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Unduh sebagai PDF, TXT atau baca online dari Scribd .. Pelajaran Bahasa Indonesia SMP/MTs IX. 2 ppti.info Inggris Kelas XII Kurikulum Unduh sebagai PDF, TXT atau baca online dari Scribd REPUBLIK INDONESIA SMA/MA/ negara. Kurikulum menyadari peran penting Bahasa Inggris Pendidikan Menengah Kelas XII yang disajikan dalam buku ini disusun. Kelas XII semester I Modul Pembelajaran Belajar BAHASA INGGRIS dibuat menggunakan dua bahasa (Indonesia-Inggris). Selamat bertemu melalui modul Bahasa Inggris kelas 12 Buku mata pelajaran atau buku pegangan guru . 4. lulus tahun Wakil kepala Bid Kurikulum MTs Darul Irfan, tahun

Video Watching Work in pairs. Your teacher will show you the actions but you cannot hear the voices. What you should do is guessing what is said pause in certain points to give you time to write down the possible conversations between the speakers. Observe and Discuss. Most captions draw attention to something in the image that is not obvious, such as its relevance to the text. Captions can consist of a few words of description, or several sentences. Along with the title, the lead, and section headings, captions are the most commonly read words in an article, so they should be succinct and informative http: Captions also include a short title or heading of an article in a magazine or newspaper.

Words shown on a cinema or television screen to establish the scene of a story are also called captions. There are several criteria for a good caption. A good detailing the obvious. It is succinct, establishes the picture's relevance to the article, provides context for the picture, and draws the reader into the article.

Observe the captions, and answer the questions that follow. Can you mention some attitude problems? What kind of personality that is 3.

What kind of caption is it? Make some quotes about nature. Explain your quotes to your friends. What does friendship mean to you? Write a sentence or phrase under the word friendship above. What do you think about the picture? Is the man happy? What does this man symbolize? Write your own caption inside the box above.

Discuss and Write. Back again to the captions above. Discuss what messages are sent by the writer? Write down your answer in the space below. Which caption s do you like? Why do you think so? What about you, which one s do you like? I think Can you tell me why you like it? I like caption number 4. The font is so interesting and the combination of black and white color provides a clear contrast. What about you, which one do you like the best? I like number 5 best.

The yellow color with the greeny nature background …………………………… I like it, too. The words are also Referring to the pictures above, complete the blanks with suitable expressions. Then, play the roles of the speakers in the pictures. Continue having a chat with your friends about each of the captions above. Express your opinions to your friends and respond to their opinions. Find two captions. Discuss with your friends by focusing on three things: A note to remember: It is succinct, establishes the picture's relevance to the picture, provides context for the picture, and draws the reader into the message.

So related to the structure of a caption, it can be written in the form a word s , a phrase s or a sentence s. The words that you choose depends on the message that you want to send to your readers. Task 1: Read the instruction and listen to your teacher. Look at the following picture and create a caption using the picture. Look at the example below: From the picture above, you can create different kinds of caption.

Many other expressions are possible. You can also put the words in different positions to create the best layout. Picture 2. Work in Groups. Now, sit in groups of four. Take your picture that you have brought from home and copied into four. Distribute them to your friends and ask them to write a caption on each picture. Show me your driving lisence Oh, my goodness How Do You Do It? All students then write a caption of the same picture.

After that, the students show the caption to their friends and explain the message in it. The second, third and fourth students repeat the process. Do you know the social function of captions? Do you know what the structure and language features used in captions? Do you understand the message in captions? Do you know how to write text accompanying captions? Setelah mempelajari Bab 3, siswa diharapkan mampu: Menganalisis fungsi sosial, struktur teks, dan unsur kebahasaan pada ungkapan meminta perhatian bersayap extended , sesuai dengan konteks penggunaannya.

Menyusun teks lisan dan tulis untuk menyatakan dan merespons ungkapan untuk meminta perhatian bersayap extended , dengan memperhatikan fungsi sosial, struktur teks, dan unsur kebahasaan, yang benar dan sesuai konteks. Discuss and share with your friends. Menganalisis fungsi sosial, struktur teks, dan unsur kebahasaan pada teks yang menyatakan fakta dan pendapat, sesuai dengan konteks penggunaannya Menyusun teks lisan dan tulis untuk menyatakan dan merespons ungkapan untuk meminta perhatian bersayap extended , dengan memperhatikan fungsi sosial, struktur teks, dan unsur kebahasaan yang benar dan sesuai konteks.

