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    SULIT 1119/1

    BAHASA INGGERIS

    Kertas 1

    1 jam

    PERSIDANGAN KEBANGSAAN PENGETUA

    SEKOLAH MENENGAH MALAYSIA (CAWANGAN MELAKA)

    PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAAN SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA

    TAHUN 2009

    BAHASA INGGERIS 1

    Satu jam empat puluh lima minit

    JANGAN BUKA KERTAS SOALAN INI SEHINGGA DIBERITAHU

    Arahan

    1.

    2.

    3.

    Kertas soalan ini mengandungi dua bahagian: Bahagian Adan Bahagian B.

    Jawab kedua-dua bahagian.

    Anda dinasihati supaya mengambil masa 45 minit untuk menjawab soalan Bahagian A

    dan satu jam untukBahagian B.

    Instructions

    1.

    2.

    3.

    This question paper consists oftwo sections: Section AandSection B.

    Answerboth sections.

    You are advised to spend about45 minutes on Section A and one hour on Section B.

    _________________________________________________________________________________________

    Kertas soalan ini mengandungi 3 halaman bercetak dan 1 halaman tidak bercetak

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    Section A : Directed Writing

    [35 marks]

    [Time suggested: 45 minutes]

    Your class teacher is retiring after having served in your school for 20 years. As the monitor

    of the class, you have been asked to give a speech at a special gathering to honour her.

    Write your speech based on the information below:

    class teachers personal details name: Puan Azizah binti Ali date of birth: 30 September 1952

    educational background degree in Teaching English as a Second Language, University of Malaya

    teaching experience started teaching in 1976 first school: SMK Bestari, Melaka

    post held in your school head of English Panel

    contribution to your school trained school drama team coached school hockey team

    character helpful hard-working

    When writing the speech, you should remember:

    to use an appropriate greeting to state the purpose of the special gathering to use all the information given to provide a closing to add two other information about the teacher that the speech is for teachers and students

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    Section B : Continuous Writing

    [50 marks]

    [Time suggested: 1 hour]

    Write a composition ofabout 350 words on oneof the following topics.

    1 Describe an interesting day in school.2 Write a story beginning with:

    I approached the young man with a smile. Arent you Zainal?...

    3 Teenagers today are given too much freedom.What is your opinion?

    4 How has technology helped people in the world today?5 Sports

    KERTAS SOALAN TAMAT

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    NO. KAD PENGENALANI.C. NUMBER

    ANGKA GILIRAN/INDEX NUMBER

    BAHASA INGGERIS

    Kertas 2

    2 jam

    PERSIDANGAN KEBANGSAAN PENGETUA

    SEKOLAH MENENGAH MALAYSIA (CAWANGAN MELAKA)

    PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAAN SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA

    TAHUN 2009

    BAHASA INGGERIS 2

    Dua jam lima belas minit

    JANGAN BUKA KERTAS SOALAN INI SEHINGGA DIBERITAHU

    Arahan

    1.

    2.

    3.4.

    5.

    Tulis nombor kad pengenalan dan angka giliran anda pada ruang yang disediakan.

    Kertas soalan ini mengandungi empat bahagian: Bahagian A, Bahagian B,Bahagian C dan Bahagian D.

    Jawab semua bahagian dalam kertas soalan ini.

    Soalan-soalan dalam Bahagian A mempunyai empat pilihan jawapan. Jawab setiap

    soalan dengan menghitamkan ruang yang betul di halaman 19.

    Anda dinasihati supaya mengambil masa 25 minit untuk menjawab soalan BahagianA, 25 minit untuk Bahagian B, 50 minit untuk Bahagian C dan 35 minit untuk

    Bahagian D.

    Instructions

    1.2.

    3.4.

    5.

    Write yourI.C. number andindex number in the space provided.This question paper consists of foursections: Section A, Section B, Section C and

    Section D.Answerall sections in this question paper.

    Questions in Section A have four options. Answer each question by blackening the

    correct space on page 19.

    You are advised to spend about 25minutes on Section A, 25minutes on Section B, 50minutes on Section C and 35 minutes on Section D.

