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    SULIT 6335/1

    1

    6355/1

    English

    for Science

    and

    Technology

    Kertas 1

    Ogos

    2010

    1 jam 15 minit

    BAHAGIAN PENGURUSAN

    SEKOLAH BERASRAMA PENUH DAN SEKOLAH KLUSTER

    KEMENTERIAN PELAJARAN MALAYSIA

    PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAANSIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA 2010

    ENGLISH FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

    Kertas 1

    Satu jam 15 minit

    JANGAN BUKA KERTAS SOALAN INI SEHINGGA DIBERITAHU

    Arahan

    1. Kertas soalan ini mengandungi 30 soalan.2. Jawab semua soalan.Instructions

    1. This question paper consists of 2 sections and 3 questions.2. Answer all questions

    Section Full

    Marks

    Marks

    Obtained

    AQ1 10

    Q2 10

    B 30

    TOTAL 50

    SULIT 6355/1

    NAME :

    CLASS :

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    Section A

    ( 20 marks )

    Question 1

    Read the following text and complete the given task.

    Green plants absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. As a result of photosynthesis,

    the carbon of the carbon dioxide is built into a carbohydrate and some of these are changed into

    the various compounds of a plant. When the plants are eaten by animals, the organic compounds

    or plant material is digested, absorbed and converted into animal tissues.

    Plants and animals then, obtain energy by oxidizing the carbohydrates in their cells and in

    the process, release carbon dioxide and water back into the atmosphere. This process is called

    respiration. When the plant or animal dies, the organic matter of dead plants and animals is used

    by saprotrophs such as bacteria and fungi as a source of energy. The plant and animal remains

    are decomposed and their carbon compounds are turned into carbon dioxide which is once again

    returned to the atmosphere.

    Carbon dioxide is also released into the atmosphere through combustion. Ancient

    prehistoric plants form deposits of coal, petroleum and natural gas and when these hydrocarbon

    fuels are burnt, the carbon is oxidized to carbon dioxide which goes back into the atmosphere.

    Hence, an atom of carbon which is in a molecule of carbon dioxide today, may be in a moleculeof plant tissue tomorrow. And the cycle goes on.

    (Source: Biology, D.G Macken)

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    Based on the information from the text, complete the graphic organizer below.

    THE CARBON CYCLE

    ( 10 marks )

    1. _________________

    absorb

    2. _________________

    4._________________

    * plant material is thenconverted into

    5. _________________

    Carbon dioxide

    In the atmosphere

    3___________________

    Eaten by

    Fossilized as

    9. _________________________

    ___________________________

    ___________________________

    6. ____________

    done by

    7. _____________

    8.________________

    10. _______________

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    Question 2

    Read the following text and complete the given task.

    People with severe facial burns or whose face have been mutilated in accidents or mauledby dogs, can now have a second chance at a normal life through face transplants. The only

    concern in these operations is the ability of the patient to withstand the psychological trauma of

    having his new face resembles that of the donor s.

    Recently, a team of British surgeons worked on the face transplant on a man with severe

    facial burns. The patient first underwent psychological screening to find out how well he has

    coped with his original disfigurement.

    Having passed his test, he was then scheduled for an operation. Two teams of surgeons

    applied their skills during the 14-hour operation. The first team removed the skin grafts, nerves,

    underlying fat and blood vessels from the face of the patient. The second team removed the face

    of the donor with its underlying fat and blood vessels. The donor s face was then kept on ice,

    transported to the patient and sutured into place. The transplanted face was actually stretched

    over the patient s bone structure and facial muscles.

    After the procedure, the patient was monitored closely and administered with

    immunosuppressant drugs to suppress the patient s own immune systems and prevent rejection.

    The surgery may also result in complications such as infections that would turn the new face

    black and require a second transplant or surgery.

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    Based on the information from the text, complete the graphic organizer below.

    (10 marks )

    Patients

    1.

    2

    FACETRANSPLANT

    Risks

    3

    4 .

    5 .

    Post surgery care

    9. .

    10 ...

    Procedures

    First team of surgeons

    7..

    Pretest

    6..

    Second team of surgeons

    8 ..

    ..

