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SULIT 1119/1

SKEMA JAWAPAN
SOALAN PRAKTIS BESTARI
PROJEK JAWAB UNTUK JAYA (JUJ) 2014
BAHASA INGGERIS
Kertas 1
1119/1
SET A
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SECTION A: DIRECTED WRITING !" MARKS#
a. $ORMAT:% ! MARKS
i. Title 1 mark
ii. Writers name 1 mark
iii. Ending (hope/wish) 1 mark
b. CONTENT:% 12 MARKS
C1 write an impressive resume 1 mark
C make !opies o" #our !erti"i!ates 1 mark
C$ do resear!h on the !ompan# 1 mark
C% get enough sleep 1 mark
C& have 'reak"ast 1 mark
C( dress appropriatel# 1 mark
C) 'e pun!tual 1 mark
C* 'e polite 1 mark
C9 'e honest 1 mark
C1+ show sel",!on"iden!e 1 mark
C11 own point 1 mark
C1 own point 1 mark
c. LANGUAGE:% 20 MARKS
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1. /ead the s!ript and indi!ate all the errors o" language '# underlining word7 phrase
or pun!tuation where the mistake appears8
2. 9la!e a ti!k (:) "or good appropriate vo!a'ular#7 stru!ture and tone8
3. .ward marks '# re"erring to the !riteria "or marking language8
CRITERIA $OR MARKING SCHEME $OR DIRECTED WRITING LANGUAGE
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MARK
RANGE
DESCRIPTION O$ CRITERIA
A
19 % 20
The language is a!!urate apart "rom o!!asional dra"t slips8
;enten!e stru!ture is varied and shows that the !andidate is a'le to use
senten!e length and t#pe to a!hieve an intended e""e!t8
<o!a'ular# shows some sophisti!ation and is used with pre!ision8
9un!tuation is !orre!t8
;pelling is !orre!t a!ross the whole range o" vo!a'ular# used8
9aragraphs have unit#8
The tone is &''()'(*&+,8
B
1- % 1.
The language is almost a!!urate 'ut there ma# 'e more minor o" "irst
dra"t slips8
Errors ma# also arise "rom more am'itious stru!tures whi!h are
imper"e!tl# understood8
;enten!es show some variations in length and t#pe7 in!luding the
!on"ident use o" !omple= senten!es8
<o!a'ular# is wide enough to show intended meaning8
;pelling is nearl# alwa#s a!!urate8
The tone is in"ormal and appropriate to the intended person8 The reader
is satis"ied that a genuine attempt has 'een made8
C
1! % 1"
The language is largel# a!!urate to !ommuni!ate meaning !learl# to
the reader8
;imple stru!tures are used without errors> mistakes ma# o!!ur when
more sophisti!ated stru!tures are attempted8
<o!a'ular# is ade?uate to !onve# intended meaning although it ma#
not 'e su""i!ientl# developed to a!hieve pre!ision8
;enten!es show some variet# o" length and stru!tures although there is
a tenden!# to repeat some senten!e t#pes7 giving it a /)0)+)0)12
e""e!t8
9un!tuation is generall# a!!urate although errors ma# o!!ur in more
!omple= uses8
-ust 'e written in paragraphs whi!h show some unit#7 although links
ma# 'e a'sent or inappropriate8
;lang or "ormal language is used "rom time to time8
D
10 % 12
The language is su""i!ientl# a!!urate8
There will 'e pat!hes o" !larit# parti!ularl# when simple stru!tures are
used8
-istakes will o!!ur when more !omple= senten!es are used8
There ma# 'e some variet# o" senten!e length and t#pe 'ut this ma#
not 'e su!!ess"ul in enhan!ing meaning or arousing interest8
<o!a'ular# is ade?uate 'ut la!ks pre!ision8
;imple words spelt !orre!tl#7 'ut errors ma# o!!ur when un"amiliar
words are used8
9un!tuation is generall# !orre!t 'ut does not enhan!e or !lari"#
meaning8
;enten!e separation errors ma# o!!ur8
