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BAHASA INGGRIS

Kelas /Semester : X/1

Standar Kompetensi

Kompetensi Dasar

Materi Pembelajaran

A. Mendengarkan


> Memahami makna dalam percakapan transaksional dan interpersonal dalam kehidupan sehari-hari

> Memahami makna dalam teks funsional pendek dan monolog yang berbentuk procedure sederhana dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari


B. Berbicara


> Mengungkapkan makna dalam percakapan transaksional dan interpersonal dalam kehidupan sehari-hari

> Mengungkapkan makna dalam teks funsional pendek dan monolog yang berbentuk procedure sederhana dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari



C. Membaca


> Memahami makna teks fungsional pendek dan esei sederhana berbentuk procedure dalam konteks sehari-hari dan untuk mengakses ilmu pengetahuan

D. Menulis


> Mengungkapkan makna dalam teks tulis fungsional dan esei sederhana berbentuk procedure dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari





  • Merespon makna dalam percakapan transaksional dan interpersonal yang melibatkan tindak tutur: Berkenalan, bertemu, berpisah, memberi instruksi/arah

  • Merespon makna yang terdapat dalam teks fungsional pendek berberbentuk Iklan

  • Merespon makna dalam teks monolog sederhana yang menggunakan ragam bahasa lisan secara akurat, lancar dan berterima berbentuk teks procedure

  • Mengungkapkan makna dalam percakapan transaksional dan interpersonal yang melibatkan tindak tutur: Berkenalan, bertemu, berpisah, memberi instruksi/arah

  • Mengungkapkan makna yang terdapat dalam teks fungsional berupa Iklan

  • Mengungkapkan makna makna dalam teks monolog sederhana yang menggunakan ragam bahasa lisan berberbentuk teks procedure




  • Merespon makna dalam teks fungsional pendek berupa Iklan

  • Merespon makna dan langkah-langkah retorika dalam esei sederhana dan untuk mengakses ilmu pengetahuan dalam bentuk teks procedure




  • Mengungkapkan makna dalam bentuk teks funsional pendek

  • Mengungkapkan makna dan langkah retorika dalam esei sederhana berbentuk procedure

Hello,


How are you?

Good bye
Radio ad


How to make an ice tea

How do you do?

See you later!

Turn left on the next…


How to make hamburger

Printed Ad
How to

Goal, materials, steps


Language Features:

  • Imperatives

  • Adverb

  • Past participle

  • Noun phrase





UNIT 1


PROCEDURE TEXT
SPOKEN CYCLE

  1. Building Knowledge of Field

Task 1

Answer these questions orally!

  1. Do you like drinking coffee?

………………………………………………………………………………….

  1. Have you ever made it yourself?

………………………………………………………………………………….

  1. Do you like eating nasi goreng, too?

………………………………………………………………………………….

  1. Can you make it?

………………………………………………………………………………….
Task 2

Fill in the blank while you listen to your teacher reading the texts!

Text I

If you want to make (1)………., first prepare one (2)……………….. and (3) spoonful of (4)…………. What you have to do is to (5)………. them into a (6)………… Next (7)……….hot boiled (8)…………..into a glass and at last (9) ……….it well and the coffee is ready to (10)…….



Text II

If you want to prepare a cup of good cocoa, these are the ingredients and the steps.

Ingredients:


  • 1 teaspoonful of (11)………

  • 2 teaspoons of sugar

  • 1 cup of (12)…………..

  • Some milk

Steps:

    1. Mix the cocoa and (13)…………. in a cup

    2. Add the (14)……………….

    3. Stir them

    4. Add the milk

    5. If you want it to be (15)………………, substitute milk for the water

.

Task 3


Answer the following questions?

  1. Does the text have purpose? What is it?

Answer: ………………………………………………………………………..

  1. Does the text mention the materials? What are they?

Answer: ………………………………………………………………………..

  1. What sequences of steps can you find in the text?

Answer: ………………………………………………………………………..

  1. What tense does the text mostly use?

Answer: ………………………………………………………………………...

