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1 TSA Item Analysis (Primary 6)

2 Listening

3 1.Multiple Choice (I) Listening – Question Type Choose the best answer by blackening the circle after you hear the beep sound.

4 Carol: Are those all the ingredients we need for our sandwich? Dad: Oh, I almost forgot the main ingredient. We need to buy some cheese. Carol: OK. Should we make the sandwich now? Tapescripts 1.Multiple Choice (I) Listening – Question Type

5 1.Multiple Choice (II) Listening – Question Type Listen to the speakers attitude and choose the best picture.

6 Driver: Sir, please give a chance. Policeman: Miss, Im afraid I cant. Now please switch off your engine. Show me your driving license and the ID card, please. Driver: Umm… All right then. Heres my driving license and ID card, sir. Tapescripts 1.Multiple Choice (II) Listening – Question Type

7 2.Re-ordering (I) Write the letter in the correct box when you hear a beep sound. Listening – Question Type

8 6 7 2 Carol: Dad, we have all the ingredients now. Can you tell me how to make it? Dad: Sure. First, take out two slices of bread and put some butter on them. Carol: OK. Thats easy. Whats next? Dad: Next, wash the tomatoes. Tapescripts 2.Re-ordering (I) Listening – Question Type

9 2.Re-ordering (II) Write the correct letter in each blank while you are listening. Listening – Question Type

10 Tapescripts Narrator: Kevin is a hard-working student. He is also very helpful. One day, he helped his classmate Julie with her homework. While Kevin wasnt looking, Julie took Kevins homework and copied all his answers. B 2.Re-ordering (II) Listening – Question Type

11 3.Fill in the Blanks Write the correct number in the blank when you hear a beep sound. Listening – Question Type

12 4 Dad:We need about eight slices of bread. Carol:That many? Dad:Yes, you can have some extra sandwiches for your friends. Carol:Great. Oh, Dad, these tomatoes look fresh. Theyre big, red and juicy. Yummy! Dad:Lets get four. * Tapescripts 3.Fill in the Blanks Listening – Question Type

13 4. Form-filling Listening – Question Type

14 Elsa:Tonight, we have a special guest David To with us. He is the first winner of the TV show Lonely Island. Welcome, David. Tapescripts 4. Form-filling Listening – Question Type

15 1.Conversation Listening – Text Type (TSA 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11)

16 2.Play Listening – Text Type (TSA 06, 07)

17 3.Advertisement Listening – Text Type (TSA 05, 07, 11)

18 4.Riddles Listening – Text Type (TSA 05, 08, 10)

19 5.Poem Listening – Text Type (TSA 05, 06, 10, 11)

20 6.Story Listening – Text Type (TSA 05, 08, 09, 10)

21 7.Radio Programme Listening – Text Type (TSA 05, 06, 07, 08, 10, 11)

22 Distribution of Listening Text Types in TSA Conversation Play Advertisement Riddles Poem / Rhyme Story Speech Radio Programme Text type Year

23 Distribution of Listening Question Types in TSA Multiple Choice Re-ordering Short Answers / Fill in the Blanks Form-filling Question type Year

24 Reading

25 1.Multiple Choice (I) Choose the best answer by blackening the circle.

26 Reading 1.Multiple Choice (I)

27 Reading 1.Multiple Choice (I) Choose the best answer by blackening the circle.

28 Reading 1.Multiple Choice (II) Choose the best answer by blackening the circle.

29 Reading 1.Multiple Choice (II)

30 Reading 1.Multiple Choice (II) Choose the best answer by blackening the circle.

31 Reading 2.Matching (I) Write the correct answer to a riddle.

32 Reading 2.Matching (I)

33 Reading 2.Matching (I) Write the correct answer to a riddle. F

34 Reading 2.Matching (ll) Write A, B, C or D in the correct boxes.

35 Reading 2.Matching (ll) C D

36 Reading 3.Story Map Write the correct answers in the blanks.

37 Reading 3.Story Map

38 Reading 3.Story Map Peter13 a school uniform Write the correct answers in the blanks.

39 Reading 4.Fill in the Blanks (I) Find the rhyming words in the riddle.

40 Reading 4.Fill in the Blanks (l) rhyming words: sight /s ɑɪ t/ night /n ɑɪ t/ Write the correct answer to a riddle nightsight

