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Activity 13.

In pairs, write an invitation card based on the following situation.

1. You are a boy scout leader. You want to have a camping activity next Friday afternoon after school.

You write an invitation to your friends to discuss about it at school hall.

2. You are a class leader. You plan to have a ball competition next month. You invite your friends to discuss it

next Sunday morning at Nita’s house.

D. Independent Construction of Text.

Activity 14. (Tugas menulis sebagai portofolio)

Write your trip or holiday experience. Follow the structure of the text. Mind your tenses, word choices, and punctuation.

You may follow these steps.

Step 1 Make an outline

Step 2 Make a draft

Step 3 Revise your draft based on your teacher’s suggestion

Step 4 Write your final draft, then submit it to your teacher.


Name : ___________________ Date : ___________________

Student’s number : ___________________



Title

Orientation



Event 1

UJI KEMAMPUAN KOGNITIF 2

A. Choose the correct answer by crossing a,b,c,d or e

Text 1.


September 20, 2006.

Dear Grandpa and Grandma.


Yesterday at my school, we had International Day. We had performences, food stalls, displays,Raffle ticket draw and some of us were dressed in costumes.

We started our day off with performances but the one I liked best was the one from fourth grade.It was about games. The performance I was in was called Labamba.



Straight after performance, we had our lunch. There were food stalls. They came from Australia, Asia, Arab and Greece. Everyone had a job. I did my job after I had lunch. My job was to sell nternational Day books.

We had displays in the hall. The displays were good but I didn’t get to see them. The dispalys came from a lot of countries.

There was also a Trash & Treasure stall where they sell toys. The school get them by asking children to bring them in.

After lunch, we had a raffle ticket draw, I didn’t win anything but a lot of people did.

Although I didn’t win anything, International Day was still fun.

Love from Helen.

01. What kind of text is it ?

It is a ....



  1. spoof d. procedure

  2. recount e. descriptive

  3. narrative

02. What happened at Helen’s school ?



  1. They have a party

  2. They had a farewell party

  3. The had International Day

  4. They have a birthday party

  5. They had an inauguration party.

03. Does the last paragraph express a personal opinion

regarding the events described ?


  1. Yes, it was d. no, it doesn’t

  2. Yes, it is e. No, it isn’t

  3. Yes, it does.

04. When did the international Day happen ?

It was ...


  1. Yesterday d. September 20

  2. two day ago e. September 21

  3. September, 19

05. What was she like best ?



  1. games d. raffle ticket draw

  2. labamba e. food stalls

  3. displays

Text 2

The Day I Became a Hero



I was as amazed as anyone else when I found Brian. I was flying low over an area of forest, miles from anywhere, when I noticed smoke.

After that I pulled round and flew in low for a better look. First, I noticed that someone had cleared an area of trees. Then I saw the camp. I had to circle round a couple of times. After a while I was ready to fly in low and put the plane down on the lake. Next I paddled across to where Brian was standing, staring at me as if I was a ghost. Suddenly, he spoke and said his name.

You could have knocked me flat when I realised that I had found the kid!

06. Ais : What is the purpose of this kind of text?

Fathur : As our teacher said the purpose is …


  1. to retell events for the purpose of informing or entertaining

  2. to present two points of view about an issue

  3. to amuse or entertain and to deal with actual or vicarious experience in different ways

  4. to describe how something accomplished trough a sequence of steps

  5. to describe a peculiar person, place or things

07. Ais : How is the generic structure of the kind of text?

Fathur : As our teacher explained the generic structure are….

a. goal, events, reorientation

b. goal, materials and equipments, resolution

c. orientation, events, reorientation

d. orientation, steps, goal

e. goal, materials and equipments, steps


08. Ais : What kind of verb is mainly used in the text?

Fathur : It is …



  1. mental verbs c. linking verbs e. saying verbs

  2. thinking verbs d. action verbs

09. Ais : The material processes used in the text mainly are in ……..

Fathur : …


  1. infinitive form c. participle form e. to infinitive form

  2. past form d. Ing form

10. Ais : Who flew over the forest?

Fathur : I think …


  1. I

  2. The writer

  3. The reader

  4. Brian

  5. The kid

11. Ais : What did the writer notice when he flew?



  1. Brian

  2. Forest

  3. smoke

  4. anyone

  5. anywhere


12. I was as amazed as anyone else when I found Brian. I was flying low over an area of forest, miles from anywhere, when I noticed smoke.

The underlined sentence is called …



  1. twist

  2. events

  3. orientation

  4. resolution

  5. reorientation

13. Which paragraph tell us the “events” ”?



  1. paragraph 1

  2. paragraph 2

  3. paragraph 3

  4. paragraph 4

  5. paragraph 2 and 3



14. Kelly : When did you arrive at this town?

Marissa : I …………….in Karanganyar yesterday morning.



  1. arrived

  2. have arrived

  3. had arrived

  4. arrive

  5. arrives

15. John Doe : What did you do when I worked over time last night?

Mc Pherson : Oh, when you worked over time at the office I …………….our dinner


  1. cook

  2. cooked

  3. is cooking

  4. was cooking

  5. had cooked

16. Marlon : When did you eat at Diamond restaurant?

Brando : We ate at Diamond restaurant ………….


  1. : next time

  2. a week later

  3. a week ago

  4. now

  5. already

17. Which of the following word is not belong to material verbs?



  1. cook

  2. fry

  3. was

  4. fly

  5. speak

18. Aldi : ……………………to my office, please?

Bragi : With pleasure.


  1. could you go

  2. would you mind go

  3. will you went

  4. could you going

  5. can you gone

19 . John : Would you like to come to my garden party next Sunday?

Howard : ……………….I have to accompany my sister to the zoo.


  1. Don’t worry, I will come

  2. OK

  3. I’d love to, but

  4. I’d love to

  5. Yes, of course

20. Endang : In, I got a good news for you. You are accepted at Gajah Mada University!

Indri : …

a. What a shame

b. That sounds nice

c. that’s bad luck

d. What a terrible situation

e. I am sorry to hear that.




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 Narratives 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 Narratives sederhana dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari



C. Membaca


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

D. Menulis


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





  • Merespon makna dalam percakapan transaksional dan interpersonal yang melibatkan tindak tutur: - Janji, Simpati

  • Merespon makna yang terdapat dalam teks fungsional pendek berberbentuk anouncement

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




  • Mengungkapkan makna dalam percakapan transaksional dan interpersonal yang melibatkan tindak tutur:- Janji, simpati

  • Mengungkapkan makna yang terdapat dalam teks fungsional berupa anouncement

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


  • Merespon makna dalam teks fungsional pendek berupa announcement

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



  • Mengungkapkan makna dalam bentuk teks funsional pendek

  • Mengungkapkan makna dan langkah retorika dalam esei sederhana berbentuk naratif

I promise

I am sorry to hear that

School announcement


The Magic Candle

I shall return

Public announcement

The Bat and The Weasel

Timun Mas, The Boy who cry wolf

Language features:



  • Past Tenses review

  • Action verbs





UNIT THREE

NARRATIVES TEXTS



A. Spoken Activity
A. Building Knowledge of Field

A.1. Speech Functions (Listening and Speaking)

A.1.1. Showing concern/unconcern

Activity 1.

