To identify the information and vocabulary of the text
INDICATORS</li></ul> - Students can identify some specific information of the text such as the main idea and the purpose of reading text<br />-Students can identify some unfamiliar words of the text<br /> <br /><ul><li>OBJECTIVES
At the end of this meeting, students are expected to be able to:
Identify any specific information found in the text such as the main idea, the purpose of the text, and kinds of tenses of the text.
Find the meaning of unfamiliar words themselves at least 10 specific words
STEPSTEACHER’S ACTIVITIESSTUDENTS’ ACTIVITIESTIME ALLOCATIONPRE-ACTIVITY-teacher greets the students-teacher checks the students’ attendance list-teacher does apperception -raises students prior knowledge and gives clue to the new topic-teacher explains the objective of teaching and learning process-students respond to the teacher’s greeting-students listen to their name-students give explanation about their previous lesson -students respond the clue the teacher gives-students pay attention to teacher’s explanation10 minutesMAIN ACTIVITY-teacher explains briefly about some important points of the reading material-teacher asks students to make group of three( each has head number A, B, and C)-teacher distributes handout for every group-teacher asks some students to read their hand out loudly and discusses their difficulty about the reading material-teacher asks the students to work together with their group member to answer the question of the text-teacher monitors the students’ activities and helps the students who have a problem-teacher asks each group to collect their answer -teacher discusses the answer with the students by calling their head number randomly.-teacher gives chance to other students to ascertain the right answer and then decide the best answer-students listen to the teacher’s explanation-students form a group of three and decide their head number (A, B, and C )-each group receives the handout -students read their handout loudly and tells their difficulty to the teacher(such as pronunciation) - students cooperate with their friends to answer the question of the text-students actively discuss their answer among friends in their group-each group collects their answer-students whose number is called give the answer -students actively supply their own answer75 minutesPOST- ACTIVITY-teacher ask the students’ difficulty and supply comment and feed back -teacher concludes the lesson after giving the chance first to the students to give their own conclusion or additional knowledge they get from that lesson-teacher gives homework to the students and close the class-students pay attention to the teacher’s comment and feedback-students give their conclusion and listen to additional conclusion from the teacher-students listen to their homework and pay attention to their teacher.15 minutes
Value for Students: students scoremaximum score x 100</li></ul>Kendari, 17 June 2011<br />English Lecturer I,English Lecturer II<br />READING COMPREHENSION<br /><ul><li>A BLOOD DONOR</li></ul> Every hospital needs large supplies of blood for transfusion. It is given by donors. Before giving blood, the donor is given tests to determine his blood group and to make sure he is not suffering from certain diseases. When this has been done, his blood can be taken.<br />First he lies down with one of his arm is on a pillow. Next the nurse puts the cuff of the sphygmomanometer around his upper arm and inflates it to compress the veins. At this stage she cleans his skin with some ether and inserts the needle into a vein. As she does this, the blood begins to flow into a bottle until it is full. Meanwhile the donor opens and closes his hand to increase the flow. <br />As soon as the bottle is full, the nurse takes off the sphygmomanometer and withdraws the needle. Finally, she puts a dressing on the donor’s arm. The blood is immediately labeled and refrigerated. <br /><ul><li>Answer the questions below!