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Syllabus for secondary schools

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Elimu (Education Forum)' started by Masika, Feb 20, 2011.

  1. Masika

    Masika JF-Expert Member

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    Helo jf
    i need to know the current syllabus for secondary school(o-level)
    any one who knows which one is in use,help me, i want to buy for my young brothers as most students do not know what they are supposed to study!
    My kind regards:
     
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    Ryata Member

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    `my dear friend you are asking for the o`level syllabus`even we teachers who are called educational officers we are facing the same probem out of that we are told to prepare things like scheme of work,lesson plan,teaching notes,attendance register ASK THE GOVERNMENT HOW MANY STUDENTS PER ONE CLASS AND CURRICULUM ARE WE THE ANSWER IS TOTAL CONFUSION
     
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    Bajabiri JF-Expert Member

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    Sylabus znapatikana TANZANIA INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION{TIE}, JUST GO THERE U MAY BUY THOZ,IT IZ FOUND BAMAGA,NEARBY NECTA OFFICES
     
  4. Masika

    Masika JF-Expert Member

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    Thanks for this useful information,I know the place!
     
  5. Masika

    Masika JF-Expert Member

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    If that is the case how do you manage to teach?
    What do you expect the form four results to be if even teachers are teaching without
    using the current syllabus and NECTA is always preparing papers based on current syllabus? This justfies 50% failure of form 4 students,2010
     
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    You can start form here: Syllabus


     
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    sekafighter Member

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    inashangaza xana.
     
  8. computer_1X

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    yah ni vema nimekuta hii thread,habari zenu waungwana,naomba mnipe mawazo juu ya matokeo ya form four ya wadogo zetu mwaka huu maana nackia tetesi kuwa eti yatapangwa kisiasa....
     
  9. djsisco

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    you should direct that question to the Government, and let me tell you something else.. Dont let your little bro rely on the syllabus 100% 'cause not everything thats in the syllabus comes out in the final exam, they may face something they've never seen in the syllabus, I know 'cause Im the victim too
     
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    Evelyn Salt JF-Expert Member

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    Hata ya form two yenyewe yamepangwa kisiasa...expect that too!!!
     
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    Gilbert wa tarakea. Member

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    syllabus is a very wanted tool, when preparing teaching and learning materials. But we never depend much on them since they are shallow prepared. When a teacher pretends to relay on it completely' the students will get the less. I always use it to know what contents are supposed to be covered, but i generate the rest of the elements in accordance to the enviroment of T/L.
     
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    The syllabus has many weaknesses because those who are preparing them are different from those who are supposed to implement it.this is the one of the problems that faces educational system in Tanzania in sec schools!
     
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    mhh sa miya o level natakiwa niipate and am used in uvc syllbaus...yani i recently shifted a certain office in town city center dar n got a job at school-primary and secondary.....so i need o level computer syllabus atleast for primary books are there........
     
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    above link is not working
     
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    That's a 2011 post! Anything might have happened to the website between then and now. But you can still google it and get some leads....I guess.


    http://www.tie.go.tz/index.php/services/syllabuses-price-list?start=1 : Looks like its now a business. If they make available on the internet, they wont make good sale of their hard copies!
     
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    Rukiko Senior Member

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    no online?
     
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