Deskripsi pemelajaran ata diklat : bahasa inggris



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KURIKULUM SMK EDISI 2004


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DESKRIPSI PEMELAJARAN
ATA DIKLAT : BAHASA INGGRIS

TUJUAN : 1. Menggunakan bahasa Inggris untuk berkomunikasi, antara lain mendengarkan, mengekspresikan diri, mengemukakan pendapat, menyampaikan informasi.

2. Mengembangkan logika dan kemampuan berpikir peserta didik.

KOMPETENSI : Berkomunikasi dalam bahasa inggris pada level novice (Score: 10 - 300)

KODE : A

DURASI PEMELAJARAN : 152 – 266 Jam @ 45 menit




SUB KOMPETENSI

KRITERIA KINERJA

LINGKUP BELAJAR

MATERI POKOK PEMELAJARAN

SIKAP

PENGETAHUAN

KETERAMPILAN

1. Memberi Salam (Greetings and leave takings)

[6 – 10 jam]



  • Ungkapan salam pada saat bertemu dan berpisah digunakan secara tepat.

  • Phonology

  • Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions

  • Time of the day.

  • Grammar: Simple Present and Personal Pronouns

  • Various communicative activities.




  • Logical

  • Effective

  • Efficient

  • Accurate

  • Appropriate

  • Polite

  • Friendly

  • Courteous

  • Fluent

  • Confident

  • Phonology:

      • Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.

      • Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.

  • Vocabulary:

      • Formal and informal expressions used in greetings and leave takings:

        • Good Morning/ Afternoon/ Evening; Hi, Hello.

        • How are you today? How’s life?

        • Goodbye; Bye; See you later.

        • Good night.

        • Fine, Well, etc.

      • Time of the day (incl. the concept on a.m. and p.m.)

  • Grammar:

        • Simple Present of BE: is, am, are

        • Personal Pronouns: I, you, he, she, it, we, they




  • Listening:

  • Matching greeting expressions with the time of the day.

  • Dictation.

  • Listening for information.

  • Speaking:

  • Saying greeting expressions based on the time given.

  • Role-playing dialogs describing greeting and leave takings situations.

  • Retelling a story.

  • Reading:

  • Writing:

  • Completing dialogs.

  • Arranging jumbled dialogs.

  • Writing dialogs.




2. Berkenalan (Introducing oneself and others)

[6 – 11 jam]



  • Percakapan tentant memperkenalkan diri sendiri dan orang lain diperagakan.

  • Phonology

  • Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions

  • The Alphabet (Spelling)

  • Nationalities and languages

  • Grammar: Agree ment; Demon-stratives; Yes/No Questions

  • Various communicative activities.

  • Logical

  • Effective

  • Efficient

  • Accurate

  • Appropriate

  • Polite

  • Friendly

  • Courteous

  • Fluent

  • Confident

  • Phonology:

      • Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.

      • Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.

  • Vocabulary:

        • Formal and informal expressions used in introduction:

        • My (first/last) name is …

        • This is Mr. Smith, our new manager.

        • How do you do?

        • Pleased to meet you.

        • (Please) call me ….

        • The English Alphabet (Spelling)

        • Nationalities and languages:

        • I’m American.

        • I come from America.

        • I speak English.

  • Grammar:

  • Noun - Pronoun Agreement

  • Demonstratives: this/these; that/those

  • Yes/No Questions



  • Listening:

    • Completing cloze dialog with oral (recorded) information.

    • Listening for information.

  • Speaking:

    • Saying and spelling own names.

    • Matching statements with pictures.

    • Completing dialogs with appropriate words and/or expressions.

    • Acting out dialogs containing introduction based on charts.

  • Reading:

    • Reading for information: dialogs, passages, charts.

  • Writing:

    • Writing statements based on the clues.

    • Matching expressions.

    • Completing tables.

    • Completing dialogs.

    • Writing dialogs



3. Berterimakasih (Thanking)

[6 – 10 jam]



  • Berbagai macam ungkapan untuk menyatakan terima kasih digunakan secara tepat.

  • Phonology

  • Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions

  • Grammar: Present Perfect, Wh-questions, Prepositions; Thanks for….

  • Various communicative activities.




  • Logical

  • Effective

  • Efficient

  • Accurate

  • Appropriate

  • Polite

  • Friendly

  • Courteous

  • Fluent

  • Confident

  • Phonology:

    • Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.

    • Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.

  • Vocabulary and expressions:

    • Expressions that need response of thanks:

        • Congratulation on ..

        • Etc.

  • Expressions used to show gratitude:

        • Thanks a lot.

        • Thank you.

        • Thanks in advance.

        • I’d like to express my deep gratitude to you.

        • Many thanks.

        • That’s very kind of you.

        • Etc.

  • Expressions used to respond to thanks:

        • Don’t mention it.

        • You are welcome.

  • Grammar:

  • Present Perfect Simple

  • Wh-Question: How long, how many times

  • Prepositions of place

  • Thank you for (noun/verb ing)



  • Listening:

  • Completing cloze texts (lyrics of songs, etc)

  • Dictation.

  • Listening for information.

  • Speaking:

  • Responding with thanks to various situations (congratulation, etc.)

  • Acting out dialogs containing thanking expressions.

    • Giving oral announcements.

  • Reading:

    • Reading for information: dialogs, letters, announcements, etc.

  • Writing:



4. Mengungkapkan perintah dan permintaan (Expressing commands and requests)

[10 – 18 jam]



  • Bentuk dan ungkapan untuk menyatakan perintah dan permintaan digunakan secara tepat.

  • Phonology

  • Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions

  • Grammar: Verb form used in Commands and Requests; Adverbs of Place and Manner: Wh-questions

  • Various communicative activities.




  • Logical

  • Effective

  • Efficient

  • Accurate

  • Appropriate

  • Polite

  • Friendly

  • Courteous

  • Fluent

  • Confident

  • Phonology:

  • Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.

  • Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.

  • Vocabulary:

  • Expressions and verb form used in commands and requests:

        • Sit down.

        • Come here.

        • You must follow the rules!

        • Could you do me a favor?

        • Would you mind closing the door?

  • Responses to commands and requests:

        • Yes, I will.

        • Certainly.

  • Grammar:

  • Base form of verb used in Commands and Requests: Listen; Pay attention, please.

    • Adverbs of Place:

        • Here; there

        • Next door; in the hall

  • Adverbs of Manner:

  • Quickly

  • Attentively

  • Wh-Questions: Where; How




  • Listening:

    • Acting out instructions.

    • Completing cloze texts.

    • Dictation.

    • Listening for information.

  • Speaking:

    • Responding to commands and requests orally.

    • Acting out dialogs.

    • Reporting what to do.

  • Reading:

    • Reading for information: manuals, instructions, etc.

  • Writing:

    • Rearranging jumbled instructions.

    • Writing dialogs containing commands and or requests.

    • Rewriting instructions with ‘You must ….’ based on a text.



5. Menyebutkan bilangan (Dealing with numbers)

[8 – 14 jam]



  • Bilangan kardinal dan ordinal digunakan dalam berbagai konteks secara tepat.

  • Phonology

  • Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions: Cardinal and ordinal numbers: Simple Arithmatic Process

  • Grammar: Plurality, Number – Noun Agreement, Quantitative Adjectives

  • Various communicative activities.

  • Logical

  • Effective

  • Efficient

  • Accurate

  • Appropriate

  • Polite

  • Friendly

  • Courteous

  • Fluent

  • Confident

  • Creative

  • Phonology:

      • Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.

      • Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, etc.

  • Vocabulary:

        • Cardinal numbers: one, two, three, etc.

        • Ordinal numbers: first, second, third, etc.

        • Numbers for identity: 5075 (five o seven five), G247 (ji two four seven), etc.

        • Numbers for measurements: 10 dollars, 176 cm, etc.

        • Numbers for Ranks and Series: the 2nd (second) step, June 6th (sixth), etc.

        • Simple Arithmatic Process: addition, reduction, division, multiplication.

  • Grammar:

      • Plurality: book – books, knife – knives, child – childrren, etc.

      • Number – Noun Agreement: 50 students,

      • Quantitative Adjectives




  • Listening

  • Dictations: telephone numbers, prices, sequence, arithmetic process (loose and or in contexts).

  • Listening for information.

  • Speaking:

  • Saying telephone numbers, prices, sequences, arithmetic process (loose and or in contexts).

    • Responding to questions relating to numbers.

    • Creating and role-playing dialogs based on the situations given.

  • Reading:

    • Reading for information: graphs, tables, menus, schedules, etc.

