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TOPIC ONE
INTERACTIONS AMONG THE PEOPLE OF AFRICA:
1.      Briefly explain the concept of interaction among the people of Africa
2.      Explain the factors for social and economic interactions in pre-colonial Africa
3.      Highlight the impacts of social and economic interaction.
4.      Who were the Ngoni
5.      What are the causes for the Ngoni migration?
6.      List down the social, economic and political effects of Nguni migration in African societies.
7.      Why were the Ngoni successful in defeating/conquering the people of East Africa
8.      State the reasons for Mfecane wars and its impacts





 TOPIC TWO
SOCIO- ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND PRODUCTION IN PRE COLONIAL AFRICA
9.      Define the following terms
a.       Social organization
b.      Modes of production
c.       Production
d.      Means of labour
e.       Objective of labour
f.       Productive forces
g.      Relation of production
h.      Class struggle
10.  Mention types of social organization and production.
11.  What are the African socieities which are still practicing communal mode of production
12.  Highlight characteristics of communalism as a mode of production,
13.  What are the factors for transition from primitive communalism to advanced communalism
14.  Mentrion factors for transition from communalism to feudalism
15.  List down features of slavery mode of production
16.  Define feudalism and state it’s features.
17.  Give out various forms of feudalism existed in  African societies.
18.  What were the merits and demerits of feudalism to African societies?


TOPIC THEE
AFRICA AND THE EXTERNAL WORLD.
19.  Explain the concept of early contact with the middle and far East.
20.  Discuss social and economic motives of contact between Africa, far East and Middle East.
21.  Highlight the social and economic impacts of contacts between Africa, middle and far East.
22.  What were the reasons for the decline of costal city states?
23.  Explain the social and economic motives of contact between Africa and the Portuguese.
24.  Explain the factors for the decline of Portuguese rule in east Africa.
25.  Highlight the social and economic impacts of Portuguese on Africa.
26.  Explain the motives of Dutch settlement at the cape.
27.  Show the impacts of Dutch settlements at the cape.
28.  Briefly explain about the slave trade in east Africa
29.  Draw a sketch map of East Africa showing the African participants in slave trade.
30.  List down the ways of obtaining slaves.
31.  Draw a sketch map of east Africa showing the trade routes of slave trade.
32.  What were the social and economic impacts of slave trade people of east Africa.
33.  Explain the concept of triangular slave trade and it’s origin
34.  Elaborates the reasons for the triangular slave trade.
  1. Mention five commodities that were brought by early traders from the Far East and the Middle East.
  2. Explain the causes and effects of triangular slave trade5. Mention five ways used to obtain and abolish slave trade in Africa.

TOPIC FOUR
INDUSTRIAL CAPITALISM
  1. Explain the meaning of industrial capitalism
  2. List down  the demands of industrial capitalism
  3. Define and mention activities of
                                i.            Traders
                              ii.            Explorers
                            iii.            Missionaries

  1. Explain the roles of the agents of industrial capitalism in preparing Africa for colonization.
  2. What were the roles of companies in the colonization of Africa
  3. Define Slave Trade
  4. What were the reasons for abolition of slave trade
  5. Highlight the tracts used in the abolition of slave trade
  6. List down effects of abolition of slave trade
  7. What were the reasons of Great Boer Trek
  8. Provide the impacts of Great Boer Trek
  9. What are motives of the British at the Cape?
  10. Explain why the Boers managed to defeat the Africans in the interior of South Africa.
  11. Mention five tactics used by British to occupy the Cape.
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