    __________________________________________________________________________________________

    Kertas soalan ini mengandungi 19 halaman bercetak dan 1 halaman tidak bercetak

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    Section A

    [15 marks]

    MALAYSIAN CULTURAL MONTH

    DATE EVENT TIME LOCATION

    15th April Traditional Malay cookingdemonstration

    Lantern making workshop

    2.00 p.m.

    3.00 p.m.

    Modern Plaza

    19th April Traditional Indian cookingdemonstration

    Batik drawing demonstration

    3.30 p.m.

    4.30 p.m.

    Modern Plaza

    23rd April Traditional Malay cookingdemonstration

    Lantern making workshop

    5.00 p.m.

    6.00 p.m.

    Modern Plaza

    1 If you miss the first event on 15th April, when can you see it next?

    A On 19th April at 3.30 p.m.

    B On 19th April at 4.30 p.m.

    C On 23rd April at 5.00 p.m.

    D On 23rd April at 6.00 p.m.

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    ATTENDANCE FOR BASKETBALL

    PRACTICE

    0

    20

    40

    60

    80

    100

    MON TUE WED THU FRI

    DAYS

    NUMBER

    OF

    STUDENTS

    (PERCENTAGE

    2 What can you tell about the number of students who attended the basketballpractice?

    A The lowest attendance was recorded on Monday.

    B The attendance remained the same on Thursday and Friday.

    C There was a sudden decline in the attendance on Wednesday.

    D There was a general increase in the attendance over the five days.

    Elekto

    Voucher

    Offer till 31 Oc tober 2009

    At Melaka Raya branc h

    only

    TERMS AND CONDITIONS

    This coupon is not redeemable for cash Each customer is entitled to claim one free

    gift only

    Limited stock, while stock lasts

    3 According to the terms and conditions of the voucher, we can

    A get a free gift

    B use it any time

    C exchange it for cash

    D redeem the coupon at any outlet

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    Being in touch with nature and its beauty can relieve stress in your everyday life. You donthave to travel to Europe to go skiing or to the Gold Coast for a time at the beach to relievestress, especially if time isnt on your side. After all, not many can afford to splurge on anexpensive holiday every time they get stressed. Make your home a stress-free haven. Start

    gardening today and reap the benefits.

    (Adapted from The Pearl, November 2008)

    4 The most convenient way to reduce stress is to

    A do gardening at home

    B go skiing or go to the beach

    C splurge on an expensive holiday

    D understand nature and its benefits

    GREAT HOLIDAYS JUST FOR YOU

    PACKAGE FROM DEPARTURE

    5 days Medan/Lake Toba RM888 Mondays & Fridays

    3 days Phuket Paradise RM898 Daily3 days Bali/Tanah Lot RM1000 Weekends

    5 days Hadyai/Koh Samui RM1008 Daily

    Great Tours & Travels Sdn. Bhd.

    Tel: 06-78988885 If you plan to start your holiday on a Wednesday with a RM1000 budget, which is

    the best holiday package for you?

    A 3 days Bali/Tanah Lot

    B 3 days Phuket Paradise

    C 5 days Medan/Lake Toba

    D 5 days Hadyai/Koh Samui

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    Lend me ahand,

    please.

    RUKUN TETANGGA

    6 The woman in the cartoon strip above wants the men to

    A guard the bank

    B patrol the bank area

    C follow her to the bank

    D protect her at the bank

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    A number of sunken ships have been discovered in the Straits of Malacca. A lot can be learntabout the history of Malaysia from these sunken vessels when they are eventually examined

    by experts. However, there is always the danger that before the experts are able to examinethe contents of these wrecks, groups of individuals will get to them first to see if they hold any

    treasure. These individuals salvage just a few items from the wrecks because they do nothave the necessary tools to remove large quantities from under the sea.

    7 Why do the non-experts take only a limited number of things from the sunken ships?

    A They are not interested to learn from all the treasures.

    B They wish to focus on the most valuable goods only.

    C They do not have the right type of equipment.

    D They want to examine the other items.

    8 The word discovered in the extract can be best replaced with

    A found

    B learnt

    C noticed

    D realised

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    Questions 9 15 are based on the following passage.

    Earthquakes are natural disasters that can happen any time. Here are a few things one can

    do when there is an earthquake.

