Rpp of expresing pain,relief and pleasure

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Rpp of expresing pain,relief and pleasure

  1. 1. LESSON PLAN SMASCHOOL : SMA ________________________SUBJECT : ENGLISHCLASS / SEMESTER : XI / ITIME ALLOTMENT : 2 x 35 minutes A. STANDARD COMPETENCE Speaking Express the meaning of transactional and interpersonal dialogue in daily life context. B. BASIC COMPETENCE Speaking Express the meaning of formal and sustained transactional (to get things done) and interpersonal monologue text using various utterances accurately, fluently and acceptable in daily life context including : giving opinion, expressing satisfaction and dissatisfaction, giving advice, warning, giving peermission, and expressing relief, pain, and pleasure. C. CHARACTER BUILDING Confident, responsible, thinking logically
  2. 2. D. INDICATORS • Understanding and using the utterances of expressing pain. • Understanding and using the utterances of expressing relief. • Understanding and using the utterances of expressing pleasureE. INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES At the end of the session: enable the students to understand and to use the utterances of expressing pain, to Understand and to use the utterances of expressing relief, and to Understand and to use the utterances of expressing pleasure.F. LEARNING MATERIAL Expressing Pain (using interjection) • Ouch! It hurts me so much • Ouch! Stop pinching me. • I can’t stand it. The pain is getting worse and worse. • Ooh! My headache! And my back hurts! • Ouch! That’s hurts! • Aw! The pain hurts me very much! • It’s very painful. I can’t stand it Expressing Relief • Oh, that’s relief • Thanks heavens!
  3. 3. • Oh, good! • Oh, marvelous! • Oh, what a relief! • Thanks God for that! • I’m very relieved to hear that • What a relief! • Good for you. • I’m glad it’s done • I feel so relieved. • It’s very relaxing.Expressing Pleasure • I’m very pleased with this room • Oh, how marvelous! • It’s wonderful! • It’s good news. • I’m very delighted. • It gives me great pleasure • Great! • Fantastic! • I’m glad you like it.
  4. 4. G. LEARNING METHOD CTL H. STEPS Of ACTIVITIESNumber Teaching and Learning Activies Time Allotment Method1. Pre activity 10 minutes Question and answer - Greetings - Checking for the roll - Explaining the instructional objectives.2. Whilst activity: 50 minutes 1. Exploration • The students are reminding the last lesson. • The teacher asks to the students “Have you ever feel pain, relief or pleasure?” • The students answer the teacher’s question. • The teacher asks to the students “How did you say the expression of pain, relief and
  5. 5. pleasure?”2. Elaboration • The students read the material after the teacher. • The students get the explanation about the material from the teacher. • The students get the example of those expressions in the paper. • The students understand the teacher’s explanation. • The students get the dialogue and the students find out the expression in the dialogue.3. Confirmation • The teacher develops the students to make the dialogue using these expressions in twos. • The students perform
  6. 6. their work in front of the class. • The teacher gives an appreciation for the student who has the best work.3. Closing : 10 minutes • The teacher identifies the problems of the students. • The teacher gives structured assignment. I. LEARNING RESOURCES: a. Appropriate text book : • Look Ahead An English Course for SMA Year XI. • KREATIF (A handbook) INSTRUMENT Make the dialog below in group and use the appropriate expression! 1. In the morning, you walk along with your friends. And your foot hit the stone. 2. In the holiday, your father invites you to Bali with your family. 3. In your birthday, you got the present that you want from your friend.
  7. 7. Scoring Rubrics for speaking:1. Aspect ScorePronunciation 1-5Fluency 1–5Volume 1–5Expression ( eye contact) 1-5Total 20Total score: 20 x 5 = 100
  8. 8. Rubric of Character BuildingStudents Confident Responsible Thinking logicallyname Good fair Poor good fair poor good Fair poor Semarang, 02 Mei 2012

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