………………………………………

ii) Which strength of the main character you have identified in (b) (i)?

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

  1. What did you learn from the story?

……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

  1. Would you recommend the book to your friends? Why?

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

 

  1. Read the following poem then answer the questions that follow;

 

Hey you AIDS, you are an uninvited guest

In homes, schools, villages, towns

And yes even in big cities

You make everybody sick.

 

The poor and the rich

The old and the young

The tall and the short

Oh, how cruel you are!

Let’s all be careful with this guest!

 

Questions

  1. What is the poem about?
  2. In this poem, the poet is speaking to…………………….
  3. What is the lesson we get from the poem?
  4. What is the title of this poem?
  5. How does the poet feel?

 

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM ONE ENGLISH EXAM SERIES 77

 

THE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

SECONDARY EXAMINATION SERIES

GEOGRAPHY ANNUAL   EXAMINATION

FORM ONE-NOVEMBER 2021

 

GEOGRAPHY

TIME: 2:30 Hours

Instructions

  1. This paper consists of section A, B and C with a total often (10) questions.
  2. Answer all questions in section A and B and two (2) QUESTIONS in section C.
  3. All writing must be in blue of black ink.
  4. All answers must be written in the space provided.
  5. Cellular phones, calculator and any unauthorized materials are not allowed in the examination room.
  6. Write your examination number at the top right corner of every page.

 

SECTION A (25 MARKS)

Answer all questions in this section.

1. For each of the items (i) — (x), choose the correct answer from among the given alternative and write its letter in the box provided.

 i.When the spring equinox does occurs?

  1.          rdJanuary
  2.           23 rdSeptember 
  3.           21 st march
  4.          4th July ii.
  1.            The stretch of land where standard time is accepted throughout a longitudinal zone 15 in width.
    1.          Time zone
    2.           Greenwich mean time
    3.           Standard time
    4.          Prime meridian time 
  2.         Deflection of wind and daily rising and falling of tides are among the  Effects of?

A. Earth's movement B. Earth's rotation

  1.           Earth's revolution 
  2.          Aphelion and perihelion

 iv. Ocean water occupies about …... . Percent of the earth's surface,

A. 21

B. 29

C. 71

D .70

  1.         The streams that join together to form main streams.
    1.            Distributaries
    2.            Drainage
    3.            Tributaries
    4.            River basin
  2.      If the temperature at dare s salaam which is at sea level is 320c, what will be the temperature at a place where altitude is 1,500meters?
    1.           O.60c
    2.           230c
    3.           90c

D. 41 0c 

  1.    Dormant volcanic mountains are those which 

A. Have never experienced eruptions.

  1.           Have erupted once but are no longer active
  2.           Continue to erupt occasionally
  3.           Erupt when there is an earth quake
  1.  The region which found between 5and 20North and South of Equator
    1.            Savanna grassland
    2.            Equatorial region
    3.            The hot deserts
    4.            Mediterranean climate
  2.      If the temperature of station X is 1040F, What is the temperature of the same station in 0C.
    1.            420C
    2.            360C
    3.            210c
    4.            . 400C

 

 

(x)Isohyets are the lines on a map which join all places with the same

 

 

  1.           Height above the sea level
  2.           Amount of rainfall 
  3.            Atmospheric pressure 
  4.           Natural vegetation

 

  1.            Match the items in List A with responses in List B by writing the letter of the correct response below the corresponding item number in the table provided.

 

List Å

List B

 

i. Rocks which allows water to pass through

ii. Water which originates from precipitation such as snowfall

iii. Water from greater depths of earth's surface as a result of volcanic activity

iv. The rocks which have pores through which water can filtrate

v. Salt extraction, fishing, sand, seaweeds and decorative items such as corals and sea shells

 

  1.           Porous rocks
  2.           Pervious rocks
  3.           Permeable rocks
  4.           Connate water
  5.            Resources from water
  6.            Oceanic water
  7.           Underground water
  8.           Meteoric water
  9.              Juvenile water

List A

1

11

111

iv

v

List B

 

 

 

 

 









 

 

  1.            In each of the following items (i-x ), write TRUE if the statement is correct or FALSE if the statement is not correct.
  1. The moon takes 31 days to make a complete revolution round the earth.
  2. Continental shelf is a long and fairly narrow raised part of ocean floor.
  3. Isokinetic is the lines on the map joining places with the same wind movements..
  4. Altitude, latitude and ocean current are the factors that affect temperature..
  5. Topographical maps used to express descriptive information such as pressure, temperature and crops..
  6. The differences between weather and climate based on time and area covered..
  7. Always stream channel carries more water in Morogoro region during the dry seasons
  8. The planets are called wandering stars in Greek………………..
  9. Coal, petroleum, oil, natural gas and wind are examples of nonrenewable resources...
  10. The earth rotates from west to east..................

 

 

SECTION B (45marks)

Answer all questions in this section

4. (a) Outline four features of linear scale

   (b) Briefly describe five essentials of a map


5. Study the sketch map provided and answer the questions that follow:

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  1.             Name the type of scale which has been used to represent this map.
  2.              Mention three ways which can be used to measure the distance of the road in the sketch map.
  3.             Briefly describe three important basic components of a map.
  4.              Convert the given scale into a statement.
  5.              Mention three methods which can be used to calculate the area of the forest shown on the sketched map.


6. Study the following climatic table and answer the questions that follow.

Station Y

Months

Jan

Feb

March

Apr

May

June

July

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Temp(0 C)

22.5

25

25

25.5

25.5

25.5

25.5

25.5

26.1

26.1

26.1

26.6

Rainfall(mm)

198

340

431

350

280

230

160

71

15

12

15

66

  1.                     Suggest the type of climate of station Y.
  2.                     Calculate the daily mean temperature.
  3.                    Find the mean annual temperature.
  4.                    Find the annual rainfall for station Y.
  5.                    Mention any four crops that can be grown in station Y.

7.(a) Outline five evidences to verify that the Earth is spherical.

https://myfiles.space/user_files/30996_4958b541bbe404eb/1567847867_geo-2017_files/image009.jpg (b) Differentiate the following terms:

https://myfiles.space/user_files/30996_4958b541bbe404eb/1567847867_geo-2017_files/image011.jpg (i) Meteors and satellites

 (ii) Sea and lake

8.(a) Outline four ways of determining direction of a place on a map.


(b) List four features of the Representative Fraction (RF) scale.

(c) Suggest two ways of measuring areas with irregular shapes.


9.(a) Mention five features of the ocean floor. 

(b) Name the five largest oceans in the world. 

(c) Mention five largest lakes in the world. 

(d) Differentiate the following terms: 

(i)Temperature and humidity 

(ii)Minimum and maximum thermometer 

 (iii) Pressure and wind 


10. (a) Distinguish the following terms:

  1.                     Solar system and solar energy
  2.                    Raw materials and manufacturing industries
  3.                    Map and scale of a map 
  4.                    Plateau and mountain

(b)

  1.                    Define lunar eclipse.
  2.                    Draw a well labelled diagram to show lunar eclipse.

 

 

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM ONE GEOGRAPHY EXAM SERIES 76

THE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

SECONDARY EXAMINATION SERIES

HISTORY ANNUAL  EXAMINATION

FORM ONE-2021

 Time: 2:30Hours

Instructions.

  1.            This paper consists of section A, B and C with a total of 10 questions
  2.            Answer all questions in section A and B and TWO questions from section C.
  3.            Section A carries 40 marks, while section B and C carries 30 marks each.
  4.            All answers should be written in the spaces provided.
  5.            All communication devices, calculators and any unauthorized material are not allowed in examination room.
  6.            Write your number on every page of your answer booklet.

 SECTION A (35 Marks)

 Answer All questions in this section.

  1. For each of the items (i)-(x), choose the correct answer from the alternatives given.

(i). Which one of the following statements is not true about history?

  1. Helps learners to critically assess historical events.
  2. Helps learners to know past achievements and failures of man.
  3. Helps learners to get skills for their future careers.
  4. Helps learners to loose a sense of nationalism and patriotism.


(ii). One of the characteristics of man before the discovery of iron technology was:

  1. dependence on environment for survival
  2. reliance on industrial machines
  3. avoidance of gathering fruits
  4. involvement in slave trade

(iii)The history which is handed down by word of mouth, especially by elders, from one generation to another is known as:

  1. Archaeology
  2. Anthropology
  3. Oral traditions 
  4. Linguistics

(iv)Why was there a big change in mans life during the Late Stone Age compared to the Early and Middle Stone Age?

  1. Due to the presence of crude wooden and stone tools.
  2. Because of the use of more improved tools and settlement.
  3. Due to the use of machines as instruments of labour
  4. Because of the production of pebble tools for farming.


(v)The method of collecting historical information through talking and listening to elders is called:

  1. archaeology
  2. archives
  3. museums
  4. oral traditions


(vi)   People whose work is to study and explain the remains which show mans physical development, his activities and the tools he made and used are known as:

  1. Archaeologists
  2. Evolutionists
  3. Biologists
  4. Homo Sapiens

(vii)Which among the following include the cultural practices through which historical information is obtained?

  1. A. Poems, proverbs and stories.
  2. Archives, museums and oral tradition
  3. Narration of past, present and future events
  4. Family trees, time lines and time charts.

(viii)The way of determining dates by remembering changes and events is commonly used in:

  1. places with many historical sites
  2. areas where much of the history is written
  3. places where much of the history is not written
  4. areas where other sources have been discovered

(ix)      One of the problems of written records as a source of historical information is that, they:

  1. are given by elders 
  2. are mostly reliable
  3.  can be used by literate people only
  4. serve as stores of variety of information

(xx)One important effect of Iron technology in Africa was:

  1. Expansion of heavy industries
  2. Expansion of agriculture
  3. Increase of civil wars
  4. Increase of migration to new areas

2. Match the item in LIST A with their correct response from LIST B. Write down letter of correct response in space provided.

LIST A

LIST B

  1.       Father of evolution of man
  2.         Modern man
  3.        Walked on four limbs
  4.       Could make tools and had large brain capacity
  5.        The earliest man who could stand upright.
  6.          Permanent settled agricultural communities
  7.       Small in terms of population and geographical area.
  8.       Achar University
  9.           Land of Gold
  10.          Sundiata Keita

 

  1.             Homo erectus
  2.             God
  3.             Primate
  4.             Homo Habilis
  5.             Homo sapiens
  6.             Charles Darwin
  7.           Zunjathropus
  8.         Clever creatures
  9.          Feature of communal societies
  10.         Mali Empire
  11.         Egypt
  12.         Ghana Empire
  13.         State Organization
  14.         Timbuktu and Sankore
  15.         Decentralized states
  16.         Songhai Kingdom.

 

 

3. Write T for true statement and F for false statement.

  1.   Stones were first weapons to be used by man
  2.            During earlier stone age man resembled apes
  3.          Human being in earlier Stone Age lived in permanent settlement.
  4.          Man had greater mastery of the environment during late stone age
  5.            One of sites of earlier Stone Age tools found in central African is Olorgesaile.
  6.          The body of Homo habilis was more hairly than that of Homo erectus.
  7.        The theory of creation and that of evolution of man are sometimes similar.
  8.     It was better for man to use stone tools than iron tools
  9.          Art and cultural diversity emerged before 100,000 years ago
  10.            During the Iron Age people did not have permanent shelter.

4. Briefly explain the meaning of the following terms:

  1. History
  2. Archeology
  3.                     Old stone age
  4.                      Regional trade
  5. Trans-Saharan Trade

5.  Arrange the following sentences in a chronological order.

  1. These activities enable man to obtain his needs from nature.
  2. Mans basic needs consist of food, clothing and shelter
  3.  The actions man takes upon nature have one major aim.
  4.  History is a record of human activities.
  5.  They aim to change natural objects into a condition satisfying human needs.

 

 

6. Complete each of the following statements with correct historical facts. 

(i)   Collective ownership of the major means of production is one of the characteristics of ………………………… 

(ii)    A building in which objects of artistic, cultural, historical or scientific interest are kept and shown to the public is called ………………………… 

(iii)  Triangular trade was also known as ………………………… 

(iv)    A duration of one hundred years is called ………………………… 

(v)  The title of a chief among the Hehe was called …………………………

 

  1. Name the historical site marked by letter A
  2. What is the historical site marked by letter B called?
  3. In which century was the skull of Zinjathropus discovered at historical site marked with letter D?
  4. Which discovery made historical site C famous?
  5. The historical site marked letter E is called...........

