GRADE 12 SEPTEMBER 2018 ENGLISH FIRST ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE

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2 ENGLISH FIRST ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE P2 EC SEPTEMBER 2018. INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION, 1 Candidates are required to answer questions from TWO sections. 2 Candidates responses should be assessed as objectively as possible. 3 MARKING GUIDELINES, 4 1 A candidate may not answer more than ONE question on the same. 4 2 If a candidate gives two answers where the first one is wrong and the. next one is correct mark the first answer and ignore the next. 4 3 If answers are incorrectly numbered mark according to the marking. guidelines, 4 4 If a spelling error affects the meaning mark incorrect If it does not affect. the meaning mark correct, 4 5 If the candidate does not use inverted commas when asked to quote do. not penalise, 4 6 For open ended questions no marks should be awarded for YES NO or I.
AGREE I DISAGREE The reason substantiation motivation is what. should be considered, 4 7 No marks should be awarded for TRUE FALSE or FACT OPINION The. reason substantiation motivation is what should be considered. Copyright reserved Please turn over, EC SEPTEMBER 2018 ENGLISH FIRST ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE P2 3. SECTION A NOVEL, NOTE Candidates are required to answer ONE question on the novel they have. QUESTION 1 CRY THE BELOVED COUNTRY, Candidates are required to answer BOTH questions i e QUESTIONS 1 1 and. 1 1 1 1 1 Stephen is reluctant to take all the money. Mrs Kumalo generously wants him to take all the money. Stephen turns to God in prayer,Mrs Kumalo prefers time on her own.
NOTE Accept any ONE of the above or any other appropriate. difference 2,1 1 2 take the Post Office book,You must take that also 1. 1 1 3 St Chad s is the intended school for Absalom 1. 1 1 4 A difficult 1,1 1 5 a For Absalom to go to school at St Chad s. To pay for Absalom s school fees at St Chad s,For Absalom s education at St Chad s. To buy new clothes for Stephen Mr Kumalo Mrs Kumalo s. NOTE Accept any ONE of the above 1, b The white collar identifies clergy priests pastors ministers. The white collar is a sign of the calling of,clergy priests pastors ministers.
The white collar is worn by clergy priests pastors ministers. NOTE Accept any ONE of the above 1, 1 1 6 a He has to face the unknown to solve a lot of family problems. He is worried about his son and his sister,He carries a heavy load problems on his shoulders. NOTE Accept any ONE of the above 1, b Mrs Kumalo realises her husband needs time alone with God. She respects his privacy with God 1,Copyright reserved Please turn over. 4 ENGLISH FIRST ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE P2 EC SEPTEMBER 2018. 1 1 7 Stephen Kumalo is hurt that so many of his family have left for. Johannesburg and not stayed in touch so he lashes out at his wife who. is forced to endure her pain alone When Kumalo arrives in. Johannesburg his pain increases as he witnesses how far his brother. and sister have departed from their tribal values Kumalo s fears. increase his suffering as he continues to look for Absalom Once he. realises that his son has been arrested for murder he is heart broken. Unable to rely on his brother or sister for support Kumalo finds relief. from some unexpected places including his son s pregnant girlfriend a. white priest and the father of the man Absalom killed Kumalo learns. that pain and suffering thrive in secrecy Once he begins openly praying. for those who have wronged him and those who have helped him. Kumalo becomes grateful and his pain is transformed into. NOTE For full marks the response must be well substantiated A. candidate can score 1 or 2 marks for a response which is. not well substantiated The candidate s interpretation must. be grounded in the text of the novel 3,1 1 8 Yes he lives up to his profession.
