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English Learning Material - a magazine taste


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This mag-book is designed by students of grade X. A 1 SMA Negeri 1 Genteng.They design their English materials into what they call `a magazine taste. ` The design looks like a magazine – colorful, full of pictures, etc. That`s why they call their work `Mag-book`. Hopefully, the students will be more interested and excited to learn English.

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English Learning Material - a magazine taste

  1. 1. XA1 project XA1 “ You cannot teach a man anything, you can only help him find it within himself. ” (Galileo Galilei)
  2. 2. Dear Readers, are to be out of your mind? Or you just like to stick to the same patterns of behavior all the time? Well, Students of grade X SMA Negeri 1 Genteng Banyuwangi would like to present their English materials in a little bit different form. They compose them into a magazine taste. Later we just call it Mag-book. What is a Mag -book? Okay, it is actually a matter of designing the students` English material based on syllabus into what we call `a magazine taste. ` The design looks like a magazine – colorful, full of pictures, etc. Hopefully, the students will be more excited to learn. Since we believe that pictures speak more loudly than words. They get involved in designing the lay-out, the coloring, the editing process, and in some extends, taking part in selecting the materials to learn. By so doing, the learning materials will be easily and quickly understood by the students. Surprisingly, they feel very enthusiastic in doing this great work. Well, hopefully, this will be a great help for them to learn English. Any sound criticism is welcome. A.Eko Hartono
  3. 3. • Introduction • Introducing • Greeting Someone Someone • Grammar Point • Compliment • Recount • Recount Text • Announcement and Message
  4. 4. Introduction is divided into 2
  5. 5. Kind of expressions that usually used to introduce yourself to someone who are still new / not yet known by you. For example look at the picture below  Introducing yourself • First let me introduce myself. • My name is .... • Allow me to introduce my self. • I'm ... • Excuse me my name's ... • How do you do? My name is .... • Hi! I'm ... • Hello! My name is ... Hello! My name is Desy  Hi! My name is Ola 
  6. 6. 2. INTRODUCING SOMEONE Kind of expression that usually used to introduce others to people you know with purpose to make a relation with each other. For example look at the picture below  Introducing someone • I would like to introduce you to .... • Let me introduce you to ... • Allow me to introduce .... • I'd like you to meet ... • Do you know ... • Sarah, this is Bona my daughter. Bona, this is Sarah my classmate Hello. My name is Desy Ola, this is Desy my classmate Hi! My name is Ola
  7. 7. Member of Group  Desy Kurnia Fadhila Juvinta Diva Fabiola M. Faradisal Jinnan Sulung Kharisma Forentine Zidna Amalia Firdausy (11) (19) (23) (35) (38)
  8. 8. Members of group : 1. Alfan Fahmi 2. Brian Septa 03 09 3. Nabilla Agushinta 24 4. Nararian Padma Dewi 5. Vila Lailatun Najiah 25 37
  10. 10. Example :
  11. 11. Excuse me, I want to introduce my self  My name is Nabilla. What is your name? Nice to meet you Vila  My name is Vila. Nice to meet you too.
  12. 12. Hi Alfan i’m fine, thank you. And you Hi Padma, how are you? Fine too. ?
  13. 13. I’d like you to meet my brother. His name is Brian. Hi, my name is Brian. What’s your name ? My name is Padma.  Nice to meet you Nice to meet you too Padma. Brian.
  14. 14. Example Dialog Ferdi : Hi, my name is Ferdi Rahandi : Hi, Ferdi. My name is Rahandi Ferdi : Rahandi, this is Lina. Rahandi : Hi, Lina. It’s nice to meet you Lina : It’s nice to meet you too Formal I'd like to introduce Rahandi How do you do ? I'd like you to meet Silvia How do you do? It's a pleasure to know you How do you do? The pleasure is mine. Let me introduce you Nice to meet you Nice to meet you Meet my friend, Ferdi Hi! Hi! This is Silvia Informal How do you do ? Hi there ! Hi there! Howdy? (American) Howdy? (American)
  15. 15. You don’t know the person very well Good morning. How are you? How nice to see you. It's been quite a while, hasn't it? Hello! How are you Hello. Fine. Thank you Hello! How are you doing ? Pretty good. Thanks. Hi! How's things? Not bad. What's new? You know the person very well Good morning. I'm fine. Thank you. Not much. Hi! How are things? Nothing Whats up? (American) Ok.