SECTION C (30 Marks)

 Answer two (2) questions from this section.

8. Describe the factors that led to the growth of Trans-Saharan Trade

9. (a)What is state organization?

(b) Describe the general factors for state formations

10. Describe the functions, advantages and disadvantages of oral traditions as a source of history

 

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM ONE HISTORY EXAM SERIES 75

THE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

SECONDARY EXAMINATION SERIES

CIVICS ANNUAL 

FORM ONE-NOVEMBER 2021

 

 Time: 2:30Hours

Instructions.

  1.            This paper consists of section A, B and C with a total of 7 questions
  2.            Answer all questions in section A and B and ONE question from section C.
  3.            Section A carries 35 marks, section B 50 marks and section C 15  Marks
  4.            All answers should be written in the spaces provided.
  5.            All communication devices, calculators and any unauthorized material are not allowed in examination room.
  6.            Write your number on every page of your answer booklet.

 SECTION A (35 Marks)

 Answer All questions in this section.

  1. For each of the items (i)-(x), choose the correct answer from the alternatives given.

(i) Why is family stability important?

  1. It enables family members to receive loans from neighbors.
  2. It enables family members to participate in development activities.
  3. It enables children to be familiar with close family relatives
  4. It encourages relatives to live together in one household.

(ii)  A distasteful event that occurs unexpectedly on the road and causes injuries and death of people is called

  1. A a traffic jam.
  2. road accident.
  3. reckless driving
  4. road sign.

(iii) What are the three arms of the government?

  1. The executive, Legislature and National Assembly
  2. The president, Judiciary and the Executive
  3. The executive, Legislature and Judiciary
  4. The president, Cabinet and Judiciary

(iv) The following are sources of life skills in the society except

  1. parents.
  2. religion,
  3. constitution.
  4. school

(v) Why was the year 1984 important in human rights development in Tanzania? 

  1. It mark an important step in the history of Tanzania.
  2. A special Human Rights Committee on women was established.
  3. Female genital mutilation was burned
  4. A bill of rights was included in the constitution of Tanzania.

(vi) Which one is not a civic responsibility of citizens in Tanzania?

  1. Participation in work.
  2. Attending a party meeting.
  3. Obeying the laws.
  4. Helping the needy.


(vii) Which statement explains the importance of limiting the exercise of some human rights and freedoms?

  1. It helps to demand the limited rights and freedoms by force.
  2. It stores some of the rights and freedoms for future use.
  3. It controls powerful individuals from denying other people's rights.
  4. It promote the denial of human rights and freedoms.

(viii) Which of the following is not a type of citizenship?

  1. Citizenship by birth
  2. Citizenship by tribe
  3. Citizenship by naturalization
  4. Citizenship by descent

(ix) Which of the following are categories of work?

  1. Physical work and simple work
  2. Simple work and heavy work
  3. Physical work and mental work
  4. Small work and heavy work

(x) Which of the following is not among the individual life skill?

  1.  Assertiveness
  2.  Self - awareness
  3.  Negotiation
  4.  Coping with stress


(xi) Why work is important?

  1.  It sustain life by producing and distributing services.
  2.  It sustain life by producing and processing goods and services needed.
  3.  It sustain life by processing services and goods unwanted in the society.
  4.  It sustain life by producing both goods and food eaten by families.

(xii) The ability to make the best choice out of many available options is referred to as

  1.  Problem solving
  2.  Decision making
  3.  Critical thinking
  4.  Proper behaviour


(xiii) A situation where there is a long line of vehicles on a road that cannot move or that can only move very slowly is known as

  1.  Traffic jam
  2.  Traffic warden
  3.  Traffic
  4.  Traffic queue

(xiv) Dual citizenship in our country ends when a person reaches the age of 

  1.  21 years
  2.  18 years
  3.  25 years
  4.  30 years

(xv) A state of being free from danger when using roads is known as

  1.  Road marks
  2.  Road accident
  3.  Road safety
  4.  Traffic signs

(xvi) What does the blue colour in the Tanzania national flag represent?

  1. People
  2. Mineral deposits
  3. National freedom
  4. Water bodies


(xvii) What is an appropriate way of assisting HIV and AIDS victims?

  1. Guidance and self-esteem
  2. Guidance and counseling
  3. Self-awareness and counseling
  4. Effective decision making.

(xviii) Road accidents can be avoided in Tanzania through

  1. construction of tarmac roads
  2. observing traffic regulations
  3. employing well trained traffic police
  4. employing more magistrates.

(xix) Which of the following promotes proper behaviour among the youth?

  1. Religious teaching
  2. The police
  3. The judiciary
  4. The prisons

(xx) Kiling suspected criminals without giving them a fair  trial in the court of law  referred to as

  1. Limitation of human rights
  2. Natural justice
  3. Human right abuses
  4. Peoples power

2. Match the explanations on human rights in List A with corresponding human rights 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)     Right specifically entitled to children

(ii)  Rights which people enjoy just for belonging to a community

(iii) Rights which are personal to every individual and all people are born with them.

(iv) Universal Human Right which is inactive to children

(v)   Rights listen and defined in an instrument of law.

  1.  Rights to marry and form a family
  2.  Economic rights
  3.  Right to live in a family
  4.  Natural rights
  5.   Third generation of Human rights
  6.    Legal rights
  7.  Human Rights Abuse

 

3. For each of the statement (i) — (x), write True if the statement is correct or False if the statement is not correct.

(i)Work promotes selfish attitude..........

(ii) One of the aspects of social skills is peer resistance...................  
(iii),Poverty can cause road accidents......................

(iv) The president must always travel with the national flag...............      

(v) Positive peer pressure can lead to good performance in school...........     

(vi) Work is any physical activity that a person does to earn a living    

(vii) Female genital mutilation promotes child spacing....... 

(viii) John Pombe Magufuli was the Shortest Serving president....... 

(ix) Obeying road signs reduces traffic jams on the road... 

(x) All people are equal before the law..................

 

SECTION B (50 MARKS)

Answer all questions in this section

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

 

Citizenship goes with rights and duties. A citizen who knows well his/her rights and duties is a responsible citizen. The main duties of a citizen are loyalty to the country, obedience to laws, paying taxes and defend his/her country.

As for loyalty, every citizen should be loyal and should not do anything that may disgrace his/her country. In addition one should always think and work for the interests of the country.
Responsible citizen should obey the laws of the country which are passed by the institutions of the country from time to time. Laws are necessary for the welfare of all. Obedience of the laws will ensure that there is peace and order. Every citizen should pay local and central government taxes honestly. Without money from its people the government cannot run well its programmers.

QUESTIONS

(a) Suggest a suitable title for this passage

(b) Who is a responsible citizen?

(c) Mention three duties of a responsible citizen

(d) Why should all citizens obey the laws of the country?

(e) Explain briefly, why it is necessary to pay taxes honestly.

 

5. Define and give the importance of the following

  1. Coat of arms
  2. Creative thinking
  3.                     Zebra crossing
  4.                      National Anthem
  5. Mental work
  6.                      Social skills
  7.                   Special groups
  8.                Citizenship
  9.                      Road traffic signs
  10. Family

 

SECTION C(15 Marks)

Answer one (1) question from this section.

6. Describe six importance of proper behavior to an individual

7. Outline the steps that has been taken in Tanzania to promote human rights

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THE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

SECONDARY EXAMINATION SERIES

PHYSICS   ANNUAL  EXAMINATIONS 

FORM ONE-NOVEMBER 2021

Time: 2:30Hours

Instructions.

  1. This paper consists of section A, B and C with a total of 10 questions
  2. Answer all questions.
  3. Section A carries 30 marks, section B 50 marks and section C 20  Marks
  4. All answers should be written in the spaces provided.
  5.  All communication devices, calculators and any unauthorized material are not allowed in examination room.
  6. Write your number on every page of your answer booklet.
  7. Where necessary, the following constants may be used;
  1. Acceleration due to gravity, g=10m/s2
  2. Density of water= 1g/cm3 or 1000kg/m3

 SECTION A (30 Marks)

 Answer All questions in this section.

 1.  For each of items (i-xx) choose the correct its letter in the box provided

(i)A physicist is generally interested in studying the relationship between:

  1.             composition and decomposition of matter
  2.              matter and energy
  3.              Physics and Chemistry
  4.             Physics and energy

(ii)The measurement of mass using a beam balance uses the principle of:

  1.             conservation of matter
  2.              conservation of momentum
  3.              gravitational pull of the Earth
  4.             moments

(iii)The following instruments are used to measure length EXCEPT:

  1.             hydrometer
  2.              metre rule
  3.              micrometer screw guage
  4.             vernier callipers

(iv)According to Archimedes’ Principle, upthrust is equal to the:

  1.             apparent weight
  2.              volume of fluid displaced
  3.              weight of fluid displaced
  4.             weight of the displaced object

(v)Work and energy have the same SI unit called:

  1.             calorie
  2.              joule
  3.              pascal
  4.             watt

(vi) A student gets electric shock and falls down unconscious in a Physics laboratory. Which of the following would you do first to help the victim?

  1.               Administer breathing exercise
  2.              Call physics teacher
  3.              Call other students
  4.             Call medical doctor

(vii) An engineer wanted to measure the diameter of a wire to the accuracy of three decimal places. Which of the following instruments would you recommend to be used?

  1.             Engineers callipers 
  2.              Micrometer screw gauge
  3.              Metre rule
  4.              Vernier callipers

(viii)     An egg was immersed in a transparent liquid contained in a glass beaker. The egg was observed to float fully immersed in the middle of the liquid. What conclusion can you make from the observation? 

  1.             The density of the egg is less than that of the liquid. 
  2.               The density of the egg is greater than that of the liquid.
  3.               The egg and liquid have the same density.
  4.              The upthrust on. the egg is equal to the weight of the egg in air.

(ix)Water can exist in three states, namely:

  1.             ice, liquid water and water vapour
  2.              liquid, solid and fluid
  3.              liquid water, solid and gas
  4.             vapour, gas and ice

(x) Which one will need much force to pull or push than the other between 10 kg of stone and 10 kg of cotton?

  1.             10 kg of stone will need much force than 10 kg of cotton.
  2.              10 kg of cotton will need much force than 10 kg of stone.
  3.              Same force will be needed in both.
  4.             10 kg of stone is heavier than 10 kg of cotton.

(xi) Which of the following forces can cause the mosquito larva to float on water?

  1.             Surface tension.
  2.              Adhesive forces.
  3.              Friction forces.
  4.             Cohesive forces.

(xii) Which of the following devices is used for measuring the upper fixed point of a thermometer scale?

  1.             Hydrometer
  2.              Hypsometer
  3.              Thermometer
  4.             Barometer

(xiii)  Which of the following is a safety precaution in the Physics laboratory?

  1.              Doing experiment in the laboratory
  2.               Handling of apparatus in the laboratory
  3.               Use equipment with care in the laboratory
  4.             Do anything in the laboratory

(xiv)  Which of the following statements is correct about mass?

  1.              It is measured by beam balance
  2.               It is measured by spring balance 
  3.               It varies with place 
  4.              It can be zero.


(xv)A force which prevents a body to slide is called:

  1.             stretching force.
  2.              restoring force.
  3.              frictional force.
  4.             compressional force.

(xvi)One of the following is the condition for a body to float in water:

  1.             The mass of a floating body is greater than displaced water.
  2.              The density of the body must be less than the density of the fluid.
  3.              The upthrust due to the liquid must be smaller than the weight of the body.
  4.             The displaced water is less than the floating body.

(xvii)Density and height are factors which affect pressure in:

  1.             solid.
  2.              solid and liquid.
  3.              liquid.
  4.             gas.

(xviii)Which instrument will you use to measure accurately the inside diameter of a bottle neck?

  1. Tape measure
  2.        Micrometer screw gauge
  3.        Meter rule
  4. Vernier calipers


(xix)Which of the following are used to stop fire?

  1.             Matches
  2.              Extinguishers
  3.              Fuels
  4.             Brushes


(xx)The walls of a dam are made thicker at the bottom than at the top because the:

  1.             pressure of water at the bottom is greater
  2.              pressure of water at the bottom is less 
  3.              weight of water at the bottom is greater
  4.             weight of water at the bottom is less.

2. Match the following items.

 

List A

List B

(i)                Used to measure density of liquid

(ii)              Use in measuring density of irregular substance

(iii)            Used to prepare volume of correct solution

(iv)            Suitable to measure thickness of a wire

(v)              Characteristics which can be measured by an instrument.

