2nd daily assessment grade 11 2-narrative text

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2nd daily assessment grade 11 2-narrative text

  1. 1. SEKOLAH INDONESIA BANGKOK C/O INDONESIAN EMBASSY 600-602 PETCHBURI ROAD BANGKOK 10400, THAILAND TELP. (+662) 2523135 – 40 EXT. 143, 167, 182 E-mail :sib_bangkok@hotmail.com Website: sib-bangkok@hotmail.org 2ndDAILY ASSESSMENTName : _____________ Score : __________ Subject: English Grade/smt. : XI/2 a.y. : 2011/2012 Material : Narrative text Time :40 minutes Num. of items : 4 numbers Num. of Ss. :3 ssRead the text entitled ‘Antony and Cleopatra’ and ‘Romeo and Juliet’. Antony and Cleopatra Mark Antony became one of the three rulers of the Roman Empire, together with Octavius Caesar and Lepidus, and was responsible for the eastern part of the empire. He fell in love with Cleopatra, the Queen of Egypt. Antony married Octavius’ sister, Octavia, in an attempt to heal the rift between the two emperors. When Cleopatra heard about Antony’s marriage she flew into a jealous rage as she knew that Antony did not love Octavia. Antony went to Athens when war broke out between Caesar and Pompey, Antony sent Octavia back to Rome and he returned to Egypt. Caesar was very angry with Antony’s behaviour and hedeclared war on both Antony and Cleopatra. When the Romans arrived, Antony wasoffered a choice of how to fight. He chose to fight on sea. The Egyptian navy wasinadequate. When Cleopatra’s navy turned and fled, Antony followed them. Caesardefeated him.Antony got news that Cleopatra was dead. Antony was devastated and decided to killhimself. He wounded himself without dying. His followers took him to Cleopatra’stomb, where he died in her arms.
  2. 2. Note:This Narrative text sample about the story of Antony and Cleopatra is arranged andsimplified from: www.nosweatshakespeare.com/play-summary/antony-cleopatra/ 1. Write the points of the story on the answer sheet 1. 2. Use the points on the answer sheet 1 to rewrite the story on the answer sheet 2. 3. Write the similarities and differences on the answer sheet 3. 4. Choose one of the stories and make the summary statement on the answer sheet 4.
  3. 3. A. Scoring rubrics for comparing two stories Parts Description ScoreSimilarities Write the correct similarity in correct sentence and structure 2 Write the correct similarity in incorrect sentence and 1,5 structure Write the incorrect similarity in incorrect sentence and 1 structure Minimum score 1 Maximum score 2Title and Every correct answer 2author Every wrong answer 0,5 Minimum score 0,5 Maximum score 2Differences Write the characters’ personality, setting, events, problems 4 and solution Miss one of the above parts 3 Miss two of the above parts 2 Miss three of the above parts 1 Miss four of the above parts 0,5 Minimum score 1 Maximum score 8Total:Minimum score : 2Maximum score : 12B. Scoring rubrics for the text analysis: Parts Description ScoreTitle and Every correct answer 2author Every wrong answer 0,5 Minimum score 1 Maximum score 4Characters Write at least 5 characters 5 Write 4 characters 4 Write 3 characters 3 Write 2 characters 2 Write 1 character 1 Do not write any character 0 Minimum score 0 Maximum score 10
  4. 4. Setting Write the place and time correctly according to the text 5 Only write the correct place or time 4 Write only two place 3 Write only one place 2 Do not write anything 1 Minimum score 2 Maximum score 10Problems Write the correct major problem and other minor problem 4 Write one correct major problem 3 Write at least one problem but not the major one. 2 Write the wrong problem 1 Minimum score 2 Maximum score 8Events Write at least 5 events 5 Write 4 events 4 Write 3 events 3 Write 2 events 2 Write 1 event 1 Do not write any character 0 Minimum score 0 Maximum score 10Solution Write at least 3 solutions 4 Write 2 solutions 3 Write 1 solution 2 Do not write any solution 1 Minimum score 0 Maximum score 8Minimum score :5Maximum score : 50C. Scoring rubrics for rewritingEach answer in number 2 has score between 0,5 and 2, with the followingdescriptions: Description ScoreThe answer is complete (has Subject and Predicate) and correct. 2The answer is correct but incomplete. 1,5The answer is almost correct. 1The answer is wrong. 0,5Minimum score 9Maximum score 36Total :Minimum score : 9Maximum score : 36
  5. 5. D. Making summary statement Description ScoreThe answer is complete (has Subject and Predicate) and correct. 2The answer is correct but incomplete. 1,5The answer is almost correct. 1The answer is wrong. 0,5Minimum score 2,5Maximum score 2TotalReadingMinimum score : 7Maximum score :12 + 50 = 62Maximum mark : 100Gained mark : n/62 x 100WritingMinimum score : 11,5Maximum score : 36 + 2 = 38Maximum mark : 100Gained mark : n/38 x 100ResultName: ___________________________ Score: ____________________ Reading Writing No. 1 2 Ttl 3 Ttl 4 1 2 3 1 4 5 2 3 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9GainedscoreMaximum 2 2 8 4 10 10 8 10 8 62 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 38scoreTotal gained score :Reading :________________Reading mark : ________/62 x 100 = __________________________Writing : ________________Writing mark : ________/38 x 100 = __________________________Combined : _______ + ________/100 : _____________Signature :Teacher : __________________Parents : __________________

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