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Unit 1 semester 2 narrative text kelas 2 sma

  1. 1. Simpel dan Cepat “SPEC” KebumenModule PembelajaranNarrative Text SMAKelas11Semester 2Supported by Academic Pare KebumenMr. Aviv 2013
  2. 2. 2 Kata Pengantar Segala Puji bagi Alloh swt yang telah melimpahkan Rahmat dan karunianyasehinnga kita masih di beri kesempatan Untuk belajar dan mengembang kemampuankita dalam hal yang positif dan bermanfaat untuk orang lain. Solawat dan salam senantiasa kita Panjatkan Untuk Nabi besar Muhammad sawyang di hari akhir zaman kita nanti – nanti kan safa’atnya dan menuntun kita ke jalanyang benar. Amin Bahasa inggris merupakan salah satu pelajaran pokok yang di berikan di sekolah,baik SMP ataupun SMA. Mengigat pentingnya pelajaran Bahasa Inggris sebagai matapelajaran yang di berikan di sekolah saya rangkumkan beberapa soal semester 2 danmaterinya untuk kelas 11 SMA. Semoga soal – soal ini bermanfaat dan dapat di manfatkan sebaik – baiknya dansaya mohon ma’af jika ada bebrapa kesalahan dalam pengetikan naskah soal SMAsemester 2 ini. Kunjungi www.academicpare.blogspot.com untuk update bahasa inggrismaupun soal – soal. Author Mr. Aviv (SPEC and Academicpare kebumen )Daftar isi: 1. Kata pengantar 2. A. Listening a. Part 1 short talk b. Listening and Do exercises c. Listen and Rewrite the Story ( Private conversation ) 3. Reading Text 1. Narrative 2. Soal – Soal Pendalaman A. Reading section B. Grammar C. Conjunction and Prepositions D. Reading
  3. 3. 3A. ListeningPART I: Short talksDirections: You will hear some talks given by a single speaker. You will be asked toanswer three questions about what the speaker says in each talk. Select the bestresponse to each question and mark the letter A, B, C or DQuestions 1, 2 and 3 are based on this audio clip.Question 1: Where is this announcement being made? A) At a train station B) at a travel agents office C) At an airport D) At a coffee shopQuestion 2: What is the weather like in Hong Kong? A) It is foggy B) It is clear C) It is snowing lightly D) It is stormyQuestion 3: What time of day is this announcement being made? A) Morning B) Afternoon C) Evening D) Late evening
  4. 4. 4Questions 4, 5 and 6 are based on this audio clip.Question 4: What is the main purpose of this talk? A) To introduce speakers at a workshop B) To announce changes to a schedule C) To outline registration procedures D) To propose a new workshopQuestion 5: What does the speaker say about the workshops? A) There may be waiting lists for the workshops B) The workshops are free C) The registration forms will be mailed D) People should register early for the workshopsQuestion 6: Which workshop has been cancelled? A) Cooking for Health B) Exercise for Seniors C) Family Nutrition D) Children’s FitnessNote : for the Clip, you can visit www.academicpare.blogspot.comB. Listening and do exercisesDirections: there are two people, Nanju from India and Todd from USA, they are talkingabout Nanju’s favorite FruitListen carefully and do the following questions!1. What is Nanju’s Favorite color?a. It’s redb. it’s bluec. it’s blackd. it’s blur2. Where does Nanju stay now?a. Indiab. Americac. Japand. Australia3. Does Nanju like at raw mango?a. Yes
  5. 5. 5b. Noc. He doesn’t like mangod. all answers are wrong4. Where Nanju can get good mango?a. Japanb. Indiac. Australiad. Usa5. Does Nanju Like mango juice?a. He really likeb. he hates itc. Not reallyd. He like an apple better than mangoNote: For getting the Tran skip and Mp3, please visit www.academicpare.blogspot.comC. Listen the clip and Rewrite the Story with your own words! Private Conversation___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Note : Untuk mp3 nya bisa anda Download di www.academicpare.blogspot.comReading Text1. Narrative textNarrative text adalah suatu jenis text yang berisi tentang cerita atu dongeng danmengarah ke suatu persoalan dan berakhir dengan Penyelesain. Penyelesain bisa berupaHappy Ending ( bahagia ) ataupun Sad ending ( sedih )Kita bisa temukan jenis text ini di legend ( legenda), Fable ( cerita tentang hewan), myth (mitos), Folktale ( cerita rakyat), Fairy tale ( berlatar cerita tentang kerajaan atau duniaPeri).Agar kita bisa mengetahui dalam soal bahasanya jenis text yang kit abaca adalahNarrative, kita harus mengetahui cirri – cirri dari text ini.Generic structure ( cirri – cirri umum ) …………………………………………………………………………..…………………………………………………………………………………… Orientation
