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Final sma lesson plan speaking and appendices[1] 1

  1. 1. LESSON PLAN__________________________________________________________________ Field of Study : Language Sub-Field of Study : English Topic of Discussion : Past experiences Skill : Speaking Class : X Semester : I Time allocation : 3x 45 minutes__________________________________________________________________ I. Competence Standard To convey meaning in short functional texts and simple monologues in the form of a recount, narrative, and procedure in everyday context II. Basic Competence To convey meaning in simple monologue texts using a variety of simple discourse accurately, fluently, and suitably in everyday context in the form of recount, narrative, and procedure. III. Indicators 1. Students are able to make an outline about their own past experiences with at least 70% accuracy. 2. Students are able to make a text about their own past experiences based on their outlines with at least 65% accuracy and a minimum of 1 page. 3. Students are able to perform their texts about their own past experiences in front of the class with at least 65% accuracy and fluency. IV. Learning Materials A. Pre – Activities 1
  2. 2. Pictures from: (http://images.google.co.id/bali,yogyakarta,jakarta) 1. “Guessing Places” The teacher will divide the class into two groups. Then, she will give some description of five places, and the students answer it as soon as they know what the places are. The fastest group who answer the description correctly wins the game. Pre Speaking Questions a. What do you think about the game? Are the places interesting? Have you ever gone to the places? b. Where do you usually go to spend your holiday?B. Theory 1. Recount is a text to retell events in sequence for the purpose of informing or entertaining. It has 3 rhetorical steps (generic structure): a. Orientation: provides the setting and introduces participants. b. Events: tell what happened, in what sequence. 2
  3. 3. c. Re-orientation: optional-closure of events. Language Features The use of general nouns (e.g vacation, travel) The use of relating verbs (e.g was, were, had) The use of past tense (e.g We saw our travel agent and booked our tickets.) C. Example: I. A video recording of people performing their speeches: ‘My best holiday’ II. How to Make an Outline • Reorientation must include who (people), where (place), what (the event), when (time), why, and how. • Sequence of events mean what happened during that time. The events must be put in order. • Reorientation is what happened at the end. • In the outline make sure you only write the topic sentences and you may use points. • Use first person. III. Example of an Outline from a Text 1. Orientation: Last holiday I visited a sheep property. 2. First event: On the first day the Merino wethers were crutched. 3. Second event: After lunch, we started shearing the lambs. 4. Third event: We all had to help to get the wethers and lambs back into the paddocks. 5. Reorientation: This was a very long day but I enjoyed it a lot.A visit to asheepproperty 3
  4. 4. Last holidays I visited a sheep property. I helped in the shearing sheds and in theorientation yards. On the first day the Merino wethers were crutched. I helped by sweeping up after the rouseabout picked up the wool pieces. Shearers start early (at 7.30 am). After lunch, we started shearing the lambs. There were more than 400 so we didnt finish until the next day. Once again I was sweeping and picking up dags.sequence ofevents I was tired by the end of the day in the shed but our work wasnt finished. We all had to help to get the wethers and lambs back into the paddocks, as well as, we had to get a mob of ewes and their lambs into the yards for shearing the next day. Then it was time for tea (thats what my nanna calls dinner). This was a very long day but I enjoyed it a lot.reorientation Language features: Past tense: visited, helped First person: I, we Adverbs of time: after IV. How to Perform Your Speech 1. Use palm cards 2. Your voice and pronunciation must be clear 4
  5. 5. 3. Stand in the middle at the front 4. Keep a regular eye contact with the audience 5. Don’t read your notes all the time 6. Don’t talk too fast D. Exercise 1. Write an outline about your childhood. (Score: 25 points) 2. Make a text about your childhood based on the outline. (score: 75 points) 3. After making the outline, perform the outline that you have made in front of the class with acceptable pronunciation and intonation!! (Score: 100 Points)V. Learning Activities Student’s activities Students A. Warming Up 1. respond to teacher’s greeting 2. understand to the teacher’s instruction about the game “Guessing Places” 3. play the game “Guessing Places” 4. respond to the teacher’s pre –questions B. Learning New Materials 5. watch a video recording of people performing their speeches: ‘My best holiday’ 6. discuss the vocabulary, grammar, how to make an outline, the content, and recount from the example orally 7. discuss what recount is using power point 8. discuss making outlines using power point 5
