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SAMPLE MATHEMATICS THEORY AND OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS FOR YEAR 2, 3, AND 4 IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS

CLASS: YEAR 4
MATHEMATICS NAME:  .  OBJECTIVES Instructions: answer all questions .  1. Simplify 52/5  +   11/5.      (a) 71/2   (b)  72/5    (c) 68/12  (d) 62/3 .  2. Write 367,814 in words. (a) Three six seven, eight fourteen   (b) Three hundred and sixty-seven thousand, eight hundred and fourteen   (c) Three hundred and sixty seven, eight hundred and fourteen thousand (d) Three hundred and sixty-seven million, eight hundred and fourteen. 

.  3. Change 23/7 to a mixed fraction  (a) 31/8  (b) 37/8  (c) 32/7  (d) 315/8 .  4. What is the value of XL - XXX in Roman numeral?  (a) IX (b) XX  (c) IXX            (d) X  .  5. Find the product of 9 and 7.  (a) 36  (b) 49  (c) 40  (d) 63  .  6. The LCM of 36 and 48 is  (a) 120  (b) 196  (c) 144  (d) 180 .  7. The HCF of 36 and 48 is   (a) 30  (b) 12  (c) 4  (d) 6 .  8. Subtract 200kobo from #10.54  (a) #8.54k  (b) #12.54k   (c) #9.21k  (d) #7.35k .  9. Add up 872.3 and 993.7  (a) 1922   (b) 1987  (c) 1866  (d) 1877 .  10. Convert 6/18 to decimal?  (a) 2.33  (b) 0.11  …
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CITIZENSHIP EDUCATION SAMPLE EXAM QUESTIONS

Answer all the questions.  .  1. Explain the term Civil Society Groups ...................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................................................... . 

2. List three classes of civil society groups you know (a) .............................................................................................................................................. (b) ............................................................................................................................................... (c) ................................................................................................................................…

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION SAMPLE EXAM QUESTIONS

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION SUMMER TERM EXAM .  ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS. .  1. What is moderation? …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

.  2. Mention three effects of overeating. (a) …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… (b) …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… (c) …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… .  3. A person who has no temperance can control himself. True/ False
4. What is alcohol made of? …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… .  5. List 3 side effects of taking too much of alcohol.  (a) …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… (b) …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… (c) …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… .  6. Briefly explain why drinking too much of alcohol can make a person poor. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………

HIGHLIGHTING THE PROCESS IN CERAMICS MAKING AND UNDERSTANDING ITS CAREER PROSPECTS (LESSON PLAN/LESSON NOTE)

SUBJECT VOCATIONAL APTITUDE  TOPIC: CERAMICS AND CERAMIST SUBTOPIC: HIGHLIGHT THE PROCESS IN CERAMICS MAKING AND UNDERSTAND ITS CAREER PROSPECTS  .  Ceramic is a solid object made from clay, mud or cement.  In the olden days, man made most household utensils like plates, cups from clay. When clay is wet, it can be easily moulded into different shapes. 

.  A person who produces ceramic products is called a ceramist.  Ceramics is a very brittle materialn that is it breaks easily when dropped and it has high meltpoint.  .  Process of Ceramic making Ceramics making involve the following processes a. Clay preparation b. Moulding of articles c. Firing d. Decorating  .  a. Clay Preparation It involves removal of clay impurities like sand by sieving the clay. Then the clay is mixed with water and pounded with hand until a stable fine mix has been obtained.  .  b. Clay Moulding There are two methods that can be used in moulding clay: i. The pinch pot method: it involves using the free hand to mould clay and is by f…

5 COMPREHENSIVE END OF TERM SCHOOL REPORTS

1. - - - is accountable and responsible. She makes smart decisions, listens to opportunities to improve and manages her emotions maturely. She has a positive attitude towards math but still needs extra attention in other arithmetic areas. continues to have trouble in a few key areas. He should practice every evening at home. Areas that need extra attention are ________  and ________ .





2. - - - - -is confident, positive and a great role model for her classmates. frequently among the first to help and mentor other classmates. She is a valuable part of the classroom. Has a good understanding of all math concepts taught so far this year. He/she continues to turn in excellent assignments and especially enjoys hands-on math activities.

3. - - - is inquisitive and has shown excellent ability to set goals and be persistent in achieving them is interested in his/her own learning, listens attentively, and makes a solid effort to avoid distractions that could interrupt the learning process. perfor…

SAMPLE SPELLING LIST FOR PRIMARY FIVE AND SIX

YEAR 6 SPELLING BEE LIST  Diaphragm    Bouquet   Thematic   Perspiring   Architecture   Bronchi   Conqueror   Jewelry   Intuition   Monotheism   Ambidextrous   Insensitivity   Grotesque   Massacre   Unconscious Paradigm Philanthropist Conqueror Miscellaneous Insubordination Intermittently Approximately Xenophobia Daffodil Rapport Jeopardy Intravenous Monastery Intravenous Barbeque/Barbecue Nomadic Oesophagus/Esophagus Intransigence Accelerate Wrought Organism Campaign Margarine Philosophical Flippers Monotheism Chauffeur Insubordination Laudable Metaphorical Jaundice Orchestra Octogenarian Accountability Neighbour Philanthropist Misappropriate Campaign Tantrum Reindeer Horrendous Astronaut Wrought Promulgate Molecules Surrounded Monastery Consciousness Quarantine Neighbour Pageant Fluorescent Psychology Reindeer Meander Approximately Reservoir Antithesis Jaundice Laudable Perspiring Spaghetti Psychology Accountability Colloquialism Supplementary Misappropriate Communication Delineate Plateau Abhor Smuggling Antithesis Diaphragm Drowsy Inhalation Ambassador Supplementary Hypnot…

PEOPLE AND LOVE OF MONEY (LESSON NOTE AND LESSON PLAN)

SUBJECT: RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
TOPIC: PEOPLE AND LOVE OF MONEY
SUBTOPIC: UNDERSTAND THE USE OF MONEY AND WEALTH
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Money is the currency that is used to pay for services and goods. We also use money to buy things that we need.
Wealth means riches. And when we have plenty money, we are said to be rich. When we are rich, we are able to acquire wealth in the form of properties such as houses, cars, and expensive clothes.
From the story of Abraham and Job in the Holy Book, we learnt that money or wealth is one of God's gift to man. It is God who is the real owner of wealth and He makes rich those who trust Him and are faithful to Him.. Since God is the real owner of our money and wealth, rich people should see themselves as caretakers of God's property. In other words, money and wealth should not be used for our needs only, but some of it should be used to cater for the needs of the poor and needy, some of it should be used for the upkeep of church and other religious institutions, …
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