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  • Year 10 SyllabusSemester 1: Listening Standard of Basic Indicators Main Materials Learning Experience Evaluation Time Source Competence CompetenceTo To respond Students are able to: Warm up activity Warming up activity A. Answer questions 4x60 Pictures:understand to meaning in • A picture of 2 people meeting • Show a picture of people based on the recorded min http://www.googlemeaning in formal and 1. Fill in the blanks with each other. meeting in the café text in full sentences. .co.id/gambar.sear h/conversationtransactional informal in to complete the • Questions: • Discuss the picture together (50 points)and both dialogue that What do you think these people Exercise:interpersonal transactional involves are doing? 1. What did Samantha ask http://www.ESL.cconversation (to get things greetings & What might these people say to Jane to do? omin daily life done) and farewells, and each other? 2. When did Jane must docontext interpersonal agreeing to it? (to socialize) invitations, Theory Theory conversations keeping and • Examples and explanations of • Discuss examples and using a breaking common phrases used in explanations of common B. Listen to the unfinished variety of promises with at meeting people e.g. ‘Hi’, ‘How phrases used in meeting recorded text and simple least 65% are you?’, ‘Fine, thanks’, people continue the story. (50 discourse accuracy. ‘Goodbye’, etc. points) accurately, • Discuss examples and fluently, and 2. Answer • Examples and explanations of explanations of common acceptably in questions related common phrases used when phrases used when invited to daily life to the dialogue invited to an event e.g. ‘Can you an event context, and that involves come to my birthday party?’, involving greetings & ‘Yes, I can’, etc. greetings, farewells, and • Discuss examples and farewells, agreeing to • Examples and explanations of explanations of common agreeing to invitations, common phrases used when phrases used when making invitations, keeping and making promises e.g. ‘I promise promises keeping and breaking I’ll look after the cat’, ‘I’m breaking promises briefly sorry, something came up, I promises. with at least 65% don’t think I can do it’, etc. accuracy. Example
  • Examples Listen to the recorded texts:Recorded texts: • ‘Meeting Ally at the Café’ • ‘Meeting Ally at the Café’ • ‘Getting invited to Ally’s • ‘Getting invited to Ally’s party’ party’ • ‘Breaking a promise to Ally’ • ‘Breaking a promise to Ally’ Discuss the vocabulary, information, and how to answer the question in sentences of the example texts above. ExerciseExercise Listen to the recorded texts: 1. Recorded text: ‘Meeting my • ‘Meeting my friend on the friend on the street’ street’ • ‘Invitation to a party’Fill in the blanks: • ‘Breaking a promise’Amy: Hi, Tom! ___ (how) ___ (are)you? Discuss the vocabulary,Tom: ___ (Hello), Amy! I’m ___ information, and how to answer(fine). You? the question in sentences of theAmy: Oh, ___ (not) ___ (bad). Etc example texts above.Questions: • What did Amy say about how Do exercise: she was? a. Fill in the blanks A: She said she was not bad. b. Answer the question • Why were Amy and Tom so in full sentences happy to see each other? A: Because they haven’t seen each other for a long time. Discuss the exercise: a. Fill in the blanks
  • 2. Recorded text: ‘Invitation to a b. Answer the question party’ in full sentencesFill in the blanks: Collect the exercise:Tim: Hello? Sue, it’s me Tim. a. Fill in the blanksSue: Oh. Hi, Tim! How can I help b. Answer the questionyou? in full sentencesTim: Um… I was wondering if ___(you) ___ (would) ___ (like) to ___(come) to ___ (my) ___ (party) thisSaturday.Sue: Yes, I ___ (would) ___ (love) to!EtcQuestions: • What kind of party is Tim having? A: A cocktail party. • What did Sue say to the invitation? A: She said she’d love to come. 3. Recorded text: ‘Breaking a Review promise’ • A variety of simple discourse involvingFill in the blanks: greetings, farewells,Jim: Hey, Lee! I need to talk to you. agreeing to invitations,Lee: About what? keeping and breakingJim: I ___ (am) ___ (sorry) I ___ promises(can’t) ___ (make) it to the hearing. • Vocabulary and languageLee: But, ___ (why)? You know I itemsneed your support.Jim: I know. But, Marcia has to ___(have) an ___ (operation). EtcQuestions: • Why is Jim unable to keep his
  • promise? A: Because Marcia is having an operation. • What was Lee’s reaction? A: He was disappointed.Standard of Basic Indicators Main Materials Learning Experience Evaluation Time Source