    If you are indoors 9_ an earthquake, it is very important to stay calm. Drop down on

    the ground and take 10 under a heavy object like a bed or heavy table. Hold onto the legs

    of the table so that you will not come out of its shelter. Being under a heavy object will

    protect you from 11 things.

    If you are outdoors during an earthquake, stay far away from buildings. The buildings

    may crack and collapse at any time. 12 you see any glass windows or doors, stay away

    from them. Glass may break and cut you badly. Next, if you are in a crowded area, do not

    __13 _ for the nearest exit. Everyone will be doing just that, and 14 will lead to evenmore injuries. Be calm and take cover under something heavy. Be prepared for aftershocks

    after the initial earthquake _ 15_ ended. Aftershocks are follow-up earthquakes. They are

    smaller than the first one, but they are still very dangerous.

    9 A at 13 A run

    B for B ran

    C until C runs

    D during D running

    10 A guard 14 A grouping

    B cover B crowding

    C shield C gathering

    D defence D assembling

    11 A fall 15 A has

    B falls B had

    C fallen C have

    D falling D having

    12 A If

    B After

    C While

    D Unless

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    Section B

    [10 marks]

    Questions 16 25

    Read the following information and answer the questions that follow.

    Sea Turtles

    Sea turtles have been on Earth for more than 100 million years. Butnow they are on the brink of extinction.

    Sea turtles are found in all the worlds oceans except the ArcticOcean. Although tortoises and turtles belong to the same group of reptiles,there are some differences between them. Unlike tortoises, sea turtles haveflippers instead of legs. Besides, they are clawless and cannot withdrawtheir heads into their shells.

    The diet of the turtle varies according to the species. Green turtleshave jaws adapted for a vegetarian diet and they love sea grasses.Hawksbills have narrow heads and are able to get their favourite food,sponges, from the gaps in the coral reefs. Leatherbacks which have delicate

    jaws prefer jellyfish. Sea turtles take in only seawater all their lives.Sea turtles spend their entire lives at sea, except when the females

    come ashore to lay eggs. The adult females often migrate long distances toreturn to the same nesting beach each year. After laying the eggs, the turtlecovers the nest with sand before returning to the sea. After hatching, theyoung turtles take three to seven days to dig their way to the surface.

    Sea turtles face many threats and problems. Humans still hunt seaturtles for their meat, shell and eggs. Another major threat to sea turtles isthe destruction of their habitat which has resulted in the disturbance ofnesting areas. Improper fishing techniques have caused many sea turtles toget caught in fishing nets and drown. The polluted sea is another threat forsea turtles. Leatherbacks, for example, often mistake floating plastic bagsfor jellyfish and they get choked to death.

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    Questions 16 25

    Based on the information given, complete the diagram below.

    WHAT THEY LIKE TO EAT

    Species Food

    Green turtles 18

    19 Sponges

    Leatherback Jell fish

    WHAT THEY DRINK

    20 ________________________

    WHAT THEY DO WHEN IT IS

    TIME TO LAY EGGS

    return to same nesting beachlay eggs 21__________________________ return to sea

    HOW THEY AREDIFFERENT FROM

    TORTOISES

    Have flippers16 _______________________17 _______________________

    THREATS AND PROBLEMS FACED

    Threats Problems

    22 __________________________ Hunted for their meat, shells and eggs

    Destruction of habitat 23 _________________________________

    24 ___________________________ Turtles get caught in fishing nets

    25 ___________________________ Floating plastic bags mistaken for jellyfish

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    Section C

    [25 marks]

    Questions 26 31 are based on the following passage.

    1 Mind over body that best describes Daisuke Nakanishis ability to cycleover 143,000 km since the beginning of his world tour over a decade ago. Hehas been using the same trusty bicycle since starting out on his mission inAnchorage, Alaska, way back in 1998. He arrived in Malaysia by air from SriLanka this year in April, and duly cycled from the KL International Airport toKuala Lumpur where he spent the night.

    5

    2 From here, Nakanishi will be cycling to Johor Baru en route toSingapore, from where he will head to Indonesia. The 39-year-old single, whospeaks English, Spanish and a smattering of Portuguese, left Japan on July 23,

    1998, to take on the challenge of pedalling across the world. Since then, his two-wheeler has been his mobile home. He carries cooking equipment, a sleeping

    bag, tent and spare parts for his bicycle in seven bags. His cycling gear is madeup of only a T-shirt, Bermuda shorts and a hat.