He is considerate in not insisting on all their savings. He is thoughtful He considers the needs of his wife before his own. He respects his superiors He informs his Bishop about his. whereabouts,He asks for forgiveness from his wife,He goes to church to pray. No he does not live up to his profession, One does not encourage wrongdoings and let your household suffer. financially, His family should learn that taking a wrong route has consequences. A pastor is supposed to look after his congregation. NOTE Do NOT award a mark for YES or NO Credit responses. where a combination is given For full marks the response. must be well substantiated A candidate can score 1 or 2. marks for a response which is not well substantiated The. candidate s interpretation must be grounded in the text of the. Copyright reserved Please turn over, EC SEPTEMBER 2018 ENGLISH FIRST ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE P2 5. 1 1 9 Yes I sympathise with Mrs Kumalo, Any mother would feel heartbroken if her son has strayed from his.
upbringing, She generously shares her savings for her husband not to suffer. financially in Johannesburg,She had to sacrifice her stove. She must stay behind alone and account to where the pastor of the. She accepts their hardships gracefully,No I do not sympathise with Mrs Kumalo. Mrs Kumalo needs to stand firm as to why the money was saved. Stephen s relatives chose to move to Johannesburg and decided to. lead a lifestyle of choice,She does not engage in prayer like her husband. NOTE Do NOT award a mark for YES or NO Credit responses. where a combination is given For full marks the response. must be well substantiated A candidate can score 1 or 2. marks for a response which is not well substantiated The. candidate s interpretation must be grounded in the text of. the novel 3,1 2 1 2 1 a Absalom Absalom his son his son 1.
b They are having the conversation at the prison jail where. Absalom is kept 1, 1 2 2 a forgiveness understanding settlement reunion compassion 1. b Absalom regrets the life that he has lead He is ready to confess. his sins and amend his life, Stephen has forgiven his son just like the father did in the. parable of the prodigal son in the Bible 1,NOTE Accept any one of the above. 1 2 3 It signifies his obedience to his father, It is a sign that he feels remorse and wants to change his life 2. Copyright reserved Please turn over, 6 ENGLISH FIRST ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE P2 EC SEPTEMBER 2018.
1 2 4 a The touch of Stephen s hand gave Absalom hope 1. b Absalom has killed a man and he is in jail, At this stage he was fearing the worst the death sentence. His father s visit has given him hope, The handshake of his father has given him consolation and it is. a sign of forgiveness reconciliation and hope 2, 1 2 5 Stephen is black old and the father of a jailbird and gets. stereotyped as a person of no morals or values while he practices a. respected lifestyle, Stephen is treated by the white warden in a disrespectful manner. merely because he is black, Stephen is a church minister and is normally treated with great.
respect by white and black because of his calling 2. 1 2 6 Mr Kumalo is religious as it is important that Absalom must. confess go to confession, Moral values are important as he will arrange the marriage between. Absalom and the girl, He is caring compassionate loving kind because he will take the girl. under his care in Ndotsheni, He is forgiving because he asks Absalom to wipe his tears and he. shakes his hand, He is considerate because he tells Absalom to write to his mother so. that she can be at ease, NOTE For full marks the response must be well substantiated.
A candidate can score 1 or 2 marks for a response which. is not well substantiated, The candidate s interpretation must be grounded in the. text of the novel 3, 1 2 7 A father who has cried for his son s disobedience Stephen has. found his son in jail Although Absalom has caused Stephen and his. wife heartache and tears Stephen has come to reconcile with his. son This incident is a reminder of the parable of the Prodigal Son in. the Bible Just like the Prodigal son Absalom cries for forgiveness. from his father His father arranges for confession and absolution of. The warden treats Stephen in a disrespectful manner irrespective of. his calling, The incident in this extract is proof of how blacks were ill treated at. NOTE For full marks the response must be well substantiated. A candidate can score 1 or 2 marks for a response which. is not well substantiated, The candidate s interpretation must be grounded in the. text of the novel 3,Copyright reserved Please turn over.
EC SEPTEMBER 2018 ENGLISH FIRST ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE P2 7. QUESTION 2 THE STRANGE CASE OF DR JEKYLL AND MR HYDE. Candidates are required to answer BOTH questions i e QUESTIONS 2 1 AND. 2 1 2 1 1 Mr Hyde is a man with only one part to his nature he is self serving. and destructive, Dr Jekyll is a man with a deeply divided sense of the private and the. NOTE Accept any other relevant responses 2,2 1 2 his bachelor house 1. 2 1 3 After his meal Mr Utterson sits by the fire and goes to bed at 12 1. 2 1 4 A concerned 1,2 1 5 a The will is written by Dr Jekyll 1. b Mr Hyde 1, 2 1 6 Utterson fears that Hyde may kill Dr Jekyll to benefit from the will 2. 2 1 7 Mr Utterson is determined to uncover the mystery of Mr Hyde because. of his friendship with Dr Jekyll, In trying to unravel the secret his many friendships deliver crucial.