  16. 16. COMPLIMENT Dynar Ekrismoniarti P Laila Ramadhani Putri Safira Amalia Qurrota A’yun Addin Afiyah
  17. 17. Definition of compliment: Compliment is when you say something nice about something or somebody. The function of Compliment: Compliment used to admire someone or something, to make someone’s happy.
  18. 18. Addin : what a charming costum! Safira : thank you. It’s killing me to wear such tied sarongs. Addin : I can’t believe you can be so ... angelic. I can’t wait to hear what the girls say about you. Safira : please, i can’t stand, Addin. Dynar : Hi! You look great. I can’t believe that’s you. Safira : Thank you. Laila : Wow, wow ... my genie comes to life. Is it real? I can’t believe it’s my tomboy Safira. You’re beautiful! Safira : Thanks, Laila. What a sweet!
  19. 19. Take a look at the other expressions of compliment below. Informal What a ……. ! That’s a (very) nice/smart ….. (you wearing) …. Suit/suits you (very well). …. Look/looks nice/smart You’re looking …. I love/adore …. If I may say so …. Are so delicious/excellent. I really must express my admiration for ….
  20. 20. Grammar Points Characteristic Value : Curiosity The Present Perfect Tense Look at the example! Past event Fiya lost her purse on her home. Fiya has lost her purse. She hasn’t found it. Present impact Now she does not have her purse with her. Grammar Points| Page | 1 1
  21. 21. The present perfect tense is used to tell about a present condition as a result of an event or condition in the past. Some characteristics of the present perfect tense : It refers to something or a condition in the present. Aulia has just arrived home. She is remove her shoes now. It tells something that happened just a short time ago. She has cleaned the floor. The floor is clean now. Page | 2
  22. 22. Present Impact Some adverbs that are often used:recently, lately, already, since, for, just,ever, never. There are some expressions that are related to the use of the present perfect tense. Some of these expressions are : Example today, this week, this month, etc. It’s the first time.., This is the first time.., the most.., It’s the most interesting story I’ve ever heard. We haven’t done a lot of things today (this week, this month, etc.) It’s the first time she’s travelled by train. This is the first time they’ve played the game in this town Page | 3
  23. 23. The Simple Past Vs Present Perfect Tense The different use and meaning between simple past and present perfect tense Simple Past Tense  It tells only about the past time.  The action is completed in the past.  The commonly used adverbs: yesterday,two days ago, last week, a year ago. o Lita lived in Malang for five years. (She no longer live in Malang now) o We proclamated our independence in 1945. (Not have proclaimed. The proclaiming is completed) Aulia Lita Aulia Lita Aulia Lita : Hi Lita, you looks very happy today. : Hi Aulia, yeah you are right, because yesterday my family and I spent our holiday in Bali. : Really? That must be great! What did you do there? : I had diving and swimming, and I also met foreign tourist from Australia. : Wow... Amazing. I wish I can go to there someday. : Yeah, because it’s unforgetable experience. Invite me when you will go to there, LOL  Page | 4
  24. 24. Present Perfect Tense  It tells about something that happens in the past but we still feel the impact now.  The action is sometimes still in progress.  The commonly use adverbs : since yesterday, for two days, lately, recently. Uul has submitted her task. (She can go home now) Fiya has lived in Yogyakarta for five years. (She still live in Yogyakarta now) Fiya : Hay Ul, do you know where is Aulia stay now? Uul : Yeah I know, she has stayed in Surabaya for five years. Fiya : Wow.. five years? Why she choosed stayed in Surabaya than here? Uul : Because her father has a job there. Fiya : When will she come back here? Uul : I don’t know. Maybe after her father’s job has finished. Fiya : Yeah... I wish like that. Page | 5
