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PERSIDANGAN KEBANGSAAN PENGETUA-PENGETUA SEKOLAH MENENGAH MALAYSIA (PKPSM) CAWANGAN MELAKA DENGAN KERJASAMA JABATAN PELAJARAN MELAKA ____________________________________________________ PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAAN SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA 2010

BAHASA INGGERIS Kertas 1 Satu jam empat puluh lima minit

JANGAN BUKA KERTAS SOALAN INI SEHINGGA DIBERITAHU Arahan 1. 2. 3. Kertas soalan ini mengandungi dua bahagian: Bahagian A dan Bahagian B. Jawab kedua-dua bahagian. Anda dinasihati supaya mengambil masa 45 minit untuk menjawab soalan Bahagian A dan satu jam untuk Bahagian B.

Instructions 1. 2. 3. This question paper consists of two sections: Section A and Section B. Answer both sections. You are advised to spend 45 minutes on Section A and one hour on Section B.

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Section A : Directed Writing [35 marks]

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As a concerned teenager, you are worried about the increasing truancy problem in schools. Write a letter to a local newspaper stating the possible reasons for truancy and giving suggestions on how to overcome the problem. Use the following notes to write your letter. REASONS

Peer influence

Lack of attention from parents

Disinterest in learning

Stress

SUGGESTIONS

Monitoring by teachers

Have interesting school activities Send for counselling courses

Organize awareness campaigns

Hold motivational talks

Give warnings

Strict punishment

Dialogues with parents

When writing the letter, you must:  provide the following: sender’s address date salutation opening closing signature  use all the notes given Note: For your letter, you will receive up to 15 marks for the format and content points and up to 20 marks for the quality of your writing. 2

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Section B : Continuous Writing [50 marks] Write a composition of about 350 words on one of the following topics. 1 2 Describe an unforgettable person. Write a story ending: “… Thank goodness, I was all right.” Mobile phones benefit our lives. Do you agree? Things that I would do for my family. Teachers

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NO. KAD PENGENALAN I.C. NUMBER ANGKA GILIRAN/ INDEX NUMBER

1119/2 B.Inggeris Paper 2 September 1 1/4 jam PERSIDANGAN KEBANGSAAN PENGETUA-PENGETUA SEKOLAH MENENGAH MALAYSIA (PKPSM) CAWANGAN MELAKA DENGAN KERJASAMA JABATAN PELAJARAN MELAKA __________________________________________________ PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAAN SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA 2010 BAHASA INGGERIS Kertas 2 Satu jam lima belas minit JANGAN BUKA KERTAS SOALAN INI SEHINGGA DIBERITAHU Arahan 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Tulis nombor kad pengenalan dan angka giliran anda pada ruang yang disediakan. Kertas soalan ini mengandungi empat bahagian: Bahagian A, Bahagian B, Bahagian C dan Bahagian D. Jawab semua bahagian dalam kertas soalan ini. Soalan-soalan dalam Bahagian A mempunyai empat pilihan jawapan. Jawab setiap soalan dengan menghitamkan ruang yang betul di halaman 18. Anda dinasihati supaya mengambil masa 25 minit untuk menjawab soalan Bahagian A, 25 minit untuk Bahagian B, 50 minit untuk Bahagian C dan 35 minit untuk Bahagian D. Write your I.C. number and index number in the space provided. This question paper consists of four sections: Section A, Section B, Section C and Section D. Answer all sections in this question paper. Questions in Section A have four options. Answer each question by blackening the correct space on page 18. You are advised to spend about 25 minutes on Section A, 25 minutes on Section B, 50 minutes on Section C and 35 minutes on Section D.

Instructions

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Section A [15 marks]
Buy Data Supersaver Light Bulbs Saves 50% on energy

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Other features:
Gives as much light as an ordinary bulb Comes in several colours Comes in many shapes

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What is the most important feature of this product? A B C D Its shapes Its colour Its efficiency Its energy saving aspect VACANCIES FOR NURSES REQUIREMENTS:  Malaysian citizenship  Possess distinctions in English and Science  Not more than 23 years of age  Willing to work shift  Patient, polite and soft spoken

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To apply for the vacancy as a nurse, one must A B C D be 24 years old. work the whole day. pass English and Science. have a pleasant personality.

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When Mr. Wavering said “I lost her” he meant that his wife A B C D had died. had remarried. had lost her way. had played hide-and-seek.

Encik Jamal’s Monthly Budget Food (Groceries) RM 350.00 Entertainment Loan Repayment Health Children’s Expenses Transport (Fuel for two cars) Savings 4 From the table above, Encik Jamal spends A B C D the least on food. the most on loan repayment. more on transport than savings. more on entertainment than health RM 120.00 RM 850.00 RM 250.00 RM 300.00 RM 180.00 RM 200.00

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SUNRISE RESTAURANT Business Hours 12.00 p.m. – 3.00 p.m. 7.00 p.m. – 10.00 p.m. Open daily except Tuesdays

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The Sunrise Restaurant is open for business A B C D daily. on Tuesdays. from morning till night. during lunch and dinner time.

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The poster above tells us that we can A B C D wash our cars at Hospis Malaysia. participate in the Car Wash Day for free. help Hospis Malaysia by participating in the Car Wash Day. have a splashing charity drive by washing our own cars every day.

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AEON Melaka Safe All of us just cannot wait to go shopping at AEON Jusco. The Melaka Chief Minister said that members of the public need not worry about their safety when they visit the shopping complex once it opens its doors. The newest Jusco outlet in the country was supposed to open on 15 December last year but its grand opening had to be postponed due to an explosion that killed two workers. Well, we must have faith in our Chief Minister. Read the full news on page 14.

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According to the news report, AEON Melaka A B C D was closed for a year. will soon be open to the public. must wait another year before it opens its doors. had an explosion that killed members of the public.

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The word “ faith” in the text above can best be replaced with A B C D trust. respect. pride. dignity.

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Questions 9 – 15 are based on the following passage.

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How does a camel survive in the desert? Many people think that the camel stores water in its hump, but the hump is really made indicates good __10 9_ of fats. A firm and tall hump

while a soft and flabby one is a sign of weakness. 11 small

When a camel cannot find water, it passes less urine to conserve

amount of water it has in its body. Furthermore, the camel has a higher body temperature than that of most mammals. This means that it starts to 12 at a higher temperature

than human beings. __13 __, in man, the loss of water thickens the blood. This is __14 man needs water more frequently. These _ 15_ the reasons why a camel can go without water for up to thirty-four days at a time. Because of this, the camel is the chief means of travel in the desert.

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Section B [10 marks] Questions 16 – 25

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Read the information on the different tourist attractions and answer the questions that follow.

Cheng Ho Seafood Restaurant

Bukit Jalil Golf and Country Resort

This restaurant is a halal Chinese Muslim seafood eatery in Wangsa Maju. There are at least 140 types of seafood dishes ranging from Sweet Sour Salmon to Seafood Dimsum but their specialty is Butter-fried Lobsters with Jumbo Shrimps, served with Oriental dip.

Designed by Australian Max Wexler, the course boasts well-kept greens and challenging fairways. Besides golf, one can enjoy tennis, squash, badminton and bowling. A swimming pool and gym cater to the tourists who are health conscious.

