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PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAAN PT3 2017

PENTAKSIRAN TINGKATAN 3

Mark Scheme for Section A

Question 1

(10 marks)

Assessment Objectives

This part assesses the students ability to:

show understanding of the use of correct grammar in context


correct grammatical errors in the text.

Answers for Question 1

Correction

Question Answer Mark


a of 1 mark
b celebrate 1 mark
c throughout 1 mark
d is 1 mark
e from 1 mark
f who 1 mark
g best 1 mark
h it 1 mark
i many 1 mark
j explore 1 mark

Note :

There should be only one answer for each line. If a student writes more than one
answer, take only the first answer into consideration.

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Mark Scheme for Section B

(30 marks)

Question 2

(10 marks)

Assessment Objectives

This part assesses the studentss ability :

read and understand the text.


identify and transfer the correct information from a linear text into a non-linear.

Note:

1. Do award marks for answers with minor grammatical errors. Correct spelling is
mandatory if the word exist in the text.

2. Do not award marks for over lifting that includes irrelevant sections of the text.

3. There should be only one answer for each question. If a student writes more than one
answer, take only the first answer into consideration.

Answers for Question 2

Question Key / Answer Mark


a
leading news platform interchangeable 1 mark

b
worldwide conference 1 mark

c
Facebook interchangeable 1 mark

d
Twitter 1 mark

e
YouTube 1 mark

f
Worldwide Connectivity 1 mark
Commonality of Interest
g
Real-Time Information Sharing } Any of three 1 mark
Targeted Adverstising
h
Increased News Cycle Speed 1 mark

i Backlash interchangeable 1 mark


j
1 mark
Time Waster

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Question 3

(20 marks)

Assessment Objectives

This part assesses the students ability to:

read and understand a non-linear text.


respond to a non-linear text using established reading skills.
write an e-mail :
i. inviting your friend to visit one of the islands.
ii. providing appropriate reasons to support your choice.

Note :

1. Do award marks for answers with minor grammatical and spelling errors that do not
disrupt meaning.

2. Do remember to use your discretion and good judgement for correct answers that appear
different from the suggested answers especially for questions that require a personal
response.

3. Do award full marks for intelligent lifting.

4. Do not award marks for over lifting that includes irrelevant sections of the text.

5. Do not award marks for answers where meaning is totally unintelligible.

Answers for Questions 3 (a i)

(a) True (1 mark)

(b) False (1 mark)

(c) False (1 mark)

(d) True (1 mark)

(e) Pizza Queen (1 mark)

(f) Delight Restaurant (1 mark)


(g)
Word
i. fragrant (1 mark)

ii. amazed (1 mark)

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(h) concern on how much money one should spend / people who are not willing to spend
too much

(Accept any other approriate reponse) (1 mark)

(i) The price is reasonable and free Wifi is provided

(Accept any other approriate reponse) (1 mark)

General Guidelines for Marking Questions (J)

1. Marked on 5- band impression skill with marks ranging from 1 10 .

2. Read and understand the instructions in Section D about the following :

A. How writing is assessed and

B. What is expected of students

3. Read the response provided for relevance to task and assessment objectives specified
for the question.

4. Check whether response fulfills the criteria specified in a given band.

5. Indicate merit and demerit expressions.

6. Look for additonal details which make the writing interesting

i). Responses which are generally free from serious errors should be placed in the upper
bands.

ii). Responses with frequent minor and serious errors should be placed in the lower band.

7. Place a response with total or almost whole sale lifting in the lower band.

For responses with intelligent lifting, award marks accordingly based on the given
criteria.

8. Students are allowed to use the points in the travel brochure when writing out their
responses.

9. Read the response again to confirm or change bands.

10. If there is a change in the band, read the response again to check the general criteria
specified in the new band selected.

11. Award marks accordingly.

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Note :

The general criteria in the bands are comman to ALL tasks with specific examples
given to aid the examiners. All responses must be marked using the criteria given in
the bands. Please read the criteria carefully for all five bands BEFORE marking.

The length of the response should not be a criteria in awarding marks.


Award marks based on the quality and revelance of the response.

Marking Criteria For Question (j)

Band A B C D E

Criteria (10-9) (8-7) (6-5) (4-3) (2-0)

Task fulfillment Fulfilled Fulfilled Fulfilled Partially Partially

fulfilled fulfilled

Language Accurate Largely Sufficiently Partially Hardly

accuracy accurate accurate accurate accurate

Organization
and Well- Organized Sufficiently Lacking Hardly any

development organized & organized organization organization

& well- developed with some & details and details

developed details

Some
Sentence Varied & Largely variety Lack variety Distorted

structure effective varied sentence

structure

Lifting from text Hardly any A little Some lifting Almost Total lifting

lifting lifting wholesale

lifting

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Note:

Award 0 mark when there is

- no response or response written in language other than English; or


- mindless lifting of irrelevant chunks from other sources including rubric

When awarding marks, apply the `best-fit principle. No script will fit neatly into any one of
the bands. To determine the appropriate mark, identify the band the response belongs to
and refer to the criteria in the band. Examiners should assess the script holistically and
always refer to the coordinated for consistency.

Mark Scheme For Section C

( 20 marks)

Assessment Objectives

This part assesses the students ability to :

read and understand a linear text.


demonstrate understanding of a poem
respond appropriately to the comprehension task
use language competently to convey meaning in the task

Note :

1. Do award marks for answers with minor grammatical and spelling errors that do not
disrupt meaning.

2. Do remember to use your discretion and good judgement for correct answers that appear
different from the suggested answers especially for questions that require a personal
response.

