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2010 KCSE Business Trial P1-001

2010 KCSE Business Trial P1-001

Name…………………………………………………                      Index No. …………………….

School …………………………………………………                     Date……. …………………….

Sign……. …………………….

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BUSINESS STUDIES

PAPER 1

JULY / AUGUST 2010

Time: 2 Hours

RARIEDA DISTRICT JOINT EVALUATION TEST – 2010

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (K.C.S.E)

565/1

BUSINESS STUDIES

PAPER 1

JULY / AUGUST 2010

Time: 2 Hours

INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES

  • Attempt ALL the questions in the spaces provided.

FOR EXAMINERS USE ONLY: FILL THE GRIDS BELLOW

QUESTION NO. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
SCORE
QUESTION NO. 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25
SCORE
TOTAL MARKS

This paper consists of 12 printed pages.

Candidates should check the question paper to ensure that all pages are printed as indicated

and no questions are missing.

1.         State four reasons why people engage in business.                                        (4 marks)

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2.         State four disadvantages of division of labour.                                             (4 marks)

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3.         Outline four roles of management in the success of a business                     (4 marks)

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4.         State four features of Hire Purchase.                                                                                    (4 marks)

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5.         State the major use of each of these documents

a.         Certificate of trading                                                                                      (1mark)

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b.         Certificate of Incorporation                                                                            (1mark)

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c.         Memorandum of association.                                                                          (1mark)

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d.         Articles of association.                                                                                    (1mark)

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6.         Outline four circumstances under which verbal communication may be used.         (4marks)

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7.         State four essentials for a warehouse.                                                                        (4 marks)

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8.         State four types of economies of scale to a firm.                                           (4 marks)

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9.         Highlight four factors that determine the level of National Income.                        (4 marks)

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10.       Tazama Traders Had the following list of Balance as at On 31 December 2009.

Capital 100,000
Prepaid rent 4,000
Debtors 67,000
Accrued Wages 26,000
Furniture 70,000
Commission in advance 15,000

Prepare the balance sheet as at 31st December 2009.                                                 (4 marks)

11.       The following entries were found to have been entered incorrectly in the ledger accounts.

Sales A/C

Dr.                                                                                                    Cr.

Shs.

June 16                Debtors                    15,000

Shs.
Debtors A/C

Dr.                                                                                                                   Cr.

Shs. Shs.

June 26                            Sales                  15,000

Creditors A/C

Dr. Cr.

Shs.

June 14                Cash at Bank                    5,000

Shs.
Cash at Bank A/C

Dr. Cr.

Shs.

June 14                    Creditors                    5,000

Shs.

(a)        State the correct transaction that took place on:                                             (2marks)

i)          June 14 …………………………………………………………………………………………

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ii)         June 26

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(c)        State the name for error committed in recording transaction on:                   (2marks)

i)          June 14 ……………………………………………………………………………………………..

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ii)         June 26

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12.       Mito Traders had the following about their business as on the given dates.

1/1/2009 31/12/2009
Debtors 60,000 80,000
Discount allowed – 10,000
Return inwards – 30,000
Bad debts – 20,000

In the year 2009, customers paid shs. 120,000 while cash sales was shs. 260,000

Calculate the value of credit sales for the year.                                                          (4marks)

13.       Highlight four factors that need to be managed when controlling cost — push inflation

(4marks)

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14.       Outline four goals of development.                                                               (4marks)

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15.       Outline four difficulties faced in the satisfaction of human wants.                          (4marks)

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16.       State four ways that the government can use to service its public debts.                  (4marks)

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17.       Apart from the use of computers in offices, outline other four current trends in office

management.                                                                                                               (4marks)

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18.       Highlight four causes of balance of payment disequilibrium.                                    (4marks)

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19.       The following information was extracted from the books of accounts of Jumba Traders for the year ended 31st December, 2009

Shs
Opening stock 25,000
Carriage on sales 13,000
Purchases 490,000
Sales 552,000
Closing Stock 60,000
Other expenses 10% on gross profit

Determine Net profit for the year ended 31st December, 2009.                                (4marks)

20.       Advance four reasons why it’s necessary for the government to carry out population

census.                                                                                                                         (4marks)

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21.       Most Parastatals in Kenya Have underperformed. Advance four measures that can be

taken to improve their efficiency.                                                                               (4marks)

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22.       On 1st January, 2010 Twiga traders had Kshs. 85, 000 cash in hand and a bank credit

balance of Kshs. 88,000. During the month, the following transactions took place.

