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SK SERI INDAH

SKEMA BAHASA INGGERIS TAHUN 6


PPT 2018

PAPER 1 / KERTAS 1
SECTION A
1. A 6. A 11. C 16. B
2. C 7. A 12. B 17. D
3. D 8. A 13. C 18. A
4. C 9. A 14. C 19. D
5. B 10. D 15. B 20. A

SECTION B
21.
a) Congratulations, Ashraf! (Accept any suitable answer)
b) Lets take it for check up at the veterinarian.. (Accept any suitable answer)
c) May I help you with that books? (Accept any suitable answer)

22.
a) at the farm.
b) wisdom
c) The fox requested for the farmer’s wisdom because he wanted to control all the
animals. (Accept any suitable answer)
d) In my opinion, I think the farmer ran away for a while. (Accept any suitable
answer)
e) No, because wisdom is something that need to be learned. (Accept any suitable
answer)

23.
a) create activities such as photo sap, family treasure hunt and tour into the past.
b) family tree chart
c) i. Photo swap is good because each picture is labelled with details.
ii. Tour into the past provides opportunity to share family memories.
iii. Tips on planning a memorable family reunion are very useful.
d) Accept any suitable answer.
e) Accept any suitable answer.

24.
a) extended family
b) Teacher’s Day
c) Accept any suitable answer.
d) Accept any suitable answer.
e) Accept any suitable answer.
PAPER 2 / KERTAS 2
SECTION A
(10 marks)

1. petals
2. scent
3. ornamental flower
4. women’s eyebrow
5. in salads

SECTION B
(15 marks)
1. free wi-fi
2. a multi-lingual tour guide on board
3. complimentary mineral water

E-mail

Dear Anisa,

I hope you are fine. I am glad you want to visit Happy Town. You could stay at the
Happy Town Hotel and use the monorail to visit various places there. You could go
shopping at the Happy Town Shopping Complex. Another point of interest is the
Happy Town Amusement Park. There are many fun and interesting rides there. You
could also visit the Happy Town Zoo. They have many interesting animals there and
some of them are quite exotic.
Hope you will enjoy you trip to Happy Town’ Good bye!

Your cousin,
Suzana

Suggested marking scheme for QUESTION 2 (ii)


DESCRIPTORS SUGGESTED MARKS
 Confident and excellent use of the language with
new words to express ideas. 10, 11, 12
 Ideas are clear, well planned and relevant through a
variety of sentence structures.
 Overall accurate use of spelling and punctuation.
 Proficient use of the language with new words to
express ideas. 7, 8, 9
 Most ideas are clear, organised and relevant with
attempts made to write a variety of sentence
structures.
 Spelling and punctuation may occur but meaning is
clear.
 Correct use of the language.
 Satisfactory presentation of ideas using adequate 4, 5, 6
vocabulary.
 A few punctuation and spelling errors but meaning is
still clear.
 Poor use of the language.
 Limited and incorrect vocabulary used. 1, 2, 3
 Many errors is spelling and punctuation.
 Ideas are incomprehensible.
 Direct lifting
0 mark : no answer given / blatant irrelevancy.

SECTION C
(25 marks)
DESCRIPTORS SUGGESTED MARKS
 Sentence structure is disorganized. 1,2,3
 Poor use of the language.
 Ideas and meaning is still clear.
 Chunking of words.
 Ideas and meaning is clear. 4,5,6
 Some spelling and punctuation errors.
 Some grammatical errors.
 Single word errors in the sentences.
 Correct use of thelanguage. 7,8,9
 Satisfactory presentation of ideas using adequate
vocabulary.
 A few punctuations may occur but meaning is still clear.
 Satisfactory presentation of ideas using adequate 10,11,12
vocabulary.
 Correct use of the language with new words to express
ideas.
 Able to use variety of sentence structures.

 Competent use of the language. 13,14,15


 Ideas and meaning are clearly stated.
 Occasional spelling, grammar and punctuation errors.
 Able tosupport the ideas with supporting details.
 Proficient use of the language. 16,17,18
 Able to relate ideas with clear supporting details.
 Well planned and organized ideas.
 Minimal grammatical errors.
 Confident use of the language with organized and well 19, 20,21,22
plan ideas.
 Able to convey ideas with good supporting details.
 Accurate use of spelling and punctuation.
 Excellent and confident use of the language with new 23,24,25
words to express ideas.
 Able to support ideas with excellent supporting details.
 Ideas are clear, well planned and relevant through a
variety of sentence structure.
 For direct lifting, chunking of words/phrases 1

 Blatant irrelevancy 0