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WAEC GCE 2022 SECOND SERIES HEALTH EDUACTION ANSWERS

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WAEC GCE 2022 SECOND SERIES HEALTH EDUACTION ANSWERS

(3ai) Causative organism: Vibrio cholerae bacteria

 

(3aii) Mode of transmission:

– by drinking water or eating food contaminated with cholera bacteria

– the feces of an infected person that contaminates water or food.

– inadequate treatment of sewage and drinking water.

 

(3aiii) Symptoms:

– Rapid heart rate

– Loss of skin elasticity

– Low blood pressure

– Muscle cramps

 

(3aiv) Preventive/control measures:

– Avoid raw shellfish and most other raw foods

– Wash your hands often

– Use bottled or boiled water to brush your teeth or prepare food

 

(3bi)

– Leishmaniasis

– Toxoplasmosis

 

(3bii)

Immunization is the process whereby a person is made immune or resistant to an infectious disease, typically by the administration of a vaccine.

 

(3biii)

– Measles

– Poliomyelitis.

 

*HEALTH EDUCATION*

 

*NUMBER FIVE*

 

(5ai)

Drug addiction can be defined as a progressive disease that may affect a person’s or ones brain and behavior and leads to an inability to control the use of a legal or illegal drug or medication.

 

(5aii)

(i) Stimulants.

(ii) Narcotics.

(iii) Tranquilizers.

(iv) Psychedelic or hallucinogens.

 

(5b)

(i) As an Act of Rebellion:

Some drink alcohol to be a rebel. They want to defy the rules and show that they are different from all the others.

(ii) Peer Pressure:

Peer pressure is one of the most prominent reasons for drinking among people of all categories. Being afraid that you might be isolated or discarded from a group of people and doing an activity.

(iii) For Fun:

People generally tend to drink alcohol in order to have fun. Being drunk makes them feel happy and “spirited,” and drinking alcohol with friends can be a fun experience.

 

(5ci)

A refugee are people who leave their home area for their own safety or survival

 

(5cii)

(i) Food

(ii) Shelter

 

(5d)

(i) NEMA: National Electrical Manufacturers Association

(ii) UNFPA: United Nations sexual and reproductive health agency.

2022 WAEC GCE 2ND SERIES HEALTH EDUCATION ANSWERS

 

(1ii)

(a) Primary key: is a specific choice of a minimal set of attributes that uniquely specify a tuple in a relation.

 

(b) Table: is a collection of related data held in a table format within a database.

 

(iii)

– MySQL

– PostgreSQL

– Microsoft Access

– SQL Server

– FileMaker

– Oracle

(Choose any 4)

 

(iv) A database is comprised of tables – which contain fields – that store discrete information.

 

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(2B)

(i???

 

(ii)

– Google Sheets

– iWork Numbers

– Microsoft Excel

– VisiCalc

 

(iii)

(a) A Worksheet is basically a single-page spreadsheet containing information. A workbook is a file that contains multiple spreadsheets.

(b) Sorting means arranging the data in ascending or descending order while Filtering is a quick and easy way to find and work with selected data based on the criteria you specify.

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WAEC GCE 2022 SECOND SERIES HEALTH EDUCATIONS ANSWERS

 

3bii)

*(a)* Eyedropper Tool – displays a menu with a variety of icons for specifying an object fill. Selecting the eyedropper tool, allows shadow to show

behind the object/text.

 

*b)* Fill Tool is used to design or apply artistic effect to the inner part of an object or text.

 

*C)* Shape Tool is used to reshape or trim an object or text.

 

*D)* Outline Tool is used to apply outline effect or colour to an object or text. When clicked, it opens a flyout from which you can choose preset outline thickness and colours.

 

WAEC GCE 2022 HEALTH EDUCATION PRACTICAL

 

(1B)

 

(i) Loading

 

(ii)

(a) Primary key: is a specific choice of a minimal set of attributes that uniquely specify a tuple in a relation.

 

(b) Table: is a collection of related data held in a table format within a database.

 

(iii)

– MySQL

– PostgreSQL

– Microsoft Access

– SQL Server

– FileMaker

– Oracle

(Choose any 4)

 

(iv) A database is comprised of tables – which contain fields – that store discrete information.