  1.            Pipette
  2.             Volumetric flask
  3.            Water bottle
  4.            Vennier caliper
  5.             Eureka can
  6.             Physical quantity
  7.            Chemical quantity
  8.            Micrometer screw gauge
  9.               Density bottle

 

3. Fill the gaps below

(i)                Process of assigning numbers to observation or events__________________

(ii)              _________________ is a characteristic which can be measured by instrument

(iii)            A quantity that cannot be derived from another is___________

(iv)            ______________ is SI – unit of length

 (v)             Amount of matter in a substance is _______________

 

 


SECTION B (50 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section.
4.(a) Define each of the following terms as applied in physics:

(i)Work

(ii)Energy 

(iii)Power 

(iv)Density

(b) A force of 10N acts on a stationary object of 5kg. This action causes an object to move along a smooth horizontal surface for 8 seconds before  stopping. What is the velocity of the object?

5.  State the following:

(i) Archimedes principle

(ii) Law of flotation

(b) A body has a mass of 120g and a volume of 100cm3. Will the body sink or float in water? Give reason for your answer.

6. (a) What is volume ………………………………………………………………………………….

  …………………………………………………………………………………………………………

 (b) Define relative density of a body

  …………………………………………………………………………………………………………

(c) The mass of a density bottle is 15g. When it is filled full with a fluid of density 1.3g/cm3, its mass is 51g. Find the volume of the bottle.

7. (a) Mention the steps of scientific investigation in descending order

  (i) ………………………………………………………………………

  (ii) ……………………………………………………………………..

  (iii) …………………………………………………………………….

  (iv) …………………………………………………………………….

  (v) ………………………………………………………………………

 (b) Mention at least five (5) safety rule in a Physics Laboratory

  (i) ………………………………………………………………………….

  (ii) …………………………………………………………………………

  (iii) …………………………………………………………………………

  (iv) ………………………………………………………………………..

  (v) ……………………………………………………………………….

(c) A square lead block has sides of length 5cm. If has a mass of 2kg. Calculate the density of the lead block.

 (i) In g/cm3

 

 

 (ii) Inkg/m3

8. (a) Define adhesion and cohesion.

(b) State hook's law

(c)What do you understand about capillarity?.State three uses of capillarity in daily life.

9. State Pascal’s principle of pressure

(b)What are the three factors that affect the liquid pressure?

(c) Calculate the area of a surface of an object which exerts a pressure of 0.2N/m2 when a  force acting on it is 2N.

 

10.(a) List down four uses of hydraulic press.

(b)Why is a hole at the bottom of a ship more dangerous than one that is near the surface?

(c) Calculate the pressure at the bottom of the sea water 52m deep, if the density of water is 1025 Kg/m3. Take the acceleration due to gravity (g) as 10N/Kg.

 

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM ONE PHYSICS EXAM SERIES 73

THE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

COMPETENCY BASED SECONDARY EXAMINATION SERIES

CHEMISTRY ANNUAL  EXAMINATION

FORM ONE-2021

 

Time: 2:30Hours

Instructions.

  1.              This paper consists of section A, and B with a total of 10 questions
  2.              Answer all questions in spaces provided.
  3.              Section A carries 20 marks, section B 80 marks.
  4.              All answers should be written in the spaces provided.
  5.              All communication devices, calculators and any unauthorized material are not allowed in examination room.
  6.              Write your number on every page of your answer booklet.
  7.              The following atomic masses may be used: H=1, N=14, O=16, S=32

 SECTION A (20 Marks)

 Answer All questions in this section.

  1. For each of the items (i)-(x), choose the correct answer from the alternatives given.

SECTION A – (20 MARKS)

1. For each of the item (i)-(x) choose the correct answer from the choices given and write the corresponding letter in the table provided.

  1. Air entering the Bunsen burner is controlled by ___________(A) metal ring (B) air hole (C) metal jet (D) air ring
  2. Which of the following apparatus is used to measure a fixed volume of liquid? (a) burette (b) measuring cylinder (c) pipette(d) dropper
  3. A branch of science which deals with the study of matter and its properties is called ________ (a) meteology (b) astronomy (c) physics (d) chemistry
  4. Petrol is an example of _________ (a) corrosive substance (b) irritant substance (c) flammable substance (d) toxic substance
  5. First aid is provided to: (a) any person who is sick (b) an accident victim (c) an ill person (d) doctors and nurses
  6. A chemist should acquire the following skills except (a) experimentation (b) observation (c) problem identification (d) surgery
  7. One of the following is not laboratory rules. (a) heat flammable chemicals over open flame (b) turn off all burners when not in use (c) always wears protectors during experiment (d) never use broken glassware during experiment
  8. The chemical symbol lead is _________ (a)Nw (b) Pb (c) Ar (d) Sd
  9. Chemical spread on crops to destroy pests are called __________ (a) insecticide (b) pesticides (c) fertilizers (d) weed killers
  10. A pharmacist is a person who deals with ____________ a) chemical processing industries (b) medicine (c) laboratory experiment (d) agriculture

I

ii

Iii

Iv

v

vi

vii

viii

ix

x

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. a) Match each item in list A with the correct response in list B by writing its letter below the number of the corresponding item in the table provided

LIST A

LIST B

  1. Direct change of solid state to gaseous state
  2. The third step in scientific procedure.
  3. The flame which is suitable for laboratory uses
  4. Use to protect animals and human being from diseases
  5. Is a special room where scientific experiments areconducted

 

A. hospital

B.  Vaccines

C. Luminous flame

D. deposition

E. sublimation

F. non luminous flame

G. experimentation

H. formulation hypothesis

I. laboratory

 

 

List A

I

Ii

iii

iv

v

List B

 

 

 

 

 

 

b) fill the blanks provided

  1. Chemical used to kill insects are called ______________
  2. Are the people who study chemistry in ancient times ____________
  3. __________ is the study of nature
  4. The study of chemistry prepares people for different skills we need in our daily life such as _____________
  5. ____________ is anything which has mass and occupies a space

 

SECTION B (80 MARKS)

3 (a) Define chemistry __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

 (b) Name two product in each of the following field made by application of chemistry

Field 

products

i) agriculture

a)

 

b)

ii) food and beverage industry

a)

 

b)

 

 

 

c) mention four importance of studying chemistry

  1. ___________________________________________________________________________________
  2. __________________________________________________________________________________
  3. _________________________________________________________________________________
  4. _____________________________________________________________________________________

4. a) Define the following terms

  1. First aid _____________________________________________________________________________________________________
  2. First aid kit ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  3. Fainting ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

(b) Mention four importance of first aid to a victim

  1. _________________________________________________________
  2. _________________________________________________________
  3. ____________________________________________________________
  4. ________________________________________________________________

5. a) Draw and give one function of each of the following apparatus 

Name of apparatus

Drawing 

functions

i) conical flask

 

 

ii) pipette

 

 

 

b) mention four components of first kit and state their uses

  1. ________________________________________________________________________________
  2. ________________________________________________________________________________
  3. __________________________________________________________________________________
  4. ________________________________________________________________________

6. a) Mention three (3) state of matter and give three (3) examples of each state

  1. ________________________________________________________
  2. _______________________________________________________
  3. __________________________________________________________

b) what type of change are these

  1. Decaying of teeth _______________________________________________________
  2. Burning of charcoal _____________________________________________________
  3. Drying of wet clothes ____________________________________________________-
  4. Grinding piece of chalks ______________________________________________
  5. Ripens of fruits _______________________________________________________
  6. Sour milk ____________________________________________________________________

 

7. a) what is the differences between physical change and chemical change (4 points)

 

PHYSICAL CHANGE 

CHEMICAL CHANGE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

        b) The figure below shows the relationship among three states of matters: Name the process involved in A, B, C, D, E and F

  1. Is____________________________________________
  2. Is_________________________________________________
  3. Is __________________________________________________
  4. Is_____________________________________________________
  5. Is_________________________________________________________
  6. Is __________________________________________________________-

8. a) i) what is flame? _______________________________________

        ii) mention two types of flame produced by Bunsen burner

  1. ____________________________________________________________-
  2. ___________________________________________________________

      b) Give four differences between the flames you have mentioned in 8 a (i) above

i)

 

ii)

 

iii)

 

iv)

 

 

9. What do you understand about the following terms

  1. Mixture____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  2. Solute _________________________________________________________________________________
  3. Solvent _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  4. Solution _____________________________________________________________________________
  5. Compound _____________________________________________________________________________________________________

10. i) Define an element______________________________________________________________________________________________________-

  ii) write a chemical symbol for each of the following elements

  1. Iron _________________________________________________________________
  2. Copper __________________________________________________
  3. Silver _______________________________________________________
  4. Mercury _______________________________________________________

iii) write the name of the following element for each chemical symbols 

  1. K_________________________-
  2. Ne__________________________
  3. Ca_______________________
  4. Pb __________________________-

 

 

 

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM ONE CHEMISTRY EXAM SERIES 72

THE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

COMPETENCY BASED   SECONDARY EXAMINATION SERIES

BIOLOGY   ANNUAL  EXAMINATION

FORM ONE-NOVEMBER, 2021

 

Time: 2:30Hours

Instructions.

  1.          This paper consists of section A, B and C with a total of 11 questions
  2.          Answer all questions in section A and B and ONE question from section C.
  3.          Section A carries 30 marks, section B 50 marks and section C 20  Marks
  4.          All answers should be written in the spaces provided.
  5.          All communication devices, calculators and any unauthorized material are not allowed in examination room.
  6.          Write your number on every page of your answer booklet.

 SECTION A (30 Marks)

 Answer All questions in this section.

(i) The branch of science which deals with the study of living things is known as

  1.   Biology
  2.    Ecology
  3.    Botany
  4.   Zoology

(ii) Which of the following structure controls the movement of materials in and out of the cell?

  1.   Nucleus
  2.    Chloroplast
  3.    Cell membrane
  4.   Vacuole

(iii) A room specifically designed for carrying out scientific experiments is known as

  1.   Classroom
  2.    Fume chamber
  3.    Library
  4.   Laboratory

(iv) Which one of the following is recommended as a First Aid procedure for a victim who has been stung by bee?

  1.   Sitting quietly
  2.    Giving huge amount of water to the victim
  3.    Applying baking soda paste on the bee stung area.
  4.   Leaving the cotton on the stung area for few minutes.

(v) Which of the following foods should be added to the diet of a person suffering from scurvy?

  1.  Groundnuts 
  2. Orange
  3.  Cassava 
  4. Fish

(vi)Which of the following types of waste cannot be recycled? ......... .

  1. paper
  2. metal scraps
  3. used syringe
  4. plastics

(vii)A communicable disease which affects a large number of people in a short period of time at a given locality is referred as: ...............

  1. Pandemic 
  2.  endemic
  3. sporadic
  4. epidemic

(viii)  Insufficient food rich in protein to children especially infants result into nutritional deficiency disease called.

  1. Marasmus
  2. Obesity
  3. Kwashiorkor 
  4.  Ricketts

(ix)Which one of the following are examples of animal tissues?

  1. Muscle, blood and bone
  2. Brain, bone and liver
  3. Skin, heart and brain
  4. Muscle, liver and skin


(x)  First Aid given to a victim of electric shock is meant to:

  1. keep the victim moving
  2. send the patient to the hospital
  3. provide the victim with fluids
  4. lie down with his/her feet higher than head

 

2. For each of the items (i) - (x), write True if a statement is correct or False if a statement is not correct in the space provided.

(i) Botany is the study of animals  

(ii)Only protoctists have prokaryotic cells

(iii)Amoeba moves with the help of cillia

(iv)Typhoid is water born disease.......... 

(v) Anemia is a condition in which a patient has few erythrocytes . 

(vi) Landfill is a way of disposing domestic wastes ...............

(vii)Sharing towels can spread HIV......................

(viii)Plants can make own food....................

(ix)Syphilis is a communicable disease ...............

(x)All bacteria are harmful to man ..............

 

3, Match the phrases in List A with responses in List B by writing the letter of the correct response below the corresponding item number in a table provided.

List A

List B

(i) Ability of the body to resist infection and disease.

(ii) The invasion of pathogens into the body of living organism.

(iii) A process of inducing antigens into a healthy person.

(iv) A condition that affects the health of the body and is characterized by certain symptom.

(v) Agents which spread pathogens in the community.