January 2nd : Cash sales Kshs. 209,400

Jan. 6th: a debtor settled his account of Kshs 500, 000 by cheque less 5% cash discount..

January 16th : Paid salaries Kshs 30,000 in cash.

Jan. 21st : settled a creditor account of Kshs. 20,000 by cheque less 2% cash discount.

January 31st Banked all the cash except Kshs 25, 000

Enter the above transactions in the three column cash book below.                                      (4mks)

DR                  TWIGA TRADERS THREE- COLUMNS CASH BOOK          CR

Date Particulars Disc All. Cash Bank Date Particulars Disc Rec. Cash Bank

23.       Indicate the account to be debited and credited in the following transactions.        (4marks)

Transaction Debit Credit
a) Bought beans on credit
b) Converted a personal car into business use
c) Paid creditor by cheque
d) Took goods for personal use.

24.       Outline four measures to be taken by a businessman to improve internal business environment.                                                                                                                                         (4 marks)

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25.       The diagram below shows the current demand for a certain product.

2010 KCSE Business Trial P1-001

a)         Name two category of products whose demand curve is illustrated above giving an

example.                                                                                                                      (2mks)

(i)

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(ii)

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b)         What is the effect of increase in price of the above commodity on its demand?       (2mks)

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2010 KCSE Chemistry Trial P1-001

2010 KCSE Chemistry Trial P1-001

Name……………………………………………………….                  Index No…………………/…….

School………………………………………………………                   Date ………………………….…

Candidate’s Signature…………………………………….

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CHEMISTRY

Paper 1

July/August 2010

2 hours

RARIEDA DISTRICT JOINT EVALUATION TEST – 2010

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (K.C.S.E)

233/1

CHEMISTRY

Paper 1

July/August 2010

2 hours

INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES.

1.      Write your name and index number in the spaces provided above

2.      all working must be clearly shown

3.      Mathematical tables and electronic calculators may be used.

FOR EXAMINER’S USE ONLY.

QUESTION MAXIMUM SCORE CANDIDATES SCORE
1 – 30 80

This paper consists of 16 printed pages.

Candidates should check the question paper to ensure that all pages are printed as indicated

and no questions are missing

1.         Study the diagram below and answer the questions that follow. The diagram shows the method of separating components of mixture Q.

2010 KCSE Chemistry Trial P1-001

(i)         State the role of the part labeled X.                                                                            (1mk)

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(ii)        State what would happen if the water inlet and water outlet in the Liebig’s condenser is interchanged?                                                                                                              (1mk)

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2.         a)         Define Gay – Lussac’s law.                                                                                        (1mk)

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b)         30cm3 of ethane were mixed with 100cm3 of oxygen and the mixture was sparked to complete reaction. If all the volume were measured at a pressure of one atmosphere and a temperature of 25°C, Calculate the volume of  the  residual gas under.

State condition.                                                                                                           (2mks)

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3.         You are given the following half equations

2010 KCSE Chemistry Trial P1-001

a)         Write an overall equation for the cell reaction.                                                           (1mk)

b)         Calculate the Eө value of the cell.                                                                               (1mk)

c)         Name the oxidizing agent.                                                                                          (1mk)

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4.         The diagram below shows a diagram of non – luminous flame. A piece of white paper is

slipped into the region of the flame as shown in the  diagram and quickly removed before it catches fire.

2010 KCSE Chemistry Trial P1-001

a)         Draw and label the piece of paper to show how it is affected by the above flame.   (2mks)

b)         Explain why a luminous flame of a bunsen burner produces bright yellow light.      (1mk)

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5.         A student added 50 cm3 of 1.0m aqueous sulphuric acid to 50cm3 of 2.0M potassium hydroxide and the temperature rose by 4°C.

a)         Define the term molar heat of neutralization.                                                             (1mk)

b)         Calculate the molar heat of neutralization. (C = 4.2 kJk-1 density of solution = 1g/cm3.