Pulau Perhentian

Sam Poh Tong Temple

A diving attraction that is popular among Malaysians and international travellers alike, this beautiful island is surrounded by clear waters rich in marine life.

This is the biggest temple in the country. Impressive works of art are built into natural stalactites and stalagmites. A popular place for cave exploration.

Kuala Gula Sanctuary

Gunung Gading National Park

A must for nature-lovers and bird-watching enthusiasts. Learn more about the different types of birds and their behaviour. Enjoy the beautiful flora and fauna here.

The park is open to avid mountain climbers. The main attraction here is the Rafflesia, the biggest flower in the world. This is one of the best places in Borneo to see this rare and stinky flower.

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Questions 16 – 21

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Using the information on the different tourist attractions, suggest the most suitable place for the tourists to choose from. Write the names of the places in the boxes.

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Annie and her husband love to observe birds and their habits. Takashi wants to photograph the world’s largest bloom. En. Ahmad and his family want to taste authentic Chinese food. Mr. Johnson, who cares about his health, loves to play golf. Mr. Lim is a marine biologist who wants to study more about fish. Mr. Raman and his friends would like to explore caves.

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Questions 22 – 25 Using the information on the different tourist attractions, complete the sentences with suitable answers. 22 Diving is the main attraction in Pulau Perhentian as it is………………………… ...….……………………………………...…….…………………………. [1 mark] 23 The most popular dish at Cheng Ho Seafood Restaurant is ………………………. ……………..…………………………………………………………….. [1 mark] 24 Tourists going to Gunung Gading National Park must see ……………………… …………………………………………………………………………….[1 mark] 25 A golf enthusiast will go to Bukit Jalil and Country Resort because it has ……………………………………………………………….…………………… …………………………………………………………………………..... [1 mark]

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Section C [25 marks]

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Questions 26 – 31 are based on the following passage. The passage below describes how the writer and her sister escaped a shooting that broke out in her town. Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow. 1 “Hurry up children, your ong ngoai must be hungry by now,” Mother called out from the front room of our family home in Tay Ninh, Vietnam. She had carefully placed steamed rice, fried chicken and vegetables in each compartment of the lunch rack, all set to be delivered to ong ngoai, our grandfather. My father, a staff sergeant with the Philippine Air Force, worked as a surgical technician for eight years and had married Mother, a local girl. Because of his work, he was away from home for weeks at a time. Mother was a housewife who took great care of Trang and me. She gave us the daily noontime job of taking lunch to our grandfather, who lived alone in a small rented apartment. “Here, send the food to ong ngoai quickly. Be careful not to spill the food,” she added. I was six years old. Trang, my sister, who was eight years older, was helping me get dressed. I was excited at the thought of getting out of the house. Mother, ever-concerned, recited her list of reminders as she always did every day: “Stay on the side of the road. Look both ways before crossing the street. Don’t stop to talk to strangers. Come back straight to the house after you have delivered the food. Do not stop anywhere along the way. Run along now.” So hand in hand, with Trang carrying the lunch rack, we scurried one block down the road to our grandfather’s place. He was a retired judge and I was happy to see him every day. It was he who gave me my first cac (the equivalent of cents at that time). It was 1974 and war was spreading all over Vietnam, but in Tay Ninh life was peaceful and continued as usual. However, on that particular day, as Trang and I made our way to grandfather’s place, whizz! “Duck down!” Trang cried as we walked along. “Stay low and take cover!” Ratatatatat! Somewhere in the mountains just outside town, Vietcong soldiers fired their flying bullets down our path. I bent so low that I actually dragged my face along the ground as I ran. As we squatted at the side of the road, covering our heads, I started to worry about ong ngoai. He liked his food served hot. If we did not get there on time and his lunch turned cold - oh, I did not like the thought of it! I refused to let this outbreak of shooting slow us down. “Let’s just run for it!” I said. Trang suggested duckwalking down the road but it was not a good idea. After a few paces, my short little legs began cramping. We tried all the manoeuvres that could save our lives but nothing seemed to work. We were ready to sit things out until the shooting was over. Then I suddenly remembered. If we ever came under fire, our elders had told us time after time, we should run from side to side. “Bullets travel in a straight line,” they said. “Run in a zigzag.”

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So taking a deep breath, we set off again, running wildly back and forth across the road. After what seemed forever, the shooting ceased. “God Almighty be praised, the food is still warm,” was all I could say after we arrived at our grandfather’s apartment, completely unaware of the danger from which we had just escaped. Five cents awaited each of us! As an adult, I sometimes look back on that eventful day. I now know what my young mind could not understand then: it is impossible to go through life without hardship and struggles being thrown at you. They come when you least think they would, like when you are happily walking down a street and bullets start flying at you. You can try to avoid them all you want, but as long as you are alive, they will keep coming, from all directions. Sure, you might get wounded, but you just have to bandage your wounds, pick yourself up and start walking again.
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(a) From paragraph 1, what did the writer and her sister have to do every day at noon? ……………………………………….………………………………….......[1 mark] (b) From paragraph 3, what made the writer feel happy and enthusiastic? …………………………………………………………………………....... [1 mark]

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From paragraph 5, (a) which word has the same meaning as the word ‘hurried’? …………………………………………………………………………....... [1 mark] (b) how did the writer feel when she met her grandfather each day? …………………………………………………………………………....... [1 mark]

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From paragraph 6, (a) how was life in Tay Ninh different from the rest of Vietnam? .…………………………………………………………………………….. [1 mark] (b) what do you think had made the ‘whizz’ sound? .……………………………………………………………………………. [1 mark]

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From paragraph 12, what does the word ‘they’ in line 46 refer to? …………………………………………………………………………....... [1 mark]

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31 Based on the passage given, write a summary on:  the advice the writer’s mother gave her and her sister and  what the writer and her sister did during the shooting

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Credit will be given for use of own words but care must be taken not to change the original meaning. Your summary must  be in continuous writing (not in note form)  use materials from lines 10 to 40  not be longer than 130 words, including the 10 words given below Begin your summary as follows: The writer’s mother reminded her and her sister not to… [15 marks] ………………………………………………………………………………..…… …….……………………………………………………………………………… …..……….………………………………………………………………………… ………..……….…………………………………………………………………… ……………..……….……………………………………………………………… …………………..……….………………………………………………………… ……………………..………….…………………………………………………… ……………………………..……….……………………………………………… …………………………………..……….………………………………………… ………………………………………..…….……………………………………… …………………………………………..……….………………………………… ……………………………………………..………….…………………………… ……………………………………………………..……….……………………… …………………………………………………………..……….………………… ………………………………………………………………..……….…………… …………………………………………………………………..……….………… ……………………………………………………………………..………….…… ……………………………………………………………………………..………. 11

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Section D [25 marks] 32 Read the following poem Sonnet 18 and answer the questions that follow. Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate. Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May, And summer’s lease hath all too short a date: Sometime too hot the eye of heaven shines, And often is his gold complexion dimm’d; And every fair from fair sometimes declines, By chance, or nature’s changing course, untrimm’d; But thy eternal summer shall not fade Nor lose possession of that fair thou grow’st. Nor shall Death brag thou wand’rest in his shade, When in eternal lines to time thou grow’st. So long as men can breathe, or eyes can see, So long lives this, and this gives life to thee.