  1. Disease
  2. Vaccination
  3. Infections
  4. Vectors
  5. Immunity
  6. Endemic
  7. Antibodies
  8. Pandemic

 

4. Complete each of the following statements by writing the correct answer in the spaces provided.

  1. A type of reproduction that needs two parents..................................................
  2. The roots of a fungi................................................................................
  3. The locomotary structure in paramecium.......................................
  4. An example of sporadic disease..................................................
  5. The highest rank in classification....................................

 

SECTION B (50 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section.

  1. I. Name the branch of biology that deals with the study of the following: -
  1. Inheritance and variation.       (1 Mark)

………………………………………………………………………………………………

  1. Parasites.         (1 Mark)

………………………………………………………………………………………………

  1. Insects          (1 Mark)

………………………………………………………………………………………………

  1. Bacteria         (1 Mark)

………………………………………………………………………………………………

  1. Plants          (1 Mark)

………………………………………………………………………………………………

 

II. State three importance of studying biology.     (3 Marks)

………………………………………………………………………………………………

………………………………………………………………………………………………

6. (A) Name the taxonomic unit: -

  1. Where members share the least number of characteristic.   (1 Mark)

………………………………………………………………………………………………

  1. With fewest number of members.      (1 Mark)

………………………………………………………………………………………………

(B) State the functions of each of the following cell organelles.   (5 Marks)

  1. Golgi apparatus.

………………………………………………………………………………………………

  1. Mitochondria

………………………………………………………………………………………………

  1. Centrioles

………………………………………………………………………………………………

  1. Chloroplasts

………………………………………………………………………………………………

 

  1. Ribosomes

………………………………………………………………………………………………

 

  1. (A) Below is a specialized cell.

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  1. Name the cell.         (1 Mark)

………………………………………………………………………………………………

  1. State one modification of the cell to its function.    (1 Mark)

………………………………………………………………………………………………

  1. Give the function of the above cell.      (1 Mark)

………………………………………………………………………………………………

 

(B) State three importance of locomotion.      (3 Marks)

………………………………………………………………………………………………

………………………………………………………………………………………………

………………………………………………………………………………………………

 

  1. a) Name the parts of the microscope labeled 1, 5 and 6.   (3 Marks)

 

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1…………………………………………………………………………………………

5…………………………………………………………………………………………

6…………………………………………………………………………………………

 

b) What is the function of the following parts; 2, 4 and 7?   (3 Marks)

2…………………………………………………………………………………………

4…………………………………………………………………………………………

7…………………………………………………………………………………………

 

    c) State two functions of a microscope. 

 

  1. (A) State four differences between a plant cell and an animal cell.   (4 Marks)

Plant cell

Animal Cell

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(B) The diagram below represent a biological tool.

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  1. Identify the tool.        (1 Mark)

………………………………………………………………………………………………

  1. Name the part labeled A.       (1 Mark)

………………………………………………………………………………………………

  1. State the use of the tool.       (1 Mark)

………………………………………………………………………………………………

SECTION C (20 Marks)

Answer one ( l) question from this section.

10. Describe two merits and two demerits or each of the artificial and the natural systems of classification.

11."KEEP THE ENVIRONMENT CLEAN". This slogan emphasizes on maintaining the cleanliness of surroundings of the community through proper waste disposal. Write an essay on the above using the following guidelines:

  meaning of waste 

  meaning of waste disposal 

   types of wastes 

   proper ways of disposing waste 

   effects of poor waste disposal

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ANNUAL EXAMINATION  MATHEMATICS- FORM ONE

Time: 2:30 Hours   November 2020 a.m.

Instructions

1.This paper consists of ten (10) compulsory questions.

2.Show clearly all the working and answers in the space provided.

3.All writing must be in blue or black ink except drawings which must be in pencil.

4.Four figure mathematical tables, geometric instruments and graph papers may be used where necessary.

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

1. (a) Write the place value of digits in the brackets

i. 785061        (5) ii.  52401         (2)

(b) Write the following into expanded form 

i.720902              

ii.53901

2.(a) Write 0.003685 correct to 

i) 3-significant figure   ii) 3-decimal places

(b) Convert image  into decimal, correct to 2-decimal places.

3. (a) Change 

i) 1608 hrs into 12 – hours clock system   ii) 7:08 pm into 24 – hours clock system

(b) The length of 200 dam is what percent of the length of 1.6 km?

4.(a) Find the H.C.F of 112, 168 and 420 by prime factorization. 

(b) Three traffic lights at three different road crossings change after 48 seconds, 72 seconds and 100 seconds respectively. If they all change simultaneously at 8:00 am. At what time will they change again simultaneously?  

5. (a) Express   in form of   where b ≠ 0

(b) Solve for x given that 

   

6.(a) Two complementary angles differ by 120. Find the angles

(b) Two angles of polygon are right angles and each of the remaining is 1250. Find number of sides of the polygon and sum of the interior angle.

7.(a) Solve following system of simultaneous equations

image 

4x - 3y = 22

(b) 10 years ago a man was 12 times as old as his son and 10 years from now a man will be twice as old as his son. Find their present age.

8. (a) What is the absolute value of : 

i)  5/6 - 6/7  ii)  -3 x 7

(b) Solve the following

 image 

9.(a) A loss of 15% on the price of an item is equal to T.sh 9,000/=. Find the selling price of an item for the profit of 25%.

(b) Find slope, y-intercept and x-intercept of a line 3x + 2y +6=0.

10. (a) In the figure below, find the value of: (i) x (ii) y 

image 

(b) Twice the width of a rectangle is greater than its length by 3cm. If the perimeter of the rectangle is 36cm, find its dimensions 

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PRESIDENT'S OFFICE 
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ANNUAL EXAMINATION 
PHYSICSFORM ONE

NAME………………………………………..CLASS………………………………….TIME:2:30HRS

INSTRUCTIONS.

  1. This paper consists of sections A, B and C with a total of TEN (10) questions.
  2. Answer all questions
  3. All writing must be in blue or black ink except drawing which must be in pencil.
  4. Calculators, cellular phones and any unauthorized materials are not allowed in the examination room.
  5. Write your Examination Number at the top right corner of every page.
  6. Where necessary the following constant may be used;

(i)Acceleration due to gravity, g = 10m/s2

(ii)Density of water = 1g/cm3 or 1000kg/m3

(iii)1hp = 746 W

SECTION A (30 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section.

SECTION A.

  1. Write the letter of the correct answer in the box provided

(i)A Newton is a force which has the following units 

  1. Kg m-2
  2. Kg m-2 S-1
  3. Kg m/s
  4. Kg m S-2 

(ii)Buoyancy mainly determined by two factors namely

  1. Volume and density
  2. Volume and mass
  3. Weight and mass
  4. Weight and density

(iii)A force exerted by pressure of PN/m2 and acting over an area of a A m2 is 

  1. P Newton
  2. A Newton
  3. F Newton
  4. PA Newton

(iv)Pressure in liquid depends on 

  1. Area
  2. Volume
  3. Depth
  4. Mass

(v)…………. Is the pull of the earth towards its center

  1. Momentum
  2. Force
  3. Pull
  4. Weight

(vi)Micrometer screw gauge is used for measuring length of object to the accuracy of 

  1. 0.001cm
  2. 0.01cm
  3. 0.0001cm
  4. 0.1cm

(vii)The force that course twisting of an elastic material is called 

  1. Restoring force
  2. Tort ional force
  3. Stretching force
  4. Compressional

(viii)A piece of wood of volume 0.24cmand mass of 0.72g has relative density of 

  1. 3.0g/cm3
  2. 3.0kg/m3
  3. 0.3
  4. 3

(ix)Physics is the study of relationship between 

  1. Matter and energy
  2. Matter and Biology
  3. Energy and Chemistry
  4. Matter and medicine

(x)Which of the following is not correct about force?

  1. Moves
  2. Stops
  3. Change direction
  4. Monitors

(xi)Why Physics, Chemistry and Biology are natural science subjects?

  1. They need practical and theory work for learning
  2. They need only theory for learning
  3. They need practical work only
  4. They need only observation.

(xii)Which of the following is a safety precaution in the Physics laboratory?

  1. Doing experiment in the laboratory
  2. Handling of apparatus in the laboratory
  3. Use equipment with care in the laboratory
  4. Do anything in the laboratory

(xiii)Which instrument will you use to measure accurately the inside diameter of a bottle neck?

  1. Tape measure
  2. Micrometer screw gauge
  3. Meter ruler.
  4. Vernier Calipers.

(xiv)Which of the following statement is correct about mass?

  1. It is measured by beam balance
  2. It is measured by spring balance
  3. It varies with place
  4. It can be zero

(xv)A hydrometer is an instrument used to measure

  1. The volume of liquids
  2. The density of liquids
  3. The density of solids
  4. The volume of solids.

(xvi)When a body of mass M, is lifted through a height h, it possesses the energy known as

  1. Kinetic energy
  2. Chemical energy
  3. Light energy
  4. Potential energy

(xvii)Liquid A has a density of 1.03g/cm3 and liquid B has a density of 0.97g/cm3 a hydrometer sinks 

  1. More in B than in A
  2. More in A than in B
  3. Equally in both liquids A and B
  4. None of the above

(xviii)The pressure or air inside a car tyre increases if the car stands for sometime in full sunlight. According to kinetic theory this is due to an increase inside the tyre of 

  1. The size of air molecules
  2. The number of air molecules
  3. The speed of air molecules
  4. the average distance between the air molecules

(xix)A stone of mass 5kg is pulled to a height of 2cm above the ground. The work done against the pull of gravity is 

  1. 10J
  2. 100J
  3. 1000J
  4. 10000J

(xx)A relative density bottle has a mass of 18.50g when empty 54.50g when filled with water and 38.30g when filled with a second liquid. The density of second liquid is 

  1. 1.8g/cm3
  2. 0.18g/cm3
  3. 0.55g/cm3
  4. 0.56g/cm3
  1. Matching the items in the first column with those in the second column, write the item number in second against corresponding item in the first.

LIST A

LIST B

(i)Contact force

(ii)Weight

(iii)Apparent loss in weight

(iv)Viscousity

(v)Force of gravity

  1. Fundamental force
  2. Upthrust
  3. Real weight
  4. Push or pull
  5. Types of force
  6. Measured in newton
  7. Force that exists between two layers of liquids
  8. Frictional force

3. Fill in the gaps provided of the;

(i)………………………….. is the weight of a body when it is immersed in a fluid. 

(ii)…………………………… is the descent or decline of an object to the lower levels in a liquid. 

(iii)Submarines, hot air balloons, ships hydrometers are the applications of the Archimedes principle and law of ………………………..

(iv)When a body is immersed in a fluid the upwards push that the fluid exerts on the body ………………………….. or buoyance. 

(v)Mathematically force can be defines as …………………. times …………………

SECTION B (50 Marks)

4.(a) Define the term densityand state its SI unit.

(b) Relative density of aluminum is 8.5. What does this statement means?.

(c) An irregular solid x has a mass of 50g when it is totally immersed in water of volume 60cm3 the final water volume is read as 70cm3. Calculate the density of the irregular solid x.

5.(a) Define force and state its SI unit.

(b) Distinguish between matter and volume.

(c) As form one student.Give four difference between mass and weight.

6. (a) Define adhesion and cohesion.

(b) State hook's law

(c)What do you understand about capillarity?.State three uses of capillarity in daily life.

7.(a)Why do object ftoats in water?

(b) State Archimedes Principle

(C) An object weights 7.5N in air and it weights 4.5N in water

(i) Calculate upthrust action on the body

(ii) Relative density of the object

8. (a) What do you know about pressure, state its SI unit.

(b)Name device that are used for measuring atmospheric pressure

(c)A glass slab of density 2.0 Kg/mmeasures 2m x 1m x 3m. what is the (i) Maximum pressure it exerts on the ground

(ii) Minimum pressure it exerts on the ground

SECTION C ( 20 marks)

9. (a) What is joule as used in physics?

(b) State the principle of conservation of energy

(c) How much power is required to accelerate a 1000 Kg car from rest to 26.0 m/s in 8 s. Give the answer in horse power

10. (a) Define a beam of light

(b) Draw the following rays

(i) Parallel beam

(ii) Convergent beam

(iii) Divergent beam

(c) State laws of reflection

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REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT 
ANNUAL EXAMINATION 
GEOGRAPHY FORM ONE

NAME…………………………………………..CLASS……………………………TIME: 2HRS

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 two (2) questions from section C
  3. All writing must be in blue or black ink.
  4. All answers must be written in the space provided.
  5. Calculators, cellular phones and any unauthorized materials are not allowed in the examination room.
  6. Write your Examination Number at the top right corner of every page.

