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Thursday, October 20, 2011

EXAMPLE OF LESSON PLAN FOR JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL


LESSON PLAN


SMP / MTs                  : ....
Subject
                        : English
Class / Semester
          : VIII (eight) / 2
Unit
                             : 11 (eleven)


Competency Standards:

1. Listen

a)      Understand the meaning of the conversation short transactional and interpersonal simple to interact with their surroundings
b)      Understand the meaning of the text spoken monologue functional and simple short-form narrative and recount to interact with their surroundings

2. Speak

a)      Expressing meaning in transactional and interpersonal conversations short verbal simple to interact with their surroundings
b)      Disclose the meaning in the text of the oral functional and simple form of short monologues recount, and Narrative to interact with their surroundings


3. Reading

a)      Understand the meaning in a simple form of short essays recount, and Narrative to interact with their surroundings

4. Write

a)      Reveals the meaning in written text and short writing simple functional form of recount and narrative to interact with their surroundings



 Basic Competence :

a)      Responding to the meaning contained in the conversation transactional (to get Things Done) and interpersonal (social) simple short accurately, smoothly, and thankful to interact with the immediate environment that involves speech acts: request, to give, refuse service, ask, give , reject the goods, and ask, give and deny the information, asking, giving, and reject the opinion, and offer / accept / reject something

b)      Responding to the meaning contained in the conversation transactional (to get Things Done) and interpersonal (social) simple short accurately, smoothly, and thankful to interact with the immediate environment that involves speech acts: request, give approval, to respond to the statement, giving attention against the speaker, start, renew, and close the conversation, and initiate, renew, and close the phone conversation

c)      Responding to the meaning contained in a simple short functional oral text accurately, smoothly, and thankful to interact with their surroundings

d)     Responding to the meaning contained in a simple short monologue accurately, smoothly, and thankful to interact with their surroundings in the form of narrative and recount text

e)      Expressing meaning in conversation transactional (to get Things Done) and interpersonal (social) using a simple short range of spoken language accurately, fluently, and wishes to interact with the immediate environment that involves speech acts: request, to give, refuse services, request, give, refuse the goods, ask, give and deny the information, asking, giving, and reject the idea, and offer / accept / reject something

f)       Expressing meaning in conversation transactional (to get Things Done) and interpersonal (social) using a simple short range of spoken language accurately, fluently, and wishes to interact with the immediate environment that involves speech acts: request, give approval, to respond to the statement , giving attention to the speaker, start, renew, and close the conversation, as well as initiate, renew, and close the phone conversation

g)      Revealing the functional meaning in a short oral texts using a variety of simple spoken language accurately, fluently and thankful to interact with their surroundings

h)      Expressing meaning in a simple short monologue using a variety of spoken language accurately, fluently, and wishes to interact with their surroundings in the form of recount and narrative text

i)        Read aloud the text meaningful functional and simple form of short essays recount and narrative with words, stress and intonation are grateful relating to the environment

j)        Responding to the meaning of the text write a simple short functional accurately, smoothly and thank relating to the environment

k)      Responding to the meaning and rhetoric step in a simple short essay accurately, smoothly and thank relating to the environment in the form of recount and narrative text

Reveal the meaning in the form of written text using simple short functional diversity of languages ​​written in an accurate, fluent and grateful to interact with their surroundings

l)        Expressing meaning and rhetorical steps in a simple short essay using the variety of written language accurately, fluently and thankful to interact with their surroundings in the form of recount and Narrative


Indicators:

• Obtain detailed information from a dialogue and monologue
• Express the invitation to indent something
• Respond to call someone in to do an activity
• Identify Bentu comparative of adjectives and adverbs
• Identifying the use of infinitive Want
• Create a short dialogue
• Determining true, false or not implicit in the available literature on the statement
• Create a summary of reading
• Determining where people will go on reading
• Identifying noise and t ∫ ∫


Type Text                    : Conversations and interviews (Transactional and Interpersonal); essay (descriptive)
Theme                         : Is Jim's a good player? (Is Jim a good player?)
Aspect / Skil                : listening, speaking, reading, writing.
Allocation of Time      : 2 x 40 minutes


Learning Objectives

At the end of the lesson students can:
a)      Matching pictures with comparative adjectives based on recordings
b)      Reveal an invitation for someone to do something
c)      Disclosing one's acceptance of invitation
d)     Disclosing one's rejection jakan
e)      Identify the comparative form to claim more than
f)       Complete the table using a form of comparative
g)      Write a sentence with the form of comparative
h)      Identify the comparative form of irregular
i)        Write a sentence with the comparative form of irregular
j)        Sentence-writing using comparative form stating similarity
k)      Identify the form of less than
l)        Changing the form of comparative sentence stating less than
m)    Create a short dialogue on the basis of a given situation by using the infinitive Want
n)      Determining wrong, true or not implied in the reading of the statements that are available
o)      Create a summary reading
p)      Determining where people will go on record
q)      Identify and t ∫ ∫ pronunciation in the pronunciation of words


Learning Materials
a)      Brief conversations (transactional, interpersonal)
Ex: A: Is the weather in New York's better or worse Than the weather in Boston?
B: It's better.
b)      Dialogue, descriptive monologue, reading
c)      Vocabulary related to the theme / type of text.
      Ex: - accident (noun)
                 -break (verb)            -bad (adjective)
  -better (adverb)                  -as ... as (conjunction)
d)     Expression:
- How is he doing?
- I'd love to.


5. Method / Technique: Three-phase technique

Activity Steps
a.       Activities Introduction
1.      answer answering questions about pictures
2.      hear dialogue
3.      discuss the dialogue
4.      mentions the things known about London
5.      Games: 21 refers to the case


6        Core Activities

a)      listen to the information contained in the recording
b)      match the picture with comparative adjectives appropriate to the information
c)      ask answer other Siwa debgab
d)     invite other students to participate in one of the activities listed in the picture
e)      accepting and rejecting invitation
f)       listening to an explanation of the comparative form stating more than
g)      complete the table with the comparative form of words and descriptions of available properties
h)      write comparison sentences for people who terliaht on image
i)        read a sample form to express the same comparative
j)        answering questions orally
k)      read something about the example sentences that indicate the comparative lack of
l)        change the sentence less than the comparative form of comparative sentences negative equation
m)    Want to listen to explanations use infinitive
n)      create a short dialogue on the situation of available
o)      listening to recordings
p)      choose the right answer according to the recording
q)      discussion with the whole class
r)       read a descriptive essay
s)       determine wrong, true or not implied statements relating to reading
t)       check the answers with the whole class
u)      write summaries of readings by looking for main ideas in each paragraph
v)      listening to recordings
w)    fill out the table about where people will go and how much oarng they must pay
x)      choose the words in the recording with underlined diucapakan


7 Concluding Activities

a)      review the comparative form of the words nature and description
b)      working on self test unit
c)      doing vocabulary work
d)     create a portfolio that contains the documents:
- Recording what
Etrjadi to Fred with reference to the dialog 142
- Recording commands addressed to someone by referring to p.151



1.      Learning Resources
a)      Cassette, CD, the pictures that are relevant
b)      Relevant text books: Way Point Plus, Giuliano Iantorno & Mario Papa, publisher, 2007
c)      Point Way Workbook Plus, Giuliano Iantorno & Mario Papa, publisher, 2007

2.      Rating
a)      Technique: oral, written, assignments, portfolio and self assessment
b)      Form: a list of questions, field tests, documents work and self assessment form
c)      Instruments:





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