Students discuss in groups the answers to the questions 2. Look at the pictures once again and tell your friends the interesting features of each animal! Tell your friends what you think of each animal! Vocabulary Builder Task 2: Match the words in the left column with the Indonesian words on the right column.

Listen to your teacher reading the following words. Researcher 2. Bait 3. Surroundings C. Interactional Text Task 1 Each of you will play a role. They are looking for an idea for the project. Hey, guys, I think assignment before Sunday.

It should be submitted on Monday. But, do you have any idea what we should Bagus: Maybe we can get some ideas. I reckon we have to think of an animal underwater and make a poster about it. Look at this one. Have a look at the size! Listen, the article says that the size can be 10 meters long. Yes, we can print out the picture and write the facts about a giant squid. I think it will be great! Very Interesting! Yeah, I think so.

Then, back to the conversation above, identify which is which. Expressions to get someone's attention Expressing opinions Listen Pay attention So now, listen to I reckon I feel In my view In my opinion To my mind Look at the article.

This giant squid was found in Japan. And giant squid lives in very deep sea. Vocabulary Exercise Task 3 Complete the sentence using the words from the box, you may need to use more than one word for one sentence.

The similarities between a squid and octopus is that both use …………… to catch their preys. During the landslide, a ………….. Bagus, Indah, and Lyla talk again about their project plan.

Continue the conversation based on the given hints. The main reason why people hunt sharks is to use their ………..

Ocean is the ………………. A chameleon can change its skin colour based on the condition of its…………….. Giant squid You should eat balanced ……………..

Expressing Facts tense that is relevant to the time when the event of the fact happens. Facts are actual, indisputable case. So, when it is a For sentences in Simple Present Tense such as: A giant squid is very unique. You can write facts about yourself or about the things that happen in the world.

Orang Utan General facts: Many Orang Utans lose their natural habitat because forests are turned into mining. Facts about the past: In the past, Orang Utan lived freely because their natural habitats were well preserved. Facts about the future: Writing description Develop the sentences from task 1 to write a paragraph that space provided. General Facts a Facts about the past a Facts about the future a Communicating Writing Task 2 Sources: Choose one picture and write your comment in a paragraph at the space provided.

Speaking Task 3 based on the situations below. Then, practice the dialogs with your friends. You are walking home with a friend one day. You see a boy falls off his bike. You and your friend think that you need to help him. Oh no! Look at the boy, he fell off his bike. You friend: I think we should go there and help him. You Your teacher is in front of the class. She asks all students to listen to her announcement about a biology Your teacher: Your friend: Your teacher: You are watching a very interesting quiz on TV.

Your to watch the quiz with you because you think that she can answer the questions in the quiz. Your sister: You tell your friend that you think the Math formula is very easy. Your friend asks you to listen to his idea about going You: Your own idea 7. Your own idea Debating In this simple debate, two groups are going to be given the same topic.

One group is on the pro side which means agreeing with the case, while the other group is on the oppposing side which means disagreeing with the case. Each group has to give their opinions about the case. Fishermen are only allowed to catch limited amount 2. Shark hunters should be given serious punishment. Only school students who live on the coastal areas should learn about marine life. Do you know how to ask for attention in spoken and 2.

Menganalisis fungsi sosial, struktur teks, dan unsur kebahasaan pada pernyataan dan pertanyaan tentang keharusan dan responnya, sesuai dengan konteks penggunaannya. Setelah mempelajari Bab 4, siswa diharapkan mampu: Share with your friends about these things: The time when you were most surprised.

The time when you were expected by someone else to do something. Observe the Dialogs. Read these dialogs. Pay attention to the italicized expressions. Answer the questions that follow. Menyusun teks lisan dan tulis untuk menyatakan dan merespons ungkapan yang mengawali penyampaian berita atau informasi yang mengejutkan dengan memperhatikan fungsi sosial, struktur teks, dan unsur kebahasaan yang benar sesuai konteks. Menyusun teks lisan dan tulis untuk menyatakan dan menanyakantentang keharusan, dengan memperhatikan fungsi sosial, struktur teks, dan unsur kebahasaan, yang benar sesuai konteks.

You know what? My extended family is going to hold a surprise birthday party for my grandmother next week. That sounds great. How old is she? I thought that she WAS still around She looks much younger. I think so. Dialog 2 Zahra: Have you heard the latest news about our school? What about it? We should be very proud. We are. It means that our school is of good quality. Questions 1. Where do you think each of the conversations takes place?