SECTION A (25 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section.

SECTION A: 

1. For each of the following (I-X) choose the most correct answer from the given alternatives and write its letter besides the item number.

(i) Temperature decreases with altitudes at the rate of:-

(a) 1.6C˚ for every 100 metres

(b) 16C˚ for every 100 metres

(c) 0.6C˚ for every 100 metres

d) 0.16C˚ for every 100 metres

(ii) The rotation of the earth causes the following except?

(a) Day and night

(b) The different of one hour between two meridians of 15˚ width.

(c) Seasons 

(d) The deflection of winds and ocean current.

(iii) Which of the following is the proper arrangement of the first five (5) planets of the solar systemaccording to the distance from the Sun starting with nearest planet?

(a) Mercury, Earth, Venus, Saturn and Mars.

(b) Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars and Jupiter.

(c) Venus, Mercury, Mars, Earth and Jupiter.

(d) Mars, Earth, Mercury, Jupiter and Venus.

(iv) One of the following groups are features of the ocean floor:-

(a) Ridge, basin, plateau and waterfalls.

(b) Continental shelf, basin and waterfalls.

(c) Host, plain, basin and volcano

(d) Trend, Continental shelf and continental slope.

(v) Isobars are lines drawn on a map to join all places with the same:-

(a) Amount of rainfall

(b) Height above sea level

(c) Amount of Temperature

(d) Atmospheric pressure

(vi) The condition of atmosphere recorded over a long period of time is:-

(a) Climate

(b) Temperature 

(c) Weather

(d) Atmospheric pressure.

(vii) The side of a Mountain facing away from the direction of the wind is called? 

(a) Fore side

(b) Wind wards side

(c) Front

(d) Lee ward side.

(viii) The best description of the term Geography:-

(a) The study of the solar system

(b) The study of the planets.

(c) The study of man in relation to his environment

(d) The study home of man.

(ix) The planets:-

(a)Are bodies that rotate around the Sun

(b)Are bodies that revolve around the Sun.

(c) Are stars.

(d) More of the above.

(x) Which are is the Large Scale among the following?

(a) The denominator is usually medium

(b) The denominator is small

(c) The denominator is large

(d)The denominator range from large to medium

2. Match the items in column A with those in column B by writing the letter of the correct answer against its corresponding item number in column A.

LIST A

LIST B

(i) Land that is completely surrounded by water.

(ii) The planet that is known to support life is…….

(iii) Geography originated from two Greek words “geo” and……

(iv) Farthest position of the earth from the sun

(v) The wind in which blows from the sea to the land

A. Anemometer

B. Fold Mountain 

C. Island

D. Isotherms

E. 0.6 C˚ for every 100 metres.

F. Isohyets

G. Sea breeze

H. Aphelion

I. Earth

J. Convectional rainfall

K. Graphein

L. Perihelion.

3. Write TRUE or FALSE against the following statements.

(i) Statement scale is expressed in fraction___________

(ii) Winter is the one of the seasons of the year__________

(iii) Elements of weather are the same as element of climate___________

(iv) Winds blows from areas of low pressure to high pressure____________

(v) The Sun is the source of all energy____________

(vi) Humidity is measured by a Hygrometer__________

(vii) Representative Fraction Scale (R.F) is a way of expressing the scale of a map by the one of linear scale_________

(viii) Fold Mountain is the result of high pressure and temperature under the ocean floor_________

(ix) Lake Tanganyika is a rift Valley Lake__________

(x) Television is an example of Mass Media_______

SECTION B (45 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section.

4. Mention five element of Weather.

5.(a)List five essentials of a good Map

(b) Mention three (3) ways in which the scale of the Map can be represented.

(i)…………………………………………………………….

(ii) ……………………………………………………………

(iii) …………………………………………………………..

(c) Mention two types of Maps according to Scale

1………………………………………2…………………………………………

6. (a) Study carefully the diagram below and label letters A, B, C, D, E, F and G.

(b) Mention four factors which affect the temperature of the place.

(c) Change the following scale:

(i) 1: 50,000 into statement scale

(ii) One centimeter on the map represents two Kilometer on the ground. Change into (R.F) scale orFraction Scale.

(iii) Calculate the distance if the Map Scale is 1:50,000 and the distance obtained from point A to point B is 24 centimeter.

7. Carefully, study the climatic graph given and then answer the questions.

(i) Calculate the annual range of temperature

(ii) Calculate the annual rainfall for the stations

(iii) Calculate the mean annual rainfall for the station 

(iv) Suggest the type of climate for the station.

(v) Give reasons for the suggestion you have given in (iv) above.

SECTION C (30 Marks)

Answer two (2) questions from this section.

  1. Outline the importance of studying geography
  2. Briefly explain the reasons why the earth is round
  3. What are the factors that affect the climate of a place
  4. Discuss the effects of rotation and revolution of the earth.


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              PRESIDENT'S OFFICE 
REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT 
ANNUAL EXAMINATION 
PHYSICS   FORM ONE

 

NAME………………………………………..CLASS………………………………….TIME:2:30HRS

 

INSTRUCTIONS.

 

  1. This paper consists of sections A, B and C with a total of TEN (10) questions.
  2. Answer all questions
  3. All writing must be in blue or black ink except drawing which must be in pencil.
  4. Calculators, cellular phones and any unauthorized materials are not allowed in the examination room.
  5. Write your Examination Number at the top right corner of every page.
  6. Where necessary the following constant may be used;

(i)     Acceleration due to gravity, g = 10m/s2

(ii)  Density of water = 1g/cm3 or 1000kg/m3

 

SECTION A (30 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section.

 

SECTION A.

 

  1. Write the letter of the correct answer in the box provided

(i)                 Newton is a force which has the following units 

  1. Kg m-2
  2. Kg m-2 S-1
  3. Kg m/s
  4. Kg m S-2 

 

(ii)               Buoyancy mainly determined by two factors namely

  1. Volume and density
  2. Volume and mass
  3. Weight and mass
  4. Weight and density

 

(iii)            A force exerted by pressure of PN/m2 and acting over an area of a A m2 is 

  1. P Newton
  2. A Newton
  3. F Newton
  4. PA Newton

 

(iv)             Pressure in liquid depends on 

  1. Area
  2. Volume
  3. Depth
  4. Mass

 

(v)               …………. Is the pull of the earth towards its center

  1. Momentum
  2. Force
  3. Pull
  4. Weight

 

(vi)             Micrometer screw gauge is used for measuring length of object to the accuracy of 

  1. 0.001cm
  2. 0.01cm
  3. 0.0001cm
  4. 0.1cm

 

(vii)           The force that course twisting of an elastic material is called 

  1. Restoring force
  2. Tort ional force
  3. Stretching force
  4. Compressional

 

(viii)        A piece of wood of volume 0.24cmand mass of 0.72g has relative density of 

  1. 3.0g/cm3
  2. 3.0kg/m3
  3. 0.3
  4. 3

 

(ix)             Physics is the study of relationship between 

  1. Matter and energy
  2. Matter and Biology
  3. Energy and Chemistry
  4. Matter and medicine

 

(x)               Which of the following is not correct about force?

  1. Moves
  2. Stops
  3. Change direction
  4. Monitors

(xi) Why Physics, Chemistry and Biology are natural science subjects?

  1. They need practical and theory work for learning
  2. They need only theory for learning
  3. They need practical work only
  4. They need only observation.

(xii)                       Which of the following is a safety precaution in the Physics laboratory?

  1. Doing experiment in the laboratory
  2. Handling of apparatus in the laboratory
  3. Use equipment with care in the laboratory
  4. Do anything in the laboratory

(xiii)                     Which instrument will you use to measure accurately the inside diameter of a bottle neck?

  1. Tape measure
  2. Micrometer screw gauge
  3. Meter ruler.
  4. Vernier Calipers.

(xiv)                     Which of the following statement is correct about mass?

  1. It is measured by beam balance
  2. It is measured by spring balance
  3. It varies with place
  4. It can be zero

(xv)                       A hydrometer is an instrument used to measure

  1. The volume of liquids
  2. The density of liquids
  3. The density of solids
  4. The volume of solids.

(xvi)                     When a body of mass M, is lifted through a height h, it possesses the energy known as

  1. Kinetic energy
  2. Chemical energy
  3. Light energy
  4. Potential energy

(xvii)                 Liquid A has a density of 1.03g/cm3 and liquid B has a density of 0.97g/cm3 a hydrometer sinks 

  1. More in B than in A
  2. More in A than in B
  3. Equally in both liquids A and B    
  4. None of the above

 

(xviii)              The pressure or air inside a car tyre increases if the car stands for sometime in full sunlight. According to kinetic theory this is due to an increase inside the tyre of 

  1. The size of air molecules
  2. The number of air molecules
  3. The speed of air molecules     
  4. the average distance between the air molecules

 

(xix)                   A stone of mass 5kg is pulled to a height of 2cm above the ground. The work done against the pull of gravity is 

  1. 10J
  2. 100J
  3. 1000J       
  4. 10000J

 

(xx)                     A relative density bottle has a mass of 18.50g when empty 54.50g when filled with water and 38.30g when filled with a second liquid. The density of second liquid is 

  1. 1.8g/cm3
  2. 0.18g/cm3
  3. 0.055g/cm3      
  4. 0.56g/cm3

 

  1. Matching the items in the first column with those in the second column, write the item number in second against corresponding item in the first.

LIST A

LIST B

(i)                 Contact force

(ii)               Weight

(iii)            Apparent loss in weight

(iv)             Viscousity

(v)               Force of gravity

  1.              Fundamental force
  2.               Upthrust
  3.               Real weight
  4.              Push or pull
  5.               Types of force
  6.                Measured in newton
  7.              Force that exists between two layers of liquids
  8.              Frictional force

 

3. Fill in the gaps provided of the;

(i)                 ………………………….. is the weight of a body when it is immersed in a fluid. 

(ii)               …………………………… is the descent or decline of an object to the lower levels in a liquid. 

(iii)            Submarines, hot air balloons, ships hydrometers are the applications of the Archimedes principle and law of ………………………..

(iv)             When a body is immersed in a fluid the upwards push that the fluid exerts on the body ………………………….. or buoyance. 

(v)               Mathematically force can be defines as …………………. times …………………

 

SECTION B (50 Marks)

 

  1. (a) Define the term density

(b) An irregular solid x has a mass of 50g when it is totally immersed in water of volume 60cm3 the final water volume is read as 70cm3. Calculate the density of the irregular solid x.

 

      4.   (a) The three states of water are (i) …………………………………………..

                                              (ii) …………………………………………..

                                                               (iii) ………………………………………….

 

            (b) Define (i) Force (ii) Matter  (iii) Capillarity

 

  1. (a) The three differences between mass and weight are:                                             (i)……….. (ii)………… (iii)…………….

 

(b) If the area of an object is increased its weight kept constant, what will happen to its pressure?

 

  1. (a) Define the term Brownian movement

(b) Explain the terms adhesion and cohesion

(c) State the three uses of capillarity in our daily life

 

  1. (a) State Archimedes Principle

(b) An object weights 7.5N in air and it weights 4.5N in water

(i) Calculate upthrust action on the body

(ii) Relative density of the object

 

 

  1. (a) Define pressure and state its SI unit

(b)   Name devices that are used for measuring pressure

(c)   A glass slab of density 2000kg/mmeasures 20m x 10m x 30m. what is the (i) Maximum pressure it exerts on the ground

            (ii) Minimum pressure it exerts on the ground

(d)   Pressure at the bottom of well is 9800N/m2. How deep is the well? (take density of water 1000kg/m3 and g = 9.8N/kg)     

 

  1. (a) State Hooker’s law

(b) A certain spring has constant of k = 20N/m if an object with 400g were hung from the spring how far would it stretch?

 

 

10. (a) What are the uses of the following devices?

(i)     Manometer………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

(ii)  Hare’s apparatus (inverted U – tube)

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

(iii) U – tube

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

(iv) Barometer

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

 

 

   (b) Why a big Elephant manage to walk comfortably in mad soil without sinking while human being may sink easily?

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

 

 

    (c) Draw a well labeled diagram which demonstrates that liquid pressure depends on depth.