    10

    3 On his first visit to Kuala Lumpur, Nakanishi said the city was well-developed compared to many others he has pedalled to. I also enjoy the localfood. It is very delicious, Nakanishi said during a brief interview at Menara Starwhere he had cycled to.

    15

    4 The Economics graduate from Osaka worked for six years in aconstruction company after graduating and saved US$50,000 (RM175,000)

    before embarking on a mission to realise his childhood dream of touring theworld on a bicycle and making one million friends.

    20

    5 It is simply fascinating to feel the wind on my face when I cycle. I feelso free when I am on my two wheels. I can go anywhere I want, said Nakanishi,who stayed in Petaling Street in his stop here. Moreover, I have visited manycountries and I have had the opportunity to learn about people and about theircultures.

    25

    6 During his travels, Nakanishi has had the good fortune to meet withworld leaders and interesting personalities, such as Nepali president Dr RamBarav Yadov, football icon Pele, former US president Jimmy Carter, formerPolish president Lech Walesa and the late Sir Edmund Hillary, the first person toconquer Mount Everest.

    30

    7 Made an honorary citizen of Peru, Bolivia, Venezuela and Moldova, theJapanese also endured bad experiences, such as contracting malaria in Kenya andchildren throwing stones at him in Ethiopia. Nakanishi puts up his tent wheneverhe wants to call it a day, and in some countries like Chile, the locals invited himto spend the night in their homes.

    35

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    8 In Europe, the hotel rates are very expensive so I travelled out of the cityand slept inside my tent, said the tanned Nakanishi, who confessed to eating allkinds of food in his travels. I find it exciting to try new kinds of food butsometimes, I get very sick due to food poisoning, he added. 40

    9 There are countries that Nakanishi wished to visit such as Saudi Arabiaand Libya but he was unable to do so because he faced difficulties in getting thevisa. In Brazil, his credit card was stolen by a group of drug addicts. He did notrealise that his credit card was being stolen as he was sound asleep at that time!Once while he was in Romania cycling past the beautiful countryside, he wasattacked by wild gypsies who were camping in the open. His old faithful bicycle

    breaks down once in a while he has endured 300 tyre punctures and replacedthe tyres 76 times as he pedalled through 123 countries in all.

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    10 In spite of the bad experiences, Nakanishi has never once thought ofgiving up. In fact, he is looking forward to moving on and seeing other countries.

    He said he would visit about seven more countries by the year-end beforewrapping up his tour.

    50

    11 I miss my family very much. My parents and elder brother are waitingfor me in Japan. I have not gone home for many years! Sometimes Ill send myfamily a postcard and keep in touch with them via internet and e-mail. However,all the problems that I face are insignificant as compared to the wealth ofexperience that I have gained in the course of my travels, he said.

    55

    (Adapted from The Star, April 2009)

    Questions 26 30

    Answer all questions. You are advised to answer them in the order set.

    26 From paragraph 1, how did Nakanishi get to Malaysia from Sri Lanka?

    ... [1 mark]

    27 From paragraph 2,

    (a) what does the word two-wheeler refer to?

    ... [1 mark](b) identify two items that Nakanishi takes with him in his bags.

    (i) ... [1 mark]

    (ii) [1 mark]

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    28 From paragraph 3,

    (a) what does Nakanishi think of Kuala Lumpur?

    ... [1 mark]

    (b) which word has the same meaning as the word short?

    .. [1 mark]

    29 (a) From paragraph 6, name the famous sports personality Nakanishi met.

    ... [1 mark]

    (b) From paragraph 10, what does Nakanishi plan to do before the end of the year?

    ... [1 mark]

    30 How would you describe Nakanishis character? Give a reason for your answer.

    ...

    ......................................................................................................................... [2 marks]

    31 Based on the passage given, write a summary:

    of why Nakanishi cycles around the world and the problems he experienced during his travels

    Credit will be given for use of own words but care must be taken not to change theoriginal meaning.