What are the relationships between the speakers? What are the functions of the italicized words? Read the Dialogs. Work in pairs. Take turns reading Dialog 1 and Dialog 2. Language Expressions Some common expressions of surprises are: Guess what? Complete the dialogs. Then practice reading them. Pay attention to the pronunciation. Mum is planning to buy us each a study desk. Thank God. I have wanted a bigger study desk for a long time.

Dialog 2 Roni: Our favorite singer Maher Zain is touring again here next month. We will get a discounted price for the concert tickets in the news agency if we can show our student ID card. Let's do it. Dialog 1 project is extended? It will be due next month. Neither have I. Find Dialogs. Task 3: Identify the functions. Go back to Task 2. Share with the class the expressions of surprises that you have found. Use the expressions of surprises. List as many as you can expressions that are commonly used to show surprises.

You may look at the dialogs above. Task 2: Create your own. Find dialogs containing expressions of surprises. You can go to the library or search in the Internet. Create a dialog that contains expressions of surprises Think about a situation when you were most surprised.

Where did it happen? Who else was involved? What did you say? Create a dialog to represent the situation. Show your understanding. Do you know how to express surprises? Do you know how to respond to expressions of surprises? Observe the dialogs. Dialog 1 Risna: This is Fadil. Hi, Fadil. You sound terrible. Are you all right? No, I am not. Oh, I am sorry to hear that.

My stomach hurts terribly. I think I have a fever as well. Oh, no. You have to see the doctor soon. This evening. Get well soon, Fadil. Are you feeling OK? No, not really. I have a toothache. Have you seen the dentist?

You must talk to the boss. You have to leave early and go to the dentist. Take care. Dialog 3 Dian: What do we have to prepare for the next trip? We are supposed to bring winter clothes.

Three pieces at least. We also have to take with us our personal medication. Are we supposed to bring some food as well? Dialog 4 Stranger: Excuse me. I need to go to Arjosari. How long will it take from this bus station? Around one and a half hours. Do I have to change buses? You have to change at Gadang terminal. Thank you. No worries. Listen and repeat. Practice the dialogs. Take turns reading the dialogs Dialogs 1 - 4. Task 4: Observe the functions.

They are used to express the idea that it is necessary for someone to do something. It is used to express the idea that someone expects something to happen.

Listen to your teacher reading the dialogs Dialogs 1 — 4. Complete the table like the examples. Task 5: Identify and write the expressions. Identify all the italicized words in the dialogs Dialogs 1- 4 , and re-write the sentences containing the words. Sentences Functions You have to see the doctor. It is necessary for you to see the doctor.

We are expected by someone to bring winter clothes. We are supposed to bring some food. We are expected by someone to bring some food. I need to go to Arjosari station.

You have to change at Gadang station. Take turns asking and answering the following questions. What are some of the things you have to do in the morning?

What are some of the things you have to do in the evening? What do you have to do today? What did you have to do yesterday? What do you have to do tomorrow?

Go back to Task 1. Say your sentences in a different way using It is necessary …. For example: I have to water the plants in the morning. It is necessary for me to water the plants in the morning. Take turns asking and responding to the questions. What are some of the things that you are supposed to do as a student? What are some of the things that you are supposed to do as a member of a family? What are some of the things that you are supposed to do as a member of a society?

Go back to Task 3. Say your sentences in a different way using as a student, I am expected …. As a student, I am supposed to do all the assignments.

As a student, I am expected to do all the assignments. Use the expressions of necessity. Students must Children have to Parents must Drivers have to Foreigners must Complete the sentences using your own words. Share with your friends. Students are supposed to Children are supposed to Parents are supposed to Drivers are supposed to Foreigners are supposed to Create a dialog that contains expressions of necessity or expectations. Think about a situation when it was necessary for you to do something.

Use the expressions of expectations. Think about a situation when you were expected to do something. Write a text that describes a situation when it was necessary for you to do something.

Do you know how to express necessity? Do you know how to respond to expressions of necessity? Do you know how to express expectations? Do you know how to respond to expressions of expectations?

Menganalisis fungsi sosial, struktur teks, dan unsur kebahasaan dari surat lamaran kerja, sesuai dengan konteks penggunaannya. Menangkap makna dalam teks berbentuk surat lamaran kerja. Menyunting surat lamaran kerja, dengan memperhatikan fungsi sosial, struktur teks, dan unsur kebahasaan yang benar sesuai konteks.

