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Study the map of Tuli Area below and answer the questions that follows
CHRISTIAN RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
Swali la 1 hadi 5: Soma mazungumzo haya kisha ujibu maswall 1 hadi 5
Rehema: (Huku akiutoa mkoba wako mabegani) Mama umeshindaje leo?
Mama: Nimeshinda vyema sana, labda wewe mwanane.
Rehema: Nami pia.
Mama: Nenda basi ukafue sare. Nami naenda jikoni kuandaa chajio.
Rehema. Sawa mama. Nataka pia nifanye kazi ya ziada tuliyopewa na mwalimu.
Swali la 6 hadi 10, Soma hadithi ifuatayo kisha ujibu maswali.
Ilikuwa likizo ya mwezi wa Aprili. Mimi na dada yangu Pendo tulihudhuria harusi ya shangazi yetu, Zainabu. Tulikuwa tumealikwa ili kubeba pete za bibi na bwana harusi, Watu wengi walihudhuria harusi hiyo ambayo ilikuwa ya kufana na kila mtu alitaka kuona shangazi yetu akifunga pingu za maisha na mpenzi wake Jabali.
Watu walifurahia kula keki na vyakula vya aina mbalimbali. Kulikuwa pia na vinywaji. Baada ya kufunga pingu za maisha shangazi yangu na mume wake Jabali walibebwa na ndege kuelekea Uarabuni.
Swali la 11 hadi 15, Soma kifungu kifuatacho kisha ujibu maswali
Wanyama wanaofugwa huitwa mifugo. Wanyama hawa ni kama mbuzi, kondoo, ng'ombe, ngamia na punda. Wanyama hawa wana faida nyingi sana. Mfugaji huwakamua ng'ombe, ambao humpa maziwa ambayo humpa pesa nyingi akiyauza.
Maziwa pia hutumiwa kutengeneza siagi. Maziwa ni tamu sana, Kondoo hutupa sufi ambazo hutumiwa kutengeneza fulana. Maziwa ya mbuzi ni mazuri sana. Ngamia hutumiwa kutubebea mizigo. Maziwa yake pia hunywewa na watu wengine huamini kuwa ni dawa. Wanyama wote wanahitaji kutunzwa, Sharti waishi mahali safi na wapewe chakula cha kutosha ili wawe na afya nzuri.
Soma kifungu hiki kisha ujaze nafasi 16 - 20 kwa jibu sahihi.
Elimu ni kitu chenye umuhimu ____16____ kwetu. Kwanza elimu hutufanya tujue kusoma na ___17___ . Bila elimu hatuwezi___18___ wa wenzetu kwa njia ya kuandika au kusoma. Watu ___19___ hawajasoma hukumbwa na changamoto ___20___. Sharti sote tuipende elimu.
Swali la 21 hadi 30. Chagua jibu sahihi.
Andika insha kuhusu;
LIKIZO YA KUPENDEZA
Question 1 - 5: Read the conversation below and answer questions
Adasa: I think malaria is a very dangerous disease.
Masha: Yes, it is. It is a killer disease. But I think typhoid is worse.
Adasa: What about AIDS: I think it's the worst disease.
Masha: I agree with you. AIDs has killed very many people. We should do our best to keep it away from us.
Question 6 - 13: Read the passage below and answer questions
Little children eat or drink anything that comes across their paths. Without any doubts, you have come across them eating bananas which have flies or are rotten, All these are caused by grown ups. Many grown ups store poisons, paraffin and different varieties of soaps where children could reach them easily. On getting these items, the grown ups are not aware that the children have taken
these bad items.
If in a house there are children below five yers, the following precautions should be taken label all containers with soaps, perfumes and poison to ensure that the labelled tins are out of children's reach. All bottles should be kept on top of cupboards or any other place whose height is beyond the reach of children
There are those parents who store poison in food containers. This is dangerous. When these innocent children come across them, they believe it's food. They end up swallowing poison or chewing morsels of fungicide and the end result is death.
Question 14 - 22: Read the text below and fill in with the correct answers
The long ___ 14___ day had at last 15 to attend the graduation. Everyone__16____ eager. ____17____ The young pupils lined ____18____ excitedly. Each had something to ____19____, it seemed ____20____ were eager to see their parents___ 21____ to ____22____ the very important day.
