Form 2 Subjects
Biology is derived from two Greek words, that is, bios which means life and logos or logia which means study or knowledge. Aspects of biological science range from the study of molecular mechanisms in cells, to the classification and behaviour of organisms, how species evolve and the interaction of ecosystems. Biology often overlaps with other related applied and natural sciences such as agriculture, medicine, physics, chemistry, and astronomy. Biology, therefore, refers to the study of life.
Chemistry is all around us. Did you know that everything is made out of chemicals? Any reaction taking place in body cells of all living and non living organisms correlates with chemistry. In chemistry we study materials that make up the earth and universe. Chemistry is sometimes called the central science because it bridges other natural sciences, including physics, geology and biology. Therefore, when talking about chemistry, we are referring to life on Earth.
Civics is the study of theoretical and practical aspects of citizenship, their rights and duties to each other and to the Government. It involves the study of people’s way of life including political and cultural aspects such as education processes, religion, election processes, customs and language. It aims at providing people with important skills like leadership skills among many others. Civics is all about people’s political, social and cultural life.
Commerce is the conduct of trade amongst economic agents. Generally, commerce refers to the exchange of goods, services or something of value, between businesses or entities. From a broad perspective, nations are concerned with managing commerce in a way that enhances the well-being of citizens, by providing jobs and producing beneficial goods and services.
English Language is a course taught in both primary and secondary schools in Tanzania. There are various topics taught in English Language with an intention of sharpening listening skills, speaking skills, reading skills and writing skills of the learners. The four skills are essential for teaching and learning in other subjects as well as communication in general.
Geography is the study of places and the relationship between people and their environment. Geographers explore both the physical properties of the Earth's surface and the human societies spread across it.In the context of dynamic and changing world, it is very crucial to study Geography so as to be able to achieve sustainable human development.
Kiswahili ni Lugha ya kibantu; inatumika kama lugha ya taifa au rasmi katika baadhi ya mataifa ya Afrika Mashariki na Kati kama vile Tanzania, DRC, Kenya, Burundi, Rwanda na Uganda. Hadi hivi sasa lugha ya Kiswahili inakadiriwa kuzungumzwa na watu zaidi ya milioni 60 duniani kote. Mataifa mengine ya Afrika yanayozungumza Kiswahili ni pamoja na Comoro, Zambia, Malawi na Msumbiji. Kiswahili pia kinazungumzwa katika baadhi ya nchi za Kiarabu kama vile Yemen, UAE n.k
Physics is one of the branches of Science that investigates and explains about the several aspects of nature and how nature behaves differently. It involves the study of interactions between matter and energy. It uses the concepts like forces, energy, mass and motion to explain how things happen around us. Physics uses measurement and experimental procedures to test the observations so as to come up with desired results.