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Introduction 3,The reading test 4,The writing test 27. The spelling test 52,Introduction, As in previous years external marking agencies under contract to QCA will mark the test. papers The markers will follow the mark schemes in this booklet which are provided here to. inform teachers, The booklet includes the mark schemes for the assessment of reading writing and spelling For. ease of reference the test questions have been reproduced in the mark schemes Level threshold. tables will be posted on the QCA website www qca org uk on Monday 21 June. The mark schemes were devised after trialling the tests with children and contain examples of. some frequently recurring correct answers given in the trials The mark schemes indicate the. criteria on which judgements should be made In areas of uncertainty however markers should. exercise professional judgement based on the training they have received. The same sets of assessment focuses for reading and writing have been used for the English tasks. and tests at all key stages These provide information about the particular processes or skills the. child needs in order to answer the questions The reading assessment focuses are drawn from the. national curriculum and are directly related to the Primary National Strategy The focuses will. enable teachers to gain diagnostic information from children s performance Software to help with. this process can be downloaded from www qca org uk ca tests diagnostic asp. This information is provided in order to explain the structure of each mark scheme as well as the. way in which it will be used by external markers, The 2004 key stage 2 English tests and mark schemes were produced by the key stage 2 English. team at the National Foundation for Educational Research NFER on behalf of QCA. The reading test, The range of marks available for each question is given under the mark box in the.
margin of the Reading Answer Booklet, Incorrect or unacceptable answers are given a mark of 0 No half marks are awarded. There are several different answer formats,short answers. These may be a word or phrase only and 1 mark may be awarded for each correct. several line answers, These may be phrases or a sentence or two and up to 2 marks may be awarded. longer answers, These require a more detailed explanation of the child s opinion and up to 3 marks may. be awarded,other answers, Some responses do not involve writing and the requirements are explained in the question.
The mark scheme was devised after trialling the tests with children and contains examples of. some frequently occurring correct answers given in the trials These are shown in italics Many. children will however have different ways of wording an acceptable answer In assessing each. answer markers must focus on the content of what has been written and not on the quality of the. writing expression grammatical construction etc, The aspects of reading to be assessed are children s ability to. 1 use a range of strategies including accurate decoding of text to read for meaning. 2 understand describe select or retrieve information events or ideas from texts and use. quotation and reference to text, 3 deduce infer or interpret information events or ideas from texts. 4 identify and comment on the structure and organisation of texts including grammatical. and presentational features at text level, 5 explain and comment on the writers use of language including grammatical and literary. features at word and sentence level, 6 identify and comment on writers purposes and viewpoints and the overall effect of the. text on the reader, 7 relate texts to their social cultural and historical contexts and literary traditions.
The following table identifies the questions with marks available that address each assessment focus. Focus AF2 AF3 AF4 AF5 AF6 AF7,Total marks 8 22 4 8 8 0. Assessment focus 1 underlies the reading of and response to the text and questions in the test. and is not explicitly separately assessed at key stage 2 Not all focuses will be appropriate to. or appear in any one test at any given level,Section 1 Sport for All. 1 In which year did the first international games for. disabled athletes take place, Assessment focus 2 understand describe select or retrieve information events or ideas from texts. and use quotation and reference to text,Award 1 mark for the correct date. 2 Fill in the table using the information about,the Paralympic Games on page 5.
up to 2 marks, Assessment focus 2 understand describe select or retrieve information events or ideas from texts. and use quotation and reference to text,Award 2 marks for four cells correctly completed. Award 1 mark for two or three cells correctly completed. Year Place Number of Number of,athletes countries,1960 Rome 400 23. 2004 Athens 4000 130,Page 4 continued, 3 Which of the sports mentioned in Range of Sports page 6. were specially created for disabled players,up to 2 marks.