  25. 25. Exercise 1 Write the sentence. Example : Aulia lost her key. Now she has it with her. (find) Aulia has found her key. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Yesterday he still had his hair long. Now his hair is short. (have a haircut) The shop owner was 90 kilograms. Now he is only 70. (lose weight) The motorcycle stopped. There is no gasoline in the tank. (run out of) Litalia was very tired yesterday. Now she is better. (take a rest) The players worked very hard. They are happy now. (win the game) Write the question and answer. Example : He played very badly. Is this the first time he’s played the game? Yes, he’s never played before. 1) At last, he sent her a letter. .......... 2) They went to the concert. .......... 3) Aunt Lucy spoke to people in Bahasa Indonesia .......... 4) They spent so much money yesterday. .......... 5) Tom joined a boy scout group. .......... Fill the blank space with the correct form of the verb of simple past or present perfect 1) Aunt Lucy .... (come) here for a visit last week. 2) Look! His hair is very short now. He ....(cut) hios hair. 3) We.... (go) to Lake Toba. So, we know what it is like now. 4) I .... (not eat) anything this morning because I .... (be) in a hurry. 5) She ....(be) very busy lately. It’s difficult to meet her. 6) ....(you/work) hard last night? 7) The students ....(finish) their assignment. Here is their work. 8) A : Is he in the room? B : Your in luck. He ....(just leave). A : When .... (he/leave)? B : A few minutes ago. Page | 6
  26. 26. Exercise 2 Write the sentence, first using the simple past tense and then the present perfect tense. Example : Fiya’s purse fell off but she has it with her now. (lose/find) → Fiya lost her purse but she has found it. 1. Aunt Lucy visited here last week but she is back at her home now. (come here/go back) 2. They pulled down all the trees but now there are some new trees. (cut down/plant) 3. We took of all the pictures from the wall magazine but there are some new picture now.(remove/replace) 4. Shofia lent a story book to Tom but she has her book back now. (Tom/borrow/return) 5. I was in the caferia during the break but now I am in the classroom. (go/come/back) Page | 7
  27. 27. RECOUNT IN THIS SESSION WE WILL EXPLAIN ABOUT RECOUNT What is the RECOUNT? To answer the question, we have to know the definition of RECOUNT. Recount is a text which retells events or experiences in the past. Its purpose is either to inform or to entertain the other people. 1|Pa g e
  28. 28. I went to Tambi Tea Plantation, a small village in Dieng. Where did you go on the weekend? No. I went with my aunt and uncle. Did you go alone?. THIS DIALOGUE IS ONE OF THE EXAMPLE OF RECOUNT . HOW MANY PARTS OF RECOUNT ? 2|Pa g e
  29. 29. THERE ARE 3 IMPORTANT PART IN RECOUNT : ORIENTATION This part introduces the scenes and gives details of : Who / What / Where / When / Why EVENTS This part retells what happened in chronological order. It uses time connectives such as first, next, soon, after that, later, finally. RE – ORIENTATION (OPTIONAL) This part tells the writer’s comment about events that happened. It can also be said as a RECOUNT TEXT : conclusion of the text. 3|Pa g e
  30. 30. MY DAY AT THE BEACH Last week my friend and I were bored after three weeks of holidays, so we rode our bikes to Smith Beach, which is only five kilometer from where I live. When we arrived at the beach, we were surprised to see there was hardly anyone there. After having a quick dip in the ocean, which was really cold, we realized one reason there were not many people there. It was also quite windy. After we bought some hot chips at the takeaway store nearby, we rode our bikes down the beach for a while, on the hard, damp part of the sand. We had the wind behind us and, before we knew it, we were many miles down the beach. Before we made the long trip back, we decided to paddle our feet in the water for a while, and then sit down for a rest. While we were sitting on the beach, just chatting, it suddenly dawned on us that all the way back, we would be riding into the strong wind. When we finally made it back home, we were both totally exhausted! But we learned some good lessons that day. 4|Pa g e
  31. 31. This story can be divided into: Orientation Events Reorientation Last week my friend and i were bored after three weeks of holidays, so we rode our bikes to smith beach, which is only five kilometer from where I live. When we arrived at the beach, we were surprised to see there was hardly anyone there. After having a quick dip in the ocean, which was really cold, we realized one reason there were not many people there. It was also quite windy. After we bought some hot chips at the takeaway store nearby, we rode our bikes down the beach for a while, on the hard, damp part of the sand. We had the wind behind us and, before we knew it, we were many miles down the beach. Before we made the long trip back, we decided to paddle our feet in the water for a while, and then sit down for a rest. While we were sitting on the beach, just chatting, it suddenly dawned on us that all the way back, we would be riding into the strong wind. When we finally made it back home, we were both totally exhausted! But we learned some good lessons that day. 5|Pa g e