Chapter 5: Setelah mempelajari Bab 5, siswa diharapkan mampu: Boardgame Mindmap Your teacher will divide the class into 4 groups and show you how to play boardgame mindmap. All groups will compete to complete the mindmap on the winner.

Look at the example below. Previewing Read the text carefully. As you read, ask yourself the following questions: What type of text is that? What do you think the text is about? Why do people write such a text? Will you someday also write the same kind of text? Lilis Handayani 1 Jl. Raya Pandaan Pandaan Pasuruan, Jawa Timur, Discuss with your friends next to you what job you want to have in the future.

As you can see from my enclosed resume, my experience and match this position's requirements. In addition to my responsibilities as manager, I also developed time management tools for staff using Access 6 Thank you for your time and consideration.

I look forward to the opportunity to personally discuss why I am particularly for this position. Please call me after 4. I can be reached via telephone number or by email at lilish yahoo.

Sincerely, 7 Lilis Handayani Vocabulary Building Based on the context of the text, guess the meaning of the words in italics in the text above. After that, match the English words on the left with the Indonesian equivalents on the right. Comprehension Questions 1. To whom is the letter sent? Who wrote the application letter? What is the purpose of writing the letter? What position is being advertised? How did Lilis Handayani know the vacancy?

What has her current position provided with? What other responsibilities does she have at the moment? How do you know? Does Lilis indicate her willingness for an interview? Find the evidence from the text. Questioning Activities Do you still have questions?

Write down your questions and take turns asking and answering questions with your partner. Identify relevant words data from the text to support your answers.

Vocabulary in Context As you already know the meaning of the new words in the context of the sentences in choosing the right words. Butet frequently initiates speaking in English with her classmates because one of the ……………….. Students of XII E class made a class pledge stating their commitment to stop bullying ………………create positive classroom atmosphere for every class member.

I support Eva Tuarita to be the new head of our student association because she possesses all the …………….. Ratu Tita has written a letter addressed to the principal of our school asking permission not to attend classes for 2 days because we will join an English speech competition.

The letter is our completed application letter to join the event, which is also signed by our English teacher. As good……………, our teachers visited our English teacher who has been sick for a week. Although Bejo is a great master in in dealing with problems. Task 6: Pronunciation Practice 1.

Read the following sentences. Observe the italicized verbs.

I am particularly to this position. I can also be reached by email. The application letter is by William Smith. The programmer position in the Times Union. Three references are enclosed in the application letter. The application letter three days ago. Did you notice that in all the sentences you found be am, is, are, was, or were and past participles V-3?

Those sentences are called passive sentences. Study the following examples to see how passive sentences are formed from active ones. Active Voice Passive Voice She cleans the room every day. The room is cleaned every day. He is cleaning the rooms right now. The rooms are being cleaned right now.

She cleaned the room yesterday afternoon. The rooms was cleaned yesterday afternoon. The cleaning service was cleaning the rooms at In the passive voice, the subjects disappear. Passive voices are usually used when the subjects doers are not really important, therefore they might be erased from the sentences. In passive voice, the process is more important than the doer.

Change the following active sentences to passive ones. He manages the local branch of a national shoe retailer. The company has advertised the job opportunity in the national newspaper. He developed time management tools for staff. She will enclose her resume in the application letter. Linda is writing an application letter for the position as a secretary.

The room has been cleaned. He has cleaned the rooms. The rooms have been cleaned. They will clean the rooms. The rooms will be cleaned.

Those numbers represent parts of the application letter as follows. Use complete title and address; don't abbreviate. Do not simply restate what is contained in your resume, but give strong reasons why you are suited to the position.

One possibility is to ask for an interview appointment time. Make it easy for the personnel department to contact you by providing your telephone number and email address. Read it carefully. Then, identify parts of the application letter by referring to the guiding questions below. Which part indicates the address of the job applicant? Which part indicates the address of the company the letter is sent to? Which part indicates the person in charge?

Which part indicates the opening of the letter? What information is provided? Which part contains any information that matches the 6. Which paragraph closes the application letter? What information is written in this part? Where do you put your signature? Discuss your answers with your friends. Refer back to the comprehension questions under the application letter written by Lilis Handayani.

Observe and study the questions carefully. In pairs, make comprehension questions based on the application letter written by John Donaldson. Then, compare your questions to the ones made by other pairs.

