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MARKING SCHEME FOR SECTION B (ii) ( YEAR 6 )

BAND MARKS SCORING CRITERIA


 Can transfer information to complete linear and non- linear texts with
Excellent 12-11 an excellent level of accuracy.
 Excellent use of the language, smart and well planned.
 Paragraphs are correctly plotted.
 Variety of sentence structures,
e.g. simple, compound and complex.
 All sentences are grammatically correct.
 New words and phrases used correctly.
 No spelling and punctuation errors.
 Can transfer information to complete linear and non- linear texts with
Good 10-8 an excellent level of accuracy.
 Paragraphing can be seen and mostly correct.
 Good use of the language.
 Language and ideas are almost perfect and well planned.
 Almost all vocabulary correctly used.
 A few grammatical errors.
 Hardly any spelling and punctuation errors.
 Can transfer information to complete linear and non- linear texts with a
Satisfactory 7-5 good level of accuracy.
 Paragraphing can be seen and generally correct.
 Satisfactory use of language and vocabulary.
 Common and simple ideas are found.
 Many grammatical errors but meaning is clear.
 Spelling and punctuation are generally correct.
 Can transfer information to complete linear and non- linear texts with a
Achievement 4-3 limited level of accuracy.
 Attempt is made in paragraphing.
 Limited ideas found with structural errors but still able to convey
meaning and attempt is made.
 Some spelling errors but commonly words used are spelt correctly.
 Some punctuation errors are found.
 Can transfer information to complete linear and non- linear texts with a
Weak 2-1 very limited level of accuracy.
 Paragraphing can be seen.
 Poor use of the language and vocabulary.
 Too many errors and chunking of ideas.
 Numerous spelling errors but commonly words used are spelt correctly.
 Numerous punctuation errors.

0  Blank script / Script does not make sense / e.g. rewriting the rubrics
MARKING SCHEME FOR SECTION C ( YEAR 6 )

LEVEL MARKS SCORING CRITERIA


 Excellent level of accuracy and appropriateness.
Excellent 25-22  Excellent use of the language, smart and well planned.
 Paragraphs are correctly plotted.
 Variety of sentence structures,
e.g. simple, compound and complex.
 Ideas are well organised and able to sustain the interest of the readers.
 All sentences are grammatically correct.
 New words and phrases are used proficiently.
 Only one or two spelling and punctuation errors.
 Very good level of accuracy and appropriateness.
Good 21 - 16  Paragraphing can be seen and mostly correct.
 Proficient use of the language.
 Language and ideas are almost perfect and well planned.
 Simple and compound sentences are used throughout.
 Many new words are used correctly.
 Two or three grammatical errors found.
 Hardly any spelling and punctuation errors.
 Good level of accuracy and appropriateness.
Satisfactory 15 - 10  Paragraphing can be seen and generally correct.
 Language and vocabulary mostly correct to convey meaning.
 Common and simple language is used to describe what can be seen in
the picture.
 A few grammatical errors.
 Limited spelling and punctuation errors.
 Satisfactory level of accuracy and appropriateness.
Achievement 9- 5  Attempt is made in paragraphing.
 Satisfactory use of the language and vocabulary.
 Meaning is clear and attempt is made to deliver ideas.
 A few sentences describe what can be seen in the picture.
 Some grammatical / single word errors are found but meaning is clear.
 Commonly used words are spelled correctly.
 A few spelling and punctuation errors found.
 Very limited accuracy and appropriateness.
Weak 4-1  Paragraphing can be seen.
 Poor use of the language and limited vocabulary.
 Ideas are vague.
 Numerous spelling and punctuation errors.
 Too many errors and chunking of ideas.
 Many structural errors.
0  Blank script / Script does not make sense / e.g. rewriting the rubrics
Section C

Question 1

 Accept any logical answers.


 The answers must be within 80-100 words

Question 2

 Accept any logical answers.


 The answers must be within 80-100 words