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William Shakespeare (a) What winds blow in May? ……………………………………………………….…………….... [1 mark] (b) What does the line “And every fair from fair sometimes declines” in line 7 means? ……………………………………….……………………………… [1 mark] (c) What does the phrase “eternal summer’ in line 9 refer to? ………………………………………………………………………. [1 mark] (d) Do you think beauty is important when choosing your life partner? Give a reason to support your answer. ………………………………………………………………………………… ………..………………………………………………………………………… ….…………………………………………………………………… [2 marks]

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Read the extract from the story The Drover’s Wife below and answer the questions that follow.

She brings the children in and makes them get on this table. They are two boys and two girls – mere babies. She gives them supper and then, before it gets dark, she goes into the house and snatches up some pillows and bedclothes – expecting to see or lay her hand on the snake at any minute. The woman finally decides to make the children sleep on the table in the kitchen.

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Name two things that the drover’s wife took from the house. (i) (ii) ……………………………………………………………….. [1 mark] ……………………………………………………………….. [1 mark]

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Give a word to describe the drover’s wife. …. ……………………………………………………………………. [1 mark]

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If you were one of the children, what two things would you do to help your mother in this situation? (i) ……………………………………………………………………. [1 mark] (ii) ……………………………………………………………………. [1mark]

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34 The following are the novels studied in the literature component in English Language. Jungle of Hope The Pearl The Return Keris Mas John Steinback K.S. Maniam

Choose any one of the novels above and answer the question below. Choose a character from a novel you have studied, and describe a dream that he or she had. Describe three things that he or she did to achieve that dream. Support your answer with close reference to the text. [15 marks] …….………………………………………………………………………………………... …….……………………………………………………………………………………….. …….………………………………………………………………………………………... ……….…………………………………………………………………………………….. ……………………………………………………………………………………………… ……..………………………………………………………………………………………. ……………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………… . 15

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FOR SECTION A

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Blacken only one space for each question. If you wish to change your answer, erase the blackened mark that you have made. Then blacken the space for the new answer. EXAMPLE:

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1119/1 B.Inggeris Paper 2 September

PERSIDANGAN KEBANGSAAN PENGETUA-PENGETUA SEKOLAH MENENGAH MALAYSIA (PKPSM) CAWANGAN MELAKA DENGAN KERJASAMA JABATAN PELAJARAN MELAKA __________________________________________________ PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAAN SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA 2010

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Section A: Directed Writing (35 marks) Format Content Point Language Total : A . 3 marks 12 marks 20 marks 35 marks

CONTENT (15 marks) Format: 3 marks Award 1 mark each: F1 F2 F3 Sender’s address and date Salutation and opening Closing and signature

Content Points:

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Award one mark each for each content used appropriately. Do not award marks for mere mention of key words. C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 C11 C12 Peer influence Lack of attention from parents Disinterest in learning Stress Monitoring by teachers Have interesting school activities Organize awareness campaigns Hold motivational talks Give warnings Send for counselling courses Strict punishment Dialogues with parents

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LANGUAGE (20 marks)

Band & Mark Range                     C 13 - 15              

Description of Criteria Language - accurate with only occasional first draft slips Sentence structures - varied Vocabulary - wide and precise Punctuation - accurate Spelling - accurate Paragraphs - have unity and are well-linked Style - relevant to an article Tone – appropriate Language - almost always accurate with more first draft slips Errors - found in more complex structures Sentences - some variation in length and type (with some complex structures) Vocabulary - wide enough Punctuation - almost always accurate Spelling - almost always accurate Paragraphs - linked and show some unity Style - relevant and informative Tone – appropriate Language - largely accurate Simple structures - used without errors. Mistakes occur in more complex structures Sentences - some variety of length and type but some repetitive structures give a monotonous effect Vocabulary - adequate Punctuation - generally accurate Paragraphs – have some unity but links may be absent or inappropriate Style - quite relevant and informative Tone - still appropriate Language - sufficiently accurate Sentence structures - Patches of clarity seen in simple structures Mistakes in more complex structures Vocabulary - adequate but lacks precision Punctuation - generally correct Spelling mistakes - may be found in unfamiliar words Paragraphs - show some unity Style - relevant and informative but may not be sustained Tone - may not always be appropriate for an article

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B 16 - 18

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  E 7-9                       

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U (ii) 2-3

U (iii) 0-1

Meaning - never in doubt Single word errors - sufficiently frequent and serious to hamper reading and precision Sentence structures - mainly simple but accuracy is not sustained Vocabulary - limited Punctuation - sometimes not correct Spelling mistakes - found in more difficult words Paragraphs - do not show unity and links are incorrectly used Style and tone - may not be relevant or informative Meaning - fairly clear Single word errors - numerous and impede reading A few simple structures - used accurately Vocabulary - very limited Punctuation - sometimes used correctly Spelling errors - more frequent Style and tone - may not be appropriate for an article Sense - decipherable Content - generally comprehensible Some errors - multiple in nature Maybe only one or two accurate sentences Style and tone - hidden by too many errors Errors - mostly multiple in nature (meaning is not clear) Structures - distorted and ambiguous Whole sections may make no sense at all Award ‘1’ mark if some sense can be obtained Award ‘0’ mark if the article makes no sense at all from beginning to end

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1 2 The assessment of the candidate’s response will be based on impression. The examiner shall read and re-read the response carefully and at the same time underline for gross or minor errors or put in omission marks (^) where such errors occur. The examiner should also mark for good vocabulary or expressions by putting a merit tick (√) at the end of such merits. The examiner shall fit the candidate’s response against the most appropriate band having most of the criteria as found in the band. The examiner may have to refer to upper or lower bands to the band already chosen to BEST FIT the student’s response to the most appropriate band. The marks from the band decided on for the script also depend on the number of criteria that are found in the script. Justify the band and marks given, if necessary, by commenting on the strengths and weaknesses of the candidate’s response, using the criteria found in the band.

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Band & Mark range            B 38 – 43            

Description of Criteria Language - entirely accurate, with occasional first draft slips Sentence structures - varied Vocabulary - wide and precise Punctuation - accurate and helpful Spelling - entirely accurate Paragraphs - well-planned, unified and linked Topic - consistently relevant Interest - aroused and sustained throughout writing Language - accurate, with occasional minor errors Sentences of some varied lengths and types, some complex sentences Vocabulary - wide enough to show shades of intended meaning with some precision Punctuation - almost always accurate Spelling - nearly always accurate Paragraphs with some evidence of planning, unity and appropriately linked Interest - mostly aroused and sustained Language - largely accurate Simple structures – free of errors; errors with more ambitious structures Vocabulary - wide enough to convey meaning but lack precision Punctuation in simple sentences - accurate, with errors in more complex sentences Simple words - spelt correctly but misspelt when used with more sophisticated words Paragraphs - used with some unity or at times not unified or inappropriately linked Writing - relevant but lacks originality and planning Some interest aroused but not sustained

