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2007 Key Stage 2 English SATs Writing Test (Shorter Task & Spelling Task) It’s a Mystery, Reilly (filename “ks2-english-2007-writing-test-shorter-task-spelling-test.pdf”) includes:
KS2_En_WritTestShort_275373.qxp 12/1/07 4:29 pm Page 1 En English test KEY STAGE 2 LEVELS Writing Test Shorter Task and Spelling Test 35 ________________________________________________ Last name 2007 First name ________________________________________________ School ________________________________________________ Shorter task: Your teacher will read through this section with you. You will have 20 minutes to write your shorter piece of writing in this booklet. Spelling test: Your teacher will read through this section with you. For marker’s use only Writing Shorter Task Marks Spelling Test Number of correct words Marks 0 0 13 1 46 2 79 3 Spelling Test (7) 10 12 4 Shorter Task and Spelling Test, total marks (19) 13 15 5 16 18 6 1920 7 Sentence structure, punctuation and text organisation (4) Composition and effect (8) Shorter Task, total marks (12) Sourced from SATs-Papers.co.uk SATs-Papers.co.uk KS2_En_WritTestShort_275373.qxp 12/1/07 4:29 pm Page 2 It’s a Mystery A mystery story starts with these words: Ali stood silently, looking at the door.
With a slow creaking sound, it opened. Taking a deep breath, Ali walked inside Your task is to continue the beginningof the mystery story, Your task is to continue the opening of the mystery story by describing what it was like through the door. describing what it was like through the door. PLANNING Think about • describing what it was like through the door (appearance, smell, sound, atmosphere) • how to create a feeling of mystery. Sourced from SATs-Papers.co.uk 2 SATs-Papers.co.uk KS2_En_WritTestShort_275373.qxp 12/1/07 4:29 pm Page 3 Remember, you are writing the beginning of the story only, and the beginning describes what it was like through the door. Ali stood silently, looking at the door. With a slow creaking sound, it opened. Taking a deep breath, Ali walked inside Sourced from SATs-Papers.co.uk 3 SATs-Papers.co.uk KS2_En_WritTestShort_275373.qxp 12/1/07 4:29 pm Page 4 [Blank page] Sourced from SATs-Papers.co.uk 4 SATs-Papers.co.uk KS2_En_WritTestShort_275373.qxp 12/1/07 4:29 pm Page 5 Spelling Test Do not turn over this page until your teacher tells you to. Sourced from SATs-Papers.co.uk 5 SATs-Papers.co.uk KS2_En_WritTestShort_275373.qxp 12/1/07 4:29 pm Page 6 Reilly 1 The cat-flap clicked upward, letting in a draught of cold air. Framed within the opening appeared a black face with a white nose and chin, wide yellow eyes and a set of curving white. The face stayed where it was, the eyes the 2 3 room.
Bella, relaxed and sleepy in the armchair 4 by the kitchen fire, turned her head at the sound. She jumped down from the chair and stood see off the. ready to 5 6. The stranger returned stare for stare. His glance had taken in 7 the two saucers of cat-food, one still with untouched scraps, and the blue bowl crusted with a white ring where milk had stood for some time, left by cats who had had more than Sourced from SATs-Papers.co.uk already. 6 SATs-Papers.co.uk 8 KS2_En_WritTestShort_275373.qxp 12/1/07 4:29 pm Page 7 He looked at the warm glow of the gas fire, at the armchair and at the clean white coats of the two 9. This was a place where a cat could be comfortable, no 10 about that. He was 11 hungry. He came wholly into the room and 12 the saucer 13. Bella circled round him, her fur 14. Before long Miss Betty Braithwaite’s 15 medium- 16 heels could be heard clop-clopping along the hall 17. The footsteps came nearer, the door-handle turned and she entered, a small woman with thick hair, once chestnut, now the colour of faded string, pinned off her face and neck. As the door opened, his 18 tail drooped, his ears went back in fear and he cowered low to the floor. “It’s all right, puss,” she said. “I won’t hurt you.” He 19. reassured by the softness of her 20. and looked up into her face. Total Spelling mark Sourced from SATs-Papers.co.uk 7 SATs-Papers.co.uk KS2_En_WritTestShort_275373.qxp 12/1/07 4:29 pm Page 8 Spelling text adapted from Reilly by Mary Rayner, Gollancz, 1987. This extract has been incorporated into this test paper solely for the purposes of the examination in accordance with Section 32(3) of the , Designs and Patents Act 1988. No clearance for any other use has been obtained or sought. Sourced from and Curriculum QualificationsSATs-Papers.co.uk Authority 2007 QCA/06/2796 (Pupil pack) SATs-Papers.co.uk 275373 QCA/06/2795 (Mark schemes pack)