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HONG KONG EXAlY1INATIONS AUTHORITY

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HONG KONG ADVANCED LEVEL EXAMINATION, 1996

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This marking scheme has been prepared by the Hong Kong Examinations Authority for markers' reference. The Examinations Authority has no objection to markers sharing it., after the completion of marking, with colleagues who are teaching the subject. However, under no circumstances should it be given to students because they are likely to regard it as a set of model answers. Markers/teachers should therefore firmly resist students' requests for access to this document. Our examinations emphasise the testing of understanding, the practical application of knowledge and the use of processing skills. Hence the use of model answers, or an}1.hing else which encourages rote memorisation, should be considered outmoded and pedagogically unsound. The Examinations Authority is counting on the co-operation of markers/teachers in this regard.

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1996 Use of English Examination Section E Notes for I\.Iarkers 1.

It is essential that markers adhere strictly to this marking scheme to ensure a uniform standard of marking. Instructions relating to the marking conventions should also be carefully followed in order to facilitate checkmarking and the work of the arithmetic checkers.

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In the marking scheme words or figures in brackets ( ) are not essential to the ans':er, while words underlined are absolutely essential.

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In the marking scheme words or figures in square brackets [ ] give explanatory remarks/information.

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In the marking scheme / indicates an alternative acceptable answer.

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In the marking scheme X indicates a wrong or unacceptable answer.

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Marking must be done in red and be very clear.

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Marking MUST be done in the margins labelled 'Marker's Use Only'. These margins will be cut off for Appeals marking to avoid the marks given influencing the Appeals marker.

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i'larking

Conventions

for the CONTENT

POINTS

Task 1 : Article

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Identify each correctly-answered content point by writing its marking scheme number in the script margin labelled 'Marker's Use Only'. Where the marking scheme number alone appears in the script margin, one mark is awarded. For certain content points you are allowed to give one or two marks. If two marks afe allowed for a content point, and you intend to give two marks for it, write the marking scheme number and add the letter 'b'. Example: 4b. It is not necessary to mark incorrect or omitted points with an 'X', but whenever a candidate scores no marks on a page, put a large 'X' in the margin so that the checkerknows the page has been marked. Write the total content marks at the end of the answer space on page 6 in the box labelled 'CONT'. Task 2 : Leaflet

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On pages 7 and 8 in the column labelled Marker's Use Only there are mark boxes indicaredas L, C and R (Left, Centre and Right). L C R

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In the box corresponding to each content point write' 0' for incorrect or omitted, or 'I' for correct. necessary to write a '0' or 'I' for each content...
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