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PROGRAM PENINGKATAN PRESTASI AKADEMIK 1119/1


SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA 2010
Bahasa Inggeris
Kertas 1

SKEMA JAWAPAN
PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAAN
SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA 2010

BAHASA INGGERIS

Kertas 1

PERATURAN PEMARKAHAN

UNTUK KEGUNAAN PEMERIKSA SAHAJA

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SECTION A : DIRECTED WRITING

Format - 3 marks

Content - 12 marks

Language - 20 marks

TOTAL 35 MARKS

Format Marks

F1 – Address I mark

F2 – Salutation 1 mark

F3 –Closing 1 mark

Content : Award 1 mark for each point and 1 mark for elaboration/example.

C1 - Do not walk alone


C2 - Avoid dark and lonely places
C3 - Do not carry a lot of money

C4 - Avoid wearing excessive jewellery

C5- Keep wallet in front pocket

C6- Sling handbag in front

C7- Avoid getting lifts from strangers

C8- Scream for help when attacked

C9- Be alert of strangers

C10- Learn self-defence

C11- Equip yourself with pepper spray


C12- Be careful in crowded places

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To award marks for language refer to the marking criteria provided

LANGUAGE DESCRIPTIONS FOR DIRECTED WRITING

Mark Range Description of Criteria

A • Language is always accurate (only occasional first draft slips)


• Hardly any mistake in grammar (including spelling and punctuation)
19 – 20 • Effective use of varied sentence structures.
• Wide vocabulary is used appropriately.
Excellent
• Paragraphs are well-planned, have unity and well-linked.
• Interest of reader is aroused and sustained throughout.
• The tone is appropriate – formal yet polite.

• Language is almost always accurate.


• Few mistakes are found in complex structures.
B
• Wide vocabulary is used.
16 – 18 • Paragraphs show some unity and are linked. .
• Interest of reader is aroused and sustained throughout most of the
Good writing.
• The tone is appropriate – formal yet polite.

• Language is largely accurate.


C • Some mistakes in grammar but meaning is still clear.
• Simple structures are used without error.
13 – 15
• Wide vocabulary but sometimes lacks precision.
Satisfactory • Paragraphs show some unity but links may be absent.
• The tone is fairly formal.

• Language is sufficiently accurate.


D • Patches of clarity are seen in sentence structures.
• Vocabulary is simple, adequate but lacks precision.
10 – 12
• Paragraph are used but show lack of planning.
Fair • Punctuation is generally correct.
• The tone may not be appropriate for a speech.

• Meaning is never in doubt


E • Frequent single word errors (SWE) hamper reading.
• Sentence structures are mainly simple.
7–9
• Vocabulary is limited. Punctuation is sometimes incorrect.
Unsatisfactory • Paragraphs do not show unity. Links are incorrectly used.
• Tone may be irrelevant for a speech.

• Meaning is fairly clear.


• Errors are frequent and serious- mainly SWEs.
U (i) • Only a few sentences are used accurately.
• Vocabulary is very limited. Spelling errors are frequent.

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4–6 • Probably no paragraphing and may not fulfill required length.


• Tone is inappropriate.
Weak

• Meaning is not clear (confusing).


U(ii)
• Mostly multiple word errors (MWE)
2–3 • May not fulfill required length.
• May be one or two sentences are correct.
Weak • Tone is inappropriate.

U(iii) • May make no sense at all.


• Award ‘1’ mark if some sense can be obtained.
0–1 • Award ‘0’ mark if the speech makes no sense at all from beginning to
end.
Weak

Section B: Continuous Writing

[50 marks]

Award marks based on the bands below.

Mark Range
Description of Criteria
• Language is always accurate (with first draft slips)..
A • Hardly any mistakes in grammar (including spelling and
punctuation).
44 - 50 • Effective use of varied sentence structures.
• Vocabulary is wide and precise.
Excellent
• Subject is relevant, well-organised.
• Paragraphs are well-planned, have unity and are well-linked.
• Interest of the reader is aroused and sustained throughout the
writing.
• Language is almost always accurate.
• Few mistakes in grammar especially in complex structures.
B • Sentence structures show variety of type and length.
• Wide vocabulary is used.
38 – 43 • Paragraphs are well-planned, have unity and appropriately
linked.
Good • Writing is relevant to the topic.
• Interest of reader is aroused and sustained most of the time.
C • Language is largely accurate.
• Some mistakes in grammar but meaning is clear.
32 - 37 • Tendency to use one type of sentence structure gives
monotonous effect.
Satisfactory
• Vocabulary is wide but lacks precision.
• Writing is relevant but lack originality.

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• Paragraphs may show some unity but links may be


inappropriate.
• Interest of the reader is aroused but not sustained.

D • Language is sufficiently accurate.


• Some variety in sentence structures but purpose not clear.
26 - 31 • Vocabulary is simple, adequate but lacks precision.
• Paragraphs may lack planning and unity.
Fair Lacks liveliness and interest value.

E • Meaning is never in doubt.


• Errors are sufficiently frequent and serious to impede reading.
20 – 25 • Simple sentences may be accurate.
• Limited vocabulary is used
Unsatisfactory • Paragraphs lack unity and are disorganized..
• Subject matter shows some relevance to the topic.
U (i) • Meaning is fairly clear.
• Errors are frequent and serious – mainly single word errors
14 – 19 (SWE)
• Very limited vocabulary.
Weak • Subject is poorly addressed.
Hardly any organization; probably no paragraphing.

U (ii) • Can make some sense of the script.


• Mostly multiple word errors (MWE)
8 – 13 • Hardly any accurate sentences.
Weak • May not fulfill required length.

U (iii) • Almost entirely impossible to read (unrecognizable as English).


• May make no sense at all.
0–7 • Award ‘0’ if the writing makes no sense at all from beginning to
end.
Weak

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