Bahasa Inggeris Julai 2013

BAHAGIAN PENGURUSAN SEKOLAH BERASRAMA PENUH DAN SEKOLAH KECEMERLANGAN KEMENTERIAN PELAJARAN MALAYSIA

PENTAKSIRAN DIAGNOSTIK AKADEMIK SBP 2013

PERATURAN PEMARKAHAN BAHASA INGGERIS Kertas 1 dan 2

MARK SCHEME FOR PAPER 1
Questions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Answers B A B C A C B B D A A C A A B C C D D A Questions 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Answers D C C D D A C B D D A D B D A C C A B B

MARK SCHEME FOR PAPER 2 SECTION A : GUIDED WRITING BAND DESCRIPTORS FOR GUIDED WRITING  Task fulfilled with ideas and details well- developed and well-organised  Language is accurate with a few minor errors and first draft slips  Varied sentence structures are used effectively to convey meaning  Vocabulary is apt and widely used  Accurate use of mechanics of writing  Interest of the reader is aroused and sustained

EXCELLENT

21-25

2

CREDIT

16-20

 Task fulfilled with ideas and details developed and organised  Language is largely accurate with some serious and minor errors  Simple and compound sentence structures are accurate  Vocabulary is wide enough but lack precision  Almost always accurate use of spelling, punctuation and paragraphing  Interest of the reader is aroused but not sustained  Task fulfilled with ability to develop some ideas but lacks details; ideas adequately organised  Language is sufficiently accurate with frequent serious errors  Simple and compound sentence structures are attempted  Vocabulary is sufficient to convey meaning  Some errors in mechanics of writing  Task partially fulfilled with ideas less developed; ideas lacking organisation  Language is barely accurate with frequent serious errors that hamper reading  Vocabulary is limited  Serious errors in mechanics of writing   Task hardly fulfilled; ideas lack cohension High density of errors; meaning is hardly conveyed

ACHIEVEMENT

11-15

WEAK

6-10

VERY WEAK

1-5

SECTION B : LITERATURE PART I (a) Because money is important / Because money can buy everything / People will do anything for money (or any other plausible answers) (b) Appreciate nature / Spend wisely / Be thankful for what we have / We must not be materialistic (or any other two plausible answers)

PART II BAND CRITERIA FOR NOVEL

EXCELLENT

11-12

 Requirements of task fulfilled  Ideas and details well-developed, well-organised with evidence from text  Varied sentence structures (simple and compound)  Wide and apt vocabulary  Accurate use of language  Accurate mechanics of writing

CREDIT

8-10

 Requirements of task fulfilled  Ideas and details largely developed, organised and supported with evidence from text  Varied sentence structures (simple and compound)  Vocabulary wide enough  Largely accurate use of language  Largely accurate mechanics of writing

ACHIEVEMENT

5-7

 Requirements of task fulfilled  Ideas and details sufficiently developed with some organisation and supported with some evidence from text  Sentence structures lack variety (simple structures dominate)  Adequate vocabulary used  Sufficiently accurate use of language  Fairly accurate mechanics of writing

WEAK

3-4

 Requirements of task partially fulfilled  Ideas lack development and organisation with minimal textual support – mere narration  Sentence structures mostly simple with errors that hamper reading  Vocabulary limited  Language is barely accurate with errors that hamper reading  Inconsistent mechanics of writing

4

VERY WEAK

1-2

 Requirements of task hardly fulfilled  Hardly any development of relevant ideas or textual support  High density of errors; blurring evident, lacks cohension  Vocabulary very limited  Mechanics of writing – numerous errors

SECTION C : SUMMARY

Content 5 marks Language 5 marks _______ Total 10 marks

CONTENT POINTS FOR SUMMARY Award 1 mark for each content point to a maximum of 5 marks

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

stood there stunned followed them (as they were heading towards the escalator) caught hold of the woman’s arm tightened his grip to stop her from running away (calmly) told the guards (what had happened) assisted the guard to find the old lady returned the purse to the old lady declined when offered money

Note: 1. 2. 3. The mandatory words in bold must be spelled correctly. Only penalize the first content point using the pronoun “I”. Content point must be in sequence. Only penalize once the first content point in the wrong sequence.

BAND CRITERIA FOR SUMMARY  Marked ability to use own words  Language is accurate; use of simple and compound sentences; appropriate linkers; use of correct grammar  Accurate spelling and punctuation  First draft slips  No lifting of sentences  No irrelevant details  Ability to use own words  Language is largely accurate; use of simple and compound sentences; appropriate linkers; use of correct grammar  Spelling and punctuation are largely accurate  Some minor errors  Almost no lifting of sentences  No irrelevant details  Attempts to use own words  Language is sufficiently accurate; use of simple and compound sentences (majority of simple sentences); some use of linkers; some serious grammatical errors  Some serious errors in spelling and punctuation  Selective lifting of sentences  Some irrelevant details  No attempt to use own words  Frequent serious errors in grammar, spelling and punctuation  Linkers hardly used  Wholesale lifting of text material  Irrelevant details  High density of errors – fractured syntax  Total lifting of text material i.e. transcript  Irrelevant details

EXCELLENT

5

CREDIT

4

ACHIEVEMENT

3

WEAK

2

VERY WEAK

1

6

Master your semester with Scribd & The New York Times

Special offer for students: Only $4.99/month.

Master your semester with Scribd & The New York Times

Cancel anytime.