Listen to your teacher reading the dialogue. Then, read the dialog and answer the questions

Text 1.


Bambang : Are you all right, Dina? You look so upset.

Dina : Don’t bother yourself about me.

Bambang : Come on. You can tell me.

Dina : Don’t worry about me. I can take care myself.

Bambang : Dina, I’m your closest friend at this class.

Dina : Keep your nose to your self.

Bambang : O.K. If that’s how you feel about …
Questions.

1. Who are they?

_______________________________________________________________________________

2. How does Bambang show that he cares about his friend?

_______________________________________________________________________________

3. Does Dina tell her problem to Bambang?

_______________________________________________________________________________

4. Does Dina want Bambang to help her solve her problem?

_______________________________________________________________________________

5. Does Bambang insist to help?

_______________________________________________________________________________
Text 2.

Mother : Susi! Adrian is waiting for you in the living room. Come out!

Susi : Who cares?. I don’t care him anymore.

Mother : Susi, he says he wants to apologize…

Susi : So what? What difference does it make?

Mother : What happened? Did you have a fight or something?

Susi : It is more than a fight. He betrayed me. He made a date with another girl, Mom. I decided to

break him up. I don’t want to meet him anymore.


Questions

1. What’s wrong with Susi’s relationship with her boy friend?

_______________________________________________________________________________

2. What caused the problem?

_______________________________________________________________________________

3. Does Susi care about the boy’s visit?

_______________________________________________________________________________

4. What expression does she use to show it?

_______________________________________________________________________________
Activity 2.

Learn these expression




Expressing concern

Asking for care/concern

Is something the matter?

Is everything OK?

Are you all right?

What’s the matter?

Take care of yourself.

Take care, huh?

I ‘m worried about all of you

I’m concern about …

I care about you

I care about what you do

Does it really matter of you?

What do you care?

Do you really care?

What does it matter to you?

Doesn’t anyone care about me?

Nobody cares about me anymore.

Do you care if I live or die?





Telling one

Expressing Unconcern

I can take care of myself

It’s nothing

Don’t worry about me

Keep your nose to yourself

Stay out of my business

It’s none of your business

This is not your concern

Don’t bother yourself about me.

Who cares?

I don’t care.

Screw it/screw you

The hell with it.

So what?

What does it matter ?

What difference does it make?

Who gives a damn?

Activity 3.

Fill in the blank with suitable expression of expressing concern or unconcern.

01. Lina : ______________________________________________

Doni : It’s nothing. I can take care of myself
02. Dani : Kania, randi is looking for you.

Kania : ______________________________________________

Dani : What’s the matter, are you two quarreling again?

Kania : Yes, we are.


03. Budi : Is everything OK? You look pale.

Beni : _________________________. I am allright.

Budi : OK. Be careful.
04. Bandi : __________________________?. I think nobody cares of me.

Beni : Ahh. It’s just your own feeling. Everybody cares of you.


05. Alia : Bud, I found this cigarette in your bag. Are you smoking?

Budi : _____________________________________. I am an adult now.

Alia : I do concern.
Activity 4.

Make a dialogue based on the situation given.

01. When you arrive at school, you find one of your best friend crying in the corner of the class. You show

your concern.

You : _____________________________________________________________________

Your friend : _____________________________________________________________________

You : _____________________________________________________________________

Your friend : _____________________________________________________________________

You : _____________________________________________________________________

Your friend : _____________________________________________________________________


02. Today is rainy an stormy. You just stay at home with your little brother and sister. You tell them not to

worry and to enjoy themselves because you will protect them

You : _____________________________________________________________________

Your sister : _____________________________________________________________________

You : _____________________________________________________________________

Your brother: _____________________________________________________________________

You : _____________________________________________________________________

Your sister : _____________________________________________________________________

You : _____________________________________________________________________
A.1.2. Showing sympathy

Activity 5

Read the interview and answer the questions below it to express sympathy!

Situation: Yulia’s father is in “Mintohardjo navy hospital. He is the victim of “Kambuna ” ship which sank at Bawean island


Santo : Where do you want to go, Yul? You looks in a hurry and sad too .

Yulia : To the hospital. Mintoharjo navy hospital at Surabaya

Santo : Who is sick?

Yulia : My father

Santo : What ‘s the matter with your father?

Yulia : He got an accident this evening. The ship which he traveled with was sunk when it was passing

Bawean island . He is in bad condition now. He will be operated tonight.

Santo : Oh, dear. I’m sorry to hear that. Let me accompany you to the hospital.


Question!

1. Where does Yulia want to go?

______________________________________________________________

2. Who is in the hospital?

_______________________________________________________________

3. Why does he in the hospital?

________________________________________________________________

4. What does Santo say knowing the situation.

________________________________________________________________

Activity 6.

Learn the expression of Sympathy

The following are some utterances used to express Sympathy .




I am sorry …..

Oh, that’s a bad luck

What a shame!

I gave my deepest condolence That’s awful

Poor, Joko

I am very sorry to hear….

Oh, dear, I am sorry to hear that

You must be very upset

You must be very annoyed

Activity 7.

Make a short conversation expressing sympathy using the situation below!


  1. A: I have lost my wallet when I went to school this morning

B: _______________________________________________________

  1. A: Lisa lost his golden watch

B: _______________________________________________________

  1. A; My aunt was death yesterday. That’s why I didn’t come to the meeting.

B. : _______________________________________________________

  1. A: Budi was hit by a bus this morning

B: ________________________________________________________

  1. A: My table was broken by someone. All my money was stolen

B: ________________________________________________________
A.2. Listening : Monolog

Activity 8 .Listening to a story



Fill in the missing words while you are listening to the following story read by your teacher.

Form



First Part.

The Magic Candle

One day, a young wanderer _______(1) lost in a wood. Suddenly he ______(2) a light from an old hut. He ______(3) on the door, and an old woman ______(4) it. She was crying. She said that the devil _________(5) her magic candle. The candle granted anything she asked. The wanderer ______(6) her where the devil ______(7). “In a castle it is not far from here,” said the old woman sadly.


The wanderer ______(8) to the castle. There he ______(9) the devil, but he was old and weak. Therefore when the wanderer ______(10) the magic candle from the devil’s table and _____(11) away, he couldn’t chase him.

But the wanderer was not a kind man. He didn’t return the candle to the old woman, but ______(11) it for himself. He ____(12) the candle and made a wish proudly “I want to go far away from here.” Suddenly the genies ______(13) and took him to a beautiful palace. There was party in the palace. ……. (Continue next page)




Form



Second Part.

……..


The wanderer _____(14) to make some money. So he lit the candle again and ______(15) gold or some jewelry. He _____(16) them to the guests and was soon making a lot of money. Then the Princess ____(17) to buy jewelry, but there was nothing left. The wanderer ____(18) in love with her and asked her to marry him. The kind princess said yes, and they got married the next day In his happiness, the wanderer told the princess about his adventure and the magic candle. Hearing that, the princess ____(19) very angry. At night she lit the candle and wished that the wanderer disappeared.

As the morning the wanderer _____(20) and found himself back in his ugly house in the village.

(Adapted from Fun Plus 05)

Activity 9.

