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FORM TP 2018175-ES MAY/JUNE 2018

CARIBBEAN EXAMINATIONS COUNCIL

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COMMUNICATION STUDIES

Paper 01

04 JUNE 2018 ( a.m.)

EXAMII\-ER'S SCRIPT

ITEMS 1-7

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l. Say to candidates

Items l-7 constitute Section A of this paper They are based on an extract, which I will read to
you. You will he given two minutes to read the items before you listen to the extract. I will read
the extract to you twice.

You are required to listen carefully to the extract before answering the items. You may make
notes while you listen to the reading. You must NOT begin to answer the items until you are
told to do so.

You are required to respondto the items on your answer sheet by selecting the correct option
from thefour options leaered A-D.

2. Say to candidates

You now have two minutes to read through ltems I to 7,

3. Two minutes later, say to candidates:

Now ltsten carefully while I read this exterct twice. Remembe4 you mcy make notes as I read.

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4. Read the following extract twice at normal reading pace. (DO NOT dictate the extract for candidates
to write.)

The ... living room would be a comfortable and well-ordered room if it were not for a number of
indestructible contradictions to this state of being. fts furnishing are typical and undistinguished
and their primary features now is that they have clearly had to accommodate the living of too
many people for too many years - and they are tired. Still, we can see that at some time, a time
probably no longer remembered by the family (except perhaps for MAMA), the fumishings of
this room were actually selected with care and love and even hope - and brought to this apartment
and arranged with taste and pride.

That was a long time ago. Now the once loved pattern of the couch upholstery has to fight to show
itself under acres of crocheted doilies and couch covers which have themselves finally come to
be more important than the upholstery. And here a table or a chair has been moved to disguise the
wom places in the carpet; but the carpet has fought back by showing its weariness, with depressing
uniformity, elsewhere on its surface.

Weariness has, in fact, won in this room. Everything has been polished, washed, sat on, used,
scrubbed too often. All pretences but living itself have long since vanished from the very atmosphere
of this room.
Lorraine Hansberry A Raisin in the Sun. Act I Scene 1.

5. After you have read the extract the first time, pause for a few seconds and then say to candidates:

I shall now read the extract a second time.

6. After you have read the extract a second time, pause for a few seconds and then say to candidates

You have 90 minutes to answer all the items on Paper 01. When you are finished answering
those items which are based on this extract, go straight to Section B and anywer ltems 8 to 45.
Do not waitfor anyfurther instructions. I will tell youwhen the last 15 minutes are lefi.

7. Quietly invite the invigilator to take over the examination process.

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Instructions to the Invigilator

8. Seventy-five minutes later, tell candidates that they have l5 minutes left.

9. Fifteen minutes later, at the end of the allotted 90 minutes, collect all papers and dismiss candidates

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