pieces of information, His friendship acts as both a motivator and an enabler. NOTE For full marks the response must be well substantiated. A candidate can score 1 or 2 marks for a response which. is not well substantiated The candidate s interpretation. must be grounded in the text of the novel 3,Copyright reserved Please turn over. 8 ENGLISH FIRST ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE P2 EC SEPTEMBER 2018. 2 1 8 Yes he does, Dr Jekyll enjoys being Mr Hyde because he does not have to live up. to what is expected from him as the gentleman from the Victorian. He indulges in the pleasures of evil that have been created by his. experiment, He enjoys the attention that he gets as Mr Hyde he is in demand. with women,No he does not, In the world of Mr Hyde Dr Jekyll experiences pain when he applies.
the dosage in his veins, His actions make him physically tired when he returns as Dr Jekyll. He regrets his actions when he comes out of Mr Hyde s. NOTE Do NOT award a mark for YES or NO Credit responses. where a combination is given For full marks the response. must be well substantiated A candidate can score 1 or 2. marks for a response which is not well substantiated The. candidate s interpretation must be grounded in the text of. the novel 3, 2 1 9 Yes Utterson has the right to question Dr Jekyll s will. Utterson feels as a professional he has an obligation to advise his. client to change his will, As a friend Utterson tries to get Dr Jekyll to confess that Hyde is. monstrous and has a bad influence on him, Utterson also fears that Hyde will do something bad to Dr Jekyll. because he knows that he is the benefactor of the will. No Utterson does not have the right to question Dr Jekyll s will. Utterson needs to respect the wishes of his client. A will is confidential and cannot be discussed with anyone. Utterson displays biased behaviour, NOTE Do NOT award a mark for YES or NO Credit responses.
where a combination is given For full marks the response. must be well substantiated A candidate can score 1 or 2. marks for a response which is not well substantiated The. candidate s interpretation must be grounded in the text of. the novel 3,Copyright reserved Please turn over, EC SEPTEMBER 2018 ENGLISH FIRST ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE P2 9. 2 2 2 2 1 a Utterson 1,b C a messenger 1,2 2 2 a Fear Anxiety Distress 1. b Utterson is extremely concerned about Dr Jekyll and fears the. He realises that he must not underestimate the situation it must. be treated with more caution 2, 2 2 3 Utterson is known as being independent and very confident The. mystery around the letter reveals his human side of seeking advice. from someone else 2,2 2 4 Mr Guest is a great critic of handwriting 1. 2 2 5 a Simile 1,b The simile creates suspension, The image of carbuncles spots creates a feeling of horror fear.
It contributes to Utterson s feeling of anxiety 2,2 2 6 He is objective. He is highly moral and upright,He is prominent and has integrity. He is not quick to judge,He has an intense loyalty to his friends. He is overprotective,He is inquisitive,NOTE Any THREE of the above. Accept a combination 3, 2 2 7 The title is suitable because the letter creates peace of mind for.
Utterson when he reads about the gratitude towards Dr Jekyll. The letter restores Utterson s belief in Dr Jekyll. His fears are reaffirmed when Mr Guest analyses the two letters. A great deal of anxiety is created because both letters were written by. The letters create anxiety fear suspension in this chapter 3. NOTE For full marks the response must be well substantiated A. candidate can score 1 or 2 marks for a response which is. not well substantiated The candidate s interpretation must. be grounded in the text of the novel,TOTAL SECTION 35. Copyright reserved Please turn over, 10 ENGLISH FIRST ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE P2 EC SEPTEMBER 2018. SECTION B DRAMA,QUESTION 3 MACBETH, NOTE Candidates are required to answer ONE question on the drama they have. Candidates are required to answer BOTH questions i e QUESTIONS 3 1 and. NATIONAL SENIOR CERTIFICATE GRADE 12 SEPTEMBER 2018 ENGLISH FIRST ADDITIONAL LANGUAGE P2 MARKING GUIDELINE MARKS 70 This marking guideline consists of 21 pages

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