Questions 23 - 30: Complete the following similes.
For question 25 - 26. Fill in the spaces with the correct possessive pronouns.
Identify adverb of time in the following sentences
For questions 29 - 30. Choose the correct short form of the underlined words
Write an interesting composition about.
|Elephants||llll llll lll|
|Buffaloes||llll llll llll l|
|Lions||llll llll llll llll ll|
|Zebras||llll llll l|
ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS EDUCATION,
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (20mks)
PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION
Some mazungumzo yafuatayo kisha ujibu maswall 1-5.
(Mwalimu na wanafunzi wanajadiliana kuhusu umuhimu wa kuyatunza mazingira)
Mwalimu: Hamjambo wanafunzi?
Wanafunzi: (Wakiamka sawia) Hatujambo mwalimu, shikamoo.
Mwalimu: Marahaba (Anawaashiria wakae. Wote wanaketi na kushukuru.) Naam, leo ningependa tuzungumze kuhusu namna na umuhimu wa kuyatunza mazingira kwa hivyo...
Matayo: (Anaunyanyua mkono wake) Samahani mwalimu, mazingira ni nini?
Mwalimu: (Akitabasamu) Matayo huishi vituko! Ndilo nililotaka kueleza. Mazingira ni yale yote yanayotuzunguka. Hebu pendekezeni njia mbalimbali za kuyatunza mazingira
Manyanga: Nadhani ni vyema kukata nyasi ndefu ili kuharibu makao ya mbu.
Kaisari: Ni vyema pia kutunza vyanzo vya maji kama vile mito, chemichemi, mabwawa na maziwa.
Pendo: Nikiongezea, si vyema kutumia mbolea nyingi zaidi hasa za madukani ili tusiyaathiri maji na udongo.
Mwalimu: Nimefurahia mno michango yenu. Zipo njia nyingi za kuyatunza mazingira. Kimsingi, umuhimu wa kuyatunza mazingira ni kuwafanya viumbe waishi maisha salama.
Soma kifungu kifuatacho kisha ujibu maswali 6 hadi 8.
Siku moja paka na mbwa walienda karamuni. Mwenyeji wao, panya, aliwakaribisha kwa mikono miwili. Wageni waliketi sebuleni kwenye makochi maridadi, mekundu, kama damu.
“Habari za mtokako?" Panya aliwaamkia wageni kwa heshima. "Njema sana!” wageni walijibu pamoja huku wakitabasamu. Baadaye, panya aliwasha runinga na kuwaambia wageni wake, “Tazameni televisheni. Mimi naelekea mekoni kuwapikia chakula.” Mara, huyoo! Akaenda jikoni. Haraka, alipika nyama na kuitia mchuzi wa maziwa.
Soma kifungu kifuatacho kisha ujibu maswali 9 hadi 12.
Lengo la elimu ni kumsaidia mtoto kukuza ujuzi na vipawa na kukuza maadili ya maisha pamoja na maisha ya kiroho. Leo, mwalimu si mkufunzi au msimamizi bali ni msaidizi na mwelekezi. Hapa, mwalimu hudokeza au kutoa habari za juujuu tu. Ni jukumu la mwanafunzi kuleta umakinifu na kutafuta undani wa habari za mwalimu. Bila shaka, mwalimu anatarajiwa kumsaidia mwanafunzi katika kuufikia undani huo. Mwalimu hampi mwanafunzi ujuzi wowote bali humwonyesha jinsi anavyoweza kuupata ujuzi yeye mwenyewe. Mtoto anapozaliwa, ujuzi huwa ndani yake nao husubiri kuamshwa. Mwalimu amwonyeshe mtoto pale ujuzi ulipo na jinsi anavyoweza kuufanyia mazoezi hadi utokeze vilivyo na kumfaa.
Soma kifungu kifuatacho kisha ujibu maswali 13 hadi 15.
Serikali ya nchi hii inawataka watoto wote wapelekwe shuleni wakasome kwa sababu masomo ndio ufunguo wa maisha. Watu wanaowaajiri watoto hata wasisome wanafaa kuhukumiwa ili kupunguza maovu kama hayo.