    Your summary must

    be in continuous writing (not in note form) use materials from lines 20 to 48 not be longer than 130 words, including the 10 words given below

    Begin your summary as follows:

    Nakanishi cycles all around the world because he wants to

    [15 marks]

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    ANSWER SHEET FOR QUESTION 31

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    Section D

    [25 marks]

    32 Read the following stanzas ofMonsoon History and answer the questions that follow.iii

    Drinking MiloNyonya and baba sit at home.This was forty years ago.Sarong-wrapped they countedSilver paper for the dead.Portraits of grandfathershung always in the parlour.

    iv

    Reading Tennyson, at sixp.m. in pajamas,Listening to down-pouringrain : the air ticksWith gnats, black spiders fly,Moths sweep out of our roomsWhere termites builtTheir hills of eggs and queens zoomIn heat. We wash our feetFor bed, watch mother uncoilHer snake hair, unbuckle

    The silver mesh around her waist,Waiting for father pacingThe sands as fishers pullFrom the Straits after monsoon.

    Shirley Lim

    (a) While sitting at home, what are nyonya and baba doing?..... [1 mark]

    (b) Give one evidence that shows nyonya and baba respect their ancestors.. [1 mark]

    (c) Why is the personas mothers hair compared to a snake?. [1 mark]

    (d) Do you agree that we should practise our customs and traditions? Give two reasonsfor your answer.

    (i) .. [1 mark]

    (ii) .. [1 mark]

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    33 Read the extract from the story The Necklace below and answer the questions thatfollow.

    The day of the ball drew near and Madame Loisel seemed sad, uneasy, anxious.

    Her frock was ready however. Her husband said to her one evening, What is thematter? Come, you have seemed very queer these last three days.

    And she answered, It annoys me not to have a single piece of jewellery, not asingle ornament, nothing to put on. I shall look poverty-stricken. I would almostrather not go at all.

    You might wear natural flowers, said her husband. Theyre quite fashionable atthis time of year. For ten francs you can get two or three magnificent roses.

    She was not convinced.No, theres nothing more humiliating than to look poor among other women who

    are rich.How stupid you are! her husband cried. Go and look up your friend, Madame

    Forestier, and ask her to lend you some jewels. Youre intimate enough with her todo that.

    (a) Why was Madame Loisel unhappy as the day of the ball drew near?

    ... [1 mark]

    (b) Her husband gave two suggestions. What were his suggestions?

    (i) . [1 mark]

    (ii) . [1 mark]

    (c) Do you agree that a person has to wear jewellery to look nice? Give tworeasons for your answer.

    (i) . [1 mark]

    (ii) . [1 mark]

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    34 The following are the novels studied in the literature component in English Language.

    Jungle of Hope - Keris Mas

    The Pearl - John Steinback

    The Return - K.S. Maniam

    Choose any one of the novels above and answer the question below.

    What lesson have you learnt from one of the characters in the novel?Support your answer with close reference to the text.

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    ANSWER SHEET FOR QUESTION 34

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    KERTAS SOALAN TAMAT

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    FOR SECTION A

    Blacken only one space for each question. If you wish to change your answer, erase theblackened mark that you have made. Then blacken the space for the new answer.

    EXAMPLE:

    A=B= =C= =D=

    1 =A= =B= =C= =D= 9 =A= =B= =C= =D=

    2 =A= =B= =C= =D= 10 =A= =B= =C= =D=

    3 =A= =B= =C= =D= 11 =A= =B= =C= =D=

    4 =A= =B= =C= =D= 12 =A= =B= =C= =D=

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    6 =A= =B= =C= =D= 14 =A= =B= =C= =D=

    7 =A= =B= =C= =D= 15 =A= =B= =C= =D=

    8 =A= =B= =C= =D=

    For examiners use

    Section Marks

    A 15

    B 10

    C 25

    D 25

    Total 75

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    PERSIDANGAN KEBANGSAAN PENGETUA

    SEKOLAH MENENGAH MALAYSIA (CAWANGAN MELAKA)

    PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAAN SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA

    TAHUN 2009

    PERATURAN PEMARKAHAN

    BAHASA INGGERIS 1

    Section A: Directed Writing (35 marks)

    Format - 3 marks

    Content Point - 12 marks

    Language - 20 marks

    Total - 35 marks

    :

    A CONTENT (15 marks)

    .