  1. Mention the time/temporal conjunction in the text?

Answer: ………………………………………………………………………..

Task 4


The following things are cooking utensils often found in the kitchen. Find their Indonesian meaning!

        1. Stove :………………………………………………………….

        2. Mortar :………………………………………………………….

        3. Pestle :………………………………………………………….

        4. Wok ………………………………………………………….

        5. Frying pan …………………………………………………………

        6. Skimmer : ………………………………………………………….

        7. Cleaver ……………………………………………………..........

        8. Knife :………………………………………………………….

        9. Grater : …………………………………………………………

        10. Funnel :………………………………………………………….

        11. Bowl :…………………………………………………………..

        12. Casserole :…………………………………………………………

        13. Dish : …………………………………………………………

        14. Plate : …………………………………………………………

        15. Saucepan : …………………………………………………………

        16. Vacuum flask : …………………………………………………………

        17. Kettle : ……………………………………………………….

        18. Scales …………………………………………………………

        19. Ladle : ……………………………………………………….

        20. Hand mixer :……………………………………………………….


Grammar Focus

Instruction

Study the following explanation!
Note

When telling people how to do things, we use imperative sentences.

These sentences are taken from the text.


  1. (You) Prepare one spoonful of coffee!

  2. Add boiling water!

  3. Mix one teaspoonful of cocoa!

The imperative form is used to express a command or request. It is obtained from the second person of the present tense of the verb. The subject you (singular or plural) is understood but not expressed. Imperative sentences use infinitive as verb.

e.g. Chop the tomatoes.

Don’t pour too much salt!
Task 5

Make imperative sentences dealing with the following:


  1. Making Omelet

    1. Take two eggs!

    2. ………………………………………

    3. ……………………………………….

    4. ………………………………………

2…Using a public phone

a. Pick up the phone holder!

b. ………………………………………….

c. ………………………………………….

d. ………………………………………….




  1. Borrowing book from the library

    1. Show the member card !

    2. …………………………………………

    3. ………………………………………….

    4. ………………………………………….


Expression Corner
Introducing Someone

Task 5


Perform the dialogues below!
Dialogue I

A new student, Rio, is standing in front of the class. The teacher asks him to introduce himself to the class.


Teacher : Rio, please, introduce yourself to your classmates!

Rio : Yes, Sir.

Well, Good Morning, Everybody!

I would like to introduce myself. I am Rio Ariawan. You can call me Rio.

Fatah : Where are you from, Rio?

Rio : I come from East Java. We move here because my father works in this town .. nowadays

Indra : Welcome in our nicest class, Rio. It’s nice to meet you.

Rio : Thank you. Nice to meet you, too.


Dialogue II

Affandy : Hi, Harry. This is my wife, Anna. And this is my son, Arga.

Harry : How do you do? How do you do, Little Boy?

Anna : How do you do? .

Arga : It’s nice to meet you, Mr…….er……….

Harry : Just call me Harry.

Affandy : What are you doing here?

Harry : I am picking up my wife. She works here.

Affandy : What does she do?

Harry : She is an accountant.

Affandy : Oh I see. How long have you been married?

Harry : It has been four months.

Affandy : I don’t know you’ve married.

Harry : I am sorry I didn’t invite you. We married in Spain. She is Spaniard.

There she is coming. Betty, this is Affandy, my old friend, and these

are Anna and their son Arga..

Betty : How do you do, Every body?

Arga : How do you do? I am glad to meet you, Mrs. Betty

Harry : Why don’t we just go for a drink? There’s a new restaurant here. Affandy : Thanks, Harry, we’re going shopping. See you later.

Harry & Betty : See you later!


Task 6

Answer these questions carefully!

Based on dialogue I

  1. What is Rio doing?

Answer:…………………………………………………………………………

  1. Where does Rio come from?

Answer: ……………………………………………………………………………

  1. Why does Rio move to new school?

Answer: …………………………………………………………………………..

Based on dialogue II.

  1. How many people are in the dialogue?

Answer:………………………………………………………………………..