 

 

 

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LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM ONE PHYSICS EXAM SERIES 31

THE PRESIDENT'S OFFICE

MINISTRY OF REGIONAL GOVERNMENT AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

ANNUAL EXAMINATIONEXAMINATION SERIES

ENGLISHFORM-1

2020

2:30 HOURS

  1. This paper consists of sections A, B, C and D with a total of ten (10) questions.
  2. Answer all questions in the spaces provided.
  3. All writing must be in blue or black ink
  4. Calculators, cellular phones and any unauthorized materials are not allowed in the examination room.
  5. Write your Examination Number at the top right corner of every page.

SECTION A (20 Marks)

COMPREHENSION AND SUMMARY.

1. Read the passage below carefully and then answer the questions that follow.

My pet is a dog, his name is Nene. He has brown and black fur and his hind legs are slightly shorter than the front ones. His ears are always upright. I can remember certainly well the day my father brought him home. It was on 17th December, 2015. At that time he was a puppy of two months, it was surely the best day of my life. I held him and tried to be good at him, but it was a bad day for him since he had been separated from his mother and other puppies.

Nene did not eat or drink anything the whole day. Of course I was happy to have him for my own, but his cries made me feel sorry for him and I promised to take good care of him. After three days, he started eating well and even played with me.

Nene is a lovely dog, he is loved by all members of our family. He comes to great me whenever I come back from school. He wags his tail and lies down ready to play. He is an intelligent and obedient dog I have ever seen.

After finishing my homework, I always play with him. My mother often tells me, "Mark, I am happy you got what you have always wanted". We feed him once a day, we provide him with plenty of water throughout the day, along with dog-food. To make him clean we give him a bath with dog-shampoo once a week. We also clean his kennel every day. Every year, we take him to the veterinary clinic for vaccinations. He is both a protector and a friend.

QUESTIONS

(a) Answer the following questions by using the right information from the passage.

(i) Who was keeping the dog?

(ii) When was the dog brought home?

(iii) Why do you think Nene was crying?

(iv) How many times was Nene fed in a day?

(v) Why was Nene taken to the veterinary clinic?

(b) For each of the following statements, write TRUE if the statements is correct or FALSE if the statement is not correct.

(i) The dog had brown and black fur.......

(ii) Nene was a protector and a friend ......

(iii) Mark did not like to play with the dog......

(iv) Nene's ears were always upright......

(v) Nene was brought home when he was three months old........

2. Read the following passage and answer the question that follows in the blank spaces provided.

Sports and games are necessary for maintaining health and physical fitness. Involving oneself in competitive sports and games encourages the sense of competition. Being a captain helps to provide the person with leadership qualities. Playing as a team encourages cooperation among players.

You may ask yourself, “If I spend my time in sports and games when should I study?” Here is the solution; study in the morning as the mind is still fresh and play in the evening as the mind is tired since sports and games make us mentally active. Remember the saying which says that “all study and no play makes Jack a dull boy”.

List down five advantages of participating in sports and games:

(a) 

(b) 

(c) 

(d) 

(e) 

SECTION B (20 Marks)

LANGUAGE USE

3. Match the expressions in Column B below the corresponding expression number in Column A in the table provided. Item (vi) has been provided as an example

Column A

Column B

(i)A place where dead bodies are kept until burial.

(ii)A room in a hospital where babies are born

(iii)A place where medicines are prepared and sold.

(iv)A room in which sick people get bed rest.

(v)A place where sick people are treated

(vi)A room which is used for health check up.

  1. Pharmacy
  2. Ward
  3. Stadium
  4. Laboratory
  5. Mortuary
  6. Labour ward
  7. Hospital
  8. Kitchen
  9. Laundry

4. Re – arrange the following sentences into a logical sequence to make a meaningful paragraph.

Sentence number 6 has been done as an example.

  1. The two have six children.
  2. Jumbe has a wife whose name is Makwabe
  3. So, Jumbe and Makwabe are my grandparents.
  4. Who is thus my grandfather is called Jumbe
  5. My mother’s father.
  6. Including my mother.

5. Imagine that you are a prefect and you live in a school hostel. Explain your school daily routine to a fellow prefect from a new school who wants to learn from you. Use the following events as your guidelines:

(a) Wake up time.

(b) Cleaning the hostel areas.

(c) Taking a bath and putting on school uniform.

(d) Taking morning roll call.

(e) Doing cleanliness around the school.

(f) Standing in assembly for morning speech and announcements

(g) Lessons in the classrooms begin.

(h) Break time.

(i) Lunch time.

(j) Outside activities and going back to the dormitories.

SECTION C (40 Marks)

PATTERNS AND VOCABULARY

6. Fill in the blank spaces by using the following words in the list.

Cousin, niece, grandfather, uncle, nephew, sister-in-law, son-in-law, grandson, aunt.

(a) The sone of your son is your 

(b) The daughter of your sister is your 

(c) The brother of your father is your 

(d) The sister of your wife is your 

(e) The son of your brother is your 

7. (a) Fill in the blank spaces with the correct form of the word in the brackets.

(i) Asha  her uniform now. (wash)

(ii) My mother  cooking rice when I arrived home yesterday. (be)

(iii) Upendo (be write)  a letter now.

(iv) Mariam (go)  to the market now.

(v) Baraka (eat)  now.

(b) Complete the following sentences by using words given in the list.

in, on, from, to, at, by

(i) Salama wakes up  6.00 a.m

(ii) John is suffering  malaria.

(iii) Bukagile goes to school  a car.

(iv) Kali lives  Dar es Salaam.

(v) Masasila goes to the market  foot.

8. Re-write the following sentences according to the instruction given after each.

(i) He got the job. He had no qualifications.

(join using: “in spite of”)

(ii) He shouted very loudly. He woke the baby up.

(Join using: “so …… that”)

(iii) You must work hard in order to pass your examination.

(Begin with: “If …….”)

(iv) He went to the bus station in a hurry. He wanted to be on time.

(Join using: “in order to”)

(v) If you won’t show me your identity card, I won’t give you the details.

(Re-write using: “Unless”)

SECTION D (20 Marks)

READING PROGRAMME

9. Choose one class reader you have read in form one or two, then answer the following questions.

The Magic Garden- K.R. Cripwell (1977), William Collins Sons and Company Ltd, Great Britain.

Kalulu the Hare- F. Worthngton (1937), Longman, England.

Hawa the Bus Driver- R.S. Mabala (1988), Ben and Company, Dar es Salaam

Fast Money- K.R. Cripwell (1978), William Collins Sons and Company Ltd, Great Britain.

Mabala the Farmer- R.S. Mabala (1988), Ben and Company, Dar es Salaam

(a) Give the title of the book.

(b) Mention the name of the character.

(c) What did he do in the story?

(d) Why do you like or dislike him?

(e) In your opinion, what can be learnt from the character?

10. Read the following poem then answer the questions that follow:

Twinkle twinkle little star 

How I wonder what you are 

Up above the world so high

Like a diamond in the sky

When the blazing sun is set 

And the grass with dew is wet 

Then you show your little light

Twinkle, twinkle, all the night 

QUESTIONS

(a) What is the title of this poem?

(b) What is it compared to the Diamond?

(c) Where are the stars found?

(d) When can the stars be seen?

(e) What can you learn from a poem?

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM ONE ENGLISH EXAM SERIES 30

THE PRESIDENT'S OFFICE

MINISTRY OF REGIONAL GOVERNMENT AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

ANNUAL EXAMINATIONSERIES

HISTORY FORM-1

2020

TIME: 2:30 HRS

INSTRUCTIONS.

  1. This paper consists of sections A, B and C with a total of Seven (7) questions.
  2. Answer all questions in section A and B and two (2) questions from section C
  3. All writing must be in blue or black ink.
  4. All answers must be written in the space provided.
  5. Calculators, cellular phones and any unauthorized materials are not allowed in the examination room.
  6. Write your Examination Number at the top right corner of every page.

SECTION A

1. For each of the items (i) — (x), choose the correct answer from among the given alternatives and write its letter.

(i)Which one of the following statements is not true about history?

  1. Helps learners to critically assess historical events.
  2. Helps learners to know past achievements and failures of man.
  3. Helps learners to get skills for their future careers.
  4. Helps learners to loose a sense of nationalism and patriotism.

(ii)The evolution theory explains about:

  1. the survival of archaeological remains
  2. the process of accumulating precious goods.
  3. the origin of man using a scientific approach
  4. the creation of man which is found in Holy Books.

(iii)One of the characteristics of man before the discovery of iron technology was:

  1. dependence on environment for survival
  2. reliance on industrial machines
  3. avoidance of gathering fruits
  4. involvement in slave trade

(iv)The method of collecting historical information through talking and listening to elders is called:

  1. archaeology
  2. archives
  3. museums
  4. oral traditions

(v)People whose work is to study and explain the remains which show mans physical development, his activities and the tools he made and used are known as: 

  1. Archaeologists
  2. Evolutionists
  3. Biologists
  4. Homo Sapiens

(vi)The following was the major form of feudal relations in Rwanda and Burundi:

  1.  Basulu
  2. Chiefdom
  3. Ntemiship
  4.  Ubugabire

(vii)One of the problems of written records as a source of historical information is that, they:

  1. are given by elders
  2. are mostly reliable
  3.  can be used by literate people only
  4. serve as stores of variety of information

(viii) Examples of mixed farming societies in pre-colonial Africa were:

  1.   Hehe, Digo, Maasai and Matumbi
  2. Karamajong, Pokot, Fipa and Hadzabe
  3. Nyamwezi, Nyakyusa, Ndorobo and Chagga 
  4. Sukuma, Sangu, Kurya and Fipa

(ix)Which one of the following sites represents the early Stone Age?

  1. Bagamoyo 
  2. Isimila 
  3. Olduvai Gorge 
  4. Kilwa

(x)The goods imported to East Africa from Arabia and Persian Gulf includes:

  1. Glass, pottery and porcelain 
  2. Beads, cloth and copper 
  3. axes, swords and spear 
  4. ivory, gold and palm oil

2. (a) Match the item in LIST A with their correct response from LIST B. Write down letter of correct response in space provided.

LIST A

LIST B

  1. Father of evolution of man
  2. Modern man
  3. Walked on four limbs
  4. Could make tools and had large brain capacity
  5. The earliest man who could stand upright.
  1. Homo erectus
  2. God
  3. Primate
  4. Homo Habilis
  5. Homo sapiens
  6. Charles Darwin
  7. Zinjathropus
  8. Clever creatures

(b) Complete each of the following statements with the correct historical facts.

(i)The dominant form of social organization in pastoralist societies was called

(ii) The first leader of Jihad movement in West Africa was called

(iii)The first European nation to involve in the trading of slaves in the first half of the 15 th century is called

(iv)An East African historical site where the skull of the earliest man was discovered is known as .

(v)The source of historical information which is obtained through the word of mouth is called .

3. Write T for true statement and F for false statement.

  1. Stones were first weapons to be used by man
  2. During earlier stone age man resembled apes
  3. Human being in earlier Stone Age lived in permanent settlement.
  4. Man had greater mastery of the environment during late stone age
  5. One of sites of earlier Stone Age tools found in central African is Olorgesaile.
  6. The body of Homo habilis was more hairly than that of Homo erectus.
  7. The theory of creation and that of evolution of man are sometimes similar.
  8. It was better for man to use stone tools than iron tools
  9. Art and cultural diversity emerged before 100,000 years ago
  10. During the Iron Age people did not have permanent shelter.

4. (a)Arrange the following sentences in a chronological order. 

  1. These activities enable man to obtain his needs from nature.
  2. Mans basic needs consist of food, clothing and shelter
  3.  The actions man takes upon nature have one major aim.
  4.  History is a record of human activities.
  5.  They aim to change natural objects into a condition satisfying human needs.

(b) Complete each of the following statements with the correct historical facts.

  1. Mans major technological innovation during the Middle Stone Age was .....
  2. The title of the supreme political leader in the Haya was ..
  3. A place where books, files, colonial and travellers records are kept is called. ..
  4. The feudal system which developed in Zanzibar was called 
  5. The East African Kingdom in which Busulo and Nvunjo feudal relations developed was. . ..

SECTION C

5. Briefly explain the following:

  1.  Evolution .................
  2.  Patrilineal society ..........
  3. Communalism ...........
  4. Afrikaans ............
  5. Mansa Musa . .....

