Second Term Examination Questions 2019/2020 Session – Junior Secondary School Two (JSS 2) for Social Studies, Business Studies, French, English Language, Agricultural Science

EDUDELIGHT GROUP OF SCHOOLS

       1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS STATE.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2019/2020 SESSION

SUBJECT:    SOCIAL STUDIES                                                   CLASS:  J.S.S 2

SECTION A: OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS

  1. the agents of socialization does not include  (a) mass media  (b) religion institution                       (c) home/family (d) peer group
  2. one of the following is NOT a quality of a good leader  (a) honest  (c) patience                               (c) gambling  (d) hardworking
  3. ______are common traits with which we recognize a group of people  (a) identity                      (b) culture  (c) integration  (d) socialization
  4. ___is not an example of our culture  (a) greetings  (b) values  (c) belief  (d) fighting
  5. ____is a form of subjecting human being to a hard form of labour, sufferings and violence  (a) child marriage  (b) widowhood  (c) slavery (d) violence
  6. The use of drug indiscriminately is called  (a) drug attention  (b) drug harm  (c) drug abuse  (d) drug harbor
  7. The state of high usage of drug on continuous basis which he is no longer in control is _____          (a) drug harm  (b) drug habour  (c) drug addiction  (d) drug attention
  8. ____is not why people abuse drugs  (a) peer group influence  (b) ignorance  (c) to produce boldness  (d) to pray very well
  9. _______studies the interaction of man with his environment  (a) English language                  (b) business  (c) social  (d) psychology
  10. The sense of doing what is right and acceptable in a community is _____(a) cultural responsibility  (b) moral responsibility  (c) social responsibility  (d) personal responsibility
  11. ___means working with other members of the community together to achieve peace and common goals  (a) conflict  (b) co-operation  (c) company  (d) complain
  12. The trade which involve the use of human beings is called ____(a) personal trade  (b) slave trade  (c) high trade  (d) barter trade
  13. _________is a situation where people interact in large or small group in order to achieve a common goal  (a) association  (b) people behaviour  (c) group behaviour  (d) collective behaviour
  14. Power and control is one of benefit of positive group behaviour  (a) No  (b) average  (c) Yes  (d) how
  15. __________is an effort to secure wealth or power through illegal means for personal gain from the public purse.  (a) advance fee  (b) bribery  (c0 corruption  (d) money changing

SECTION B:  COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES

  1. ___________is one of the agencies of corruption prevention in Nigeria
  2. __________are beliefs, norms, about what is right or wrong and what is important in life
  3. _______________is one of the factors that influence our values in Nigeria.
  4. Example of hard and dangerous drugs is __________________
  5. The meaning of EFCC is ___________________________________

SECTION C

Answer any 4 questions

1a.       What is the meaning of corruption (2mks)

b.         List 3 effect of corruption (3mks)

c.         List 3 causes of corruption (3mks)

d.         List 3 ways corruption can be stopped (2 mks)

2a.       What is the meaning of values (2mks)

b.         List types of values we have (2mks)

c.         List 4 importance of values in our society (3mks)

d.         List 3 sources of values (3mks)

3a.       List 3 factors affecting values (2mks)

b.         What is meaning of Religion (2mks)

c.         List 3 types of religion we have in Nigeria (2 mks)

d.         List 4 benefits of religion (3mks)

4a.       List 3 immediate effect of child abuse (2mks)

b.         What is the meaning of child abuse (2mks)

c.         List 3 factors affecting child abuse (3mks)

d.         List 2 ways we cans top child abuse (3mks)

5a.       What is marriage? (2mks)

b.         List 3 types of marriage (3mks)

c.         List 2 forms of marriage (2mks)

d.         List 3 condition for marriage (3mks)

           

EDUDELIGHT GROUP OF SCHOOLS

       1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS STATE.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2019/2020 SESSION