  6. 6. 6…………………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. Complication……………………………………………………………………………………. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. Resolution……………………………………………………………………………………a. OrientationPada bagian ini adanya pengenalan tokoh , waktu, dan tempat dalam ceritaOnce upon a time, there was a beautiful girl named Cinderella, she lives with her motherand two stepsisters.b. ComplicationPada bagian ini berisi tenang adanya suatu masalah atau konflik dalam suatu cerita.One day, Cinderella was invited to the ball but Her stepmother didn’t let her go.She must stay at home.c. ResolutionPada bagian ini berisi tentang pemecahan masalah dalam suatu ceritaFortunately, a fairy mother came and helped her to get the ball. Magically she couldchange a pumpkin into a fine a coach and mice into a coachman and two footmen.Ciri – cirri ketatabahasaan / language feature  Menggunakan Noun atau pronoun tertentu misalkan King, Princess, stepsisters  Mengguankan temporal conjunction missal some day, long time ago  Menggunakan tenses simple past ( S + V2 )Tujuan dari text Narative adalah untuk menghibur pembaca/ to entertain the readerContoh Narrative text Once upon a time there was a prince who wanted to marry a princess; but she would have to be a real princess. He traveled all over the world to find one, but nowhere could he get what he wanted. There were princesses enough, but it was difficult to find out whether they were real ones. There was always something about them that was not as it should be. So he came home again and was sad, for he would have liked very much to have a real princess. One evening a terrible storm came on; there was thunder and lightning, and the rain poured down in torrents. Suddenly a knocking was heard at the city gate, and the old king went to open it. It was a princess standing out there in front of the gate. But, good gracious! What a sight the rain and the wind had made her look. The water ran down from her hair and clothes; it ran down into the toes of her shoes and out again at the heels. And yet she said that she was a real princess. “Well, we’ll soon find that out,” thought the old queen. But she said nothing, went into the bed-room, took all the bedding off the bedstead, and laid a pea on the bottom; then she took twenty mattresses and laid them on the pea, and then
  7. 7. 7 twenty eider-down beds on top of the mattresses. On this the princess had to lie all night. In the morning she was asked how she had slept. “Oh, very badly!” said she. “I have scarcely closed my eyes all night. Heaven only knows what was in the bed, but I was lying on something hard, so that I am black and blue all over my body. It’s horrible!” Now they knew that she was a real princess because she had felt the pea right through the twenty mattresses and the twenty eider-down beds. Nobody but a real princess could be as sensitive as that. So the prince took her for his wife, for now he knew that he had a real princess; and the pea was put in the museum, where it may still be seen, if no one has stolen it. There, that is a true story.1. What way did the old king use to know that someone is the real princess? A. By laying the prince on the twenty mattresses. B. By laying the pea on the mattresses. C. By asking the prince to meet the princess. D. By running down the water from the hair to her toes. E. By laying the pea under the mattresses.2. What happened when the princess got up in the morning? A. She felt pain on her body. B. She felt fresh and enthusiastic. C. She felt peace because she had slept all night. D. She felt ashamed to the old king. E. She felt happy meeting the prince.3. Why was the pea put in the museum? A. Because the pea is very valuable. B. Because the pea is unique. C. Because the pea is very beautiful. D. Because the pea is fragrant. E. Because the pea is only one in the world.4. “I have scarcely closed my eyes all night.” Which one has the same meaning with the underlined word? A. Easily B. Interestingly C. Hardly D. Bravely E. Fearfully5. The organizations of the text above are …… A. Orientation, Events, Reorientation B. Goal, Materials, Steps C. General statement, Explanations, Closing D. Orientation, Complication, Resolution E. Abstract, orientation, crisis, reaction, coda3.Soal – Soal PendalamanA. READING SECTION BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Once upon a time, there was a girl named Beauty. She lived with her father andher sisters in a small village. She was a beautiful girl. She was also hard working.One day her father set out for the city and saw an old castle with beautiful roses in it. Hepicked them, but suddenly an angry beast appeared. He wanted to kill him unlessBeauty brought to him.
