Test for Topics Civics Form 2

TOPIC : 1  DEMOCRACY

CIVICS FORM TWO: TOPICAL QUESTIONS.
TOPIC: DEMOCRACY.
SECTION A:
MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS.
1. Choose the correct answer among the alternatives given.
  1. Multipartism in Tanzania was adopted on;
  1. 1st July, 1992
  2. 2nd March, 1977
  3. 10th July, 1980
  4. 3rd April, 2000
(ii) The party which wins after election becomes
  1. Official party
  1. Opposition party
  1. Multiparty
  2. Ruling party
(iii) The following are principles of democracy except:
  1. Equality
  1. Cruelty
  1. Rule of law
  2. Bill of rights.
(iv) In a democratic state changes of leaders is made through.
  1. Resignation
  1. Revolution
  1. General elections
  2. Inheritance.
(v) A set of laws that govern the country is;
  1. Laws of the country
  1. Party constitution
  1. National constitution
  2. National anti –corruption policy.

(vi) The process of convincing voters to vote for a candidate in political rallies or meeting is called?
  1. Referendum
  1. Campaigning
  1. Manifesto.
  2. Civic education.

(vii) The following are the functions of National Electoral Commission except?
  1. To register voters.
  1. To prepare equipment/facilities for voting
  1. Supervision the whole process of election.
  2. To ensure there is peace during elections.

(viii) Presidential and parliamentary Democracy are forms of:
  1. Representative Democracy
  1. Liberal Democracy
  1. Direct Democracy.
  2. Participatory Democracy.

(ix) In a democratic state, the legitimacy of the government is obtained through;
  1. Democratic campaigns
  1. Democratic elections.
  1. Independency of the parliament.
  2. Democratic mass rallies.
(x) A voting area electing a representative to the National Assembly is called?
  1. Municipal council
  2. A constituency
  3. Proportional representation
  4. Universal suffrage.




SECTION B:
2. Match the items from list A with the correct response in List B by writing a letter of the correct answer.
LIST A
LIST B
  1. The government system in which the ultimate political authority is vested in the people.
  2. A political system in which few citizens are elected to make decisions on behalf of others in parliament.
  3. Democracy practiced in city states of Athens before the birth of Christ.
  4. An electoral system best suited for a society which is diverse.
  5. A voting system where by some people vote for or against specific issues.
  6. The government powers to execute policies without interference from other countries.
  7. Equal opportunity for all adult citizens to vote and be voted for.
  8. An electoral system whereby a candidate with most votes, not necessary majority is elected.
  9. A legally organized group of people whose aim is to capture the state power.
  10. A legally organized group of people who influence government decision on certain public policies.
  1. National sovereignty.
  2. A government of Nation Unity.
  3. A political party
  4. Multiparty democracy
  5. Democracy.
  6. Direct democracy
  7. Representative democracy.
  8. Universal suffrage
  9. Referendum
  10. A dictatorship.
  11. Winners take all.
  12. Pressure group
  13. A bill of right.
  14. Secret ballot box.
  15. Proportional representation.




SECTION C:
3. Write TRUE for a correct statement and FALSE for incorrect statement.
  1. Check and balance system is most effective in parliamentary democracy_______
  2. The term Universal suffrage means universal suffering___________
  3. Acceptance of defeat” in election means agreeing with criticism and results__________
  4. Direct democracy can be applied on big population____
  5. Multiparty democracy is very important because it gives a chance to citizens to do anything_________
  6. Rule of law means leaders are exceptional before the law_____
  7. The ruling party supervise the activities of government_______
  8. In Tanzania, the Prime Minister is appointed by the parliament and approved by the president______
  9. Party policies are stipulated in political parties constitution________
  10. A Queen or a King is the head of state in Britain._________


SECTION D: SHORT ANSWERS.
4. Write short notes on the following terms.
  1. Free and fair election
  2. Voter
  3. Political tolerance
  4. Transparency
5. Provide five importance of democracy
6. Write down five differences between democratic government and non democratic government.
7. Write down importance of democratic election.
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TOPIC : 1  PROMOTION OF LIFE SKILLS

CIVICS FORM TWO: TOPICAL QUESTIONS.
TOPIC: PROMOTION OF LIFE SKILLS.
SECTION A:
                       MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS.
1. Choose the correct answer among the alternatives given.
(i)        Problem solving techniques help to:
  1.              Save human life
  2.                     Create human life
  3.                     Get possible solution
  4.                    Promote unit and solidarity
 (ii) Among is not in the group of life skill:-
  1.              Communication skills
  2.               Negotiation skills
  3.               Dispute skills
  4.              Assertive skills
 (iii) In life skills, the ability of a person to appreciate himself or herself is known as:-
  1.              Self selves
  2.               Assertiveness
  3.               Self esteem
  4.              Self awareness.
 (iv) The step which involves crating several alternatives for a solution is called.
  1.              Analysis of the problem
  2.               Initiation mediation
  3.               Generating possible solution
  4.              Analysis of the solution.
 (v) One among the following is not a quality of a good problem solver,
  1.              Tolerant
  2.               Unbiased
  3.               Cruel and harsh
  4.              Creative.
 