SUBJECT:    BUSINESS  STUDIES                                                     CLASS:  J.S.S 2

SECTION A:  OBJECTIVE QUESTIONS

  1. _________involves buying in small quantities from the wholesaler for resale to consumers  (a) wholesale  (b) retail trade  (c) foreign trade  (d) export trade
  2. ________is the study of trade and aids to trade (a) social study  (b) commerce  (c) civic                 (d) basic science
  3. _____document refers to sheet of paper that contains written information about the business  (a) element  (b) office  (c) laboratory  (d) stadium
  4. ____is the trade that is carried out within a country, it can be local, regional level                                   (a) foreign trade  (b) export  (c) home trade  (d) entreport trade
  5. _________is not a duty of a receptionist  (a) receiving messages  (b) making calls                        (c) attending to friend  (d) attending and receiving visitors
  6. ________is the art of putting or arranging documents in a safe place  (a) gathering  (b) filing  (c) arrangement  (d) movement
  7. A situation where letters are filed according to their places of origin or destination is ______(a)alphabetical filing  (b) Numerical filing  (c) geographical filing  (d) subject filing
  8. _____________is a book that is kept by organisations to record letters that are delivered by hands from one office to another office and signed by the receiver  (a) postage book                      (b) stock book  (c) dispatch book  (d) register book
  9. ______are documents used in keeping records of all sales transactions in an organization  (a) purchase documents  (b) stock documents  (c) sales document  (d) debit document
  10. _________is a document prepared by the seller for goods returned or overcharged.  (a) debit note  (b) requisition note  (c) credit note  (d) purchaser note
  11. _________is a document prepared by the seller for goods returned or overcharged  (a) debit note  (b) requisition note  (c) credit note  (d) purchaser note
  12. The document issued by the seller to the buyer showing the sums of money that is paid for goods bought  (a) order form  (b) sales form  (c) receipt  (d) invoice
  13. _______involves the movement of people, goods and services to where they are needed            (a) insurance  (b) banking  (c) transportation (d) communication
  14. Accepting money as deposits and giving loans to customers is a function of _________           (a) insurance  (b) communication  (c) banking  (d) transportation
  15. A place specially prepared to keep goods before they are distributed to different customers and business organization is ________(a)communication  (b) insurance  (c) warehousing  (d)transportation.

SECTION B: COMPLETE THE FOLLOWING SENTENCES

  1. __________is the making of product known to the public through mass media.
  2. ___________is the coming together of people to buy and sell goods in a particular place and time
  3. _______is something that is essential for a person to function effectively.
  4. ______________is something that an individual wishes to have but may not be required now.
  5. __________is an arrangement of financial protection provided by a company against harm, loss of property or life.

SECTION C:

ANSWER ANY 4 QUESTIONS

1a.       Who is a receptionist (2mks)

b.         State the meaning of a reception office (2mks)

c.         List 3 functions of a receptionist (3mks)

d.         List 3 qualities of a receptionist (3mks)

2.         Explain the following

a.         Commerce       (2mks)

b.         Retail trade (3mks)

c.         Home trade (3mks)

d.         Trade  (2mks)

3.         Explain the following

a.         Need (2mks)

b.         Want (2mks)

d.         Wholesale Trade (3mks)

d.         List 3 shopping tips on your way to the market (3mks)

4a.       What is book-keeping (2mks)

b.         Explain

(i)         Transparency   (3mks)

(ii)        Accountability  (3mks)

(iii)       Probity (2mks)

5a.       State the meaning of consumer right (2mks)

b.         Lit 4 universal consumer rights (3mks)

c.         List 3 consumer’s responsibilities to the product bought (3mks)

d.         State the meaning of “Export”  (2mks)

     EDUDELIGHT GROUP OF SCHOOLS

       1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS STATE.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2019/2020 SESSION

SUBJECT:    FRENCH                                                                          CLASS:  J.S.S 2

A.        Souligue la reponse

  1. Le bruit _____________(a) Noisy  (b) calm
  2. Le marigot ____________(a) Mary got  (b) stream
  3. Port _______________(a) Airport  (b) sea port
  4. Electricite _____________________(a) electricity  (b) electronics
  5. Les voitures __________(a) voltures  (b) cars
  6. Les palais ___________(a) place  (b) palace
  7. Les couvants _________(a) shrine  (b) cover
  8. La chasse ___________(a) fishing  (b) hunting
  9. Les champs _____________(a) camp   (b) farm
  10. La foret ____________(a) fox  (b) forest  (c) false
  11. Peu d’ecole __________(a) few hospitals  (b) few schools
  12. L’alcool ____(a) school  (b) alcohol
  13. Jeunesse __________(a) Jane  (b) youth
  14. Mode _______________(a) mud  (b) module  (c) fashion
  15. Fetes ______________(a) fear  (b) festival 

B.        Theorie

  1. Liste 5 nouvelles chose daus la commuaute
  2. Liste 5 mode
  3. Liste 5 fetes au Nigeria

            EDUDELIGHT GROUP OF SCHOOLS

       1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS STATE.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2019/2020 SESSION

SUBJECT:    AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE                                CLASS:  J.S.S 2