Answer the following questions based on the text.


  1. Where did the story occur? What sentences in the text show this?

_______________________________________________________________________________

  1. Who are the actors of the story?

_______________________________________________________________________________

  1. What problems did the old woman have with her magic candle?

_______________________________________________________________________________

  1. Was the problem solved?

_______________________________________________________________________________

  1. How was the problem solved?

_______________________________________________________________________________

  1. Did the wanderer give back the magic candle to the old lady ? why did he do that?

_______________________________________________________________________________

  1. Did the story end in happy ending or sad ending for the wanderer?

_______________________________________________________________________________

  1. What sentence supports your argument?

_______________________________________________________________________________
Activity 10.

Checking your understanding. Write T if the sentence is True, and F if it is False.

________ 1. The magic candle was stolen by the old wanderer from the young devil.

________ 2. The magic candle could grant everything one wishes.

________ 3. The young wanderer returned the candle to the old woman.

________ 4. The young wanderer wished to have a beautiful wife.

________ 5. The princess was very happy hearing the story of the wanderer’s adventure

________ 6. The princess used the magic candle to make the wanderer disappear.

________ 7. The old woman got back her magic candle.

________ 8. The wanderer became poor again

Activity 11

These sentences are taken from the text. Study them carefully!



  1. He knocked on the door, and an old woman opened it.

  2. The wanderer grabbed the magic candle from the devil’s table and ran aw

What do you call the underlined verbs? Do you still remember? These verbs are called verbs of doing or action verbs .Now can you find others of the same type in the text?



1.

Saw

11.




2.

crying

12.




3.




13.




4.




14.




5.




15.




6.




16.




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17.




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18.




9.




19.




10.




20.



Activity 12.

Correct the action verbs in the bracket using the Simple Past Tense. See the example!

I ……..(meet) him in town last Monday.

I met him in town last Monday.


  1. Wendy was late so she …….(run) to the bus stop.

  2. Diana ………(take) out her umbrella because it rained.

  3. The pupils………(hand) their papers to the teacher.

  4. Shakespeare ……..(write) “Romeo and Juliet” many decades ago.

  5. Hamidah ……..(fly) to Australia a fortnight ago.

  6. Mrs. Qiu ……..(bake) a cake yesterday.

  7. When the alarm …….(ring) yesterday, All of students left out their class.

  8. We …….(drive) our car when the earthquake happened .



B. Modelling of Text

Activity 13. Studying the structure of a Narrative



L



isten to your teacher ‘s reading the following story aloud. Pay attention to the structure of the text and the language features.


Text Organization

A Bat and The Weasels


Language Features

Orientation

  • when

  • who

  • where

One evening, a bat went out to hunt for food even though he was not well. As he flew after some insects, he felt dizzy and fell to the ground in a field.



Action Verbs

(Highlighted)

Complication
A crisis arises

Before he could get up, a weasel pounced on him. “Please, Mr. Weasel,” the bat pleaded,” please let me go!”. The weasel just laughed, “Certainly not! I am a great hunter of birds!”


Saying Verbs

(In Italics)

Resolution
The crisis is resolved

Thinking quickly, the bat replied,” Oh, but I am not a bird, I am a mouse. Look closely at my face. Don’t I look like a mouse?”. The weasel agreed and let him go.


Feeling verbs

(in bold)

Complication
Another crisis arises

A short time later, the bat fell to the ground again and was caught by a second weasel. Once again, he had to plead for his life. “Why shouldn’t I kill you? I hunt mice! Exclaimed the weasel.

Time conjunctions and connectives

(underlined)



Resolution
The crisis is resolved

“Oh, but I am not a mouse,” he answered. “ I am a bat. Have you ever a mouse with wings?” he asked, spreading his wings for the weasel to see. The weasel was convinced and set him free.

Rose Wilson,2003:12





Activity 14. Understanding the text structure.

Answer the following questions


  1. What does the writer want with the story?

___________________________________________________________________________

  1. In which part does the writer identify the main character of the story?

___________________________________________________________________________

  1. In which part does the writer identify the time and place where the story happened?

___________________________________________________________________________

  1. Who are the characters in this story?

___________________________________________________________________________

  1. Who is the main character?

___________________________________________________________________________

  1. When did the story happen?

___________________________________________________________________________

  1. Where did this story take place?

___________________________________________________________________________

  1. What do you learn from the complication?

___________________________________________________________________________

  1. What do you learn from the resolution?

___________________________________________________________________________

  1. What moral do you learn from this story?

___________________________________________________________________________


Summary:

The text above is organized in Narrative form. The text organization includes:

1. Orientation : introducing the characters of the story, the time and

the place the story happened. (Who/What, When and

where)

2. Complication : a series of events in which the main character attempts



to solve the problem.

3. Resolution : the ending of the story containing the problem solution



Activity 15. Identifying the structure of a text.



Label the parts of this story with orientation, complication or resolution






Why do hawks hunt chicks?
Once upon a time, a hawk fell in love with a hen. The hawk flew down from the sky and asked the hen, “Will you marry me?”
The hen loved the brave, strong hawk and wished to marry him. But he said, “ I cannot fly as high as you can. If you give me time, I may learn to fly as high as you. Then we can fly together”.
The hawk agreed. Before he went away, he gave the hen a ring. “ This is to show that you have promised to marry me, “ said the hawk.

It so happened that the hen that the hen had already promised to marry a rooster. So, when the rooster saw the ring, he became very angry. “throw that ring away at once!” shouted the rooster. The hen was so frightened at the rooster’s anger that she threw away the ring immediately.


When the hawk came a few month later, the hen told him the truth. The hawk was so furious that he cursed the hen, “Why didn’t you tell me earlier ? Now, you’ll always scratching the earth, and I’ll always be flying above to catch your children,” said the hawk.

(Adapted from Look Ahead 2: Eudia Grace, 2005: 42)


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Activity 16. Understanding the story.

Answer the questions.


  1. Who are the characters of the story?

__________________________________________________________________________

  1. Who is the main character?

__________________________________________________________________________

  1. What is the story about?

__________________________________________________________________________

  1. Which is loved more by the hen, the hawk or the rooster?

__________________________________________________________________________

  1. Why was the rooster angry with the hen?

__________________________________________________________________________

  1. Why did the hawk curse the hen?

__________________________________________________________________________

  1. What was his curse?

__________________________________________________________________________

  1. What is the moral of the story?

__________________________________________________________________________
C. Joint Construction of Text

Activity 17.

> Make a group of four

> Read this jumbled story, then arrange it into correct order






  1. The underworld went to Hades (Pluto). He is not only called the God of Death but also the God of Wealth because of the precious metals hidden in the earth.

  2. The story goes that Cronus learned that one of his children would overthrow him. To prevent this, every time Rhea gave birth to a child he would swallow it. However, when their son Zeus (Jupiter) was born, Rhea had him hidden on the island of Crete. Then she presented Cronus with a stone, instead of the baby, wrapped in swaddling clothes. Cronus swallowed the stone, and Zeus grew to manhood. Zeus then forced his father to disgorge his brothers and sisters, and with their help overthrew Cronus and the other Titans.