    Format: 3 marks

    Award 1 mark each:

    F1 Greeting

    F2 Reason for gathering

    F3 Closing

    Content Points: 12 marksAward one mark each for each content used appropriately.

    Do not award marks for mere mention of key words.

    C1 name: Puan Azizah binti Ali

    C2 date of birth: 30 September 1952

    C3 degree in Teaching English as a Second Language, University of Malaya

    C4 started teaching in 1976

    C5 first school: SMK Bestari, Melaka

    C6 head of English Panel

    C7 trained school drama team

    C8 coached hockey team

    C9 helpful

    C10 hardworking

    C11 Additional information

    C12 Additional information

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    B LANGUAGE (20 marks)

    Band &

    Mark Range

    Description of Criteria

    A

    19 - 20

    Language - accurate with only occasional first draft slips Sentence structures - varied Vocabulary - wide and precise Punctuation - accurate Spelling - accurate Paragraphs - have unity and are well-linked Style - relevant to a speech Tone - appropriate

    B

    16 - 18

    Language - almost always accurate with more first draft slips Errors - found in more complex structures Sentences - some variation in length and type (with some

    complex structures)

    Vocabulary - wide enough Punctuation - almost always accurate Spelling - almost always accurate Paragraphs - linked and show some unity Style - relevant and informative Tone - appropriate

    C

    13 - 15

    Language - largely accurate Simple structures - used without errors. Mistakes occur in more

    complex structures Sentences - some variety of length and type but some repetitive

    structures give a monotonous effect

    Vocabulary - adequate Punctuation - generally accurate Paragraphs have some unity but links may be absent or

    inappropriate

    Style - quite relevant and informative Tone - still appropriate

    D

    10 12

    Language - sufficiently accurate

    Sentence structures - Patches of clarity seen in simple structures Mistakes in more complex structures Vocabulary - adequate but lacks precision Punctuation - generally correct Spelling mistakes - may be found in unfamiliar words Paragraphs - show some unity Style - relevant and informative but may not be sustained Tone - may not always be appropriate for a speech

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    E

    7 - 9

    Meaning - never in doubt Single word errors - sufficiently frequent and serious to hamper

    reading and precision

    Sentence structures - mainly simple but accuracy is not sustained Vocabulary - limited Punctuation - sometimes not correct Spelling mistakes - found in more difficult words Paragraphs - do not show unity and links are incorrectly used Style and tone - may not be relevant and informative

    U (i)

    4 6

    Meaning - fairly clear Single word errors - numerous and impede reading A few simple structures - used accurately Vocabulary - very limited Punctuation - sometimes used correctly Spelling errors - more frequent Style and tone - may not be appropriate for a speech

    U (ii)

    2 - 3

    Sense - decipherable Content - generally comprehensible Some errors - multiple in nature Maybe only one or two accurate sentences Style and tone - hidden by too many errors

    U (iii)

    0 - 1

    Errors - mostly multiple in nature (meaning is not clear) Structures - distorted and ambiguous Whole sections may make no sense at all Award 1 mark if some sense can be obtained Award 0 mark if the speech makes no sense at all from

    beginning to end

    Section B: Continuous Writing (50 marks)

    1 The assessment of the candidates response will be based on impression.

    2 The examiner shall read and re-read the response carefully and at the same time underline

    for gross or minor errors or put in omission marks (^) where such errors occur.

    3 The examiner should also mark for good vocabulary orexpressionsby putting a merittick at the end of such merits.

    4 The examiner shall fit the candidates response against the most appropriate band having

    most of the criteria as found in the band. The examiner may have to refer to upper or lower

    bands to the band already chosen to BEST FIT the students response to the most

    appropriate band. The marks from the band decided on for the script also depend on the

    number of criteria that are found in the script.

    5 Justify the band and marks given, if necessary, by commenting on the strengths and

    weaknesses of the candidates response, using the criteria found in the band.