  • Writing:

  • Matching numbers and how they are said.

  • Writing how numbers are said.

  • Writing dialogs involving the use of numbers in various contexts.




6. Mendeskripsikan benda (Describing things)

[12 – 21 jam]



  • Benda dideskripsikan berdasarkan ukuran, bentuk, warna, letak atau dari bahan apa benda itu terbuat.

  • Phonology

  • Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions: adjectives for description

  • Grammar: Expletive ‘there,’ linking verbs, Prepositions of Location

  • Various communicative activities.




  • Logical

  • Effective

  • Efficient

  • Accurate

  • Appropriate

  • Polite

  • Friendly

  • Courteous

  • Fluent

  • Confident

  • Creative

  • Phonology:

    • Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.

    • Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.

  • Vocabulary for description:

    • Adjectives of quality: good, beautiful, etc.

    • Adjectives of size: big, small, etc.

    • Adjectives of shape: round, oval, etc.

    • Adjectives of Age: old, new, etc.

    • Adjectives of color: blue, red, etc.

    • Adjectives of origin: American, Chinese, etc.

    • Adjectives of substance: gold, wooden, etc.

  • Grammar:

    • Adjectives in series:

      • a beautiful, big, L-shaped , wooden house.

  • Linking verbs:

      • be, look, sound, smell, taste, etc.

  • There + be (existence):

      • there is + UN/Sing CN

      • there are + Plural CN

      • Prepositions of location: at, in, on, between, etc




  • Listening:

  • Matching pictures based on given description.

  • Dictation.

  • Listening for information

  • Speaking:

  • Describing things.

  • Discussing things based on the physical appearance.

  • Role-playing dialogs.

  • Reading:

  • Reading for information: passages

  • Writing:


7. Mendeskripsikan orang (Describing people)

[10 – 18 jam]



  • Seseorang dideskripsikan dengan menyebutkan ciri-ciri-ciri fisiknya misal: rambut, mata, hidung, mulut, warna kulit; dan ciri non fisik.

  • Phonology

  • Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions: adjectives for description

  • Grammar:

      • The verb ‘have’

  • Various communicative activities.




  • Logical

  • Effective

  • Efficient

  • Accurate

  • Appropriate

  • Polite

  • Friendly

  • Courteous

  • Fluent

  • Confident

  • Creative




  • Phonology:

      • Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.

      • Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.

  • Vocabulary: Adjectives for describing people:

  • Physically (appearance):

      • cute, beautiful, ugly, charming, etc.

  • Non-physically ( characteristics):

      • humorous, disgusting, etc.

  • Adjective phrases:

      • The young man in blue jeans is our new manager.

  • Grammar:

  • The verb ‘have’ for describing people:

      • He has long hair, white skin, oval face, etc.




  • Listening:

  • Matching pictures based on given description

  • Listening for information: short talk

  • Speaking:

  • Discussing the physical characteristics of persons.

  • Describing people based on the physical appearance

  • Role-playing dialogs.

  • Reading:

  • Reading for information: passages about one’s profile

  • Writing:

  • Describing people.

  • Writing short paragraphs based on the clues given



8. Mengungkapkan perasaan (Expressing feelings)

[10 – 18 jam]



  • Macam-macam perasaan (emotion) diungkapkan dengan tepat.

  • Phonology

  • Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions: adjectives expressing feelings.

  • Grammar:

  • Linking Verbs:

  • Subject – Verb Agreement

  • Various communicative activities.




  • Logical

  • Effective

  • Efficient

  • Accurate

  • Appropriate

  • Polite

  • Friendly

  • Courteous

  • Fluent

  • Confident

  • Creative

  • Phonology:

  • Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.

  • Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.

  • Vocabulary:

  • Adjectives expressing feelings:

  • happy, sad, etc.




  • Listening:

  • Dictation.

  • Listening for information: dialogs, paragraphs.
















  • Adjective with –ing and –ed:

  • boring vs bored,

  • disappointing vs disappointed, etc.

  • Grammar:

  • Linking verbs:

  • get bored

  • turn bad

  • Subject – Verb Agreement:

  • The manager was very satisfied with the rise of the revenue.

  • The discussion about the multi-dimension crises is being held in the city hall.

  • Etc.

  • Speaking:

  • Responding to questions involving feelings.

  • Expressing emotions based on certain events

  • Creating and role-playing dialogs based on the clues given.

