MAJLIS PENGETUA SEKOLAH MALAYSIA CAWANGAN PULAU PINANG

MODUL PBNILATAN SPM 2OI2
BAHASA INGGERIS
Kertas I September
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JANGAN BUKA MODUL INI SEHINGGA DIBERITAHU

dua bahagian: Bahzgian A danBahagian B. I. Kertas modul ini m.engandungi bahagian. 2. Jawabkedua-dua 3. Jawapan anda hendaklah ditulis dalam bukujawapan yang disediakan. Sekiranya ruang jattapan tidak mencukupi,sila dapatkan helaian tambahqndaripada pengawas peperiksaan.

Instructions
L of This module contsists two sections: Section A and Section B.

2. Answer both sectians. 3. Your answersmust be written in the answer booklgtprovided. If the spacesin the booklet are insfficient, please requestfor additional answer sheets from the invigilator.

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SULIT Section A: DirectedWriting 135marksl 45 I Time suggested: minutesl

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You havebeen in yourschool' My of You arethe secretary the 'MySchool, Home'campaign placeto study' a askedto writean article on howto makeyourclassroom conducive Usethe notesgivenbelowto writeyourarticle:

selectclasscommittee rules draw up classroom planduty roster carryout duties arrangement planseating board updatebulletin

classroom decorate put up motivational Phrases cleanliness ensure tablesand chairs sufficient andfansfunctioning lights corner reading

yourarticle,you shouldremember: Whenwriting . . title to givea suitable nameas the writer to giveYbur given o to useallthe information o to provide ending an of are o that your readers the students yourschool

and cantent points,and up to For your article, you will receive up to 75 marksfor the format 20 iarks for the qualityof your writlng'

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Writing SectionB: Gontinuous t50 marksl lTime suggested:One houfl topics. of Writea composition about 350 words on one of the folloWing (a) Describe dreamyou willneverforget. a youropinion' Support Do buildcharacter." you agree? (b) "Co-curricular activities (c) The qualities a goodfriend. of with : (d) Writea storythatbegins ..." morning Monday "lt was likeany othernormal (e) Secrets.

KERTASSOALANTAMAT

NO. KADPENGENALAN / I.C UM B E R N ANGKA GILIRAN f INDE NUM B E R X

MAJLIS PENGETUASEKOLAH MALAYSIA CAWANGANPULAU PINANG

MODUL PENILAIAN SPM 2OI2
BAHASA INGGERIS
Kertas 2 September 2V+Iarn

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Dua jam lima belasminit

JANGAN BUKA MODUT INI SEHINGG,A. DIBERITAHU Arahan empot bahagian ; Bahagian A, Bahaginn B, Bahaginn C dan l. Modut ini mengand.ungi Bahagian D. 2. Jawab sernua bahagian dalam modul ini. 3. Soalan-soaland.alamBahagian A mempunyalempatpilihaniawapan. Jawab setiap soalan dengan menghitamkanruang yang betul di halaman 19. Instructions: of l. This module consists four sections: Section.A,,Sectlon B, Section C and Seetion D. 2. Answer all sectionsin this module. 3,.Questionsin SeetionA have four options. Answer each questianby blackening the correct spaceonpage 19.

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DearEditor The MedicalCentre. at an I havejust undergone operation Merdeka doctorsand nurseswere excellent. provided the surgeons, by careand attention However,I noticedvisitorsand patientssmokingin the stainivay to the between floors.The smokeseepedintothe ward causinga lot of discomfort patients aftersurgery recovering Patient Discharged

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A Gift From Mother Nature tree that grows in The pau d'arcotree is an evergreen the warm parts of Centraland South America.The pau properties. is used to lt d'arco herb has anti-inflammatory used in and eczema.lt is also sometimes treat dermatitis home remediestor Psoriasis.

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BLOOD DONATION DRIVE Little do people know that donating blood takes less than half an hour and every donation can save three lives. Donors must be healthy, weigh more than 45 kg and agedbetween 18 and 6o.

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FORSTAFFONLY RESERVED 7 A B the BESTexplains signabove? statements which of the following can Everyone Parkhere' hereis dangerous. Parking to You are advised Parkhere. for is Parking onlyallowed staff.

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SULIT passage. Questions9 - 15 are basedon thefollowing

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in I am a good swimmerbut I was powerless such a roughsea. One wave carried me fonvard g left me on the shorehalfdeadwith the amountof waterI had swallowed. towardsthe land, beforeanother 10 I had just enoughbreathleft to get up and by to me. I soonfoundthat it was impossible avoidbeingovertaken the sea. waveovertook 11 as a hill comingtowardsme. I wantedto try to swimwith it waveas I saw another even furtherup the beach. When it reachedme I was buriedto a depthof twentyfeet. I severaltimes' at and was carriedfonrvard high speed. This happened 12 held my to the untilat last I reached foot of a cliff: I managed climbto the top and there I sat, free 13 danger.