(vi) The ability of an individual to have thoughts and behavior which allow someone to stand up for his or her right is called.
  1.              Assertiveness
  2.               Biasness
  3.               Diligent.
  4.              Honesty.
 
(vii) Reading, writing, listening and speaking are best known as:-
  1.              Communication modal.
  2.               Elements of communication as process
  3.               Basic communication skills.
  4.              Modern forms of communication.
 
(viii) One of the following encourages and cultivates values, knowledge and ability to perceive things:
  1.              Cooperative techniques
  2.               Problem solving
  3.               Life skills promotion.
  4.              Guidance and counseling.
 
(ix) The ability of a person to analyze, evaluates, and describes the quality of something, and action or decision is referred to as:
  1.              Creative thinking
  2.               Decision making.
  3.               Problem solving.
  4.              Critical thinking.
(x) In order to make a healthy decision on any problem, the first important stage is to:
  1.                 Developing self confidence
  2.                  Choose the best alternative solution
  3.                  Seek guidance and counseling from peers.
  4.                 Identify and clearly understand the challenge.
SECTION B:
2. Match the items from list A with the correct response in List B by writing a letter of the correct answer.
LIST A
LIST B
(i)                 Adolescent
(ii)               Unbiasness.
(iii)            Tolerant.
(iv)             Defining a problem
(v)               Self motivation.
(vi)             Sense of cooperation
(vii)           Mediation
(viii)        Early marriage
(ix)             Mediation.
(x)               Positive decision
 
  1. A good problem solver.
  2. Initial stage in solving a problem.
  3. The way to solve problems
  4. Age between adulthood and childhood
  5. Relationship skills
  6. Quality of a problem solver.
  7. Self awareness.
  8. Agreement between two parts
  9. Family disintegration
  10. Communication skills.
  11. Result into positive results.
  12. Old age
  13. Enemity  and confrontation
  14. Negative reaction.
 
 
SECTION C:
3. Write TRUE for a correct statement and FALSE for incorrect statement.
a)      One characteristic of a good problem solver is conservation _______
b)     Gathering information is the step of a solving a problem___________
c)      Life skills are the ones which help people to interact and live well in the society__________
d)     Solving problems among people in the society is a life skill____
e)      Analyzing the solution helps to identify reliable answer_________
f)       Through life skills, people overcome the problems which force them_____
g)     An ability of a person to solve others problems are known as self-awareness skills._______
h)     Life skills is the ability what someone has which help him/her to control or deal with the environment.______
i)       Gathering information helps in obtaining the information of solving a p problems________
j)       Leaders and teacher are not required to have problem solving technique._________
 
SECTION D: SHORT ANSWERS.
4. Explain briefly qualities of a good problem solver.
5. Identify five steps of solving problems.
6. Define the following terms as they are used in life skills.
(i)                 Self esteem skills
(ii)               Personal skills
(iii)            Self awareness skills
(iv)             Social skills.
7. Identify importance of life skills.
8. Provide five differences between personal skills and social skills.
 
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TOPIC : 2  GOVERNMENT OF TANZANIA

CIVICS FORM TWO: TOPICAL QUESTIONS.
TOPIC: GOVERNMENT OF TANZANIA.
SECTION A:
MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS.
1. Choose the correct answer among the alternatives given.
  1. One of the following is not a ministry under the union Government of Tanzania.
  1. Security and defense
  2. Home affairs
  3. Finance
  4. Education and culture.
(ii) A type of dictatorship where a few persons form and control the government is called?
  1. Aristocracy
  1. Authoritarian
  1. Totalitarian
  2. Fascism.
(iii) The organ of the state which interprets law is;
  1. Legislative
  1. Executive
  1. Parliament
  2. Judiciary
(iv) The following are the responsibility of the president of Tanzania as prescribed by the constitution except.
  1. Head of state
  1. Head of the ruling political party
  1. Head of government affairs.
  2. Commander in chief of armed forces.
(v) External sources of government revenue which are non – payable include;
  1. Domestic loan borrowing
  1. Money from IMF
  1. Loan from World Bank
  2. Grants from donor countries.