  8. 8. 8 Then Beautys father went home and told what happened to his daughters. Thedaughters ordered Beauty to see The Beast. Beauty went to see The Beast and had to stay at the castle. She felt scared, lonelyand sad, but The Beast treated her well. It caused her began to like him.One day Beauty could see that her father was sick from The Beasts magic mirror. TheBeast allowed her to go home to see her father. Her father was happy to see her beloveddaughter. One day Beauty had a dream. A fairly told her that The Beast was seriously sick.Beauty hurried back to the castle and saw that The Beast was dying. She began to cry.Tears fell in to The Beast. Suddenly The Beast changed in to a handsome Prince. Finally Beauty and The Beast got married and lived happily every after.Questions: 1. Find the character of the story! ___________________________________ 2. What problem is by the beauty? ___________________________________ 3. What did really she do about this problem? ___________________________________ 4. What can you learn from the story? ___________________________________ 5. How did the story end? ___________________________________Read the following textThe questions from 1 to 4 Once upon a time, a hawk fell in love with hen. The hawk flew down from the sky and asked hen, “Won’t you marry me?” The hen loved the brave, strong hawk and wished to marry him. But she said, “I cannot fly as high as you can. If you give me a time, I may learn to fly as high as you. Then we can fly together.” The hawk agreed. Before he went away, he gave hen a ring. “This is to show that you have promised to marry me,” said the hawk. So it happened that the hen had already promised to marry a rooster. So, when the rooster saw the ring, he became very angry. “Throw that ring away at once! Didn’t you tell me the hawk that you’d already promised to marry me?” shouted the rooster. The hen was so frightened at the rooster’s anger that she threw away the ring immediately.
  9. 9. 9 When the hawk came the next day, the hen told him the truth. The hawk was so furious that he cursed the hen. “Why didn’t you tell me the earlier? Now, you’ll always be scratching the earth, and I’ll always be flying above you to catch your children,” said the hawk. The curse seems to have come true. Taken from: UAN D4-P11-2005/20061. The organizations of the text above are E. He cursed the hen. ……… 3. What can we conclude from the text A. Orientation, Events, Reorientation. above? B. Goal, Materials, Steps. A. The hawk is very kind. C. General statement, Explanations, B. The hen is a liar. Closing. C. The rooster is fear. D. Orientation, Complication, D. The hen is very beautiful. Resolution. E. The hawk is patient. E. Thesis, Arguments, Re-iteration. 4. What did the hawk do to make the2. What happened after the hawk knew hen keep her promise? the truth? A. The hawk helped the hen to fly. A. He still loved the hen. B. The hawk agreed the hen B. He came to the rooster to take the requirement. hen. C. The hawk came to the rooster. C. He flew the hen away. D. The hawk gave a ring to the hen. D. He hit the hen. E. The hawk gave a nest to the hen.Text 2 (No. 5 – 8) One morning, one of the Witch’s friends came over to visit. When she looked around the room, she said, “Your house is ugly. My house is more beautiful than yours, and the walls are brighter.” The Witch was very angry when she heard this and she shouted, Get out of my house! And don’t ever come back here.” After her friend left, the Witch looked around her house and she said to herself, “My friend was right. My house looks ugly and the paint is faded. I have to repaint it.” Then she went to the shop and bought a can of paint. After lunch, she started to paint, and she worked very carefully. In the afternoon she finished the lower part of the house. When she wanted to start painting the upper part, she found out that she couldn’t reach it. Then she got an idea. “I will use my magic broom!” she shouted, “Broom, oh my broom, turn into a paint brush and paint my walls!” Suddenly the broom turned into a paint brush and it started to paint the upper walls. It worked very fast, and in ten minutes the job was done. The Witch was very happy. Taken from: English Text in Use X5. What is the resolution of the story above? A. The Witch was very angry when she heard this and she shouted. B. She went to the shop and bought a can of paint. C. She started to paint, and she worked very carefully.