  1. Who is Harry?

Answer: .. ………………………………………………………………………….

  1. How does Affandy introduce her wife to Harry?

Answer: …………………………………………………………………………..

  1. What is Harry doing?

Answer: ………………………………………………………………………….

  1. What does Betty do?

Answer: ………………………………………………………………………….

  1. What does Arga reply to Betty’s introduction?

Answer:…………………………………………………………………………..

  1. Why does Affandy decline to drink?

Answer: ………………………………………………………
Note :
A. To introduce yourself to other person you can use these expressions

Formal

  • How do you do? My name is ………………..

  • How do you do? I don’t think we’ve met before. My name is ……..

  • May I introduce myself?

  • Allow me to introduce myself…………………

Informal

  • Hello, I’m …………………………..

  • Hi, I’m ……………….


B. To introduce some one to other person you can say:

Formal

  • I’d like to introduce………..

  • Can I introduce ……………………………….. This is ……………….

  • I don’t think you’ve met……………………………..

  • May I introduce you to ………………………………

  • Let me introduce you to………………………………………..

Informal

  • Hi, this is …………

  • Hello, this is ………………………………..

  • Meet ……………………. This is ……………………


C. The answer can be:

Formal

  • How do you do?

  • I’m glad to meet you

  • I’m very glad to meet you

  • It’s very nice to meet you

  • I’m happy to meet you

Informal

  • Hi/Hello

  • Glad to meet you.

  • Pleased to meet you

Task 7


Perform with your partner!

What would you say if you want to introduce yourself to:

  1. Your new classmate.

  2. Your sister’s friend.

  3. The passenger that is older than you

  4. The new neighbor that is at the age with you

  5. Your father’s friend.

Task 8


Complete these dialogues then perform with your friends!

1. Situation: You introduce your friend to your sister, Annisa!

You : Annisa, I ‘ve brought home my friend Lizzy.

Lizzy, ………………………………………

Sister : Hello, Lizzy ………………………………..

Lizzy : Pleased to meet you, Annisa.


2. Situation: You introduce Arman to your uncle, Tom.

You : Good Evening, Uncle Tom.

Uncle Tom: …………………………………………

You : I’d like you to meet my friend Arman.

Arman, …………………………………….

Uncle Tom: ………………………………………………..

Arman : Hello, Mr, Tom
3. Situation: You introduce your teacher, Mr. Utsman to your father.

You : Mr. Utsman, this is my father.

Mr. Utsman: ……………………………………………………..,Sir?


  1. Father : How do you do? It’s very nice to meet you.

Task 9


Match the sentences on the left with the answers on the right!

1. How do you do? a. For about two years

2. What are you doing here? b. That sounds a good idea

3. Nice to meet you. c. Hi, I’m Jane. Nice to meet you.

4. What does your wife do? d. I’m visiting my wife.

5. How long have you been here? e. Nice to meet you, too.

6. Where is your wife from? f.. How do you do

7. Let’s have a drink g. Italy

8. This is Bob, my old friend h. She is a nurse.

Greetings

Task 10


Read these dialogues!

I. . Mrs,Martha, an English teacher, enters the classroom. The students are ready to

study English. .

Mrs. Martha : Good Morning, Students!

Students : Good Morning, Madam!

Mrs. Martha : How are you today?

Students : We are fine, thank you. And you?

Mrs. Martha : I’m fine, too. Well, Students, let’s start our lesson!


II. Fuad : Hello, Amir.! How are you?

Amir : Hi, Fuad. I am fine.


III. Fatty : Good Night, Mom!

Mother : Good Night , Honey!


IV. Sinta : Good Bye, Santi! See you later.

Santi : Good Bye, Sinta. See you again.



Note

To greet someone we can say:

  • Good Morning {between 24.00 – 12.00}

  • Good Afternoon {between 12.00 or lunch or the end of working day}

  • Good Evening {after work or 18.00}

  • Good Night {parting at evening/night}

  • Good Day {at 12.00 or lunch}

  • Hello {any time addressed to equals or older people}

  • Hi {any time addressed to equals}

  • How are you?