Associating Writing Task 1: Read the following job vacancy carefully. Yani 25, Sukamakmur Attn. Feliks Diansyah, Manager Task 2: Write an application letter to respond to the above job vacancy. Use these points about parts of application letters to help you.

Write your address. Write the address of the company your application letter is sent to. Write down the name of the person in charge. Write down any necessary information in the opening of the letter.

Write down any necessary information in the closing. Sign your application letter. Find another example of application letters in the internet. Exchange with friends. At the end of this chapter, ask yourself the following questions to know your learning progress. Have you been able to understand the purpose of an application letter?

Do you know what information appears in an application letter? Do you know how to write an application letter? Can you respond well to the interviewer during a job interview? If your answer is NO to one of these questions, to make you understand and be able to write or talk about yourself better. What Do They Look Like? Setelah mempelajari Bab 6, siswa diharapkan mampu: Menganalisis fungsi sosial, struktur teks, dan unsur kebahasaan pada teks ilmiah berbentuk factual report tentang binatang.

Menangkap makna dalam teks ilmiah faktual factual report lisan dan tulis tentang binatang. Menyusun teks ilmiah faktual factual report lisan dan tulis tentang binatang dengan memperhatikan fungsi sosial, struktur teks, dan unsur kebahasaan yang benar sesuai konteks. Listen to the text. Guess the sounds of these animals. Use the provided clues to help you. Check your answers with your friends.

What does the pig say? What does the horse say? What does the cow say? What does the bee say? What does the little bird say? What does the frog say? What does the cat say? What does the goose say? What does the word reptile mean? What do reptiles look like? How do reptiles breathe? What does cold-blooded mean? What animals are mentioned as the examples of reptiles? Oral description Reading Task 1: Observe and compare. Sentence 3: Pattern 1: It's about time to go back to your study Where can I get inexpensive price for good quality shoes?

If you want a good price I will A cherry or two will help the appearance Pattern 5: If you want to be the chair of OSIS Sentence 5: If you don't put some cherries on it If you want to pass the exam Exam is around the corner Number 1 is given to you as the example Complete the following blanks by looking at the information in the conversations above I wish you all the best If I am elected president I will waive taxes for poor people An example of 'if clause' to show a dream is: Write them down in the following spaces.

If Clause Offering Help Now. Associating Now. To prepare yourself. Look at the following example. Your friends plan to visit that place. Visit Chihuly Garden and Glass. Watch the aircraft being built at the Boeing factory. Please also offer a help if your friends need more information. Tour Pike Place Market.

Remember your visit to an interesting place sometime ago. Tour Theo Chocolate factory in Freemont. Book a night at Sun Juan Islands. Give suggestions to your friends.

Setelah mempelajari Bab 2. Discuss with your friends which ones are captions. What you should do is guessing what is said pause in certain points to give you time to write down the possible conversations between the speakers. Your teacher will show you the actions but you cannot hear the voices.

Observe and Discuss. Video Watching Work in pairs. It is succinct. Captions also include a short title or heading of an article in a magazine or newspaper. Picture 2. Words shown on a cinema or television screen to establish the scene of a story are also called captions. Along with the title. There are several criteria for a good caption. Captions can consist of a few words of description. Most captions draw attention to something in the image that is not obvious.

Write a sentence or phrase under the word friendship above. What kind of caption is it? What does friendship mean to you? Can you mention some attitude problems? Make some quotes about nature. What kind of personality that is 3. Write your own caption inside the box above. Task 2: Observe the captions. Explain your quotes to your friends. What do you think about the picture? Is the man happy? What does this man symbolize?

Back again to the captions above. Discuss and Write. Discuss what messages are sent by the writer? Write down your answer in the space below. The font is so interesting and the combination of black and white color provides a clear contrast.

Why do you think so? Referring to the pictures above What about you Express your opinions to your friends and respond to their opinions The yellow color with the greeny nature background …………………………… Which caption s do you like? I like caption number Can you tell me why you like it?

What about you.. The words are also I like it Continue having a chat with your friends about each of the captions above I like number 5 best I think A good detailing the obvious. Find two captions. So related to the structure of a caption. Discuss with your friends by focusing on three things: Look at the following picture and create a caption using the picture. You can also write down. Many other expressions are possible. Task 1: Read the instruction and listen to your teacher.

The words that you choose depends on the message that you want to send to your readers. You can also put the words in different positions to create the best layout. Look at the example below: Distribute them to your friends and ask them to write a caption on each picture. Take your picture that you have brought from home and copied into four.