  • Competence CompetenceTo To respond Students are able to: Warm up activity Warming Up Activity A. Fill in the blanks 4x60 Internet:understand to meaning in Questions: • Ask and discuss questions according to the min www.daveseslcafemeaning in simple Recount • What did you do on the last recorded text. (50 .comshort monologue Christmas holiday? (Recount) points)functional texts using a 1. Answer • Who knows what a fairy tale is? Books:texts and variety of questions in Have you heard or read of one? Once upon a time there English in Mind 3simple simple complete What’s your favorite? (Narrative) was a ___ named Wendymonologues discourse sentences based • Who likes to cook? (Procedure) who lived with ___. Picturesin the form of accurately, on the recount http://www.googlea recount, fluently, and text about past Theory B. Answer questions based .co.id/gambar.sear Theory ch/narrative, and acceptably in experiences • Explanation about: Discuss the definitions and generic on the recorded text inprocedure in daily life briefly with at Recount- to inform about an structure of recount, narrative, and full sentences. (50daily life context in the least 65% event to entertain procedure points)context form of accuracy. Narrative- to entertain recount, Procedure- to give instructions to 1. Why does Roger feel narrative, and 2. Summarize what do something sad? procedure. has been heard in 2. What did James do to a recount text help Roger? about past Examples Examples experiences with Recorded texts: Listen to example texts: at least 65% • ‘My best holiday’ (Recount) • ‘My best holiday’ (Recount) accuracy. • ‘Sleeping Beauty’ • ‘Sleeping Beauty’ (Narrative) • ‘How to make a milkshake’ (Narrative) Narrative • ‘How to make a milkshake’ (Procedure) (Procedure) 1. State whether each statement Discuss the vocabulary, given is true or information, parts, and how to false based on answer the questions in sentences the recount text of the example texts above about fairy tales with at least 65% accuracy. Exercise 1. Recorded text (Recount): ‘My Exercise 2. Make corrections Listen to exercise texts: childhood’
  • for the false • ‘my childhood’(Recount) statements based Questions: • ‘Cinderella’(Narrative) on the reading • What was the narrator’s • ‘Making Pancakes’ text in the form childhood like? (Procedure) of narrative A: It was unhappy about fairy tales • How did the narrator overcome Discuss the vocabulary, with at least 65% his problems? information, parts, and how to accuracy. A: By consulting with the answer the questions in sentences counselor of the example texts above3. Retell the story based on the 2. Recorded text (Narrative): Do the given exercises: recorded text ‘Cinderella’ a. Fill in the blanks about fairy tales b. Answer questions in sentences with at least 65% True/False: accuracy. • Cinderella was treated kindly by Discuss exercises: her step family. a. Fill in the blanksProcedure • Cinderella had no friends. b. Answer questions in sentences • The glass shoe fit the step sister.1. Complete the Submit the exercises: missing steps 3. Recorded text (Procedure): a. Fill in the blanks based on the ‘Making pancakes’ b. Answer questions in sentences recorded text about cooking Complete missing steps: with at least 65% Step 1: Collect ingredients. accuracy. Step 2: ___ Step 3: Add flour. Etc2. Answer multiple choice questions Multiple choice questions: based on the • One of the ingredients used is? recorded text a. Cocoa about cooking b. Salt with at least 70% c. Milk accuracy. • What do you do to the eggs? a. Beat Review b. Leave the white • Generic structure of recount,
  • c. Leave the yolk narrative, and procedureSemester 1: Speaking Standard of Basic Indicators Main Materials Learning Experience Evaluation Time Source Competence CompetenceTo convey To respond Students are able to: Warm up activity Warm up activity A. Make a dialogue 4x60 Internet:meaning in to meaning in 1. Make a short • A picture of 2 people meeting • Show a picture of 2 people between two or three min www.daveseslcafetransactional formal and dialogue with a with each other. meeting each other people involving .comand informal in partner involving • Questions: • Discuss and ask questions greetings & farewells,interpersonal both greetings & What do you think these people regarding the picture and agreeing toconversation transactional farewells, and are doing? invitations, keeping andin daily life (to get things agreeing to What might these people say to breaking promises. (40context done) and invitations, each other? points) interpersonal keeping and (to socialize) breaking promises Theory