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Form 2

Form 2 NECTA Syllabus

-Basic Math Syllabus

  1. ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS AND EQUATIONS
  2. EXPONENTS AND RADICALS
  3. QUADRATIC EQUATIONS
  4. LOGARITHMS
  5. CONGRUENCE AND SIMILARITY
  6. TRANSFORMATIONS
  7. PYTHAGORAS THEOREM
  8. TRIGONOMETRICAL RATIOS
  9. SETS
  10. STATISTICS

 

-Book Keeping Syllabus

  1. BOOKS OF PRIME ENTRY
  2. PETTY CASH AND SYSTEM (COLUMNAL PETTY CASH BOOK)
  3. BANK RECONCILIATION STATEMENT
  4. GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTING TERMINOLOGY

 

-Civics Syllabus

  1. GOVERNMENT FOR TANZANIA
    • Local and central Government
    • Central Government and Union Affairs
    • Prevention of Abuse of Powers in Public Service

2. DEMOCRACY

  • Types and ideals of Democracy
  • Constitution
  • Democratic Elections
  • Tanzania Parliament

 

-English Syllabus

 a.STRUCTURE

  1. PRESENT PERFECT
  2. PAST PERFECT TENSE
  3. PASSIVE
  4. COORDINATORS
  5. RELATIVE PRONOUNS
  6. RESULT CLAUSES
  7. COMPARISONS EQUAL
  8. PURPOSE CLAUSES
  9. CONDITIONALS
  10. DIRECT AND INDIRECT SPEECH                                                                                                                               

b.READING

c.LISTENING

d.SPEAKING

 

-History Syllabus

  1. THE PEOPLE OF AFRICA: THEIR ENVIRONMENT AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT
  • Industrial Development
  • Agriculture
  • Long Distance Trade
  • Development of Centralized Political systems

2. AFRICA AND THE EXTERNAL WORLD

  • Rise and impact of Transatlantic Triangular Trade
  • Transition to Industrial Capitalism
  • European intrusion in South Africa
  • Prelude to Colonialism in Africa

 

-Biology Syllabus

  1. NUTRITION
  • Food Nutrients
  • Nutrition in plants
  • Human Nutrition
  • Food processing, preservation and storage
  1. GASEOUS EXCHANGE IN ORGANISMS

3.RESPIRATION

  • Anaerobic and Aerobic Respiration

4.TRANSPORT IN ORGANISMS

  • General Concept
  • Diffusion and Osmosis
  • Transport in the human body
  • Transport in Plants

5.MOVEMENT

  • General concept
  • Movement of the human body

 

-Chemistry Syllabus

  1. MATTER
  • Particulate and Kinetic Nature of Matter
  1. ELEMENTS
  • Symbols
  1. ATOMIC STRUCTURE
  • Sub atomic Particles
  • Atomic number, mass number and isotopes
  1. PERIOD CLASSIFICATION
  • Meaning of periodic table
  • General Periodic Trends
  • Specific Group Trends
  1. FORMULA BONDING AND NOMENCLATURE
  • Covalent & electrovalent Bonding
  • Valency, Radicals, Formulae
  • Oxidation states
  • Nomenclature of inorganic Compounds
  1. CHEMICAL EQUATION
  • Molecular Equations
  • Ionic Equation
  1. ACIDS AND BASES
  • Properties of Acids and Bases
  • Indicators and neutralization
  • Strengths and uses of Acids and Alkalis

8. SALTS

  • Concept, properties and uses of Salt

 

 

-Computer Studies Syllabus

  1. THE IMPACT OF COMPUTERS
  2. HARDWARE ELEMENTS OF THE COMPUTER3
  3. PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
  • Machine Language
  • Low Level Language
  • High level Languages
  • 4th Generation Languages
  1. SPREAD SHEET
  • Introduction
  • Starting and Ending a Session
  • Entering and Editing Data
  • Formatting Data
  • Printing and Help
  1. COMPUTER COMMUNICATION
  2. DATABASE MANAGEMENT
  • Introduction
  • Starting and ending a Session
  • Entering and Editing Data
  • Printing and Help Facility

 

 

-Geography Syllabus

  1. Agriculture
  • Large Small scale agriculture
  • Livestock keeping
  1. WATER MANAGEMENT FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
  • Uses of Water.
  • Tapping water for Hydro Electric Power projects.
  • River basin Development Projects.
  • Land Reclamation.
  • Exploiting other water resources.
  • Water Conservation.
  1. EXPLOITATION OF FOREST RESOURCES
  • Types of forest resources.
  • Forestry amenity for Climate.
  • Important areas for timber industry, products, transport and use.
  • Problems associated with exploitation of Forestry resources.
  1. MINING INDUSTRY
  • Types of mining Industry.
  • Types of minerals
  • Distribution of Mining regions in the world per type of minerals.
  • Method of exploitation Mining and processing of minerals.
  • The effects of exploitation to the environment.
  • Contribution of mining industry to the economy.

5. MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY

  • Types of manufacturing Industry.
  • Factors for the location of industries.
  • Process of Production.
  • Pollutants from manufacturing industries.

6. TOURISM INDUSTRY

  • Concept of Tourism.
  • Important conditions for the development of tourism.
  • Importance of tourism.
  • Tourism policy.

7. EXPLOITATION OF POWER AND ENERGY SOURCES

  • Major power sources.
  • Case Studies

8. TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATION

  • Major types of transport.
  • Major types of communication.

9. TRADE AND COMMERCE

  • Type of trade and commerce.
  • Focus on trade within economic communities.