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U (i) 14 – 19

U (ii) 8 – 13

U (iii) 0–7

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Language - sufficiently accurate, communicates clearly Simple structures and vocabulary, with patches of clear, accurate language Some variety of sentence types and length but purpose is not clearly seen Vocabulary - usually adequate to show intended meaning but not developed to precision Paragraphs - show some unity Punctuation - generally correct but does not clarify meaning Spelling of simple words - correct but more errors occur Writing of some relevance but lacking in liveliness and interest value Meaning - never in doubt Errors - sufficiently frequent and serious to hamper reading Simple structures - some accurate but unlikely to sustain accuracy for long Vocabulary - limited, too simple or more ambitious but imperfectly understood Simple words - spelt correctly but with frequent mistakes in spelling and punctuation Paragraphs - lack unity or haphazardly arranged Some relevance, but partially treated High incidence of linguistic errors distract from merits of content in composition Meaning - fairly clear High incidence of errors impede reading Vocabulary - many serious errors of various kinds, mainly single-word type, but could be corrected without rewriting Sentences - very few accurate ones Sentences - simple but often repetitive Errors - frequently causing blurring Punctuation - used correctly, also with sentence separation errors Paragraphs - lack unity or no paragraphs at all Some sense, with multiple word errors Requires re-reading before being understood Only a few accurate simple sentences Content - comprehensible Incidence of linguistic error - high Meaning - blurred Far short of required length Almost entirely impossible to read Whole sections make little or no sense at all Occasional patches of clarity (marks awarded) Vocabulary - simple words used Frequent errors cause blurring “0” for scripts with no sense from beginning till the end

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PERSIDANGAN KEBANGSAAN PENGETUA-PENGETUA SEKOLAH MENENGAH MALAYSIA (PKPSM) CAWANGAN MELAKA DENGAN KERJASAMA JABATAN PELAJARAN MELAKA __________________________________________________ PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAAN SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA 2010

BAHASA INGGERIS Kertas 2

PERATURAN PEMARKAHAN

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2 Section A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 D D A B D C B A B A C D C B B

Section B
16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Kuala Gula Sanctuary Gunung Gading National Park Cheng Ho Seafood Restaurant Bukit Jalil Golf and Country Resort Pulau Perhentian Sam Poh Tong Temple surrounded by clear waters rich in marine life

Butter-fried Lobsters with Jumbo Shrimps, served with Oriental dip. Rafflesia (the biggest flower in the world) well-kept greens and challenging fairways

Section C 26 (a) (b) take lunch to their grandfather (who lived alone in a rented apartment). The thought of getting out of the house

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(a) scurried (b) (She was) happy to see him. (a) Life was peaceful (and continued as usual). (b) (The Vietcong soldiers’) bullets (a) Five cents (b) Hardship and struggles Accept any reasonable answer. Award either 0 mark or 2 marks. If answer is only ‘Yes’ or ‘No’, award 0 mark.

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Content Each point is awarded 1 mark. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 spill the food stay on the side of the road look both ways before crossing the street. do not stop to talk to strangers. come back straight to the house after they have delivered the food. do not stop anywhere along the way. ducked down / stayed low and took cover bent so low (that she actually dragged her face along the ground) as she ran squatted at the side of the road covered their heads duckwalked down the road tried all the manoeuvres that could save their lives ran from side to side / ran in a zigzag / ran wildly back and forth across the road

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Mark Paraphrase 5 - Sustained attempt to rephrase text - Expression is secure

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- Noticeable attempt to rephrase text - Free from stretches of concentrated lifting

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- Intelligent & selective lifting - Limited attempt to rephrase text - Expression may not always be secure

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- Wholesale copying of text material - Originality is barely noticeable

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- Complete transcript of the text 1 - Originality is barely noticeable - Mindless copying of the text - Irrelevant sections of the text are included Award 0 when candidates copy totally from outside the prescribed text.

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Use of English - Language is accurate - Occasional errors - Sentence structure is varied - Marked ability to use original complex syntax - Punctuation is accurate - Spelling is secure - Language is almost always accurate - Serious errors are isolated - Some original syntax and sentence variety - Punctuation is generally accurate - Spelling is nearly always secure - Language is largely accurate - Simple structures dominate - Serious erros are not frequent but noticeable - Sentences are generally lifted from the text - Punctuation is largely accurate - Spelling is mostly secure - Serious errors are frequent - Accuracy is not sustained for long - Simple punctuation is correct - Irrelevant/distorted detail will destroy the sequence in places - Heavy frequency of serious errors - Fractured syntax

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5 Section D 32 a) b) c) d) Rough / strong (winds) Beauty will fade over time the woman’s beauty Accept any suitable answer. *Award either 0 mark or 2 marks. If answer is only ‘Yes’ or ‘No’, award 0 mark. Accept response if yes/no answer is implied.

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Please refer to the band descriptors below before deciding which band BEST FITS the mark for CONTENT.

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BAND DESCRIPTORS The response contains a majority of the following :  Response – relevant to specified task  Dream and what character did – well supported and linked with evidence/knowledge from text  Main and supporting ideas – relevant to specified task  Ideas – clearly presented, well-organised and easily understood The response contains a majority of the following :  Response – relevant to the task  Dream and what character did – usually supported and linked with knowledge/evidence from text  Mains and supporting ideas – mostly relevant to specified task  Ideas – clear and can be understood The response contains a majority of the following :  Response – intermittently relevant to specified task  Dream and what character did – supported and linked with some knowledge or evidence to specified task  Ideas – some are relevant to the specified task  Ideas – generally clear, can be understood but lack organisation The response contains a majority of the following :  Response – barely relevant to specified task  Dream and what character did – unlikely identified or even when identified, not likely to be linked to the text  Ideas – hardly relevant to specified task  Ideas – difficult to understand      No understanding of task requirement Disorganised writing – incoherent; ideas – irrelevant to the specified task Response in language other than English No response Response – not related to the novel

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USE OF LANGUAGE Language – accurate, with very occasional slips Occasional minor errors, first draft slips Sentence structure – varied Punctuation – accurate and helpful Spelling – secure throughout response

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Language – almost always accurate Sentences – some variation Punctuation – accurate and generally helpful Spelling – nearly always secure

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Language – largely accurate Simple structures dominate Serious errors – not frequent although noticeable Serious errors with sophisticated structures Punctuation – largely accurate Spelling – mostly secure

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Meaning – not in doubt Serious errors – becoming more frequent Simple structures – accurate but not sustained Simple punctuation, usually correct, with occasional separation errors Spelling – largely accurate but mistakes with more difficult words

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Serious errors – heavy frequency, impeding reading Fractured syntax – more pronounced, with punctuation faltering Sentence separation errors – frequent

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1119/1 B.Inggeris Kertas 1 September 1 3/4 jam

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PERSIDANGAN KEBANGSAAN PENGETUA-PENGETUA SEKOLAH MENENGAH MALAYSIA (PKPSM) CAWANGAN MELAKA DENGAN KERJASAMA JABATAN PELAJARAN MELAKA ____________________________________________________ PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAAN SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA 2010

BAHASA INGGERIS Kertas 1 Satu jam empat puluh lima minit

JANGAN BUKA KERTAS SOALAN INI SEHINGGA DIBERITAHU Arahan 1. 2. 3. Kertas soalan ini mengandungi dua bahagian: Bahagian A dan Bahagian B. Jawab kedua-dua bahagian. Anda dinasihati supaya mengambil masa 45 minit untuk menjawab soalan Bahagian A dan satu jam untuk Bahagian B.

