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Social Studies and C.R.E Questions and Answers - Standard 7 Term 2 Opener 2022 Set 2

QUESTIONS

Use the map of Dano area above to answer questions 1 to 7.
1

  1. Three of the following statements about Lake Ruka are correct. Which one is not?
    1. It has a river draining into it.
    2. It is a source of fish
    3. It has fresh water
    4. It is a source of a river
  2. The main religion in Dano area is
    1. Christianity
    2. Islam
    3. Hinduism
    4. Paganism
  3. The highest part in Dano area is a round
    1. the sugarcane farm
    2. Hugo market
    3. the coffee plantation
    4. the beef ranch
  4. The location of the sawmill was mainly infuenced by
    1. nearness to a road
    2. nearness to a forest
    3. nearness to cheap labour
    4. nearness to market for timber
  5. Which one of the following economic activities is not carried out in Dano area? 
    1. Lumbering
    2. Trading
    3. Fishing
    4. Mining
  6. The general direction of the sugarcane from the church in Lima area is
    1. South East 
    2. North West 
    3. South West 
    4. North East
  7. The economic benefit of River Orio in Dano area is that 
    1. it is used for water transport 
    2. it provides water for irrigation 
    3. it is a source of fish 
    4. it has been dammed to produce electricity
  8. The following are requirements for growing a certain crop.
    1. High rainfall between 1500mm and 2000mm
    2. High temperatures between 27°C and 30°C
    3. High humidity throughout the year.
      The requirements listed above favour the growing of 
      1. pyrethrum
      2. tea 
      3. flowers
      4. cocoa
  9. The institution of marriage is important mainly because 
    1. married people are respected 
    2. through marriage wealth is created 
    3. families get dowry 
    4. children born ensure the continuity of the family
  10. Which one of the following communities is found in Northern Africa? 
    1. Berbers 
    2. Xhosa 
    3. Igbo 
    4. Dinka
  11. The Hehe people resisted German colonial rule in Tanganyika mainly because 
    1. they had a strong leaders 
    2. the Hehe people had a large army 
    3. the Germans treated them cruelly
    4. the Germans were building a railway line
  12. The following are characteristics of a climate region in Africa.
    1. Summers are hot and dry.
    2. Annual rainfall is between 500mm and 750mm.
      The climatic region described above is 
      1. Mediterranean climate 
      2. Equatorial climate 
      3. Semi desert climate
      4. Mountain climate
  13. Which one of the following dams is correctly matched with the main reason why it was built?
                 Dam                Reason 
    1. Masinga - To create a fishing ground
    2. Aswan -> To store water for irrigation 
    3. Kariba To attract tourist 
    4. Akasombo - To create an Inland waterway
  14. When Vasco da Gama came to Eastern Africa in 1498 he 
    1. built Fort Jesus in Mombasa 
    2. signed several treaties with chiefs 
    3. he collected taxes during trade 
    4. built a pillar in Malindi .

