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LESSON PLAN 1
School Name : SMA N 7 PURWOREJO

Subject : English

Class / Program : XII / Science

Semester : 2

Year : 2013 / 2014

Time Allocated : 2 x 45 ‘




  1. STANDARD OF COMPETENCY :



Listening

  • To understand the meaning of formal transactional and interpersonal conversation text sustained in daily life context.




  1. BASIC COMPETENCY :

  • To respond to the meaning of formal transactional and interpersonal conversation. To use spoken language sustained in the daily life context , accurately, fluently, and acceptably.

like expressions for persuading, giving spirit, criticizing, expressing hope, and prohibiting.



  1. INDICATORS:

  • To identify the meaning of the expressions for persuading/encouraging.

  • To respond to the expressions for persuading/encouraging.

  • To identify the meaning of expressions for criticizing.

  • To respond to the expressions for criticizing.

  • To identify the meaning of expressions for stating hope.

  • To respond to the expression for stating hope.

  • To identify the meaning of expressions for prohibiting.

  • To respond to expressions for prohibiting.



  1. GOAL OF TEACHING/LEARNING ACTIVITIES :


Students are able to:

  • To identify the meaning of the expressions for persuading/encouraging.

  • To respond to the expressions for persuading/encouraging.

  • To identify the meaning of expressions for criticizing.

  • To respond to the expressions for criticizing.

  • To identify the meaning of expressions for stating hope.

  • To respond to the expression for stating hope.

  • To identify the meaning of expressions for prohibiting.

  • To respond to expressions for prohibiting.



  1. MATERIALS :




  1. Persuading, giving spirit

e. g. A: Would it be possible for you to…?

B: I’ll consider that.

  1. Criticizing

E. g. A: I don’t think that was a good idea.

B: I’m glad you bring that up…

  1. Stating hope

e. g. A: I do hope that…

B: I hope so too.

  1. Prohibiting

mis. A: I wouldn’t do that if I were you.

B: Thanks for telling me.


  1. TEACHING METHOD




  • Demonstration

  • Practice

  • Assignment



  1. TEACHING / LEARNING ACTIVITIES :




Lesson

Teaching Activities

Core

Value


Time

(minutes)



1.

Introduction

  • Teacher Greets the students religiously.

  • Teacher checks the students attendance and communicates creatively. (discipline)

  • Teacher asks the students about the previous materials which relate to the materials they will learn.

  • The teacher gives motivation to the students in learning the topic he/she will give.

  • Teacher tells the students about the goal of teaching/learning activities and basic competency they will attain.

  • Teacher grows the students’ sense of wonder by asking some questions related with the goal of the learning topic. (curious)


Main Activities

Exploration:

  • The teacher gives the explanation about the expressions of Persuading, giving spirit , Criticizing , Stating hope , and Prohibiting.

  • In groups, the students do library study for identifying many kinds of expression of of Persuading, giving spirit , Criticizing , Stating hope , and Prohibiting and their responses.

  • The teacher asks the students to give examples of expression used in that situation.

Elaboration :

  • The students listen to the interpersonal/transactional conversation by using CD/cassette classically

  • The students discuss the expressions used in the conversation heard in pairs.(communicative)

  • The students discuss the responses given in the expression heard.

  • The teacher asks the students to make conversation in pairs. (hardworking & creative)

  • The students demonstrate their performance in front of the class. The other students listen to the information.


Confirmation :

  • The teacher ask the students to review the expressions they have learned.

  • The teacher ends the lesson by asking the students to make conclusion. (independent)

  • The teacher ask the students to review the expressions they have learned.


Closing:

  • The teacher ask the students to make a brief resume about the expressions they have learned.

  • Post Test: Complete the blanks based on what you hear in the recording & answer the questions

  • Teacher tells the students about the goal of teaching/learning activities and basic competency they will attain for the next meeting.

Structured assessment:

  • Listen to English broadcasting news/stories/songs in the radio and try to find the new words (for building your vocabularies), to understand the contents of them and the expressions you have already learned.







  • Discipline

  • Curious

  • Hard-

working

  • Creative

  • Indepen-

dent

  • Commu-

nicative


10


70

10




  1. EVALUATION



The frame work of evaluation
School Name : SMA N 7 PURWOREJO Class /Program : XII / Science

Subject : English Semester : 2





No.

