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0301enk - 1 - February 25, 2003 English 12 January 2003 Provincial Examination A NSWER K EY / S CORING G UIDE Topics: 1. Editing and Proofreading Skills 2. Interpretation of Literature 3. Original Composition Multiple Choice QK C S T 1. B K 1 1 2. D K 1 1 3. B K 1 1 4. C K 1 1 5. C K 1 1 6. A K 1 1 7. B K 1 1 8. B K 1 1 9. C K 1 1 10. B K 1 1 11. A K 1 2 12. B K 1 2 13. A U 1 2 14. B U 1 2 C ST 15. A K 1 2 16. D U 1 2 17. B K 1 2 18. C U 1 2 19. B U 1 2 20. C K 1 2 21. D U 1 2 22. D K 1 2 23. A U 1 2 24. B U 1 2 25. A K 1 2 26. D U 1 2 27. C K 1 2 Multiple Choice = 27 marks
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0301enk - 2 - February 25, 2003 Written Response QCTS 1. H 2 12 2a. H 2 24 2b. H 2 24 3. H 3 24 Score only one of the two questions given. Written Response = 60 marks Multiple Choice = 27 Written Response = 60 EXAMINATION TOTAL = 87 marks LEGEND: Q = Question Number C = Cognitive Level T = Topic K= Keyed Response S= Score B= Score Box Number
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0301enk - 3 - February 25, 2003 POETRY SCORING GUIDE This question tests both the reading and the writing abilities of the student. Your mark must reflect both the accuracy of the reading as well as the fluency of the writing. This guide should be adequate for most papers; however, if you come across a paper that is problematic, please double-check with the chair or sub-chair. It is essential to remember that this is a draft work ; even high-level papers are likely to have the odd error — whether in analysis or writing. Such mistakes should be considered as part of the paper’s holistic mark, but should not necessarily result in an automatic drop in the score. However, a paper containing errors so distracting that they impede understanding should not be given a mark of more than three; a two would be more likely. Please remember that references to the text may be explicit or implicit. References to lines solely by number should be ignored . High-level papers tend to sharply identify emotions and to provide relevant and well integrated support. The realization is often succinctly and accurately stated. There are few personal feelings projected into the response. Mid-level papers tend to list feelings rather than discuss them. While references to the text are present, they are often unfocused. Some papers at this level project personal feelings into the text rather than commentary on those in the text. Low-level papers often manage to present the speaker’s feelings to some extent and to offer realization. Some papers exhibit a significant misreading and/or personal feelings in the guise of analysis.
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0301enk - 4 - February 25, 2003 6 Answer The six response is superior and may draw upon any number of factors such as effectiveness of argument and level of insight. The six response exhibits an effective writing style and a sophisticated use of language. Despite its clarity and precision, this response need not be error-free.
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