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Friday, January 5, 2024

History and Government Notes - Form Four - KENYA - Download All Topics

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1.   Make History Your Domain

At times, when things are not in your domain or not in your interest, so, then you do not like studying that topic. So, before heading to learn history or to study history it is important that you like it. To, add it in your domain there are just a few tips and tricks to follow then it is done. Above all, you must know your goal.


2. Take notes in chronological order.

This is a fairly simple concept.  The best way to remember the facts of an event is to remember them in order.  You will confuse yourself if you take notes about the Revolutionary War and write them down backwards.

If you are using the note card system, number your cards in one corner and keep the cards in that order.  That way you can review the events in the right order, which will make them easier to remember.


3.Take More Quizzes

The practice is the key. The more you take quizzes or tests the more you will be able to study history in a better way. Everything needs time and perfection and when you are working upon both you steal the show. Quizzes will not only help you to study history but also, it will help you to know about the paper pattern or how difficult the questions could be.


4. Develop Ideas. Make Connections.

It may seem obvious, but we’re going to point it out anyway–history is based on a chronology of events. The order in which events occur is central to the study of history. Consequently, it’s very important that your notes are in chronological order. When organizing your notes, divide them by (1) topic, (2) then years, (3) decades and (4) centuries.

History is full of facts, events and details. In fact, there is so much information to learn and memorise it may seem impossible at times. One of the keys to studying and learning history is to establish connections between facts. The best way to do this is to start by developing an understanding of the big picture and then working your way down to the detail.


5. Watch Movies

That’s right! Watching movies can be an effective method to learn and study history. There is an array of films and documentaries out there that accurately depict historical events. While educational, most historical films and documentaries are also very entertaining.