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Cape 2003 Answers for Module 1 Structured Questions By Edlin Rochford author of the textbook Communication Studies : Preparing Students for CAPE

Cape 2003 Answers for Module 1 Structured Questions By Edlin Rochford author of the textbook Communication Studies : Preparing Students for CAPE

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POSSIBLE ANSWERS FOR STRUCTURED PAST PAPERS 2003, 2004, 2005
POSSIBLE ANSWERS FOR STRUCTURED PAST PAPERS 2003, 2004, 2005

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CAPE 2003 ANSWERS FOR MODULE 1 STRUCTURED QUESTIONSI.WHAT TIME DID THE ACCIDENT OCCUR? WAS IT RAINING?DID ANYONE ELSE OTHER THAN THOSE YOU NAMED,WITNESS THE ACCIDENT? WAS THERE ANYONE /THING IN THE DRIVERS’ PATH? WERE THERE PASSENGERS IN THENEXT CAR? WHAT HAPPENED TO THE PASSENGERS OF THENEXT CAR?2 a. ROY WAS A PRIMARY SOURCE...HE WAS NOT IN ANYWAYDIRECTLY INVOLVED EXCEPT AS A WITNESS...HE CAN THEREFOREMAINTAIN AN OBJECTIVE APPROACH2b. THREE SOURCES: DRIVER OF THE OTHER CAR. THE TWOPASSERS-BY. WIFE AND CHILDREN OF THE INJURED DRIVER3a. THREE FACTS: MAKE OF THE CARS. DIRECTION THE CARSWERE TRAVELLING IN? THE NUMBER OF PERSONS TAKEN TO THEHOSPITAL? THE EXACT/APPROXIMATE TIME OF THE ACCIDENT?SPEED AT WHICH THE WITNESS STATED THAT THE CARS WERE TRAVELLING AT.3b. FACTS THAT THE POLICE WONT INCLUDE IN REPORT: ROYWAS ON HIS WAY TO CHURCH. ROY WAS 50 YEARS OLD.4a. THIS IS INFORMATION FROM I SAMPLE/ACCIDENT AND THEREFORE IT WILL NO BE AN ACCURATE REPRESENTATION OFWHOLE POPULATION.4b. NUMBER OF ACCIDENTS PER YEAR\. REASONS FOR THEACCIDENTS. WHERE THESE ACCIDENTS TOOK PLACE? THEGENDER OF THE DRIVER? THE AGE GROUP OF THE DRIVER? 
 
MODULE 25. THAT DIALECT (in this scenario notice that Vishnu confusesDialect with creole...but a linguist will not do that as it is separateand distinct) IS THE LANGUAGE OF THE LOWER CLASS. Ii) THATDIALECT IS NOT A LANGUAGE. Iii) THAT WHEN ONE SPEAKSDIALECT HE/SHE IS NOT SPEAKING PROPER/ OR IS SPEAKINGIMPROPERLY.6. THE SUGGESTED RELATIONSHIP IS THAT THE UPPER CLASSDO NOT SPEAK DIALECT AND THAT THE UPPER CLASS ONLY SPEAK STANDARD ENG. THAT DIALECT LABELS A SPEAKER AS IN ALOWER CLASS IN SOCIETY.7. OTHERS IN COMMUNITY CAN UNDERSTAND ITHAS ITS RULESHAS ITS ORIGIN IN THE STANDARD ENGLISH
 
May/June 2004Paper 01/A - 1hr MODULE 1 - GATHERING AND PROCESSING INFORMATIONRecently, several media reports have suggested that teenagers spend far too much time watchingtelevision and, consequently, neglect other important activities. A group of Sixth Form studentsat McIntosh High School in a Caribbean country has been assigned by their coordinator toresearch this phenomenon as it relates to their school.1. (a) Identify TWO methods that students could use to gather data for their research. ( i )Questionnaire( ii )Face to face Interview(This is correct but to be really be specific here ... eg face  to face interview or group interviewBE SPECIFIC WHEN NECESSARY! [2 marks] (b) For ONE of the methods identified in (a) above, state ONE advantage and ONEdisadvantage.Advantage( Questionnaire ) A large geographical area can be coveredTHIS IS NOT REALLY AN ADV FOR   QUESTIONNAIRE CORRECT POSSIBLE ANSWER  Eg easy to collate, quantitative data,  [1 mark]Disadvantage( Questionnaire ) Since there is no interviewer any ambiguous questions cannot be clarified. INCORRECT CORRECT possible answers: time consuming, can be expensive to undertake, plentyinformation[1 mark](c) Which THREE of the following activities would the students need to do in order toconduct their research?( i ) Choose a sample that is representative of the school population.( ii ) Interview parents, teachers, and the principal, but not students.( iii ) Identify other important activities.( iv ) Find out if watching television prevents students from participating in other 

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