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  1. 1. Appendix 1 STUDENTS LIST N o Name Students Code 1 Alvia Zumaroh A -1 2 Atik Maf'udah A -2 3 Devi Hariyati A -3 4 Dewi Nurmaningsih A- 4 5 Dian Novita Sari A -5 6 Durrotun Nasyihah A -6 7 Endah Safitri A -7 8 Erlin Nihayatin Mufidah A- 8 9 Erna Suciati A -9 10 Erni Kiswati A-10 11 Faizzatul Iqlimah A -11 12 Fetty Rahmawati Azizah A -12 13 Fitri Andriani A- 13 14 Ida Ayu Safitri A -14 15 Imas Itauz Zakah A -15 16 Indah Purnama Sari A -16 17 Khoirin Nida A- 17 18 Kurniatuz Zahroh A- 18 19 Kufatin Ni'mah A -19 20 Laila Fitriyani A -20 21 Latifatul Inayah A- 21 22 Mariyati A-22 23 Nona Nurlita A -23 24 Novi Yulianti A -24 25 Nur Hidayatun Ni'mah A -25 26 Nur Kholifah A- 26 27 Nurul Izatin A -27 28 Nurul Wachidah A -28 29 Puji Endah Winarti A -29 30 Puji Lestari A A- 30 31 Puji Lestari B A- 31 32 Siti Mudrikah A -32 33 Sri Rahayu A -33 34 Titik Nur Hayati A -34 35 Tri Poncowati A- 35 36 Umi Azizah A -36 37 Ulqinatin Azizah A 37 38 Vivi Qurrotul A'yuni A -38 39 Wiwit Dwi Aftika A- 39
  2. 2. 40 Yona Gravita Sari A-40 Appendix 2 RESEARCH JOURNAL IN CLASSROOM ACTION RESEARCH Teacher : Tri Wahyuni, S.Pd. Researcher : Choirun Nafi’ah Class : VIII B of MTs I’anatut Thalibin Pati N o Activities Date 1. Preliminary visit (Meet the administration officer ) 12th April 2009 2. Contact the Headmaster 13th April 2009 3. Meet the English teacher to ask data of students’ as participant. 14th April 2009 4. Meet the headmaster to give research permission letter 15th April 2009 5. Meet the English teacher to make sure the start of the research 16th April 2009 6. Do to the research (pre-test) 19th April 2009 7. Firs cycle 21st April 2009 8. Evaluation cycle I 26th April 2009 9. Second cycle 28th April 2009 1 0. Evaluation cycle II 3rd May 2009 1 1. Third cycle 5th May 2009 1 2. Evaluation cycle III 10th May 2009 1 3. Post Test 12th May 2009 1 4. Give the whole result to teacher and do interview 13th May 2009
  3. 3. Appendix 3 OBSERVATION SCHEME IN 1st CYCLE N o. activities All stud ents Mos t of stud ents Half of the stud ents M an y stu de nts Few stud ents n o n e 1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 Students’ concern toward teacher’s explanation Students’ are active in understanding the material Students are enthusiastic to find the meaning of difficult words. Students’ enthusiasm in teaching learning process Students’ are active in discussion in group Students’ are active to present the material Students’ enjoy in doing evaluation V V V V V V V Explanation: Most of students : 70-100%
  4. 4. Half of the class : 50-70% Many students : 20-50% Few Students : < 20 % None : 0% Appendix 4 OBSERVATION SCHEME IN 2nd CYCLE N o. activities All stud ents Mos t of stud ents Half of the stud ents M an y stu de nts Few stud ents n o n e 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Students’ concern toward teacher’s explanation Students’ are active in understanding the material Students are enthusiastic to find the meaning of difficult words. Students’ enthusiasm in teaching learning Students’ are active in discussion in group Students’ are active to present the material Students’ enjoy in doing evaluation V V V V V V V Explanation:
  5. 5. All Students : 100% Most of students : 70-100% Many students : 20-50% Few Students : < 20 % None : 0% Appendix 5 OBSERVATION SCHEME IN 3rd CYCLE N o. activities All stud ents Mos t of stud ents Half of the stud ents M an y stu de nts Few stud ents n o n e 1. 2 3 4 5 6 7 . Students’ concern toward teacher’s explanation Students’ are active in understanding the material Students are enthusiastic to find the meaning of difficult words.. Students’ enthusiasm in teaching learning Students’ are active in discussion in group Students’ are active to present the material Students’ enjoy in doing evaluation V V V V V V V
  6. 6. Explanation: All Students : 100% Most of students : 70-100% Half of the class : 50-70% Many students : 20-50% Few Students : < 20 % Appendix 6 EVALUATION PRE CYCLE Class / Semester : VIII / II Material : Text Narrative The Golden Eggs Long time ago in a remote village, in central China, was inhabited mainly with farmers and haunters. One day, a poor farmer lost his entire livestock to flood. He prayed hard to God, for help or his family would die of starvation. Few days later, and old man, with long grey beard, passed by his house and took pity on him. He gave him a goose and said, “I don’t have any expensive thing to give you and hope this goose win help you ease your hardship”. A week later to his greatest surprise the farmer found an egg in his yard. This was not ordinary egg. It was a golden egg. He was overjoyed to this miracle. Thereafter, the livelihood had rapidly improved but the farmer had forgotten his earlier hardship. He became lazy, arrogant and spendthrift. Strangely, the goose only laid one golden egg every six months. The greedy farmer lost his patience and slaughtered his goose thinking there were plenty of golden eggs inside its stomach. Though he very much regretted for his foolishness but it’s already too late finally, the greedy farmer went back to his poor life. Source from: English Gurita Worksheets VIII B Junior High School 1. The text classified as a …. a. fable c. folktale b. myth d. legend 2. What is the purpose of the text? a. To tell past events b. To tell how do something step by step c. To entertain the readers
  7. 7. d. To describe a person or a place 3. What happened to the farmer’s livestock? a. They were all eaten by predator b. They were all slaughtered c. They were all died in a long draught d. They were all killed by flood 4. Who gave the goose to the farmer? a. His neighbour did c. A fairy did b. The God did d. The flood did 5. What did the story teach us? a. It taught us not be lazy and arrogant b. It taught us to pray to God for help c. It taught us to be a good farmer d. It taught us not to be greedy in our life 6. “He became lazy, arrogant and spendthrift.” (paragraph 5) The word “spendthrift” means …. a. a person who wastes time b. a person who wastes money c. a person who spends much time d. a person who is lazy to work Snow White Once upon a time there lived a little girl named Snow White. She lived with her aunt and uncle because her parents were dead. One day she heard her uncle and aunt talking about leaving Snow White in the castle because they both wanted to go to America and they didn’t have enough money to take Snow White. Snow White did not want her uncle and aunt to do this, so the decided it would be best if she ran away. The next morning she ran away from home when her aunt and uncle were having breakfast. She ran away into the woods. Then she saw this little cottage, she knocked but no one answered so she went inside and fell asleep. Meanwhile, the seven dwarfs were coming home from work. They went inside there they found Snow White sleeping, then Snow White woke up. She saw the dwarfs. The dwarfs said, “What is your name?” Snow White said, “My name is Snow White”.