We answer those expressions above by saying:

  • Very well, thanks.

  • I’m very well, thank you.

  • I’m fine, thanks.


When we are parting we can say :

  • Good Bye

  • So long

  • See you later

  • See you on Sunday

  • See you tonight

  • I must be going now

  • I must be leaving now

  • See you at school tomorrow

  • Give my love to your mother

  • Please give my best regards

  • Please come again soon

  • I must go

  • I must say Good Bye

Task 11


Complete these dialogues orally!

1.. Rani : …………………., Mom.

Mother : Good Night, Sweet heart

.

2. Mr.Yoga : How are you?



Farid : I am fine,…………………………

Mr. Yoga : I am very well, too

.

3. Salsa meets Mutia at 3 p.m.



Salsa : Good ……………………………….., Mutia.

Mutia : …………………………………….., Salsa.


4. Edwin : Hi, Arnold! How are you?

Arnold : …………………………….., thanks. And you?

Edwin : ……………………………… Come and join us!

Arnold : No, thanks. I have a class now

.

5. Riana met the teacher at 2 p.m. in the library.



Riana : ………………………………….., Mr. Adam

Teacher : ……………………………………. How ……………………?

Riana : I’m ……………………………… How …………………….”

Teacher : …………………………………………………………


B. Modeling of Text

Task 12
Read this dialogue carefully!


Peter : Dessy, that chicken was delicious!

Dessy Did you enjoy it?

Peter : Very much. Please tell me how you make it!

Dessy : Oh, it’s very easy. You need about six pieces of chicken for two people.

Peter : And how do we prepare it?

Deasy : First, roll each piece of chicken in a little wheat flour.

Peter : Just ordinary wheat flour?

Dessy : Well, I usually use seasoned flour just to give a little extra flavor.

Peter : All right. Then what do you do?

Dessy : Then you heat a little cooking oil in the frying pan.

Peter : How much?

Dessy : You’ll need about half a cup. And then you fry the chicken in the oil for

three minutes until it’s nice and brown all over.

Peter : Just two or three minutes?

Dessy : That’s right. Now you take some vegetables: celery, carrots, an onion, and some mushrooms and slice them and after you have done that, you add the spices. I like put in some parsley, tarragon, a little salt and pepper. Just a pinch of each will be enough

Peter : Let me go through that again. After you brown the chicken, you chop up the vegetables, put them in the frying pan and then add the spices,

Dessy : Right, Now you cook the vegetables for another five minutes With the chicken, of course. And then you’re ready to add your wine. Pour it over the chicken together with about a cup of water.

Peter : That’s enough liquid, isn’t it?

Dessy : Yes, that’s plenty. Then put a lid on the frying pan and cook the chicken for another thirty or forty minutes on a very low heat

Peter : Oh it sounds easy. I’m going to try it next weekend.

Dessy : I can bring my recipe book, if you want me.

Task 13


Answer these questions!

  1. How many persons are in the dialogue? Who are they?

Answer: ………………………………………………………………….

  1. What are they talking about?

Answer: …………………………………………………………………..

  1. Mention the seasoning needed in the recipe above?

Answer: ………………………………………………………………….

  1. Mention the materials needed!

Answer: …………………………………………………………………

  1. How many pieces of chicken are needed for two persons?

Answer: …………………………………………………………………

  1. Why is the seasoned wheat flour suggested in that cooking?

Answer: …………………………………………………………………

  1. Mention some cooking utensils may be used there!

Answer: …………………………………………………………………

  1. Which time conjunctions are used in explaining the process of cooking?

Answer: …………………………………………………………………
Task 14

Retell how to cook the chicken based on the dialogue above beginning from the seasoning and the materials needed then the step of cooking!
Task 15

Study the following text!

Here is the recipe you need to make Mushroom Soup.