  10. 10. 10 D. The broom turned into a paint brush and it started to paint the upper walls. E. The Witch was very happy.6. What moral can we get from the story? A. We must be angry if someone criticizes our house. B. We must paint our house brighter. C. We sometimes need criticism to make something better. D. We can use magic power to do something. E. We must be happy.7. What did the witch do after her friend criticized her house? A. She expelled her friend. B. She was very happy and thanked for her. C. She used the magic broom to hit her friend. D. She bought a can of paint. E. She went to the paint shop.8. The following is not the organizations of the text …… A. Complication B. Resolution C. Re-orientation D. Orientation E. Re-iterationB. GRAMMARVerb Tense ExerciseSimple Past / Present PerfectUsing the words in parentheses, complete the text below with the appropriate tenses!!1. A: did you like the movie “Stars wars?” B: I don’t know. I (see, never) …………………. That Movie.2. Sam……………………… (arrive ) in Jakarta two days ago.3. My best friend and I (know)…………….. Each other for over fifteen years. We still gettogether once a week.4. Stinson is a fantastic writer. He (write)……………………… ten very creative shortstories in the last year. One day, hell be as famous as Hemingway.5. I (have, not)……………………………. this much fun since I (be)…………………… a kid.Fill in the Past Formmeetfeelgivedrivetellwinhearmakewritebegin
  11. 11. 11breakdrawthrowstandsendburnsingspillPresent perfect or past1. I……………in Seattle for five years. (live)2. Someone……………….my bike! Now Ill have to walk home. (steal)3. When Bob was young he…………..in London. (live)4. I would like to visit Berlin sometime. Unfortunately, I…………… there. (never be)5. Jim…………….to Scotland last year. (go)6. Im afraid Im not hungry any more. I…………. (Already eat)7. They dont live here anymore. They …………….. two years ago. (Leave)8. Are……………reading the newspaper yet? (you finish)9. We…………….football yesterday afternoon. (Play)10. The weather………………. very good last week. (not be)C. Conjunction and prepositions Although / in spite of / despiteDefinitionConjunction atau kata penghubung adalah kata-kata yang menggabungkan dua halatau lebih – yakni kata penghubung ini menghubungkan kalimat-kalimat dan bagian-bagian dari sebuah kalimat.Although , in spite of and despite mempunyai makna yang sama yaitumeskipun/walaupun, tetapi dalam penggunannya berbeda.1. AlthoughConjunction ini bermakn pertentangan.Polanya setelah although di ikuti oleh S + VSebenarnya although adalah conjunction yang di gunakan di adverbial clauseContoh:Although it was cold, I went to swim ( meskipun sekarang hawanya dingin, saya tetappergi berenang)Note: s + verb yang saya garis bawaih, conjunction bisa berada di depan dan harusmemunculkan tanda (koma) atauI went to swim although it was cold
  12. 12. 12 Although I’m annoyed, I try to think positively. (Meskipun saya terganggu, saya mencoba untuk berpikir positif.) 2. Despite, in spite of Despite and in spite of termasuk Preposisi dan syarat setelah preposisi di ikuti oleh Noun ( kata benda ) ataupun diikuti oleh Noun phrase. Tidak di ikuti oleh S + V Contoh: I went swimming, despite/in spite of the cold water ( noun phrase) ( saya pergi berenang meskipun airnya dingin. Complete the sentences with although / in spite of / because / because of.1. (_______________) the history of the United States is not long, it is interesting.2. (_______________) it was cloudy, the photos came out fine.3. (_______________) John is only seventeen, he has entered college.4. People are going to the movie again (___________________) the high prices.5. (_______________) he had a good night’s sleep, he felt tired.6. (_______________) his poor English, he managed to communicate his problem very clearly.7. Tuition fees were increased (_________________) many objections from students.8. (_______________) Mary had lived in New York all her life, she had never visited the Statue of Liberty..