  8. 8. Doc, one of the dwarfs, said, “If you wish, you may live here with us.” Snow White said, “Oh could i? Thank you.” Then Snow White told the dwarfs the whole story and Snow White and the seven dwarfs happily ever after. Source from: English Gurita Worksheets VIII B Junior High School 7. The text is categorized as a/an …. a. legend c. fairytale b. folktale d. fable 8. What is the type of the text? a. Descriptive c. Narrative b. Recount d. Procedure 9. Why did Snow White live with her aunt and uncle? a. Because her parents had went to America. b. Because her parents had passed away. c. She didn’t like living with her parents. d. She didn’t want her uncle to go to America. 10. What is the type of the text? a. Recount c. Narrative b. Descriptive d. Procedure 11. What is the purpose of the text? a. To entertain the readers b. To describe a person or a place c. To tell past events d. To tell how do something step by step 12. When did Snow White run into the words? a. When her aunt and uncle left for America b. When her aunt and uncle were having breakfast c. When her aunt and uncle were going out d. When she was tired and hungry The Deer and The Crocodile One day, a deer found a crocodile stuck in a quicksand. The crocodile could not even move an inch. The deer decided to help the crocodile. With all its strength, the deer pulled the crocodile out of the quicksand. As soon as the crocodile was out, it opened its mouth wide to eat the deer. “Wait!” shouted the deer, “I saved you. How can you eat me? It is not fair.” “I am so hungry. I have to eat you now,” said the crocodile.
  9. 9. While they were talking, a fox walked passed and heard their conversation. He approached the two animals and said, “Let me be the judge. Why don’t you two show me exactly how the incident took place so that I can make a fair judgment?” The crocodile jumped back into the quicksand and said, “This was where the deer helped me up.” The fox said to the deer, “Look at this ungrateful crocodile. Now, let’s just leave him here!” Then soon after saying goodbye to the crocodile, the fox and the deer left happily, leaving the foolish crocodile stuck in the mud. Source from: English Gurita Worksheets VIII B Junior High School 13. What is the type of the text? a. Descriptive c. Narrative b. Recount d. Procedure 14. What is the purpose of the text? a. To tell past events b. To tell how do something step by step c. To entertain the readers d. To describe a person or a place 15. The text above is classified as a …. a. folktale c. legend b. fairytale d. fable 16. How was the characteristic of the crocodile? a. clever c. wise b. stupid d. cunning 17. What was the fox’s ide to solve the problem? a. He asked the crocodile to leave the hungry crocodile at once b. He demonstrated the chronology himself and asked for the judgment c. He asked both the deer and the crocodile to forgive each other d. He asked both the deer and the crocodile to demonstrate the chronology 18. “Leaving the foolish crocodile stuck in the mud.” (the last paragraph) The underlined word means …. a. lazy c. stupid b. hungry d. bad 19. The following statement is correct according to the text, except …. a. The deer and the fox left hungry crocodile alone b. The crocodile was clever enough that he could not be cheated c. The fox was clever so he could solve the problem d. The deer was a kind animal and fond of helping others
  10. 10. 20. The moral lesson of the story is …. a. Never trust someone who says he is sick b. Don’t believe everything people tell you c. If we help someone, we will get the help from others d. If you want something you must do it by yours Appendix 7 EVALUATION CYCLE I Class / Semester : VIII / II Material : Text Narrative Read the text carefully! MOUNT KINABALU Long ago on the top of Mount Kinabalu in Borneo, there lived a dragon. He owned a large and beautiful pearl. People believed that he controlled the weather with it. The emperor of china heard this and wanted the pearl. He sent his two sons, Wee Ping and Wee San to Borneo to steal it. The princes together with one hundred soldiers, set sail for Borneo in twelve sailing junks. When they arrived in Borneo, they set out immediately to find the most mountains. Their journey up the rugged slopes of Mount Kinabalu proved very difficult. The dragon guarded his cave very fiercely and killed many of their soldiers. Then Wee San had a clever idea. He climbed a tall tree, so he could see the dragon’s cave. He noted what time the dragon left his cave to hunt for food and what time he returned to it. Next he ordered his men to make a fake pearl and a large kite. He waited until the dragon left his cave. Then he placed the fake pearl in a bag, slung it across his shoulder and flew up to the mountain top on the kite. He exchanged the real pearl for the fake one and then his brother pulled his kite back to the ground. The brothers quickly returned to their ships and set sail for china. They sailed safety home. The emperor was thrilled with the pearl and gave a big party to celebrate his son’s return. Adapted from kumpulan soal-soal bahasa inggris kelas VIII SMP/MTs
  11. 11. Choose the correct answers by crossing a, b, c, or d! 1. The dragon controlled the weather with the.……. a. ships c. cave b. pearl d. tree 2. Wee Ping and Wee San were the………..of the emperor of china. a. Princess c. Soldier b. King d. Prince 3. The emperor told them to ………..the dragon’s pearl. a. take c. Steal b. exchange d. Hut 4. The dragon lived in a ……….on the top of mount Kinabalu. a. tent c. Cave b. villa d. Mount 5. Who is held a party to celebrate his son’s return ? a. soldiers c. Wee Ping and Wee San b. princess d. Emperor 6. Wee san told his men to make a …………and a ……..to trick the dragon. a. a large kite and pearl c. a real pearl and a fake pearl b. a fake pearl and a weather d. a fake pearl and a large kite 7. The complication of the text is found in …….. a. paragraph 4 and 5 c. Paragraph 2 and 3 b. paragraph 1 and 2 d. All the paragraph 8. What kind of text is it? It is a …….. Text a. narrative c. Recount b. procedure d. Report 9. When they arrived in Borneo, they set out immediately to find the famous Mountain. The underlined words refer to…….. a. Wee Ping and Wee San c. the emperor and the princess b. the princess and 100 soldiers. d. the emperor and 100 soldiers 10. ……….then his brother pulled his kite back to the ground. The antonym of the underlined word is ……. a. moved c. Pushed b. crushed d. Opened