Use the map of Eastern Africa below to answer questions 15 to 18.
2

  1. The river market T is
    1. River Omo 
    2. River Turkwel 
    3. River Juba
    4. River Kerio
  2. Which one of the following statements about the lake marked V is not correct? 
    1. It is shared by several countries 
    2. It is a major fishing lake 
    3. It formed when water collected in faults
    4. It was formed through down warping
  3. Which one of the following communities settle in the area marked L during the migration period? 
    1. Abagusii
    2. Taita 
    3. Turkana
    4. Pokomo 
  4. Which one of the following crops is grown in large plantations in the country marked B? 
    1. Sugarcane 
    2. Coffee 
    3. Tea
    4. Bananas
  5. Which one of the following is a contribution of the community to learning in a school? 
    1. Buying books for a school 
    2. Providing resource persons to teach pupils 
    3. Preparing the school routine 
    4. Employing teachers in a school
  6. The above feature was formed through
    1. deposition of material
    2. volcanic cerein
    3. faulting
    4. uplifting
  7. The steep sides of Rift Valley are called 
    1. valleys
    2. horst 
    3. blocks
    4. escarpments
  8. Which of the following is a social cultural use of soil?
    1. Making blocks
    2. Farming 
    3. Administering oaths and libations
    4. Extraction of mineral salts
  9. The totality of a person way of life is called 
    1. taboo
    2. culture 
    3. passage
    4. morals
  10. Which of the following communities is correctly matched with its original homeland? 
    1. Ngoni - South Africa
    2. Hehe - Horn of Africa 
    3. Dinka - Congo forest
    4. Rendile - Barley Ghezel 
  11. The quickest means of communication that can reach many people within a short period of time is
    1. newspapers
    2. radio
    3. telephone 
    4. television
  12. Who among the following is not elected by voters in a general elections? 
    1. County governor 
    2. Senator 
    3. Ward representative member 
    4. County assembly speakers
  13. Which of the following groups consist of crops grown in traditional agriculture in Kenya? 
    1. Cassava, carrots, arrowroots 
    2. Yams, sorghum, millet 
    3. Millet, sorghum, wheat
    4. Arrowroots, sweet potatoes, snow peas
  14. Maloba a standard seven pupil saw two pupils fighting on her way to school. What was the best action to take? 
    1. Run to school and report to teacher 
    2. Leave them to continue fighting 
    3. Stop them from fighting
    4. Report them to the police
  15. In traditional African society, an age set usually comprises of 
    1. many families
    2. many clans
    3. many age groups
    4. many societies
  16. A responsible citizen is one who
    1. attend religious services always
    2. owns alot of property 
    3. take part in development projects 
    4. arrest law breakers

Use the map below to answer questions 31 - 33
3

  1. The latitude marked O is called
    1. Equator 
    2. Prime Meridian 
    3. Tropical of Cancer
    4. Tropic of Capricorn
  2. The country marked S was colonised by the
    1. Germans
    2. British 
    3. Frenchs
    4. Belgians
  3. The national park found at point X is 
    1. Tsavo
    2. Amboseli 
    3. Sibiloi
    4. Malka Mari
  4. The County Executive Committee is shared by the
    1. Senator 
    2. President
    3. Governor
    4. Ward Representative
  5. Which among the following communities collaborated with the British during colonial period?
    1. Agiriama
    2. Nandi
    3. Ababukusu
    4. Wanga
  6. Among the following member who does not belong to a nuclear family? 
    1. Father
    2. Mother 
    3. Sons
    4. Cousin
  7. Which instruments is used to measure air pressure? 
    1. Anemometer 
    2. Barometer 
    3. Windyane
    4. Thermometer 
