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SOLAF 1

SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA


NEGERI PERAK
2011
SKEMA PEMARKAHAN
BAHASA INGGERIS
KERTAS 1
SECTION A : Directed riti!"
MARK SCHEME FOR #$e%ti&! 1
ASSESSMENT OBJECTI'ES
To test the candidates ability to:
read and comprehend the rubric
use the information to fulfill the task
write with useful ideas within the framework of the question
use clear and accurate Standard English, using a style and tone appropriate to the task
T(e &)*ecti+e% ,)&+e ,re re-,rded ,% .&//&-%:
CONTENT !" marks
#$N%&$%E '( marks
TOTAL 0 12 3,r4%
15 AARDING MARKS FOR CONTENT
Content marks should be identified by the letter C followed by the content number and circled)
a* FORMAT 0 1 3,r4%
+! , $ddress report to teacher ! mark
+' , Title of report ! mark
+- , .eported by ! mark
b* CONTENT 0 12 3,r4% 6 10 c&!te!t 7&i!t% 8 2 e/,)&r,ti&!% 9
$ward one mark for the mere mention of the main idea, i)e)
C! date
C' /enue
C- speaker
C0 turn off tap brush teeth
C" use shower bath
C1 collect rain water water plants
C2 fi3 leaks taps
C4 use washing machine full load
C5 wash car , use pail not hose
C!( turn off tap if not in use
C!! do not wash under running water
C!' reuse water cleaning
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25 AARDING MARKS FOR LANG:AGE
6arks are awarded for:
7i* $ccurate English
7ii* Style and Tone appropriate to the task)
88Candidates need not use e3act words gi/en in the stimulus) 9owe/er, own language must con/ey the
same meaning
CRITERIA FOR MARKING LANG:AGE
#$e%ti&! 1 : Directed riti!"
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!5 , '(
E3cellent
#anguage is accurate e3cept for first draft slips
No grammatical mistakes
Effecti/e use of /aried sentence structures
:ocabulary is sophisticated and precise
Spelling and punctuation are accurate and helpful
;aragraphs ha/e unity and are welllinked
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!1 , !4
%ood
#anguage is almost always accurate
Sentence structure is /aried and interesting
=ide /ocabulary
Spelling and punctuation are accurate
;aragraphs ha/e unity
$ppropriate tone and style
C
!- , !"
Satisfactory
#anguage is largely accurate
Simple structures are used without errors
Errors occur in comple3 sentences
:ocabulary is adequate
Spelling and punctuation are generally accurate
=ritten in paragraphs but ideas may not be linked
$ppropriate tone and style
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!! , !-
+air
#anguage is sufficiently accurate
;atches of clarity when simple structures are used
Some /ariety in sentence structure
$dequate /ocabulary but lacks precision
Spelling of simple words and punctuation are generally accurate
;aragraphs ha/e some unity
Tone and style are sometimes appropriate
E
2 , 5
&nsatisfactory
6eaning is ne/er in doubt
Errors are sufficiently frequent and serious
Some simple structures may be accurate
:ocabulary is limited and simple but not precise
Spelling errors in difficult words
;aragraphs lack planning
Tone and style inappropriate
6eaning is fairly clear
6any serious errors , mainly S=E 7single word error*
-
& 7i*
0 , 1
;oor
$ few simple structures are used correctly
Errors in spelling of simple words
;aragraphs may not be used
Tone and style hidden in density of errors
& 7ii*
' , -
6eaning is blurred
6ultiple word error 76=E*
& 7iii*
( , !
$lmost unrecogni?able as pieces of English
=hole sections may make no sense)
SECTION B : C&!ti!$&$% riti!"
MARKING SCHEME FOR #:ESTION 2
ASSESSMENT OBJECTI'ES
To test candidates ability to:
=rite a piece of continuous prose in accurate Standard English)
.espond rele/ance and creati/ely to a task chosen)
MARKING METHOD
The whole composition should be read slowly, indicating all errors and placing ticks for good use of
language or sub@ect matter) E3aminers must @udge which le/el best fits the grade descriptions)
BAND DESCRIPTIONS FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF CONTIN:O:S RITING
#$e%ti&! 2 : C&!ti!$&$% riti!"
$
00 , "(
E3cellent
#anguage is accurate e3cept for first draft slips
No grammatical mistakes
Effecti/e use of /aried sentence structures
:ocabulary is sophisticated and precise
Spelling and punctuation are accurate and helpful
;aragraphs ha/e unity and are welllinked
<
-4 , 0-
%ood
#anguage is almost always accurate
Sentence structure is /aried and interesting
=ide /ocabulary
Spelling and punctuation are accurate
;aragraphs ha/e unity
$ppropriate tone and style
C
-' , -2
Satisfactory
#anguage is largely accurate
Simple structures are used without error
Errors occur in more comple3 structures
:ocabulary is adequate
Spelling and punctuation are generally accurate
=ritten in paragraphs but ideas may not be linked
$ppropriate tone and style
#anguage is sufficiently accurate
;atches of clarity when simple structures are used
0
>
'1 , -!
+air
Some /ariety in sentence structures
$dequate /ocabulary but lacks precision
Spelling of simple words and punctuation generally accurate
;aragraphs ha/e some unity
Tone and style are sometimes appropriate
E
'( , '"
&nsatisfactory
6eaning is ne/er in doubt
Errors are sufficiently frequent and serious
Some simple structures may be accurate
:ocabulary is simple and limited but lacks precision
;aragraphs may not be used
Tone and style inappropriate
S&#AT

& 7i*
!0 , !5
;oor

6eaning is fairly clear
6any serious errors , mainly S=E
$ few simple structures are used correctly
Simple words are spelt correctly
;aragraphs lack planning
Tone and style hidden in density of errors
& 7ii*
4 , !-
6eaning is usually blurred but reader is able to get some sense)
6ultiple word errors 76=E*
& 7iii*
( , 2
$lmost unrecogni?able as pieces of English
=here occasional patched of clarity occur, marks should be awarded)
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