  12. 12. A FISHERMAN AND A FISH A long time ago, there lived a fisherman. One day he had been fishing all day, but he did not catch anything. In the evening, he caught a very small fish. The fish said, “Please don’t eat me. Please, I am too small to make you a good dinner. Please, throw me back to the water. Later, when I grow bigger, you come back and catch me again.” “No” said the fisherman. “I am to keep you. If you get back into the water, you will take very good care, and you will never come near me again.” Then the fisherman put the poor little fish and his pond at the backyard. When the fish grew bigger, it becomes a good friend of the fisherman. He never wanted to eat the fish. Adapted from kumpulan soal bahasa inggris kelas VIII smp/mts 11. What is the purpose of the text? a. To tell how to do something step by step b. To entertain the readers c. To tell past events d. To describe a person or place 12. Below is what the fish asked the fisherman to do, except……. a. not to eat him b. to throw him back to the water c. to come back and catch him again when he grew bigger d. to make him a good dinner e. 13. What did the fisherman do to the fish? a. He took care of the fish b. He ate him c. He sold him d. He gave him to another person 14. What happened between the fisherman and the fish at last ……. a. the fisherman eat the fish b. the fisherman became a good friend with him c. the fish made a good house for the fisherman d. the fish gave the fisherman everything he wanted THE FOX AND THE CAT One day a fox was bragging to a cat. “I am so smart. I know a lot of tricks. I know a hundred different ways to escape from my enemies.” “That’s wonderful! “said the cat.” I only know one trick. Can you teach me some of yours?” “Well, maybe,” said the fox.
  13. 13. At the moment they heard a pack of wild dogs running toward them. The cat ran up a tree and disappeared. “This is the trick I told you about,” said the cat. ”it’s my only one. Which trick are you going to use?” The fox sat there trying to decide which trick to use. He thought a long time. Then he decided to run. But it was too late. The wild dogs got there before he could run away and ate him up. Adapted from English for junior high school VIII SMP/MTs 15. One day a fox was bragging to a cat. “I’m so smart. I know a lot of tricks. I know a hundred different ways to escape from my enemies.” The word “bragging” in the text may mean……… a. mengejar c. mengobrol b. menyombongkan diri d. Bercerita 16. The enemy in the story is…….. a. The dog c. The trick b. The cat d. The fox 17. How did the cat save itself from the dogs? a. It used one of the tricks it had. c. It needed long time to do it. b. It used the only one trick it had. d. The fox helped THE FARMER AND THE BEET Once upon a time, a farmer planted a beet. The beet grew and grew. One day, the farmer pulled on the beet, but the beet did not come up. “Horse, please help me pull up this beet. I want to eat it for dinner.” said the farmer. “Sure, I’ll help you, “said the horse. But the beet did not come up. Then the farmer went to the cow. “Dear Cow, please help me pull up this beet. I want to eat it for dinner, “said the farmer. “Sure, I’ll help, “said the cow.” But the beet did not come up. So, the farmer went to a goat. “My lovely goat, please help me pull up this beet. I want to eat it for dinner, “said the farmer”. “Sure, I’ll help,” said the goat. But the beet did not come up. Next, the farmer went to the cat. “Oh my dear cat, please help me pull up this beet. I want to eat it for dinner, “said the farmer”. “Sure, I’ll help,” said the cat. But again the beet did not come up. So the farmer went to the mouse. “Lovely mouse, please help me pull up this beet,” said the farmer. “Sure, I’ll help,” said the mouse. So, the mouse pulled on the cat. The cat pulled on the goat, and the goat pulled on the cow. The cow pulled of the horse, the horse pulled on the farmer, and the farmer pulled on the beet. And the beet comes up! “Thank you cow, thank you goat, thank you cat, and thank you mouse!” said the farmer. “Now we can all eat dinner”. And they did. Adapted from kumpulan soal bahasa inggris kelas VIII smp/mts
  14. 14. 18. What is the type of text? a. Report c. Narrative b. Recount d. Descriptive 19. How many animals did the farmer ask for help? c. Three c. Five d. Four d. Six 20. Why the farmer wanted to pull up the beet? Because……. a. he wanted to planted the beet b. he needed some help c. the beet did not come up d. he wanted it for dinner Appendix 8 EVALUATION CYCLE II Class / Semester : VIII / II Material : Text Narrative Read the text carefully! BATARA KALA It is good to know some of the folktales that our country has. Here is one of the legends that are commonly told in java. People in some villages in Java believe that an eclipse happens when the sun or the moon is swallowed by Batara Kala, the evil giant. Although Batara Kala is not one of the gods in heaven, he is very powerful. One day Batara Wisnu (god the protector) distributed the Tirta Amerta Sari or the drink of the gods. Anyone who drank it would never die. Batara Kala wanted to have some, too, so he tried to