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  3. 3. 5. Memahami makna teks fungsional pendek dan esei sederhana berbentuk report, narrative dan analytical STANDAR KOMPETENSI exposition dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari dan untuk mengakses ilmu pengetahuan 6. Mengungkapkan makna dalam teks tulis fungsional pendek dan esei sederhana report, narrative dan analytical exposition dalam konteks kehidupan sehari- hari HOME
  4. 4. 5.2 Merespon makna dan langkah retorika dalam esei yang menggunakan ragam bahasa tulis secara akurat, lancar dan KOMPETENSI DASAR berterima dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari dan untuk mengakses ilmu. 6.2 Mengungkapkan makna dan langkah retorika dalam esei dengan menggunakan ragam bahasa tulis secara akurat, lancar dan berterima dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari dalam teks berbentuk: report, narrative, dan analytical exposition HOME
  5. 5. • Mengidentifikasi makna kata dalam teks yang dibaca. INDIKATOR • Mengidentifikasi ciri-ciri dari benda/orang yang dilaporkan • Mengidentifikasi langkah-langkah retorika dari teks • Mengidentifikasi tujuan komunikasi teks dibaca • Menghasilkan teks berbentuk report HOME
  6. 6. MATERI Building Knowledge of field 1. Tell what you see in the picture? 2. Do you like them? 3. What are the colors of their fur? 4. What do they usually eat? 5. How do they breed? Do they lay eggs or do they have babies? HOME
  7. 7. MATERI Social function  Is used to document, organize and store factual information on a topic. Modeling  Is used to classify and describe the phenomena of the world. of Text  To talk about a whole class of things, e.g. Bikes, Plants, Animals, Phone, etc. Examples: news reports, science reports, weather reports Generic structure  General Classification : tells what the phenomenon under discussion is  Description : describes the phenomenon in terms of parts, qualities, habits or behaviors HOME
  8. 8. MATERI Language features Modeling  Generalized participants: a whole class of things (volcanoes, newspapers, of Text the royal family)  Action verbs/material processes  Simple present tense  Language for defining, classifying, comparing, contrasting (are called, belong to, can be classified as, are similar to, are more powerful than)  May contain technical vocabulary  Is written in a formal and objective style HOME
  9. 9. MATERI DOLPHIN For many years people believed that the cleverest animals after General man were the chimpanzees. Classification Modeling Now, however, there is a proof that dolphins may be even cleverer of Text than these big apes. Although dolphin lives in the sea it is not a fish. It is Description a mammal. It is in many ways, therefore, like a human being. Dolphins have a simple language. They are able to talk to one another. It may be impossible for man to learn how to talk to dolphins. But this will not be easy because dolphins can’t hear the kind of sounds Description man can make. If man wants to talk to dolphins, therefore, he will have to make a third language which both he and the dolphins can understand. Dolphins are also very friendly toward man. They often follow ships. There are many stories about dolphins guiding ships through Description difficult and dangerous waters. HOME
  10. 10. Choose the best answer for the questions below based on the text. Modeling 1. The text tells about …. of Text a. fish b. dolphins c. mammals d. big apes e. chimpanzees 2. The fourth paragraph tells us …. a. how dolphins help man b. how genius the dolphins are c. how friendly man to dolphins d. how diligent the dolphins are e. how difficult the problems faced by dolphin HOME
  11. 11. 3. Which statement is true? a. Dolphins are fish. b. Dolphins are kind-hearted animals. Modeling c. Dolphins’ sense of hearing is very sharp. of Text d. Chimpanzees are the cleverest animals in the world. e. The big apes are regarded as the most intelligent animals. 4. The text above is in the form of …. a. spoof b. report c. recount d. procedure e. narration 5. To tell the factual information, the writer mostly uses…. a. passive voice b. simple past tense c. present perfect tense d. simple present tense e. present continuous tense HOME