(vi) According to the constitution of United Republic of Tanzania, the parliament consists of two parts which are:-
  1. President and National Assembly
  1. Cabinet and shadow cabinet
  1. Union parliament and House of Representative of Zanzibar.
  2. Members of parliament and the Ministers.

(vii) The branch of central government responsible for administration duties is called.
  1. Judiciary.
  1. Legislature
  1. The executive.
  2. The cabinet.

(viii) Which of the following is the organ which oversees the day – to – day activities and makes decision on matters concerning the village?
  1. Village government
  1. Village council
  1. Village social council.
  2. Village development committee.

(ix) Which of the following is not the source of national income in Tanzania?
  1. Development levy.
  1. Income tax.
  1. Profits from parastatals.
  2. License fees.
(x) The Chief Executive Officer of the city council is the:
  1. Mayor
  2. Deputy Mayor
  3. City director
  4. Regional commissioner.




SECTION B:
2. Match the items from list A with the correct response in List B by writing a letter of the correct answer.
LIST A
LIST B
  1. 26th of April 1964
  2. Mobutu Seseseko
  3. Director of the town council
  4. Appointing ministers.
  5. Elections.
  6. Judiciary
  7. Arms of the government
  8. Defense
  9. Constitution
  10. National electoral commission.
  1. Public instruments which show the distribution of public power and its limit.
  2. Executive, legislature and judiciary
  3. Good governance
  4. Changes in leadership in a democratic state
  5. The president of the United of Tanzania.
  6. The secretary of the town council
  7. Members of the parliament.
  8. The function of president constitutionally
  9. A dictor of Zaire, currently Democratic of Congo (DR).
  10. The organ which is responsible for election procedures in Tanzania.
  11. Union matter.
  12. The Union of Tanganyika and Zanzibar.
  13. A set of Laws that govern the country.




SECTION C:
3. Write TRUE for a correct statement and FALSE for incorrect statement.
  1. One of the functions of the president is to dismiss the speaker_______
  2. In constitutional Monarchy the Prime Minister is appointed by the Queen___________
  3. 1961 Constitution declared Tanganyika and Zanzibar__________
  4. The judges in the court of appeal are appointed by the Attorney general____
  5. The head of the municipal council is Mayor_________
  6. The introduction of multipartism in Tanzania in 1992 had aimed at expanding and strengthening democracy______
  7. Parliament is also known as legislature because it checks the government work_______
  8. The political party which struggled for the independence of Tanzania Mainland and succeeded was TANU______
  9. Proposal for a new law is called by - law________
  10. The Attorney general attends parliament by virtue of his office bur has no right to vote._________


SECTION D: SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS:
4. Write down the functions of the president of the United Republic of Tanzania.
5. Write short notes about the following words.
  1. The parliament
  2. Constitution
  3. Local government
  4. Constitutional monarchy.
6. Identify the functions of the parliament
7. Identify sources of income of central government.
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TOPIC : 3  PROMOTION OF LIFE SKILLS

CIVICS FORM TWO: TOPICAL QUESTIONS.
TOPIC: PROMOTION OF LIFE SKILLS.
SECTION A:
MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS.
1. Choose the correct answer among the alternatives given.
  1. Problem solving techniques help to:
  1. Save human life
  2. Create human life
  3. Get possible solution
  4. Promote unit and solidarity
(ii) Among is not in the group of life skill:-
  1. Communication skills
  1. Negotiation skills
  1. Dispute skills
  2. Assertive skills
(iii) In life skills, the ability of a person to appreciate himself or herself is known as:-
  1. Self selves
  1. Assertiveness
  1. Self esteem
  2. Self awareness.
(iv) The step which involves crating several alternatives for a solution is called.
  1. Analysis of the problem
  1. Initiation mediation
  1. Generating possible solution
  2. Analysis of the solution.
(v) One among the following is not a quality of a good problem solver,
  1. Tolerant
  1. Unbiased
  1. Cruel and harsh
  2. Creative.

(vi) The ability of an individual to have thoughts and behavior which allow someone to stand up for his or her right is called.
  1. Assertiveness
  1. Biasness
  1. Diligent.
  2. Honesty.

(vii) Reading, writing, listening and speaking are best known as:-
  1. Communication modal.
  1. Elements of communication as process
  1. Basic communication skills.
  2. Modern forms of communication.

(viii) One of the following encourages and cultivates values, knowledge and ability to perceive things:
  1. Cooperative techniques
  1. Problem solving
  1. Life skills promotion.
  2. Guidance and counseling.