Instructions 1. 2. 3. This question paper consists of two sections: Section A and Section B. Answer both sections. You are advised to spend 45 minutes on Section A and one hour on Section B.

Kertas soalan ini mengandungi 3 halaman bercetak

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Section A : Directed Writing [35 marks]

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As the atheletics captain of your school, you have been asked to write an article for the school magazine about the benefits of co-curricular activities.

Use the following notes to write your article.      

can make friends instill leadership qualities spend time usefully learn and practise values like teamwork acquire new skills and talent help in university entry

When writing your article, you must:    

provide a title include your name write in paragraphs use and elaborate all the notes given

Note: For your article, you will receive up to 15 marks for the format and content points and up to 20 marks for the quality of your writing.

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Section B : Continuous Writing [50 marks] Write a composition of about 350 words on one of the following topics. 1 2 Describe an unforgettable event. Write a story beginning with: “I am so glad to see you...” Living in the city – good or bad? My favourite time of the year Movies KERTAS SOALAN TAMAT

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Nama: ________________________________________

NO. KAD PENGENALAN I.C. NUMBER ANGKA GILIRAN/ INDEX NUMBER

1119/2 B.Inggeris Paper 2 September 1 1/4 jam PERSIDANGAN KEBANGSAAN PENGETUA-PENGETUA SEKOLAH MENENGAH MALAYSIA (PKPSM) CAWANGAN MELAKA DENGAN KERJASAMA JABATAN PELAJARAN MELAKA __________________________________________________ PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAAN SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA 2010 BAHASA INGGERIS Kertas 2 Satu jam lima belas minit JANGAN BUKA KERTAS SOALAN INI SEHINGGA DIBERITAHU Arahan 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Tulis nombor kad pengenalan dan angka giliran anda pada ruang yang disediakan. Kertas soalan ini mengandungi empat bahagian: Bahagian A, Bahagian B, Bahagian C dan Bahagian D. Jawab semua bahagian dalam kertas soalan ini. Soalan-soalan dalam Bahagian A mempunyai empat pilihan jawapan. Jawab setiap soalan dengan menghitamkan ruang yang betul di halaman 18. Anda dinasihati supaya mengambil masa 25 minit untuk menjawab soalan Bahagian A, 25 minit untuk Bahagian B, 50 minit untuk Bahagian C dan 35 minit untuk Bahagian D. Write your I.C. number and index number in the space provided. This question paper consists of four sections: Section A, Section B, Section C and Section D. Answer all sections in this question paper. Questions in Section A have four options. Answer each question by blackening the correct space on page 18. You are advised to spend about 25 minutes on Section A, 25 minutes on Section B, 50 minutes on Section C and 35 minutes on Section D.

Instructions

________________________________________________________________________ Kertas soalan ini mengandungi 18 halaman bercetak

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Section A [15 marks]

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FRUITS SOLD ON TWO DIFFERENT DAYS BY A LOCAL MARKET
70 60 50 Kilogrammes 40 30 20 10 0 Papaya Papayas Star fruit Starfruits Mangoes Mangoes Oranges Oranges Types of fruits Day 1 Day 2

TYPES OF FRUITS

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Based on the bar chart, which fruit did customers buy the least? A B C D Papayas Starfruits Oranges Mangoes

Weather Forecast Peninsular Malaysia (7 a.m. – 7 p.m.)
A.M. Cloudy with occasional heavy rain over Melaka, Johor and Negeri Sembilan. Cloudy with thunderstorms in Penang, Kedah, Perlis, Perak and Selangor. Elsewhere fair. P.M. 2 Fair and sunny over all states.

What type of weather will you be experiencing if you were in Johor in the afternoon? A B C D Stormy Cloudy Sunny Rainy 2

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City Shopping Centre
Service upon Request
First Aid Baby Stroller Kiddy Car Wheel Chair Facsimile (10 a.m. – 2 p.m.) Baby Room Prayer Room for Muslims Disabled-friendly Toilets

Call our helpline at 1-300-80-3535 for inquiries and service (9 a.m. - 9 p.m.) or book any of these facilities with the information counter (10 a.m. - 10 p.m.)

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Based on the notice above, we can A B C D call the helpline anytime. book the service at the information counter. book the facsimile from 10.00 p.m. to 2.00 a.m. call the information counter from 10.00 a.m. to 10.00 p.m.

Dear Buddy,    When I was very young, my uncle played a joke on me. Hiding behind the  attic door, he pushed me in and switched off the lights outside. I was so  frightened  that  I  developed  a  fear  of  darkness  from  then  on.  How  can  I  overcome this fear now?                       Timid girl,                       Merlimau 

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What is the problem faced by Timid Girl? A B C D Frightening others Being young Playful uncle Dark places

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5 From the letter, we know that Timid Girl’s uncle was A B C D brave. loving. frightening. mischievous.

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Yummy! Durians! I wouldn’t miss them for the world! Hey, watch your step! Durians have sharp thorns.

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The phrase “ Watch your step!” means the boy should A B C D be careful. not eat durians. walk elsewhere not step on the durians.

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The sentence that best explains the above sign is A B C D vehicles may enter this area if they have permission to do so. all vehicles except taxis are allowed to enter this road. vehicle owners enter this area at their own risk. all vehicles cannot enter this road.

MOST POPULAR NOVELS IN 2009
TYPES OF NOVELS Romance Thriller Horror Science fiction 8 From the table, we know that A B C D few people like horror novels. most people enjoy reading thrillers. science fiction is read the most. romance novels are the most popular. Percentage 25 40 20 15

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Questions 9 – 15 are based on the following passage.

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How do we cook instant noodles? Normally, we put the noodles into a pot ____9___ water. After that, we will put in the seasoning and let 10 cook for about three minutes before they are ready to be 11 . By doing this, we will boil the ingredients in the seasoning containing monosodium glutamate. The process will change the molecular 12 of the monosodium glutamate causing it to be toxic. The noodles are also coated with wax and it will take about four to five days for the body to excrete it after you have taken the noodles. Now, here is the correct method of cooking instant noodles. First, boil the noodles in a pot of water. Once the noodles are cooked, _13 _ them from the pot and pour away the water which contains the wax. 14 , boil another pot of water and put the noodles into this boiling water before _ 15_ off the stove. Only at this stage when the fire has been put out do you put in the ingredients with the powder into the hot instant noodle soup. 9 A B C D 10 A B C D 11 A B C D 12 A B C D in off with from it its them they ate eat eaten eating type building structure framework 6 15 14 13 A B C D A B C D A B C D remove removes removed removing Next Instead Otherwise Alternatively switching shutting turning pressing

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Section B [10 marks] Questions 16 – 25 Read the following information and answer the questions that follow.