  12. 12. Joint Construction of Text Answer the following questions. 1. Have you ever seen bees? 2. Where can you find bees? 3. What do bees look like? 4. What do bees eat? 5. How many kinds of bees do you know? HOME
  13. 13. Read the following text loudly. Bees Bees are useful insects. There are about 20.000 kinds of bees, but only honeybees make honey. Honeybees live in groups called colonies. Each colony has one female queen Joint Construction bee, tens of thousands of worker bees, and a few hundred males, or drones. of Text Honeybees live in hives. Inside their hive, the bees make honeycomb of wax. The honeycomb is a kind of bee apartment building, full of six-sided rooms in which the bees raise young and store food. The queen bee lays thousands of eggs. Worm, like larvae, hatch from the eggs. Each larva becomes a pupa, which looks partly like a larva and partly like an adult bee. The pupa then becomes an adult bee. Worker bees feed the young, clean and guard the hive, and fly to and from flowers. They collect tiny grains of pollen and a sweet liquid called nectar for food. The pollen is food for young bees. Worker bees use the nectar to make honey. Without bees bringing pollen from flower to flower, many plants could not make seeds. Queen bees and worker bees have stings. Workers use their stings to defend themselves and their hive. A queen uses their stings to kill other queens. Most other kinds of bees live alone instead of in a colony. These bees make tunnels in wood or in the ground. The queen makes s her own nest. People admire bees for their busy ways. People called beekeepers keep bees for honey and for the beeswax the bees use to build their honeycombs. HOME
  14. 14. Activity 2 Joint Construction Answer the following questions based on the text. of Text 1. How many kinds of bees are there? 2. What kinds of bees make honey? 3. Where do they live? 4. What is honeycomb? 5. Which bee lays thousands of eggs? 6. What do the young bees eat? 7. What do people admire from bees? 8. What are stings used for? 9. What kind of text do you think it is? 10. What are the social function and the generic structures? HOME
  15. 15. Match each of the following words taken from the text with its synonym. Joint Construction of Text No. Words Synonyms 1. hatch a. construct 2. tiny b. big 3. build c. protect 4. full d. generate 5. defend e. small 6. admire f. watch 7. become g. gather 8. feed h. grow 9. guard i. appreciate 10. collect j. give HOME
  16. 16. What kind of animal does lion belong to?  Carnivores  Wild animals Where can you find a lion? Joint Construction  In the African jungle. of Text  In the savanna.  It roams in forest. How does a lion move/live/survive?  They hunt at their hunting area.  They can run fast like a horse.  Its fangs are very strong.  Its claws are very sharp  They can hear voice from 100 until 150 meters. What does a lion look like?  It resembles a cat.  The male lion has a mane.  The male is bigger than the female. What does a lion feed on?  zebras  buffalo  deer HOME
  17. 17. Give a report using one of the following pictures. Independent Construction of Text HOME
  18. 18. Use this guidelines to give your report Independent Opening Construction of Text • Greet the listeners. • Motivate the listeners to the topic. • Explain why you chose the topic Telling a report • Tell the general classification • Tell them the parts, behaviors, and characteristics. • Don’t forget to use the gambit : - a surprising fact - making generalization • Ask them if they have any questions. Closing • Say thanks HOME
  19. 19. REFERENSI • Grace Eudia and Th. M. Sudarwati. 2006. Look Ahead An English Course. Jakarta: Erlangga. • Murphy, Raymond. 1998. English Grammar in Use. United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press • Soeprapto, F.A. and Mariana Darwis. 2006. Linked to The World. Jakarta: Penerbit Yudhistira • Wardiman, Artono and Nan Sobariah. 2003. Better Your English. Bandung: Penerbit Regina • Zumakhsin andYulia Mufarichah. 2007. Progress. Bandung:Penerbit Ganeca Exact • Zumakhsin andYulia Mufarichah. 2005. Progress. Bandung. Januari 2005 : Penerbit Ganeca Exact • • • • HOME
  20. 20. THE ANSWER HOME 1 2 3 4 5
  21. 21. THE ANSWER HOME 1 2 3 4 5
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