3. Do award full marks for intelligent lifting.

4. Do not award marks for over lifting that includes irrelevant sections of the text.

5. Do not award marks for answers where meaning is totally unintelligible.

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Question 4

(15 marks)

Answers for questions (a- j)

Question Key/Answer Mark

a. The colour red means danger. 1 mark

b. The train conductors mistook a bright star for a white light 1 mark

Because it can be seen from a greater distance than other


c. (i) 1 mark
colours.

c. (ii) Because it has a slightly shorter wavelength 1 mark

d. Because it was hard to see a red sign in a poorly lit area 1 mark

e. (i) particular 1 mark

e. (ii) indicated 1 mark

e. (iii) greater disctance 1 mark

e. (iv) turquoise 1 mark

Question Key/Answer Mark

f. Green 1 mark

g. They are used as traffic signals 1 mark

h. When materials developed were highly reflective 1 mark

i. Because the colour Yellow can be seen well at all times of 1 mark
the day

j. i. To avoid accidents. 2 marks

ii. To ensure safety of the road users

(Accept any appropriate response)

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Question 5

(5 marks)

Answers for Questions ( a d )

Question Key/Answer Mark

a. brave 1 mark

b. The persona / She wants to hide herself. 1 mark

c. Line 33 Red is show-off 1 mark

d. Colour : Blue 2 marks

Reason : It makes me feel calm and relax

(Accept any appropriate answer)

Note :

Award 2 marks The colour and reason are stated

Award 1 marks The colour is stated BUT the reason in


not appropriate

Award 0 mark for the colour is stated BUT reason is


mssing

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Mark Scheme For Section D

( 40 marks )

Assessment Objectives

This part assesses the students ability to :

write an article on the given notes using correct and appropriate language .
Add more information, opinions and elaborate ideas.
Write using coherent and cohesive structures to convey meaning effectively.
write an appropriate response based on a novel that they had read.

A. How writing is assessed

In the assessment of writing skills at the lower secondary school level, the student is
assessed on his/her ability to demonstrate the following skills in his/her return responses :

reading skills in understanding the rubric and fulfilling the requirements of the
writing tasks.
thinking skills to reflect depth and maturity of thinking by giving ideas, reasons and
supporting them with appropriate elaboration.
language skills in terms of using language appropriately to provide the correct tone,
form and content as required by the task.

The emphasis is on how well the response fulfills the set task and the level of language
used. Accuracy of language in terms of grammar, sentence structures and mechanics of
writing is essential for effective communication. The examiner must be able to understand
and follow the presentation of ideas or events conveyed in the students response.
Creativity is important but should not be the sole criterian in the assessment of writing.

B. What is expected of a student

A student must at least be able to :

Identify the requirements of the task.


provide the appropriate content according to the atsk specified
use an appropriate format
Give evidence / reasons to support given response (novel)
Use correct grammar, sentence structures and mechanics of writing.
Use paragraphs to organise ideas

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Elaborate and develop ideas e.g. by adding details, giving reasons or examples to
make responses more interesting.

Marking Criteria for Question 6

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Note:

Award 0 mark when there is


- no response or response written in language other than English; or
- mindless lifting of irrelevant chunks from other sources including rubric

When awarding marks, apply the `best-fit principle. No script will fit neatly into any
one of the bands. To determine the appropriate mark, identify the band the response
belongs to and refer to the criteria in the band. Examiners should assess the
script holistically and always refer to the coordinated for consistency.

The length of the response should not be a criteria in awarding marks. Award
marks based on the quality and relevance of the response.

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Marking Criteria For Questions 7

A B C D E

BAND EXCELLENT GOOD SATISFACTORY WEAK VERY WEAK

Marks 9-10 7-8 5-6 3-4 1-2

Task is Task is largely Task is Task is Task is hardly


successfully fulfilled. sufficiently partially fulfilled.
fulfilled. fulfilled. fulfilled.

Ideas are Ideas are Ideas are Ideas are Hardly any
well- largely sufficiently partially ideas.
developed developed and developed but developed and
and well- organized. lack organization. lack
organised. organization.
D Well Largely Supported with
supported supported with some evidence Minimal
E evidence from from the text. evidence from
with evidence
S from the text. the text. the text.

C Language is Language is Language is Language is Language is


accurate with largely sufficiently partially inaccurate.
R
few first draft accurate with accurate. Errors accurate.
I slips some minor are mostly SWEs. Errors
errors.
P are mostly
MWEs.
T
Sentence Sentence Sentence Sentence Sentence
O structures are structures are structures are structures lack structures are
R varied and mostly varied. sufficiently varied. variety and are distorted.
used repetitive.
S effectively.

Vocabulary is Vocabulary is Vocabulary is Vocabulary is Vocabulary is


wide and wide enough sufficient but limited. inaccurate.
precise. and mostly lacks precision.
precise.

Interest is Interest is Interest is Interest is Interest is


aroused and largely sufficiently partially hardly
sustained. aroused. aroused. aroused. aroused.

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Note:

Award 0 mark when there is


- no response or response written in language other than English; or
- mindless lifting of irrelevant chunks from other sources including rubric

When awarding marks, apply the `best-fit principle. No script will fit neatly into any
one of the bands. To determine the appropriate mark, identify the band the response
belongs to and refer to the criteria in the band. Examiners should assess the
script holistically and always refer to the coordinated for consistency.

The length of the response should not be a criteria in awarding marks. Award
marks based on the quality and relevance of the response.

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