EXCLUSIVE LPAT past paper exam script, plus comments, so you know what HKEAA expects. The writer of the script scored Level 4-4.5 in his LPAT presentation. (LPAT writing sample)
The LPAT Challenge
In writing, markers look for good vocab, grammar, organization and task completion. Make it easier for them to give you high marks with this EXCLUSIVE script.
What you get
Take a look at the EXCLUSIVE script. Typed. Two A4 pages. Full of grammar and vocab items that you can use in your own exam.
How this helps
Use this as a template and understand what HKEAA is looking for.
Comes with very detailed comments about the good practices used in the script.
A taste of what you get-- the script
Then, empower. Sit down with the victim, listen to him or her in a non-judgmental manner, and from that, give sensible advice. What counts as such depends on the actual context. It might be that he or she needs to fade out from the relationship, be frank with the friends concerned and point out how their behaviours makes him or her feel, draw boundaries and establish reasonable limits, or even say ‘no’ when the boundaries are crossed. It might be best if they part ways if the worst comes to the worst. In that case, teach them to be stern. Teach them how to say ‘no’ firmly but politely. Too often, students are taught to be kind and considerate at the expense of not protecting themselves from harmful friendships. However, teach students as best as you can they should not be a pushover.
A taste of what you get-- the comments
- This candidate shows that he/she understand the issue at hand. The part about empowering students, for example, contains numerous useful and practical options typically given by professionals, e.g. fading out, saying no sternly, drawing boundaries, etc.
- Addressed all aspects of the question. For example, in the second paragraph, instead of describing the general benefits of healthy relations, there is a clear focus on how they help students achieve academic success, as required by the prompt.
- Good use of metaphorical and idiomatic expressions, e.g. ‘heartbreaks, dramas and bitterness’, ‘red flag’, ‘walking on eggshells’, ‘a dread in the pit of their stomach’, ‘off-balance'.
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