Mtoto ambaye hana elimu siku hizi huwa na shida nyingi kupita kiasi kwa sababu hawezi kupata ajira nzuri ukubwani. Hii ndiyo sababu serikali inahimiza kila mtoto kupata elimu. Zamani, watoto hawakuwa wakisoma kwa sababu hawakujua umuhimu wa elimu maishani
Ili kuzuia magonjwa na njaa, elimu huwa muhimu. Ili kudumisha adabu njema na nidhamu, elimu huwa lazima. Watoto waliolemewa na masomo huwa wa kurandaranda mitaani, wezi au watendaji wa mambo mabaya katika jamii.
Soma kifungu kifuatacho. Chagua jibu lifaalo zaidi kati ya yale uliyopewa
Siku hiyo tulikuwa tumeingoja kwa hamu na ghamu. Sote tulifika ____16____ na mapema tukiwa tayari kuabiri ____17____ kuelekea mjini Mwambasani. Hii ilikuwa mara yangu ya ____18____ kuenda huko. Sikuwa nimewahi kwenda huko. Tuliingia ____19____ tukiwa na furaha sana. Mara dereva alilitia gari ufunguo na safari _____20_____
Katika swali la 21-30, jibu swali kulingana na maagizo uliyopewa.
Read the following conversation and then answer questions 1 to 5.
Mother: Come here my son. Bring your books with you books with you. I'd like us to check the arrangement of your work in every learning area. Come on, take the books out.
Son: Of late, I have been arranging my work neatly. Our class teacher, Miss Tari, told all of us the importance of doing so.
Mother: Please open your Mathematics exercise books, both class work and homework as I check English.
Son: Here, can't you see? This is how our Mathematics teacher wants us to arrange our work. Isn't it neat, mama?
Mother: Wow! I am very proud of both you and your teachers. All the work looks well arranged, neat, marked and corrections done. Indeed, you deserve a present from me, son! Come on let us go to the supermarket. I can't wait to get you a gift.
Read the passage and then answer questions 6 to 9.
Otieno was playing with his younger sister outside the house. Their mother had told them not to kick the ball hard because it could hurt someone or break a window pane. Otieno kicked the ball to his sister. She kicked it back to him. After some time, Otieno decided to kick the ball hard to see whether his sister could catch it. His sister dived to catch the ball but missed it. The ball broke one of the window panes of the house. Otieno's mother was very angry with the children. She took away the ball and told them that they would not play with it again.
Read the passage and then answer questions 10 to 12.
Trees are always exciting to look at. Many people like their homes surrounded by trees. Many hotels are located in areas with many trees. When you look at a tree, what you see first is the bark that protects the tree trunk and branches. The bark at the bottom is old, rough and cracked. At the top, the bark is young and smooth.
The tallest tree alive today is over 360 feet high! It is a coast redwood growing in California in the USA. There is enough wood in its trunk to build over 300 houses! The other half is underground. These are the roots pushing their way through the thick earth. They can spread out through the soil as far the tree is high.
All people, young and old, should try to make the world beautiful by planting trees. Since the trees are already growing, we should take care of them.
Read the passage and then answer questions 13 to 15.
I hardly slept that night. I kept on thinking about the following day. We were to have a school trip to Amboseli National Park. Those who had paid for the trip were lucky. They would see many wild animals like zebras, elephants, gazelles, buffaloes and giraffes among others. My parents had made the payment and I would accompany the other pupils.
We were to travel by bus. The bus arrived very early in the morning. The class teacher read the list as we boarded the bus. I selected a seat next to the window where I would enjoy looking outside as we travelled.
Read the passage below. It contains blank spaces numbered 16 to 20. For each blank space, select the best alternative from the choices given.
Of all the learning areas, I like Mathematics more. It is my ___16___ because I never have difficulty with it and always get good marks in tests. I suppose I am ___17___ to be born with a clear-thinking brain. The wonderful thing about Mathematics is that besides the ___18___
there's nothing else to remember. Every step in solving a ___19___ is done logically. Unlike in some other learning areas, remembering dates and other facts is hard compared with the ease and ___20___of Mathematics reasoning
For questions 21 to 23, choose the correct question tags to complete the sentences.
For questions 24 to 27, choose the correct order of adjectives to fill in the blank spaces
In questions 28 to 30, select the best alternative to fill in the blank spaces.
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