Work in Groups. After that. How Do You Do It? The second. All students then write a caption of the same picture. Do you know what the structure and language features used in captions? Do you know the social function of captions? Do you know how to write text accompanying captions? Do you understand the message in captions? Chapter 3: Setelah mempelajari Bab 3. Discuss and share with your friends. Look at the pictures once again and tell your friends 3.

Tell your friends what you think of each animal!

Vocabulary Builder Task 2: Match the words in the left column with the Indonesian words on the right column. Students discuss in groups the answers to the questions 2.

Researcher 2. Surroundings C. Interactional Text Task 1 Each of you will play a role. Listen to your teacher reading the following words. Bait deep-sea habitat massive 6. I think so. I think it will be great! Maybe we can get some ideas. They are looking for an idea for the project. I reckon we have to think of an animal underwater and make a poster about it. I think assignment before Sunday. It should be submitted on Monday. Look at this one.

Very Interesting! Lyla Indah 30 make a poster about it. Have a look at the size! I think. I reckon. Based on information found in: Formal Personally In my opinion.. I feel.. Pay attention.. Expressions to get someone's attention Listen. In my view So now. To my mind.. During the landslide And giant squid lives in very deep sea Continue the conversation based on the given hints This giant squid was found in Japan Look at the article Vocabulary Exercise Task 3 Complete the sentence using the words from the box The similarities between a squid and octopus is that both use …………… to catch their preys Facts are actual The main reason why people hunt sharks is to use their ……….

Ocean is the ………………. You should eat balanced ……………. Expressing Facts tense that is relevant to the time when the event of the fact happens. Giant squid Facts about the past: In the past. A giant squid is very unique. Orang Utan lived freely because their natural habitats were well preserved. For sentences in Simple Present Tense such as: Orang Utan General facts: Many Orang Utans lose their natural habitat because forests are turned into mining.

You can write facts about yourself or about the things that happen in the world. Facts about the future: Facts about the past a Writing description Develop the sentences from task 1 to write a paragraph that space provided General Facts a Facts about the future a Communicating Writing 1. Choose one picture and write your comment in a paragraph at the space provided. Speaking Task 3 based on the situations below You see a boy falls off his bike You are walking home with a friend one day You and your friend think that you need to help him You friend: I think we should go there and help him Oh no!

Look at the boy You tell your friend that you think the Math formula is very easy. She asks all students to listen to her announcement about a biology Your teacher Your friend Your teacher: Your teacher: Your to watch the quiz with you because you think that she can answer the questions in the quiz..

You Your teacher You: You are watching a very interesting quiz on TV. Your teacher is in front of the class. You Your friend: You Your sister You Your sister: Your friend: Fishermen are only allowed to catch limited amount 2.

Your friend You Your friend: Each group has to give their opinions about the case. One group is on the pro side which means agreeing with the case. Your friend asks you to listen to his idea about going You: Shark hunters should be given serious punishment.

Only school students who live on the coastal areas should learn about marine life. Your own idea Your own idea Debating In this simple debate. Do you know how to describe facts in spoken and opinions in spoken and If your answer is NO to one of these questions. Do you know how to ask for attention in spoken and 2. Setelah mempelajari Bab 4. Answer the questions that follow. Pay attention to the italicized expressions.

The time when you were most surprised. The time when you were expected by someone else to do something. Read these dialogs. Observe the Dialogs. Share with your friends about these things: How old is she? I thought that she WAS still around We are. Where do you think each of the conversations takes place?

What about it? Dialog 2 Zahra: Have you heard the latest news about our school?

Raisa Zahra Raisa Zahra: It means that our school is of good quality. Dialog 1 Amida: You know what? My extended family is going to hold a surprise birthday party for my grandmother next week. She looks much younger. What are the relationships between the speakers? What are the functions of the italicized words? That sounds great. Task 3: Read the Dialogs.

Pay attention to the pronunciation. Work in pairs. Take turns reading Dialog 1 and Dialog 2. Language Expressions Some common expressions of surprises are: Guess what? Complete the dialogs. Then practice reading them. Dialog 1 project is extended? Thank God It will be due next month Let's do it? Our favorite singer Maher Zain is touring again here next month! Dialog 2 Roni: I have wanted a bigger study desk for a long time We will get a discounted price for the concert tickets in the news agency if we can show our student ID card Dialog 3 Toni: Mum is planning to buy us each a study desk Neither have I..

