Mock exam paper A Ordinary Level Marking Scheme

PRE-JUNIOR CERTIFICATE 2011

MARKING SCHEME

MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY

WOOD

ORDINARY LEVELSection A Marking Scheme Ordinary level

SECTION A - Short Answers

Mark all questions, select the best 16 questions

This section is marked out of 80 marks.

Divide the final mark by 2 on completion of marking.

A mark must be shown under each heading, including zero.

Question

Solution

Marks.

1

Oval nail, corrugated fastener

One or other

5

(3)

2

  1. Tenon Saw, cutting tenons or simular

or

  1. Smoothing plane, removing pencil lines or similar.

Saw/plane with correct use

5

5

(3)

3

Correct symbol

5

4

Butt hinge, hanging doors or similar

Hinge and a correct use

5

4

5

Oak, Pine

One correct

5

3

6

Jigsaw

Saw or similar

5

3

7

Dust mask, eye protection, well ventilated area, connected to dust extraction or similar

One correct

5

3

8

Handle, Blade ,Ferrule, or similar

One correct

5

3

9

Correct location outer part of tree, lighter in colour

5

10

Mortise and tenon.

Similar joint

5

2

11

Quater sawing

Any other method of conversion.

5

3

12

Natural or Air seasoning. Kiln or artificial seasoning.

One correct

5

3

13

Chipboard and MDF.

One correct

5

3

14

P80

5

15

Lathe: parting tool, Square faced scraper.

Carving: V-tool, Spoon backed gouge.

5

16

Anchor tree in ground, soak up water and nutrients. Or similar

5

17

Pozidrive

Star or Philips head

5

3

18

Wear full face shield, no lose clothing, tie up long hair, ensure lathe is set up correctly, all handles tightened or similar

One correct

5

3

19

Correct position of fuse identified

5

20

Safer method of storage, harder to damage usb key, larger capacity, easy plug into computer for use or similar.

5

You must divide total by two at end in order to get mark.

Section B Ordinary level Marking Scheme.

Mark 3 best questions.

If question 5A and 5B are done award marks for best attempted question and half marks for other question.

1 (i)

Cutting out window in car.

Drill small hole through piece inside the window area. Clamp piece to bench. Cut out using jigsaw. OR remove blade from coping saw, put plade through...

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