Goal : Mushroom Soup
Material : 12 ounces mushrooms

4 eggs yolks

½ teaspoon grated nutmeg

2 tablespoons chopped parsley

1 ½ teaspoons salt

6 tablespoons cream

½ teaspoons pepper

2 pints chicken stock



Procedure

Step 1 Prepare mushroom and put in frying pan with melted butter.

Step 2 Cover and cook for 10 minutes. Add stock.

Step 3 Season with salt, pepper, and nutmeg

Step 4 Bring to boil and then simmer for 30 minutes

Step 5 Sieve and blend until smooth, with remaining ingredients.

Step 6 Return to pan and heat. Remove pan from stove and cool.

Step 7 Add beaten egg yolks and cream, stirring gently. Do not boil.

Step 8 Garnish with chopped parsley and serve.
Task 16

Answer these questions!


    1. What does this text tell about?

…………………………………………………………………………….

    1. Where can you find such a text?

……………………………………………………………………………..

3. What is the purpose of the text?

…………………………………………………………………………….

4. What kitchen utensils are needed to cook mushroom soup?

…………………………………………………………………………….

5. What tense does the text mostly use?

…………………………………………………………………………..

Task 17


Complete the instructions with the provided words!

    • First, ………………about a liter of water into a saucepan and …………… salt.

    • Second, ………..the saucepan on the gas stove and ………………until the water………

    • Next, …………..about 80 grams of spaghetti per person

    • Then………….for about ten to twelve minutes.

    • Finally, ……….off the water and …………….

cook add drain pour

add serve heat put .



  1. Joint Construction of Text

Task 18


Read the following text!
How to Plant Bean Seeds

Material

  • Pot

  • Soil

  • Water

  • Bean Seeds

  • Labels or paddle pop sticks

  • Waterproof pen


Instruction

    1. Level the soil off neatly with your hand.

    2. Fill the pot with soil.

    3. Make three holes with your finger in the middle of the soil.

    4. Place one bean seed in each soil.

    5. Cover the bean seeds with soil.

    6. Water the plant.

    7. Write your name, date and “Green Beans” on the paddle pop stick with waterproof pen.

Now you can grow bean seeds.
Task 19

Answer the following questions!

  1. What is the main purpose of the text?

…………………………………………………………………………………..

  1. Mention the generic structure of the text!

…………………………………………………………………………………..

  1. How many steps to plant bean seeds?

…………………………………………………………………………………..

  1. Mention the verbs used in the text!

.............................................................................................................................

  1. How do you call for such verbs above?

…………………………………………………………………………………..

  1. What tense does the text use?

…………………………………………………………………………………..

  1. Do the steps written in sequences!

…………………………………………………………………………………

  1. Do you find the temporal conjunction in the text?

…………………………………………………………………………………
Task 20

Retell the text above using temporal/time conjunction!
Task 21

Put the suitable time conjunction in the blank!
firstly finally next after that then secondly
Making a Decorative Jar of Stones
Firstly …., collect some stones with interesting shapes, textures, and colors.

………........ put them in a bowl of warm soapy water.

……………, scrub them with a brush.

………….., the stones.

…………… stand them on the window sill for a day.

……………, give the stones thin coat of varnish.

let the varnish dry.

……………, arrange the stones in a glass jar or container and use it as an ornament


Task 19

Work in group of four. Discuss how to do the following things, then practice it orally in front of the class!

  • How to ask permission to follow the class because of coming late.

  • How to make nasi goreng.

  • How to cook rice.

  • How to make a kite.

  • How to make iced tea

  • How to operate the computer



  1. Independent Construction of the Text

Task 22


Tell your friends the following instruction of

  • How to play CD player.

  • How to take a picture.

  • How to play marble

  • How to take medicine

  • How to buy things in the department store

WRITTEN CYCLE OF PROCEDURAL TEXT

LEARNING OUTCOMES


  1. Reading a procedure text to know the organizational structure of procedural texts.

  2. Writing a procedure text.



      1. Building Knowledge of Field


Task 1. Read this text.

MAKE YOUR FURNITURE LONG LASTING

DULUX SUPER PAINT is a kind of safe painting to make your furniture long lasting.

