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Form 4

Form 4 NECTA Syllabus

-Basic Math Syllabus

  1. COORDINATE GEOMETRY
    • The equation of a line
    • Midpoint of a line segment
    • Distance between two points
  1. AREAS AND VOLUMES
  • Areas
  • Volumes
  1. PROBABILITY
  • Probability of an event
  • Mutually exclusive events
  • Independent events
  1. TRIGONOMETRY
  • Trigonometric ratios
  • Sine, Cosine and Tangent functions & rules
  1. VECTORS
  • Displacement and position vectors
  • Magnitude and direction of a vector
  • Sum and difference of vectors
  • Multiplication of a vector by a scalar
  • Application
  1. THREE DIMENSIONAL GEOMETRY
  • Drawings
  • Angle between a line &plane
  • Angles between two planes
  1. MATRIX AND TRANSFORMATIONS  
  • Operations on Matrices
  • Inverse of a matrix
  • Matrices and Transformations
  1.   LINEAR PROGRAMMING
  • Simultaneous equations
  • Inequalities
  • Objective function
  • Maximum and minimum values.

 

-Book Keeping Syllabus

  1. BILL OF EXCHANGE
  2. PARTNERSHIPS
  3. CONSIGNMENTS
  4. JOINT VENTURES
  5. DEPARTMENTAL ACCOUNT
  6. FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OF GOVERNMENT FINANCE
  7. ELEMENTS OF AUDITING

 

-Civics Syllabus

  1. OUR CULTURE
  • Concept of Culture
  • Products of Culture
  • Promotion and Preservation of Culture
  • Culture of Preventive Care and Maintenance
  1. INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION
  • Foreign Policy
  • Bilateral and Multilateral Cooperation
  • International Peace and Understanding

 

-Computer Studies Syllabus

  1. LOOPING
  2. BATCHING STATEMENT
  3. ARRAYS & SUB-SCRIPTED VARIABLES
  • Arrays
  • Sub scripted
  • Variables
  1. FUNCTIONS & ROUTINES
    • Built-in Function
    • User Define Functions
    • Subroutines

 

-Geography Syllabus

  1. ELEMENTARY SURVEY AND MAP MAKING
  • Meaning of surveying
  • Types of surveying
  • Focus on chain survey and leveling
  • Focus on application of these techniques
  1. INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH
  • Objectives of Research work
  • Stages of research work
  1. ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES AND MANAGEMENT
  • Types of environmental problems in Tanzania
  • Loss of biological diversity in plants and animals in the ecosystem
  • Pollution and waste mismanagement
  • Fast rate of population and urban growth
  • Desertification
  • Poverty level in the country
  • Climatic change as observed in Tanzania
  • Environmental conservation
  1. POPULATION
  • Concept of population
  • Factors for population distribution
  • Population change & data
  • Presentation of population data
  • Population problems
  • Population policy
  1. SETTLEMENT
  • Types of settlements
  • Factors for growth of settlement
  • Functions of settlement Problems facing settlement

 

-Physics Syllabus

 

1.WAVES AND WAVE MOTION

  • Production and propagation of waves
  • Behavior of waves
  • Sound
  • Musical Sounds

2.REFRACTION THROUGH PRISMS AND THIN LENSES

  • Refraction of light through a prism
  • Refraction of light through lenses

3.DISPERSION AND COLOR

4.OPTICAL INSTRUMENTS

  • Simple microscope (magnifying glass)

5.ELECTROMAGNETIC SPECTRUM

  • Survey of electromagnetic spectrum
  • Infra-red radiation
  • Ultra-violet radiation

6.MAGNETIC EFFECT OF AN ELECTRIC CURRENT

 7.ELECTRO-MAGNETIC INDUCTION     

8.THE ATOM

9.THERMIONIC EMISSION

10.ELECTRONICS

 

-Biology Syllabus

  1. GROWTH
  • Mitosis & Growth
  • Human growth and development
  • Growth in flowering plants
  1. GENETICS
  • Variation among organisms
  • Principles of inheritance
  • Disorders
  • Application
  1. ORGANIC EVOLUTION
  • Concept
  • Mechanism of organic Evolution
  1. THE ENVIRONMENT
  • General Concept
  • Balance of Nature
  • Human population growth and control
  • Natural Resources
  • Environmental Degradation

 

-Chemistry Syllabus

  1. EXTRACTION AND PROPERTIES OF METALS
  • Occurrence and Location of Metals in Tanzania
  • Extraction of Metals
  • Chemical Properties of Metals
  1. COMPOUNDS OF METALS
  • Metal Oxides
  • Metal Hydroxides
  • Carbonates and Hydrogen carbonates
  • Nitrates
  • Chlorides
  • Sulphates

3. NON-METALS AND THEIR COMPOUNDS

  • General Chemical Properties of Non-metals
  • Chlorine
  • Hydrogen chloride
  • Sulphur&Sulphuric Acid
  • Sulphur dioxide
  • Nitrogen
  • Ammonia
  • Carbon&Carbon dioxide
  1. ORGANIC CHEMISTRY
  • Introduction to Organic Chemistry
  • Families of Hydrocarbons
  • Properties of Hydrocarbons
  • Alcohols
  • Carboxylic Acids

5. SOIL CHEMISTRY

  • Soil Reaction
  • Plant Nutrients in the Soil
  • Manures & Fertilizers

6. POLLUTION

  • Air Pollution
  • Water Pollution
  • Land Pollution

 

-Commerce Syllabus

  1. TAXATION
  2. INSURANCE
  3. BUSINESS UNITS
  4. MANAGEMENT & ORGANIZATIONS

 

-English Syllabus

A: LISTENING

  • Mass nouns & modifiers
  • Expressing reason
  • Relative clauses
  • Concession
  • Multi-word verbs
  • Transitive and intransitive verbs
  • Habitual past
  • Aural comprehension

B: SPEAKING

  • Debate
  • Interview
  • Instructions

C: READING

  • Reading for comprehension
  • The reading program
  • Extensive reading

D: WRITING

  • Business and official letters
  • Arguments
  • Reports
  • Meeting minutes

 

-History Syllabus

SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS BEFORE COLONIAL RULE

  • Levels of Economic Development
  • Political Changes due to Slave Trade & its Abolition

ESTABLISHMENT OF COLONIAL RULE

  • Partition
  • Colonial Political Control &African Reaction
  • Setting up Administrative Systems

COLONIAL ECONOMY AND SOCIAL SERVICES

  • Colonial Economy
  • Crises in the Capitalist System & their Impact on Colonial Economy & Social Services

NATIONALISM AND DECOLONIZATION

  • Early Protest movements
  • The rise of Nationalism

INDEPENDENCE AND DEVELOPMENT

  • Conditions under which Independence was granted
  • Changes in Political, Ideological and Administrative systems
  • Economic Development Policies and Strategies
  • Establishment of National Military Forces
  • Problems of Development

AFRICA IN INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS

  • African Cooperation
  • Africa in International Organizations and movement