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-ust 'e written in paragraphs whi!h ma# show some unit# in topi!8
@apse in slang or "ormal language ma# o!!ur !onsistentl#8
E
3 % 9
-eaning is never in dou't7 'ut single errors are su""i!ientl# "re?uent
and serious to hamper pre!ision and speed o" reading8
;ome simple stru!tures will 'e a!!urate 'ut a!!ura!# is not sustained
"or long8
<o!a'ular# is limited and either too simple to !onve# pre!ise meaning
or are imper"e!tl# understood8
;imple words will usuall# 'e spelt a!!uratel# 'ut mistakes will o!!ur
when more di""i!ult words are used8
-ust have paragraphs 'ut these la!k unit# and links are in!orre!tl#
used or the spee!h ma# not 'e paragraphed at all8 There ma# 'e errors
o" senten!es separation and pun!tuation8
The tone ma# 'e appropriate8
U (*)
4 % -
-eaning is "airl# !lear8
The reader "eels that the !orre!tion o" Asingle word errors ma# produ!e
a pie!e o" "airl# a!!urate English7 'ut the in!iden!e o" error is high and
will de"initel# impede the reading8
<er# "ew simple stru!tures are used a!!uratel#8
<o!a'ular# ma# not e=tend 'e#ond a simple range o" words that are
inade?uate to e=press intended shades o" meaning8
9aragraphs will sometimes 'e used !orre!tl# 'ut senten!e separation
errors ma# o!!ur8
9aragraphs ma# not 'e used7 or i" used7 show a la!k o" planning8
There ma# 'e "re?uent spelling errors8
The st#le ma# not 'e appropriate8
U (**)
2 % !
;ense will usuall# 'e de!iphera'le7 'ut some o" the errors will 'e
multiple7 re?uiring the reader to re,read and re,organise 'e"ore
meaning 'e!omes !lear
Whole se!tions ma# make little or no sense8
Bnlikel# to 'e more than one or two a!!urate senten!es8
U (***)
0 % 1
;!ripts in this !ategor# are entirel# impossi'le to reorganise as pie!es
o" English8
Whole se!tions ma# make no sense at all or are !opied "rom the task8
.ward A1 mark i" some sense !an 'e o'tained8
The mark A+ should onl# 'e awarded i" the !omposition makes no
sense at all7 "rom the 'eginning to the end8
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SECTION B: CONTINUOUS WRITING "0 MARKS#
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1. Ea!h !omposition should 'e read slowl# and !are"ull#8
2. Bnderline all errors and pla!e ti!ks (:) to indi!ate good use o" language or su'Ce!t
matter8
3. .ssign the s!ript to one o" the levels o" per"orman!e des!ri'ed8 0" the s!ript meets
all or nearl# all the !riteria given in the des!ription8 0t should 'e pla!ed at the top
o" the mark range "or that level8 4n the other hand7 a s!ript that "its the des!ription
'ut is less !omplete in its !overage o" the !riteria should 'e pla!ed at the 'ottom
end o" the mark range "or that parti!ular level8
CRITERIA $OR MARKING SCHEME $OR DIRECTED WRITING LANGUAGE
MARK
RANGE
DESCRIPTION O$ CRITERIA
A
44 % "0
The 4&051&5, is entirel# a!!urate apart "rom ver# o!!asional dra"t
slips8
S,0+,06, 2+(16+1(, is varied and shows that the !andidate is a'le to
use various t#pes o" senten!es to a!hieve a parti!ular e""e!t8
7)6&814&(9is wide and is used with pre!ision8
P106+1&+*)0 is a!!urate and help"ul to the reader8
S',44*05 is a!!urate a!ross the "ull range o" vo!a'ular# used8
P&(&5(&':2 are well,planned7 have unit# and are linked8
The +)'*6 is addressed with !onsistent relevan!e8
The *0+,(,2+ o" the reader is aroused and sustained throughout the
writing8
B
!. % 4!