There are simple ways to use it. First, remove as much as of the old paint as you can with paint remover or a pain scraper. Then, rub the surface to be painted with a sand paper until it is smooth. Next, clean the piece of furniture with a soft cloth until all the dust and dirt is removed. Finally apply the fast coat of DULUX NEW SUPER PAINT, use good brush or airless spray equipment. When it is dry, apply a second coat.







(Adopted from Look A Head 1, p.15)

Task 2. Answer the questions based on the above.



        1. What is the main purpose of the text above?

Answer:


        1. What does the first paragraph of the text tell you?

Answer:


        1. What does the second paragraph of the text tell you?

Answer:


        1. Write down all verbs in the text!

Answer:


        1. Does the title tell you the goal of the text?

Answer:

GRAMMAR FOCUS


Task 3. Study the following sentences.

  1. Rini cleans the surface of the furniture gently.

  2. We use airless spray equipment to paint the wall.

  3. A painter paints the wall carefully.

  4. I brush the floor in the bathroom.

  5. AQUA PROOF is a white cement liquid glue.

  6. They are good students in this school.



General Sentences Pattern of Simple Present

1. Using VERB

SIMPLE PRESENT PATTERN

The 3rd Singular Subject

SIMPLE PRESENT PATTERN

Non-3rd Singular Subject

Positive

she/ he/ it + V-s/-es + O.

Positive

they/ we/ I/ you + V1 + O.

Negative

she/ he/ it +

does not/ doesn’t + V1 + O.

Negative

they/ we/ I/ you +

do not/ don’t + V1 + O.

Interrogative

Does + she/ he/ it + V1 + O?

Interrogative

Do + they/ we/ I/ you + V1 + O?


2. Using To Be

Pronoun as Subject (S)

To Be

Adjective/ Noun/ Adverb

I

am

Adjective/ Noun/ Adverb

they/ we/ you

are

Adjective/ Noun/ Adverb

she/ he/ it

is

Adjective/ Noun/ Adverb


(+) S + to be + adjective/ noun/ adverb.

(-) S + to be + not + adjective/ noun/ adverb.

(?) To be + S + adjective/ noun/ adverb?



  1. Special Note

If the subjects are the third singular person (e.g.: he, she, it, John, the Earth, etc.), must be attached by –s after the verb. For instance, write  writes, open  opens, etc.

Exceptions:



  1. verbs ending in o, ch, sh, ss, x, zz, +es.

Examples: goes, watches, washes, kisses, fixes, buzzes



  1. verbs ending in consonant y become ies.

Examples: carry  carries

cry  cries

study  studies


  1. Verbs ending in y that comes after vocal, add –s after y.

Examples: stay  stays

play  plays

enjoy  enjoys
Task 4. Change the words in the brackets into correct Simple Present forms.


  1. I (sell) a can of AQUA PROOF.

Answer:


  1. Bambang Gunadi (present) a new product in Semarang.

Answer:


  1. A lady (buy) a kilogram of fruits.

Answer:


  1. My English teacher (teach) English for us patiently.

Answer:


  1. You (bring) an English book twice a week because you only (get) English lesson twice a week.

Answer:



  1. I (be) a student in grade X.

Answer:


  1. We always (study) hard to get good score.

Answer:


  1. Armand (not, be) ill. He (not, look) pale.

Answer:


  1. (be) you in Poncowati Convention Hall of Patra Hotel?

Answer:


  1. They (not, throw) the rubbish into the river, because they (want) to keep their clean environment.

Answer:

Task 5. Put the word in correct column according to your teacher’s guidance.



short

bowl

one

big

five

blue

orange

fresh

new

a/ an

small

coconut

nice

English

plastic

silver

young

tender

crystal

luxurious

pan

pen

writing

reading

sharp




Determiner

Adjective

Noun

Description

Opinion

Size

Age

Shape

Colour

Origin

Material

Purpose
























































































































Task 6. Put the words in the brackets into good adjective based on their order.



