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SULIT 1119/1

SKEMA JAWAPAN
SOALAN PRAKTIS BESTARI
PROJEK JAWAB UNTUK JAYA (JUJ) 2014
BAHASA INGGERIS
Kertas 1
1119/1
SET B
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SULIT 1119/1
SECTION A: DIRECTED WRITING !" MARKS#
a. $ORMAT:% ! MARKS
i. Good morning 1 mark
ii. Title / Purpose 1 mark
iii. Thank you 1 mark
b. CONTENT:% 12 MARKS
C1 organiser 1 mark
C2 duration 1 mark
C3 accommodation 1 mark
C4 isit places o! interest 1 mark
C" study in a local school 1 mark
C# $oin community serice 1 mark
C% participate in cultural sho& 1 mark
C' gain kno&ledge 1 mark
C9 get ne& !riends 1 mark
C1( )e independent 1 mark
C11 learn a ne& language 1 mark
C12 learn to appreciate others* customs 1 mark
c. LANGUAGE:% 20 MARKS
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1. -ead the script and indicate all the errors o! language )y underlining &ord5 phrase
or punctuation &here the mistake appears6
2. Place a tick 789 !or good appropriate oca)ulary5 structure and tone6
3. ,&ard marks )y re!erring to the criteria !or marking language6
CRITERIA $OR MARKING SCHEME $OR DIRECTED WRITING LANGUAGE
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MARK
RANGE
DESCRIPTION O$ CRITERIA
A
19 % 20
The language is accurate apart !rom occasional dra!t slips6
:entence structure is aried and sho&s that the candidate is a)le to use
sentence length and type to achiee an intended e!!ect6
;oca)ulary sho&s some sophistication and is used &ith precision6
Punctuation is correct6
:pelling is correct across the &hole range o! oca)ulary used6
Paragraphs hae unity6
The tone is &''()'(*&+,6
B
1- % 1.
The language is almost accurate )ut there may )e more minor o! !irst
dra!t slips6
0rrors may also arise !rom more am)itious structures &hich are
imper!ectly understood6
:entences sho& some ariations in length and type5 including the
con!ident use o! comple< sentences6
;oca)ulary is &ide enough to sho& intended meaning6
:pelling is nearly al&ays accurate6
The tone is in!ormal and appropriate to the intended person6 The reader
is satis!ied that a genuine attempt has )een made6
C
1! % 1"
The language is largely accurate to communicate meaning clearly to
the reader6
:imple structures are used &ithout errors= mistakes may occur &hen
more sophisticated structures are attempted6
;oca)ulary is ade>uate to coney intended meaning although it may
not )e su!!iciently deeloped to achiee precision6
:entences sho& some ariety o! length and structures although there is
a tendency to repeat some sentence types5 giing it a /)0)+)0)12
e!!ect6
Punctuation is generally accurate although errors may occur in more
comple< uses6
+ust )e &ritten in paragraphs &hich sho& some unity5 although links
may )e a)sent or inappropriate6
:lang or !ormal language is used !rom time to time6
D
10 % 12
The language is su!!iciently accurate6
There &ill )e patches o! clarity particularly &hen simple structures are
used6
+istakes &ill occur &hen more comple< sentences are used6
There may )e some ariety o! sentence length and type )ut this may
not )e success!ul in enhancing meaning or arousing interest6
;oca)ulary is ade>uate )ut lacks precision6
:imple &ords spelt correctly5 )ut errors may occur &hen un!amiliar
&ords are used6
Punctuation is generally correct )ut does not enhance or clari!y
meaning6
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:entence separation errors may occur6
+ust )e &ritten in paragraphs &hich may sho& some unity in topic6
?apse in slang or !ormal language may occur consistently6
E
3 % 9
+eaning is neer in dou)t5 )ut single errors are su!!iciently !re>uent
and serious to hamper precision and speed o! reading6
:ome simple structures &ill )e accurate )ut accuracy is not sustained
!or long6
;oca)ulary is limited and either too simple to coney precise meaning
or are imper!ectly understood6
:imple &ords &ill usually )e spelt accurately )ut mistakes &ill occur
&hen more di!!icult &ords are used6
+ust hae paragraphs )ut these lack unity and links are incorrectly
used or the speech may not )e paragraphed at all6 There may )e errors
o! sentences separation and punctuation6
The tone may )e appropriate6
U (*)
4 % -
+eaning is !airly clear6
The reader !eels that the correction o! @single &ord* errors may produce
a piece o! !airly accurate 0nglish5 )ut the incidence o! error is high and
&ill de!initely impede the reading6
;ery !e& simple structures are used accurately6
;oca)ulary may not e<tend )eyond a simple range o! &ords that are
inade>uate to e<press intended shades o! meaning6
Paragraphs &ill sometimes )e used correctly )ut sentence separation
errors may occur6
Paragraphs may not )e used5 or i! used5 sho& a lack o! planning6
There may )e !re>uent spelling errors6
The style may not )e appropriate6
U (**)
2 % !
