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Form Four New Examination Formats CIVICS
Form Four New Examination Formats CIVICS

FORM FOUR NEW EXAMINATION FORMATS CIVICS

 

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Form Four New Examination Formats CIVICS

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011 CIVICS

1.0 INTRODUCTION

The Civics examination format revises the 2019 version issued by the National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA).

The format is based on the 2005 Civics syllabus for Ordinary Secondary Education.

The improvements made in this revised format include improving the examination rubric without changing the examination objectives, content and competencies.

2.0 GENERAL OBJECTIVES

The Civics examination will assess the extent to which the candidates can:

2.1 analyse the components and symbols of our nation, its culture
and proper management of resources;

2.2 explain and demonstrate various life skills;

2.3 express civic responsibility and active civic participation skills;

2.4 express various human personalities including those related to the ability to accept the challenges to working hard;

2.5 explain various democratic values and participate in their
development;

2.6 describe the concept of government, its importance and
organisation so as to prepare them in its establishment and
running;

2.7 analyse information on current events, which shape the social, cultural, political, economic and technological development
of the Tanzania society;

2.8 describe cross-cutting issues, their impact on Tanzania and
intervention steps to be taken;

2.9 show skills related to road safety; and

2.10 demonstrate skills on matters related to family issues.

3.0 GENERAL COMPETENCIES

The examination will assess the candidates’ ability to:

3.1 appreciate our nation, promote national cultural values and
manage our natural resources; 15

3.2 apply life skills in their daily life;

3.3 express civic responsibility and active civic participation;

3.4 value work for themselves and national development;

3.5 account for democratic values;

3.6 analyse the government structure and participation in its
functioning;

3.7 critically analyse information on social, political, economic,
technological and cultural events related to the development
of our nation and their impact on the society;

3.8 analyse cross-cutting issues in our society and apply
intervention steps;

3.9 observe road safety regulations; and

3.10 analyse matters related to family issues and make the right
decisions.

Form Four New Examination Formats CIVICS

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4.0 EXAMINATION RUBRIC

There will be one (1) paper for three (3) hours.

The paper will consist of 11 questions in sections A, B and C.

The candidates will be required to answer all the questions in sections A and B and two (2) questions from section C. The paper will weigh a total of 100 marks.

Section A will comprise two (2) questions. Question number 1 will be a multiple-choice question consisting of 10 items. Each item will weigh one (1) mark, hence a total of 10 marks.

Question number 2 will be a matching items question, consisting of six (6) items. Each item will carry one (1) mark, making a total of six (6) marks.Therefore, the section will weigh a total of 16 marks.

Section B will consist of six (6) short answer questions. Candidates will be required to answer all the questions. Each question will carry nine (9) marks, hence a total of 54 marks in this section.
Section C will consist of three (3) essay questions. Candidates will be required to answer two (2) questions. Each question will weigh 15 marks.

Therefore, the section will weigh a total of 30 marks. 16

5.0 EXAMINATION CONTENT

The candidates will be examined on the following topics:

5.1 Our nation

5.2 Promotion of life skills

5.3 Human rights

5.4 Responsible citizenship

5.5 Work

5.6 Family life

5.7 Proper behaviour and responsible decision-making

5.8 Road safety education

5.9 Government of Tanzania

5.10 Democracy

5.11 Gender

5.12 Economic and social development

5.13 Poverty

5.14 Culture

5.15 Globalization

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