  3. The greatest power in this new universe went to Zeus, who ruled over all gods and men from his palace high on mount Olympus. He was the God of justice and the God of oaths and hospitality. He married his sister Hera, and together they became the heads of a divine family made up of themselves and ten other gods and goddesses.

  4. In the beginning, according to the ancient Greeks, there was Chaos – a great mass of darkness without shape or sound or meaning. Out of this grew Night and Erebus, the shadowy world under the earth, which is the home of death. The came a wonderful thing called Love, which produced Light and Day. Mother earth, called Gaea, appeared next with Heaven’s blue, star-studded dome on high.

  5. One brother, Poseidon, ruled the sea. He always carried a three-pronged spear. When he drove his golden chariot over the waters, they became calm and smooth before him.

  6. Now that Zeus and his brothers and sisters had power over the universe, they drew lots to see who should control different kingdoms

  7. Monsters first inhabited this mythological world, but in time giants called Titan drove them out. Cronus was the rulling Titan, and Rhea, his sister, was his queen


Put the result of your discussion into this chart.

1. __________

2. __________

3. __________

4. __________

5. __________

6. __________

7. __________

Activity 18.

Work in the same group, put every part of the story in its text structure.

Title:

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Orentation

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Complication

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Resolution

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D. Independent Construction of Text


Activity 19. Creating and Telling a Story

> Now, it’s time for you to create your own story

> Make sure that in your story you include orientation, complication, and resolution

> Then, tell your story to the class.

Example:

Sleeping Beauty

Long ago, in the Neverland, there lived a very beautiful princess, Gabrielle. The Queen was her stepmother. She was very jealous of her beauty. So she wanted her to die.

Gabrielle knew about her evil plan. She escaped into a forest. There she made a friend with seven dwarfs.

The Queen turned into a witch. Gabrielle did not realize it. The witch gave her poisoned apple. As a result, Gabrielle was put into sleep for years.

Fortunately, in the end, Prince Charming received her with a kiss. They lived together happily ever after.
Good morning class. Well, I have a very interesting story. The story is about a beautiful princess. Her name was Gabrielle. Long ago,_______________________________________________________

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WRITTEN CYCLE


  1. Building Knowledge of text

A.1. Explore your knowledge

Activity 1

What do you know about these?


  1. What is a legend?

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  1. What is a myth?

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  1. What is a fable?

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  1. What is a folk tale?

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  1. What is a fairy tale?

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  1. What is your favorite story?

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Activity 2

Classify to which group the stories below.




No

Title

Folk Tale

Fable

Legend

Fairy Tale

1.

2.


3.

4.


5.

6.


7.

8.

9.



10.

Cinde laras

Pinocchio

The fox and the crow

Thumbelina

Timun Mas

Ali Baba and the forty thieves

Aladin and His Lamp

Sangkuriang

The City Mouse and the country mouse

The happening of Banyuwangi






X






Activity 3

Find as many words or phrases related to “characters “in a narratives texts.




Stepmother




Narrative’s characters






Activity 4.

Match the words in column A with their meaning in column B

No.




A

B

1.

{ }

Dwarf

A woman supposed to have supernatural powers related to evils spirits

2.

{ }

Knight

The ruler of a kingdom

3.

{ }

Prince

Any human being that is smaller than common man

4.

{ }

Princess

A military servant of the king or other feudal superior

5.

{ }

Fairy

The daughter of a royal family

6.

{ }

Witch

The king’s wife

7.

{ }

King

Imaginary beings usually in human form with supernatural powers

8.

{ }

queen

The son of a royal family

Activity 5

Complete the story with the words in the box.

Long time ago, _________(1) Roland and his queen whished for a child. At last a daughter was born. They named it Andora. To ________(2) the baby princess, the King held a great party. Nobles and peasants, __________(3) and their ladies, were invited. All were in the joyful moment. King Roland also invited his good friend, Count Leroy De Goulline. The count brought his young son, ______(4) Jamiere, with him.

Among the quests were one good ________(5). She was Fiona. She wished the _________(6) with a gift. Waving her hand, Fiona said, “ My gift shall be…..,”

Before she could continue her speak, the _________(7) door flew open. It was the devil ______(8) named Valencia. She was furious because the King didn’t invite her to the_____(9) . “ And my gift for the child is,” said the witch, “ before the sun sets on her seventeenth birthday, she shall prick her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel and sleep forever.”. Then she disappeared.

But Fiona was still there. She said, “ When there’s true love’s kiss, the _______(10) shall break and the princess open her eyes.”.

(Adapted : http/www.geocities.com/disneywonders/story4.html)



Castle spell feast King prince
Princess knights honor fairy witch

A.2. Grammar Focus

A.2.1. Past Tense (Review)

Study the following tense

1. Sentence Pattern


Pola

Keterangan waktu

1. S + V2 + O/Ket

2. S+ did not V1+ O/Ket

3. Did + S + V1+ O/ket


Yesterday

Last …….


…..ago

at that time

in……..(Tahun)


To be: was, were




2. Function

To express an activity that is done in a single time in the past.
3. Examples


  1. 1. Snow white walked with the dwarfs when Cinderella met her two days ago

  2. 2. Snow white didn’t walk with the dwarfs when Cinderella met her two days ago.

  3. 3. Did Snow white walk with the dwarfs when Cinderella met her two days ago?

  4. 4. Snow white was the most beautiful girl when we studied together at Howgart College.

  5. 5. The dwarfs were the closest friends of Snow white when she was in the jungle.

Activity 6.

Complete the story with the verbs in the brackets. Change the verbs into past.

      1. The Boy Who Cried Wolf

There once (1) _________(be) a shepherd boy who was bored as he (2) ________(sit) on the hillside watching the village sheep. To amuse himself he (3) ________(take) a great breath and (4) ______(sing) out, "Wolf! Wolf! The Wolf is chasing the sheep!"

The villagers (5) _______(come) running up the hill to help the boy drive the wolf away. But when they arrived at the top of the hill, they found no wolf. The boy (6) _________(laugh at) the sight of their angry faces.

"Don't cry 'wolf', shepherd boy," said the villagers, "when there's no wolf!" They went grumbling back down the hill.

Later, the boy sang out again, "Wolf! Wolf! The wolf is chasing the sheep!" To his naughty delight, he watched the villagers run up the hill to help him drive the wolf away.

When the villagers saw no wolf they sternly said, "(7) _________I just (not, tell) you ? Don't cry 'wolf' when there is NO wolf!"

But the boy just (8) _____________(grin) and watched them go grumbling down the hill once more.

Later, he saw a REAL wolf prowling about his flock. Alarmed, he leaped to his feet and sang out as loudly as he could, "Wolf! Wolf!"

But the villagers thought he was trying to fool them again, and so they (9)_________(not, come).

At sunset, everyone wondered why the shepherd boy hadn't returned to the village with their sheep. They went up the hill to find the boy. They found him weeping.

"There really was a wolf here! The flock has scattered! I (10) __________(cry out), "Wolf!" Why didn't you come?"

An old man tried to comfort the boy as they walked back to the village.

"We'll help you look for the lost sheep in the morning," he said, putting his arm around the youth, "Nobody believes a liar...even when he is telling the truth!"

