Standard Grade - General - Reading Finalised Marking InstructionsPDF

Document Sample
Standard Grade - General - Reading Finalised Marking InstructionsPDF Powered By Docstoc
					                                     2006 Spanish

              Standard Grade – General – Reading

                    Finalised Marking Instructions




 The Scottish Qualifications Authority 2006

The information in this publication may be reproduced to support SQA qualifications only on a
non-commercial basis. If it is to be used for any other purposes written permission must be obtained
from the Assessment Materials Team, Dalkeith.

Where the publication includes materials from sources other than SQA (secondary copyright), this
material should only be reproduced for the purposes of examination or assessment. If it needs to be
reproduced for any other purpose it is the centre's responsibility to obtain the necessary copyright
clearance. SQA's Assessment Materials Team at Dalkeith may be able to direct you to the secondary
sources.

These Marking Instructions have been prepared by Examination Teams for use by SQA Appointed
Markers when marking External Course Assessments. This publication must not be reproduced for
commercial or trade purposes.
2006 Spanish Standard Grade – General Reading

Marking Scheme

 Q     Marks                   Acceptable                         Irrelevant/Insufficient                   Unacceptable

 1.      1       •   Adopt a dog/pet/animal/stray        ‘adopt’ without mention of what    animals
                     dog/lovely dog/Think about                                             buy or adopt
                     adopting a dog before you buy one                                      buy a dog
                                                                                            think before buying
                                                                                            sponsor a dog
                                                                                            adopt a dog before you buy one
                                                                                            adopted a dog
                                                                                            before buying adopt for a while


 2.      2       •   False

                 •   True


 3.      4       •   C

                 •   A

                 •   B

                 •   F




                                                                      Page 2
Q    Marks                  Acceptable                            Irrelevant/Insufficient   Unacceptable

4.     4     •   False

             •   False

             •   True

             •   True


5.     2     2 from
             • The trip is (6 hours)                    Fast
                 shorter/faster/faster than others/it   New
                 gets you there faster                  Much shorter

             •   It’s got more room/capacity/it can     It can take lots of people
                 hold more passengers                   It has a large capacity

             •  It’s more comfortable                   Comfortable
                NB – ‘very’ to be penalised once
                only
                    – similarly with unqualified
                   adjectives
             eg    very fast and very comfortable = 1
                   fast and comfortable = 1
                   fast/very fast = 0
                   more comfortable and fast = 1

             Do not penalise superlative –
             most/fastest

             No extraneous rule in this question

                                                                       Page 3
 Q       Marks                  Acceptable                        Irrelevant/Insufficient                    Unacceptable


6. (a)     2     •   Car hire/rental                        car                             wrong number of days

                 •   Guide/guide assistance/attendance of                                   guide from an official/assistance
                     a guide                                                                guide/official assisted guide
                                                                                            guide official/assistance to guide you
                                                                                            guidebook


  (b)      1     •   Tax(es)/VAT/local added tax(es)                                        Income tax
                     Accept wrong spelling of taxes                                         Local imposed tax/local tax free


7. (a)     1     •   Poverty/help the poor/about the
                     poor/problems of the poor/poor
                     people/problems in poor countries/
                     game against poverty




                                                                                            Public population
  (b)      1     •   One-fifth of the (world’s)                                             Country’s population
                                1                                                           Wrong translation of ‘mundial’
                     population/ /5 of the population
                     worldwide



                                                                     Page 4
 Q       Marks                 Acceptable                            Irrelevant/Insufficient                        Unacceptable


8. (a)     1     •   Lazy                                  ignore wrong translation of ‘un poco’   laid-back


  (b)      1     •   They wouldn’t live in Spain/stay in                                           they wouldn’t go to Spain
                     Spain/don’t fancy living in Spain                                             don’t appreciate living in Spain




                                                                        Page 5
 Q       Marks                 Acceptable                            Irrelevant/Insufficient                              Unacceptable


9. (a)     2     2 from
                 • They are blind/can’t see properly                                                    in the night he can’t see
                     They can hardly see

                 •   Weigh only half a kilo/weigh hardly                                                wrong weight
                     anything/don’t weigh much/hardly
                     weigh ½ a kilo/quite light

                 •   Have no teeth/hair/fur




  (b)      2     2 from                                                                                 not coming to people
                 • They don’t like to be seen                                                           they run away and hide

                 •   They move/travel/walk silently/
                     without noise/they are not
                     noisy/they don’t make much sound      ignore, ‘with residents/inhabitants, etc.’   they don’t like noise

                 •   They are not aggressive

                 Ignore wrong spelling of quiet




                                                                         Page 6
  Q       Marks                  Acceptable                               Irrelevant/Insufficient                       Unacceptable


10. (a)     1     •   Signed (by the singer)/He’s signing it     It’s a gold disk/copy              It’s the signature for the singer


   (b)      1     •   Member(s) of his band had it/One of                                           A band
                      his musicians had it/in the possession
                      of one of his band members


   (c)      1     •   He dropped it (during a concert)/it fell                                      it was given at one of his concerts
                      on the ground/floor/stage/it fell out of                                      he threw it/he left it to fall/he let it fall to the
                      his pocket/The fan found it on the         They got it from the concert       ground
                      floor




11. (a)     1     •   Can’t even go out shopping/he gets
                      noticed every time he goes
                      out/Doesn’t shop without people
                      trying to talk to him




                                                                            Page 7
Q     Marks                  Acceptable                           Irrelevant/Insufficient                             Unacceptable


(b)     1     •   To go (for a walk) on the beach/The    Ignore mistranslation of ‘delante’           look out onto the beach
                  beach is quiet (at that time of day)   Likes to go for a quiet walk                 relax on the beach
                                                                                                      beaches




(c)     1     •   Needs to buy more wardrobes/           ignore past tense                            he has a big wardrobe
                  cupboards for his room                 he’s got loads of clothes/his room is full   he has to buy another wardrobe
                                                         of clothes                                   his wardrobe is full




                                                                    Page 8
 Q      Marks                  Acceptable                           Irrelevant/Insufficient                   Unacceptable


 (d)      1     •   Make him look mysterious/are                                              Cool
                    mysterious/he likes looking                                               The aspect is mysterious
                    mysterious/because of the mysterious
                    aspect




 (e)      1     •   Go/sail round the world in a yacht     sail a yacht                       Travel the world yacht
                                                           sail round the world               Go play round the world in a yacht




                                                    Total (32)
NB     GRIDRULE APPLIES  2, 3, 4
       EXTRANEOUS RULE APPLIES -1 PER WHOLE QUESTION TO ALL OTHERS (EXCEPT 5).

                                                         [END OF MARKING INSTRUCTIONS]


                                                                      Page 9

				
DOCUMENT INFO