(2mks)

6.         Study the set –up below and answer the questions that follow.

a)         Identify the gas produced in the flask.                                                                       (1mk)

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b)         Using an equation explain the observation made in the boiling tube.                        (2mks)

2010 KCSE Chemistry Trial P1-001

7.         Write the structure of the polymer.

(i)         formed by the following monomer.                                                                            (1mk)

2010 KCSE Chemistry Trial P1-001

(ii)        Give the IUPAC name of the following organic compound.                                     (1mk)

CH2 (CL) CH2 (CH3) CH2CH2CH3

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8.         The set – up below was used by a student to try to prevent the rusting of an Iron rod.

2010 KCSE Chemistry Trial P1-001

(a)        Did the student succeed in preventing the rusting of Iron using the set – up above?            (2mks)

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b)         Which method of rust prevention was the student investigating?                             (1mk)

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9.         In an experiment 30g of metal carbonate were added to 30cm3 of 1 M hydrochloric acid in a beaker. Mass of the beaker and its contents were weighed at time intervals.

a)         Sketch a graph on the axis given below and labeled it as Q.                                      (1mk)

2010 KCSE Chemistry Trial P1-001

b)         On the same axis sketch another graph when 2M of the acid is used with the same mass of the carbonate.

c)         State an apparatus that is used to determine the rate of a reaction in this experiment.(1mk)

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10.       The chromatogram below shows the constituents of ink sample M using methylated spirit as solvent.

2010 KCSE Chemistry Trial P1-001

a)         Describe how you would obtain a solid sample of the red pigment from the chromatogram above.                                                                                                                                    (2mks)

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11.       Study the energy level graph for reactants and products during a chemical reaction representing the equation below.

2010 KCSE Chemistry Trial P1-001

a)         What will be the effect of increasing temperature to the above reaction?

Explain.                                                                                                           (1 ½ mks)

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b)         How would a decrease in pressure affect the amount of hydrogen?             ( 1 ½ mks)

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12.       Calculate the number of hydrogen ions in 5cm3 of 0.5 molar phosphoric acid. (L = 6.0 x 1023)

(2mks)

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13.       Study the flow chart below and answer the questions that follow.

2010 KCSE Chemistry Trial P1-001

a)         Identify ;

i)          Solid B                                                                                                                        ( ½ mk)

ii)         White precipitate E                                                                                                     ( ½ mk)

iii)        The substance responsible for the colourless solution G.                                            ( 1mk)

b)         Write the ionic equation for formation of precipitate F.                                             ( 1mk)

14.       The following table shows the pH values of solutions A, B, C and D.

Solution A B C D
pH 3 7 10 14

(i)         Which solution is likely to be that of iron (III) Chloride?                                          (1mk)

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(ii)        Which solution has the highest concentration of hydroxide ion? Explain.                (2mks)

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15.       The diagram below shows a structure (i) of water molecules

2010 KCSE Chemistry Trial P1-001

i)          Name the bonds labelled                                                                                ( ½ mk)

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ii)         Using dots (.) and cross(x) diagram show the bonding in the compound phosphonium ion

PH4+ (H = 1, P = 15)                                                                                       (2mks)

16.       M grams of radioactive isotope decayed to 5g in 90 days. The half – life of the isotope is 30 days

(a)        What is half – life?                                                                                                      ( 1mk)

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(b)        Calculate the initial mass of M of the radioactive isotope.                                         (2mks)

17.       A form one student set – up the apparatus below to investigate the property of steam on aluminium.

2010 KCSE Chemistry Trial P1-001

(a)        Explain why no gas was collected in the above set –up.                                            (1mk)

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(b)        Aluminium reacts with steam to form aluminium oxide and not aluminium hydroxide as expected. Explain.                                                                                                           (1mk)

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( c)       Explain why the reaction between aluminium and steam stops after a short time.

(1mk)

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18.       The table below shows properties of some elements. Study it carefully and answer the questions that follow.

Element Sodium Magnesium Phosphorus
Electrical conductivity Good Good Poor
Melting point 98 660 44 44 or 115

a)         Suggest why phosphors has been a signed two melting point values.                        (1mk)

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b)         Explain why the melting point of magnesium is higher than that of sodium.            (1mk)

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19.       1.512g of metal carbonate XCO3 reacts with 20cm3 of 1.8M hydrochloric acid completely.

