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LEMBAGA PEPERIKSAAN

PENATARAN PENTAKSIRAN PUSAT
BAHASA INGGERIS TINGKATAN 1 KOHORT 2012-2014

GENERAL INSTRUCTION

 All students will complete this project under the  Students will enlist the help of their teachers towards  Students are required to refer to the assigned descriptors and assessment criteria to help them carry out their project.INSTRUCTION TO STUDENTS  All lower secondary students must compulsorily complete an Individual Task for English Language. supervision of their teachers. completing this project. .

clear and easy to read. .  Students are required to individually search and collect information and materials for their projects.  Students are encouraged to use ICT to search for. Handwriting should be neat. locate and collect information or materials required to complete their projects. All materials and evidence of their projects must be attached to their final product and sent in to the assessor.  The project must be done in their own handwriting.

 The project work must be original and not copied directly from any source. .  Students’ progress will be continuously monitored.  Students’ names and identity card numbers must be written on the cover page of the project. Students must duly acknowledge sources from which materials are taken.

TASK .

Task: Produce a scrapbook on any ONE of the following topics:  A game I enjoy  My favourite movie  A place I would like to visit  An interesting Malaysian festival .

You have to complete three parts of the task. pictures. etc.)  Use the materials to develop your scrapbook . Part I  Select one of the topics given  Obtain materials related to the topic chosen (e. flyers.g. articles. brochures.

. 2. A general introduction of the topic  State your choice – for example name your favourite movie or the place you would like to visit.  Add any other information related to the choice. illustrations etc. Conclusion  State what you have learned from the topic  Recommend your choice to your friends and provide reasons.  Support with pictures . etc.Part II Prepare your scrapbook using the format below: 1. Content  Give reasons for your choice. 3.

Part III Oral presentation (3-5 minutes)  Give a brief description of the contents of your scrapbook.  Share your experience in completing the scrapbook. .

Note: Elements of Evaluation:  Understanding of the topic  Appropriacy of materials/articles chosen  Analysis of the materials used  Personal response  Grammar and Language conventions  Clarity of presentation .

SAMPLE OF STUDENT’S PROGRESS CHART .

Student’s Progress Chart Name: ______________ Class: ____________ Days/Weeks Task Teacher’s Signature 1 week Investigation  selection of articles/materials  reading the articles/materials 2 weeks Completion of the product  organising the materials  concluding with a personal response  editing Oral Presentation 2 days .

RUBRICS ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVES. BAND & ASSESSMENT CRITERIA .

Assessment Objectives Band Assessment Criteria  Locate very appropriate materials on the topic selected independently with little to no guidance.  Locate largely appropriate materials on the topic selected with minimal guidance. 4 Select materials from a variety of sources to obtain information. 3 2 1 .  Locate materials on the topic selected with total guidance.  Locate appropriate materials on the topic selected with some guidance.

Conclude the scrapbook with a convincing personal response.Assessment Objectives Band    4      3   Assessment Criteria Show complete understanding of the topic. Allow first draft slips. organised and presented. The scrapbook displays ideas which are reasonably well thought out. Write exceptionally well using entirely accurate grammar and conventions. Conclude the scrapbook with an appropriate personal response. Write sufficiently well using largely accurate grammar and conventions. The scrapbook displays ideas which are well thought out. Show some understanding of the topic. Present information from the articles/materials read from a variety of sources with minimal lifting. organised and presented. To produce a scrapbook . Present information from articles/materials read from a variety of sources with selective lifting.

The scrapbook displays ideas which are satisfactorily thought out. Conclude the scrapbook with an adequate personal response Write reasonably well using some accurate grammar and conventions.Assessment Objectives Band    2 Assessment Criteria Show minimal understanding of the topic. To produce a scrapbook 1        . The scrapbook displays ideas which are poorly thought out. organised and presented. Show little or no understanding of the topic. Present information from articles/materials read through mindless copying. Poorly written with hardly any accurate grammar and conventions. Unable to conclude with a personal response. organised and presented. Present information from articles/materials read with partial lifting.

Unable to consistently hold the attention of the audience. Present sufficiently well using accurate grammar and structures. Brief oral presentation 3    . Present exceptionally well using largely accurate grammar and structures. Consistently able to hold the attention of the audience.Assessment Objectives Band  4   Assessment Criteria Present an outstanding response showing critical and mature thinking. Present a clear response showing some critical and mature thinking.

Assessment Objectives Assessment Criteria Band  Present an appropriate response but lacks critical and mature thinking. Fail to hold the attention of the audience. Present reasonably well using some accurate grammar and structures. Barely able to hold the attention of the audience. 2   Brief oral presentation 1    . Present a vague and incoherent response Present poorly using inaccurate grammar and structures.

Thank You .