cheat by changing himself to form of a god. Batara Surya (the sun god) and Batari Chandra (the moon goddess), however, knew of this trick and told Batara Wisnu about it. When Batara Kala’s turn came to receive the drink, Batara Wisnu shot him from a distance with his famous weapon, the chakra and it cut his head off. Some of drink, however, soiled over Batara Kala’s head, and this made his head live forever. From then on, Batara Kala continued to live without his body. Batara Kala was very angry with Batara Surya and Batari Chandra and tried to swallow them, but the god and the goddess escaped. Batara Kala got angrier and from that time on he never stopped chasing them, Batara Wisnu wanted to protect the gods and goddesses. He ordered the people on earth to make a lot of noise whenever there was on eclipse. The noise would help Batara Surya and Batari Chandra to escape from Batara Kala’s throat.
  15. 15. To this day people beat objects like rice grinders when they see an eclipse. They stay in their houses pregnant women are told to hide under their beds in order top avoid Batara Kala’s anger. Adapted from kumpulan soal bahasa inggris kelas VIII smp/mts Choose the correct answer by crossing a, b, c or d! 1. Look at the first sentence. The meaning of this sentence is related to….. a. culture c. folklores b. legends d. country 2. Tirta Amerta Sari is some kind of a…….. a. drink c. power b. trick d. weapon 3. The chakra is Batara Wisnu’s……… a. drink c. eclipse b. anger d. weapon 4. Batara Kala is……. a. the protector god c. an evil giant b. noise maker d. the earth god 5. It seems that Batara Wisnu shot Batara Kala on the……. a. throat c. head b. body d. stomach 6. Batara Wisnu did all the following, except…….. a. protect the gods and goddesses b. give out the drink of live c. cut off Batara Kala’s head d. beat objects 7. It seems that Batara Kala is afraid of……… a. the gods c. the goddesses b. noises d. objects 8. Look at the last paragraph. The word they refer to……… a. god and goddesses c. pregnant woman b. rice grinders d. people 9. If there is an eclipse……… Pregnant women may do all the following, except…… a. stay in the house c. escape from the house b. beat objects d. hide under the bed
  16. 16. 10. The word which has similar meaning to “escape” is……. a. cut off c. get away b. chase d. die THE TRISTY CROW One hot day, a thirsty crow flew all over the fields looking for water. For a long time, she could not find any. She felt very weak, almost giving up hope. Suddenly, she saw a water jug below her. She flew straight down to see if there was any water inside. Yes, she could see some water inside the jug! The crow tried to push her head into the jug. Sadly she found that the neck of the jug was too narrow. Then she tried to push the jug down for the water to flow out. She found that the jug was too heavy. The crow thought hard for a while. Then looking around her, she saw some pebbles. She suddenly had a good idea. She started picking up the pebbles one by one, dropping each into the jug. As more and more pebbles filled the jug, the water level kept rising. Soon it was high enough for the crow to drink. Her plan had worked. Adapted from English for junior high school VIII SMP/MTs 11. The thirsty crow flew all over the field because……… a. She felt very weak c. She was looking for water b. She couldn’t find any water d. She was almost giving up hope 12. She saw some pebbles (last paragraph) The underlined word means……… a. little animals c. little stones b. big rocks d. pieces of little woods 13. The complications of the text are found in…………. a. paragraph 1 and 2 c. paragraph 3 and 4 b. paragraph 2 and 3 d. all the paragraph 14. What is the moral value of text above? a. If someone has a problem we must try hard to help him. b. Don’t be afraid to do something although it is very dangerous c. If you want something you must do it by yourself d. If you try hard enough you may soon find the answer to your problem THE LION AND THE MOUSE
  17. 17. One day a mouse went out to find something to eat. He ran carelessly through some tall grass. He ran into a fierce lion. The lion caught the mouse. He held him tightly and would not let him go. “Please let me go, Mr. Lion,” said the mouse. “One day I will help you.” The lion laughed. “How could a little mouse help a big lion?” he thought. “Very well,” he said. I will let you go. But you must walk more carefully. The mouse was very grateful. “Thank you,” he said. “You are very kind.” The next week the mouse was again looking for something to eat. He saw the lion under a tree. He was tied tightly in a net of strong ropes. He could not move. “I will help you.” said the mouse. He bit through one of ropes. His teeth were sharp. Then he bit through another rope, and then another. Soon the lion was free. He was very grateful. “Thank you,” he said. “Thank you very much.” Adapted from English for junior high school VIII SMP/MTs 15. The orientation of the story is…….. a. One day a mouse went out to find something to eat. b. The mouse was very grateful. c. He was tied tightly in a net of strong ropes. d. Then he bit through another rope, and then another. 16. Which one is the resolution of the story? a. He ran carelessly through some tall grass. b. He held him tightly and would not let him go. c. The next week the mouse was again looking for something to eat. d. Soon the lion was free. 17. Did the lion set the mouse free when he caught him? a. No, he doesn’t c. Yes, he does b. No, she didn’t d. Yes, he did 18. What can we learn from the story? We should ………..each other. a. love and help c. love and fight b. hate and help d. hate and fight 19. The lion caught the mouse is the …….. of the story a. orientation c. complication b. resolution d. reorientation 20. How did the mouse help the lion? By …….. a. running through tall grass c. holding him tightly b. biting through ropes d. tying him up