Calculate the relative atomic mass of element X. (C = 12, O = 16)                                       (3mks)

20.       Aluminium is extracted from its ore by the process of electrolysis .                          (1mk)

(i)         Name the ore of aluminium that is normally used.

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(ii)        Aluminium ore in (i) above has very high melting point (2015°C) though it is electrolysed at a lower temperature of  a bout 900°C. Explain how the low temperature is achieved.

( 1mk)

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(iii)       In the above process graphite electrodes are used. What is the disadvantage of using this kind of electrode?                                                                                                        (1mk)

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21.       A wooden splint glowing on both ends was fixed as shown in the diagram. The experiment was carried out as indicated.

2010 KCSE Chemistry Trial P1-001

a)         What will be observed on the glowing splint ends A and B if heating is done at the same time?                                                                                                                             (1mk)

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b)         Explain the observation in (a) above.                                                                          (1mk)

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c)         One of the products in this experiment is useful to rocket scientist is useful to rocket scientists when going into space.

State two ways in which the scientists use this product.                                            (1mk)

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22.       30cm3 of Hydrogen gas diffuses through a porous plug in 2 minutes. How long will 90cm3

of hydrocarbon gas of molecular mass 72 taken to diffuse through the same plug under same

conditions. (H = 1  , C = 12)                                                                                                   (3mks)

23.       The diagram below represents a charcoal burner. Study it and answer at the question that follow.

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a)         Explain what takes place in region (III)                                                                     (2mks)

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b)         Write tan equation for the reaction taking place in region II.                                     (1mk)

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24.       When aqueous mixture containing 60g of potassium bromide and 7g of potassium sulphate in 100g of water at 80°C was cooled to 0°C some crystals were formed.

(i)         Name the method used to obtain the crystals.                                                                        (1mk)

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(ii)        Suggest ore industrial application of the method named in (i) above.                       (1mk)

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25.       Give two reasons why ammonium nitrate is such a good fertilizer.                                       (2mks)

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26.       The table below gives information of four elements by letters A,B, C and D. Study it and answer the questions that follow. The letters do not represent the actual symbol of the elements.

Element Electron arrangement Atomic radius (nm) Ionic radius nm
A 2.8.2 0.136 0.065
B 2.8.7 0.097 0.181
C 2.8.8.1 0.203 0.133
D 2.8.8.1 0.174 0.097

a)         Which two elements have similar properties? Explain                                                (2mks)

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b)         Why is the ionic radius any element B greater than its atomic radius.                       (1mk)

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27.       In an experiment soap solution was added to three samples of water. The table below shows the volume of soap solution required to form lather with 500cm3 of water before and after boiling.

Sample A Sample B Sample C
Volume of soap before water is boiled 12.4 4.0 29.0
Volume of water after water is boiled 4.0 4.0 29.0

a)         Which sample is likely to be

(i)         temporary hard water.                                                                                                 (1mk)

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(ii)        permanent hard water.                                                                                                            (1 mk)

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b)         Write the formula of a compound that could be present in sample A but not in sample  C.

(1mk)

28.       Starting with zinc oxide, describe how you can prepare a sample of lead ( II) sulphate.      (2mks)

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29.       Chlorine can be prepared using the following reagents potassium manganate (VII) and concentrated hydrochloric acid.

a)         State the role of potassium manganate (VII) in the reaction.                                     ( ½ mk)

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b)         Name the bleaching agent formed when chlorine gas is passed through cold dilute sodium hydroxide solution.                                                                                                          ( ½ mk)

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c)         Write an equation showing the bleaching action of the bleaching agent named in b) above

on the dye                                                                                                                   (1mk)

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

30.       Given phosphorus has atomic number of 15. Write the electron arrangement of phosphorous in PO43-.                                                                                                                                           (2mks)

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

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2010 KCSE Music Trial P3-001

2010 KCSE Music Trial P3-001

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School …………………………………………………                     Date……. ……………………………..

Sign……. ……………………………..

