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Teknik Jawab Soalan Bio Spm

Teknik Jawab Soalan Bio Spm

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Following the post about Frequently Asked Questions for Chemistry Paper 2 Section A, the Berry Berry Teacher, Miss Isabelle Wong is pleased to be posting another post on the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for General Answering Technique ¨CPaper 2 Section A and B for SPM 2010 Biology. Once again, there are all the questions on the general rules that you wanted to ask but did not get the chance todo so. While it might seemed similar to that of Chemistry SPM, there are some nuance differences. So do share this page with your fellow SPM 2010 Biology candidates.SPM Biology 2010 ¨C Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for General Answering Technique ¨C Paper 2 Section A and B@ Teknik Menjawab dan Soalan Lazim SPM 2010 Biologi Kertas 2 Bahagian A dan B.FAQ ¨C SPM 2010 Biology Paper 2 Section A and BThe SPM Biology question Paper 2 ¨C Section A: Structure questions (answer all questions from question number 1 to 5) consist of 60 marks in total & Section B: Essay questions (answer two questions from question number 6 to 9) consist of 40 marks in total. There are some key points that students need to take notes with it.1) What is the first thing students need to do when students see the question paper?I would suggest that students should read through the whole Section A & B and then write down the important point (while your mind/memory is still fresh) that relates to the question (something like a mind map) such as phases in a cell cycle, internal structure of the human heart, circulatory system in humans, structure of stems/roots etc. There are too many points, structures and processes in Biology to be remembered, so students need to keep your notes handy and easy to read especially before students go in the examination hall/classroom.2) Can students write in point form in Section A and B?Section A (structure question): The answer is no (same in Chemistry). Students are suggested to answer question in a complete sentence (not in point form). There are some other Biology Teachers also suggested that students must fully used up all the space provided.Section B (essay question): The answer is yes. Students can use point form but it must be in complete sentence.3) Are students¡‾ handwriting important in Biology Paper 2?Students¡‾ handwriting is very important to score in Biology. Students¡‾ handwriting must be neat and clear. It will help students in gaining a good impression and essential for SPM examiner to detect students¡‾ points/marks. Students just need to cancel the mistake by drawing a line on it (or crossing out the answer) and not covering it by liquid paper/correction pen/correction tape in the answering script.Furthermore, do not use pencil in answering the questions.4) Is the spelling important in Biology Paper 2?The answer is yes for the entire biology name/structure/process. You need to spell it correctly, for example chloroplast, Casparian strip, Golgi apparatus, Lysosomes, pancreas, pasteurisation etc.5) How to draw the labelled diagrams?
In Biology, all the diagrams can be drawn free-hands (pencil) and must be labelled clearly.6) Can students use table in giving explanation/comparison in Paper 2 Section B?The answer is yes and it is highly recommended by most of the SPM Biology teacher. Students need to make sure that every point must be in complete sentence.7) How to answer ¡®operational definition¡‾ in Biology?Operational definition is the manipulated variable that is related to the Biology theory.SPM Biology candidates typically commit the mistake of thinking that the lengthof their answered essay or structured questions equates to marks deserve, underthe formula, Length of Structure Answer/Essay = Marks. This is wrong and Berry Berry Easy wishes to clear the air regarding this issue.It is never about how long you write but more about how accurate you write. So for Berry Readers who can write long answers but never seemed to score well, do check out the post below. Share this with your other friends who have the same problem as you.Answering Techniques for SPM 2010 Biology Paper 3 (based on Johor State Trial SPM 2010 Paper) ¨C How to Score High/A+@ Teknik Menjawab SPM 2010 Biologi Kertas 3The SPM question Paper 3 ¨C (Answer all questions ¨C Question 1 and 2 only) consistof 50 marks in total. In this paper, students need to answer all questions. Question 1 consists of 33 marks and Question 2 consists of 17 marks. There are someimportant points that will be discussed using the trial SPM 2010 Johor state paper 3. The marks for each question range from 0 (wrong response), 1 (idea level response), 2 (inaccurate response) to 3 (accurate response) marks for each questions. Paper 3 Biology involves with very detailed criteria of marking.1) How to state the observation?Usually it involves two criteria.Example 1State two different observations made from Table 1. (Nyatakan dua pemerhatian yang berbeza yang dibuat daripada Jadual 1). Q1 (b) (i) (3 marks).Idea level response (1 mark):The time taken is different for each temperature.Temperature influences time taken for iodine solution remains yellowish.No full marks will be given if students did not meet the 2 criteria of answer and the word ¡®different¡‾ / ¡®influence¡‾ is not specific. Students must try to avoid these.Accurate response (3 marks):P1: Temperature of water bathP2: Time taken for iodine solution to remain yellowish(Horizontal observation)
At temperature 5?C, time taken for iodine solution remains yellowish is 12 minutes.At temperature 37?C, time taken for iodine solution remains yellowish is 3 minutes.At temperature 55?C, time taken for iodine solution remains yellowish is 15 minutes.(Vertical observation)Time taken for iodine solution remain yellowish for temperature 37?C is faster than 5?C / 28?C / 45?C / 55?C // Vice versa2) How to state inference in Paper 3 Biology?Similar to observation, inference involves 2 criteria.Example 2State the inference which corresponds to the observations in 1 (b) (i). (Nyatakan inferens yang sepadan dengan pemerhatian di 1 (b) (i)). Q1 (b) (ii)Idea level response (1 mark):Temperature influences the enzyme reaction.Accurate response (3 marks):P1: Rate of enzyme reactionP2: Low / High (Reject: Lowest / Highest)(Horizontal inference)At temperature 5?C, the rate of enzyme (amylase) reaction is low / decreases / longer / lower.At temperature 37?C / optimum temperature, the rate of enzyme reaction is high.At temperature 55?C, the rate of enzyme reaction is low.(Vertical inference)At temperature 37?C, the rate of enzyme reaction is higher than the rate of enzyme reaction at 5?C / 28?C / 45?C / 55?C // vice versa.3) How to get full marks in hypothesis for an experiment?Similar to the hypothesis in Chemistry Paper 3, it must always start with manipulated variable and follows by responding variables.Example 3State the hypothesis for this experiment. (Nyatakan hipotesis bagi eksperimen ini.) Q1 (d)Idea level response (1 mark):The temperatures influence the enzyme reaction.Accurate response (3 marks):P1: Manipulated variable (temperature)P2: Responding variable (time taken for iodine solution remain yellowish / rateof enzyme (amylase) reaction / activity)Hypothesis: relationship of P1 and P2 (MV + RV)The higher the temperature, the higher the rate of enzyme reaction / time taken

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