HISTORY FORM THREE NOTES - FORM THREE HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT TEACHERS NOTES COURSE OUTLINE 1 EUROPEAN INVASION OF AFRICA AND THE PROCESS OF COLONIZATION

HISTORY FORM THREE NOTES - FORM THREE HISTORY AND...

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FORM THREE HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT TEACHER’S NOTES.
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COURSE OUTLINE 1. EUROPEAN INVASION OF AFRICA AND THE PROCESS OF COLONIZATION The Scramble for and partition of Africa Definition of the terms scramble and Partition Methods used by Europeans to acquire colonies in Africa Factors that led to the scramble for colonies in Africa The process of partition Impact of partition African reactions to European colonization Resistance The Maji-Maji uprising The Mandinka The Ndebele Collaboration The Baganda The Lozi 2. ESTABLISHMENT OF COLONIAL RULE IN KENYA (a) Background to the Scramble for and Partition of east Africa (b) British occupation of Kenya © The response of the peoples of Kenya to British invasion and occupation i) Resistance The Nandi Agiriama The Bukusu The Somali ii) Collaboration The Maasai The Wanga iii) Mixt reaction Akamba Agikuyu The Luo 3. COLONIAL ADMINISTRATION Indirect rule The British in Kenya The British in Nigeria Direct rule The British in Zimbabwe Assimilation (the French in Senegal) 4. SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS IN COLONIAL KENYA The Kenya-Uganda railway
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Settler farming in colonial Kenya Colonial land-policies The Devonshire White paper Urbanization Education and health 5. POLITICAL DEVELOPMENTS AND THE STRUGGLE FOR INDEPENDENCE IN KENYA (1919-1963) Early political organizations in Kenya up to 1939 The East African Association The Kikuyu Central Association The Kavirondo Tax-Payers & Welfare Association Ukamba members Association Coast African Association Taita hills Association Emergence of independent churches and schools Political organizations and movements after 1945 The Kenya African Study Union The Kenya African union The Mau Mau The Kenya African national Union The Kenya African Democratic Union The African People‟s union The Trade-union movement African Workers Federation The Kenya Federation of Labour (e) The role of women in the struggle for Kenya‟s independence (f) Constitutional changes leading to Kenya‟s independence African representation in the Legico The Lyttelton constitution The Lennox Boyd Constitution The Lancaster House conferences. 6. THE RISE OF AFRICAN NATIONALISM The rise and growth of African nationalism in: Ghana Mozambique South Africa 7. LIVES & CONTRIBUTIONS OF KENYAN LEADERS Jomo Kenyatta Daniel Arap Moi Oginga Odinga Tom Mboya Ronald Ngala
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8. THE FORMATION, STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONS OF THE GOVERNMENT OF KENYA (a) The Electoral process (b) Functions of the Electoral Commission of Kenya © Formation of government (d) Structure & functions of the government of Kenya The Legislature Composition Functions The process of law-making Parliamentary supremacy The Executive Powers and functions of the President Composition and functions of the cabinet Composition and functions of the Civil Service Provincial administration Functions of the Armed Forces, police and prisons department
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