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BECE 2022: WAEC Approved Structure and Marking Scheme of Ghanaian Language for Candidates

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Ferdinand| EducationGhana| October 16| BECE 2022: WAEC Approved Structure and Marking Scheme of Ghanaian Language for Candidates

The Syllabus topics outlined for the English Language have been extracted by the West African Examinations Council 9WAEC)  from the detailed Syllabuses developed for use in Junior High Schools by the Ghana Education Service.

Teachers and prospective candidates are therefore advised to thoroughly acquaint themselves with the scope and the depth of materials to be covered, to ensure adequate preparation for the examination.

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There will be papers 1 and 2, both of which must be taken. The Papers will be combined and taken in one sitting.

Paper 1: Paper 1 will consist of 40 multiple choice objective test questions on customs and
institutions, oral and written literature, of the particular language. Candidates will be required to answer all questions within 45 minutes for 40 marks.

Paper 2: This will consist of three (3) parts as follows:

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Part I – Essay:

Four (4) questions will be set and candidates will be required to answer only one for 30
marks.

Part II – Comprehension:

Ten (10) questions will be set. Candidates will be required to answer all the questions for 10 marks.

Part III – Lexis and Structure:

Twenty (20) questions on Sentence Composition and either multiple choice objective or
completion-type questions will be set for candidates to answer all for 20 marks.

The paper will last one (1) hour and will carry 60 marks

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SAMPLE QUESTIONS PAPER 1
PART – SAMPLE PASSAGE
PAPER 2:
Part 1 – Essay
Part II: COMPREHENSION (10 marks)

Read this passage and answer all the questions.

A long time ago Crab was a very handsome man. He was tall and had fine hair. He
was also very kind. He had many friends amongst whom were Scorpion, Lobster,
Snail and Spider.

One day, Spider went to Crab. He said, “Crab, I’m in trouble. I must go to the
Chief’s house now. I must think and speak well to the Chief. Give me your head so
that I can think and speak well.”

Crab said, “My good friend, I’m sad that you are in trouble. You can have my head so
that you can think well and speak well to the Chief.” Crab gave his head to Spider.
Spider put Crab’s head on his head. Then he went to the Chief’s house.

The Chief was very angry to see him. He said, “Spider, you are a bad man. You stole
my gold. Because of this, we are going to cut of your head. Now, soldiers, cut off his
head!” The soldiers cut off Spider’s head at once. But it was Crab’s head.

Spider went away and nobody saw him again.

Crab waited and waited but Spider did not come back. The crab was always inside his
hole. He could not go out. He could neither see, hear nor eat because he had no head.

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God was sad that Crab had no head. God gave Crab a shell to cover his body. He
gave Crab eight small legs and two big ones. The big ones were his claws. He used
the claws to nip people who would trouble him.

(a) Long ago, what was the appearance of Crab?
(b) Who were the friends of Crab?
(c) Which of these friends was in trouble?
(d) Why was the Chief angry with Spider?

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(e) Why was it necessary for Spider to speak well at the Chief’s house?
(f) What was the importance of the punishment meted out to Spider?
(g) Why did Spider refuse to go back to inform Crab about the loss of his head?
(h) Give the antonym of “kind”.
(i) What part of speech is ‘shell’?
(j) Give a suitable title to the passage.

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