NECTA Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 Standard Four Results

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NECTA Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 Standard Four Results

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NECTA is Government Institution which was established by the Parliamentary Act No. 21 of 1973. NECTA is responsible for the administration of all National Examinations in Tanzania.

NECTA SFNA Results 2021/2022, NECTA Standard Four Results 2021/2022, NECTA Matokeo Darasa la Nne 2021/2022. Candidates can know their results from official NECTA website  as well as using below given link in this post. Follow this page for NECTA SFNA Results updates.

 

Standard Four National Assessment 2021/2022

Examination Formats

Each subject has an examination format, which describes the structure of the examination paper, and the content in which that particular examination covers. The details of subjects addressed are shown in individual examinations formats that can be accessed in the examination formats

This format of Standard Four National Assessments is based on Primary School curriculum of standard III to IV introduced by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, which was issued in 2016 and was
effectively used in 2017.

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Primary school curriculum of 2016 is more focused on the Education and Training Policy of 2014, which emphasizes learners’ competence in all learning faculties.

The format aims at assessing the competence of pupils in Reading, Writing and Arthmetic skills, in the level that allows them to transfer the acquired
knowledge in solving social, political, economic and technological problems  for personal and national development.

 

NECTA Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 Standard Four Results

 

ARUSHA

DAR ES SALAAM

DODOMA

GEITA

IRINGA

KAGERA

KATAVI

KIGOMA

KILIMANJARO

LINDI

MANYARA

MARA

MBEYA

MOROGORO

MTWARA

MWANZA

NJOMBE

PWANI

RUKWA

RUVUMA

SHINYANGA

SIMIYU

SINGIDA

SONGWE

TABORA

TANGA

This format will take effect in 2018.  The new format has identified six subjects, which will be taught in Standard
III to IV. The subjects are Kiswahili, English Language, Mathematics,  Social Studies, Science and Technology and Civic and Moral  Education.

The change in the new curriculum for Standard III to IV  involves combining Geography and History to form Social Studies  subject.

Civics subject has been modified by adding the part of Moral, so it
is called Civic and Moral Education. Also, Vocational Studies, Personality and Sports subject which was being taught in Standard III IV will be taught from standard V. In assessing Standard Four at National
level, the National Examinations Council will administer six subjects, which are:

Kiswahili, English Language, Mathematics, Social Studies,
Science and Technology and Civic and Moral Education. Teachers are urged to teach pupils based on the curriculum to meet objectives targeted for each subject.

This format has been prepared based on the competence required as stipulated in the new curricula for primary schools, Standard III to IV. The format is meant to guide teachers and pupils on the structure of the
assessment paper.

However, teachers and pupils are advised not to use the format as a replacement for the curriculum. In teaching and learning, all objectives identified in primary school syllabi for standard Three and Four
must be effectively taught.

The format of each subject that will be tested consists of an introduction, general objectives, general competencies, specific competencies and the structure of the assessment paper. Criteria for assessment of each general and specific competence and awarding criteria are also presented in the attached assessment guidelines.

NECTA is Government Institution which was established by the Parliamentary Act No. 21 of 1973. NECTA is responsible for the administration of all National Examinations in Tanzania.

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NECTA Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 Standard Four Results

 

About NECTA : Standard Four National Results 2021

National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA; Swahili: Baraza la Mitihani la Tanzania) is an agency of the Tanzanian government, headquartered in Dar Es Salaam, that proctors tests given nationally.

It manages the Standard Four National Assessment (SFNA), Primary School Leaving Examination (PSLE), Form Two National Assessment (FTNA), Qualifying Test (QT), Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE), Advance Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (ACSEE), Grade A Teachers Certificate Exam (GATCE), Grade A Teachers Special Course Certificate Examination (GATSCCE), Diploma in Technical Examination (DTE), and Diploma in Secondary Education Examination (DSEE).