Part A: Objective Questions

  1. Trypanosomasis in cattle is caused by (a) bacteria  (b) fungus  (c) protozoan  (d) Tse-Tse fly  (e) white fly
  2. One of the essential micro-nutrient element is  (a) iron  (b) magnesium  (c) phosphorus                   (d) potassium  (e) sulphur.
  3. The following are ways of controlling farm animals diseases EXCEPT  (a) deworming            (b) dipping  (c) drenching   (d) malnutrition  (e) proper feeding
  4. Which of the following is NOT  cultural method of controlling crop diseases  (a) burning infected crops  (b) practicing crop rotation  (c) regular weeding  (d) spraying plants with insecticides  (e) use of resistant varieties.
  5. The following are symptoms of disease in farm animals EXCEPT (a) abortion  (b) anemia  (c) increase in weight  (d) rise in temperature  (e) sores on the skin.
  6. Disease causing organisms are called  (a) parasites  (b) pathogeus  (c) pests  (d) predators  (e) vectors
  7. Which of these is NOT an effect of disease on animals  (a) loss of appetite  (b) rapid growth  (c) reduced production (d) roughness of meat  (e) weakness of the body
  8. Which of the following is commonly used a as source of plant protein in livestock ration           (a) groundnut cake  (b) maize  (c) molasses  (d) rice bran  (e) wheat bran
  9. Feeds with high amount of fibre are classified as  (a) additives  (b) concentrates                    (c) roughages  (d) soilages  (e) supplements
  10. Crops grown primarily for feeding animals are known as ___(a) cereals  (b) forages (c)legumes  (d) shrubs  (e) vegetables.
  11. Tes-tse fly is an enemy in animal husbandry because it transmits (a) contagious abortion   (b) malaria fever  (c) Newcastle disease  (d) sleeping sickness  (e) small pox
  12. Oyster shell is an important ingredient in livestock feed component because of supplies                   (a) calcium  (b) carbohydrate  (c) fat  (d) oil  (e) protein
  13. Which of the following disease – causing organisms is a species of parasitic worms?               (a) bacterium  (b) fungus  (c) fern  nematode  (e) virus
  14. Which of the following animals is not affected by bloat?  (a) cattle  (b) fowl  (c) goat             (d) rabbit  (e) sheep
  15. The following are management systems of preventing diseases in a farm animal except  (a)castration  (b) Nutrition  (c) quarantine  (d) sanitation  (e) vaccination

PART B:  FILL THE GAPS

  1. The first milk secreted by a cow immediately after calving is called _________________
  2. Cereal belong to ______________class of livestock feed
  3. _____________is a good source of calcium for animal feed production
  4. An example of a major nutrient is ________________________
  5. _________________is a factor to consider before deciding on animal feeds.

PART C:  ATTEMPT QUESTION 1 AND ANY OTHER 3

1a.       Draw and label an animal cell – 5 mks

b.         Give the functions of 5 parts of an animal cell – 5 mks

2a.       Define animal feed – 2 mks

b.         Define the term animal nutrition – 2 mks

c.         State the 3 groups of animal feeds – 3 mks

d.         List 6 classification of livestock feeds – 3 mks

3a.       List the 4 chemical elements that makes up feed nutrients – 4 mks

b.         Briefly discuss 4 factors to be considered before deciding on animal feeds – 4 mks

c.         List 5 feeding tools – 2 mks

4a.       Define the term disease – 3 mks

b.         List 5 groups of organisms causing diseases in farm animals

c.         Draw a well labeled diagram of a bacteria – 4 mks

5a.       What is nutritional bloat – 3 mks

b.         Draw a well labeled diagram of a tape worm – 4 mks

c.         List 5  ways to control disease – causing organisms on a farm – 3 mks

            EDUDELIGHT GROUP OF SCHOOLS

       1 BENSON AVENUE, LEKKI PHASE 1, LAGOS STATE.

SECOND TERM EXAMINATION 2019/2020 SESSION

SUBJECT:    ENGLISH LANGUAGE                                                     CLASS:  J.S.S 2

General Instruction:  This paper contain section A, B and C.  read the instructions carefully before you answer the questions.

SECTION A:  OBJECTIVES

Instruction:  Answer all the questions in this section.

            Mount Vesuvius, a volcano located between the ancient Italian cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum, has received much attention because of it’s frequent and destructive eruptions.  The most famous of these eruptions occurred in A.D. 79.

            The volcano had been inactive for centuries.  There was little warning of the coming eruption, although one account unearthed by archaeologist says that a hard rain and strong wind had disturbed the celestial calm during the preceding night.  Early the next morning, the volcano poured a huge river of molten rock down upon Herculaneum, completely burying the city and filling the harbor with coagulated lava.

Meanwhile, on the other side of the mountain, cinders, stones and ash rained down on Pompeii.  Sparks from the burning ash ignited the combustible roof tops quickly.  Large portions of the city were destroyed in the conflagration fire. However, it was not the only cause of destruction, poisonous sulfuric gases saturated the air.  These heavy gases were not buoyant in the atmosphere and therefore sank towards the earth and suffocated people.

