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Unformatted text preview: CED Centre Number __..__ Em BoAIIIIIIFSTUIIIES StudentNumber NEW SOUTH WALES 2001 HIGHER SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION Arabic Continuers Total marks — 80 Pages 2—5 25 marks ' Attempt Questions 1—8 General Instructions - This section should take approximately 30 minutes 0 Reading time — 10 minutes . Section II Pages 9—15 . Working time — 2 hours and 40 marks 50 minutes . Write using black or blue pen This section has two parts, Part A and Part B . Monolingual an d/or bilingual - Allow about 1 hour and 20 minutes for this section print dictionaries may be used Part A _ 25 marks 0 Write your Centre Number and . Attempt Questions 9_10 Student Number at the, top of ”“5 Page Part B - 15 marks 0 Attempt Question 1 1 Section III Page 16 15 marks ° Attempt Questions 12—1 3 0 Allow about 1 hour for this section 308 Section I — Listening and Responding 25 marks Attempt Questions 1—8 This section should take approximately 30 minutes You will hear EIGHT texts in this examination. The question for each text will be read once before the first reading of the text. Each text will be read twice. There will be a pause after the first reading in which you may make notes. You will be given adequate time after the second reading to complete your answer. Listen carefully to each text and then answer the corresponding question in the space provided. Answer the questions in ENGLISH, unless you are told to answer in ARABIC. In the case of multiple-choice questions, tick the box that corresponds to the correct response. You may proceed to Section II as soon as you have finished Question 8. In your answers you will be assessed on how well you demonstrate: I capacity to understand general and specific aspects of texts by identifying and analysing information I capacity to convey the information accurately and appropriately Marks Candidate’s Question 1(1 mark) Notes Answer in ARABIC. 1 Complete the table. Marks Candidate’s Question 2(1 mark) Notes Tick the box that corresponds to the correct response. 1 What is Rana most likely to say next? [:1 91M @331“, 4°: .13? L"33.3 I333 33 (A) g Z3532 @1311 133 3’3 ’ ’33. (B) a 23ng 23;; 93381 93’? 91323;? 3322’? (c) [3 21.3131: 33331 .33 23331 .151 15:11 .333311 L”53.13 y (D) Question 3 (3 marks) How does Zena persuade Jamil to go to this function? 3 Question 4 (4 marks) (a) What recommendation is given for the treatment of depression? 1 (b) What are the benefits of this treatment? 3 .................................................................................................... .................................................................................................... Marks Candidate’s Question 5 (1 mark) Notes Tick the box that corresponds to the correct response. 1 ’ I D r } } 0.5M: In as: /}/o B (UALJIUJJMw’JlJc/EIJJI (B) an 0/} 4 / / art! a wwwwwfi’eul (C) .QMJIJH WLUJJMM‘JJLI—H—Ij [1 (@LJIQJWQAQL’EIJJI ~ (D) 0/} r }/0 .thszsyu WLJMMJJLua Question 6 (4 marks) Answer in ARABIC. 4 Complete the table. Marks Candidate’s Question 7 (5 marks) Notes (a) What are the benefits of this diet? 3 (b) Does this diet appeal to Selim? Explain. 2 Question 8 (6 marks) (a) Why is Laila particularly enthusiastic about this channel? 3 (b) How does her language demonstrate this? Refer specifically to 3 the text by giving examples to support your answer. You may now proceed to Section II BLANK PAGE BLANK PAGE BLANK PAGE _ 8 _ © Board of Studies NSW 2001 2001 HIGHER SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION Arabic Continuers Section II — Reading and Responding 40 marks Allow about 1 hour and 20 minutes for this section Part A — 25 marks Attempt Questions 9—10 Read both texts, then answer the corresponding questions in ENGLISH in the Section II Part A Answer Booklet. 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GI; 01,“ dium/ 9.1,” Jam all .324, J u-IJ / ML“ End of Question 11 Please turn over -15_ Section III — Writing in Arabic 15 marks Attempt Questions 12—13 Allow about 1 hour for this section Answer each question in a SEPARATE writing booklet. Extra writing booklets are available. In your answers you will be assessed on how well you demonstrate: I relevance of the treatment of ideas, information or opinions I accuracy of vocabulary and sentence structures I variety of vocabulary and sentence structures I capacity to structure and sequence responses Marks Question 12 (6 marks) Answer ONE of the following questions. Write 100—150 words in ARABIC. (a) You have had to leave the house suddenly. Write a message to your parents 6 explaining why, and leave details as to how and where you can be contacted. OR (b) You are on holidays in an Arab country. Write a postcard to your parents informing 6 them about a problem that has arisen during your stay. Question 13 (9 marks) Answer ONE of the following questions. Write 100—150 words in ARABIC. (a) Write a speech addressed to your classmates, persuading them to lead a healthy 9 lifestyle during the HSC examinations. OR (b) You are in Year 12. You have just begun a part-time job. Write a diary entry in 9 which you reflect on whether this decision was a wise one. End of paper _ 16 _ © Board of Studies NSW 2001 :élé: CED __,__ [IDIEECD BOARDIIFS’I‘IJIIIES StUdeNumber NEW SOUTH WALES 2001 HIGHER SCHOOL CERTIFICATE EXAMINATION Arabic Continuers Section II Part A Answer Booklet Instructions - Attempt Questions 9—10 in this answer booklet 0 Write your Centre Number and Student Number at the top of this page 310 Section II — Reading and Responding Part A — 25 marks Attempt Questions 9—10 Read the texts on pages 10—13 of the question paper, then answer the corresponding questions in ENGLISH in the spaces provided. Marks Question 9 (10 marks) (a) What is the relationship between television and the three other inventions I mentioned? (b) How is the history of television described? 2 (c) What were the results of the ‘war’ that Mrs Adham referred to? 3 ((1) Compare and contrast the opinions of Nadia and Walid. 4 Marks Question 10 (15 marks) (a) Tick the box that corresponds to the correct response. 1 Which stars are for sale? (A) Stars that are important stars, but not yet named (B) Stars that have been discovered since the mid—19703 (C) Stars that are distant and therefore unimportant DEED (D) Stars that are well—positioned in the universe (b) Why would two people NOT be able to buy the same star? 2 (c) Why would you consider giving such a gift to someone? 3 (d) How did NASA respond to Mr White’s request? 3 Question 10 continues on page 4 Marks Question 10 (continued) (e) Why did Mr White choose this particular way to celebrate the memory of his 5 daughter? (f) Tick the box that corresponds to the correct response. 1 Which of the following is the most appropriate title for this text? (A) A special Valentine’s Day gift (B) How to own a star (C) A father wins support from NASA DUDE! (D) Highway to Heaven End of Question 10 _ 4 _ © Board of Studies NSW 2001 ...
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