  18. 18. Appendix 9 EVALUATION CYCLE III Class / Semester : VIII / II Material : Text Narrative Read the text carefully! MALIN KUNDANG Long time ago, in west Sumatra, there lived a poor widow named Mande Rubiah. She lived with her son named Malin Kundang. She loved her son very much. When Malin was fifteen years old, he worked as a porter on a merchant ship and went abroad for many years. The captain of the ship liked Malin Kundang. When he was older, the captain asked him to marry his daughter. Malin Kundang becomes very rich. But, he becomes too proud and arrogant because of his wealth. One day, Malin Kundang’s ship dropped anchor at Batang Arau Harbour, west Sumatra. Malin’s mother heard about this and went to the ship to see her son. Bit what happened? , Malin Kundang did not want to admit his mother. He knew it but he was too arrogant. He even scolded her and asked the guard to send her away. After that, Malin’s mother prayed to God. “Oh God, I know he is my son. But, why has she turned so wicked? Punish him as you wish!” Then, when Malin’s ship sailed, the sky turned dark, and a strong wind blew the ship. The ship was drowned and Malin Kundang turned into stone. Adapted from kumpulan soa-soal bahasa inggris kelas VIII smp/mts Choose the correct answer by crossing a, b, c or d!
  19. 19. 1. From the first sentence of the paragraph one, we know that Mande Rubiah had no …… a. Father c. husband b. Daughter d. family c. 2. He loved her son very much. (par.1) The opposite of loved is………. e. liked c. spoiled b. hated d. cursed 3. But why she turned so wicked. (par.3) The underlined word has the same meaning as…….. a. stubbed c. proud b. wealthy d. evil 4. The resolution is in the paragraph…………….. a. 1 c. 3 b. 2 d. 4 THE LION AND THE FOX One day the lion, king of the jungle, told all the animals in the forest that he was sick and dying. He told them to come visit him to hear his last words. The goat, the sheep, and the cow went into the lion’s cave to say good bye to their king. The fox which was very smart just waited outside and watched. None of the animals came out. Finally, after a long time, the lion got up and come out of his cave and saw the fox sitting there. The lion said to him, “why don’t you come visit me, my friend? You know that I am sick and dying.” The fox answered, “Pardon me, your majesty, but I did not wish to crowd you. I saw many animals go into your cave, but none of them have come out. Until some of them came out, I will stay outside in the fresh air.” Adapted from English for junior high school VIII SMP/MTs 5. The main characters of the story are……… a. The lion and the fox c. The sheep and the goat b. The lion and the crow d. The fox and the sheep 6. The setting of the story is……….. a. Far from the lion’s cave c. in the lion’s cave b. in the fox’s cave d. in the animals cave 7. The fox was very ……… a. stupid c. obedient b. big that he could not come in d. smart
  20. 20. 8. The lion was …. a. dying c. not really dying b. very good to other animals d. the fog good friend 9. What happened to the Cow and Goat? The Lion might have ….. a. taken care of them well c. asked them to accompany him b. eaten them d. given them his last words 10. The moral lesson of the story is ….. a. it is always best to stay in the fresh air b. don’t believe everything people tell you c. don’t believe in people who will give her/his last words d. never trust someone who says he is sick 11. The resolution is in the paragraph…………….. a. 1 c. 3 b. 2 d. 4 TWO THIN GOATS Once there were two goats. Both of them were hungry. They were tied together with a brown rope. They wanted to eat the green leaves from two separated bushes. One bush was on the left. The other bush was on the right. The goats thought they could do everything on their own. However, the rope was short. They tried and tried but they could not reach the bushes. They were sad. Then the goats decided to work together. First, they ate the leaves on the right. Then, they ate the leaves on the left. The leaves were delicious. The goats were happy. Adapted from English for junior high school VIII SMP/MTs 12. What did the goats want to eat? a. A brown rope. c. Green leaves b. Bushes d. Trees 13. Why were the goats sad? a. They were hungry b. They thought they could do everything c. They couldn’t reach the bushes d. The rope was short 14. How did the goats finally reach the bushes? a. By working together
  21. 21. b. By cutting the rope c. By trying to reach the bushes on their own d. By doing everything on their own 15. How many Goat are there in the story? a. two c. Four b. three d. Five SIGHT OF THE BLIND Once upon a time, there was an old lady who was blind. Though she had spent a lot of money on medicine, she could not get cured. Then there came a doctor called Danbad who said who would cure her if she gave him a large sum of money. She agreed to give him the money when she was cured. So the doctor came everyday to treat her. Actually the doctor was a thief. Everyday he took away something or other belonging to the lady. First the boxes, then the chairs, then even the tables. However he gave the lady good medicine and she was finally cured. “Now, “said the doctor after curing the old lady, “give me my money”. “I won’t,” said the lady. Hear it, the doctor was angry and took her to the court. In the court the lady told the judge, “I told the doctor I would pay him when I could see well. But, I cannot see well. Before I was blind, I could see tables and chairs and boxes in my house. Now I can see only bare well. So I am not completely cured.” Knowing the problem, the judge understands and smiled. “Dr. Danbad” he said, “unless you can make the lady see all her furniture and things see shall not pay you. Finally, that night the doctor when the quietly put back all the things he had taken from the lady’s house. Adapted from kumpulan soal bahasa inggris kelas VIII smp/mts 16. What is the type of the text? c. Report c. narrative d. Recount d. descriptive 17. The old man was…….at first. a. deaf c. healthy b. blind d. kind-hearted 18. Actually the doctor was a…….. a. judge c. lady b. pharmacist d. thief