Therewas no trace I lookedaroundto see if I couldsee any signof my companions. that and I concluded they musthavebeendrowned. My heart of themto be seen I for was filledwith gratitude myself,a1d at the sametime sorrowfor my companions' was to have been savedfrom the ship' All so sorrythat not one of my companions 15 that I eversaw of themwas a cap,threehatsand two odd shoes' 2000.) Crusoe, (Adapted from Robinson

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16 Questions - 25 given,complete grapkic organiserbelow. the Usingthe information from the advertisement

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SULIT . Section C 125marksl passage' Questions26 - 31 are basedon the following 1

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when I was aboutsevenyearsold. My fatherhad a gardening | begangardening for manymemories time with my dad provided that | ;;F;J o"rt*itn. Spending business a cultivate garden me to nold onto afi"i n" pur."d away.tearning the skillsneededto lt neveroccurred in helpedme much-lai"1, iit" when it was time to raisemy own family' to helpme connect 5 tool wouldbe an important to me as I was gto;ing up thatgardening son,Tim,who hasautism' withmy eldest I beyondmy control, had my firstchildlatein life.I was 45 Dueto circumstances found out he had Angie,gave Uirtnto orr son. Withintwo years,We. when my wife, twojust likeany normal child.He was with as autism, my *1t""*ur"pregnant our second auiigm 10 I onlyknew.of autism' abouthim having year-old child,whichmademe sceptical of nothing the He.was and a"uting a childto be nonverbal unresponsive' beingsever", himto be more causing Tim beganlosinghis speech a sort.However few ironths later, were with me I wasn'tsure how to relateto him and feelingsof hopelessness frustrated. hour. everywaking whereI knew I had control'I had 15 a | beganspending lot of time in my garden, on and carro-ts othergreenvegetables that guartelacle of land'Angie rowsof tomatoes, be the type of child thatrruasalways I loved havingfresh produceon han-d. used to For television' a few years'Tim couldn't creatinitnings,not insidewatching outdoors with all the sightsand soundsthat he o"ingirtJo;rs. He didn'tfeel secure *iir.1 20 I "op" itreretore,all he wantedto do was watchcadoonson television' felt identify:. couldn,t to he continued stay in his worldand me in we were growingfurtheraparteveryday as mine.

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terms' andgardening morenewwordssuchas namesof the plants As he learned ableto learnnewwords He improved. was at a pointwherehe was not only his speech any them.He hardlyremembered of his learned able but alsomoreimportantly to retain seedswhenI intentionally amongthe various He wordsbefore. alsoknewthe difference 45 showed him a packet of mixed seeds. He took care of his plants by wateringand and to to relate theseplants him as.helearned I themwhenrequired. watched weeding that I was changing, I or as carefor-them if theywerepeople animals. beganto realise we is a choice make'Tim or to as well.He taughtmeihat relating something someone years.Later,he even knewwhichplants witninthe two had showna lot of improvement 50 growin our region. pictures him. for gardening bookswithcolourful simple Fromtimeto time,I bought that I was verypositive he wouldbe a lot andencouiagement, support Witnouiconstant alongwith in betterin yearsto come.We stillspendmany.hours the.gardentogether, -his my I At that moment, was unableto describe younger brother my wife, and sister. hadgonethrough' backof whatTim t tnougnt feelings'when our strongfamilybond. in of I startedseeingthe benefits gardening fostering lt as do thatwe regularly together a family. was other expanded-into activities Gardening stonefor Tim the but also provided stepping bridgeto a strongrelationship not only o.-ur to the it importantly, provided background ours.N4ore to comeout of his worldandJoin 60 children' amazing to father three a helpme become better ri h (Adapted from www. elium.com/sto es) 1, Fromparagraph whendidthe writerstartgardening? (1 mark)

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3, (a) Fromparagraph whichword meansrecognise? (1 mark) is (b) Fromparagraph4, what evidence thereto showthat Tim had madesignificant progress? (1 mark)

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to to (a) Fromparagraph givetwo piecesof evidence showthat Tim.tried connect 5, with his father. 1 Evidence : ('l mark) 2 Evidence : (1 mark)

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(1 mark) on given, writea summary the progressTim had made on 31 Based the passage after receivingtheraPY the will Credit be givenfor useof ownwordsbutcaremustbe takennotto change meaning. original

must: Yoursummary . . . form(notin noteform) writing be in continuous fromlines 23 - 50 usematerials than130words, includingthe 10 words givenbelow mustnotbe longer

yoursummary follows: as Begin After Tim hadreceivedthe therapy,he was able to'.' (15 marks)

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we As Malaysians, mustlivein peaceand harmony.Whatwouldyou do to promote peaceand harmony our country? in Givea reasonfor youranswer. A ctio n ...... : (1mark)

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The Curse StepBy WickedSteP CatchUs lf You Can