41 Reading 4.Fill in the Blanks (II)

42 Reading 4.Fill in the Blanks (II)

43 Reading 4.Fill in the Blanks (II) Billy Chan St. Marys Primary School 12 Harbour Road North Point Hong Kong

44 Reading 5.Re-ordering Read the text and re-arrange the events into the correct order.

45 Reading 5.Re-ordering 2 Read the text and re-arrange the events into the correct order.

46 Reading 6.Short Answers Read the text and write the correct information.

47 Reading 6.Short Answers

48 Reading 6.Short answers Read the text and write the correct information By climbing through the window.

49 1.Passage Reading – Text Type (TSA 05, 11)

50 2.Back Covers Reading – Text Type (TSA 05, 06, 09, 11)

51 3.Book Covers Reading – Text Type (TSA 06, 09)

52 4.Contents Page Reading – Text Type (TSA 06, 11)

53 5.Riddles Reading – Text Type (TSA 05, 06, 07)

54 6.Story Reading – Text Type (TSA 05, 06, 07, 09, 10, 11)

55 7.Dialogue Reading – Text Type (TSA 08)

56 8.Diary Reading – Text Type (TSA 07)

57 9.News Article Reading – Text Type (TSA 06)

58 10.School Notice Reading – Text Type (TSA 06, 07, 08)

59 11.Notices / Posters Reading – Text Type (TSA 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10)

60 12.Drama / Play Reading – Text Type (TSA 05, 11)

61 13.Letter Reading – Text Type (TSA 05)

62 14.Poem Reading – Text Type (TSA 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11)

63 15.Charts Reading – Text Type (TSA 05, 07, 08)

64 16.Dictionary Entry Reading – Text Type (TSA 08, 09, 10)

65 17.Magazine Article Reading – Text Type (TSA 08, 09, 11)

66 18.Leaflet Reading – Text Type (TSA 08, 09, 11)

67 19.TV Guide Reading – Text Type (TSA 08, 09, 11)

68 20.Postcard Reading – Text Type (TSA 08, 09, 11)

69 21.Glossary Reading – Text Type (TSA 08, 09, 11)

70 Distribution of Reading Text Types in TSA Passage Back Covers Book Covers Contents Page Riddles Story Dialogue Diary News Article School Notice / Programme Notices / Posters Drama / Play Letter Poem Charts Dictionary Entry Magazine Article Leaflet TV Guide School Newsletter Postcard Glossary Text type Year

71 Distribution of Reading Question Types in TSA Multiple Choice Matching Story Map Fill in Blanks Re-ordering Short Answers Question type Year

72 Writing

73 1. Story (l) Pay attention to the word limit. Do not write too few or too many words. Write about words. The writing can be based on all the information (the pictures and the words) given. Use your imagination to write! (TSA 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10)

74 Writing He bought a robot. Mike felt very pleased. He took the robot home. As soon as he got home, he took out some batteries and put them into the robot. Suddenly, the robot started to talk. Who are you? Get away from me, the robot said. Mike was very frightened. Then the robot shined a light around Mikes living room and destroyed all the furniture in Mikes home. Mike was shocked. At last, Mike had to tidy up his home quickly before his parents arrived home from work. 1. Story (l) (TSA 05, 06, 07, 08, 09)

75 Writing 1. Story (II) – Story Ending Use your imagination ! Pay attention to the word limit. Do not write too few or too many words. Write about words.