  22. 22. 19. Why wasn’t the old woman willing to pay the doctor? a. Because she wasn’t cured b. Because she had no money c. Because the doctor took away her furniture d. Because the doctor 20. What did the judge ask the doctor to do? a. To return all the things of the old lady. b. To apologize to the old lady c. To give the old lady some money to cure d. To cure the old lady Appendix 10 EVALUATION POST CYCLE Class / Semester : VIII / II Material : Text Narrative Read the text carefully! BAWANG MERAH AND BAWANG PUTIH Bawang Putih was an orphan. She lived with her step mother and step sister named Bawang Merah. Her step mother never let Bawang Merah work; all works whether they were easy or not were done by Bawang Putih. Bawang Merah was made herself up in front of the mirror all day along. However, see admitted that Bawang Putih was more beautiful than her. One of the works that had to be done by Bawang Putih was washing their clothes in a small river. Luckily, she could finish it easily in a few times because their was a wonderful fish in the river that used to help her. Her step mother became curious. Then she asked Bawang Merah to spy Bawang Putih when she was washing the clothes at the river. She knew at last that there was a wonderful fish helping Bawang Putih. She caught the fish secretly. She cooks it and then eat it together with her mother. They gave the bone and the head of the fish to Bawang Putih and order her to eat it. Bawang Putih was sad because her friend who used to help was died. She could not eat it. She buried the bone into the ground. Amazingly, there grew a plant with beautiful flowers. One day, there was a handsome prince came to their house and looked at the flowers. He asked who had planted it. Bawang Merah told him that she did, but
  23. 23. the prince didn’t believe her. Finally, he told them that he was the fish that they killed and eaten. He cursed Bawang Merah and her mother so that their skin was like a fish. With those words, their skin changed and they run into the forest. Finally, the prince asked Bawang Putih to marry with him and they lived happily ever after in the palace. Adapted from: KBYRS English year 2 Choose the correct answers by crossing a, b, c, or d! 1. What is the type of the text? a. Recount c. Narrative b. Descriptive d. Procedure 2. what is the purpose of the text a. To entertain the readers b. To describe a person or a place c. To tell past events d. to tell how do something step by step 3. Bawang Putih was an ….. a. Prince c. Princess b. Daughter d. Orphan 4. With whom did Bawang Putih live? a. Her step mother and her step sister b. Her father c. Her mother and her sister d. Her parents 5. The character of the step mother was …….. a. Nice c. Kind b. Good d. Evil 6. Their was a wonderful fish in the river that used to help her (par.2) What does the word her refers to? a. The step mother c. Bawang Putih b. Bawang Merah d. The prince 7. What happened to Bawang Merah and her mother finally? a. They lived happily ever after b. They killed Bawang Putih c. Their skin were changed into fish skin and ran into the forest d. They planted a flower 8. What did Bawang Putih burry into the ground?
  24. 24. a. Fish c. Flowers b. Bones d. Plant 9. These statements are true according to the text, except ….. a. Bawang Putih was an orphan b. She lived with her father c. Bawang Putih’s step mother never let Bawang Merah works d. Bawang Putih married with the prince 10. Which sentences best expresses the main idea of the last paragraph? a. Bawang Putih finally married with the prince and lived happily ever after b. A handsome prince visited Bawang Putih’s house c. The fish cooked by Bawang Merah and her Mom changed into a prince d. Bawang Merah was disappointed CINDERELLA Once upon a time there was a pretty young girl named Cinderella Cinderella was loved by everyone because she was good, sweet, and kind. But Cinderella‘s widowed father believed she needed a mother. So he married again to a woman with two daughters of her own. Soon Cinderella’s father died and she was left to live with her mean step-mother and two jealous step-sisters. Cinderella had to live in the attic of their house. Pour Cinderella had to do all of cooking and cleaning. She no longer had nice things. She wore only tattered old clothes while her step-mother and step- sisters had very nice clothes and lived very comfortably. But not matter how mean her step-mother and step-sister were, Cinderella was always cheerful. Even little animals loved to be near her. She made friends with mice and birds, making them little outfits to wear, caring for them. One day letter came. It invited everyone to the palace for a ball. Cinderella’s step-mother said,” Cinderella may go, but only if she finishes her work.” The step-sister went to the ball that night with their mother. Cinderella was left alone. She cried because, she actually wanted to go to the ball too. adjust then a fairy godmother came, with her magic wand; she gave Cinderella a coach, two horses and footmen. She also gave Cinderella a lovely dress to wear to the ball and a pair of glass slippers. She told Cinderella to come home before midnight At the ball, the prince danced with Cinderella all evening The King and Grand Duke were very delighted to see them falling in love. At midnight, Cinderella ran home. Unfortunately, one of her glass slipper slipped of at the door.