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  33. 33. Aim .: To re-tell someone past experience Structure of the text : 1. Orientation 2. Events 3. Re-orientation Genre of structure : using simple past tense, past continuous, past perfect. Recount text tells the reader a past event. It usually focuses on a person’s past experience, so it usually uses the word “I” or “we”. A recount text has three elements : orientation or setting, events and re – orientation or concluding statement of the story. The orientation tells the readers who was involved in the story, what happened, where the story took place, and when it happened. The Events tell the sequence of events. These are described in order. The re-orientation summaries the event. Activity 1 Last weekend, my friends and I went camping. We reached the camping ground after we walked for about one and a half hour from the parking lot. We built the camp next to a small river. It was getting darker and colder, so we built a fire camp. The next day, we spent our time observing plantation and insects while the girls were preparing meals. In the afternoon we went to the river and caught some fish for supper. at night, we held a fire camp night. We sang, danced, read poetry, played magic tricks, and even some of us performed a standing comedy. On Monday, we packed our bags and got ready to go home, and weafternoon we went were very happy ! orientation event Re-orientation to the river and caught some fish for supper. at night, w
  34. 34. Answer these questions based on the text 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. What did we do last weekend? How long did we reach the camping ground? When did we build the camp? What did we do on the next day ? What activities did we do at the night of a fire camp night? Activity 2 Amazing Day On Saturday morning at 9.30, I was walking down sunda street, looking for a record store. A man stopped me and asked me the way to the hyatt Hotel. I wasn’t sure exactly where it was, but i walked with him to the end of sunda street. He was very friendly, and his face looked so familiar. Then I remembered where the Hyatt was and told him how to get there. He thanked me and tried to give me someting. I thought it was money. I said ‘no’ at first, but he really wanted me to have it, so I took it. I found the record store and listened to a few records. D’masive had a new record that was number two in the top twenty. I decided to buy it. I looked in my bag for my wallet and found a piece of paper the man gave me. It was a photo. I was so surprised ! He was a singer in D’masive!
  35. 35. Answer these following questions based on the text in Activitity 2 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Where was the writer? What was he doing? What did the man ask the writer? How was the man’s character? Did the writer help the man? What did the writer decide to buy? What did he find in his wallet? How was he when he knew who the man was?
  36. 36. Our own experience Super Moment When I was in grade nine, I joined a mathematics and science competition. It was held by SMAN 1 Banyuwangi. There were so many participants who joined it. I went to the place of the competition at 6 am. I arrived there at 7 a.m. First, I had to re-register at registration place. Then, I looked for my room. After I found it I waited my friends at the gate. It took so much time because my friends arrived at 7.25 am. We had to go to the hall to do opening ceremony at 7.30 am. And at 8 a.m the bell rang as a sign to enter to the room. The second bell rang, time was up. I went out from the room and met my friends. While waiting for the result, we did dhuha prayer together. Because we were hungry, we went to the canteen to have breakfast. Finally, time to announce the result. I was so curious. Frankly I got the second rank. I didn’t think so, because I thought that the questions were quite difficult. I was so happy. That was an amazing day! And I would never forget it !
  37. 37. Orientation Introducing the participants, place and time Events Describing series of event that happened in the past. Reorientation It is optional. Stating personal comment of the writer to the story.
