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2011 English Yearly Exam Date of Task: Wednesday 21st September 2011 Venue: SGN HALL Topics:

Task Task Number Weighting Timing

4 30% 2 hours

Component: Reading, Writing, Viewing and Representing

Outcomes: 1. A student responds to and composes increasingly sophisticated and sustained texts for understanding, interpretation, critical analysis and pleasure 2. A student uses and critically assesses a range of processes for responding and composing 4. A student selects and uses language forms and features, and structures of texts according to different purposes, audiences and contexts, and describes and explains their effect on meaning 6. A student experiments with different ways of imaginatively and interpretively transforming experience, information and ideas into texts 7. A student thinks critically and interpretively using information, ideas and increasingly complex arguments to respond to and compose texts in a range of contexts 9. A student demonstrates understanding of the ways texts reflect personal and public worlds

Task Description: You will do an English Exam which models the School Certificate. Section 1 - Reading and Viewing and Representing (multiple choice and short answer) based on a variety of stimulus material Section 2 – 2 writing tasks: 1 extended writing response in a specified text type relating to the stimulus material and 1 extended response on Macbeth. Equipment: Pens, stapler Marking Criteria: You will be assessed on your ability to: You will be assessed on how well you:   

Respond to a range of texts and visual stimuli at the literal, inferential, analytical and interpretive levels Express your ideas in the prescribed text type using language appropriate to audience and purpose Display an understanding of Macbeth

Use spelling, punctuation, grammar and paragraphing appropriate to the task For illness/misadventure on the day of the task please phone the college by 8:30am and obtain documented evidence as stated in the illness / misadventure policy in your assessment manual. For in class assessment tasks ensure all equipment is in a plastic sleeve. All other personal items, including mobile phones, should be left at the front of the room. Watches should be placed on the desk. Students must use student numbers for all tasks. .


For illness/misadventure on the day of the task please phone the college by 8:30am and obtain documented evidence as stated in the illness / misadventure policy in your assessment manual. For in class assessment tasks ensure all equipment is in a plastic sleeve. All other personal items, including mobile phones, should be left at the front of the room. Watches should be placed on the desk. Students must use student numbers for all tasks. .

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