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MUSIC

PAPER 3

JULY / AUGUST 2010

Time: 2 ½ Hours

RARIEDA DISTRICT JOINT EVALUATION TEST – 2010

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (K.C.S.E)

511/3

MUSIC

PAPER 3

JULY / AUGUST 2010

Time: 2 ½ Hours

Instructions to Candidates.

a)         Answer ALL the Questions in this paper.

b)         In Question 1 choose either (a) or (b)

c)         In Question 4, choose any TWO of the Questions numbered (a), (b), (c), and (d)

This paper consists of 4 printed pages.

Candidates should check the question paper to ensure that all pages are printed as indicated

and no questions are missing.

SECTION A – BASIC SKILLS (32 MARKS)

1.         a.         Either

Continue the following opening to make a melody of sixteen bars for voice, introducing dynamics and duplet; modulate to the subdominant then back to the tonic. Use sequential device and phrase your melody                                                                                                                                     (12 marks)

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Or

b)         Using staff notation, write a melody and fit in the following words. Add phrase marks

(12 marks)

My heart is like a singing bird,

Whose nest is in a watered shoot;

My heart is like an apple tree,

Whose boughs are bent with thick set fruit.

2.         Harmonize the following melody for soprano, alto, tenor and bass (SATB). Choose appropriate

chords from the following                                                                                                      (20 marks)

I, II IV, V and VI

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3.         AFRICAN MUSIC

a)

i.          Name the community which traditionally play orutu (1 mark)

ii.         Explain why it is possible to play different full major scales on orutu and not on litungu

(2 marks)

iii.        How is Kipkandit held and played                                                                             (2 marks)

b)

i.          Outline four qualities of a good soloist for an African folksong                                (4 marks)

ii.         Give two examples of vocal techniques used in African folk song                            (2 marks)

c.         Chakacha is a Swahili dance

i.          For whom is it intended                                                                                              (1 mark)

ii.         What is the purpose of the dance                                                                               (1 mark)

d. Nameone Kenyan aerophone which has a reed as part of its mouth piece                         (1 mark)

4.         WESTERN MUSIC

Answer any tvo of the questions (‘a,), (b), (c) and (d)

a,         THOMAS TALLIS

i.          Give the name of a composer who worked closely with Thomas Talus         (1 mark)

ii.         For what purpose did the two composers write motets called continues sacrae?(1mk)

iii.        Outline five styles of composition which occur in Tallis works                     (5 marks)

b.         J.S. BACH

i.          State four musical duties Bach performed during his stay at Leipzig            (4 marks)

ii.         How many movements characterize Bach’s suites?                                       (1 mark)

iii.        For what purpose did Bach write ‘Goldberg variations?’                              (1 mark)

iv.        For what medium did Bach write Brandenburg concerto?                            (1 mark)

c.         FRANZ SCHUBERT

i.          During which musical period J1Schubert live?                                               (1 mark)

ii.         What type of work is Lazarus?                                                                       (I mark)

iii.        Why are Schubert’s operas not suitable as stage works                                  (1 mark)

iv.        Outline four characteristics of Schubert’s songs                                            (4 marks)

d.

i.          Outline four experiences which influenced Bartok as a composer                 (4 marks)

ii.         Name three operas by Bartok                                                                                     (3 marks)

5.         PRESCRIBED TRADITIONAL AFRICAN MUSIC

Kiore dance — Akamba (Musavani dancers from Mwingi District) an extract from Ngoma za Kenya PPMC production.

i.          Outline four ways showing how aerophones feature in the recording                       (4 marks)

ii.         What do you understand by the term postlude?                                                        (1 mark)

iii.        With reference to voice and instruments used, describe the postlude in the recording(5 marks)

6.         Shenandoah: American Folksong arranged by James Erb.

i)          Describe the music in terms of tempo                                                                         (3 marks)

ii.         Name the type of texture that dominate the music                                                    (1 mark)

iii         By bar number identify where word painting has been used                                                 (1 mark)

iv.        The following terms and signs have been used in the music, define any three of them (3mks)

a.         Poco                                        c.         meno f

b.         ritard                                       d.         a 3

v.         For how many voice parts is bar 32 sung.                                                                   (1mk)

vi.        Name the parts in question (v) above.                                                                        (1mk)

7.         a.         Study the music provided and answer questions that follow.