  1. My sister wear an/a (silky/ beautiful) blouse.

Answer:


  1. My father bought an/a (brawn/ round/wooden/ Jepara) table.

Answer:


  1. She is an/a (German/ interesting/ young) woman.

Answer:


  1. Tomi is an/a (fat/short) man.

Answer:


  1. Kartini is an/a (young/Javanese/ friendly) lady.

Answer:


  1. I have an/a (brown/ metal/ small/ rectangular) box.

Answer:


  1. My mother keeps her buying in an/a (red/ plastic/ large/ shopping/ cheap) bag.

Answer:


  1. Bondan wears a pairs of (leather/ expensive/ Magetan/ black) shoes.

Answer:


  1. They drink glasses of (sweet/ iced-lemon) juice.

Answer:


  1. Thousand of (big/ wonderful/ Italian) islands.

Answer:


                  1. Modeling of Text

Task 7. Study this following text in table.

GOAL

How to play a golf ball

Material Needed

A player, a club, a hole on the ground, a line (distance) to start from

Steps

1. First, lift the club backward away from the ball.

2. Second, keep the left arm straight to get the top of swing.



  1. Third, keep your head down all the time.

  2. Fourth, keep looking the ball, don’t look at the club.

  3. Then, swing down, swing down.

  4. After that, keep your left arm straight.

  5. Hit the ball and keep the head looking at where the ball was.

  6. Point the club toward the hole.

(Taken from: Comm. And Interact. English 1, p.26)
Answer these questions below.

  1. What does the text tell us about?

Answer:


  1. How many many players are involved in the game?

Answer:


  1. What important things are used in the game?

Answer:


  1. How many steps are there to play the game?

Answer:


  1. Underline the sentence connectors/ time conjunctions in the text above!

  2. What tense is mostly used in the text?

Answer:


  1. Mention the action verbs used in the text!

Answer:


  1. How can a player win the game?

Answer:


The text above is called “Procedure”.

A procedure describes how something is done through a sequence of actions or steps.

The sequences of actions or steps are marked by the words: first, then, next, after that, finally.

The structure of the text consist of: - Goal



  • Material needed (sometimes)

  • Steps/Methods

In writing a procedure, we commonly use the Simple Present sentences either they are in the form of: a. imperative

e.g. : - Draw a line a fair away from the hole.

- Flick the marble into the hole.

b. negative imperative

e.g. : - Don’t use a sharp thing to take the needle.

- Don’t talk when your teacher is speaking.

c. “must” or “mustn’t”

e.g. : - You must click the marbles together.

- You mustn’t cheat during the game.




                  1. Joint Construction of Text

Task 8. Rewrite this paragraph with correct punctuation.


how to cross the street safely

there’s more to pedestrian safety than looking both ways these guidelines follow the recommendation of the national highway traffic safety administration choose a corner where cars tend to slow down the most when crossing the street look to your left and to your right and to your left again before crossing the street continue looking to the side as you proceed once you have determined that you can cross the street safely obey crossing signals do not star to cross until the walk sign appears but if you have already started to cross the street get to the other side as quickly as possible remain alert to driver’s lights engine noises and other indications of oncoming cars both before and as you cross the street.


(Taken from: Look A Head, p.23)

Answer:


Task 9. Set the paragraph into stucture of a procedural text.

GOAL




STEPS

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.








C.2. Short Functional Text (Advertisement)

Activity 10.

Answer the questions based on the invitation bellow

.

1. Where can you maybe see the advertisement?



_____________________________________

2. What is Yooralla?

______________________________________

3. For whom the ad addressed to?

______________________________________

4. What is offered in the ad?

______________________________________

5. What kind of facilities are offered by Yooralla?

______________________________________

6. If you are interested to join the program, what

should you do?

______________________________________





                  1. Independent Construction of Text

Task 11. Write a certain instruction on how to do or make a thing. Complete with a picture.

    1. How to use a public phone.

    2. How to make a decorative jar of stones.

    3. How to sharpen a pencil using pencil sharpener.

    4. How to make special fried egg.



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