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KNEC KCSE History and Government Paper 2 Question Paper / 2015 KCSE Gem Sub-County Joint Evaluation

KNEC KCSE History and Government Paper 2 Question Paper / 2015 KCSE Gem Sub-County Joint Evaluation

2015 KCSE Gem Sub-County Joint Evaluation

History and Government Paper 2

SECTION A (25 Marks)

Answer All questions in this section

1.

State the meaning of social history.

 1 marks

2.

State two ways in which Homo erectus attempted to improve his life.

 2 marks

3.

Give two theories on the spread of Agriculture.

 2 marks

4.

Who were the earliest road builders in history.

 1 marks

5.

Name two participants in the Trans-Atlantic trade.

 2 marks

6.

Give one disadvantage of using petroleum as a source of energy.

 1 marks

7.

List two forms of telecommunication used to send messages to distant places in the shortest time possible.

 2 marks

8.

What was the main factor that led to the growth of Johannesburg city.

 1 marks

9.

State two ways in which the opening of the Suez Canal in 1869 contributed to the scramble for colonies in Africa.

 2 marks

10.

Give one pillar that supported the two pyramid policy in Zimbabwe.

 1 marks

11.

Give two reasons why the location of the second Mandinka Empire was unfavourable.

 2 marks

12.

State one problem faced by the nationalist in Ghana.

 1 marks

13.

Identify the main event that brought the Second World War to an end.

 1 marks

14.

State two features of the non-aligned movement.

 2 marks

15.

Name two “veto” powers of the United Nations outside Europe.

 2 marks

16.

State one condition that one must fulfill to become a senator in USA.

 2 marks

17.

State how diplomatic relations has ensured international peace.

 1 marks

SECTION B: (45 Marks)

Answer any three questions in this section.

18.

a) Identify three aspects of the culture of the early man that their origin in the late stone age. (3 marks)
b) Explain six effects of Agrarian revolution in America. (12 marks)

 15 marks

19.

a) State three uses of iron during the pre-colonial period in Africa. (3 marks)
b) Explain six challenges facing industrialization in the third world countries. (12 marks)

 15 marks

20.

a) State five reasons why the Baganda collaborated with British colonial rulers. (5 marks)
b) Explain five results of the Baganda collaboration with the British during the colonial period. (10 marks)

 15 marks

21.

a) State five responses of the apartheid government to African Nationalists demands in South Africa.(5 marks)
b) Explain five methods which the international community used to hasten the attainment of majority.(10 marks)

 15 marks

SECTION C (30 Marks)

Answer any two questions in this section

22.

a) Give three factors that united the people of Asante Empire during the pre-colonial period. (3 marks)
b) Explain six similarities between Buganda and Asante political organisation. (12 marks)

 15 marks

23.

a) Identify three main bodies of the League of Nations. (3 marks)
b) Explain six problems faced by the League of Nations. (12 marks)

 15 marks

24.

. a) Show how parliamentary supremacy is upheld in Britain. (3 marks)
b) Explain six roles of the British prime minister. (12 marks)

 15 marks

 

2015 KCSE Gem Sub-County Joint Evaluation

History and Government Paper 2

SECTION A (25 Marks)

Answer All questions in this section

1.

State the meaning of social history.

 1 marks

2.

State two ways in which Homo erectus attempted to improve his life.

 2 marks

3.

Give two theories on the spread of Agriculture.

 2 marks

4.

Who were the earliest road builders in history.

 1 marks

5.

Name two participants in the Trans-Atlantic trade.

 2 marks

6.

Give one disadvantage of using petroleum as a source of energy.

 1 marks

7.

List two forms of telecommunication used to send messages to distant places in the shortest time possible.

 2 marks

8.

What was the main factor that led to the growth of Johannesburg city.

 1 marks

9.

State two ways in which the opening of the Suez Canal in 1869 contributed to the scramble for colonies in Africa.

 2 marks

10.

Give one pillar that supported the two pyramid policy in Zimbabwe.

 1 marks

11.

Give two reasons why the location of the second Mandinka Empire was unfavourable.

 2 marks

12.

State one problem faced by the nationalist in Ghana.

 1 marks

13.

Identify the main event that brought the Second World War to an end.

 1 marks

14.

State two features of the non-aligned movement.

 2 marks

15.

Name two “veto” powers of the United Nations outside Europe.

 2 marks

16.

State one condition that one must fulfill to become a senator in USA.

 2 marks

17.

State how diplomatic relations has ensured international peace.

 1 marks

SECTION B: (45 Marks)

Answer any three questions in this section.

18.

a) Identify three aspects of the culture of the early man that their origin in the late stone age. (3 marks)
b) Explain six effects of Agrarian revolution in America. (12 marks)

 15 marks

19.

a) State three uses of iron during the pre-colonial period in Africa. (3 marks)
b) Explain six challenges facing industrialization in the third world countries. (12 marks)

 15 marks

20.

a) State five reasons why the Baganda collaborated with British colonial rulers. (5 marks)
b) Explain five results of the Baganda collaboration with the British during the colonial period. (10 marks)

 15 marks

21.

a) State five responses of the apartheid government to African Nationalists demands in South Africa.(5 marks)
b) Explain five methods which the international community used to hasten the attainment of majority.(10 marks)

 15 marks

SECTION C (30 Marks)

Answer any two questions in this section

22.

a) Give three factors that united the people of Asante Empire during the pre-colonial period. (3 marks)
b) Explain six similarities between Buganda and Asante political organisation. (12 marks)

 15 marks

23.

a) Identify three main bodies of the League of Nations. (3 marks)
b) Explain six problems faced by the League of Nations. (12 marks)

 15 marks

24.

. a) Show how parliamentary supremacy is upheld in Britain. (3 marks)
b) Explain six roles of the British prime minister. (12 marks)

 15 marks

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