List as many as you can expressions that are commonly used to show surprises. Go back to Task 2. You can go to the library or search in the Internet. Find dialogs containing expressions of surprises.

Create your own. Share with the class the expressions of surprises that you have found. Identify the functions. You may look at the dialogs above.

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Use the expressions of surprises. Find Dialogs. Show your understanding. Think about a situation when you were most surprised. Observe the dialogs. Are you all right? This evening. I am not. I think I have a fever as well. Get well soon. Do you know how to respond to expressions of surprises? You have to see the doctor soon. Where did it happen? Who else was involved? What did you say? Create a dialog to represent the situation. You sound terrible. Do you know how to express surprises? This is Fadil.

My stomach hurts terribly. I am sorry to hear that. Are we supposed to bring some food as well? What do we have to prepare for the next trip?

We are supposed to bring winter clothes. How long will it take from this bus station? Around one and a half hours. I have a toothache.

Three pieces at least. Do I have to change buses? No worries.

Have you seen the dentist? You must talk to the boss. We also have to take with us our personal medication. I need to go to Arjosari.

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Thank you. Excuse me. You have to change at Gadang terminal. You have to leave early and go to the dentist. Take care. Are you feeling OK? Listen and repeat. It is used to express the idea that someone expects something to happen. Task 4: Observe the functions. Listen to your teacher reading the dialogs Dialogs 1 — 4.

Questions 1. Take turns reading the dialogs Dialogs 1. Practice the dialogs. They are used to express the idea that it is necessary for someone to do something. Check whether you understand the functions of the expressions of necessity and expectations. Sentences You have to see the doctor. We are expected by someone to bring some food. Functions It is necessary for you to see the doctor. Complete the table like the examples. I need to go to Arjosari station.

Identify all the italicized words in the dialogs Dialogs 1. You have to change at Gadang station. We are supposed to bring some food. We are expected by someone to bring winter clothes. Task 5: Identify and write the expressions.

What did you have to do yesterday? It is necessary for me to water the plants in the morning. What do you have to do today? What are some of the things you have to do in the morning?

Say your sentences in a different way using It is necessary ….

Take turns asking and responding to the questions. For example: I have to water the plants in the morning. What do you have to do tomorrow? Go back to Task 1. Take turns asking and answering the following questions. What are some of the things you have to do in the evening? Use the expressions of necessity I am expected to do all the assignments Foreigners must. Complete the sentences using your own words Drivers have to As a student What are some of the things that you are supposed to do as a member of a family?

Children have to Parents must I am supposed to do all the assignments Students must Say your sentences in a different way using as a student What are some of the things that you are supposed to do as a member of a society? Identify the functions What are some of the things that you are supposed to do as a student?

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I am expected …. Share with your friends Go back to Task Create your own Think about a situation when you were expected to do something Parents are supposed to Children are supposed to Drivers are supposed to Create a dialog to represent the situation..

Think about a situation when it was necessary for you to do something Foreigners are supposed to Write a text that describes a situation when it was necessary for you to do something.

Work in pairs Create a dialog that contains expressions of necessity or expectations Students are supposed to Create a dialog to represent the situation Use the expressions of expectations Do you know how to express expectations? Do you know how to express necessity? Do you know how to respond to expressions of expectations? Do you know how to respond to expressions of necessity? Chapter 5: Setelah mempelajari Bab 5. Boardgame Mindmap Your teacher will divide the class into 4 groups and show you how to play boardgame mindmap.

All groups will compete to complete the mindmap on the winner. Look at the example below. Raya Pandaan Pandaan Pasuruan. What type of text is that? What do you think the text is about? Previewing Read the text carefully. Why do people write such a text? Will you someday also write the same kind of text? Lilis Handayani Jl. Yani Surabaya. Discuss with your friends next to you what job you want to have in the future.

Personnel Manager Jeans and Co. As you read. Jawa Timur. In addition to my responsibilities as manager. Please call me after 4. Dear Mr. As you can see from my enclosed resume.

I can be reached via telephone number or by email at lilish yahoo. June I also developed time management tools for staff using Access 6 Thank you for your time and consideration. What position is being advertised?

What is the purpose of writing the letter? How did Lilis Handayani know the vacancy? What other responsibilities does she have at the moment? Vocabulary Building Based on the context of the text. To whom is the letter sent? What has her current position provided with? Who wrote the application letter?