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PETROMAS PRIVILEGE CARD CAR CRAZE CONTEST 2010
It’s

BIG , it’s CRAZY!
HERE’S HOW TO WIN

We’re giving away four different cars in four months. Just use your Privilege Card with any purchase at PETROMAS service stations nationwide and you could drive home a winner. There are other great prizes too worth up to RM 50,000 each month. Drive to a PETROMAS service station near you today. You’d be crazy to miss this opportunity!      This contest is open to all Malaysians and permanent residents of Malaysia, 18 years and above. A minimum purchase of RM40 with use of Privilege Card automatically qualifies you for this contest. All completed contest forms must be dropped into the Contest drop boxes at any PETROMAS Service Station nationwide. Contest ends 30 December 2010 This contest is divided into two (2) categories: i) Early Bird Contest Prizes: RM10,000 and 100,000 Privilege Card Points (5 winners monthly) RM1,000 and 10,000 Privilege Card Points (5 winners fortnightly) RM100 and 1,000 Privilege Card Points (10 winners weekly) ii) Grand Contest Grand Prize: A brand new Exora MPV CAR CRAZE CONTEST 2010 1 September – 30 December 2010 7

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Questions 16 – 25 Based on the information given, complete the diagram below.

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ORGANISER 16 ___________________________ DURATION 17 ___________________________

CLOSING DATE 18 _____________________________ MINIMUM AGE OF PARTICIPANTS 19 _____________________________

CONTEST CATEGORIES 20 _____________________________ 21 _____________________________ Privilege Card Car Craze Contest 2010

ENTRY QUALIFICATION 22_____________________________

PRIZES OFFERED EVERY WEEK 24 ____________________________ _______________________________ GRAND PRIZE OFFERED 25 ____________________________ _______________________________

______________________________ WHERE TO SEND CONTEST FORMS 23 __________________________ ___________________________

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Section C [25 marks]

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Questions 26 – 31 are based on the following passage. The passage below describes how Erma Mata struggled to get treatment for her son. Read the passage carefully and answer the questions that follow. 1 2 “Momma, I’m going to die,” the boy whispered, lying on his bed in the children’s ward of the Philippine General Hospital. “No, darling, you’ll be okay,” his mother murmured, stroking his brow. Erma Mata and her husband had spent everything they had to get help for the incurable blood disease that was eating up their son’s body. Nearly nine years old, Caesar Mata weighed 30 pounds and stood three feet two inches tall. Doctors had given him only a few more years to live. Caesar had always seemed small for his age. His stomach was bloated out of proportion to his tiny arms and legs, and sometimes he had problems urinating. But he never complained. Like his mother Erma, Caesar was quiet and determined. Then, after his fourth birthday in 1978, the boy grew sickly pale. “You must take him to a Manila hospital right away,” a local doctor warned Erma. That night, Erma cried as she broke the news to her husband, Marco. They had only eight pesos, about US$1, and the Manila hospital was 210 miles away. Erma and Marco borrowed some money and they then hitched a ride to Manila with an uncle in a borrowed truck. Doctors at the hospital identified Caesar’s problem: thalassemia, a genetic disorder that disrupts the production of haemoglobin and causes severe anaemia. The long words meant nothing to Erma, but she understood what the doctors said next: There is no cure for the disease. “There is nothing we can do except give your son blood transfusions whenever his haemoglobin count falls dangerously low,” they told her. However, there would be complications. Iron, an essential ingredient for the formation of haemoglobin, would build up in Caesar’s body because of the frequent transfusions, slowing down his growth and eventually damaging his heart, liver and endocrine system. Patients with severe thalassemia rarely lived beyond their teens. “Don’t worry,” Erma told Caesar as they boarded a crowded bus for the long ride home. “God will take care of us.” In the privacy of her own thoughts, she was less certain. Every six to twelve weeks for the next few years, Erma and Caesar made the 420-mile round trip to Manila for life-saving blood transfusions. Erma begged for passes from the National Railway and a bus company. One day, she walked for hours to Malacanang, the presidential palace. Her pleas to a palace secretary earned her a red card that allowed free laboratory tests for Caesar at government hospitals. All across Manila, Erma knocked on doors and stood in hallways. Word of her quest touched the heart of a newspaper editor. “Caesar is not even aware that death is coming closer to him,” read a story on June 15, 1979. The newspaper also published a picture of Caesar looking sad and pitiful.

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A television celebrity who read about Caesar’s illness visited Caesar in the hospital, bringing him gifts and helping his mother with money for expenses. Another lady who was a secretary in a government department was moved too. She helped Erma to find a job in the tax office near her home. Two years later, Caesar’s health worsened. Doctors at the Philippine General Hospital considered removing his spleen, but he was too tiny and weak. Watching her son suffering on a hospital bed, Erma decided to write to the president of the United States to ask for help. Finally, in late 1993, Erma received a letter from a children’s hospital in Memphis, Tennessee informing her that the hospital was willing to treat Caesar for free, and could provide air transportation within the United States as well as accommodation in Memphis. The excited Erma contacted her celebrity friend who arranged free airplane tickets for the mother and son. In the summer of 1994, their plane touched down in the USA. Caesar, almost 20, was just over four feet tall but his spirits were high as he and his mother walked into the children’s hospital. (Adapted from Reader’s Digest, July 1998)

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From paragraph 1, what did the patient think would happen to him? ……………………………………….………………………………….......[1 mark]

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From paragraph 2, who does the word ‘their’ in line 5 refer to? …………………………………………………………………………....... [1 mark]

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From paragraph 3, how was Caesar similar to his mother Erma? ……………………………………….…………………………………...... [1 mark]

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From paragraph 4, give evidence to prove that Erma and her husband were poor. ……………………………………….…………………………………...... [1 mark]

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From paragraph 5, which word has the same meaning as the word ‘serious’? ……………………………………….………………………………………....... [1 mark]

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From paragraph 6, state two ways how too much iron could harm Caesar’s health. (i) …………………………………………………………………….......... [1 mark] (ii)………………………………………………………………………….. [1 mark]

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31 Based on the passage given, write a summary on:  what Erma did to help her son and  how others helped her

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Read the following stanzas of The Road Not Taken and answer the questions that follow. Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveller, long I stood And looked down one as far as I could To where it bent in the undergrowth; Then took the other, as just as fair, And having perhaps the better claim, Because it was grassy and wanted wear; Though as for the passing there Had worn them really about the same, And both that morning equally lay In leaves no step had trodden black. Oh, I kept the first for another day! Yet knowing how way leads on to way, I doubted if I should ever come back. I shall be telling this with a sigh Somewhere ages and ages hence: Two roads diverged in a wood, and I I took the one less travelled by And that had made all the difference. Robert Frost (a) What do the two roads represent? ……………………………………………………….…………….... [1 mark] (b) From the second stanza, which word suggests that one road had not been used much? …………………………………………….………………………… [1 mark] (c) What is meant by ‘equally lay’ in stanza 3? ………………………………………………………………………. [1 mark] (d) Would you choose a road that seems more challenging? Give a reason for your answer. ………..………………………………………………………………..…… .…………………………………………….…………..…………... [2 marks] 13

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Read the extract from the story Looking For A Rain God below and answer the questions that follow.

Only the children, Neo and Boseyong, were quite happy in their little girl world. They carried on with their game of making house like their mother and chattered to each other in light, soft tones. They made children from sticks around which they tied rags and scolded them severely in an exact imitation of their own mother. Their voices could be heard scolding the day long: …

(a)

How did the two girls feel in spite of the situation around them? …….…………………………………………………………….. [1 mark]

(b)

What did the two girls do in their little girls’ world? (i) ………………………………………………………………. [1 mark] (ii) ………………………………………………………………. [1 mark]

(c)

If the two young girls had been boys, do you think they would have been killed? Give a reason to support your answer. ……………………………………………………………………..……… ………..…………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………….. [2 marks]

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The following are the novels studied in the literature component in English Language.

