UPSR- BAHASA INGGERIS KERTAS 2 014/2

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS TO EXAMINERS FOR MARKING QUESTION 1, 2 AND 3
 Read the answers given. Check to see if the answer is relevant to the assessment objectives specified.  All answers should be considered at sentence level ( simple, compound, complex )  Merits and errors should be noted.  Candidates’ abilities to express ideas and use of interesting expressions should be given consideration.  Candidates may or may not use all the words given.  Candidates need not comply with the word order given.  The quality of the answer should be given greater consideration over the quantity or length of the answer. ( Do not get impressed with good / neat handwriting)

 Reconfirm the band.  To assess candidates’ ability to give reason/s to support decision or choice. Assessment Objective For Question 1 To assess candidates’ ability to construct sentences. Task : To write grammatically correct sentences based on the picture with the words to help them. paragraphing.CHECKLIST FOR MARKING  Read the answer script as a whole.  Use the given symbols to highlight the errors or additional details like new words or interesting expressions.  Award marks accordingly. GENERAL ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVES FOR BAHASA INGGERIS KERTAS 2 014/2  To assess candidates’ ability to construct simple and compound sentences using correct grammar.  Reread and identify the errors and merits. punctuation and spelling. punctuation and spelling. .  Place in band.  To assess candidates’ ability to express ideas using correct grammar.  To assess candidates’ ability to transfer information accurately and appropriately from one text type into a given framework.

Assessment Objective For Question 2 To assess candidates’ ability to transfer information accurately and appropriately from a text into a given framework. Guidelines For Marking Question 1 Candidates must answer this question.  The total mark for this section is 10. b) To express ideas creatively.  Candidates should not be penalised if they change the order of the words given as long as meaning is clear throughout. eg. Examiners must consider the coherence( in meaning and stimulus) of each sentence before awarding marks.. Task : a) To write a story using the given pictures and words as stimulus. Task : a) To transfer information from one text type into a given framework. .  The answer script must be assessed as a whole for marks to be awarded. Assessment For Question 1 sessment For Question 1 Assessment Objective For Question 3 To assess candidates’ ability to construct a variety of sentence structures given in the recommended sentence patterns as in the syllabus. simple and compound sentences and to assess the ability to express ideas using correct language structures and paragraphing.  Candidates must show their ability to construct a grammatically correct sentence. b) To give reason(s) to support ones’ decision or choice using correct tense and structure.

10 6–8 3–5 1-2 . relevant to the stimulus. Merits and errors must be noted using the given symbols to highlight them. MARKING SCHEME FOR QUESTION 1 BAND • • • DESCRIPTORS MARKS Task very well fulfilled All sentences constructed correctly. • Task fulfilled • Most sentences constructed correctly • Few single word errors found in the sentences constructed CREDIT • Few errors in grammatical. spelling or EXCELLENT punctuation error • Good presentation of ideas. relevant to the stimulus • Task is almost fulfilled • Some single word errors found in sentences constructed ACHIEVEMENT • Some grammatical. spelling and punctuation errors • Meaning is clear • Task partially fulfilled • Disorganised sentence structures but LOW meaning is still clear ACHIEVEMENT • Chunking of words • Poor use of language * 0 mark – No answer given / Blatant irrelevancy 9 . spelling and punctuation errors • Satisfactory presentation of ideas. Hardly any grammatical.

Guidelines For Marking Section B . • do not accept answers with spelling errors. • do not award half marks  For Question 2 (b): • full marks awarded is 5. .  Total mark : 15  For Question 2 (a) : • full marks awarded is 10 • award one mark for each correct answer. • mark is awarded according to the band scale given.Question 2  Candidates must answer this question.

MARKING SCHEME FOR SECTION B. relevant and conveyed clearly Punctuation and spelling errors may occur occasionally but the overall meaning is still clear MARKS 5 • • CREDIT • • 4 Correct use of the language Simple sentences with minor errors but meaning is still clear ACHIEVEMENT • Satisfactory presentation of reason(s) • Vocabulary is adequate to convey meaning • A few punctuation and spelling errors may be found in the script • Poor use of the language • Multiple errors found sentences • Reason(s) are incomprehensible even after a LOW few readings ACHIEVEMENT • Limited and incorrect use of vocabulary • Many spelling and punctuation errors • Direct lifting * 0 mark – No answer given / Blatant irrelevancy • • 2–3 1 .QUESTION 2 (b) QUESTIONQUESTION 1 BAND • • EXCELLENT • • DESCRIPTORS Excellent and confident use of the language Reason(s) conveyed clearly through a variety of sentence structures Reason(s) well-planned. relevant and are linked so as to sustain the interest of the reader Overall accurate use of spelling and punctuation Proficient use of the language throughout Attempts made to construct a variety of sentence structures Most reason(s) is/are well organised.

 Candidates are also expected to add new words and interesting expressions correctly in context.  All given words may or may not be used.  This question carries 15 marks. Candidates should not be penalised if they change the order of the words given s long as meaning is clear throughout. Examiners must consider the coherence of each sentence before awarding marks.  Candidates are encouraged not to change the tense used in the question as the change may cause a major distortion in the overall idea/meaning.  The answer script must be read as a whole for marks to be awarded.  Candidates are required to write their answers in a paragraph or paragraphs.Guidelines For Marking Question 3  Candidates must answer this question. .  Well-organised ideas are considered as a strength whereas repetition of ideas are considered as weakness.  Candidates are expected to show their ability to construct a variety of sentences given in the recommended sentence pattern in the syllabus.

organised and are linked so as to sustain the interest of the reader Overall accurate use of spelling and punctuation MARKS 13 – 15 • • CREDIT • • • Proficient use of the language throughout Attempts made to construct a variety of sentence structures but occasional errors occur Most ideas are well organised.12 • • ACHIEVEMENT • • • • • • • • • 5–8 LOW ACHIEVEMENT 1-4 0 mark – No answer given / Blatant irrelevancy MARKING SYMBOLS . Ideas conveyed clearly through a variety of sentence structures Ideas are well-planned. relevant and conveyed clearly New words used correctly Punctuation and spelling errors may occur occasionally but the overall meaning is still clear Correct use of the language Simple sentences with minor errors but meaning is still clear Satisfactory presentation of ideas Vocabulary is adequate to convey meaning A few punctuation and spelling errors may be found in the script Poor use of the language Multiple errors found sentences Ideas are incomprehensible even after a few readings Limited and incorrect use of vocabulary Many spelling and punctuation errors Direct lifting 9 .Marking Scheme For Section C – Question 3 BAND EXCELLENT • • • • DESCRIPTORS Excellent and confident use of the language.

SYMBOLS √ √√ ^ R 0 V wwwwwww ============= ? Sp // Rd ( ) [ ] DEFINITION Correct sentence New words used correctly/Good sentence Omission of words Repetition Punctuation Inappropriate word / Vocabulary Grammatical Errors Structural error Unclear meaning Spelling error Total distortion / Blatant Irrelevancy Redundancy Chunking Irrelevancy / General Statement Word Order .