  • Reading:

  • Reading for information: stories arousing readers’ emotions.

  • Writing:

  • Expressing emotions through writing.

  • Arranging jumbled dialogs.

  • Writing stories (bad and good experiences)




9. Membandingkan sesuatu (Comparing things)

[8 – 14 jam]



  • Bentuk kata sifat dan atau keterangan digunakan secara tepat untuk mem-bandingkan sesuatu.

  • Phonology

  • Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions:

  • Grammar:

  • Comparison of adjectives and adverbs

  • Noun substitutes

      • Adjective phrases with –ing/–ed forms.

  • Various communicative activities.




  • Logical

  • Effective

  • Efficient

  • Accurate

  • Appropriate

  • Polite

  • Friendly

  • Courteous

  • Fluent

  • Confident

  • Creative

  • Phonology:

      • Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.

      • Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.

  • Vocabulary:

  • Words and expressions used in the contexts.

  • Grammar:

  • Comparison of adjectives with –er/–est; more –/most – :

  • Among the girls in her class her hair is the longest.

  • This kitchen is more spacious than my living room (is).

  • Comparison of adverbs with –er /–est; more –/most – :

  • They filed the documents more neatly than the way you did.

  • Adjective Phrase (with –ing and –ed forms):

      • Noun substitutes: one/ones; that/those:

  • The working climate in this company is nicer than that in my previous company.

  • That’s the girl taking care of your son when you were away.




  • Listening:

  • Dictation.

  • Listening for information: dialogs, short talks.

  • Speaking:

  • Asking and answering questions using comparison based on pictures.

  • Asking and answering questions using comparison based on facts.

  • Role-playing dialogs.

  • Reading:

  • Reading for information: passages graphs, tables, etc.

  • Writing:

  • Writing sentences comparing two and or more things.

  • Rearranging jumbled paragraphs.



10. Menawarkan sesuatu (Expressing offers)

[8 – 14 jam]



  • Berbagai macam ungkapan untuk menawarkan sesuatu produk dan atau jasa digunakan secara tepat.

  • Phonology

  • Relevant vocabulary and expressions.

  • Grammar:

- Modal Auxiliaries

- Compound sentences

- V(1) – V(2) Constructions.


  • Various communicative activities.




  • Logical

  • Effective

  • Efficient

  • Accurate

  • Appropriate

  • Polite

  • Friendly

  • Courteous

  • Fluent

  • Confident

  • Creative

  • Phonology:

  • Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.

  • Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.

  • Vocabulary:

  • Expressions used to offer product and or services:

  • Would you like to have some drink?

  • Shall I get you a marker?

  • Grammar:

  • Modal Auxiliaries used in expressing offers:

  • SHALL/ SHOULD

  • WILL/ WOULD

  • Compound Sentences (Conjunctions: AND, OR, BUT):

  • Both the president and the vice president attended the meeting.

  • V(1) – V(2) constructions:

  • We want to finish the report after lunch.

  • They enjoyed eating in that restaurant.




  • Listening:

  • Listening to cloze texts (dialogs).

  • Listening for information: dialogs

  • Speaking:

  • Making offers based on clues given.

  • Responding to offers (accept and or refuse).

  • Creating and role-playing dialogs expressing offers.

  • Reading:

  • Reading for information: dialogs

  • Writing:

  • Writing statements using expressions of offer.

  • Writing a text (narration) based on dialogs.



11. Mendeskripsikan peristiwa yang sedang terjadi (Describing events)

[8 – 14 jam]



  • Bentuk ‘tense’ yang tepat digunakan untuk menggambarkan peristiwa yang sedang terjadi.

  • Phonology

  • Vocabuary and Expressions

  • Grammar:

- Relevant Tenses

- Introductory ‘there’

- Noun Derivatives


  • Various communicative activities.



  • Logical

  • Effective

  • Efficient

  • Accurate

  • Appropriate

  • Polite

  • Friendly

  • Courteous

  • Fluent

  • Confident

  • Creative

  • Phonology:

  • Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.

  • Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.

  • Vocabulary:

  • Words and expressions used in the contexts.

  • Grammar:

  • Present Continuous:

    • The man is fixing the equipment.

  • Future Continuous:

      • When you arrive at the office, your staff will be joining the briefing.

      • There + be (existence):

      • There is a party compaign in the city hall.

