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06/12/2011

 
MAJLIS PEPERIKSAAN MALAYSIA
(
MALAYSIAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL
)
Trainer’s Notes: Writing 
Task 6.2
Present each answer in Task 6.1 in a complete sentence.
Examples:
1. The bar chart shows the results of a survey for learning languages.2. Two thousand students took part in the survey.3. The students were from a university in Australia.Use the sentences to write a continuous text.
Example:
The bar chart shows the results of a survey on the reasons for learning languages among 2000native and non-native speakers of English at a university in Australia.( Accept any possible responses)
 NB. Link the answers to the questions in a coherent manner to form paragraphs. This will describe the trends and movements seen in the graph.
MUET 800/4
 Points to Ponder 
1.How do the questions help in the understanding of the graph?
2.
 Are the answers to these questions sufficient to understand the graph ?What else will you need to understand the graph?
 
MAJLIS PEPERIKSAAN MALAYSIA
(
MALAYSIAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL
)
Trainer’s Notes: Writing 
WORDS, WORDS and MORE WORDSTask 7Aims:
To understand visual information presented in graphs
To interpret illustrations and be able to describe the trends ingraphs correctly
To rearrange these descriptions so that the essay is cohesive andcoherent
Organisation:
Individual
Time:
20 minutes
Procedure 
Ask CPs to attempt the task individually.
Ask CPs to rearrange the jumbled words and phrases underlined so that the essay readscoherently.
Ask CPs to provide synonyms for highlighted words in the text.
Set a time limit.
Discuss answers.
Task 7Hours spent on activities by different age groups in SomelandActivityAgeTeens20s30s40s50s60s70s +
WatchingTV/videos1,2007004005006007001,100Socialising with4 or less people150150300250250200200Socialising with4 or more people3503505050252525Doing individualexercise1501002002005075150Doing groupexercise/spot4503502001505000Watching movies incinemas100755025255075
MUET 800/4
 
MAJLIS PEPERIKSAAN MALAYSIA
(
MALAYSIAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL
)
Trainer’s Notes: Writing 
7.1 Partially Jumbled Texts
In the model answer below, seven (7) parts of the text have been jumbled. Put the words in theright order and write them out in the blanks provided below.The table
shows
how (1)
different groups people age in
spend their leisure time inSomeland over the course of a year. It can be clearly seen that the (2)
amount available of variesleisure time
 
considerably
across the age groups and that (3)
levels people ways of different agedifferent have very
of spending their leisure time.
According to
the figures, as people age inSomeland their social lives decline. (4)
Teenagers twenties and people socialising in their onaverage 500 hours per spend year on
and 350 hours of that time is with a group of more than 4 people. Although the total hours of socialising by people in their 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s is
fairly
constant (between 300-350), socialising with more than 4 people drops
dramatically
to 50 hoursin the 30s and 40s age groups and to only 25 hours for 50 year olds. Group and individual task follow a
similar
 pattern.(
5
)
 People spend of time all ages their a good part of leisure
on entertainment such asTV/video viewing and cinema. In both
cases
, teenagers and retired people spend around twice asmuch time as those who are of working age. Home entertainment
ranges
from just over athousand hours for teenagers and retired people and
an average
of 600 hours for everyone else.(6)
Cinema hours for 100 of the teenagers’ accounts leisure time
and 25-50 hours for retired people and the rest.
In conclusion
we can see there is a (7)
 significant activities towards solitary and smaller  group trend 
as people grow older and that teenagers and retired people spend a lot more time onentertainment than those of working age do.Answers:1. people in different age groups2. amount of available leisure time varies3. different age levels have very different ways4.Teenagers and people in their twenties spend 500 hours per year on socialising5. People of all ages spend a good part of their leisure time6. Cinema accounts for 100 hours of the teenagers’ leisure time
MUET 800/4

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