NECTA History, Matokeo Form Four Results 2021

It was established on 21 November 1973. Prior to that time the East African Examinations Council (EAEC) served Mainland Tanzania and Zanzibar. The latter withdrew from the EAEC in 1970, and the Ministry of Education (MoE) Curriculum and Examinations Section briefly took over examination proctoring for Mainland Tanzania when it withdrew from the EAEC in 1971. The Tanzanian government began hiring employees for NECTA in 1971, and Parliamentary Act No. 21 of 1973 established NECTA

 

NECTA Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 Standard Four Results

 

Standard Four Results

 

Matokeo Form Two 2021/2022

 

 

Matokeo Darasa la NNE 2020/2021

ARUSHA

DAR ES SALAAM

DODOMA

GEITA

IRINGA

KAGERA

KATAVI

KIGOMA

KILIMANJARO

LINDI

MANYARA

MARA

MBEYA

MOROGORO

MTWARA

MWANZA

NJOMBE

PWANI

RUKWA

RUVUMA

SHINYANGA

SIMIYU

SINGIDA

SONGWE

TABORA

TANGA

“>NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 ARUSHA

NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 DAR ES SALAAM

NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 DODOMA

NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 IRINGA

NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 KAGERA

NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 KIGOMA

NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 KILIMANJARO

NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 LINDI

NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 MARA

NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 MBEYA

NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 MOROGORO

NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 MTWARA

NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 MWANZA

NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 PWANI

NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 RUKWA

NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 RUVUMA

NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 SHINYANGA

NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 SINGIDA

NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022TABORA

NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 TANGA

NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 MANYARA

NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 GEITA

NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 KATAVI

NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 NJOMBE

NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 SIMIYU

NECTA: Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 SONGWE

 

 

NECTA Matokeo Darasa la nne 2021 : ENGLISH LANGUAGE


1.0 INTRODUCTION

This assessment format is based on the English Language Syllabus for Basic Education Standard III VI of 2016 which became operational from 2017. The English Language subject syllabus was prepared by considering the paradigm shift from content to competence based type of teaching and learning as stated in the
curriculum.
This format aims at assessing pupils’ competences, skills and attitudes in learning. The assessment will focus on measuring the extent to which pupils have been able to use the attained competences and take part in simple conversations.

 


2.0 GENERAL OBJECTIVES

The assessment will test the extent to which the pupils are able to:

2.1 express themselves appropriately in a given situation;

2.2 listen and comprehend oral information and simple
descriptions;

2.3 read and comprehend written information and simple
descriptions;

2.4 use appropriate vocabulary to communicate in everyday
interactions, such as family, hobbies, school and current
events;

2.5 use simple meaningful and grammatically correct sentences;
and

2.6 use the knowledge of English Language to advance
academically.


3.0 GENERAL COMPETENCES

The assessment will test the extent to which the pupils are able to:

3.1 listen and comprehend oral and written information and
simple descriptions;

3.2 use appropriate vocabulary to communicate in everyday
interactions;

3.3 use simple meaningful and grammatically correct sentences
to communicate in a simple way; and

3.4 communicate in a simple way using all the four language
skills.

 


4.0 SPECIFIC COMPETENCES

4.1 comprehend oral and written information;

4.2 use vocabulary/verbs through the four language skills;

4.3 communicate orally and through writing.

 


5.0 ASSESSMENT RUBRIC

The English Language subject assessment paper will consist of
sections A, B, C, D and E. The assessment will have a total of five
(5) questions. Each question will consist of five sub-items. The
duration for the paper will be 1:30 hours and 1:45 hours for the
pupils with visual impairment. Each question will carry a total of ten
(10) marks making a total of fifty (50) marks.

5.1 Section A: Dictation

5.1.1 The section will consist of one question with five
simple sentences. The question will be on dictation of
which five sentences will be dictated to pupils by the
invigilator and pupils will be required to write the
sentences correctly in the space provided. Each item
will carry two (2) marks, making a total of ten (10)
marks in this section.

5.1.2 The pupils will be required to listen and write the
words/simple sentences read by the invigilator in the
spaces provided.

5.2 Section B: Vocabulary
The section will have one (1) question with five (5) items
which will either be multiple-choice, gap filling, matching or
short answer items aimed at testing pupils’ ability to use
different vocabulary items in different communicative
situations. The pupils will be required to answer all the items.
Each item will carry two (2) marks, making a total of ten (10)
marks in this section.


5.3 Section C: Grammar

The section will have one (1) question with five (5) items which will either be multiple-choice, gap filling or short answer items aimed at testing pupils’ ability to use grammar patterns in different communicative situations. The pupils will be required to answer all the items. Each item will carry two (2) marks, making a total of ten (10) marks in this section.

 


5.4 Section D: Composition

The section will have one (1) question with five (5) items which will either be jumbled sentences, letter writing or a
guided composition designed to test pupils’ ability to write a text expressing different events in different situations. Each item will carry two (2) marks, making a total of ten (10) marks.