76 Writing Jimmy was very frightened. He thought that a lion might lie behind the bush. The thing went out from the bush. It is a dog. It is the dog of his friends–Joe. The dog kept barking when it saw Jimmy. Soon, Joe and the others arrived. Finally, Jimmy could see his friends again. 1. Story (ll) – Story Ending

77 Writing 2. Diary Use your imagination to write! Pay attention to the word limit. Do not write too few or too many words. Write about words. The writing can be based on all the information (the pictures and the words) given. (TSA 07)

78 Writing 2. Diary When I arrived at the entrance of Hong Kong City Hall, I found that I forgot to bring my ticket! I left it at home. So I went back home to get my ticket. When I got back to City Hall, the play was almost finished. I felt very disappointed. (TSA 07)

79 Writing 3. Letter Write the letter with appropriate formulaic expressions after reading the letter. Pay attention to the word limit. Do not write too few or too many words. Write about words. Use your imagination to write! (TSA 06, 10)

80 Writing Dear Gloria, Thank you for your letter. I am fine. Your graduation party sounds great. I think you must be very happy. I also had a graduation party last week. We had food and drinks first. Then we played some games. I won a pencil case. After that the headmaster gave us a speech. He told us to work hard in the future. I enjoyed the last part most. Each class had a performance. Our class had a performance to thank the teachers. Our class made some flowers and sang a song for our teachers. It was touching but I felt great. I will miss everything in my school. Please write soon. Love, Jenny 16 July 20XX 3. Letter (TSA 06, 10)

81 Writing 4. Newsletter (TSA 06) Pay attention to the word limit. Do not write too few or too many words. Do not write less than 80 words or more than 90 words. The tune should be more formal when you write to a newspaper or magazine. Use connectives to give examples!

82 Writing 4. Newsletter (TSA 06) If you like rides and cartoon characters like Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck, you can go to Disneyland. If you want to see real animals like dolphins and pandas or take a ride on a cable car, you can go to Ocean Park. If you want to take a look at the whole of Hong Kong, you can go to the Peak. If you like barbecuing, you can go to the country parks in the New Territories. Spending your holidays in Hong Kong is really fun, isnt it?

83 Writing 5. Article (TSA 09, 11) Pay attention to the word limit. Do not write too few or too many words. Do not write less than 80 words or more than 90 words.

84 Writing 5. Article (TSA 09, 11) I wrote a passage about sports. I chose this topic because I love every moment of doing sports. The reason for joining the writing competition is my passion for sports as well as writing. I like them both very much. I am extremely excited about winning the book coupons. I will spend the book coupons on some books about sports as I love reading books about sports too. Hopefully, there will be another writing competition very soon, so I can produce more good pieces of writing.

85 Writing – Prompts 1. Pictures (with / without given words) (TSA 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10)

86 Writing – Prompts 2. Guiding Questions (in point form) (TSA 08, 10)

87 Writing – Prompts 3. News Article (TSA 06)

88 Writing – Prompts 4. Letter (TSA 05)

89 Writing – Prompts 5. Mind Map (TSA 07, 08, 09, 11)

90 Distribution of Writing Text Types in TSA Story Diary Letter Newsletter Article Report Text type Year

91 Distribution of Writing Prompts in TSA Pictures Guiding Questions News Article Letter Mind Map Key Words Prompt Year

92 Speaking

93 1.Reading Aloud Speaking (TSA 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11)

94 2.Teacher-Student Interaction Speaking (TSA 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11)

95 3. Presentation – Picture(s) Speaking (TSA 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11)

96 3. Presentation – Story Speaking (TSA 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11) ?

97 3. Presentation – Table / Words only Speaking (TSA 05, 06, 07, 08)

98 3. Presentation – Map Speaking (TSA 05, 06, 07, 08)

99 3. Presentation – Mind Map Speaking (TSA 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11)

100 Distribution of Types of Presentation in TSA Picture(s) Story Table / Words only Map Leaflet Mind Map Text type Year

101 ~ The End ~


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