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    Band &

    Mark range Description of Criteria

    A44 50

    Language - entirely accurate, with occasional first draft slips Sentence structures - varied Vocabulary - wide and precise Punctuation - accurate and helpful Spelling - entirely accurate Paragraphs - well-planned, unified and linked Topic - consistently relevant Interest - aroused and sustained throughout writing

    B

    38 43

    Language - accurate, with occasional minor errors or first draft slips Sentences of some varied lengths and types, some complex sentences Vocabulary - wide enough to show shades of intended meaning with some

    precision

    Punctuation - almost always accurate Spelling - nearly always accurate Paragraphs with some evidence of planning, unified and appropriately

    linked

    Writing - relevant, mostly arousing and sustaining interest

    C

    32 37

    Language - largely accurate Simple structures - error-free; errors with more ambitious structures Vocabulary - wide enough to convey meaning but lack precision Punctuation in simple sentences - accurate, with errors in more complex

    use

    Simple words - spelt correctly but misspelt when used with moresophisticated words

    Paragraphs - used with some unity or at times not unified orinappropriately linked

    Writing - relevant but lack originality and planning Some interest aroused but not sustained

    D

    26 31

    Language - sufficiently accurate, communicates clearly Simple structures and vocabulary, with patches of clear, accurate language Some variety of sentence type and length but purpose is not clearly seen Vocabulary - usually adequate to show intended meaning but not

    developed to precision

    Paragraphs - show some unity Punctuation - generally correct but does not clarify meaning Spelling of simple words - correct but more errors occur

    Writing of some relevance but lacking in liveliness and interest value

    E

    20 - 25

    Meaning - never in doubt Errors - sufficiently frequent and serious to hamper reading Simple structures - some accurate but unlikely to sustain accuracy for long Vocabulary - limited, too simple or more ambitious but imperfectly

    understood

    Simple words - spelt correctly but with frequent mistakes in spelling andpunctuation

    Paragraphs - lack unity or haphazardly arranged Some relevance, but partially treated High incidence of linguistic errors distract from merits of content in

    composition

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    U (i)

    14 19

    Meaning, fairly clear High incidence of errors impede reading Vocabulary - many serious errors of various kinds, mainly single-word

    type, but could be corrected without rewriting

    Sentences - very few accurate ones Sentences - simple but often repetitive Errors - frequently causing blurring Punctuation - used correctly, also with sentence separation errors Paragraphs - lack unity or no paragraphs at all

    U (ii)

    8 13

    Some sense, with multiple word errors Requires re-reading before being understood Only a few accurate simple sentences Content - comprehensible Incidence of linguistic error - high Meaning - blur Far short of required length

    U (iii)

    0 7

    Almost entirely impossible to read Whole sections make little or no sense at all Occasional patches of clarity (marks awarded) Vocabulary - simple words used Frequent errors cause blurring 0 for scripts with no sense from beginning till the end

    BAHASA INGGERIS 2Section A

    1 C

    2 C

    3 A

    4 A

    5 B

    6 D

    7 C

    8 A

    9 D

    10 B

    11 D

    12 A13 A

    14 B

    15 A

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    Section B

    16 clawless

    17 cannot withdraw their heads

    18 sea grasses

    19 hawksbills

    20 seawater

    21 covers the nest

    22 humans

    23 disturbances of nesting areas

    24 improper fishing techniques

    25 polluted sea

    Section C

    26 By air/aeroplane/flight

    27 (a) (Nakanishis) bicycle

    (b) cooking equipment, a sleeping bag, tent and spare parts for his bicycle (accept

    any two)

    28 (a) (It is more) well-developed (compared to many others he has pedalled to).(b) brief

    29 (a) Pele

    (b) He hopes to visit seven more countries.

    30 Award 1 mark for description of character. (Accept any reasonable answer)

    Award 1 mark for the reason given. (Accept any reasonable answer)

    31 (Summary)

    Content - 10 marks (award up to a maximum of 10 marks)

    Style & Presentation - 5 marks

    Total - 15 marks

    Content

    Each point is awarded 1 mark.

    1 realise his (childhood) dream of touring the world on a bicycle

    2 make (one million) friends.

    3 learn about people

    4 learn about other cultures.

    5 contracted/contracting malaria (in Kenya)6 children threw/throwing stones at him (in Ethiopia)

    7 the hotel rates are very expensive

    8 (He gets very sick due to) food poisoning.

    9 difficulties in getting the visa

    10 (In Brazil) his credit card was stolen.

    11 (In Romania he was) attacked by gypsies.

    12 His bicycle breaks down (once in a while) / He has endured 300 tyre punctures / and

    replaced the tyres 76 times.