A.2.2. Past Perfect tense (Review)

Study the following tense

1. Sentence Pattern


General pattern

Keterangan waktu

S + Had + V3 + O/Ket




When S + V2

Before S + V2


After S + Had + V3+ O/Ket

As soon as S + Had + V3 + O/ket

S+ V2


S+ V2

I

You


We had been + Noun/Adj/Adverb

They


She

He

it












More complete pattern

Examples

A.

Verb pattern







(+) S+ had +V3

Mr. John had arrived when you come here.




(-) S+ Had not + V3

Mr. John hadn’t arrived when you come here.




(?) Had + S + V3 ?

Had Mr. John arrived when you come here?










B.

Be pattern







(+) S + Had been + N/Ad/adj

Mrs. Sally had been here before you arrived




(-) S + Had not been + N/Ad/adj

Mrs. Sally hadn’t been here before you arrived




(?) Had +S + been + N/Ad/adj ?

Had Mrs. Sally been here before you arrived?









2. Function

To express an activity that was done where there was something happened.
Activity 7.

Change the following sentences into Past Perfect form!



  1. After the Mr. John (cut down) the trees, he (chop) them.

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  1. When Mrs. Karina (come) to the cottage, the servants (clean) it

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  1. The skydivers (fall) down to the river before their trainer (catch) them

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  1. As soon as the dog s( round) the goat up to the paddock near the house, Mr. Hani (let) them into

the milking shed.

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  1. The owner of the farm (take) the eggs already when the trader (arrive)

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  1. The fisherman (spend) all his money to buy boat when the fishing time (come)

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  1. The fisherman (sell) the fish after he (land) in the harbour.

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  1. The owner of the farm (cultivate) his land before he (plant) the vegetables

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  1. The farmer (grow) their crops before they (harvest) them

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  1. As soon as the soldier (drop ) in the battle field, they (attack) their enemy

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B. Modeling of The Text

B. 1. Narratives Text

Activity 8.

Read the story carefully .Study the structure of the text. Answer the questions below.

Timun Mas




Orientation

Long long time ago, there was a farmer couple. They were staying in a village near a forest. They lived happily.


Complication 1

Unfortunately, they hadn’t had any children yet.


Resolution 1

Every day they prayed to God for a child. One day a giant passed their home. He heard what they were praying. Then the giant gave them a cucumber seed.

"Plant this seed, then you’ll get a daughter,” said the giant. “Thank you, Giant,” said the couple. “But in one condition, in her 17-th birthday, you must give her to me,” said the Giant. The couple wanted a child so much that they agreed without thinking first.

Then the couple planted the cucumber seed. Each day they took care the growing plant so carefully. Months later, a golden cucumber grew from the plant. The cucumber was getting heavier and bigger each day. When it was ripe, they picked it. Carefully they cut out the cucumber and how surprised were they when they found a beautiful baby inside. They were so happy. They named the baby Timun Mas, or Golden Cucumber.

Complication 2



Years were passing by and Timun Mas had grown into a beautiful girl. Her parents were very proud of her. But their happiness turned to fear when her 17th birthday came. The giant returned to ask for their promise. He was going to take Timun Mas away.


Resolution 2

The farmer tried to be calm. “Just a moment, please. Timun Mas is playing. My wife will call her,” he said. Then the farmer came to his daughter. “My child, take this,” as he was giving her a little bag to Timun Mas. “This will help you from the giant. Now, run as fast as you can,” he ordered. So Timun Mas ran away.


Complication 3

The couple was very sad about her leaving. But they didn’t want the giant to eat Timun Mas. Meanwhile, the giant had been waiting for too long. He became impatient. Somehow he knew that the couple had lied to him. So he destroyed their house and ran for Timun Mas.

The giant was chasing Timun Mas and he was getting closer and closer. Timun Mas then took a handful of salt from her little bag. She spread out the salt behind her. Suddenly a wide sea appeared between them. The giant had to swim to reach her




Resolution 3

Timun Mas was still running, but now the giant almost caught her. Then she took some chilly and threw them to the giant. The chilly suddenly grew into some trees and trapped the giant. The trees grew some thorns as sharp as a knife. The giant screamed painfully. At the mean time, Timun Mas could escape again.


Complication 4

But the giant was very strong. Again he almost caught Timun Mas. So Timun Mas took the third magic stuff, the cucumber seeds. She threw the seeds and suddenly they became a wide cucumber field. The giant was very tired and hungry so he ate those fresh cucumbers. He ate too much that he felt sleepy and fell asleep soon.

Resolution 4

Timun Mas kept on running as fast as she could. But soon she was very tired herself. To make things worse, the giant had woken up! Timun Mas was so scared. Desperately she then threw her last weapon, terasi (a kind of shrimp pasta). IT did a miracle again. The pasta became a big swamp. The giant fell into it but his hands almost reached Timun Mas. Suddenly the lake pulled him to the bottom. The giant panicked and he couldn’t breathe. At last he was drown.

Re-orientation

Timun Mas was very relieved. She was safe now. Then she returned to her parents’ house. Her parents were of course very happy to see their daughter safe and sound. “Thanks God. You have saved my daughter,” they cried happily. From then on, Timun Mas lived happily with her parents with no fear anymore.


(Taken from : Kumpulan Cerita: Mahayana: 2005)

Questions A:

1. What is the purpose of the text?

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2. Is the story useful for you?

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3. What can you learn from the story?

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Questions B:

1. Who were the characters of the story?

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2. Where did the story happen?

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3. Why did the farmers pray to the God?

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4. How did he get the farmers get their daughter?

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5. What was her name?

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6. Why did the giant come again to the farmer’s house ?

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7. What things brought by Timun Mas when she escaped?

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8. What did those things use for? How?

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9. How did the giant die ?

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B.2. Short Functional Text

Activity 9

Listen to your teacher reading the texts

Text 1.


Attention customers. The store will be close in fifteen minutes. Take all your purchases to the chasier now. If you are buying five or fewer items and are paying with cash, you can use the express checkout lane. Thank you.


Text 2.


The following is public service announcement. , brought to you by Radio KLZ . Because of the drought, government officials are asking all city residents to conserve water. Residents are asked not to fill their swimming pools or water their gardens until further notice. Stay tunes to Radio KLZ for all the latest updates.



Text. 3


Attention students, Next Monday is August 17. It will be flag raising ceremony at our school. Don’t forget to wear your school uniform, hat and tie, properly. Black shoes is a compulsory. The ceremony will be started at 7:00 a0.m. on time. So, don’t be late.


Questions.

1. What kind of texts are they?

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2. Where do you usually hear the text number 1?.

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3. Where do you usually hear the text number 2 ?

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4. Where do you usually hear the text number 3.

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5. Who usually announces the text number 1?

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6. Who usually announces the text number 2?

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7. Who usually announces the text number 3?

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C. Joint Construction of Text

Activity 10.



In Pair, rearrange the story of “ Bandung Bondowoso “ into good and meaningful paragraph.



( )

A

He agreed her and prayed for help to Gods. When the night fell a big work began. In the field there was a noise of carving and arranging stones, but no one could see what happened.


( )

B

The dog ran away to the village. However, in the village the dog met a women who was weaving clothes. The woman was in trouble with the spin (mata pintal benang). She said, “Whoever could help with my spin, he would be my husband.” No one could help her but the dog.