  6. 6. 9. discuss how to perform a speech using power point 10. ask questions (if there are any) 11. write an outline of childhood 12. discuss the outline by reading them 13. make the text 14. perform the text in front of the class 15. discuss the performances orally using feedback sheets C. Closing Procedure 16. ask questions (if there are any) 17. receive the evaluation sheet paper 18. write an outline about “Your School Days” 19. make the outline and script 20. submit the outline and script 21. perform the outline in front on the class. 22. listen to the teacher’s comments 23. say good bye to teacherVI. Teaching Aid and Sources of MaterialsA. Teaching Aids 1. Handouts (outline example, exercise sheet and evaluation sheet). 2. Pictures of places for pre activity “Bali”, “Jogjakarta”, and “Jakarta” 3. Power point “How to Make an Outline”, “Recount”, and “how to Perform a Speech” 4. A DVD “My Best Holiday” and a DVD playerB. Sources of Materials: 1. English in Mind 3 2. www.theholidayspot.com 6
  7. 7. VII. Evaluation A. Type of Test: Written – oral. B. Test Item 1. Write an outline about your school days. (score: 25 points) 2. Make a text about your school days based on your outline. (score: 75 points) 3. Perform your outline in front of the class. (score: 100 points) APPENDICESAppendix 1 Answer KeysWarming UpI. Pre-activity 1. Thailand 2. Sydney 3. London 4. Singapore 5. Paris Pre – Skill Questions A. The game was great. Yes, they were interesting place. No, I haven’t. B. Singapore, Malaysia, Bali, Lombok. (The students’ answers may vary)II. Exercise A. The Speech Outline (100 Points) 7
  8. 8. Topic sentence: My childhood is full of happy memories. Orientation: We used to spend a lot of time playing in the backyard First event (sequence of events): My father built us a tree house in the backyard. Second event: My sister and I used to play ‘house’. Third event: We would invite our friends to play. Fourth event: Every month we would make a tree house party in the backyard. Fifth event: Everyone always had a good time. Reorientation: The tree house still stands as a reminder of happy memories. (The students’ answers may vary)III. Evaluation A. The Speech Outline Topic sentence: My first day of high school was nerve racking. Orientation: My first day was filled with new things do, and people to get to know. First event (sequence of events): In the morning was the orientation ceremony. Second event: 8
  9. 9. New students were divided into their classes.Third event: We were taken on tour around the school.Fourth event: We were put into classrooms and got to know each other.Reorientation: Overall, the first day of high school was very interesting. (The students’ answers may vary) B. Aspects of Scoring Written Maximum Points Points Grammar 25% Vocabulary 10% Content (generic 40% structure) Outline Maximum Points Points Generic Structure 20% Language features 5% Oral Skill Maximal Points Points Fluency, 30% pronunciation, intonation Content (generic 40% 9
  10. 10. structure, relevance) Body Language 30% (eye contact, posture)Appendix 2 Teaching Activities TeacherA. Warming Up1. greets to students2. gives the instructions of playing “Guessing Places”3. controls students playing the game “Guessing Places”4. asks students about pre-questionsB. Learning New Materials5. plays a video recording of people performing their speeches: ‘My best holiday’6. discusses the vocabulary, grammar, how to make an outline, the content, and recount from the example orally7. discusses what recount is using power point8. discusses making outlines using power point9. discusses how to perform a speech using power point10. answers questions (if there are any)11. asks students to write an outline of childhood12. discusses the outline by reading them13. asks students to make the text14. asks students to perform the text in front of the class15. discuss the performances orally using feedback sheetsC. Closing Procedure17. answers questions (if there are any)18. gives the evaluation sheet paper19. asks students to write an outline about “Your School Days”20. asks students to make outline and text 10
  11. 11. 21. accepts the outline script and text22. asks students to perform the outline in front on the class.23. gives comments24. say good bye to studentsAppendix 3 HAND OUTAppendix 4 TEACHING AIDS B. Teaching Aids 1. Pictures of place for pre-activities Pictures from: (http://images.google.co.id/bali,yogyakarta,jakarta) C. Sources of Materials: 3. English in Mind 3 4. www.theholidayspot.com 11

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