  • Suffixes to form nouns: -er/-or; -ist; -ty/-ity; -al; -ant/-ance /-ence/ancy/-ency;-ion/-ition:

      • teach – teacher

      • type – typist

      • apply – applicant, application

      • assist – assistang, assistance




  • Listening:

  • Listen to someone’s work experience

  • Speaking:

  • Reading:

  • Read an article from newspaper about someone’s work experience

  • Writing:

    • Writing someone’s ambition




12. Meminta dan memberikan ijin (Asking for and giving permission)

[8 – 14 jam]



  • Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk meminta dan memberikan ijin.

  • Phonology

  • Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions

  • Grammar:

  • Relevant modal auxiliaries

  • V(1) + Obj + V(2) Constructions:

  • Conditional Sentence Type I

  • Various communicative activities.




  • Logical

  • Effective

  • Efficient

  • Accurate

  • Appropriate

  • Polite

  • Friendly

  • Courteous

  • Fluent

  • Confident

  • Creative




  • Phonology:

  • Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.

  • Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.

  • Vocabulary:

      • Words and expressions used in asking for and giving permission:

      • May I come in?

      • You can leave before 7.

      • Do you mind if I leave now?

  • Grammar:

      • Modals Auxiliaries:

      • CAN/COULD

      • MAY/MIGHT

      • V(1) + Obj + V(2) Constructions:

      • The manager warned me not to be late again.

      • Will you let me go now?

      • We saw the old man crossing the street.

      • She is having her eyes examined.

      • Conditional Sentence Type I:

  • If the weather is nice this afternoor, we will go to the beach.




  • Listening:

    • Dictation

    • Listening for information: dialogs

  • Speaking:

    • Asking for permissions based on clues (word, picture)

    • Responding to someone asking for permission (positively/ negatively)

    • Creating and role-playing dialogs involving permissions.

  • Reading:

    • Reading for information: dialogs.

  • Writing:

    • Writing sentences asking for permissions based on clues.

    • Writing dialogs involving expressions of permission.



13. Mengungkapkan kemungkinan (Expressing possibility)

[6 – 10 jam]



      • Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk menyatakan kemungkinan.

      • Phonology

      • Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions

      • Grammar:

      • Relevant Modal Auxiliaries

      • Introductory ‘It’

      • Various communicative activities.




      • Logical

      • Effective

      • Efficient

      • Accurate

      • Appropriate

      • Polite

      • Friendly

      • Courteous

      • Fluent

      • Confident

      • Creative

      • Phonology:

      • Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.

      • Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.

  • Vocabulary:

- Words and expressions used to show possibility (future & past):

      • The meeting may/might begin soon.

      • The board meeting may/might have begun already.

  • Grammar:

    • Modals Auxiliaries:

      • CAN/COULD

      • MAY/MIGHT

    • Introductory ‘It’:

      • It is possible that ….

  • Listening:

    • Listening for information: dialogs, short talks

  • Speaking:

    • Making sentences expressing possibilities based on clues

    • Creating and role-playing dialogs expressing possibilities.

  • Reading:

    • Reading for: passages, dialogs

  • Writing:

    • Writing sentences expressing possibilities based on the clues given.

    • Writing dialogs expressing possibilities.



14. Menjelaskan tanda-tanda dan simbol (Explaining signs and symbols)

[6 – 11 jam]



  • Arti suatu tanda atau lambang tertentu dijelaskan dengan benar dan tepat.

  • Phonology

  • Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions

  • Grammar:

- Wh-word Questions

- Question tags



  • Various communicative activities.



  • Logical

  • Effective

  • Efficient

  • Accurate

  • Appropriate

  • Polite

  • Friendly

  • Courteous

  • Fluent

  • Confident

  • Creative




  • Phonology:

      • Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.

      • Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.



  • Listening:

    • Dictation: sentences explaining the meaning of signs and symbols

    • Listening for information: dialogs














  • Vocabulary:

      • Words and expressions used to explain signs and symbols:

      • That P sign means that you can park your car there.

      • The symbol ‘lady’ means the toilet is for women.

      • ‘No Smoking’ means we are not allowed to smoke in that area.

  • Grammar:

      • Wh-word questions: WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, etc.

      • What does this sign mean?

      • Where are we allowed to smoke cigarettes?

      • Question Tags Questions:

      • The board meeting starts at 9 a.m., doesn’t it?