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    Section B

    (30 marks )

    Study the information given below.

    SODIUM CHLORIDE

    Molecular formula *NaCl

    Properties *Colourless, odourless, white crystalline solid

    Production *Evaporation of seawater

    *Seawater is boiled under reduced pressure*Mining of salt

    Common uses *Food additive*Household uses

    *Setting dyes in textile and fabric*Production of soap, detergents and other bath products

    *Production of other chemical products

    Potential hazards *High intake can lead to hypertension

    *Salt in fresh water could harm aquatic plants and animals.

    Write a report on sodium chloride.

    In your report, you must:

    * use all the information given* elaborate by giving relevant information

    * provide any other additional information

    Your report should not be less than 200 words.

    (30 marks )

    KERTAS SOALAN TAMAT

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    SULIT

    6355/2English

    for Science

    and

    Technology

    Kertas 2Ogos

    2010

    1 jam

    PEPERIKSAAN PERCUBAAN

    SIJIL PELAJARAN MALAYSIA 2010

    ENGLISH FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGYKertas 2

    Satu jam

    JANGAN BUKA KERTAS SOALAN INI SEHINGGA DIBERITAHU

    Arahan1. Kertas soalan ini mengandungi 30 soalan.2.

    Jawab semua soalan.3. Tiap-tiap soalan diikuti oleh tiga atau empatpilihan jawapan.

    4. Hitamkanjawapan anda pada kertas jawapan objektif yang disediakan.Instruction1. This question paper consists of30 questions.

    2. Answerallquestions3. Questions in this question paper may have three or fouroptions

    4. Shade all your answers on the objective sheet provided

    Kertas soalan ini mengandungi 15 halaman bercetak

    BAHAGIAN PENGURUSAN

    SEKOLAH BERASRAMA PENUH DAN SEKOLAH KLUSTER

    KEMENTERIAN PELAJARAN MALAYSIA

    SULIT 6355/2

    6355/2 2010 Hak Cipta Sekolah Berasrama Penuh

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    SECTION A

    ( 30 marks )

    Questions 1 25 are based on the given stimuli. Study the information carefully and

    choose the best answer.

    Medicines called antibiotics are used to treat many illnesses caused by bacteria. Theyeither stop the bacteria from multiplying or destroy them completely. Antibiotics have no

    effect on illnesses caused by viruses, such as colds and flu.

    1 What is the use of antibiotics?

    A They treat colds and coughs.

    B They prevent many diseases.

    C They stop viruses from multiplying.

    D They kill bacteria that cause diseases.

    The bright colouring of ladybirds, generally red or yellow with black spots, is thought tohave a defensive function. It warns would-be predators, like insectivorous birds, that the

    beetles are distasteful. When disturbed or handled, most ladybirds discharge drops of abitter, pungent fluid from leg joints and other parts of the body, a habit known as reflex-

    bleeding .

    2 Why do ladybirds have the habit of reflex-bleeding?

    A To protect themselves

    B To defend predators

    C To provoke beetles

    D To attract birds

    Oil Production

    Leads to activities such as:* oil waste dumping

    * water pollution

    * oil spills

    Effects:

    * extinction of several plant and sea animal species* swamping of prime pastures and cropland

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    3 Which of the following statements is true about oil production?

    A It is a good business.

    B It can pose a hazard to environment.

    C It is carried out everywhere.

    D It is done in a refinery

    Meat extract is made from fresh, lean meat in a vacuum kettle. The meat is boiled

    until it loses all its colour and the water turns brown. Then the meat is removed andthe juice boiled again until most of the liquid has evaporated. As the remaining

    extract cools, it forms a paste.

    4 What is the main idea about meat extract?A It is derived from dehydrated meat.

    B It is obtained by boiling meat juice.

    C It is a colourless semi-solid

    D It is a fat-free liquid.

    Gold does not react with most chemicals, but is attacked by chlorine, fluorine andcyanide. Gold dissolves in mercury, forming amalgam alloys. In particular, gold is

    insoluble in nitric acid, which will dissolve most other metals. Nitric acid has long beenused to confirm the presence of gold in items, and this is the origin of the colloquial term

    acid test .

    5 Why is nitric