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Award 1 mark if 3—5 of them are in the correct place. Each shell open is opened to show the pearl inside.

First, the oysters take are taken from the Award 2 marks for all 3 seabed by divers. Additional ideas from the last paragraph about wanting to meet the children, are possible. He looked dangerous like a predator does to its prey. Ehglish numbers are now: Award 0 mark if extra apostrophes or other marks are placed.

Yellow pearls are the most common pearls. The pearls find are found in oyster shells. The story is concluded successfully and without rushing. Academic Achievement – Citadel High School. Commas used in lists and to mark clause divisions. Use of past and present tense is generally consistent. Award 2 marks for: Award 1 mark for 2 correct verbs. Some evidence of vocabulary choices used accurately.


Connectives are simple, e. He is described as a bird crow because birds seem to like him, he is old and his wild white hair made him look fierce like a hunting or angry animal. The question is about the origin of life on Earth — answers which describe the glimpse of ancient life do not answer the question.

Documents Flashcards Grammar checker. Straightforward sentences usually demarcated accurately; e.

Cambridge Primary Checkpoint English P1 Specimen Mark Scheme

Some attempt to sequence ideas logically; e. Award 0 mark if there are 9 or more punctuation marks. Some complex sentences are speciimen to extend meaning but not always successfully. Further Information simple Although the water was deep, the diver found complex the oyster.

Each section has an opening statement.

Cambridge Primary Checkpoint English P1 Specimen Mark Scheme

If Text 2 ticked: Complex sentences are used to create effect, using expanded phrases to develop ideas; e. Since then only a small number of animals and plants have survived as fossils. Answer Further Information Also accept: Sentences demarcated accurately throughout the text. Some variation in sentence openings, e. Relevant ideas and content chosen to interest the reader; e.


Paragraphs are used to structure the narrative. Palaeontology, the study of fossils, shows that life on Earth began million years ago.

Speech marks, if used, may not be accurate. Do not accept words that do not retain the sense of the sentences. Timesheet – Julia Wade Ltd.

One event is described. Simple sentences are generally grammatically correct. Use of complex sentences is controlled including the position of clauses chexkpoint focus attention. Range of connectives may be developed, e.

Clauses are marked accurately by commas.

The Dream Shall Never Die. A wider variety of connectives is used appropriately, e.

Documents Flashcards Speimen checker. Openings and closings sometimes evident. Some attempt to engage the reader. Accept answers which refer to the bird having only one good leg. Accept a clear unambiguous indication of the correct answers. Dialogue is laid out correctly, with a new line for each speaker. Also allow different parts of speech. Ancient means old and the Birdman was old.