  25. 25. She did not have time to put it back on. The prince was sad as he could not find Cinderella again that night. The next day, the prince and his Grand duke brought along the glass slipper. They went all over the kingdom to search for the owner. After searching for along time. Finally, they came to Cinderella’s house. The slipper fit her. The prince was very happy to find Cinderella again. They got married and lived happily ever after. Adapted from: KBRS English year 2 Choose the correct answers by crossing a, b, c, or d! 11. What is the purpose of the text? a. The inform readers about folktales b. To show how to do something c. To entertain the readers d. To tell a true story 12. Who were Cinderella’s friends? a. Lion and Mouse b. Mice and Birds c. Mouse and Bird d. Fox and Lion 13. The step sisters were very……….. a. Bossy, Wicked b. Kind, helpful c. Patient, bossy d. Wicked, Diligent 14. Who lived with her? a. Her mean step mother and two jealous step sisters b. Her step mother and her sister c. Her mother and two jealous step sisters d. Her friends 15. What kind of invitation did people receive a. A letter invitation for wedding party b. A letter invitation for prince party c. A letter invitation for a party d. A letter invitation for a ball 16. Who made the dress for Cinderella? a. The mouse and bird b. The step mother c. The birds and the mice d. The fairy Godmother 17. What did Cinderella do at the ball? a. At midnight the prince kissed her b. Cinderella danced with the prince until 12 o’clock
  26. 26. c. Cinderella went to the ball and she danced with the prince all evening d. She danced all night with the prince 18. What did Cinderella leave on the stairs when the clock struck midnight? a. A small glass slipper b. A tiny glass slipper c. Her one glass slipper d. Her glass slippers 19. What did the fairy godmother warn Cinderella to do? a. To leave the ball by midnight b. To come home before midnight c. Cinderella went home at midnight d. To go home until midnight 20. How could the prince find Cinderella? a. The prince was going from house to house with a small glass slipper in his hand b. The prince sent the Grand Duke door to door to find the young woman who had lost her slipper c. The prince asked the kings page to find her d. The prince brought along the glass slipper went all over the Kingdom Appendix 11 ANSWER KEY EVALUATION PRE CYCLE 1. C 2. C 3. D 4. D 5. D 6. B 7. C 8. C 9. B 10. C 11. A 12. B 13. C 14. C 15. D 16. B 17. D 18. D 19. D 20. A
  27. 27. Appendix 12 ANSWER KEY EVALUATION CYCLE I 1. B 2. D 3. C 4. C 5. D 6. D 7. A 8. C 9. B 10. C 11. C 12. D 13. A 14. B 15. B 16. A 17. B 18. C 19. C 20. D
  28. 28. Appendix 13 ANSWER KEY EVALUATION CYCLE II 1. B 2. A 3. D 4. C 5. C 6. D 7. B 8. D 9. C 10. C 11. C 12. C 13. B 14. D 15. A 16. D 17. D 18. A 19. C 20. B
  29. 29. Appendix 14 ANSWER KEY EVALUATION CYCLE III 1. C 2. B 3. D 4. D 5. A 6. C 7. D 8. C 9. B 10. B 11. D 12. C 13. C 14. A 15. A 16. C 17. B 18. D 19. C 20. A
  30. 30. Appendix 15 ANSWER KEY EVALUATION POST CYCLE 1. C 2. A 3. D 4. A 5. D 6. C 7. C 8. B 9. B 10. A 11. C 12. B 13. A 14. A 15. D 16. D 17. B 18. C 19. A 20. B
  31. 31. Appendix 16 LESSON PLAN School : MTs I’anatut Thalibin Pati Subject : English Class/Semester : VIII/II Competence Standard: Understanding meaning in simple short transactional and interpersonal text to interact with surroundings. Basic Competence : Responding meaning in simple short transactional and interpersonal texts accurately, fluently, that is related with surroundings. Indicator : - Read the text fluently - Identify text narrative - Identify the generic structure of narrative text Genre : Narrative Skill : Reading Time Allotment : 2 x 40 minutes 1. Learning of Objectives Students should be able to: a. Read the text fluently and able to translate the text. b. Understand the meaning of text. c. Know about the narrative text. d. Know what the folktale is. 2. Material Text Narrative: Folktale 3. Method Mind mapping 4. Teaching and Learning Activity a. Opening - Teacher opens the lesson by greeting the students. - Teacher checks the students’ attendance by calling the roll. - Teacher asks the students the following questions: - How about your test yesterday - Is it difficult or easy? - Have you ever know about the folktales in your country? - Can you mention them?
  32. 32. - Students answer the questions orally b. The core activity - Teacher gives students a text about the folktale text. - Teacher asks students to read the text - Teacher asks the following questions: - Do you like the story? - Have you ever hear about the story in your country? - Do you know what text is it? - Who is the main character of the story? - Does the text explain about something? - Teacher explains about the text - Teacher divided students into group The procedure of mind mapping technique are: - Teacher divided into 8 groups. Each group consists of 5 persons. It means that they work in groups. - Teacher gives a text to each group - Teacher gives overview of mind mapping and the guideline of creating and demonstrates it. - Students read the text with the partner and discuss what they have read - The teacher helps students create mind map of the text read by students. - Class discussion was held to answer some comprehension question and check students understanding - Teacher review of the entire story. - Teacher asks students to find and notes the meaning of difficult words - Teacher guides the students - Teacher asks students to mention the meaning of difficult words. - Teacher gives feedback. c. Closing - Teacher gives evaluation to the students - Teacher asks students to work individually answer questions of the text. - Teacher asks students to collect their work - Teacher and students discuss their answer 5. Source - Hand out (Wasimin, dkk, 2004, Lets’ Express It English, Semarang: Pemkot Semarang) - Hand out (Bima, Bactiar M., and Cicik Kurniawati, 2005, Lets’ Talk, Bandung: Pakar Raya) - LKS (Students’ Worksheet)
  33. 33. 6. Assessment - Instrument : Test - Form : Written - Technique : Students are assigned to chose the correct answer from multiple –choice test - Scoring guide : a. every correct answer scored 1 b. maximum score 20 X 5 = 100 c. maximum grade 100 d. the students score : achievement score Maximum score Semarang, April 2009 The Researcher Choirun Nafi’ah NIM: 3104284
  34. 34. Appendix 17 LESSON PLAN School : MTs I’anatut Thalibin Pati Subject : English Class/Semester : VIII /II Competence Standard: Understanding meaning in simple short transactional and interpersonal text to interact with surroundings. Basic Competence : Responding meaning in simple short transactional and interpersonal texts accurately, fluently, that is related with surroundings. Indicator : - Read the text fluently - Identify text narrative - Identify the generic structure of narrative text Genre : Narrative Skill : Reading Time Allotment : 2 x 40 minutes 1. Learning of Objectives Students should be able to: a. Read the text fluently and able to translate the text. b. Understand the meaning of text. c. Know about the narrative text. d. Know what the fable is. 2. Material - Text Narrative: Fable 3. Method Mind Mapping technique 4. Teaching and Learning Activity b. Opening - Teacher opens the lesson by greeting the students. - Teacher checks the students’ attendance by calling the roll. - Teacher asks the students the following questions: a. How about your test yesterday b. Is it difficult or easy? c. Do you have favorite Animals? Mention them?