:ense &ill usually )e deciphera)le5 )ut some o! the errors &ill )e
multiple5 re>uiring the reader to reAread and reAorganise )e!ore
meaning )ecomes clear
Bhole sections may make little or no sense6
Cnlikely to )e more than one or t&o accurate sentences6
U (***)
0 % 1
:cripts in this category are entirely impossi)le to reorganise as pieces
o! 0nglish6
Bhole sections may make no sense at all or are copied !rom the task6
,&ard @1* mark i! some sense can )e o)tained6
The mark @(* should only )e a&arded i! the composition makes no
sense at all5 !rom the )eginning to the end6
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SECTION B: CONTINUOUS WRITING "0 MARKS#
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1. 0ach composition should )e read slo&ly and care!ully6
2. Cnderline all errors and place ticks 789 to indicate good use o! language or su)$ect
matter6
3. ,ssign the script to one o! the leels o! per!ormance descri)ed6 .! the script meets
all or nearly all the criteria gien in the description6 .t should )e placed at the top
o! the mark range !or that leel6 2n the other hand5 a script that !its the description
)ut is less complete in its coerage o! the criteria should )e placed at the )ottom
end o! the mark range !or that particular leel6
CRITERIA $OR MARKING SCHEME $OR DIRECTED WRITING LANGUAGE
MARK
RANGE
DESCRIPTION O$ CRITERIA
A
44 % "0
The 4&051&5, is entirely accurate apart !rom ery occasional dra!t
slips6
S,0+,06, 2+(16+1(, is aried and sho&s that the candidate is a)le to
use arious types o! sentences to achiee a particular e!!ect6
7)6&814&(9is &ide and is used &ith precision6
P106+1&+*)0 is accurate and help!ul to the reader6
S',44*05 is accurate across the !ull range o! oca)ulary used6
P&(&5(&':2 are &ellAplanned5 hae unity and are linked6
The +)'*6 is addressed &ith consistent releance6
The *0+,(,2+ o! the reader is aroused and sustained throughout the
&riting6
B
!. % 4!
The 4&051&5, is accurate= occasional errors are either minor o! !irst
dra!t slips6
7)6&814&(9 is &ide enough to coney intended shades o! meaning
&ith some precision6
S,0+,06,2 sho& some ariations o! length and type5 including some
comple< sentences6
P106+1&+*)0 is almost al&ays accurate and generally help!ul6
S',44*05 is nearly al&ays accurate6
P&(&5(&':2 sho& some eidence o! planning5 hae unity and are
usually appropriately linked6
The piece o! &riting is releant to the +)'*6 and the *0+,(,2+ o! the
reader is aroused and sustained through most o! the composition6
The language is 4&(5,49 &661(&+,6
:imple structures are used &ithout errors= mistakes may occur &hen
more sophisticated structures are attempted6
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C
!2 % !3
;oca)ulary is &ide enough to coney intended meaning )ut may lack
precision6
:entences may sho& some ariety o! length and structures )ut there is
a tendency to use one type o! structure5 giing it a monotonous e!!ect6
Punctuation o! simple structures is &661(&+, on the &hole )ut errors
may occur in more comple< uses6
:imple &ords may )e spelt correctly )ut errors may occur &hen more
sophisticated &ords are used6
The composition is &ritten in paragraphs &hich may sho& some unity5
although links may )e a)sent or inappropriate6 The &riting is releant
)ut may lack originality and planning6 :ome interest is aroused )ut not
sustained6
D
2- % !1
The language is 21;;*6*,0+49 &661(&+, to communicate meaning clearly
to the reader6
There &ill )e '&+6:,2 ); 64,&(5 accurate language5 particularly &hen
simple oca)ulary and structures are used6
There is some ariety o! sentence type and length )ut the purpose is not
clearly seen6
Punctuation is generally correct )ut does not clari!y meaning6
;oca)ulary is usually ade>uate to sho& intended meaning )ut this is
not deeloped to sho& precision6
:imple &ords &ill )e spelt correctly5 )ut more spelling errors &ill
occur6
Paragraphs are used )ut sho& lack o! planning or unity6
The topic is addressed &ith some releance )ut the reader may !ind
composition at this leel lacking in lieliness and interest alue6
E
20 % 2"
+eaning is neer in dou)t5 )ut errors are su!!iciently !re>uent and
serious to hamper precision and speed o! reading6
:ome simple structures may )e accurate5 )ut a script at this leel is
unlikely to sustain accuracy !or long6
;oca)ulary is limited A either too simple to coney precise meaning or
more am)itious )ut imper!ectly understood6
:imple &ords may )e spelt correctly )ut !re>uent mistakes in spelling
and punctuation make reading the script di!!icult6
Paragraphs lack unity or are haphaDardly arranged6
The su)$ect matter &ill sho& some releance to the topic )ut only a
partial treatment is gien6
The high incidence o! linguistic errors is likely to distract the reader
!rom any merits o! content that the composition may hae6
U (*)
M,&0*05 *2 ;&*(49 64,&( )ut the high incidence o! errors throughout the
&riting &ill de!initely impede the reading6
There &ill )e many serious errors o! arious kinds throughout the
script &ithout re&riting the &hole sentence6
, script at this leel &ill hae ery !e& accurate sentences6
,lthough communication is esta)lished5 the !re>uent errors may cause
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14 % 19 )lurring6
S,0+,06,2 &ill )e simple and ery o!ten repetitie6
P106+1&+*)0 &ill sometimes )e used correctly )ut sentence separation
errors may occur6
P&(&5(&':2 lack unity or there may not )e any paragraphs at all6
U (**)
. % 1!
The reader is a)le to get some 2,02, out o! the script )ut errors are
multiple in nature5 re>uiring the reader to read and reAread )e!ore )eing
a)le to understand6
,t this leel5 there may )e only a !e& accurate )ut simple 2,0+,06,26
The 6)0+,0+ may )e comprehensi)le5 )ut the incidence o! linguistic
error is so high as to make meaning )lur6
This type o! script may also )e !ar short o! the re>uired num)er o!
&ords6
U (***)
0 % 3
:cripts in this category are entirely impossi)le to read6
Bhole sections may make no sense at all6
Bhere occasional patches o! clarity occur5 marks should )e a&arded6
The mark @(* should only )e gien i! the script makes no sense at all5
!rom the )eginning to the end6
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