  38. 38. 1. Introducing personal participant: I, my group, etc. 2. Using chronological connection: then, first, etc. 3. Using linking verb: was, were, saw, heard, etc. 4. Using action verb: look, go, change, etc. 5. Using simple past tense
  39. 39. Two week ago I went to Semarang to attend my cousin’s wedding. I was there for our days. I was involved in the preparation wedding ceremony. Like other Javanese wedding ceremonies, it has several complicated traditional rituals. EVENTS ORIENTATION The very first ceremony was Siraman (bathing ceremony). Siraman means to take a bath. The Siraman ceremony was organized in the afternoon. I was also involved in preparing the place and the stuff needed. After the Siraman, the bride was led to the wedding room. She was dressed with a traditional woman blouse (kebaya) and batik clothes. Make-up put on her by a traditional make-up woman who led the whole ceremony. The bride looked very beautiful. The second ceremony was Midodareni (ceremony on the eve before the wedding). The bride had to stay in the room from 6 p.m. to midnight accompanied by some elder women giving her useful advice. My other cousins and I also visited her for a while. The next ceremony was Paningsetan or Srah Srahan (traditional engagement ceremony). The family of the would-be-bridegroom visited the parents and the family of would-be-bride. They were bringing some gift. After this ceremony, I helped the women in the backyard. We packed the snacks for the party in the morning. In the following morning, Ijab Ceremony (religious marriage consecration) was held. I sat behind the bride. I really didn’t want to miss this moment because it is the most important phase in the wedding. After Ijab, there were some Javanese ceremonies following the wedding celebration. They were Panggih, Balangan Suruh, Wiji Dadi, Sindur Binayang, Timbang, Tanem, Tukar Kalpika, Kacar Kucur, Dahar Klimah, Sungkeman, and Mertui Ceremoni. I was too busy in the reception table so I did not follow all of those ceremonies. After the wedding rituals, the reception followed. The newly wed couple received blessing and greetings from the guests. The newly wed couple looked very happy although they couldn’t their tired faces. I went back home in the evening by the last train. I went happily because I could attend my cousin’s wedding even helped the preparation REORIENTATION
  40. 40. Hi Friends.. I’d like to tell you abou our experience Oh that’s great! Tell us then we will share our story! When Dilla and I were on our holiday, Dilla and I went to Bali. We were there for three days. I had many impressive experiences during the vacation. Really?? Then? Tell us more Well.. Listen to me…… DILLA
  41. 41. Here we go….. First day, we visited Sanur Beach in the morning. We saw the beautiful sunrise together. It was a great scenery. Then, we checked in to the hotel. After preparing our selves, we went to Tanah Lot. We met so many other tourists there. They were not only domestic but also foreign tourists. Waw I think it was a great day for you Yea.. that’s true! Second day, we enjoyed the day on Tanjung Benoa beach. We played so many water sports such as banana boat, jetsky, speedboat etc. We also went to Penyu island to see many unique animals. They were turtles, snakes, and sea birds. We were very happy. In the afternoon, we went to Kuta Beach to see the amazing sunset and enjoyed the beautiful wave. DILLA
  42. 42. Ah… I hope I was there I hope so.. The last day, we spent our time in Sangeh. We could enjoy the green and shady forest. There were so many monkies. They were so tame but sometimes they could be naughty. We could make a close interaction with them. After that, we went to Sukowati market for shopping. That was my lovely time. I bought some Bali T-Shirt and souvenirs. In the evening, we had to check out from the hotel. We went back home bringing so many amazing memories of Bali. DILLA Emb.. it is really interested to hear your story
  43. 43. Do you know there will be a carnival nextweek? What? I don’t know WHAT IS ANNOUNCEMENT? Announcement is a public statement about something that is happening or going to happen. Usually , the announcement only convey a message or information relating to the general public. THE TYPE’S OF ANNOUNCEMENT 1. Writing Announcement Example :
  44. 44. 2. Verbal Announcement Sorry sir,this place has been designated a non-smoking area.Therefore,smokers are expected to obey this rule. Smoking areas are available at the northern and shouthern part of this building.Any violeters w ill be prosecuted. This is the other of example Announcement A
  45. 45. . B
  46. 46.  Answer the following questions according to the announcement letter B 1. Where can you hear the announcement? 2. Where will the ships go? 3. Why are the sailings cancelled?  Answer the following questions according to the verbal announcement example 1. What is the announcement about? 2. Where are smoking areas provided? 3. What will happen to the law breakers  Answer the following questions according to the writing announcement example 1.Where is the announcement made? 2.How many vendors will participate in the event? 3.When wil the event end? What will the buyers get during the exhibition