  13. 13. 13ReadingRead the passage carefully, and answer the question A Miraculous Tree Once upon a time, there was a hawker who sold mangoes. Every morning, hesold them along the roadside near the bog market. His mangoes were big, juicy, sweetand fragrant. Although he sold them at a high price, a lot of people bought from him.Eventually, he grew very haughty and conceited as his sales picked up. One Sunday morning, an hold dirty beggar wearing scruffy and smelly clothingstood in front of the mango stall. He begged the hawker for one mango. The beggarsaid politely, “Sir, I have not eaten a mango since I was ten. Can you please spare mejust one fruit?” the proud hawker didn’t even give him a wink but continued to shout,“Mangoes! Mangoes!”. As the beggar stood right in front of his stall, other people hadto move (further) away from the stall to avoid the beggar, and that affected thehawker’s business. Finally, the hawker got very angry and pushed the beggar away. In doing so, theold beggar tripped and slipped on a puddle of dirty water. A housewife who saw theincident felt sorry for the beggar and gave him a mango. The beggar was very touchedand kept on saying. “Thank you” over and over again. He told the crowd that he wasgoing to share the mango with them. He borrowed a knife from the butcher a few stallaway, cut the mango in to smaller pieces and shared them with the people there. As for the big mango seed, the beggar dug a hole in the ground and buried theseed. Then, he asked the young butcher to give him some water to water the seed.After that, the beggar uttered some words. To everyone’s surprise, a small sprout shotup and rapidly grew into a mature mango tree bearing big, sweet, juicy and fragrantmangoes all over the tree. The beggar then plucked the fruit and gave them away tothe people. The arrogant hawker left his own stall and joined the crowd to watch thebeggar performing this miracle. After all the mangoes were given away to the people, the beggar walked into thecrowd and disappeared. The proud hawker walked back to his stall and screamed, “Who stole all my mangoes?”. Finally, he realized that all the mangoes growing on thattree actually belonged to him. The beggar, who was actually a high priest, had wantedto teach him a lesson. From that day onwards, this once haughty and conceitedhawker became a humble and charitable person. 1. Why did people still buy mangoes from the hawker despite his high price? a. Because his fruits were the best b. Because his fruits were healthy c. Because his fruits were big, sweet, juicy and fragrant. d. Because his fruits were fresh e. Because his fruits were famous 2. What happened to the hawker when more and more people started to buy mangoes from him? a. He grew humble and courteous b. He grew haughty and conceited c. He grew lazy and careless
  14. 14. 14 d. He grew loving and adorable e. He grew tough and unfriendly3. Whom did the hawker meet at the market on one Sunday morning? a. He met an exceptional large crowd b. He met a butcher c. He met a fishmonger d. He met a beggar e. He met a magician4. What did the beggar tell the hawker? a. He asked the hawker to sell a mango to him b. He asked the hawker to exchange a mango for two apples c. He told the hawker that his mangoes were too expensive. d. He told the hawker not to shout too loud e. He told the hawker that he had not eaten a mango since he was ten and asked him for one5. Did the hawker give the beggar a mango? a. Yes, he gave him one b. Yes, he gave him one rotten mango c. No, he didn’t d. No, he wanted to give, but the beggar was too choosy e. No, he wanted to but changed his mind when he saw the beggar was wearing a gold watch.6. How did the people react when the beggar stood in front of the stall? a. They avoided the stall b. They stood around the stall c. They moved away from the stall to avoid the beggar d. They pushed the beggar away e. They scolded the beggar for blocking their way7. Who gave the beggar a mango? Why? a. A man gave a mango for the beggar because the man didn’t like the mango. b. A housewife gave the beggar a mango because she felt sorry for him. c. A child gave the beggar a mango because he pitied him d. The butcher gave the beggar a mango because the mango was too sweet. e. The hawker gave the beggar a mango to make him go away8. What did the beggar do with the mango? a. He ate it. b. He ate half and gave the other half to the people. c. He cut it into smaller pieces, shared them with the people and buried the seed in the ground. d. He ate the seed and gave the flesh to the people e. He dug a hole and buried the mango in the ground.