 


5.5 Section E: Comprehension

The section will comprise of a short and simple passage that will be followed by one (1) question with five (5) items which will be short answer questions. The pupils will be required to answer all the items by using the correct information from thepassage. Each item will carry two(2) marks, making a total of
ten (10) marks in this section.

 


6.0 ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

The following are levels of performance in each task against the
assessment criteria:

03 SOCIAL STUDIES
1.0 INTRODUCTION

This assessment format is based on the social studies syllabus
of 2016 which took effect in 2017. The format has been prepared
to assess the levels of competencies of the Standard Four pupils,
as shown in the Social Studies syllabus.

 


2.0 GENERAL OBJECTIVES

The assessment aims at assessing the ability of a pupil in:

2.1.1
valuing and protecting the environment and resources of
the nation;

2.2 valuing the relationship between people and the
environment in the society;

2.3 identifying and using the available opportunities in his/her
environment; and

2.4 identifying the origins of the societies in our nation.

 


3.0 GENERAL COMPETENCIES

The assessment intends to measure the competencies of a pupil
in:

3.1 recognizing different events occurring in his/her
environment;

3.2 recognizing the principles of patriotism in the society;

3.3 applying the knowledge of maps and solar system in daily
life; and

3.4 applying economic principles in production activities.

 


4.0 SPECIFIC COMPETENCIES
Darasa la Nne 2021
The assessment will specifically
measure the ability of the pupils
to:

4.1 conserve the environment of the surrounding society;

4.2 keep record of historial events;

4.3 use knowledge of weather conditions in daily activities;

4.4 promote Tanzanian culture;

4.5 build good relationship with the surrounding society;

4.6 honour our heroes in the society;
4.7 use map(s) in different environment;

4.8 recognize the solar system;

4.9 appreciate and protect national resources;

4.10 identify production activities in the society; and

4.11 apply entrepreneurial skills in social activities.

 


5.0
ASSESSMENT RUBRIC
Social Studies assessment paper will consist of two sections A and B, with a total of four (4) questions. The first question will comprise eight (8) items; the second question will comprise six (6) items; the third will consist of seven (7) items, whereas, the fourth question will consist of four (4) items. The pupils will be required to answer all questions. Total marks in this assessment will be fifty (50). The duration of the assessment
will be 1:30 hours; and 1:45 hours for the pupils with the visual
impairment.


5.1 Section A

This section will comprise of two (2) questions. The first question will comprise eight (8) multiple choice items.
Each item of the question will carry two (2) marks. In this question, the pupils will be required to choose the correct
answer from four options: A, B, C and D. The second question will require the pupil to match items in part A with
their answers in part B. The question will have six (6) items; each carrying two (2) marks. The total marks in this
section will be twenty eight (28).


5.2 Section B

This section will comprise of two (2) questions: the
third and the fourth questions. The third question will consists
of seven (7) sub
items, each carrying two (2) marks. The pupil will either be required to rearrange things or the
given statements in the correct order or to answer short
questions based on the given passage or learned
competencies.
The fourth question will consists of four (4) subitems each carrying two (2) marks. The pupil will be

NECTA Matokeo ya Darasa la Nne 2021/2022 Standard Four Results

 

 

NECTA Matokeo Darasa la nne 2020 Best Students

Top 10 Best Students Form Four Results 2020, Wanafunzi 10 Bora matokeo kidato cha nne 2020. The National Examinations Council of Tanzania (NECTA) has announced the results of Form Four with the boys leading the list of the top 10 students. In the list of the top 10 students, there are seven boys and three girls.

The results were announced today Friday January 15, 2021 by the executive secretary of the council, Dr. Charles Msonde.

 

  1. Paul Cosmas Luziga (M) (Pandahill-Mbeya)
  2. Justina Pius Gerald (F) (Canossa- Dar es Salaam)
  3. Timothy Bartholomew Segu (M) (Mzumbe- Morogoro)
  4. Isaya Charles Rukamya (M) (Feza Boys- Dar es Salaam)
  5. Ashrafu Ramadhani Ally (M) (Ilboru Arusha)
  6. Samson Daimon Mwakabage (M) (Jude-Arusha
  7. Derick Robson Mushi (M) ( Ilboru-Arusha)
  8. Layla Khalfan Atokwete (F) (Canossa- Dar es Salaam)
  9. Innocent Dastan Joseph (M) (Mzumbe-Morogoro)
  10. Lunargrace Greyson Celestine (F) (Canossa-Dar es Salaam)

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