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B.Inggeris
Paper 2
September

PERSIDANGAN KEBANGSAAN PENGETUA-PENGETUA


SEKOLAH MENENGAH MALAYSIA (PKPSM) CAWANGAN MELAKA
DENGAN KERJASAMA
JABATAN PELAJARAN MELAKA
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PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAAN
SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA 2010

BAHASA INGGERIS
Kertas 1

PERATURAN PEMARKAHAN

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Section A: Directed Writing (35 marks)

Format - 3 marks
Content Point - 12 marks
Language - 20 marks
Total - 35 marks

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A CONTENT (15 marks)
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Format: 3 marks
Award 1 mark each:

F1 Sender’s address and date


F2 Salutation and opening
F3 Closing and signature

Content Points: 12 marks

Award one mark each for each content used appropriately.


Do not award marks for mere mention of key words.

C1 Peer influence
C2 Lack of attention from parents
C3 Disinterest in learning
C4 Stress
C5 Monitoring by teachers
C6 Have interesting school activities
C7 Organize awareness campaigns
C8 Hold motivational talks
C9 Give warnings
C10 Send for counselling courses
C11 Strict punishment
C12 Dialogues with parents

B LANGUAGE (20 marks)

Band & Description of Criteria


Mark Range

2
• Language - accurate with only occasional first draft slips
• Sentence structures - varied
• Vocabulary - wide and precise
A • Punctuation - accurate
19 - 20 • 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)
B • Vocabulary - wide enough
16 - 18 • 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
C structures give a monotonous effect
13 - 15 • 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
D • Punctuation - generally correct
10 – 12
• 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

• Meaning - never in doubt


• Single word errors - sufficiently frequent and serious to hamper
E reading and precision

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7-9 • 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
U (i) • Vocabulary - very limited
4–6 • Punctuation - sometimes used correctly
• Spelling errors - more frequent
• Style and tone - may not be appropriate for an article
• Sense - decipherable
• Content - generally comprehensible
U (ii) • Some errors - multiple in nature
2-3 • 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
U (iii) • Whole sections may make no sense at all
0-1 • Award ‘1’ mark if some sense can be obtained
• Award ‘0’ mark if the article makes no sense at all from
beginning to end

Section B: Continuous Writing (50 marks)

1 The assessment of the candidate’s response will be based on impression.

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2 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.

3 The examiner should also mark for good vocabulary or expressions by putting a merit
tick (√) at the end of such merits.

4 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.

5 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.

Band &
Mark range Description of Criteria
• Language - entirely accurate, with occasional first draft slips
• Sentence structures - varied
• Vocabulary - wide and precise
A • Punctuation - accurate and helpful
44 – 50 • 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
B precision
38 – 43 • 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
C sentences
32 – 37 • 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
• 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
D • Vocabulary - usually adequate to show intended meaning but not

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26 – 31 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
E understood
20 - 25 • 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
U (i) • Sentences - very few accurate ones
14 – 19 • 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
U (ii) • Content - comprehensible
8 – 13 • 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
U (iii) • Occasional patches of clarity (marks awarded)
0–7 • Vocabulary - simple words used
• Frequent errors cause blurring
• “0” for scripts with no sense from beginning till the end

PERATURAN PEMARKAHAN TAMAT