( )

C

Bandung Bandawasa fell in love with Roro Jonggrang and proposed her to be his wife. Roro Jonggrang refused his proposal because she thought it would be better if he proposed her daughter, Nawangsih. But Bandung insisted to marry her. Roro Jonggrang asked him a marriage settlement. She would accept him as her husband if Bandung could make a magnificent temple with a thousand beautiful statues around it and finished them in one night before the sun shone.


( )

D

Bandung Bandawasa was deeply in love with Roro Jonggrang. So he was very disappointed seeing Roro Jonggrang became a statue. He saw the statue from a certain distance, and the statue waved him and smiled. Bandung Bandawasa called her aloud, “ Jonggrang, don’t leave me!”. He came closer to her but it was a stone. He did it again and again. Bandung broke his heart and came home to Pengging. And Jongrang ran away from Bandung Bandawasa to a certain village.


( )

E

The war between Pengging and Prambanan raged in the battlefield. The commander of Pengging was Prince Bandung Bandawasa and the commander of Prambanan was King Baka, a big giant. The King of Prambanan was killed, and the war was over. His wife, Roro Jonggrang, a very beautiful queen was safe.


( )

F

Bandung’s father, the king of Pengging asked about the war. But Bandung just smiled and called Roro Jonggrang, “Oh, Jonggrang, will you marry me?”. His father asked him again about the war, but Bandung did not care his father’s order. His father became very angry and said, “Bandung , you are the commander of Pengging, but you acted as if you were a dog". Suddenly, Bandung became a dog.


( )

G

Bandung Bandawasa almost finished his temples, but Roro Jonggrang cheated him. She asked villagers to burn paddi plants in the East, so the women grinded the rice and the cocks crowed. It signed that the sun shone. Bandung knew about this and became angry. He revenged her and made her a statue.

Answer the following questions based on the story.

1. When did the story occur?

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2. Where did the story happen?

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  1. Mention the characters involved in the story?

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4. Who won the fight ?

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5. Did Bandung Bondowoso fall in love with Roro Jonggrang ?

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6. Did she finally accept his love? Why?

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7. What is the moral message from the story

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Activity 11.

In pairs. Make banners based on the following information.



    1. You want to announce to your classmate that there will be a volley ball match between your class against X.C. Make your own data. Write!

2. Write an announcement about an activity of the Youth Organization at your village!




D. Independent Construction of text

Activity 12

Now, it is time for you to write your own narrative


  • Choose a very well known tale, myth, fable or fairy tale in your town

  • Make a raw draft first

  • Use the generic structure of Narrative

  • Consult your teacher before developing your draft into final one.

UJI KOGNITIF 3



  1. Choose the correct answer by crossing a,b,c, d or e.

Text 1.

The Emperor’s New Clothes

Many years ago there lived an emperor who cared only about his clothes and about showing them off. One day he heard from two swindlers that they could make the finest suit of clothes from the most beautiful cloth. This cloth, they said, also had the special capability that it was invisible to anyone who was either stupid or not fit for his position.

Being a bit nervous about whether he himself would be able to see the cloth, the emperor first sent two of his trusted men to see it. Of course, neither would admit that they could not see the cloth and so praised it. All the townspeople had also heard of the cloth and were interested to learn how stupid their neighbors were.

The emperor then allowed himself to be dressed in the clothes for a procession through town, never admitting that he was too unfit and stupid to see what he was wearing. For he was afraid that the other people would think that he was stupid.

Of course, all the townspeople wildly praised the magnificent clothes of the emperor, afraid to admit that they could not see them, until a small child said:

"But he has nothing on"!

This was whispered from person to person until everyone in the crowd was shouting that the emperor had nothing on. The emperor heard it and felt that they were correct, but held his head high and finished the procession.


01. Nia : Who told the Emperor that they could make the finest suit clothes?

Ani : … .

a. his trusted men c. two swindlers e. neighbours

b. the Emperor himself d. a small child


02. Nia : To whom the clothes are invisible ?

Ani : … .



  1. To two swindlers c. to the other people e. from person to person

  2. To anyone who are clever d. to anyone who was either stupid or not fit for his position

03. Nia : How did the Emperor show off his new clothes?

Ani : … .


  1. in a procession trough town c. from village to village e. in a ball party

  2. in his palace d. in a parade

04. “…afraid to admit that they could not see them, until .. (prg 4). The bold typed word refers to… .



  1. the two swindlers c. small children e. all the town people

  2. the Emperor’s trusted men d. the crowd

05. Nia : "But he has nothing on"! . This sentence means that the Emperor… .

Ani : …


  1. wears a new clothes c. has no clothes on his body e. has all of his clothes in his body

  2. wears his magnificent clothes d. wears the invisible clothes

06. This cloth, they said, also had the special capability that it was invisible to anyone who was either stupid

or not fit for his position. The closest meaning of the underlined word is … .


  1. out of eye c. out of date e. out of ears

  2. out of sight d. out of time

Text 2.


A Bat and The Weasels

One evening, a bat went out to hunt for food even though he was not well. As he flew after some insects, he felt dizzy and fell to the ground in a field.

Before he could get up, a weasel pounced on him. “Please, Mr. Weasel,” the bat pleaded,” please let me go!”. The weasel just laughed, “Certainly not! I am a great hunter of birds!”

Thinking quickly, the bat replied,” Oh, but I am not a bird, I am a mouse. Look closely at my face. Don’t I look like a mouse?”. The weasel agreed and let him go.

A short time later, the bat fell to the ground again and was caught by a second weasel. Once again, he had to plead for his life. “Why shouldn’t I kill you? I hunt mice! Exclaimed the weasel.

“Oh, but I am not a mouse,” he answered. “ I am a bat. Have you ever a mouse with wings?” he asked, spreading his wings for the weasel to see. The weasel was convinced and set him free.

07. Ani : What did the bat went out for?

Nia : It came out … .


  1. to hunt for food. c. to fly its prey e. to meet the weasel

  2. To sight seeing d. to fall down to the ground

08. Ani : Where did it fall down.

Nia : It fell down … .


  1. in a forest c. in a jungle e. in a field

  2. in a rice field d. in the garden

09. Ani : What did the first weasel think about the bat?

Nia : It think that the bat like a … .


  1. bird c. a bat e. weasel

  2. mouse d. a wing

10. Ani : What did the second weasel think about the bat?

Nia : It think that the bat like a … .


  1. bird c. a bat e. weasel

  2. mouse d. a wing

11. Ani : What kind of narrative is the text?

Nia : It belongs to … . text.


  1. legend c. fairy tales e . fable

  2. folktales d. anecdote

12. Dina : What did you do last night when I called you?

Anita : I ….a folklore


  1. compose c. composes e. composing

  2. composed d. to compose

13. Ani : When I called you last night , no one answered my phone. Where did you go?

Nia : Oh I … a bath in the bathroom when you phoned me .


  1. took c. was taking e. takes

  2. is taking d. were taking

14. Ani : You finished your composition. I didn’t see you wrote it. When did you finish it?

Nia : I … this composition when you went out to Solo last night.


