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SULIT 1119/2

SKEMA JAWAPAN
SOALAN PRAKTIS BESTARI
PROJEK JAWAB UNTUK JAYA (JUJ) 2014
BAHASA INGGERIS
Kertas 2
1119/2
SET A
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SULIT 1119/2
SECTION A
1. D
2. B
3. C
4. B
5. A
6. A
7. B
8. C
9. A
10. C
11. B
12. D
13. B
14. C
15. B
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SECTION B
16. healthy skin, hair, nails, bones and muscle
17. after-meal calorie burn
18. stave off huner
19. source of fibre
20. Coconut !il
21. cholesterol level
22. huner
23. a reater fat mass / less control of a""etite
24. #itamin C
25. unsus"ected determinants of obesity
SECTION C
26. "layin in the backyard
27. a$ Boy, %, &s 'urt By Acid (hro)er
b$ only the military hos"ital had the ability to deal )ith the kind of burn in*ury
28. a$ save the boy+s siht
b$ i, many of his features )ere one / )as rouhly scarred
ii, )as rouhly scarred / many of his features )ere one
29. a$ let him touch thins in museums
b$ let him climb on thins
30. Acce"t any "ossible ans)er, -eason must su""ort the ans)er iven,
e,, Brave
'e acce"ted the traedy o"en-heartedly
31. .arks for /tyle and 0resentation are a)arded based on the averae sum total 1to the
nearest rounded fraction/decimal$ of 0ara"hrase and 2se of 3nlish, Annotate as
follo)s4
Para!ra"# $ %
U"# &' E()*+"! $ 4 ,
9 - 2 $ 4,% $ % .ar/"
STYLE AN0 PRESENTATION 0ESCRIPTORS SUMMARY
MARKS PARAPHRASE MARKS PARAPHRASE
%
E12#**#(3
- a sustained attem"t to
re"hrase the te5t
- e5"ression is secure
- difficult "hrases from
te5t may be substituted
%
E12#**#(3
- lanuae is accurate
- occasional errors
- sentence structure
varied
- marked ability to use
oriinal com"le5 synta5
- "unctuation
4
- noticeable attem"t to
re"hrase the te5t
- free from stretches of
4
- lanuae is almost
al)ays accurate
- serious errors )ill be
G&&4 liftin
- e5"ression is enerally
secure
G&&4 isolated
- some variation of
sentences
- "unctuation accurate
- s"ellin larely accurate
5
6a+r
- intellient and selective
liftin but limited
attem"ts to re"hrase
- e5"ression may not
al)ays be secure
5
6a+r
- lanuae larely
accurate
- sim"le structures
dominate
- serious errors not
fre6uent but noticeable
- s"ellin nearly al)ays
accurate
2
U("a3+"'a23&r
7
- total liftin of te5t but
not a com"lete
transcri"t
- attem"ts to substitute
but only for sinle
)ords
- irrelevant sections more
fre6uent
2
U("a3+"'a23&r7
- meanin is not in doubt
- serious errors more
fre6uent
- sim"le structures
accurate but not
maintained
- s"ellin accurate
- some irrelevant "arts
1
P&&r
- more or less a transcri"t
of the te5t
- no oriinality
- irrelevant sections
co"ied
1
P&&r
- heavy fre6uency of
errors
- ham"ers readin
- fractured synta5 /
framented
S8..ar7 C&(3#(3 7 3ach "oint scores 1 mark, Ma1+.8.9 10 .ar/"
1. shocked at the siht of his son
2. 8osh+s skin had turned bro)n
3. his features )ere altered
4. doctors tryin to save his siht
5. 8osh )as burned over 19: of his body
6. 8osh under)ent endless o"erations
7. his a""earance )as radically chaned
8. many of his features )ere one / )hat remained )as rouhly scarred
9. 8osh learned to use a cane
10. he s"ent time at the &ndustrial 'ome for the blind
11. his father built a bunk bed
12. his mother "ut him in less-than-acce"table situations
13. let him touch thins in museums / let him climb on thins
14. 8osh attended 0ublic /chool / 8osh learned Braille
15. 8osh o"erations continued
16. 8osh "ut a sto" to it
SECTION 0
32. a$ i, scratches
ii, )ounds
b$ )ithout a sih or a com"laint
c$ ;es !- <o, and "rovide suitable reason,
e, ;es because they had lost everythin
<o because & believe they )ill et better thin
==,
1. -ead the scri"t carefully before decidin )hich band it best fits and the content
mark it deserves, &f the res"onse meets all or nearly all the descri"tors iven in the
bands, the res"onse should be "laced at the to" level of the mark rane for that
"articular band,
2. (hen assess the 6uality of )ritin under the "rovision for >A<?2A?3
3. (he final mark )ill be e5"ressed as C!<(3<( "lus >A<?2A?3 and the total is
sho)n in the riht hand marin of the scri"t,
4. <o res"onse )ill fit "erfectly into any band but e5aminers must *ude )hich level
best fits the descri"tors described in the bands,
CONTENT AN0 LANGUAGE 0ESCRIPTORS 6OR NO:EL RESPONSE
MARK
RANGE
CONTENT MARK
RANGE
LANGUAGE
9 ;10
- a consistently relevant
and convincin
res"onse to the task
s"ecified
- al)ays "rovides
detailed and )ell-
develo"ed te5tual
evidence
%
- lanuae is accurate
- very )ell-oranised
< = >
- res"onse is relevant to
the task s"ecified
- usually "rovides
te5tual evidence )ith
some develo"ment
4
- lanuae is larely
accurate
- )ell-oranised
% = ?
- res"onse is
intermittently relevant
to the task s"ecified
- "rovides some te5tual
5
- fre6uent errors but
meanin is never in doubt
- fairly )ell-oranised
evidence )ith little
develo"ment
5 = 4
- res"onse of little
relevance to the task
s"ecified
- little te5tual evidence
2
- very fre6uent errors )ith
blurrin in meanin
- "oorly oranised
1;2
- res"onse has no
relevance to the task
s"ecified
- has no understandin
of the re6uirements of
the task
1
- makes little or no sense at
all
- lacks oranisation
-
N&3#4 (he mark of @ should only be a)arded if
the res"onse is in a lanuae other than 3nlish
the res"onse is not related to any of the novels