Theory B. Answer orally to the conversations with at least 65% • Examples and explanations of • Give examples and questions or statements using a accuracy. common phrases used in explanations of common your teacher says to you. variety of meeting people e.g. ‘Hi’, ‘How phrases used in meeting simple 2. Perform their are you?’, ‘Fine, thanks’, people discourse dialogue 1. T: Hi! How are you? ‘Goodbye’, etc. • Give examples and accurately, involving • Examples and explanations of explanations of common fluently, and greetings & S: Fine thanks. And common phrases used when phrases used when invited to acceptably in farewells, and you? invited to an event e.g. ‘Can you an event everyday agreeing to come to my birthday party?’, context, and invitations, ‘Yes, I can’, etc. • Give examples and involving keeping and explanations of common greetings, breaking promises • Examples and explanations of phrases used when making farewells, with at least 65% common phrases used when promises agreeing to fluency and making promises e.g. ‘I promise invitations, accuracy. 2. T: How would you I’ll look after the cat’, ‘I’m keeping and invite someone to a sorry, something came up, I breaking party? don’t think I can do it’, etc. promises. S: Would you like to
  • Examples come to my birthdayExamples • Play the recorded texts party?Recorded texts: a. ‘Meeting John’ • ‘Meeting John’ b. ‘Getting invited to a • ‘Getting invited to a birthday birthday party’ party’ c. ‘Breaking a promise to a • ‘Breaking a promise to a friend’ friend’ • Discuss vocabulary, language items, and examples of questions of the example texts aboveExercise ExerciseDialogue topics: Make dialogues based on the • Meeting an old friend topics: • Accepting a wedding invitation • Meeting an old friend • Keeping or breaking a promise • Accepting a wedding to a sibling invitation • Keeping or breaking a promise to a sibling Discuss vocabulary, language items, and examples of questions of the example texts above Review • A variety of simple discourse involving greetings, farewells, agreeing to invitations, keeping and breaking
  • promises • Vocabulary and language items Standard of Basic Indicators Main Materials Learning Experience Evaluation Time Source Competence CompetenceTo convey To convey Students are able to: Warm up activity Warm up activity A. Make an outline of 4x60 Internet:meaning in meaning in Questions: • Ask and discuss questions either a recount, min www.daveseslcafeshort simple Recount • What did you do on the last narrative or .comfunctional monologue Christmas holiday? (Recount) procedure on thetexts and texts using a 1. Make a simple • Who knows what a fairy tale is? topics of your choice. Books:simple variety of story about past Have you heard or read of one? (30 points) English in Mind 4monologues simple experiences with What’s your favorite?in the form of discourse at least 65% (Narrative) B. Perform a speech ofa recount, accurately, accuracy and a • Who likes to cook? (Procedure) your outline in frontnarrative, and fluently, and minimum of 1 of the class. (70procedure in suitably in page. Theory Theory points)everyday everyday • Explanation about: • Give explanation aboutcontext context in the 2. Perform their Recount- to inform about an recount, narrative, and form of stories in front of event to entertain procedure recount, the class with at Narrative- to entertain narrative, and least 65% Procedure- to give instructions procedure. accuracy and to do something fluency. • Explain the generic structure • Generic structure: of recount, narrative, and Narrative Recount- orientation, event, procedure conclusion 1. Make an outline Narrative- introduction, to summarize a complication, climax, falling fairy tale using action, resolution own words with Procedure- aim, ingredients, at least 65% method accuracy. Examples
  • 2. Retell a fairy tale Video recordings of people Examples using their own performing: • Play the video recordings of words with at • ‘My best holiday’ (Recount) people’s performances least 65% • ‘Rapunzel’ (Narrative) accuracy and • ‘How to make popcorn’ • Discuss the video fluency. (Procedure)Procedure Exercise Exercise1. Make steps to • Make a… (story, steps) based • Assign students to make a cook something on your chosen topics with a story or steps very simple with minimum of 1 page. • Ask students to perform at least 65% • Perform your stories or steps in accuracy. front of the class. Review2. Perform an • Generic structure of recount, imaginary demo narrative, and procedure about their cooking steps with at least 65% accuracy and fluency.
