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Answers must be from the text. Accept answers which refer to the bird having only one good leg. I was afraid you never would. Additional ideas from the last paragraph about wanting to meet the children, are possible.
He looked dangerous like a predator does to its prey. Ancient means old and the Birdman was old. Total 3 Question 12 Part Mark a 1 real life story 2 Features of real life stories include: 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.
Answers which are correct in addition to those suggested can be awarded the mark.
,ark students give a wrong answer for 12 aaccept two appropriate features of the text they identified. Paragraphs are used to structure the narrative. Suspense, or excitement, where used, is well built. Paragraphs are used to help structure the narrative.
There may be appropriate links between paragraphs. Ideas are organised simply with a fitting opening and closing that are mostly logical.
Cambridge Primary Checkpoint English P2 Specimen Mark Scheme
The story is concluded successfully and without rushing. Dialogue is laid out correctly, with a new line for each speaker. During the course of the story, the development of the character[s] is shown through actions and reactions.
A wider variety of connectives is used appropriately, e. Spelling is mostly accurate, including englishh with complex regular patterns. All punctuation is used accurately, including speech punctuation.
Clauses are marked accurately by commas. Vocabulary is used effectively to create a strong image. Some complex sentences are used to extend meaning but not always successfully. Commas are always used in lists and sometimes to mark clauses. Use of past and cgeckpoint tense is generally consistent. Speech marks, if used, are accurately placed around words spoken, although other speech punctuation may not be accurate. Some attempt to engage the reader.
Cambridge Checkpoint Science P2 Specimen Mark Scheme 2012
One event is described. Openings and closings sometimes evident. Connectives are simple, e.
Some attempt to sequence ideas logically; e. Simple sentences are generally grammatically correct. Speech marks, if used, may not be accurate. Some evidence of vocabulary choices used accurately. Timesheet – Julia Wade Ltd. Our numbers are now: The Dream Shall Never Die.