The 4&051&5, is a!!urate> o!!asional errors are either minor o" "irst
dra"t slips8
7)6&814&(9 is wide enough to !onve# intended shades o" meaning
with some pre!ision8
S,0+,06,2 show some variations o" length and t#pe7 in!luding some
!omple= senten!es8
P106+1&+*)0 is almost alwa#s a!!urate and generall# help"ul8
S',44*05 is nearl# alwa#s a!!urate8
P&(&5(&':2 show some eviden!e o" planning7 have unit# and are
usuall# appropriatel# linked8
The pie!e o" writing is relevant to the +)'*6 and the *0+,(,2+ o" the
reader is aroused and sustained through most o" the !omposition8
The language is 4&(5,49 &661(&+,8
;imple stru!tures are used without errors> mistakes ma# o!!ur when
more sophisti!ated stru!tures are attempted8
<o!a'ular# is wide enough to !onve# intended meaning 'ut ma# la!k
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C
!2 % !3
pre!ision8
;enten!es ma# show some variet# o" length and stru!tures 'ut there is
a tenden!# to use one t#pe o" stru!ture7 giving it a monotonous e""e!t8
9un!tuation o" simple stru!tures is the whole 'ut errors ma# o!!ur in
more !omple= uses8
;imple words ma# 'e spelt !orre!tl# 'ut errors ma# o!!ur when more
sophisti!ated words are used8
The !omposition is written in paragraphs whi!h ma# show some unit#7
although links ma# 'e a'sent or inappropriate8 The writing is relevant
'ut ma# la!k originalit# and planning8 ;ome interest is aroused 'ut not
sustained8
D
2- % !1
The language is 21;;*6*,0+49 &661(&+, to !ommuni!ate meaning !learl#
to the reader8
There will 'e '&+6:,2 ); 64,&(7 a!!urate language7 parti!ularl# when
simple vo!a'ular# and stru!tures are used8
There is some variet# o" senten!e t#pe and length 'ut the purpose is not
!learl# seen8
9un!tuation is generall# !orre!t 'ut does not !lari"# meaning8
<o!a'ular# is usuall# ade?uate to show intended meaning 'ut this is
not developed to show pre!ision8
;imple words will 'e spelt !orre!tl#7 'ut more spelling errors will
o!!ur8
9aragraphs are used 'ut show la!k o" planning or unit#8
The topi! is addressed with some relevan!e 'ut the reader ma# "ind
!omposition at this level la!king in liveliness and interest value8
E
20 % 2"
-eaning is never in dou't7 'ut errors are su""i!ientl# "re?uent and
serious to hamper pre!ision and speed o" reading8
;ome simple stru!tures ma# 'e a!!urate7 'ut a s!ript at this level is
unlikel# to sustain a!!ura!# "or long8
<o!a'ular# is limited , either too simple to !onve# pre!ise meaning or
more am'itious 'ut imper"e!tl# understood8
;imple words ma# 'e spelt !orre!tl# 'ut "re?uent mistakes in spelling
and pun!tuation make reading the s!ript di""i!ult8
9aragraphs la!k unit# or are haphaDardl# arranged8
The su'Ce!t matter will show some relevan!e to the topi! 'ut onl# a
partial treatment is given8
The high in!iden!e o" linguisti! errors is likel# to distra!t the reader
"rom an# merits o" !ontent that the !omposition ma# have8
U (*)
14 % 19
M,&0*05 *2 ;&*(49 64,&( 'ut the high in!iden!e o" errors throughout the
writing will de"initel# impede the reading8
There will 'e man# serious errors o" various kinds throughout the
s!ript without rewriting the whole senten!e8
. s!ript at this level will have ver# "ew a!!urate senten!es8
.lthough !ommuni!ation is esta'lished7 the "re?uent errors ma# !ause
'lurring8
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S,0+,06,2 will 'e simple and ver# o"ten repetitive8
P106+1&+*)0 will sometimes 'e used !orre!tl# 'ut senten!e separation
errors ma# o!!ur8
P&(&5(&':2 la!k unit# or there ma# not 'e an# paragraphs at all8
U (**)
. % 1!
The reader is a'le to get some 2,02, out o" the s!ript 'ut errors are
multiple in nature7 re?uiring the reader to read and re,read 'e"ore 'eing
a'le to understand8
.t this level7 there ma# 'e onl# a "ew a!!urate 'ut simple 2,0+,06,28
The 6)0+,0+ ma# 'e !omprehensi'le7 'ut the in!iden!e o" linguisti!
error is so high as to make meaning 'lur8
This t#pe o" s!ript ma# also 'e "ar short o" the re?uired num'er o"
words8
U (***)
0 % 3
;!ripts in this !ategor# are entirel# impossi'le to read8
Whole se!tions ma# make no sense at all8
Where o!!asional pat!hes o" !larit# o!!ur7 marks should 'e awarded8
The mark A+ should onl# 'e given i" the s!ript makes no sense at all7
"rom the 'eginning to the end8
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