6. What were the effects of the discovery of fire during the Middle and Late Stone Ages? (Give six points)

7. Briefly explain the following terms:

(i)Pharaoh

(ii)Golden Stool

(iii)Boer trek 

(iv)Slavery 

(v)Capitalism 

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM ONE HISTORY EXAM SERIES 29

THE PRESIDENT’S OFFICE,

REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

REGIONAL EXAMINATIONS SERIES

FORM ONE

CIVICS

INSTRUCTIONS: 


I.This paper consists of section A and B.

  1. Answer ALL questions from both sections.
  2. Write all your answer in the space provided.
  3. Write your name in every pages of your answer sheet.

SECTION A: (40 marks) 

Answer all questions in this section.

I Choose the correct answer from the alternatives given and write its letter in the table provided bellow.

(i) The national anthem is sung when

A. The President appoints ministerB. A member O'f parliament is sworn in

C. The President inspects a guard of honorD. there is a cabinet meeting.

(ii) Universal declaration of human rights was declared on:

A. 24th of Oct. 1954B. 1st of July, 1977C. 1st of July, 1992D. 1st of July, 1967

(iii) Tluee types of life skills are:

A. Individual, social and creativity

B. Individual, social and effective decision skills

C. Proper behavior, individual life skills and effective decision

D. Effective decision, social skills and self-awareness

(iv) In the national flag, the yellow colour represents:

A. People B. Minerals C. Water bodies D. Animals

(v) Some components of a nation are ......

A. People, territory and torch B. Territory, sovereignty and traditions

C. Peace, national language and traditions D. Territory, sovereignty and people

(vi) The most basic institution in any society is ...........

A. The church B. The family C. The school The government

vii) An advantage of being a citizen is that one...........

A. Enjoys all the rights in the country B. Applies to the ministry of Home Affairs for citizenship

C. Has lived within a country for at least five years D. Has been born in a country

(viii)The customs and beliefs of a particular group of people are called .........

A.Custom B. Language C. Citizen D. Culture

(ix)The event that happened in the past are called:

A. History B. Custom C. Beliefs D. Culture

(x)Tanzania uses system of laws and basic principle A. Currency B. Constitution C. Government

D. Coat of arms 


2. Match the statements in list A with the correct statement in list B.


3.For each statement, write "T" for TRUE statement and "F" for FALSE statement.

(i)While a person is enjoying his or her rights he or she can also interfere with the

rights of others ........................................................

(ii)Lack of proper education can be a cause of improper behavior. ...........................

(iii)The deaf are people who cannot speak properly. .........................

(iv)Promotion of human rights promotes people to respect and value human rights .................

(v)Formation of friendships is not a part of social skills ..................................

(vi)Zanzibar revolution took place on 12th January, 1963 ..................................

(vii)National festivals are days when we celebrate important national events .....................

(viii)The skills that enable individuals to understand themselves in various ways is

called social skills .......................................................

(ix)Right to equality includes the freedom of association ..................................

(x)The period during which two people carefully study and get to know one another

before get married is called courtship ..........................................

SECTION B: (10 Marks) 

4.Read the following passage carefully and then answer the question that follows:

Work is any lawful activity that a person does to earn a living. People work to produce goods and services. It is the duty of every member of the community to work.

There are two types of work related activity done in any community. These are manual or physical work and mental work, Physical work; these are activities that need more physical capacity, for example livestock keeping, fishing and mining. Mental work refers to the activities that need more mental capacity for example teaching, nursing and banking.

Work for national development increase the country's production, this makes the economy grow. Also the economic activities that citizens engaged in enable them to pay taxes to the government.

Work for self development means we get our basic needs from working as one must get food, shelter and clothes. Through work people can improve their living standard as they can build good houses and beable to afford social services such as health, education, water and electricity. Work keeps people busy; they therefore do not have time to engage in criminals like theft, rapping and use of illegal drugs.

Work is therefore very important to both a country and an individual in the community.

QUESTIONS:

(i) Suggest a suitable title for this passage .............................................

(ii) Why work is so very important to people and a country development? Mention four (4) points:

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(iii) List three (3) basic needs that a person gets through working:

(a)

(b)

(c)

(iv) Write down two (2) types of work related activities:

(a)

(b)
SECTION B: (60 marks) 

5.Mention down five (5) consequences of not applying life skills.

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

6. Define and give two (2) importance of the following terms:

(i) Civics ................................................................

Importance:

a)

b)

(ii) National symbols.........................................................

Importance

a)

b)

(iii) National anthem.............................................

Importance

a).................................................................


b)

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM ONE CIVICS EXAM SERIES 28

THE PRESIDENT'S OFFICE

MINISTRY OF REGIONAL GOVERNMENT AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT

ANNUAL EXAMINATION SERIES

CIVICSFORM-1

2020

Duration: 2:30 Hours

INSTRUCTIONS.

  1. This paper consists of sections A, B and C with a total of seven (7) questions.
  2. Answer all questions in section A and B and one (1) question from section C
  3. All answers must be written in the spaces provided.
  4. All writing must be in blue or black ink.
  5. Calculators, cellular phones and any unauthorized materials are not allowed in the examination room.
  6. Write your Examination Number at the top right corner of every page.

SECTION A (20 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section.

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

(i) A situation whereby there is equal opportunities to both men and women in different social and economic needs is referred to as

  1. Gender identity
  2. Gender blind
  3. Gender gap
  4. Gender balance

(ii) The ability to take and feel the problems of others as your own problems is known as

  1. Assertion
  2. empathy
  3. sympathy
  4. awareness

(iii) Which of the following is not among the individual life skill?

  1. Assertiveness
  2. Self - awareness
  3. Negotiation
  4. Coping with stress

(iv) Actions or manners that are acceptable to all members of the community are called?

  1. Adulthood behaviour
  2. Proper behaviour
  3. Adolescent behaviour
  4. Members behaviour

(v) Why work is important?

  1. It sustain life by producing and distributing services.
  2. It sustain life by producing and processing goods and services needed.
  3. It sustain life by processing services and goods unwanted in the society.
  4. It sustain life by producing both goods and food eaten by families.

(vi) The ability of an individual to understand and live in peace and harmony in the society is called.

  1. Technical life skills
  2. Personal life skills
  3. Individual skills
  4. Social skills.

(vii) The ability to make the best choice out of many available options is referred to as

  1. Problem solving
  2. Decision making
  3. Critical thinking
  4. Proper behaviour

(viii) The process of exercising fairness and justice to both sexes is called

  1. Gender discrimination
  2. Gender issues
  3. Gender equality
  4. Gender equity

(ix) A situation where there is a long line of vehicles on a road that cannot move or that can only move very slowly is known as

  1. Traffic jam
  2. Traffic warden
  3. Traffic
  4. Traffic queue

(x) Which of the following represent the important conditions for a stable marriage?

  1. Openness, tolerance and love
  2. Trust, love and arrogance
  3. Transparency, trust and wealth
  4. Agreement, high education and honest

(xi) A state of being free from danger when using roads is known as

  1. Road marks
  2. Road accident
  3. Road safety
  4. Traffic signs

(xii) What does the blue colour in the Tanzania national flag represent?

  1. People
  2. Mineral deposits
  3. National freedom
  4. Water bodies

(xiii)Tanzania national currencies include

  1. bank notes and foreign currencies
  2. foreign currencies and coin
  3. coin and bank notes
  4. US dollar and pound.

(xiv) Road accidents can be avoided in Tanzania through

  1. construction of tarmac roads
  2. observing traffic regulations
  3. employing well trained traffic police
  4. employing more magistrates.

(xv) Which of the following promotes proper behaviour among the youth?

  1. Religious teaching
  2. The police
  3. The judiciary
  4. The prisons

(xvi) The ability to think and come-up with new ideas and ways of doing things isreferred as

  1. critical thinking
  2. creative thinking
  3. decision making skills
  4. negotiation skills

(xvii) The man and woman in the Coat of arms represent

  1.  Family
  2.  Human labour
  3.  Gender equity
  4.  Unity and cooperation

(xviii) The event in which the national flag is hoisted at half-mast is

  1. the independence day
  2. the national misfortunes
  3. the heroes day
  4. the religious holidays

(xix) A village government is made up of

  1.  adult population and village assembly
  2. . village council and the chairman
  3. . adult population and the chairman
  4.  village assembly and village council

(xx) A feeling of loyalty and love for ones country is called

  1.  Self-awareness
  2.  Self-esteem
  3.  Patriotism
  4.  Empathy.

2. Match the items in List A with the correct responses 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) The biological differences between a man and woman 
(ii) A situation whereby female students are encouraged to opt for Arts subjects. 
(iii) The systematic efforts to understand the role of 
women and men in the society. 
(iv) A corrective measure against women oppression. 
(v)The social relationship between women and men. 

A. Gender 
B. Gender balance 
C. Women empowerment 
D. Gender analysis 
E. Gender discrimination 
F. Sex 
G. Gender stereotyping 
H. Gender biasness 

3. For each of the statement (i) — (x), write Trueif the statement is correct or Falseif thestatement is not correct.

(i)Work promotes selfish attitude..........

(ii) One of the aspects of social skills is peer resistance................... 
(iii),One of the sources of local government revenue is development levy............. 

(iv) Tanzanian money is in the form of notes and pounds

(v) Positive peer pressure can lead to good performance in school 

(vi) Work is any physical activity that a person does to earn a living 

(vii) Female genital mutilation promotes child spacing.......

(viii) A youth who engage in unsafe sex lacks responsible decision making skills 

(ix) Obeying road signs reduces traffic jams on the road...

(x) Corruption is one of the human rights abuses

SECTION B (50 MARKS) 
Answer all questions in this section


4. Read the following passage carefully and then answer the questions that follow. 
Wild life refers to all animals and plants living in their natural environment. Wild life is very important resources to any country as it produces meat which is used by man as food. Other products from animals and plants include wood, far, skins and ornaments just to mention a few. 
The increasing population in Tanzania has also increased the consumption of wildlife products in the country. This has led to the increased destruction of the natural habitat of animals and plants. Therefore, there is a need for intentional measures to conserve it. Such measures are protecting natural vegetation, enforcing law, practicing modern game cropping, avoid poaching, animal control from diseases and enacting by laws of not endangering animals. 
Thus to conserve wild life in our environment it is also important to encourage game cropping in places where game species seem to be populated to reduce overgrazing and soil erosion. 
Questions
a) Suggest a suitable title for this passage 
b) According to the passage mention two effects of increased population in Tanzania to the animals and plants 
c) Outline two importance of wild life to mankind 

d) Suggest two measure to conserve the wild life in Tanzania 

e) State two advantages of game cropping in populated games 

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

(a) Physical work

Definition………… ………………… ……………

Importance

(i)…………………………………………………………………………………………………….

(ii)…………………………………………………………………………………………………….

(b) National currency

Definition ………… ………… …………… ……………

Importance

(i)………………… ………………… …………………

(ii)………………… …………………… ………………

(c) National symbols

Definition ……………… ………………………

 Importance

(i)…………………… ……………… …………………

(ii)……………… ………………… …………………………

(d) Traffic signs

 Definition……………… ………………… ………………………

Importance

(i)……………… ……………… ………………

(ii)……………… ………………………………

(e) Problem solving technique

Definition………… ………………………

Importance

(i)………………………… …………………………………

(ii)………………………… …………………………………

(f) Promotion of human rights

Definition…………………… ………………………

Importance

(i)………………… ……………… …………………

(ii)………………… …………………………………

(g) National language

Definition… ………………… ………………………

 Importance

(i)…………………… ………………… ……………………

(ii)…………………… ………………… ………………………

(h) Responsible decision making

Definition ………………………… …………

Importance

(i)……………… ……………………………

(ii)……………… …………………………… 

(i)Responsible decision making

Is the ability to make constructive choices about personal behavior and social interactions bases on ethical standards, safety concerns and social norms.

  • Importance:

(i)Help one live in peace in the society.

(ii)Help in avoiding conflict of interest.

SECTION C (15 Marks)

Answer one (1) question form this section

6. Explain six problems associated with early marriage in the society.

7. Explain the importance of life skills to young people by giving six points.

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM ONE CIVICS EXAM SERIES 27

PRESIDENT'S OFFICE 
REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT 
ANNUAL EXAMINATION 
CHEMISTRYFORM ONE

NAME………………………………………..CLASS……………………………TIME: 2HRS

INSTRUCTIONS:-

-This paper consists of three sections- A, AND B

-Answer all questions in section A and B.