  15. 15. 15 9. The beggar uttered some words, then __________ a. Some mangoes began to appear in his hands. b. A sprout appeared followed by a tree and then the mangoes. c. The ground opened up with full of mangoes in the pit d. Mangoes started to fall from the sky e. The hawker’s mangoes disappeared. 10. What is the moral of the story? a. It tells us to be careful with beggars. b. It tells us to respect the beggars c. It tells us not to be a hawker d. It tells us to be humble and charitable e. It tells us to share mangoes with other people.AdverbUnderlined the adverb in the following sentences. Put a tick (‘’) in the correct column toshow what kind of adverb it is. Sentences Place Manner Time1 The beggar walked slowly2 Soon the beggar disappeared into the crowd3 The beggar tripped and accidentally slipped on a puddle of dirty water4 The hawker was at the market early in the morning5 The hawker’s stall was placed outside6 By the time he realized he lost all his mangoes, the beggar had already left the market.7 The beggar was dressed shabbily.8 The beggar stood stubbornly in front of the stall.9 It is clearly stated in the text that the beggar was not an ordinary beggar10 When the hawker discovered the missing mangoes, it was already too late Cloze Passage Fill in the blanks with the suitable words provided in the box. The Greedy Man Orientation Greedy few rich whole A long time ago in a remote village in India there lived a very ( 1 ) _____________man. This rich man was clever but (2) ____________ . He was known to be the greediest
  16. 16. 16man in the (3) ____________ village. Because of his unpleasant (4) _____________ , hehad only (5) a __________ friends.Complication Cheated challenge alone immediately sold Outwitted examined selfish greed people Large small whispered double move Wrote high bars overheard stones One Sunday morning, he went to a restaurant (6) _________ to have abreakfast. While having his breakfast, he (7) ___________ someone at the next table.That man (8) _________ , “There is a man who wants to dispose of a (9) ___________quantity of gold bars for only half price.” This greedy man (10) _____________ down theaddress secretly and (11) _____________ visited the seller. The greedy man was clever.He bought only one (12) __________ gold bar and sent it to a goldsmith for verification.The goldsmith confirmed, “ It is a (13) ______________ quality gold bar, and I offer you(14) ___________ the price you paid.” Blinded by (15) _______________ , he returned to the seller to buy (16)_____________ gold bars. This time he met those (17) ___________ whom he saw at therestaurant. They also wanted to buy the gold bars. This greedy man became (18) andtold the seller, “ I want to buy all your gold bars, and I will pay you 30% more thanthey have paid you. “ Since other buyers didn’t (19) ___________ his offer theseller(20)_____________ all the gold bars to the greedy man. He was very happybecause he (21) _____________ his competitors. Soon after that, the greedy man sentall the purported gold (22) _____________ to the goldsmith for disposal. The goldsmith(23) __________ the gold bars again and told the man, “ you were (24)__________________ . Unlike the earlier one, all these bars there are worthless (25)___________ that were painted gold.”Resolution Restaurant found hours cheated greedy He quickly went over to the seller’s shop, but he (26) ______________ it wasempty. He met the landlord who said, “ My tenant moved out a few (27) ___________before you arrived.” The (28) ____________ man now realized he had been (29)_______________ by the people he met at the (30)_________ . Visit www.academicpare.blogspot.com
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