Basic Competency

Class/sem

Materials

Indicator

Type of test

Number of test


1.

To respond to the meaning of formal transactional and interpersonal conversation. To use spoken language sustained in the daily life context , accurately, fluently, and acceptably.

like expressions for persuading, giving spirit, criticizing, expressing hope, and prohibiting.



XII/2




  1. Persuading,

giving spirit

e. g.

A: Would it be possible for you to…?

B: I’ll consider that.


  1. Criticizing

E. g.

A: I don’t think that was a good idea.

B: I’m glad you bring that up…


  1. Stating hope

e. g.

A: I do hope that…

B: I hope so too.


  1. Prohibiting

mis.

A: I wouldn’t do that if I were you.

B: Thanks for telling me.






  • To identify the meaning of the expressions for persuading/encouraging.

  • To respond to the expressions for persuading/encouraging.

  • To identify the meaning of expressions for criticizing.

  • To respond to the expressions for criticizing.

  • To identify the meaning of expressions for stating hope.

  • To respond to the expression for stating hope.

  • To identify the meaning of expressions for prohibiting.

  • To respond to expressions for prohibiting.



Written test



A, B



  1. Complete the blanks based on what you hear in the recording.

Maudy : Mom, look What I have!

Mom : What is it?

Maudy : ... (1)... about newly launched cell phones.

Mom : Oh dear, you shouldn’t think about it anymore. Just focus on your study, okay?

Maudy : Yes, of course. But, can I change ... (2)... with the new one?

Mom : ... (3)... . Listen, I have no doubt that you are a smart student. You will be able to

have your great years during high schools without being equipped with ... (4) ... .

What do you say?

Maudy : You’re right, Mom. It is just enough for me to have the old phone.

Mom : That’s good. Then you understand ...(5)... ?

Maudy : Yes, Mom

Mom : That’s my girl.



  1. Answer the following Questions!




  1. What does Maudy want to buy?

  2. Does her mother agree?

  3. What is her mother advice?

  4. What does her mother say to encourage her?

  5. In your opinion, what is Maudy like?


Scoring Rule
School Name : SMA N 7 PURWOREJO Class /semester : XII / 2

Subject : English Year : 2013/2014

Type of Test : Written test


No.

Criteria

Score

A.
B.







  • The students are asked to complete the blanks based on what they hear in the recording about the dialogue expressing encouraging.

  • The students are asked to answer the questions based on the text they have heard.

10

10








Marks = score gotten X 5






  1. SOURCE / MATERIAL / TEACHING AID

- Cassettes

- CD

- English Alive 3 for Senior High School grade XII – Yudhistira



- Linked To The World 3 for Senior High School grade XII – Yudhistira

- English Student Worksheet


Approved by the headmaster, Purworejo, January 2 , 2014


Subject teacher,

Padmo Sukoco,M.Pd Dra. Rahmi Bekti Utami

CSN 19640718 198703 1 010 CSN. 19620529 198903 2 003

Lesson plan 1
Maudy : Mom, look What I have!

Mom : What is it?

Maudy : A brochure about newly launched cell phones.

Mom : Oh dear, you shouldn’t think about it anymore. Just focus on your study, okay?

Maudy : Yes, of course. But, can I change my cell phone with the new one?

Mom : I’m afraid you can’t. Listen, I have no doubt that you are a smart student. You will be able to

have your great years during high schools without being equipped with luxurious facilities.

What do you say?

Maudy : You’re right, Mom. It is just enough for me to have the old phone.

Mom : That’s good. Then you understand why I object it?

Maudy : Yes, Mom

Mom : That’s my girl.

Mr. Donovan : Good morning, Matt. You’ve come too early.

Matthew : Good morning Mr. Donovan. I’m so sorry for coming late today.

Mr. Donovan : Today? You come late almost everyday. What have you been doing anyway?

Matthew : Yes, sir. I’ve been busy working on my project these days.

Mr. Donovan : What project? You can lose your job if you keep doing so. I have lost my temper, kid.

Matthew : I know that, Sir. It’s my wife; she’s always argued with me who should take Paula to school.

Mr. Donovan : Come on, Matt. You are both grown up and it’s just silly to argue over that small

stuff.

Matthew : Yes, Sir. I know. I’ll talk to my wife about this problem.

Mr. Donovan : I believe you have to. I don’t want to see you coming late again.