Jungle of Hope The Pearl The Return

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Keris Mas John Steinback K.S. Maniam

Choose any one of the novels above and answer the question below. Choose an important moral lesson that you have learnt from the novel and describe how it affects a character in the novel. Support your answer with close reference to the text. [15 marks] …….……………………………………………………………………………………………. …….……………………………………………………………………………………………. ……….…………………………………………………………………………………………. ………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ……..…………………………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ………………………………………………………………………………………………….. ………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 15

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Blacken only one space for each question. If you wish to change your answer, erase the blackened mark that you have made. Then blacken the space for the new answer. EXAMPLE:

▬A▬ =B= =C=
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 =A= =A= =A= =A= =A= =A= =A= =A= =B= =B= =B= =B= =B= =B= =B= =B= =C= =C= =C= =C= =C= =C= =C= =C= =D= =D= =D= =D= =D= =D= =D= =D=

=D=

9 10 11 12 13 14 15

=A= =A= =A= =A= =A= =A= =A=

=B= =B= =B= =B= =B= =B= =B=

=C= =C= =C= =C= =C= =C= =C=

=D= =D= =D= =D= =D= =D= =D=

For examiner’s use Section 15 10 25 25 75 Marks

A B C D Total 18

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PERSIDANGAN KEBANGSAAN PENGETUA-PENGETUA SEKOLAH MENENGAH MALAYSIA (PKPSM) CAWANGAN MELAKA DENGAN KERJASAMA JABATAN PELAJARAN MELAKA __________________________________________________ PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAAN SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA 2010

BAHASA INGGERIS Kertas 1

PERATURAN PEMARKAHAN

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Section A: Directed Writing (35 marks)

Format Content Point Language Total

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3 marks 12 marks 20 marks 35 marks

A

CONTENT (15 marks) Format: 3 marks

Award 1 mark each: F1 Title F2 Name (if signature only, the name must be legible) F3 Paragraphing

Content Points: 12 marks Award one mark each for each content used appropriately. Do not award marks for mere mention of key words.

C1 E1 C2 E2 C3 E3 C4 E4 C5 E5 C6 E6

can make friends Elaboration of C1 instill leadership qualities Elaboration of C2 spend time usefully Elaboration of C3 learn and practise values like teamwork Elaboration of C4 acquire new skills and talent Elaboration of C5 help in university entry Elaboration of C6

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3 B LANGUAGE (20 marks)

Band & Mark Range                     C 13 - 15              

Description of Criteria Language - accurate with only occasional first draft slips Sentence structures - varied Vocabulary - wide and precise Punctuation - accurate Spelling - accurate Paragraphs - have unity and are well-linked Style - relevant to an article Tone – appropriate Language - almost always accurate with more first draft slips Errors - found in more complex structures Sentences - some variation in length and type (with some complex structures) Vocabulary - wide enough Punctuation - almost always accurate Spelling - almost always accurate Paragraphs - linked and show some unity Style - relevant and informative Tone – appropriate Language - largely accurate Simple structures - used without errors. Mistakes occur in more complex structures Sentences - some variety of length and type but some repetitive structures give a monotonous effect Vocabulary - adequate Punctuation - generally accurate Paragraphs – have some unity but links may be absent or inappropriate Style - quite relevant and informative Tone - still appropriate Language - sufficiently accurate Sentence structures - Patches of clarity seen in simple structures Mistakes in more complex structures Vocabulary - adequate but lacks precision Punctuation - generally correct Spelling mistakes - may be found in unfamiliar words Paragraphs - show some unity Style - relevant and informative but may not be sustained Tone - may not always be appropriate for an article

A 19 - 20

B 16 - 18

D 10 – 12

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4   E 7-9                        Meaning - never in doubt Single word errors - sufficiently frequent and serious to hamper reading and precision Sentence structures - mainly simple but accuracy is not sustained Vocabulary - limited Punctuation - sometimes not correct Spelling mistakes - found in more difficult words Paragraphs - do not show unity and links are incorrectly used Style and tone - may not be relevant or informative Meaning - fairly clear Single word errors - numerous and impede reading A few simple structures - used accurately Vocabulary - very limited Punctuation - sometimes used correctly Spelling errors - more frequent Style and tone - may not be appropriate for an article Sense - decipherable Content - generally comprehensible Some errors - multiple in nature Maybe only one or two accurate sentences Style and tone - hidden by too many errors Errors - mostly multiple in nature (meaning is not clear) Structures - distorted and ambiguous Whole sections may make no sense at all Award ‘1’ mark if some sense can be obtained Award ‘0’ mark if the article makes no sense at all from beginning to end

U (i) 4–6

U (ii) 2-3

U (iii) 0-1

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5 Section B: Continuous Writing (50 marks)
1 2 The assessment of the candidate’s response will be based on impression. The examiner shall read and re-read the response carefully and at the same time underline for gross or minor errors or put in omission marks (^) where such errors occur. The examiner should also mark for good vocabulary or expressions by putting a merit tick (√) at the end of such merits. The examiner shall fit the candidate’s response against the most appropriate band having most of the criteria as found in the band. The examiner may have to refer to upper or lower bands to the band already chosen to BEST FIT the student’s response to the most appropriate band. The marks from the band decided on for the script also depend on the number of criteria that are found in the script. Justify the band and marks given, if necessary, by commenting on the strengths and weaknesses of the candidate’s response, using the criteria found in the band.

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Band & Mark range            B 38 – 43            

Description of Criteria Language - entirely accurate, with occasional first draft slips Sentence structures - varied Vocabulary - wide and precise Punctuation - accurate and helpful Spelling - entirely accurate Paragraphs - well-planned, unified and linked Topic - consistently relevant Interest - aroused and sustained throughout writing Language - accurate, with occasional minor errors Sentences of some varied lengths and types, some complex sentences Vocabulary - wide enough to show shades of intended meaning with some precision Punctuation - almost always accurate Spelling - nearly always accurate Paragraphs with some evidence of planning, unity and appropriately linked Interest - mostly aroused and sustained Language - largely accurate Simple structures – free of errors; errors with more ambitious structures Vocabulary - wide enough to convey meaning but lack precision Punctuation in simple sentences - accurate, with errors in more complex sentences Simple words - spelt correctly but misspelt when used with more sophisticated words Paragraphs - used with some unity or at times not unified or inappropriately linked Writing - relevant but lacks originality and planning Some interest aroused but not sustained