  1. Write c. have written e. was written

  2. Wrote d. had written

15. Lina : I got an accident this morning.

Mr. Theo : I am sorry to hear that.

The second speaker shows his…



  1. Pride c. regret e. thanks

  2. Complain d. sympathy

16. Beni : …….for dropping you glasses. I’ll buy you the new ones.

Ali : It’s OK. It’s not your fault


  1. I am complain about c. I am apologized e. I am sure

  2. I am really satisfied d. I am fine

17. Mr. Wu : This soup is too salty. Who cooks it?

Mr. Zhe : I am sorry, I will not do this anymore.

From the dialogue we can conclude that Mr, zhe expresses his…


a. satisfaction c. like e. promise

b. happiness d. regret


Text 3

Attention students, Next week, there will be National Examination for the XII students. You will be free from April 17 to 19. But you must understand that each of the subject teacher will give you some assignments to do at home. Use your time wisely.


18. What kind of text is it?

a. invitation c. announcement e. e-mail

b. message d. letter


19. What is the text about?

a. The vacation for the students due to April mop

b. The holidays for students due to national examination

c. The free days for students due to some assignments given by the teachers

d. The Free days for students because the teacher will have vacation

e. The holidays for teachers


20. How long will the students have free days?

a. two days c. four days e. till the end of April.

b. three days d. five days

PERSIAPAN UJIAN AKHIR SEMESTER

A. Choose the correct answer by crossing a,b,c,d or e

Text 1.


On Wednesday, my students and I went to Jogyakarta. We stayed at Dirgahayu Hotel which is not far from Malioboro.

On Thursday we visited the temples in Prambanan. There are three big temples, the Brahmana, Syiwa and Wisnu temples. They are really amazing. We visited only Brahma and Sywa temples because Wisnu temple is being renovated.

On Friday morning we went to Jogya Kraton. We spent about two hours there. We were lucky because we were led by a smart and friendly guide. Then we continues our journey to Borobudur. We arrived there at four p.m. At 5 p.m. we heard an announcement that Borobudur gate would be closed.

In the evening we left for Jakarta by Wisata bus.


01. The text above mainly discusses about ….

  1. the writer’s trip to Jogyakarta.

  2. The writer’s first visit to Prambanan.

  3. The writer’s impression about the guide.

  4. The writer’s experience at Jogya Kraton.

  5. The writer’s impression about Borobudur.

02. The purpose of the text is to ... .



  1. tell past events.

  2. entertain readers

  3. describe a journey

  4. report an event to the readers

  5. inform readers about events of the day.

03. Which of the following statements is TRUE ?



  1. The writer and the students went to Jogyakarta for having a research.

  2. The writer went to Borobudur first and then to Kraton.

  3. The writer was very disappointed with the guide.

  4. Malioboro is very far from Dirgahayu Hotel.

  5. Them writer left for Jakarta on Friday

04. Why were they lucky when they were in Yogya Palace ?

Because ... .


  1. the palace has been opened

  2. the ticket is very cheap

  3. they have hair cut for the tickets

  4. they have a smart and friendly guide

  5. they have a very strict guide


Text 2

This text is for question 20 – 24.
Long long ago, mosquitoes didn’t buzz, they talked and talked.

One day, Mosquito was talking to Iguana, telling her about his vacation, about every minute of his vacation. Mosquito would not let Iguana say one word. Iguana was so annoyed that she walked away, leaving Mosquito still talking. Iguana grumbled and waved her tail.

She was still grumbling when she passed her friend Snake, and forgot all about saying hello. Snake was feeling hurt. He let so sad that he slithered down a rabbit’s hole.

“ Help !” yelled Rabbit as she scurried out hole, terrified of Snake.

“ What’s wrong?” cawed Crow as he saw Rabbit racing. Danger must be near,” Run for your lives !” cawed Crow.

Monkey heard Crow’s warning and took off through the tree post, leaping branch to branch. When monkey landed on Owl’s branch, high up in a leafy tree. Owl’s nest tipped of the branch and fell to the ground, breaking Owl’s eggs. Owl was heartbroken, so much that she didn’t hoot for the sun to come up.

The whole jungle was mad at Mosquito. Finally Owl hooted for the sun to come up and when it did, Mosquito lost his voice. All he could do was buzzing in everyone’s ears. “ Zzzzzzzzzz ! Is everyone still mad at me ?”
05. What did the Monkey do to the Owl’s eggs ?


  1. Monkey broke the Owl’s eggs when he was on the branch.

  2. Monkey climbed on Owl’s tree when he heard Crow’s warning.

  3. Monkey damaged the Owl’s nest when he climbed the tree.

  4. Monkey fell on the Owl’s eggs when he climbed the tree

  5. Monkey made the Owl’s nest fall when he landed on Owl’s branch

06. The communicative purpose of this text is ….



  1. to describe a place.

  2. To entertain or amuse.

  3. To explain a place.

  4. To give a view of an art work.

  5. To inform

07. Why did Iguana grumble ?

Because .... .


  1. Mosquito told him about his vacation

  2. Iguana was annoyed so he walked away

  3. Mosquito wouldn’t allowed him to say a word.

  4. Mosquito talked and talked

  5. Iguana waved her tail

08. She was still grumbling when she passed the Snake.

The underlined refers to ... .


  1. the Snake d. Iguana

  2. the Owl e. Rabbit

  3. The Mosquito

09. Finally, Owl hooted for the sun to come up and when it did, Mosquito lost his voice. ( Pr. 7 )

The underlined means .... .


  1. the Owl hooted d. the Crow cawed

  2. Mosquito lost his voice e. the sun came up

  3. The Snake hissing

Text 3.

Germinating Petunia Seeds


Aim (Goal)

Follow these instruction to germinate Petunia seeds

Materials and equipment

You will need:

  • a packet of petunia seeds

  • a seed tray or small pole

  • loamy friable soil or potting mix

  • water

  • fertilizer

steps

  1. Fill seed tray with soil.

  2. Incorporate fertilizer into soil

  3. Scatter seeds on the surface of the soil.

  4. Cover seeds with a 3 mm layer of soil. Press firmly

  5. Spray water to moisten the seed bed

  6. Place seed tray in warm, sunny position (at least 25 deg C )

  7. Keep soil moist by watering gently while seeds are germinating. Seeds will germinate in approximately 10 – 14 days




  1. What kind of material and equipment needed to plant Petunia?

  1. water, fertilizer, petunia seeds, small hole, friable soil

  2. water, fertilizer, petunia needs, small hole, friable soil

  3. water, fertilimer, petunia seeds, small hole, friable soil

  4. water, fertilizer, petunia seeds, small hole, friable soil

  5. weter, fertilizer, petunia seeds, small hole, friable soil




  1. X : How many steps are needed to plant Petunia?

Y : There are ….. steps.

  1. four

  2. five

  3. six

  4. seven

  5. eight




  1. X : What must we put to the seed tray?

Y : We must put…

  1. water

  2. soil

  3. fertilizer

  4. Petunia seeds

  5. Plastic sheed




  1. X : What is used to cover the seed?

Y : We use…..