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(2B)

(i) Loading

 

(ii)

– Google Sheets

– iWork Numbers

– Microsoft Excel

– VisiCalc

 

(iii)

(a) A Worksheet is basically a single-page spreadsheet containing information. A workbook is a file that contains multiple spreadsheets.

(b) Sorting means arranging the data in ascending or descending order while Filtering is a quick and easy way to find and work with selected data based on the criteria you specify.

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3bii)

(a) Eyedropper Tool – displays a menu with a variety of icons for specifying an object fill. Selecting the eyedropper tool, allows shadow to show

behind the object/text.

 

(3biii)

 

 

  1. Click the Tools > Save Settings As Default.
  2. Click the Tools > Options > Workspace > Export.
  3. Select All Check Boxes and click Save.
  4. Give it a filename and Save.

 

  1. b) Fill Tool is used to design or apply artistic effect to the inner part of an object or text.

 

  1. C) Shape Tool is used to reshape or trim an object or text.

 

  1. D) Outline Tool is used to apply outline effect or colour to an object or text. When clicked, it opens a flyout from which you can choose preset outline thickness.

*QUESTION 8*

 

 

*(1) Nigeria has contributed towards the annual budget of the ECOWAS which has been used to execute the numerous social and economic programmes of the Community.*

 

*(2) Nigeria has helped to facilitate commerce and trade through the construction of roads linking up member states.*

 

*(3)She has contributed to the construction of a permanent  Secretariat (Headquarters) in Abuja.*

 

*(4) Nigeria has regularly attended ECOWAS summits and Heads of Government meetings.*

 

*(5)Our country has participated in sports and cultural activities.*

(2)

Most Nupe are farmers, and the staple crops are millet, guinea-corn, yams, rice, and groundnuts. Cassava, maize, and sweet potatoes (grown inland) are of secondary importance. The large proportion of seasonally flooded (fadama) land has allowed a greater emphasis on growing rice, sugarcane, and onions. This has encouraged the establishment of commercial growing and refining of sugar at Bacita. The Nupe practice hoe agriculture, using a large, heavy hoe called a zuku and a small hoe called dugba. The Nupe system of agriculture is based on shifting cultivation combined with rotation of crops. The low population densities and less intense form of agriculture allowed more of the original savanna to survive, and woodland products are significant, particularly from the shea-butter tree and the locust-bean tree. There are many fishermen in the villages on the banks of the Niger and Kaduna rivers and their tributaries. Cattle raising is engaged in by the Bororo Fulani, who move their herds from one pasture to another as necessity dictates.

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Section A

No3

 

*Social and political organization of pre-colonial Izon (Ijaw) society*

 

Generally, the Ijo are regarded as a non centralized group. Ikime (1980) has characterized the Ijo political system

as that of a fragmented society in which the village group made up of people who claim descent from a given

ancestor through the male line constitutes the bases of governance Essentially, the village is divided into quarters

which are lineage groups usually founded by the various sons of the founder of the village. Each quarter is in

turn made up of extended families each of which normally lives within a definite compound. In such a

compound would be a man and his wives as well as grown-up sons and their wives and children. The compound

represents the smallest unit of political and social organization amongst the Ijo.

Writing of the political structure among the western Ijo-our area of study, Alagoa as quoted by Okpevra (2005)

informs that: “… the oldest man is automatically the head of the village community. He becomes the Ama-

Okosowei, town-elder and Chairman of the village council, Amagula. The executive duties of the village

council, Amagula, were, however, performed by a younger leader, the Ogulasuowei or spokesman. And in

religious matters too, each village had its priest, Orukarowei, and the ethnic unit, Ibe, comprising a number of

villages, had a chief priest, Pere. The Pere presided over the annual gathering of the Ibe members at the shine of

the group god. … The Ama-Okosowei’s village administration was the unit of political organization in the

western Delta, the ties of the Ibe consisting of a common dialect, usually a common group god, and the belief in

common ancestor.

On the whole, the basic Ijo political system in pre-colonial times was a stateless organization based on the

autonomous settlement, devoid of a centralizing force.

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