i.          Define Rondo form                                                                                        (1mk)

ii.         Who is the composer of the music?                                                                (1mk)

iii.        Write bar 12 in full                                                                                          (2mks)

iv.        Compare bars 2 and 19                                                                                   (1mk)

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b.         Define the following                                                                                                   (5 marks)

i.          Coda

ii.         Atempo

iii.        Adongo

iv,        A phrase mark

v.         Double headed membranophone

c.         Translate this melody to staff, Key F Minor, Time  6                                                (5 marks)

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d.         i. How are music skills transmitted to the younger generation in African setting?   (3marks)

ii. Name the community that traditionally perform each of the following dances.   (2 marks)

a.         Ikuhurania

b.         Chemelilit

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School …………………………………………………                     Date……. …………………….

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MUSIC

PAPER 2

AURALS

JULY / AUGUST 2010

Time: 50 MINUTES

RARIEDA DISTRICT JOINT EVALUATION TEST – 2010

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (K.C.S.E)

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PAPER 2

AURALS

JULY / AUGUST 2010

Time: 50 MINUTES

FOR EXAMINER’S USE ONLY

SECTION I
SECTION II
TOTAL

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Candidates should check the question paper to ensure that all pages are printed as indicated

and no questions are missing.

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School …………………………………………………                     Date……. …………………….

Sign……. …………………….

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MUSIC

PAPER 1

JULY / AUGUST 2010

Time: 30 MINUTES PER CANDIDATE

RARIEDA DISTRICT JOINT EVALUATION TEST – 2010

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (K.C.S.E)

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PAPER 1

PRACTICAL PERFORMANCE

JULY / AUGUST 2010

Time: 30 MINUTES PER CANDIDATE

Instructions to Candidates.

a)         This paper consists of four pages; the cover assessment sheet for the examiner and sight singing.

b)         The candidate shall only need page three for sight singing.

For Examiner’s Use only.

QUESTION MAXIMUM MARK SCORE
1. WESTERN PIECE
2. AFRICAN PIECE
3.TECHNICAL EXERCISE
4. SIGHT SINGING
TOTAL

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and no questions are missing.

1 WESTERN PIECE

Accuracy of notes

Dictions

Dynamics

Phrasing & breathing

Musicianship

Total

MARKS

2

2

3

3

5

15

SCORE
2. AFRICAN PIECE

Suitability

Co-ordination

Style/variation/translation

Involvement

Tone/pace (speed)

Total

2

2

3

3

5

15

3. TECHNICAL EXERCISE

Test I

Test 2

Test 3

Test 4

Test 5

Total

2

2

2

2

2

10

4 SIGHT WORK

Accuracy of notes

Flow of notes

Total

5

5

10

GRAND TOTAL 50

SIGHT SINGING PIECES VOICE AND RECORDER

1.

2.

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2010 KCSE French Trial P3-001

2010 KCSE French Trial P3-001

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School………………………………………………………                   Date ………………………….…

Candidate’s Signature…………………………………….

501/3

FRENCH

Paper 3

JULY / AUGUST – 2010

Time: 2 ½    Hours

RARIEDA DISTRICT JOINT EVALUATION TEST – 2010

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (K.C.S.E)

501/3

FRENCH

Paper3

JULY / AUGUST – 2010

Time: 2 ½  Hours

NB: – The reading aloud and the exposes must be on separate cards.

This paper consists of  8 printed pages.

Candidates should check the question paper to ensure that all pages are printed as indicated

and no questions are missing

READING CARD A

En peu de temps. L’ordinateur est devenu un phénomène de mode; c’est à la fois le stylo de l’écrivain et l’instrument du choréographe, un fantastique moyen d’expression et de communication. Il vous permet de toucher le monde du bout des doigts; on peut le comparer à la television qui fait défiler le monde sous vos yeux. Vous n’avez qu’à utiliser le clavier et la souris, choisir l’information et la transformer. Avec un ordinateur, vous pouvez devenir compositeur, musicien, dessinateur.

READING CARD B

Quelques 200 ouvriers ont manifesté hier à Rounda contre la décision du gouvernement de ne pas respecter une augmentation de salaire promis l’année dernière. Cette mésure avait déjà provoqué en juillet, des grêves conduisant au renversement du président du syndicat des ouvriers, Monsieur Ngao.

