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HISTORY & GOVERNMENT Examination Syllabus

* FORM 1

  1. INTRODUCTION TO HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT
  2. The meaning of History
    2. The meaning of Government
    3. Sources of information on History and Government
    4. Importance of studying History and Government.

    2. EARLY MAN

  3. Origin of man
    2. Evolution of man
    3. Cultural and economic practices of Early Man

    3. DEVELOPMENT OF AGRICULTURE

  4. Development of early agriculture
    2. Early agriculture in:
    1. Egypt
    2. Mesopotamia
    3. The Agrarian Revolution in
    1. Britain
    2. U.S.A
    4. The food situation in Africa and the rest of the Third World

    5. Remedies of food shortages

    4. THE PEOPLE OF KENYA UP TO THE 19th CENTURY

  5. Origin migration and settlement of the people of Kenya
    1. Bantu
    2. Nilotes
    3. Cushites
    4. Results of the migration and settlement of the
    people of Kenya

    5. SOCIAL,ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL ORGANIZATION OF KENYAN SOCIETIES IN THE 19th CENTURY

  6. Bantu
    1. Agikuyu
    2. Ameru
    3. Akamba
    4. Abagusii
    5. Mijikenda

    2. Nilotes
    1. Luo
    2. Nandi
    3. Maasai

    3. Cushites
    1. Borana
    2. Somali

    6. CONTACTS BETWEEN EAST AFRICA AND THE OUTSIDE WORLD UP TO THE 19th CENTURY

  7. Early visitors to the East African Coast up to 1500
    2. Trade between the East African Coast and the outside World
    1. Development of the trade
    2. Organization of the trade
    3. Impact of the trade on the people of East Africa

    3. The coming of the Portuguese
    1. Reasons for their coming to East Africa
    2. Their conquest and rule
    3. The decline of Portuguese power
    4. Establishment and Impact of Omani Rule:

  8. Seyyidd Said and the development of plantation Agriculture
    2. Development,Organization and Consequence of

    5. The spread of Christianity:
    1. Reasons for the coming of Christian missionaries
    2. Missionary activities and challenges
    3. Effects of missionary activities

    7. CITIZENSHIP

  9. Kenya citizenship
    2. Rights of a citizen
    3. Responsibilities of a citizen
    4. Elements of good citizenship

    8. NATIONAL INTEGRATION

  10. National Integration
    1. Meaning
    2. Importance

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