Matthew : I’m deeply regretful for doing so, Sir. This will be the last for me. I promise to be

punctual next time.

Mr. Donovan : That’s good. You are one of my best men, Matt. I count on you, so don’t make me



disappointed.

Matthew : Thank you, Sir. I’ll do my best then. Sorry, I’ve got to go to my desk.

Mr. Donovan : Yes, please. And .. wait a second! I think you have dressed too sloppily these days. I

don’t like that.

Matthew : Sorry. I’ve been so careless. I’ll dress more neatly.


LESSON PLAN 2
School Name : SMA N 7 PURWOREJO

Subject : English

Class / Program : XII / Science

Semester : 2

Year : 2012 / 2013

Time Allocated : 2 x 45 ‘




  1. STANDARD OF COMPETENCY :

Speaking

  • To understand the meaning of formal transactional and interpersonal conversation text sustained in daily life context.


  1. BASIC COMPETENCY :

  • To respond to the meaning of formal transactional and interpersonal conversation. To use spoken language sustained in the daily life context accurately, fluently, and acceptably like expressions for persuading, giving spirit, criticizing, expressing hope, and prohibiting.




  1. INDICATORS

  • To use expressions for persuading and encouraging.

  • To use expressions for criticizing

  • To use expressions for stating hope

  • To use expressions for prohibiting



  1. GOAL OF TEACHING/LEARNING ACTIVITIES :

Students are able to:

  • To use expressions for persuading and encouraging.

  • To use expressions for criticizing

  • To use expressions for stating hope

  • To use expressions for prohibiting



  1. MATERIALS :




  1. Persuading, giving spirit

e. g. A: Would it be possible for you to…?

B: I’ll consider that.

  1. Criticizing

E. g. A: I don’t think that was a good idea.

B: I’m glad you bring that up…

  1. Stating hope

e. g. A: I do hope that…

B: I hope so.

  1. Prohibiting

e.g.. A: I wouldn’t do that if I were you.

B: Thanks for telling me.



  1. TEACHING METHOD




  • Demonstration

  • Practice

  • Assignment



  1. TEACHING / LEARNING ACTIVITIES :



Lesson

Teaching Activities

Core

Value


Time

(minutes)



1.

Introduction

  • Teacher Greets the students religiously.

  • Teacher checks the students attendance and communicates creatively. (discipline)

  • Teacher asks the students about the previous materials which relate to the materials they will learn.

  • The teacher gives motivation to the students in learning the topic he/she will give.

  • Teacher tells the students about the goal of teaching/learning activities and basic competency they will attain.

  • Teacher grows the students’ sense of wonder by asking some questions related with the goal of the learning topic. (curious)


Main Activities

Exploration:

  • The teacher gives the explanation about the expressions of of Persuading, giving spirit , Criticizing , Stating hope , and Prohibiting.

  • In groups, the students do library study for identifying many kinds of expression of of Persuading, giving spirit , Criticizing , Stating hope , and Prohibiting.

and their responses. (Hardworking & independent)

  • The teacher asks the students to give examples of expression used in that situation. (creative)

Elaboration :

  • The students listen to the interpersonal/transactional conversation by using CD/cassette classically.

  • The students discuss the expressions used in the conversation heard in pairs. (communicative)

  • The students discuss the responses given in the expression heard.

  • The teacher asks the students to make conversation in pairs. (hardworking and creative)

  • The students act out the dialog related to of Persuading, giving spirit , Criticizing , Stating hope , and Prohibiting in front of the class. The other students listen to the information.

Confirmation :

  • The teacher ask the students to review the expressions they have learned by summarizing the expression of of Persuading, giving spirit , Criticizing , Stating hope , and Prohibiting from the video.

  • The teacher ends the lesson by asking the students to make conclusion. (independent)

Closing:

  • The teacher ask the students to make a brief resume about the expressions they have learned.

  • Post Test: Read the short dialogues individually and identify the expressions of persuading and create your own dialogue using the expressions of “Stating hope and Prohibiting ” based on your own situation, after that practice them in front of the class!

  • Teacher tells the students about the goal of teaching/learning activities and basic competency they will attain for the next meeting.






  • Discipline

  • Curious

  • Hard-

working

  • Creative

  • Indepen-

dent

  • Commu-

nicative


10

70


10



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