Suite à cela, le Vice-Président, Monsieur Ndombolo, a remplacé l’ancien président, ce que sélon l’opinion publique, ne pourra qu’aggraver la situation des gens déjà les plus pauvres.

Exposé Card A

Quels sont les dangers des drogues?

Exposé Card B

Faut-il porter l’uniforme hors de l’école? Donnez votre avis.

Exposé Card C

Parlez aux membres de votre village de I’importance de conserver l’eau.

Exposé Card D

Vous parlez aux candidat(e)s de forme 4 de comment se preparer pour les examens.

FIN

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School………………………………………………………                   Date ………………………….…

Candidate’s Signature…………………………………….

501/2

FRENCH

Paper 2

JULY / AUGUST – 2010

Time: 1 ½    Hours

RARIEDA DISTRICT JOINT EVALUATION TEST – 2010

Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (K.C.S.E)

501/2

FRENCH

Paper 2

JULY / AUGUST – 2010

Time: 1 ½  Hours

INSTRUCTIONS

  • This paper consists of two sections.
  • Section 1 Comprehension.
  • You will answer the questions in the spaces provided.
  • Section II Grammar.
  • All questions will be answered in the question paper.

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY.

SECTION MAXIMUM SCORE CANDIDATE’S SCORES
I

II

15

15

TOTAL

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Candidates should check the question paper to ensure that all

pages are printed as indicated and no questions are missing.

SECTION I (15 Marks)

Read the following passages and answer the questions that follow after each passage.

PASSAGE I

Comme il faisait tous les jours, Saïd est parti d’Acoua au volant de son taxi. Avec lui, c’était Ali, son cousin, âge de 15 ans. Au bout de quelques kilometres, Ali a demandé à Saïd de le laisser conduire un moment. Saïd ne voulait pas mais Ali a insisté tellement que Saïd a accepté.

Tout heureux, Ali a pris le Volant et a appuyé immediatement sur l’accelerateur. Les passagers commencaient à crier de peur mais Ali a continué à foncer. Tout à coup, à la sortie d’un virage, Ali s’est trouvé face a une chèvre. Il a freine de tout ses forces mais il a perdu le contrôle du vehicule.

Heureusement, Said a redressé le taxi avant qu’il ne quitte la route. Le taxi s’est arrêté au milieu de la route. Personne n’était blessé mais les passagers étaient furieux contre Said et Ali.

1.         a)         Qu’est – ce qu’Ali voulait?                                                                                         (1 pt)

…………………………………………………………………………………………………

b)         Pourquoi est-ce que les voyageurs criaient?                                                                (1 pt)

…………………………………………………………………………………………………

c)         Pourquoi est-ce qu’Ali a perdu le contrôle du vehicule?                                            (1 pt)

PASSAGE II

Bienvenue

Á une

SOIRÉE DANSANTE

Avec l’orchestre KASS KASS

Au restaurant ‘Bon Piege’

Le 6 aoùt 2010

Repas traditionnel servi

VENEZ NOMBREUX!

2.         a)         A quel moment de la journée aura lieu cet evenement?                                              (1 pt)

…………………………………………………………………………………………………

b)         Quelles activités va-t-on faire?

i)          …………………………………………………………………………………………( ½  pt)

ii)         …………………………………………………………………………………………( ½  pt)

iii)        …………………………………………………………………………………………( ½  pt)

PASSAGE III

En France, le shopping n’est pas seulement une necessité, c’est aussi une forme de récreation. Pour les vetements, les Français ont le choix entre la boutique, le grand magasin, la grande surface et les sites marchands sur le Net.

La boutique est un magasin spécialisé dans une categorie de vêtements. Vêtements masculins, vêtements feminins, etc. Généralements, elles vendent des vetements des “grandes marques”.

Le grand magisin vend toutes sortes de vetements. La qualité de ces vetements et leurs prix sont variables. En général, ces magisins sont situés au centre des grandes villes.

La grande surface se trouve à l’exterieur des villes. Elles vendent une variété de produits: des vetements, des outils, des appareils menagers à des prix bas. Les grandes surfaces sont aujourd’hui très populaires.