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    Style & Presentation

    Mark Paraphrase Mark Use of English

    5 - Sustained attempt to rephrase text

    - Expression is secure

    5 - Language is accurate

    - Occasional errors

    - Sentence structure is varied- Marked ability to use original

    complex syntax

    - Punctuation is accurate

    - Spelling is secure

    4 - Noticeable attempt to rephrase

    text

    - Free from stretches of

    concentrated lifting

    4 - Language is almost always

    accurate

    - Serious errors are isolated

    - Some original syntax and

    sentence variety

    - Punctuation is generally

    accurate- Spelling is nearly always secure

    3 - Intelligent & selective lifting

    - Limited attempt to rephrase

    text

    - Expression may not always be

    secure

    3 - Language is largely accurate

    - Simple structures dominate

    - Serious erros are not frequent

    but noticeable

    - Sentences are generally lifted

    from the text

    - Punctuation is largely accurate

    - Spelling is mostly secure

    2 - Wholesale copying of textmaterial

    - Originality is barely noticeable

    2 - Serious errors are frequent- Accuracy is not sustained for long

    - Simple punctuation is correct

    - Irrelevant/distorted detail will

    destroy the sequence in places

    1 - Complete transcript of the text

    - Originality is barely

    noticeable

    - Mindless copying of the text

    - Irrelevant sections of the text are

    Included

    1 - Heavy frequency of serious

    errors

    - Fractured syntax

    Award 0 when candidates copy totally from outside the prescribed text.

    Section D

    32 a) drinking milo/counting silver paper

    b) - they counted silver paper for the dead

    - portraits of grandfathers/forefathers hung in the parlour

    c) - it is long

    - it is coiled like a snake

    d) Do not award mark for yes/no answer only.Accept response if yes/no answer is implied.

    Accept any two suitable answers.

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    33 a) she had no ornament/jewellery to put on (for the ball)

    b) - to wear natural flowers/roses

    - to borrow her friends/Madame Forestiers jewellery

    c) accept any two suitable answers

    34 AWARDING CONTENT MARKS :

    Please refer to the band descriptors below before deciding which band BEST FITS the mark for

    CONTENT.

    SCORE BAND DESCRIPTORS

    9 10

    The response contains a majority of the following :

    Response relevant to specified task Value well supported and linked with evidence/knowledge from text Main and supporting ideas relevant to specified task Ideas clearly presented, well-organised and easily understood

    7 8

    The response contains a majority of the following :

    Response relevant to the task Value usually supported and linked with knowledge/evidence from text Mains and supporting ideas mostly relevant to specified task Ideas clear and can be understood

    5 6

    The response contains a majority of the following :

    Response intermittently relevant to specified task Value supported and linked with some knowledge or evidence to specified

    task

    Ideas some are relevant to the specified task Ideas generally clear, can be understood but lack organisation

    3 4

    The response contains a majority of the following :

    Response barely relevant to specified task Value unlikely identified or even when identified, not likely to be linked to

    the text

    Ideas hardly relevant to specified task Ideas difficult to understand

    1 2 No understanding of task requirement Disorganised writing incoherent; ideas irrelevant to the specified task

    0

    Response in language other than English No response Response not related to the novel

    AWARDING LANGUAGE MARKS :

    Please refer to the band descriptors below before deciding which band BEST FITS the mark for

    LANGUAGE.

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    MARK USE OF LANGUAGE

    5

    Language accurate, with very occasional slips Occasional minor errors, first draft slips Sentence structure varied Punctuation accurate and helpful Spelling secure throughout response

    4

    Language almost always accurate Sentences some variation Punctuation accurate and generally helpful Spelling nearly always secure

    3

    Language largely accurate Simple structures dominate Serious errors not frequent although noticeable Serious errors with sophisticated structures Punctuation largely accurate Spelling mostly secure

    2

    Meaning not in doubt Serious errors becoming more frequent Simple structures accurate but not sustained Simple punctuation, usually correct, with occasional separation errors Spelling largely accurate but mistakes with more difficult words

    0 1

    Serious errors heavy frequency, impeding reading Fractured syntax more pronounced, with punctuation faltering Sentence separation errors frequent

    PERATURAN PEMARKAHAN TAMAT