SECTION A: 15 MARKS

  1. Choose the most correct answer from among of the given alternatives and write its letter in the space provided;
  1. The following skills acquired through studying chemistry except;
  1. Careful observation
  2. Accurate reporting
  3. Testing hypothesis experimentally
  4. Map reading skills
  1. Chemistry is a scientific activity because;
  1. Chemistry is studied in schools
  2. Chemistry is interesting subject studied through data collection and analysis.
  3. Knowledge of chemistry is acquired through observation, experimentation and logical reasoning.
  4. It involves study of living and non living things.
  1. The following are laboratory rules except;
  1. Turn off water and gas tap after use
  2. Test any unlabelled substance before using it in the laboratory.
  3. Put off flames which are not in use
  4. Remove obstacles from gang ways.
  1. Splints are among of the first aid kit equipments which of the following sentences set describes its use;
  1. Used to pick up and holding things
  2. Used for cutting bandages or pieces of clothes
  3. Used to support broken bones and is tied using bandages.
  4. Used for holding pieces of bandages or cloth together.
  1. The Bunsen burner is likely to contain soot when;
  1. The air hole is closed
  2. The air hole is open but not fully
  3. The air holes of Bunsen burner are completely open.
  4. The burner is not raised
  5. The gas supply is high
  1. Which of the following takes place in experimental stage?
  1. Rejection of hypothesis
  2. Acceptance of hypothesis
  3. Concluding the scientific findings
  4. Carry out investigations
  1. In scientific procedure, what would be the next step to follow after experiments?
  1. Data interpretation
  2. Conclusion
  3. Observation
  4. Investigation
  1. In her first experiment, Mwajuma dissolved sulphuric acid in water and heat was evolved. In her second experiment he dissolved sugar in water and no heat was evolved or absorbed she conducted that;
  1. Her first experiment was physical change
  2. Both of her experiments were physical change
  3. Her second experiment was chemical change
  4. Her first experiment was chemical change
  1. In most general sense the word combustion means …………….
  1. Burning substance in oxygen or air.
  2. Burning compound of carbon in air.
  3. Burning any fuel in air or oxygen
  4. By chemical combination accompanied by light and heat in which or more reactants is gaseous
  1. 10 grams of copper powder were placed initiation tube containing air. The tube was very strongly for half an hour. At the end experiment;
  1. Copper increased in mass in changed colour
  2. Copper melted into liquid copper form.
  3. The total mass of tube and its content decreased.
  4. Water vapour appeared in the tube.

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iv

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vi

vii

viii

ix

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  1. Match the items in List A with their correspondence items in List B.

LIST A

LIST B

  1. Separation of wanted or unwanted solid from mixture.
  2. Method of separating basing on the solubilities of solids in miscible solvents.
  3. A solid that is formed out of solution.
  4. Is used to test purity of organic substance.
  5. Is the best method for separation of liquid mixtures.
  6. Any solid that does not pass through the filter paper.
  7. Substance that can sublime.
  8. Is used to extract salts from sea or lakes.
  9. Drops of coloured oils in water.
  10. Solid particles with regular shape.
  1. Emulsion paint
  2. Emulsion point
  3. Precipitates
  4. Precipitation
  5. Residue
  6. Filtrates
  7. Simple distillation
  8. Fractional distillation
  9. Evaporation
  10. Filtration
  11. Contaminated water
  12. Crystals
  13. Hand picking
  14. Chromatography
  15. Aluminium chloride
  16. Ammonium sulphate

  1. All materials used for preventing rusting aim at preventing water and oxygen from reaching the iron.
    Write T for correct statement and F for incorrect statement;
  1. Accidents always happen in the laboratory.
  2. All experiments must be done in the fume cupboards.
  3. Rusting cannot cause corrosive to some articles made up iron or steel.
  4. Desiccator is an apparatus used to dry solid chemicals.

SECTION B 80 MARKS
(a) Define the following terms;z

  1. Combustion ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
  2. Combustible material ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

(b) Label the parts marked A, B, C, D, E and F in the diagram below; 

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  1. ………………………………………..
  2. ………………………………………..
  3. ……………………………………….
  4. ………………………………………..
  5. ………………………………………..
  6. ………………………………………..

(c) What is the importance of parts labelled? 

B ………………………………………………………………………………………

C ………………………………………………………………………………………

D ……………………………………………………………………………………….

  1. Fill the suitable word in the space provided;

(a)Bronze is an alloy formed by mixing ……………… and ………………………. 

(b)Steel is an alloy formed by mixing ………………… and ………………………. 

(c)…………………… is a solution in which like solvent used is not water. 

(d)…………………….. is used to stir and mix substance uniformly. 

  1. (a) Define the following terms and give one example in each case;
  1. A chemical symbol ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
  2. An element ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
  3. A compound ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
  4. Suspension ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

(b) Write names of elements represented by the following symbols

i.Au ……………………………………

ii. Ag …………………………………….

iii. Hg ……………………………………..

iv. P ………………………………………..

v. Sn …………………………………………

  1. Draw apparatus which are used to perform the following process in the laboratory;

Process 

Apparatus diagram 

(a)It is used to measure accurate 20/25cm3 of liquid. 

(b)A flat apparatus at the base used to hold volume of liquid during experiment. 

© Wire placed on top of tripod stand. 

(d)Used for scooping small quantities of powder or crystalline chemicals. 

(e)Used for holding heating and mixing liquid – it measures estimate volume of liquids. 

  1. (a) Mention and explain briefly any five warning signs found in chemical containers

giving one example in each case. 

i)………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

ii)………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

iii)………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

iv)………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

v)………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

(b) Distinguish between the following; 

i.Hypothesis against fact ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

ii. Deposition against sublimation ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

(c) Point out any 6 differences between metals and non – metals ; 

Metals 

Non metals 

  1. (a) Briefly explain any five methods of preventing rusting.

i)………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

ii)………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

iii)………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

iv)………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

v)………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

(b) A certain pink coloured compound is heated to form blue colour. When water is 
added to sample , it changed back to pink. 

i. What change is demonstrated by the compound …………………………………....

ii. Explain the reasons for your choice. 

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...….

(c) State the type of changes demonstrated by the following phenomenon; 

  1. Burning of firewood ……………………………………………………….
  2. Rotting of meat …………………………………………………………….
  3. Heating frying pan …………………………………………………………..
  4. Melting of butterfat …………………………………………………………
  5. Change of cloud to rain ……………………………………………………..
  6. Heating of iron rod …………………………………………………………..
  1. Your provided with the diagrams below, study it carefully and answer questions that follows;

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(a)State short and clear description about what will be observed in each test tube A – D after 2 or 3 days; 

  1. Test tube A. ………………………………………………….
  2. Test tube B …………………………………………………..
  3. Test tube C. …………………………………………………..
  4. Test tube D. …………………………………………………..

(b)Why the water in the test tube D boiled the covered with oil. ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

(c)What is the function of calcium chloride in test tube B? …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

(d)What conclusion can you draw from your experiment? …………………………………………………………………………………………

(e)(i) Give two similarities between combustion and rusting …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

(ii) Give two differences between combustion and rusting …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

LEARNINGHUBTZ.CO.TZFORM ONE CHEMISTRY EXAM SERIES 26

PRESIDENT'S OFFICE 
REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT 
ANNUAL EXAMINATION 
FORM ONE

033BIOLOGY

Duration: 2:30 Hours

Instructions.

  1. This paper consists of sections A, B and C with a total of eleven (11) questions.
  2. Answer all questions in section A and B and one (1) question from section C
  3. All writing must be in blue or black ink except drawing which must be in pencil.
  4. Calculators, cellular phones and any unauthorized materials are not allowed in the examination room.
  5. Write your Examination Number at the top right corner of every page.

SECTION A (30 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section.

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

i) Malaria is a disease that kills more people in the tropics than other disease. It is caused by :-

a)Female culex mosquito

b)Female anopheles mosquito

c) Plasmodium

d)Bacteria 

i)The following are not risk behaviours except------

a)Being patient b) Shaking hands with HIV infected individuals c) Alcoholism d) Sharing Toilet facilities with HIV infected individuals

ii)The virus that infect bacteria is known as----

a)Herpes b)Tobacco mosaic c) Bacterial phage d) Influenza

iii)Which of the following will be a sequence to follow in a scientific procedure after “Formulation of hypothesis”

a)Problem identification 

b)Observation and data collection

c)Experimentation

d)Announcing results

iv)Branch of Biology that deals with virus is known as:

a)Mycology b) Zoology c) Virology d) Genetics

v)An organism which can interbreed and produce fertile offspring belongs to the same:-

a)Family b)Class c).Species d).Genus

viiIn naming organisms, two names are used:-

A.One is local and the other is specific

B.One is phylum and the other is order

C.One is generic name and the other name is a specific name

D.One is group and the other is a specific name 

viii)The following set is of malnutrition disease except. 

  1. Obesity, Kwashiorkor, Night blindness
  2. Rickets, Pellagra, Anaemia
  3. Anaemia, Goiter, marasmus
  4. Scurvy, Beriberi, Gonorrhoea
  5. Marasmus, obesity, pellagra

ix)Which life function provides an organism with energy?

  1. regulation B.reproduction C.respiration D.synthesis

x)A student observes a cell with a microscope. The student can identify the cell as a plant cell and not an animal cell because of the presence of:

  1. cytoplasm           B.vacuoles    C.a cell membrane D.a cell wall.
  1. The following statements are either True or False. Write for true and F for false in a chart below.
  1. Both plant and animal contain chloroplast. __________
  2. Cholera is both epidemic disease and pandemic disease ________
  3. Personal hygiene is to be practiced by a person only at puberty _______
  4. Cytoplasm is a site where nuclear and cell organelles are embedded __
  5. First aid is important in that is saves life _________
  6. Burning waste is good and easy way of disposing waste _________
  7.  TB, Tetanus and Sickle cell immunized diseases _________
  8. Botanical garden is used to care alive terrestrial animals _________
  9. In the laboratory: use unlabeled chemicals to prove you are very intelligent
  10. This is the good series cell – tissue – system – organ – organisms _____
  11. To avoid nose bleeding apply Vaseline twice in the nose ________
  1. Match the responses in list A with the phrases in list B by wring the letter of the correct response beside the item number (10 marks)

LIST A

LIST B

  1. A large Fluid filled cavity in the middle of the plant cell
  2. A protective device for AIDS and unwanted pregnancy
  3. Regulates amount of light in the microscope
  4. Present in all plant cells
  5. Disease causing particle that consists of a nucleic acid and a protein coat
  1. Gloves
  2. Cell wall
  1. Condom
  2. White blood cells
  3. Red blood cells
  4. Mitochondria
  5. Vacuole
  6. Health
  7. Bacteria
  8. Virus
  9. Mirror

4. Complete each of the following statements by writing the correct answer in the space provided.

  1. Loss of minerals to the ground due to water logging
  2. Allows selective movement of materials in and out of cell
  3. The basic unit of life
  4. An organism that causes a disease………….
  5. Can be transmitted from one person to another.

SECTION B (50 Marks)

Answer all questions in this section

  1. a) Write two differences between Natural system of classification and          artificial system of classification

b) State the relationship between;

  1.  A bacteria and root nodules of leguminous plants
  2. A plant leaf and phytophthora infestans fungi
  3. A lion and a wild beast in savannah grassland
  1. (a) State three advantages of natural system of classification

(b) State three disadvantages of artificial system of classification.

  1. I. Write the scientific names of organisms that cause:

(a) Gonorrhoea

(b)Plague

(c)Cholera

(d)Tetanus

(e)Syphilis

II. Name the cell organelle that performs the following;

i)Synthesizing of protein

ii)Transport of cell secretions

iii)Controlling vital processes in the cell

iv)Controlling materials entering and leaving the cell

7. (a) Why it is important to classify living organisms? Write four points

(b) State the meaning of cell specialization and give its importance

(c) State five kingdoms of living things

8. (a) State five preventive measures for malaria infections

(b) Outline the changes that occur in boys and girls during adolescence.

9. (a) Which life function is a virus capable of performing?

(b) Why can’t a human catch a cold (flue) from a dog?

(c) State whether viruses are living or non living things. (Give three reasons foryourstatement)

(d) Draw a well labeled diagram of a virus that cause AIDS to humans

(e) Write five characteristics of viruses

SECTION C (20 Marks)

Answer one (1) question from this section.

10. Discuss the seven characteristics of living things.

11.Write an essay on waste using the following sub-headings

i)Meaning of waste

ii)Types of wastes

iii)Methods of waste disposal

iv)Effects of poor waste disposal.

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