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Award 1 mark for all 3 lines drawn correctly. Yellow pearls are the most common pearls. Use of past and present check;oint is generally consistent. Complex sentences are used to create effect, using expanded phrases to develop ideas; e. One event is described.

First, the oysters take are taken from the Award 2 marks for all 3 seabed by divers. He looked dangerous like a predator does to its prey. Suspense, or excitement, where used, is well built. Award 1 mark for: Further Information simple Although the water was deep, the diver found complex the oyster. Award 1 mark camgridge 3—5 of them are in the correct place.

Relevant ideas and content chosen to interest the reader; e. Each section has an opening statement. Our numbers are now: They pull are pulled onto the deck of fishing boats in nets. All punctuation is used accurately, including speech punctuation. No because they are not as common. Documents Flashcards Grammar checker. Answers must be from the text.


Reader given basic information; e. Since then only a small number of animals and plants have survived as fossils. Award 0 mark if extra apostrophes or other marks are placed. Award 1 mark for a correctly embedded clause. Ideas are organised simply with a fitting opening and closing that are mostly logical. Connectives are simple, e. Range of connectives may be developed, e.

Palaeontology, the study of fossils, shows that life on Earth began million years ago. Answer Further Information mud Award 1 mark for each correct tick. The Dream Shall Never Die. Paragraphs are used to help structure the narrative. Timesheet – Julia Wade Enylish. A wider variety of connectives is used appropriately; e. Compound sentences are used but connectives are simple, e.

Cambridge Primary Checkpoint English P1 Specimen Mark Scheme

Award 1 mark for 2 correct verbs. A wider variety of connectives is used appropriately, e. Award 0 mark if there are 9 or more punctuation marks.

Answer Further Information Also accept: Also allow different parts of speech. Simple sentences are generally grammatically correct.


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Cambridge Primary Checkpoint English P1 Specimen Mark Scheme

Total 3 Question 12 Part Mark a 1 real life story 2 Features of real life stories include: Speech marks, if used, may not be accurate. Balance of coverage of ideas is appropriate. The writer gives sufficient information for a reader to understand the contents; e. Additional ideas from the last paragraph about wanting to meet the children, are possible.

Answers which are correct in addition to those suggested can be awarded the mark. Clauses are marked accurately by commas.

There may be appropriate links between paragraphs. Award 0 mark if more than two boxes are ticked. Spelling is mostly accurate, including words with complex regular patterns. Each shell open is opened to show the pearl inside.