  • Semester 1: Reading Standard of Basic Indicators Main Materials Learning Experience Evaluation Time Source Competence CompetenceTo To respond Students are able to : Warm Up Activity 1. Warm Up Activity Recount (My trip to 4x60 Pictures:understand to meaning • Pictures of a boy falling from his • Discuss pictures of a boy Australia) min http://www.googshort and to Recount bicycle (Recount), Cinderella falling from his bicycle A. Answer the following le.co.id/gambar.s earch/functional rhetorical (Narrative), Fried Rice (Recount), Cinderella questions based on thetexts and steps of essay 1. Answer (Procedure) (Narrative), Fried Rice given texts in full Books:simple essays texts questions based (Procedure) sentences (60 points) Backpack 5in the form of accurately, on the readingrecount, fluently, and text in the Theory 1. To which part ofnarrative, and acceptably in form of recount Theory Discuss definition and generic Australia did Angelaprocedure in everyday about past • Explanation about: structure of recount, narrative, and go?daily life context to experiences in Recount- to inform about an event procedurecontext, and access complete to entertain B. Answer true/false to theto access knowledge in sentences with at Narrative- to entertain given statementsknowledge. the form of least 65% Procedure- to give instructions to according to the text recount, accuracy. do something and give corrections to narrative, and the false statements. procedure. 2. State whether • Generic structure: (40 points) each statement Recount- orientation, event, given is true or conclusion 1. Angela swam with the false based on Narrative- introduction, dolphins in Port the reading text complication, climax, falling Charles. (T) in the form of action, resolution 2. Angela took part in recount about Procedure- aim, ingredients, singing at the Opera past experiences method House. (F) Angela with at least 65% watched an opera accuracy. singer at the Opera House. 3. Make corrections Examples Examples for the false Example of generic structure in the Discuss Example texts: statements based texts: • My Bad Day (Recount) on the reading • My Bad Day (Recount) • Cinderella (Narrative) text in the • How to Make Pancakes Narrative (Batman)
  • form of recount • Cinderella (Narrative) (Procedure) A. Answer the following about past • How to Make Pancakes questions based on the experiences with (Procedure) given texts in full at least 65% Discuss vocabulary, information, sentences (60 points) accuracy. generic structures, and how to answer the questions in sentences, 1. Who is the eternalNarrative and giving corrections to false enemy of Batman? statements based on the example Joker is Batman1. Answer the texts above eternal enemy questions based Read the text for exercise on the reading B. Answer true/false to the text in the form Exercise given statements of narrative Exercise according to the text about fairy tales Do the given exercises: and give corrections to in complete 1. Reading passage (Recount): a. Answer questions in sentences the false statements. sentences with at ‘My holiday’ b. True/False (40 points) least 65% c. Make correction for the false accuracy. Questions: statement 1. Robin is Batman • What was the narrator’s holiday Partner(T)2. State whether like? Discuss exercises given above each of A: The narrator’s holiday was full 2. Batman live in Goblin statements given of adventure. Submit exercises above City(F) Batman life in is true or false • How did the narrator spend his Gotham City based on the holiday? reading text in A: He went on a mountain trip Procedure (Coffee) the form of with his father. narrative about A. Answer the following fairy tales with at True/False questions based on the least 65% • The narrator fell off a tree. given texts in full accuracy. A: False sentences (60 points) • The narrator and his father stayed3. Make corrections at a cabin. 1. What do you have to do for the false A: True before you boil the statements based water? on the reading Make corrections for the false 2. When do you pour in text in the form statements the milk?