  8. The Swahili culture came up as a result of intermarriage between Arabs and 
    1. Indians
    2. Europeans 
    3. Bantus
    4. Nilotes
  9. The following are needs of a family;
    • Education
    • Shelter
    • Love
    • Food
    • Security
      Which pair is made up of basic needs only? 
      1. Education and love 
      2. Food and security
      3. Shelter and love
      4. Shelter and food
  10. Which of the following can lead to lawlessness in a county?
    1. Poor performance in examination 
    2. Prolonged drought
    3. Discriminations 
    4. Outbreak of diseases
  11. Large farms where beef cattle are kept are called 
    1. paddocks
    2. units 
    3. ranches 
    4. plantations
  12. Which of the following places is the largest centre of sugarcane growing in Eastern Africa? 
    1. Mumias
    2. Kenana 
    3. Chemelil 
    4. Muhoroni
  13. Road signs helps drivers to drive 
    1. roughly
    2. carelessly 
    3. safely
    4. automatically
  14. Areas with stagnant water encourage the growing of 
    1. tall trees 
    2. reeds
    3. short grass
    4. scrubs
  15. Which of the following communities belong to the Plain Nilotes? 
    1. Ilichemus 
    2. Luo 
    3. Tuger
    4. Kipsigis
  16. In Kenya a person can become a citizen by
    1. naturalization 
    2. voting
    3. registration 
    4. association
  17. The budget estimates in Kenya are presented by the minister for finance in the month of
    1. June
    2. January 
    3. March
    4. December
  18. Which of the following lakes w..s formed when water collected in the faults on the floor of Rift Valley? 
    1. Lake Malawi
    2. Lake Chad
    3. Lake Benguela 
    4. Lake Kiyoga
  19. The traditional system of government of the Ameru was known as 
    1. Njuri Ncheke 
    2. Mugwe
    3. Kiruka
    4. Mtiba
  20. Which of the following is not a moral value in the society?
    1. Respect 
    2. Corruption 
    3. Honesty
    4. Courage
  21. Growing of flowers for sale is called
    1. horticulture 
    2. floriculture
    3. agriculture
    4. agroforestry
  22. The title used to refer to traditional leader of the Nyamwezi was 
    1. Kabaka
    2. Ntemi
    3. Mganwe
    4. Mtwale
  23. Which one of the following mountains is correctly matched with its formation? 
    1. Atlas Mountains - erosion of soft rocks 
    2. Mount Meru folding and twisting 
    3. Pare highlands - faulting and uplifting
    4. Hoboli mountains volcanic activities
  24. Which one of the following is a benefit of interaction among communities in Africa? 
    1. It leads to conflicts 
    2. New ideas and skills are exchanged 
    3. It causes scarcity of trade goods
    4. It leads to increase of population
  25. The defeat of the Hehe rebellion was mainly caused by 
    1. diseases that killed Hehe fighters 
    2. famine that affected the Hehe people 
    3. lack of good forms of transport
    4. death of their leader
  26. The best way to ensure that pupils obey school rules is through 
    1. involving them in making the rules 
    2. sending away disobedient pupils 
    3. pushing pupils who break school rules
    4. appointing prefects to enforce rules
  27. A candidate for a country assembly seat should not 
    1. be less than thirty five years old 
    2. be an independent candidates 
    3. be a holder of a public office
    4. not be of sound mind
  28. The head of the body incharge of elections in Kenya is appointed by 
    1. parliament 
    2. political parties 
    3. voters
    4. the president
  29. In a civil election, registered voters elect
    1. members of the national assembly 
    2. members of the county assembly 
    3. members of the cabinet
    4. members of the senate
  30. On a polling day in Kenya, a voter is supposed to 
    1. campaign for candidates 
    2. count votes 
    3. mark a ballot paper 
    4. announce election results.