  35. 35. d. Have you ever know about the animal stories (fables) in your country? e. Can you mention them? - Students answer the questions orally c. The core activity - Teacher gives students a text about the fables text. - Teacher asks students to read the text - Teacher asks the following questions: a. Do you like the story? b. Have you ever hear about the story in your country? c. Do you know what text is it? d. Who is the main character of the story? e. Does the text explain about something? f. Do the animals can speak and act like us? It is funny, isn’t it? - Teacher explains about the text The procedure of mind mapping are: a. Students divided into 8 groups. Each group consists of 5 students. It means that they work in groups. b. .Teacher gives a text to each group c. Teacher gives overview of mind mapping and the guideline of creating and demonstrates it. d. Students read the text with the partner and discuss what they have read e. The teacher helps students create mind map of the text read by students. f. Class discussion was held to answer some comprehension question and check students understanding g. Teacher review of the entire story. - Teacher asks students to find and notes the meaning of difficult words - Teacher guides the students - Teacher asks students to mention the meaning of difficult words. - Teacher gives feedback. d. Closing - Teacher gives evaluation to the students - Teacher asks students to work individually answer questions of the text. - Teacher asks students to collect their work - Teacher and students discuss about their answer 5. Source - Hand out (Wasimin, dkk, 2004, Lets’ Express It English, Semarang: Pemkot Semarang) - Hand out (Bima, Bactiar M., and Cicik Kurniawati, 2005, Lets’ Talk, Bandung: Pakar Raya
  36. 36. 6. Assessment - Instrument : Test - Form : Written - Technique : Students are assigned to chose the correct answer from multiple –choice test - Scoring Guide: a. every correct answer scored 1 b. maximum score 20 X 5 = 100 c. maximum grade 100 d. the students score : achievement score Maximum score Semarang, April 2009 The Researcher Choirun Nafi’ah NIM: 3104284
  37. 37. Appendix 18 LESSON PLAN School : MTs I’anatut Thalibin Pati Subject : English Class/Semester : VIII/II Competence Standard: Understanding meaning in simple short transactional and interpersonal text to interact with surroundings. Basic Competence : Responding meaning in simple short transactional and interpersonal texts accurately, fluently, that is related with surroundings. Indicator : - Read the text fluently - Identify text narrative - Identify the generic structure of narrative text Genre : Narrative Skill : Reading Time Allotment : 2 x 40 minutes 1. Learning of Objectives Students should be able to: a. Read the text fluently and able to translate the text. b. Understand the meaning of text. c. Know about the fairy tale 2. Material Text Narrative fairy tale 3. Method Mind mapping technique 4. Teaching and Learning Activity a. Opening - Teacher opens the lesson by greeting the students. - Teacher checks the students’ attendance by calling the roll. - Have you ever know about the story of narrative text? - Have you ever know about the fairy tale in your country? - Can you mention them? - Students answer the questions orally b. The core activity - Teacher gives students a text about the fairy tale text. - Teacher asks students to read the text - Teacher asks the following questions:
  38. 38. - Do you like the story? - Have you ever hear about the story in your live? - Do you know what text is it? - Does the text explain about something? - Teacher explains about the text - Teacher divided students into group The procedure of mind mapping technique are: - Students divided into 8 groups. Each group consists of 5 persons. It means that they work in groups. - Teacher gives a text to each group - Teacher gives overview of mind mapping and the guideline of creating and demonstrates it. - Students read the text with the partner and discuss what they have read - The teacher helps students create mind map of the text read by students. - Class discussion was held to answer some comprehension question and check students understanding - Teacher review of all the story. - Teacher asks students to find and notes the meaning of difficult words - Teacher guides the students - Teacher asks students to mention the meaning of difficult words. - Teacher gives feedback. c. Closing - Teacher gives evaluation to the students - Teacher asks students to work individually answer questions of the text. - Teacher asks students to collect their work - Teacher and students discuss about their answer 5. Source - Hand out (Wasimin, dkk, 2004, Lets’ Express It English, Semarang: Pemkot Semarang) - Hand out (Bima, Bactiar M., and Cicik Kurniawati, 2005, Lets’ Talk, Bandung: Pakar Raya 6. Assessment - Instrument : Test - Form : Written - Technique : Students are assigned to chose the correct answer from multiple –choice test - Scoring guide: a. every correct answer scored 1 b. maximum score 20 X 5 = 100 c. maximum grade 100 d. the students score : achievement score Maximum score Semarang, April 2009
  39. 39. The Researcher Choirun Nafi’ah NIM: 3104284

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