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ENGLISH LANGUAGE WORKSHOP FOR SPM

Presented by : Mdm. Abidah bt Sarajul Haq STAR, Ipoh

In your newspaper report, include the following :

time and location people involved injuries goods stolen information about robbers actions taken by police

When writing the newspaper report, you should remember to :


use all the points given elaborate on each point given

add any other relevant information

MARKING PROCEDURE
C1

C2
C3 C4

C5
C6

time and location [ content points ] people involved injuries goods stolen information about robbers actions taken by police

Format

: 2 marks F1- title/ heading F2- Place Content : 13 marks Content + Elaborations Language : 20 marks
Total

: 35 marks

BRAINSTORMING IDEAS C6 C5
Format :
Tense :

C1

C2

C3
C4

C1 & E1 Time and Location:

Place , Time morning etc


Name of the road Any prominent landmarks

Description of place

C2 & E2 People involved:


Owner of shop, cashier/s, customers

security guard/s Passer/s by as eye witness/es Hostage/s etc

C3 & E3 Injuries
Serious / mild .Where / Which part ? Gunshot wounds/ stab wounds Blood flowing / cuts & bruises Where ? Shoulder, neck , chest ? Broken leg / hand /arm Fainted / unconscious

C4 & E4 Goods Stolen


Rings / Bracelets/ Diamond/ Gold necklaces Precious stones / Ruby / Emeralds etc Estimated loss RM 400,000 etc and types of

jewelleries

C5 & E5 Information about robbers Descriptions Size, weight, height, skin colour, hair, age Clothes e.g a black leather jacket with an eagle logo , tatoo on the arm , stocking masks, Weapons ? carrying revolvers etc

C6 & E6 Action taken by police Viewed the CCTV in the shop Fingerprints Blood samplings DNA Identification of weapons / bullets Road blocks major roads / highway / police dogs Pictures of robbers by police artist in newspapers Rakan Cop alert Call nearest police station Police informers

Appropriate Vocabulary
Robbery occurred / happened
Seized / ransacked Investigation / investigated

Crime scene / crime lab


Forensic unit Patrol cars

Firearm robbery
Modus operandi used in the robbery

Marks for Language A ( 19 20 ) Language is accurate. Varied sentence structures . Varied use of vocabulary with precision. Punctuations and spellings are accurate. Format and style are concise throughout. Paragraphs are unified and organised.

Marks for Language B ( 16 - 18 ) Language is almost accurate with minor errors Some variation in sentence structures . Varied use of vocabulary with some precision. Punctuations and spellings are almost accurate. Format and style are almost concise throughout. Paragraphs are almost unified.

Marks for Language C ( 13 15 ) Language is largely accurate. Simple sentence structures. Errors in sophisticated sentences.Repeated sentences. Vocabulary is adequate but lacks precision. Punctuations and spellings are generally accurate. Some with errors. Format and style are quite concise at times. Paragraphs are sometimes unified but without appropriate linkage.

Marks for Language D ( 10 - 12 ) Language is sufficiently accurate. Simple sentence structures ,patches of clarity. Adequate vocabulary but lacks precision. Punctuations and spellings generally accurate but with errors. Format and style are generally accurate throughout. Attempts to achieve unified paragraphs.

SECTION B : CONTINUOUS WRITING


(a) Describe an unforgettable journey.

A descriptive essay
(b) The importance of telecommunications

in todays world A factual essay

( c ) Men can manage housework better than women. Do you agree ? An argumentative essay
(d) Write a story beginning with :

The mobile phone was ringing non stop .. A storyline essay


(e) Tsunami An open topic essay

CONTINUOUS WRITING MARK RANGE

A ( 44 50 ) Excellent B ( 38 43 ) Good C ( 32 37 ) Above Average D ( 26 31 ) Average E ( 20 25 ) Below Average U ( i ) (14 19 ) Weak U ( ii ) ( 8 13 ) Very Weak U ( iii )( 0 7 ) Critical

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