A 44 – 50

C 32 – 37

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                   U (i) 14 – 19                   Language - sufficiently accurate, communicates clearly Simple structures and vocabulary, with patches of clear, accurate language Some variety of sentence types and length but purpose is not clearly seen Vocabulary - usually adequate to show intended meaning but not developed to precision Paragraphs - show some unity Punctuation - generally correct but does not clarify meaning Spelling of simple words - correct but more errors occur Writing of some relevance but lacking in liveliness and interest value Meaning - never in doubt Errors - sufficiently frequent and serious to hamper reading Simple structures - some accurate but unlikely to sustain accuracy for long Vocabulary - limited, too simple or more ambitious but imperfectly understood Simple words - spelt correctly but with frequent mistakes in spelling and punctuation Paragraphs - lack unity or haphazardly arranged Some relevance, but partially treated High incidence of linguistic errors distract from merits of content in composition Meaning - fairly clear High incidence of errors impede reading Vocabulary - many serious errors of various kinds, mainly single-word type, but could be corrected without rewriting Sentences - very few accurate ones Sentences - simple but often repetitive Errors - frequently causing blurring Punctuation - used correctly, also with sentence separation errors Paragraphs - lack unity or no paragraphs at all Some sense, with multiple word errors Requires re-reading before being understood Only a few accurate simple sentences Content - comprehensible Incidence of linguistic error - high Meaning - blurred Far short of required length Almost entirely impossible to read Whole sections make little or no sense at all Occasional patches of clarity (marks awarded) Vocabulary - simple words used Frequent errors cause blurring “0” for scripts with no sense from beginning till the end

D 26 – 31

E 20 - 25

U (ii) 8 – 13

U (iii) 0–7

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PERSIDANGAN KEBANGSAAN PENGETUA-PENGETUA SEKOLAH MENENGAH MALAYSIA (PKPSM) CAWANGAN MELAKA DENGAN KERJASAMA JABATAN PELAJARAN MELAKA __________________________________________________ PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAAN SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA 2010

BAHASA INGGERIS Kertas 2

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2 Section A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 B C B D D A D B C C C C A A C

Section B 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 PETROMAS/ PETROMAS Service Station 1 – 30 December (2010) / Four (4) months 30 December (2010) 18 (years) Early Bird (Contest) Grand (Contest) interchangeable (Make) a minimum purchase worth RM40 (with use of Privilege Card) dropped into the Contest drop boxes (at any PETROMAS Service Station nationwide) RM100 and 1,000 Privilege Card Points A brand new Exora MPV

Section C 26 27 28 29 (a) He was going to die. (b) Erma Mata and her husband (a) Caesar was quiet. / Caesar was determined. (b) They had only eight pesos (US$1). / They borrowed some money. severe. (a) (i) slowing down his growth (ii) damaging his heart, liver and endocrine system. (b) God would take care of them / Not to worry. Accept any reasonable answer. *Award 1 mark for a word that describes Erma and 1 mark for a reason to support your answer.

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Summary Content Style & Presentation Total 10 marks (award up to a maximum of 10 marks) 5 marks 15 marks

Content Each point is awarded 1 mark. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Made the (420-mile round) trip to Manila for life-saving blood transfusions Begged for passes from the National Railway Begged for passes from a bus company (Walked to Malacanang / the presidential palace and) pleaded for a red card (that allowed free laboratory tests for Caesar at government hospitals) Knocked on doors Stood in hallways A newspaper editor published a picture of Caesar A television celebrity (visited Caesar in the hospital, bringing him gifts and) helped Erma with money for expenses A lady (secretary in a government department) helped Erma to find a job (in the tax office near her home) Erma decided to write to the president (to ask for help) A children’s hospital (in Memphis, Tennessee informed her that the hospital) was willing to treat Caesar for free and could provide air transportation (within the United States) (as well as) accommodation (in Memphis) Celebrity friend arranged free airplane tickets (to the United States)

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4 Style & Presentation Mark Paraphrase 5 - Sustained attempt to rephrase text - Expression is secure Mark 5 Use of English - Language is accurate - Occasional errors - Sentence structure is varied - Marked ability to use original complex syntax - Punctuation is accurate - Spelling is secure - Language is almost always accurate - Serious errors are isolated - Some original syntax and sentence variety - Punctuation is generally accurate - Spelling is nearly always secure - Language is largely accurate - Simple structures dominate - Serious erros are not frequent but noticeable - Sentences are generally lifted from the text - Punctuation is largely accurate - Spelling is mostly secure - Serious errors are frequent - Accuracy is not sustained for long - Simple punctuation is correct - Irrelevant/distorted detail will destroy the sequence in places - Heavy frequency of serious errors - Fractured syntax

4

- Noticeable attempt to rephrase text - Free from stretches of concentrated lifting

4

3

- Intelligent & selective lifting - Limited attempt to rephrase text - Expression may not always be secure

3

2

- Wholesale copying of text material - Originality is barely noticeable

2

1

- Complete transcript of the text - Originality is barely noticeable - Mindless copying of the text - Irrelevant sections of the text are included

1

Award 0 when candidates copy totally from outside the prescribed text.

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Section D 32 a) b) c) d) choices (in life) grassy Both roads were just as inviting / Accept any other suitable answer Accept any suitable answer. *Award either 0 mark or 2 marks. If answer is only ‘Yes’ or ‘No’, award 0 mark. Accept response if yes/no answer is implied.

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a) b)

happy - game of making house (like their mother) - chattered (to each other in light, soft tones) - made children from sticks (around which they tied rags) - scolded the stick children (severely in an exact imitation of their own mother)

Accept any two

c)

Accept any suitable answer. *Award either 0 mark or 2 marks. If answer is only ‘Yes’ or ‘No’, award 0 mark. Accept response if yes/no answer is implied.

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6 34 AWARDING CONTENT MARKS :

Please refer to the band descriptors below before deciding which band BEST FITS the mark for CONTENT.

SCORE

BAND DESCRIPTORS The response contains a majority of the following :  Response – relevant to specified task  Moral lesson and how character affected– well supported and linked with evidence/knowledge from text  Main and supporting ideas – relevant to specified task  Ideas – clearly presented, well-organised and easily understood The response contains a majority of the following :  Response – relevant to the task  Moral lesson and how character affected – usually supported and linked with knowledge/evidence from text  Main and supporting ideas – mostly relevant to specified task  Ideas – clear and can be understood The response contains a majority of the following :  Response – intermittently relevant to specified task  Moral lesson and how character affected – supported and linked with some knowledge or evidence to specified task  Ideas – some are relevant to the specified task  Ideas – generally clear, can be understood but lack organisation The response contains a majority of the following :  Response – barely relevant to specified task  Moral lesson and how character affected – unlikely identified or even when identified, not likely to be linked to the text  Ideas – hardly relevant to specified task  Ideas – difficult to understand      No understanding of task requirement Disorganised writing – incoherent; ideas – irrelevant to the specified task Response in language other than English No response Response – not related to the novel

9 – 10

7–8

5–6

3–4

1–2

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7 AWARDING LANGUAGE MARKS : Please refer to the band descriptors below before deciding which band BEST FITS the mark for LANGUAGE.

MARK                       

USE OF LANGUAGE Language – accurate, with very occasional slips Occasional minor errors, first draft slips Sentence structure – varied Punctuation – accurate and helpful Spelling – secure throughout response

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4

Language – almost always accurate Sentences – some variation Punctuation – accurate and generally helpful Spelling – nearly always secure

3

Language – largely accurate Simple structures dominate Serious errors – not frequent although noticeable Serious errors with sophisticated structures Punctuation – largely accurate Spelling – mostly secure

2

Meaning – not in doubt Serious errors – becoming more frequent Simple structures – accurate but not sustained Simple punctuation, usually correct, with occasional separation errors Spelling – largely accurate but mistakes with more difficult words

0–1

Serious errors – heavy frequency, impeding reading Fractured syntax – more pronounced, with punctuation faltering Sentence separation errors – frequent

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