How do you know? Does Lilis indicate her willingness for an interview? Find the evidence from the text. Questioning Activities Do you still have questions? Write down your questions and take turns asking and answering questions with your partner. Identify relevant words data from the text to support your answers. Vocabulary in Context As you already know the meaning of the new words in the context of the sentences in choosing the right words.

Butet frequently initiates speaking in English with her classmates because one of the ……………….. I support Eva Tuarita to be the new head of our student association because she possesses all the …………….. Ratu Tita has written a letter addressed to the principal of our school asking permission not to attend classes for 2 days because we will join an English speech competition. The letter is our completed application letter to join the event, which is also signed by our.

English teacher. As good……………, our teachers visited our English teacher who has been sick for a week. Task 6: Pronunciation Practice 1. Grammar Review - Passive Voice Task 1: Read the following sentences. Observe the italicized verbs. I can also be reached by email. Three references are enclosed in the application letter. Did you notice that in all the sentences you found be am, is, are, was, or were and past participles V-3?

Those sentences are called passive sentences. Study the following examples to see how passive sentences are formed from active ones. In the passive voice, the subjects disappear. Passive voices are usually used when the subjects doers are not really important, therefore they might be erased from the sentences.

In passive voice, the process is more important than the doer. He manages the local branch of a national shoe retailer. He developed time management tools for staff. She will enclose her resume in the application letter. Those numbers represent parts of the application letter as follows.

The address of the company you are writing to. Use complete title and address; don't abbreviate. Opening paragraph — Use this paragraph to specify which job you are applying for, or, if you are writing to inquire whether a job position is open, question the availability of an opening.

Do not simply restate what is contained in your resume, but give strong reasons why you are suited to the position. Closing paragraph — Use the closing paragraph to ensure action on the part of the reader. One possibility is to ask for an interview appointment time. Make it easy for the personnel department to contact you by providing your telephone number and email address.

Always sign the application letter. Which part indicates the address of the job applicant? Which part indicates the address of the company the letter is sent to? Which part indicates the person in charge? Which part indicates the opening of the letter? What information is provided? Which part contains any information that matches the Which paragraph closes the application letter?

What information is written in this part? Where do you put your signature? January The following text is another example of an application letter. Read it carefully.

Observe and study the questions carefully. Discuss your answers with your friends. Associating Writing Task 1: Read the following job vacancy carefully. In pairs. Refer back to the comprehension questions under the application letter written by Lilis Handayani. Manager Task 2: Write an application letter to respond to the above job vacancy. Use these points about parts of application letters to help you.

Write your address. Yani Sukamakmur Attn. Write down the name of the person in charge. Write down any necessary information in the closing. Write the address of the company your application letter is sent to. Sign your application letter. Feliks Diansyah. Jalan A.

Write down any necessary information in the opening of the letter. Do you know how to write an application letter? Have you been able to understand the purpose of an application letter? Do you know what information appears in an application letter?

Exchange with friends. Find another example of application letters in the internet. Can you respond well to the interviewer during a job interview? Chapter 6: Setelah mempelajari Bab 6. Check your answers with your friends. Listen to the text. Guess the sounds of these animals. What What What What does does does does the the the the little bird say?

What What What What does does does does the the the the pig say? Use the provided clues to help you. Listen to your teacher reading aloud a text about reptiles. Answer Questions 1.

What does cold-blooded mean? Your answer will help you describe reptiles. What does the word reptile mean? How do reptiles breathe? What animals are mentioned as the examples of reptiles? Oral description Listen to your teacher again.

What do reptiles look like? Reading Task 1: Observe and compare. Try to answer the questions in Task 1. In groups. Observe these two texts about reptiles.

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So were the ancient dinosaurs. Volume 2. The most probable explanation is the climate of the earth changed too much about 60 million years ago for the dinosaurs to continue living. Reptiles are cold-blooded. This means that the temperature of their blood changes when the air temperature changes.

Reptiles usually have as people do. Animals through the Ages: A reptile is an animal that crawls. The huge sized reptiles called Dinosaurs existed in a great variety of sizes. Most were 25 to 30 feet long and weighed from were as small as chicken! TEXT 1 What is a reptile? The word reptile means that which crawls. Think about it. Discuss these aspects: Have you ever read anything about zebras? What information about zebras did you get from reading?

Do you know that the stripes of zebras have some functions? Do you think that zebras are black animals with white stripes.All the materials I have upload in this blog are free to use. Birds do not learn to build nests. Your teacher: Find any information about how English is created and why English is used as an international language.

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