      • All staff are invited to the meeting, arent You




  • Speaking:

    • Giving explanation based on signs and symbols given.

    • Creating and role-playing dialogs about signs and symbols.

  • Reading:

    • Understanding notices and reminders from a passage.

  • Writing:

    • Writing the explanation of signs and symbols.

    • Writing involving explanation of signs and symbols




15. Meminta dan memberikan petunjuk arah dan lokasi (Asking for and giving directions and locations)

[6 – 10 jam]



  • Berbagai bentuk dan ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk meminta dan memberi petunjuk arah dan lokasi suatu tempat.

  • Phonology

  • Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions

  • Grammar:

- Relevant Modal Auxiliaries

- Prepositions of Place and Location



  • Various communicative activities.



  • Logical

  • Effective

  • Efficient

  • Accurate

  • Appropriate

  • Polite

  • Friendly

  • Courteous

  • Fluent

  • Confident

  • Creative

  • Phonology:

    • Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.

    • Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.

  • Vocabulary:

    • Words and expressions used in asking for and giving directions and locations:

      • Could you tell me the way to the post office?

      • How can I get to the bank?

      • Go straight on. At the junction turn left. The bank is there beside the ….

      • Go straight on, take the second turn on the left.

  • Grammar:

    • Modals Auxiliaries:

      • COULD and WOULD

    • Preposition of place and location:

      • ON, AT, IN, BESIDE, etc.

      • IN FRONT OF, RIGHT BEHIND, etc



  • Listening:

    • Listening for information

  • Speaking:

    • Role-playing how to ask for and give directions based on the map given

  • Reading:

    • Read a location on the map.

  • Writing:

    • Writing directions or location



16. Mengungkapkan keinginan dan kebutuhan (Expressing wants and needs)

[8 – 14 jam]



  • Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk menyatakan keinginan dan kebutuhan.

  • Phonology

  • Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions

  • Grammar:

- Constructions with want or need

- Verb Derivatives



  • Various communicative activities.




  • Logical

  • Effective

  • Efficient

  • Accurate

  • Appropriate

  • Polite

  • Friendly

  • Courteous

  • Fluent

  • Confident

  • Creative

  • Phonology:

    • Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.

    • Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.

  • Vocabulary:

      • Words and expressions used in expressing wants and needs:

  • Grammar:

    • Want + noun/verb:

      • Do you want coffee or tea?

      • I just want to stay alone.

    • Need + noun/verb:

      • They need a lot of things.

      • Do we need to come?

      • This machine needs mending.

    • Prefixes and suffixes to form verbs: en-; -en; -ize; -fy:

      • You should ensure him about this matter.



  • Listening:

    • Listening to songs (cloze lyrics)

    • Dictation

    • Listening for information: dialogs

  • Speaking:

    • Interviewing for family needs.

    • Creating and role-playing dialogs expressing needs and wants

  • Reading:

    • Reading for information: passages, dialogs, etc.

  • Writing:

    • Writing sentences expressing needs and wants.

    • Listing one’s needs and wants.

  • Writing dialogs expressing wants and needs.
















      • Why don’t you shorten your visit to the branch office?

      • How will you classify these documents ?






17. Menyampaikan penyesalan dan permintaan maaf (Expressing regrets and apologies)

[8 – 14 jam]



  • Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk menyatakan penyesalan dan meminta maaf.

  • Phonology

  • Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions

  • Grammar:

    • Relative Pronouns:

    • Ellyptical Constructions

  • Various communicative activities.




  • Logical

  • Effective

  • Efficient

  • Accurate

  • Appropriate

  • Polite

  • Friendly

  • Courteous

  • Fluent

  • Confident

  • Creative

  • Phonology:

      • Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.

      • Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.

  • Vocabulary:

        • Words and expressions used to show regrets and apologies:

      • I regret to tell you that ….

      • I am sorry that ….

      • I am afraid I won’t be able to come.

      • Please forgive me for ….

      • I apologize for ….

  • Grammar:

    • Relative Pronouns:

      • That’s the man who will manage this branch office.

      • Have they decided the site where the party would be conducted?




  • Listening:

    • Dictation

    • Listening for information: dialogs

  • Speaking:

    • Interviewing someone on bad experiences.

    • Creating and role-playing dialogs expressing regrets and apologies.

  • Reading:

    • Reading for information: dialogs, etc.