Assessment focus 2 understand describe select or retrieve information events or ideas from texts. and use quotation and reference to text,Award 1 mark for each correctly ticked box. Basketball,Wheelchair Rugby,Volleyball,Powerlifting. 4 Each section of the information on page 6 has a different function. a Label each arrow with the correct letter,A phrase defining the sport. B web link, Assessment focus 4 identify and comment on the structure and organisation of texts including grammatical. and presentational features at text level,Award 1 mark for three correctly completed boxes.
www paralympic org uk,Range of Sports, Eighteen different sports are played at the Paralympics Most. are adaptations of sports also played at the Olympics. Basketball a wheelchair version of,basketball,Archery a version of archery. with arrows shot,at an extra large target, The other four sports have been specially devised for disabled. people These four unique sports are,Boccia a sport based on an ancient Greek. ball tossing game,Goalball a goal scoring team game with.
blindfolded players,Powerlifting an individual event of strength. athletes lie on a bench and lift a,weighted bar,Wheelchair Rugby a team game combining the rules. and skills of basketball and rugby,played with a volleyball. Page 5 continued,4 b What is the function of D, the two lines of text in the middle of the list of sports. Assessment focus 4 identify and comment on the structure and organisation of texts including grammatical. and presentational features at text level, Award 1 mark for answers that explain the function as being to separate the adapted sports from.
the unique sports eg,it separates the two different groups. a sentence that splits the different sport events, Also award 1 mark for answers that explain the function as being to introduce the unique sports eg. to introduce the next section, to tell you what the next part of information is about. 5 Use the information in Goalball Scores page 7 to complete these. instructions, Assessment focus 3 deduce infer or interpret information events or ideas from texts simple inference. a Equipment, Award 1 mark for identifying a piece of equipment from the following list.
protective gear clothing,goals goalposts, rattling ball ball that makes a noise special ball. b Rules of the game,up to 2 marks, Award 1 mark for each of the following rules to a maximum of 2 marks. players have to be blindfolded, no player can keep the ball for more than 8 seconds you re only allowed to keep the ball for. the ball has to make a sound rattle,you have to wear protective gear. you have to play indoors, there must be three players equal numbers on each team.
you have to get the ball over the line to score,audience has to be silent. Do not accept answers expressed as a rule but which show a misunderstanding. For example,you re not allowed to keep the ball for 8 seconds. Or answers which imply that players have to be silent. For example,everyone has to be silent,Page 6 continued. 6 Fast furious skilful and fun page 7, Why do you think the writer described goalball in this way. Explain as fully as you can,up to 2 marks, Assessment focus 5 explain and comment on the writers use of language including grammatical and.
literary features at word and sentence level, Award 2 marks for answers which explain the positive impact of the quoted sentence and refer to the. intended effect upon the reader eg, the writer chose these words because it sums up the game in a few words making the reader. think it is an interesting sport, to make other people want to have a go and make it sound exciting. to encourage other people to play and to show it s fun to play because you re moving about. a lot and it is very skilful, Award 1 mark for answers which give a simple explanation of the positive attitude expressed in. the quoted sentences or the intended effect upon the reader eg. she enjoys it and thinks that it is fun, because she wanted to make it exciting for the person to read.
so that more people will want to come and play it, or which relate in simple terms the content of the first sentence to the sport of goalball as described. in the article eg, you re not allowed to keep the ball for more than 8 seconds so the game is quite fast. because in no other game do you have to be blindfolded and it s fast because you re only. allowed the ball for a certain time, the writer described it as fast because the game moves quickly Furious because it is a team. game and you want to get the ball off the other team Skilful because it takes some practice. 7 The last paragraph on page 7 has been put in a shaded box. Goalball s really exciting you re not allowed to keep the. ball for more than eight seconds and that makes the game. move fast We wear some special protective gear because. the ball is quite hard I ve had a few bruises My team. practises every Saturday and I always look forward to it. Paul Dobson goalball player,What is this paragraph. Assessment focus 6 identify and comment on writers purposes and viewpoints and the overall effect. of the text on the reader,Award 1 mark for correctly ticked box.
a commentary,a personal opinion,a synopsis,Page 7 continued. 8 Fill in the following table of information about the event reported. in Close Contest page 8,a On what date was the event held. Assessment focus 3 deduce infer or interpret information events or ideas from texts deduction. Award 1 mark for the correct date in any format eg. 18 March 18 3 2004 18 3 04 18 03 2004 18 03 04, If the year is included it must be the correct year. Do not accept a response which is not obviously a date eg 18 3 18 03. b Where was the event held, Assessment focus 2 understand describe select or retrieve information events or ideas from texts. and use quotation and reference to text,Award 1 mark for.
The mark scheme was devised after trialling the tests with children and contains examples of some frequently occurring correct answers given in the trials These are shown in italics Many children will however have different ways of wording an acceptable answer In assessing each answer markers must focus on the content of what has been written and not on the quality of the writing

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