LeeSu Ann AnneFine MacPhail Catherine

chooseany one of the novelsaboveand answerthe questionbelow.

person as the The writerdescribes maincharacter a courageous that writeaboutsomeinstances show you havestudied, fromthe novelthat Usingthe details courage the character's [15 marks]

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Description Criteria of draft is Thela4Fuase entirelvaccurateapartfrom very,fuw:occasionalfirst slips. is ablato usevarious structureis variedand showsthat the'taad,id,ate S€ntence to a effect. typesof sentences achieve particular andis usedwith precision. Vocabularv wide is and helpfulto the reader. Punctirttion is accurate ' :: ,' 1 used. of Spelling accurate is acioss full range vocabulary the linked. haveunityand areappropriately Paragraphs well-planned, are with relevaRce. Thetopic is addressed consistent and throughout writing. the Theinterestof the readeris aroused sustained tone is appropriate informalbut polite.Thereaderis convinced Thestyleand for students. is that thisarticle meant school errorsareeitherminoror first draft slips. is occasional Thelanguage accurate: of with precision. to intended shades meaning Vocabulary wide enough convey is somecomplex of Sentences showsomevariation lengthandtype,including sentences. ' :' : is always accurate. Spefling nearly , and of having'unity are usually Paragraphs showsomeevidence planning, linked. appropriately Thepieceofwritingisre|evanttothetopicandtheinterestofther:qaderis the and throughout cornposition. aroused sustained for Thestyleandtone is informalandappropriate an article. iq Thelan*$e,qq lgr,Eely,apcqr,flIe. mayoccurwhen more Simple structures usedwithout error; mistakes are are sophisticated structures attempted. but intended meaning maylack precision. Vocabulary wideenough convey is to may and len6h but there is tendency Sentences showsomevarietyof structure givingit a monotonous effect. to useone typeof structure, is on structures accurate the wholebut errorsmayoccurin Punduationof simpte more corfiplex uses, for vocabulary. Spelling generally is accurate common or whichshowsomeunity,although linksmaybe absent Writtenin paragraphs Some and writingis relevant maylack but originality planning. inappropriate. The interestis aroused not sustained. but informality Thestyleandtone shows someattemptshavebeenmadeto achieve in an article thismaynot be sustained. but for to Thelanguagp sl+ffieienflv is accurate meaning comethrough. vocabulary and whensimple Therewill begatche3 claritvparticularly of structures used. are lengthandtype but this maynot be successful Thereis somevarietyof sentence interest. in enhancing meaning arousing or meaning. Punctuation generally is correctbut doesnot clariry

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* Nates to teachers: t Wlrcn tift@ is nmde,pronouns have to he changed accotdingly. contentpoint **ill be t Only peftalise the Jirstpaint with incarrect pronoun. Suhsequent awarded accordinglY, Marks for Style and Presentationare awarded basedon the averagesum total {to the nearest and Use of English. Annotate as follows; of rounded.fraction/decimal} ParephraEe = 5 Paraphrase = 4+ Use,of English

Content - 10 Language -*A+ 15 marks

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FOR DESCRIPTORS SUMMARY AND PRESETUTATION STYLE

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MARKS I pnRAPHBASE MARKS I UsE OF ENGLISH

5 Excellent

attemptto a sustained the rephrase text is expression secure from difficultphrases text maybe substituted

5 Excellent

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is language accurate occasionalerors structure sentence varied abilityto use marked syntax complex original punctuation accurate correct . spelling throughout
lan8ugge'iialmost alwaysaccurate .serioqs birors Will"be isolated sone variation of sgntences spellinglargelyaccurate

4 Good

noticeableattemPt to the text rephrase free from stretchesof lifting is expression generallY secure

4 Good ':. '

3 Fair

and intelligent selective liftingbut limited to attempts rephrase may expression not be always secure

3 Fair

? Unsatisfactory

total lifting of text but not a completetranscript to attempts substitute words for single but only more sections, irrelevant frequent''

Unsatisfactory : -

0-1 Poor

of the text no originality coPied sections irgelevant

o-1 Poor:

largely language accurate structures simple dominate not errors serious but noticeable frequent alwaYs nearly spelling accurate is'notin doubt meaning erforsmore serious frequent structures simple but accurate not maintained accurate spelling someirr'Eievant Parts heavY frequenryoferrors redding hhm'pers - "'"'"fractured syntax fra'gmented /

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CONTE}IT
relevant is Response consistently tothe s €Gi{ied and convincing t-tisk. is textualevide.rrce :plwided

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LAN6UAGE isacctlrate, -,,, ,: Languagc is ResponsC veql,'wel{+rganised

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4

is tanguage largelyaceurate Respneeis wellorganised *:'':,rMC*n$ngis nevsrirt :dbubtbut : ' errorsare becofiing:frequent is Responsefairlywell-organised

is development provided
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3

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