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UPSR ENGLISH EXAMINATION FORMAT

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  • 1. UPSR ENGLISH PAPER YEAR 4, 5, 6 Prepared By : Ms Goh Soo Kem
  • 2. UPSR EXAMINATION FORMAT
  • 3. Question Format
    • There are two papers tested in UPSR
    • Paper 1 is divided into 5 sections (40 multiple
    • questions)
    • Paper 2 is divided into 3 sections
  • 4. Question Format (cont..)
    • Paper 1 : 50 minutes
    • Paper 2 : 1 hr 15 min
  • 5. 40 questions PAPER 1
  • 6. Section A - VOCABULARY
    • Tests pupil's knowledge and understanding in
    • vocabulary
    • 10 multiple choice questions
    • Word level ( 4 questions ) - ( Questions 1 – 4 )
    • Phrase level ( 3 questions ) - ( Questions 5 – 7 )
    • Sentence level ( 3 questions ) - ( Questions 8 – 10 )
  • 7. Section B – SOCIAL EXPRESSIONS
    • Test on social expressions used in
    • various situations
    • 5 multiple choice questions
  • 8. * QUESTIONS 11 - 15
    • There are 5 questions in this section.
    • Each question is based on a picture with a situation.
    • There are two speech bubbles, but only one with dialogue. Another one is empty.
    • The pictures show common and everyday situations.
    • Each picture shows two or more people but only two
    • are actively engaged in verbal exchange.
  • 9. * QUESTIONS 11 - 15
    • Understand the function of the speech bubble.
    • The upper speech bubble refers to the first speaker. The lower speech bubble refers to the second speaker.
    • Usually, the first speaker will ask a question or give a statement. The second speaker will answer the question or respond to the statement. The picture will help you to look for clues.
    • So, you are required to study each picture carefully and determine the exact situation. Then choose the appropriate response that fits the situation.
  • 10. Section C - GRAMMAR
    • Test pupil’s knowledge and
    • understanding in grammar,
    • spelling and punctuation
    • 10 multiple choice questions
  • 11. Section C – GRAMMAR (cont..)
    • This section is based on : * Grammatical Items ( Questions 16 – 21 ) * Spelling ( Questions 22 – 23 ) * Punctuation ( Questions 24 – 25 )
    • Some of the questions in this section will be stimuli with graphics.
  • 12. Section D - GRAMMAR TEXT COMPLETION
    • QUESTIONS 26 – 30
    • 5 multiple choice questions
    • Test on language items such as nouns, tenses, adjectives, conjunctions etc.
    • 1 passage which describes a picture
  • 13. Section D - GRAMMAR TEXT COMPLETION (cont..)
    • This section will be based on text completion. A cloze passage, which is a wholly picture dependent is given. There will be five blanks.
    • This will test your use of parts of speech ( grammar ) including visual and textual clues.
    • You must look at the picture carefully and choose the answer from the given options.
  • 14. Section E - COMPREHENSION
    • Questions 31-40
    • This section is based on reading and comprehension.
    • It comprises two passages, a linear and a non – linear passage with ten multiple choice questions.
  • 15. Section E – COMPREHENSION (cont..)
    • Types of linear text / passage :
    • * Narrative * Speech * Factual * Dialogue * Telephone Conversation * News Report * Letter
  • 16. Section E – COMPREHENSION (cont..)
    • Types of non – linear text / passage :
    • * Table Of Events * Graph
    • * Diary * TV Programme
    • * Form * Duty Roster * Announcement * Advertisement * Plan * List * Map * Poem * Notice * Label
    • * Pie Chart * Menu/Recipe/ Process * Poster * Schedule
    • * Picture
  • 17. Thank you