3.         a)         On parle de combien de lieux pour faire le shopping?                                                (1 pt)

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………

b) Relevez de texte, deux differences entre le grand magasin et la grand surface.

i) ………………………………………………………………………………………………( ½  pt)

ii) ………………………………………………………………………………………………( ½  pt)

c) Trouvez dans le texte, l’expression qui signifie:-

i) de bonne qualité -…………………………………………………………                        ( ½  pt)

ii) hors de -………………………………………………………………….                         ( ½  pt)

PASSAGE IV

www.pigmentum.fr

CAHORS

GEORGES VIGOUROUX

L’abus d’alcool est dangereux pour la santé

A consommer avec moderation

4.         a) Cette publicité est pour quel type de produit?                                                                    (1 pt)

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………

b) Quel conseil est-ce qu’on a donné?                                                                                    (1 pt)

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………

PASSAGE V

Elles sont jeunes, emancipées, eduquées, independante financiérement et……………., seules. La societé marocaine est confrontée à une augmentation du nombres de célibataires. C’est vrai chez les hommes et bien plus visible chez les femmes – La scolarisation des femmes à contribuer a l’âge du mariage. Il est aujourd’hui de 27 ans pour les femmes et 31 ans pour les hommes.

Ces femmes marocaines veulent plus de respect, plus de communication et des partages de tâches au sein du couple. Le mari n’est plus consideré comme un pourvoyeur de fonds mais comme une compagnon de vie.

5.         a) Dans quel pays se passé cette situation?                                                                             ( ½  pt)

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………

b) Quelle est la cause de cette situation?                                                                                (1 pt)

…………………………………………………………………………………………………………

c) D’apres le texte, que cherchent les femmes dans le mariage?

i) ………………………………………………………………………………………………( ½  pt)

ii) ………………………………………………………………………………………………( ½  pt)

iii) ………………………………………………………………………………………………( ½  pt)

SECTION II GRAMMAR.

A.        Rewrite the following sentences beginning as shown and making any other necessary changes.

1.         L’autre fois, Marie est allée voir ses grand-parents.

La prochaine fois aussi, elle……………………………………………………

2.         Maman: Maintenant, je ne joue pas au foot.

Fils: Et quand tu étais jeune, Maman?

Maman: Bien sur quand j’étais…………………………………………………

3.         Bakari: Julien, qui a pris ton livre?

Julien: C’est nous ………………………………………………………………………

4.         Il n’a pas fini son devoir de chimie.

Mais cette fois-ci, il faut……………………………………………………………………..

5.         Donnez-nous les cahiers.

Nous vous demandons ……………………………………………………………………

6.         Je ne suis pas alle au marché alors je n’ai pas achete des tomates.

Si j’allais au marché…………………………………………………………………….

7.         Ils ne sont pas encore arrivés.

Non, mais j’éspère…………………………………………………………bientot.  (7 pts)

B.        Fill in the blanks with ONE WORD ONLY to correctly complete the paragraph.

La personne (1)………………………………je parle vient juste (2)……………………… arriver chez le dentiste, il est (3)……………………………… malade (4)………………………………..on peut voir les grimaces sur son visage. Le (5)………………………………. va lui arracher (6) ………… dents. (7)………………..douleur! crie-t-il (8)…………….. haut voix. Il ne sait pas (9)………………… faire. (10)………………………. pis.

½  pt each

C.        Match the following questions in column “A” with the answers in column “B”

COLUMN A COLUMN B
a) Vous écrivez quelquechose?

b) Qui travaille chez Total?

c) Quand part l’avion?

d) Pourquoi est-ce que Daniel arrive en retard?

e) Comment faites-vous pour aller à Mombasa?

f) Votre famille est nombreuse n’est-ce pas?

i) Trés tôt le matin

ii) Elle est arrivée en retard.

iii) On peut y aller par le train.

iv) Bien sûr, nous sommes dix.

v) Il ne s’est pas réveillé de bonne heure.

vi) J’en ai dix.

vii) Oui, une histoire.

viii) Chez les amis.

ix) C’est Jean Paul.

Answers

a) ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

b) ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

c) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

d) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………….

e) ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

f) …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

(3 pts)

FIN

 
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