Igcse spanish paper 4 mark scheme

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Igcse spanish paper 4 mark scheme

  1. 1. IGCSE Spanish<br />Paper 4<br />
  2. 2. Paper marked out of 50<br />
  3. 3. Two Questions<br />25 Marks per question<br />Maximum of 140 words<br />
  4. 4. Word Count<br />No marks are awarded after 140 words<br />
  5. 5. CommunicationAn example of context<br />El año pasado tu amigo/a te invitó a pasar unos días en su casa y aceptaste la invitación. Ahora, tus padres dicen que no puedes ir. Escribe una carta a tu amigo/a.<br />
  6. 6. Communication5 Relevant Points<br />Debes:<br />a. Explicar por qué tus padres no te dejan ir<br />b. Explicar cómo te sientes<br />c. Decirlo cómo vas a pasar estos días<br />d. Invitar a tu amigo/a a visitarte<br />+1 mark for detail relevant to a, b, c, or d<br />
  7. 7. CommunicationMarking Principles<br />Inappropriate tense = 0 marks<br />El añopasadoyoviajo en Costa Rica.<br /><ul><li>*Use of present tense when future context is understood = 1 mark</li></ul>-- El añoquevieneviajo en Costa Rica.<br />Inappropriate use of infinitive or present participle = 0 marks<br />Yoviajar en Costa Rica.<br />Preterite used instead of imperfect = tolerated<br />Future used instead of conditional = tolerated<br />
  8. 8. Language<br />The positive marking scheme awards accuracy and ambition<br />Ticks are awarded for a marking unit in which all elements are correct<br />
  9. 9. LanguageMarking Units<br />Noun/pronoun + verb<br />A verb used as an infinitive with or without a preposition<br />A noun/pronoun + adjective or adjectival phrase or partitive<br />A noun/pronoun + preposition or prepositional phrase<br />All pronouns except subject and reflexive<br />All adverbs (except muy)<br />All conjunctions except y (except where appropriately changed to e) and pero<br />
  10. 10. LanguageSpelling and Accents<br />The spelling and accents of verbs must be absolutely correct in order to be awarded a tick.<br />Otherwise inaccuracies in the use of accents are tolerated except where they are used to distinguish between two words of different meaning or function<br />¿Cuándo? vs. Cuando<br />Misspelling of proper nouns in the case of names, cities, or towns (not countries) is tolerated.<br />con Guilermo = 1 tick<br />en Inglatera = 0 ticks<br />
  11. 11. LanguageLetters<br />Both tú and usted are allowed in informal letters. In the case of inconsistencies, the most frequent will be rewarded.<br />Túwill not be allowed in formal letters <br />Only appropriate greetings will be awarded<br />Querido Juan,<br />Estimadoseñor,<br />A maximum of 3 ticks are awarded for memorized greetings<br />Siento mucho habertardadotanto en escribirte.<br />A maximum of 5 ticks are awarded for memorized closings<br />Esperandosurespuesta le quedamuyagradecido<br />
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