  1. water

  2. soil

  3. fertilizer

  4. air

  5. sand




  1. X : Where must we place the seeds?

Y : We must place them…….. position

  1. cold sunny

  2. warm windy

  3. cold windy

  4. warm sunny

  5. cold hot




  1. X : How to keep the soil moist?

Y : by …….them

  1. cleaning

  2. watering

  3. digging

  4. germinating

  5. drying




  1. X : How long is the time needed to germinating Petunia?

Y : It needs approximately ……….

  1. fourteen days

  2. fifteen days

  3. sixteen days

  4. seventeen days

  5. eighteen days

17. X : The text above is belong to ………..genre.

Y : I think so.


  1. recount

  2. twist

  3. report

  4. procedure

  5. explanation

18. X : Keep soil moist by watering gently while seeds are germinating (last step)

Y : The antonym of the underlined word is…


  1. hard

  2. fast

  3. softly

  4. quietly

  5. quickly

Text 4


Why do Hawks Hunt Chicks.

Once upon time, a hawk fell in love with a hen. The hawk flew down from the sky and asked the hen ,” Won’t you marry me ?”

The hen loved the brave, strong hawk and wished to marry him. But she said,” I can not fly as high as you can. If you give me time, I may learn to fly as high as you. Then we can fly together The hawk agreed. Before he went away, he gave the hen a ring.” This is to show that you have promised to marry me,” said the hawk.

It so happened that the hen had already promised to marry a rooster. So, when the rooster saw the ring, he became very angry. “ Throw that ring away at once !” shouted the rooster. Then she was so frightened at the rooster’s anger that she threw away the ring immediately.



When the hawk came a few months later, the hen told him the truth. The hawk was so furious that he cursed the hen. “ Why didn’t you tell me earlier ? Now, you’ll always be scratching the earth, and I’ll always be flying above to catch your children,” said the hawk.

The curse seems to have come true.


19. Why couldn’t the hen say ‘”yes” right away ?

  1. Because she did not love the hawk

  2. Because she had no ring to exchange

  3. Because it would make the roaster angry.

  4. Because the hawk was too brave and strong

  5. Because she had to learn how to fly as high as the hawk

20. What is the story about ?



  1. A hen and a rooster d. A rooster and his fiance

  2. A hawk and his wife e. A hawk, hen and rooster

  3. A hen and her children

21. The hawk flew down from the sky and asked the hen ,” Won’t you marry me ?” ( Paragraph 1)

What does the underlined mean ?

a. The hen wanted to marry the hawk.



  1. The hen refused to marry the hawk.

  2. The hen agreed to be the hawk’s wife

  3. The hawk proposed the hen to be his wife.

  4. The hawk wanted to marry the hen at the sky.

22. Why was the rooster angry when he saw the ring ?



  1. The hen had betrayed him

  2. The hen had stolen his ring.

  3. The hen didn’t wear her own ring.

  4. The ring was not good for the hen

  5. The ring was too small for he hen.

23. What can we learn from the story ?

We have to ... .


  1. take care of our children d. listen to others

  2. keep our promise e. marry soon

  3. love one another



Text 5

Earthquake




I was driving along the coast road when the car suddenly lurched to one side.


At first I thought a tyre had gone but then I saw telegraph poles collapsing like matchsticks.The rocks came tumbling across the road and I had to abandon the car.When I got back to town, well, as I said, there wasn’t much left.
24. What is the aim of the text ?

It is to ....



  1. to retell events with a homorous twist.

  2. to retell events for the purpose of informing.

  3. to retell events for the purpose of informing or entertaining.

  4. to describe how something is accomplished through a sequence of action or steps.

  5. to inform readers, listeners or viewers about an events of the day which are considered newsworthy or important.

25. What kind of natural disaster happened ?



  1. flood d. earthquake

  2. forest fire e. tsunami

  3. storm

26. Where was the writer when the earthquake happened ?



  1. he was riding the horse

  2. he was driving a long the coast

  3. he was getting back to town

  4. he was abandoning the car

  5. he got a flat tyre

27. What did the writer think when the car lurched to one side ?

He / She thought ....


  1. car hit him d. the telegraph poles fell on his car

  2. he had a tyre flat

  3. a tyre had gone e. the rock fell on the car

28. What happened to the town when he got back there ? The wrong answer is ....



  1. the town is completely destroyed

  2. the town is in ruin

  3. there wasn’t much left

  4. the town is completely in destruction

  5. the town is okay

The following numbers have no relation with the text above


29.After putting the sugar to the glass ….it for about 2 minutes.

  1. make

  2. add

  3. stir

  4. serve

  5. prepare

30.………the ice into the glass and shake !



  1. drop

  2. put

  3. send

  4. buy

  5. sell




    1. If you want to make a coffee, ……..prepare one spoon of coffee and two spoonful of sugar. Then put them into a cup. ………..pour hot boiled water .Stir it and the coffee is ready to serve.

  1. after – then

  2. before –next

  3. first – before

  4. first – next

  5. after that – first

32. The juice ……….ready to drink



  1. is

  2. are

  3. was

  4. were

  5. be

33. Shopkeeper : What can I do for you, mom?

Mrs. Brown : Yes, I need….


  1. cucumber green American big and long fresh

  2. cucumber fresh green American big and long

  3. green American cucumber big and long fresh

  4. Fresh big and long green cucumber American

  5. Fresh big and long green American cucumber

34. Dani : Hello, How are you?

Shelly : ……., I’m fine thanks


  1. good morning

  2. How do you do

  3. Hi

  4. Really

  5. I ‘m glad to meet you

35. Bambang : I have to go now. ……………

Beni : so long


  1. how are you

  2. hello

  3. good day

  4. see you later

  5. fine

36. Mr. Herman : Would you mind coming to my party tonight?

Mr. Hery : ……………….I have to accompany my mother. She is in the hospital


  1. I’d love to

  2. Yes, of course

  3. Don’t worry, I will come

  4. OK

  5. I’d love to, but

37. Kelly : ……………….at McDonald at four.

Sari : Of course. I’ll be there


  1. would you mind going

  2. could we meet

  3. can we meeting

  4. would you like to meeting

  5. I’d would like to introduce you

38. The runner run ……………..trough the lane.



  1. smoothly

  2. slowly

  3. quietly

  4. quickly

  5. bravely

39. Y : When did you arrive from London?

X : I ……. Back from my trip to London this morning.

A. to come

B. comes

C. come


D. coming

E. came



  1. X : What did you do last night? I phoned you many times, but you didn’t answer.

Y : I ………..in the kitchen when you phoned me.

A. cooked

B. cook

C. was cooking



D. were cooking

E. cooks
B. Essay


41. Fill the blank with the suitable expression of showing happiness

Any : Look! You got A for your English test?

Andi : …………………………….
42. Fill in the blank with the suitable expression of giving promise

Linda : Doni, Don’t break any glasses more!

Doni : ………………………………
43. Fill in the blank with the suitable expression of giving sympathy.

Alia : My father was died on the plane crashed in Yokyakarta yesterday.

Mona : ……………………………….
44. Arrange the words on the bracket into proper noun phrase!

Andika : What do you want to buy, Lin?

Lina : I want to buy …. ( fresh – some – green- big – apples)
45. Fill the blank with suitable adverb

Kinta : Mom, how should I wash this skirt?

Mother : Please, wash the skirt ………

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