  • Writing:

    • Writing sentences expressing regrets and apologies.

    • Letters expressing apologies.

    • Writing dialogs expressing regrets and apologies.
















    • Ellyptical Constructions:

  • If you come to the party, I will, too.

  • The personnel manager has completed the report, but we haven’t.




18. Mengungkapkan simpati (Expressing sympathy)

[6 – 11 jam]



  • Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan secara tepat untuk menyatakan simpati.

  • Phonology

  • Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions

  • Grammar:

  • That clause

  • Various communicative activities.




  • Logical

  • Effective

  • Efficient

  • Accurate

  • Appropriate

  • Polite

  • Friendly

  • Courteous

  • Fluent

  • Confident

  • Creative

  • Phonology:

      • Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.

      • Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.

  • Vocabulary:

- Words and expressions used to express sympathy:

  • Congratulation on ….

  • I am happy to hear that ….

  • I am sorry to hear that ….

  • Please accept my condolence for ….

  • What a pity!

  • What a nuisance!

  • How awful!

  • Grammar:

    • Noun Clause with THAT:

  • I am happy to hear that you are promoted.

  • That she failed in the test has been predicted.




  • Listening:

    • Dictation

    • Listening for information: dialogs, passages, sad and or happy moments.

  • Speaking:

    • Making sentences exprssing sympathy based on given situations.

    • Creating and role-playing dialogs expressing of sympathy

  • Reading:

    • Reading for information: passages, dialogs, etc.

    • Identifying sentences expressing sympathy from a reading text.















  • Nobody will argue that Hamid is the best person for the position.




  • Writing:

    • Writing sentences expressing sympathy.

    • Writing letters involving expressions of sympathy.

    • Writing dialogs involving expressions of sympathy




19. Mengungkapkan kemampuan (Expressing capabilities)

[6 – 10 jam]



  • Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk menunjukkan kemampuan melakukan sesuatu.

  • Phonology

  • Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions

  • Grammar:

- Relevant Modal Auxiliaries

- Time Clauses



  • Various communicative activities.

  • Logical

  • Effective

  • Efficient

  • Accurate

  • Appropriate

  • Polite

  • Friendly

  • Courteous

  • Fluent

  • Confident

  • Creative

  • Phonology:

    • Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.

    • Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.

  • Vocabulary:

    • Words and expressions used talking about capabilities:

  • Can you swim to cross this river?

  • When I was a boy, I could (was able to) jump over that high wall.

  • Grammar:

    • Modal Auxiliaries to express capability:

  • CAN/COULD + Base form

  • Be able to + base form



  • Listening:

      • Dictation

      • Listening for information: dialogs

  • Speaking:

      • Interviewing on someone’s skills and capabilities.

      • Creating and role-playing dialogs expressing capabilities.

  • Reading:

      • Identifying skills and capabilities from reading passages.

      • Reading for information: passages, dialogs, etc.















    • Time Clauses:

    • When I entered his room, the manager was talking on the phone.

    • We had shipped the order when the cancellation was received.

  • Writing:

    • Writing sentences expressing capabilities.

    • Writing advertisement expressing requirements.

    • Writing dialogs expressing capabilities.




20. Mengungkapkan pilihan (Expressing preferences)

[6 – 10 jam]



  • Berbagai macam ungkapan dan bentuk digunakan dengan tepat untuk menyatakan pilihan.

  • Phonology

  • Relevant Vocabullary and Expressions

  • Grammar:

  • Constructions used to show preferences

  • Various communicative activities.

  • Logical

  • Effective

  • Efficient

  • Accurate

  • Appropriate

  • Polite

  • Friendly

  • Courteous

  • Fluent

  • Confident

  • Creative

  • Phonology:

    • Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.

    • Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.

  • Vocabulary:

- Words and expressions used in expressing preference:

    • I prefer coffee to soft drink at this time of the day.

    • I would rather stay home in weekends than go to the movies.

    • I like badminton better than volley ball.

  • Grammar:

    • Would rather … than ….

    • Prefer … to …

  • Like … better than ….



  • Listening:

    • Listening to cloze texts.

    • Dictation

    • Listening for information: dialogs

  • Speaking:

  • Reading:

    • Reading for information: passages, dialogs, etc.

  • Writing:

    • Writing sentences expressing preferences.

  • Writing dialogs expressing preferences.



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