(ix) The ability of a person to analyze, evaluates, and describes the quality of something, and action or decision is referred to as:
  1. Creative thinking
  1. Decision making.
  1. Problem solving.
  2. Critical thinking.
(x) In order to make a healthy decision on any problem, the first important stage is to:
  1. Developing self confidence
  2. Choose the best alternative solution
  3. Seek guidance and counseling from peers.
  4. Identify and clearly understand the challenge.




SECTION B:
2. Match the items from list A with the correct response in List B by writing a letter of the correct answer.
LIST A
LIST B
  1. Adolescent
  2. Unbiasness.
  3. Tolerant.
  4. Defining a problem
  5. Self motivation.
  6. Sense of cooperation
  7. Mediation
  8. Early marriage
  9. Mediation.
  10. Positive decision
  1. A good problem solver.
  2. Initial stage in solving a problem.
  3. The way to solve problems
  4. Age between adulthood and childhood
  5. Relationship skills
  6. Quality of a problem solver.
  7. Self awareness.
  8. Agreement between two parts
  9. Family disintegration
  10. Communication skills.
  11. Result into positive results.
  12. Old age
  13. Enemity and confrontation
  14. Negative reaction.





SECTION C:
3. Write TRUE for a correct statement and FALSE for incorrect statement.
  1. One characteristic of a good problem solver is conservation _______
  2. Gathering information is the step of a solving a problem___________
  3. Life skills are the ones which help people to interact and live well in the society__________
  4. Solving problems among people in the society is a life skill____
  5. Analyzing the solution helps to identify reliable answer_________
  6. Through life skills, people overcome the problems which force them_____
  7. An ability of a person to solve others problems are known as self-awareness skills._______
  8. Life skills is the ability what someone has which help him/her to control or deal with the environment.______
  9. Gathering information helps in obtaining the information of solving a p problems________
  10. Leaders and teacher are not required to have problem solving technique._________


SECTION D: SHORT ANSWERS.
4. Explain briefly qualities of a good problem solver.
5. Identify five steps of solving problems.
6. Define the following terms as they are used in life skills.
  1. Self esteem skills
  2. Personal skills
  3. Self awareness skills
  4. Social skills.
7. Identify importance of life skills.
8. Provide five differences between personal skills and social skills.


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TOPIC : 3  CITIZENSHIP

TOPICAL EXAMS
CIVICS FORM ONE TOPIC FOUR
CITIZENSHIP:
 
1. MULTIPLE CHOICES.
 
(i) A person who applies for Tanzanian citizen must
  1. Be a citizen of Tanzania
  2. Have Tanzania parent
  3. Renounce of former citizenship
  4. Many a foreigner
(ii) A person who loves his/her country is said to be
  1. Activist
  2. Citizens
  3. Partisan
  4. Patriotic
(iii) A person can become a citizen by
  1. Birth
  2. Nationalization
  3. Naturalization
  4. Registration
(iv) Which is not a requirement to apply for citizenship?
  1. Must be a rich person
  2. Must live in a country for five years
  3. He/she must be 21 year old above
  4. Must renounce his/her former citizenship
(v) A foreign woman can become a citizen by?
  1. Naturalization
  2. By marriage
  3. By registration
  4. By adoption.
(vi) Which is not a responsibility of a citizen?
  1. Communal responsibility
  2. Economic responsibility
  3. Social responsibility
  4. Political responsibilities.
(vii) Which is not a feature of a good citizen?
  1. Behaves in respectful manner
  2. Support family
  3. Accept responsibility of his/her actions
  4. Depends on others
(viii) Which is not a social responsibility of citizen?
  1. Do lawful productive work
  2. Protect his/her country
  3. Respect laws of right of fellow citizens
  4. Promote farness, equality or social justice
(ix) Which of the following is a special group?
  1. Elderly
  2. Refugees
  3. People with disabilities
  4. Breast feeding mothers.
(x) Which is not a responsibility towards special group?
  1. Provide financial and material support
  2. Show them respect and understanding
  3. Provide cancelling and socialization
  4. Give job vacancies to elderly.
 
2. Matching items.
List A
List B
  1. State of being a citizen of particular country
  2. A person born by citizen of Tanzania
  3. Group of people with special care for various reasons
  4. People who leave their countries because of insecurity
  5. Children who live in streets.
  1. Citizenship
  2. Citizen
  3. Street children
  4. Special group
  5. Citizen by birth
  6. Citizen by Naturalization
  7. Refugees
  8. Old people
  9. Disability.
 
 
3. (a) What are special groups?
    (b) Mention four categories of special groups
 
4. (a) Enumerate responsibilities one has towards special groups
    (b) Explain how one can become citizen by Naturalization
 
5. Discuss the responsibilities of a citizen.