            Over the years, excavations of Pompeii and Herculaneum have revealed a great deal about the behaviour of the volcano.  By analyzing data, much as zoologist dissect of an animal specimen, scientists have concluded that the eruption changed large portions of the area’s geography. For instance, it turned the Sarno River from it’s course and raised the level of the beach along the Bay of Naples.  Meteorologist studying these events have also concluded that Vesuvius caused a huge fidal wave that affected the world’s climate.

            In addition to making these investigations, archeologist have been able to study the skeletons of victims by using distilled water to wash away the volcanic ash.  By strengthening the brittle bone with acrylic paint, scientists have been able to examine the skeleton and draw conclusions about the diet and habits of the residents.  Finally, the excavation of both Pompeii and Herculaneum have yielded many examples of classical art such as jewelry made of bronze, which is an alloy of cooper and tin.  The eruption of Mount Vesuvius and its tragic consequences have provided everyone with a wealth of data about the effects that volcanoes can have on the surrounding area.  Today, volcanologist can locate and predict eruptions saving lives and cultures.

Questions

1.         Scientist have used _______________water to wash away volcanic ash from the skeleton of victims   (a) bottle water  (b) volcanic water  (c) purified water  (d) sea water

2.         The most famous volcano eruptions occurred in ___________year  (a) A.D 79  (b) A.D. 85  (c) A.D 78  (d) 2018

3.         According to scientific investigations mount Vesuvius volcano eruption did __________to the area’s geography  (a) painted the area’s geography  (b) changed the area’s geography  (c) finalized the area’s geography  (d) demolished the area’s geography.

4.         What were the factors or elements that caused the city of Pompeii to be destroyed during the Mouth Vesuvius volcanic eruptions.  (a) fire and poisonous sulfuric gas  (b) storm and rainfall  (c) sun and dryness  (d) thunder and lightning

5.         How was scientist able to draw conclusions about the people of Pompeii in terms of the diet and habits  (a) by studying the skeleton structure excavated  (b) by studying the volcanic eruption  (c) by digging the ground  (d) by studying chemicals.

Pick from the options the group of words that is nearest to the underlined word in the sentences below.

6.         We need to increase the number of participants. (a) depreciate  (b) demolished  (c) raise                 (d) subtract

7.         That is a very interesting story  (a) fascinating  (b) boring  (c) exposed  (d) designate

8.         The man was mute despite his wife’s attitude  (a) clamorous  (b) quiet  (c) tedious  (d) apt

From the following options below, pick the word that is opposite to the underlined words in the following sentences.

9.         His awful  attitude made my sister cry.  (a) pleasant  (b) stupid  (c) irrelevant  (d) perfect

10.       The culprit denied the accusation against him  (a) human  (b) guilty  (c) innocent                            (d) fearless.

11.       The clever man won the case   (a) stupid  (b) wise  (c) perfect  (d) smart

12.       The boy’s guardian was asked to step forward. (a) father  (b) angel  (c) protector  (d) enemy

13.       The villain  in her story never live long  (a) hero  (b) saints  (c) antagonist  (d) main character

14.       She was anxious despite all effort to calm her down  (a) sad  (b) worried  (c) conscious                   (d) calm

15.       He is extravagant in his spending  (a) consistent  (b) conscious  (c) free  (d) frugal

Section B:

Fill in the gaps in the following sentences with the words that best compeltes the following sentences.

16.       A vowel sound is either ______________or ___________________

17.       A consonant sound is either _____________________or _________________

18.       Monothongs are sounds with ____________note (symbol)

19.       The / z / sound is a ________consonant sound

20.       Diphthongs are sounds with _________________note.

Section C:

Answer any four questions.  Number one is compulsory.

1a.       Write out the rhyme scheme for the following poem.

            Summer pleasures

            Sunshine beaming golden heat

            For lots of fun outdoors

            Vocations, for a sweet retreat

            To maintains plains and shores.

b.         Transcribe the following words

i.          Buy

ii.         Book

iii.        Bend

2.         Write out the intonation for the following sentences.

i.          Wake up!

ii.         I meet the king, his wife and his subjects.

iii.        Is that you?

iv.        Will you be my friend?

v.         It pays to be good.

Underline the stress in the following words

i.          Wisdom

ii.         Extension

iii.        Demand

iv.        Joyful

v.         Promotion.

3.         Write out the part of speech for each word in the following sentences.

i.          He is handsome

ii.         He is running very fast

iii.        I am tall

iv.        I meet her yesterday

v.         Wait here

3a.       Define any two adverbs you know and use (2) examples of further illustrate.

4a.       Define the term regular and irregular verbs.

b.         Use four examples to differentiate between regular and irregular verbs

5a.       Define the terms Euphemism and hyperbole.

b.         Use four examples to differentiate between Euphemism and hyperbole

c.         Pick a character in the text

6.         You are the president of your school club.  Write a letter to the manager of a fun club close to your school requesting to use his venue for your club presentation.

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