25 MIND BLOWING QUESTIONS ON CITIZENSHIP.
1. 2005 Q24b: Explain six responsibilities of a Kenyan citizen. (12 marks)
2. 2006 Q9: Name the document which contains the rights of citizens in Kenya (1 mark)
The constitution of Kenya/ bill of right
3. 2007 Q.14: State two ways through which a person can become a citizen of Kenya? (1 mark)
4. 2008 Q11: Identify two ways of becoming a Kenyan citizen (2marks)
5. 2009 Q22a: (a) Identify five element of good citizenship in Kenya. (5 marks)
6. 2010 Q16: Give two reasons' that can make a registered person to lose citizenship in Kenya (2 marks)
7. 2011 Q22: a) State three circumstances that can make a Kenyan citizen to be denied the right of life (3marks)
b) Explain six civic responsibilities to a Kenyan citizen
8. 2012 Q8 P1: Give the main reason why a Kenyan citizen should obey the law. (1mark)
To keep peace
9. Define dual citizenship (1mk)
A citizen that have citizenship of two countries at the same time
10. Discuss six values of good citizenship in Kenya (12mks)
11. State two conditions that may qualify one to be registered as a Kenya citizen (2 mks)
12. Define the term citizenship (1mk)
The legal rights that an individual has to belong to a given country of nation
13. Explain five ways in which Kenyan government limits rights and freedom of citizens. (10 mks)
14. Two communities which were entitled to Kenyan citizenship by the independence constitution of Kenya
15. Main way through which the New Constitution affected citizenship in Kenya
Has allowed dual citizenship
16. Explain six civic responsibilities of Kenyan Citizens
17. Define the term “thrift” as a valve of Good citizenship (1 mk)
This is the wise prudent use of resources such as time and money
18. State how the citizens of Kenya participate in their government. (1 mark)
Through electing leaders of their choice to represent them
19. Elements of good citizenship
20. Discuss five social responsibilities of a Kenyan citizen
21. Five values of good citizenship in Kenya
22. Two main responsibilities of a citizen
23. Three ways in which Kenyan citizenship through registration can be revoked
24. Circumstances leading to revocation of Kenyan citizenship
25. Explain five responsibilities of a Kenyan Citizen (10mks)
Describe two theories about the origin of human beings
1. SCIENTIFIC THEORY OF EVOLUTION
scientific theory maintain that Human beings evolved from ape- like creatures and developed through adaptation over along period of time.
Darwinism is a theory of biological evolution developed by the English naturalist Charles Darwin (1809–1882) and others, stating that all species of organisms arise and develop through the natural selection of small, inherited variations that increase the individual's ability to compete, survive, and reproduce.
The theory of evolution says that all living things on Earth, including plants, animals and microbes, come from a common ancestor by slowly changing throughout the generations. Darwin suggested that the way living things changed over time is through natural selection.
2. THE CREATION THEORY OF EVOLUTION
The creation theory- according to many world religious e.g. Christianity Islam and Judaism the human race was created by God at a specific time in history to fulfill God’s purpose
Discuss the benefits of the discovery of fire to early man
Germany’s declaration of unrestricted submarine warfare/ sinking of the U.S.A ships
In August, 1914 the United States declared its neutrality in the war then engulfing Europe. President Woodrow Wilson, reflecting the views of much of the nation, announced that his country would be “impartial in thought as well as in action”.
The American entry into World War I came in April 1917, after more than two and a half years of efforts by President Woodrow Wilson to keep the United States out of the war.
The primary events that led to the United States declaration of war against Germany were the Zimmerman Telegram and Germany's announced intention to resume unrestricted submarine warfare.
On February 25, 1917, President Wilson received an intercepted German telegram to the German Embassy in Mexico City that offered to Mexico the "lost territory" of Arizona, New Mexico, etc. (land lost by Mexico to the U.S. in the Mexican American War of 1848) if Mexico would declare war on the U.S. The British had intercepted the telegram, and delivered it to the U.S. in an obvious attempt to secure U.S. entry into the war on the Allied side. On March 17, 1917, Germany sank five U.S. merchant vessels, and President Wilson delivered a war message to Congress on April 2. War was declared on April 6, 1917.