SECTION II CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

  1. Dry land and plants were created on the 
    1. third day
    2. second day 
    3. fourth day
    4. fifth day
  2. The father of Noah was 
    1. Enock
    2. Methuselah 
    3. Terah
    4. Lamech
  3. God called Abraham when he was living in
    1. Haran
    2. Midian 
    3. Ur
    4. Goshen
  4. The action by the Israelites on the Passover night that showed their days of slavery is when they
    1. killed Egyptians first born males 
    2. ate bitter herbs
    3. smeared blood on door posts
    4. ate unleavened bread
  5. During the exodus God led the Israelites at night using
    1. a cloud
    2. the covenant box 
    3. a pillar of light 
    4. a bright star 
  6. When an angel appeared to Gideon he was
    1. taking care of his father's sheep 
    2. sleeping in the temple 
    3. fighting the Midianites
    4. threshing wheat 
  7. Which one of the following Kings of Israel planned the murder of Uriah? 
    1. David
    2. Saul 
    3. Solomon
    4. Ahab 
  8. Which one of the following was done by Solomon when he was the King of Israel? 
    1. He made the covenant box 
    2. He built a temple in Jerusalem 
    3. He made Jerusalem the capital city
    4. He made a golden bull calf for worship 
  9. Which one of the following people complained he was too young to become a prophet?
    1. Ezekiel
    2. Isaiah 
    3. Jeremiah
    4. Jonah .
  10. When angel Gabriel appeared to Zechariah he told him that 
    1. he would name his son John 
    2. his Kingdom would never end 
    3. he would protect him from his enemies
    4. he would live for a long time
  11. Which one of the following statements from the Bible shows that Jesus is the son of God? 
    1. He will not drink wine 
    2. He would walk a head strong like Elijah 
    3. He would deliver people from sin 
    4. The Holy Spirit will come upon you 
  12. When Jesus was fasting in the desert the devil told him to 
    1. bow down and worship him 
    2. change a stone into bread 
    3. thrown himself down
    4. change water into wine
  13. When Jesus changed water into wine he had gone to Cana to
    1. raise Lazarus 
    2. drive traders from the temple 
    3. attend a wedding
    4. preach in the Synagogue
  14. The parable of the mustard seed teaches Christians about 
    1. growth of the Kingdom of God 
    2. the second coming of Jesus 
    3. being kind to the needy
    4. the value of prayer
  15. In the teaching of who is the greatest Jesus used a 
    1. a fish
    2. a child
    3. bread
    4. a coin
  16. Which one of the following was done by Jesus during the last supper? 
    1. Jesus pointed out his betrayer. 
    2. Jesus walked on water
    3. Jesus healed a paralysed man
    4. Jesus ate in the house of Zacchaeus
  17. Which one of the following accusations was brought against Jesus before Pilate? 
    1. Working on a Sabbath.
    2. Claiming to the King of Jews. 
    3. Healing a paralysed man.
    4. Forgiving sins of the people.
  18. After the ascension of Jesus his disciples to stay in Jerusalem to 
    1. preach the gospel 
    2. drive traders from the temple 
    3. attend of wedding
    4. wait for the Holy Spirit
  19. Stephen was stoned to death by the Jews because 
    1. he forgave a man his sins 
    2. he mixed with sinners 
    3. he refused to pay taxes
    4. he refused to deny Jesus
  20. When Peter visited the town of Joppa he
    1. raised Eutychus 
    2. raised Tabitha back to life 
    3. healed a lame beggar
    4. healed Aeneas
  21. Which one of the following is a gift of the Holy Spirit? 
    1. Faith.
    2. Faithfulness. 
    3. Patience.
    4. Humility.
  22. Which one of the following is a common practice in both Traditional African and Christian Communities? 
    1. Tattooing the body 
    2. Performing libations 
    3. Reciting prayers
    4. Baptizing new converts
  23. In Traditional African Societies people reconcile with God by 
    1. reading the scriptures 
    2. singing songs
    3. baptizing people
    4. offering sacrifices
  24. Which one of the following is an act of charity in traditional African communities?
    1. Shaving the hair 
    2. Giving food to strangers 
    3. Meeting together to pray
    4. Making body marks
  25. The main reason why marriage is important in Traditional African communities is to
    1. get companionship
    2. get dowry 
    3. get children
    4. get recognized
  26. In the Lord's prayer Christians pray to God
    1. forgive them their sins 
    2. punish their sins 
    3. give them long lives
    4. sit with God in heaven
  27. Husbands are advised to love their wives as
    1. they love themselves 
    2. their wives love them 
    3. they love their enemies
    4. Christ loved the church
  28. The church has established school in Kenya mainly to 
    1. create jobs in the country 
    2. offer free primary education 
    3. get money to build churches
    4. support literacy in the country
  29. The best way in which Christians can support street children is by 
    1. establishing schools for them 
         
    2. praying for them 
         
    3. preaching to them
         
    4. giving them money
  30. The element of prayer when a person prays for himself or herself is 
    1. intercession 
    2. petition 
    3. confession 
    4. adoration

MARKING SCHEME

SOCIAL STUDIES

  1. A
  2. A
  3. C
  4. D
  5. D
  6. C
  7. B
  8. D
  9. D
  1. C
  2. A
  3. B
  4. D
  5. A
  6. C
  7. B
  8. A
  9. B
  10. A
  1. D
  2. C
  3. B
  4. A
  5. B
  6. D
  7. B
  8. C
  9. C
  1. A
  2. B
  3. C
  4. C
  5. D
  6. D
  7. B
  8. C
  9. D
  10. C
  1. C
  2. B
  3. C
  4. B
  5. A
  6. C
  7. A
  8. D
  9. A
  10. B
  1. B
  2. B
  3. C
  4. B
  5. D
  6. A
  7. C
  8. D
  9. B

C.R.E

  1. A
  2. D
  3. A
  4. B
  5. C
  6. D
  7. A
  8. B
  9. C
  1. D
  2. B
  3. C
  4. A
  5. B
  6. A
  7. B
  8. D
  9. D
  1. A
  2. C
  3. D
  4. B
  5. C
  6. A
  7. D
  8. D
  9. A

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