  • of narrative • The narrator fell off a tree. about fairy tales A: (F). The narrator didn’t fall off B. Answer true/false to the with at least 65% a tree, but he climbed it. given statements accuracy. according to the text and give corrections toProcedure Reading passage (Narrative): the false statements. ‘Snow White’ (40 points)1. State whether each of Questions: 1. Only use a boiled water statements given • Q: Why did the Queen hate Snow to make a hot coffee for is true or false White? the great taste.(T) based on the A: The Queen hated Snow White reading text in because Snow White was prettier 2. You can add a salt or the form of than her. pepper on your coffee. procedure about (F) You can add sugar cooking with at True/False or creamer on your least 65% • The Queen is the most beautiful coffee accuracy. woman in the world.(T/F) A: False2. Make corrections for the false Make corrections for the false statements based statements on the reading • The Queen is the most beautiful text in the form woman in the world. of procedure A: (F). Little Snow-White is the about cooking most beautiful woman in the with at least 65% world. accuracy. 1. Reading passage (Procedure): ‘How to make popcorn’ Review • Generic structure of recount, True/False narrative, and procedure • Do not cover the pan while Read the text for the evaluation heating the corn kernels. Discuss A: False submit • Make sure the popcorns are not
  • burnt. A: TrueSemester 1: Writing Standard of Basic Indicators Main Materials Learning Experience Evaluation Time SourceCompetence CompetenceTo convey To convey Students are able to: Warm Up Activity Warm Up Activity A. Make an outline of 4x60 Internet:meaning in meaning and • Questions about students’ first • Students are asked to ask either a recount, min www.daveseslcafshort rhetorical Recount day of high school. (Recount) each other about their first narrative or procedure e.comfunctional steps • Extracts from fairy tales e.g. She day of high school. (Recount) on the topics of yourtexts and accurately, 1. Make an outline took a bite of the juicy red apple, • Read extracts from fairy tales choice. (30 points) Books:simple fluently, and in the form of and fell into a deep sleep. A: and ask students to identify Just Rightessays in the suitably using recount about Snow White (Narrative) e.g. She took a bite of the B. Make an essay of your Intermediateform of a variety of past experiences • Pictures of food (Procedure) juicy red apple, and fell into a outline with at least 500recount, written with at least 65% deep sleep. A: Snow White words. (70 points)narrative, language in accuracy. (Narrative)and everyday • Show pictures of food toprocedure in context in the 2. Make an essay students and ask them howdaily life form of based on the each was made e.g. fried ricecontext. recount, outline about (Procedure) narrative, and past experiences procedure. with a minimum Theory Theory of 500 words with at least 65% • Explanation about: Discuss definition and generic accuracy. Recount- to inform about an event structure of recount, narrative, and to entertain procedure Narrative Narrative- to entertain Procedure- to give instructions to 1. Make an outline do something in the form of narrative about fairy tales with at • Generic structure: least 65% Recount- orientation, event,
  • accuracy. conclusion Narrative- introduction,2. Make a story complication, climax, falling based on the action, resolution outline about Procedure- aim, ingredients, fairy tales with a method minimum of 500 words with at Examples Examples least 65% Example of generic structure in the Example texts: accuracy. texts: • First Day of School • First Day of School (Recount) (Recount)Procedure • Sleeping Beauty (Narrative) • Sleeping Beauty (Narrative) • Making Fried Rice (Procedure) • Making Fried Rice1. Make an outline (Procedure) in the form of procedure on Discuss vocabulary, information, how to cook with generic structures, and how to at least 65% answer the questions in sentences accuracy. based on the example texts above2. Make a recipe Exercise based on the • Make an outline in the form of … Exercise outline about (recount, narrative, procedure) • Make an outline in the form cooking with a with your own topic of choice of … (recount, narrative, minimum of 500 • Make an/a… (essay, story, procedure) with your own words with at recipe) based on the outline you topic of choice least 65% have made • Make an/a… (essay, story, accuracy. recipe) based on the outline you have made Review • Generic structure of recount, narrative, and procedure