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PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAAN

SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA


2016

PERATURAN PEMARKAHAN
BAHASA INGGERIS
KERTAS 2

UNTUK KEGUNAAN PEMERIKSA SAHAJA

AMARAN
Peraturan pemarkahan ini SULIT dan Hak Cipta Kerajaan Malaysia.
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maklumat dalam peraturan pemarkahan ini tidak boleh dimaklumkan kepada
sesiapa.Peraturan pemarkahan ini tidak boleh dikeluarkan dalam apa-apa juga
bentuk media.

SECTION A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

C
A
B
D
B
C
B
D

9
10
11
12
13
14
15

C
D
D
D
B
C
A

SECTION B
16.

Help Protect Our Environment

1 mark

17.

To release/ release/ releasing carbon dioxide into the atmosphere

1 mark

18.

Reduce the use of fossil fuels

1 mark

19.

Plant native trees in urban and deforested areas

1 mark

20.

(To) stop global warming

1 mark

21.

(To) reduce soil erosion and water pollution

22.

(To) provide a habitat for native wildlife /


(To) improve our health

1 mark

23.

Absorbs over a ton of harmful greenhouse gases

1 mark

24.

Produce enough oxygen for four people every day

1 mark

25.

Provide support for one youth volunteer

1 mark

( interchangeable )
( interchangeable )

1 mark

SECTION C
26

(a)
(b)

Man of the market place


Shrewd

27

(a)
(b)

He tried to explain with his gestures and tone of voice that his intentions were friendly.
To gain trust from the chimp

28

Joseph / the chimpanzee shrieked and shot out of the garage.

29

(a)
(b)

30

Yes / No
Accept any logical reason

31

Content Points
C1

The practice of asking the chimpanzee to stay every time he tried to follow the author.
To avoid the chimpanzee from following him out of the garage.

that his intentions were friendly

C2
C3
C4
C5
C6
C7
C8
C9
C10
C11
C12
C13
C14
C15
C16

talked to him / Joseph/ the chimpanzee for about 10 minutes


gave him / Joseph/ the chimpanzee a little pat on the head
And a big kiss on the nose
Gently cut his/ Josephs/ the chimpanzees right hand free
Touched his / Josephs/ the chimpanzees swollen fingers
Slowly freed his / Josephs/ the chimpanzees legs and watched him carefully
Released him /Joseph/ the chimpanzee from the netting around his arms
Hooted back at him /Joseph/ the chimpanzee and smiled
Extended his own hand and Joseph/ the chimpanzee rested his swollen fingers on his
palm
Held the hand for five minutes to determine the extent of the infection
When Joseph became hysterical, he walked towards him slowly
Joseph let him close the gap and take him by the left hand
Squeezed it/ Josephs/ the chimpanzees hand tightly to reassure him
Persuaded him/ Joseph/ the chimpanzee back to the garage
Sat down and waited quietly

STYLE AND PRESENTATION DESCRIPTOR FOR LANGUAGE


Marks for Style and Presentation are awarded based on the average sum total (to the nearest rounded
fraction/decimal) of Paraphrase and Use of English.
Annotate as follows :
Paraphrase : 5
Use of English : 4
9 2 = 4.5 = 5 marks
BAND DESCRIPTORS FOR SUMMARY
MARK

PARAPHRASE (RP)
There is a sustained attempt to rephrase the text language.
Expression is secure.
Allow phrases from the text, which are
difficult to substitute.

MARK

There is a noticeable attempt to rephrase the text.


The summary is free from stretches of
concentrated lifting.
Expression is generally sound.

USE OF ENGLISH (UE)


Apart from very occasional slips, the
language is accurate.
Any occasional errors are either first
draft slips or minor errors.
Sentence structure is varied and
there is a marked ability to use original
complex syntax outside text structures.
Punctuation is accurate and helpful to
the reader.
Spelling is secure across the full range
of vocabulary used.
The language is almost always
accurate.
Serious errors will be isolated as to be
almost unnoticeable.
Sentences will show some variation
including original syntax outside text
structures.
Punctuation is accurate and generally
helpful.
Spelling is nearly always secure.

Intelligent and selective lifting, i.e. when


groups of words are combined with own
words.
Limited attempt to re-phrase the text.
Expression may not always be secure
but the attempt to substitute will gain
credit.

Wholesale copying of text material,


i.e. in chunks not a complete script of the
original.
Attempts to substitute own language
will be limited to single word expression.
Irrelevant sections of the text will be
more frequent at this and subsequent
levels.

More or less a complete transcript of


the text.
This means sentence after sentence
copied without a clear break.
Originality barely noticeable.
There will also be random transcription
of irrelevant sections of the text.

0-1

SECTION D
32

a.
b.
c.
d.

In Lulus room
Lulus younger brother / the persona
Confused / Worried / Sad
(i)
She had an argument with her mother.
(ii)
She had a fight with her mother.
(iii)
She wanted to have more freedom.
(iv)
She was being influenced by her friends.
(Accept any possible answers)

33 NOVEL
Marks awarded are as follows:

The language is largely accurate.


Simple structures tend to dominate.
Serious errors are not frequent,
although they are noticeable.
Where sentences show some variety
and complexity, they will generally be
lifted from the text.
Serious errors may occur when more
sophisticated structures are attempted.
Punctuation is largely accurate.
Spelling is mostly secure.
Errors may occur in the use of original
or ambitious vocabulary
Meaning not in doubt, but serious
errors are becoming more frequent.
Simple structures will be accurate,
although this accuracy is not sustained
for long.
Simple punctuation will usually be
correct, with occasional errors of sentence
separation.
Spelling is largely accurate, but
mistakes will occur in handling the more
difficult words.
Irrelevant or distorted detail will
destroy the sequence in places.
Heavy frequency of serious errors,
impeding the reading in many places.
Fractured syntax is much more
pronounced at this level, and
punctuation falters.
Errors of sentence separation are
liable to be frequent.

CONTENT : 10 marks
LANGUAGE : 5 marks
TOTAL 15 marks
Please refer to the band descriptors below before deciding which band BEST FITS the mark for
CONTENT and LANGUAGE.
Score

10 - 9

8-7

Band Descriptors
an always relevant response to the
task
almost always provide textual evidence
(detailed and well developed)
maintains a consistent and convincing
point of view
candidates can tie the quality of the
character with evidence mentioned
a relevant response to the task
usually provides textual evidence
maintains a consistent point of view
doesnt convince ( argument not as
developed as 9/10 but with some
development)
more towards narration

6-5

an intermittently relevant response to


the task
provides little textual evidence
point of view consistent in parts

4-3

a response of very little relevance to


the task
hardly any textual evidence
point of view difficult to establish

2-1

show barely any understanding of the


requirement(s) of the task
point of view not establish

Mark

Use of Language
accurate
very well-organised
easily understood

largely accurate
well-organised
easily understood

frequent errors but meaning not


in doubt
fairly organised
can be understood
some blurring in meaning
poorly organised
generally difficult to understand

makes little or no sense at


all/hard to follow
lacks organisation
difficult to understand