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					                                                 LESSON PLAN
                             (Rencana Pelaksanaan Pembelajaran)


School                      : SMK .......
Subject                     : English
Department                  : TLP, TAV, TKJ
Grade / Semester            : XI / 3
Time allotment              : 6 x 45 minutes
Meeting                     : 14, 15, 16,


Standard of Competency : Communicating English at Elementary Level
Basic Competency               : 2.3 Describing one‟s job and education background in written and
                                       spoken.
Indicator:
 Verb in Simple Present Tense is used correctly for explaining one‟s job and profession
 Expression is used appropriately to de scribe facts and figures based on the data given.


A. Learning Objectives
    By the end of the course, students will be able to:
    1. Comprehend the use of verb in Simple Present Tense to describe one‟s job and profession
    2. Comprehend the use of various expression to describe facts and figures based on the data


B. Learning Objectives
    1. Simple Present tense
          Pattern:
              S + to be (is, am, are) + O
              S + V1 + O
          Examples
             a. (+) He is a teacher in my school
                (–) He is not a teacher in my school
                (?) Is he a teacher in my school?
             b. (+) He goes to school every day.
                (–) He does not go to school every day.
                (?) Does he go to school every day?
    2. Telling about people‟s job using the Simple present tense:
         - A cook prepares food.
         - Pilots fly airplanes.
   3. Expressing facts and figures :
      - The graph shows that population growth has been high this last decade.
      - The latest data show that about three billion rupiahs have been spent for the
       construction of the factory.
   4. Comparative & Superlative Adjectives
       Rule 1: Add „er'/„est' for one-syllable adjectives: longer, smaller, the highest
       Rule 2: Add „more' / „less' or „the most' / „the least' for three syllable adjectives or
         longer: less expensive, the most dangerous
       Rule 3: Most two-syllable adjectives require „more' / „less' / „the most' / „the least':
         more stressful
       Rule 4: Two-syllable adjectives ending in „y' require „ier' / „iest' : noisier, noisy
       Rule 5: Adjectives ending in a single vowel and a single consonant require the final
         consonant to be doubled: big , the biggest, fat, fatter


C. Methods of Instruction
   1. Question and answer
   2. Role play
   3. Discussion
   4. Lecturing


D. Teaching Scenario
   1. Meeting 14
      a. Pre-teaching:
         1) Salutation
         2) Checking student‟s attendance
         3) Apperception
             Stating the topic and objective of the meeting
         4) Orientation
         5) Motivation
      b. Whilst-teaching:
         1) Exploration
            a) Teacher asks students about the weather nowadays.
            b) Students are introduced to the way expressing facts
            c) Students are introduced to the structure of Simple Future Tense
         2) Elaboration
            a) Students are requested to compose sentences using the structure of Simple
               Present Tense.
            b) Some students are chosen randomly to write their sentence on the white board.
            c) Some others are invited to evaluate and give correction if needed.
     3) Confirmation
       a) Students are requested to a sort essay about the climate change happened in
          Indonesia.
       b) Students‟ essays must be submitted to the teacher.
       c) Teacher gives comment, correction and score.
  c. Post-teaching
     1) Teacher concludes the meeting
     2) Teacher opens a question-answer session
     3) Teacher gives a slight description about the subject matter for the next meeting


2. Meeting 15
  a. Pre-teaching:
     1) Salutation
     2) Checking student‟s attendance
     3) Apperception
        Reviewing the previous study
        Stating the topic and objective of the meeting
     4) Orientation
     5) Motivation
  b. Whilst-teaching:
     1) Exploration
       a) Teacher delivers some questions dealing with certain occupation.
       b) Students are introduced to the use of verb in simple present tense.
       c) Students are introduced to expressions for describing someone‟s profession.
     2) Elaboration
       a) Students are requested to write their own sentence using the construction of
          Simple Present Tense.
       b) Teacher chooses students, randomly, to write their sentence on the white board.
       c) The other students are encouraged to evaluate the sentences and give correction
          if needed.
     3) Confirmation
       a) Students are requested to describe some occupations
       b) Teacher gives comment and correction
  c. Post-teaching
     1) Teacher concludes the meeting
     2) Teacher opens a question-answer session
     3) Teacher gives a slight description about the subject matter for the next meeting
   3. Meeting 16
     a. Pre-teaching:
        1) Salutation
        2) Checking student‟s attendance
        3) Apperception
            Reviewing the previous study
            Stating the topic and objective of the meeting
        4) Orientation
        5) Motivation
     b. Whilst-teaching:
        1) Exploration
           a) Teacher gives a diagram dealing with statistics
           b) Students are introduced to expression for describing facts and figures.
           c) Students are introduced to the technique of reading graphs
        2) Elaboration
           a) Students fill the gaps while listening from the speaker.
           b) Students use the gaps and the words in the box to complete the sentences through
               listening.
           c) Students interpret data based on the graph given
           d) Students present the paragraph in front of the class
        3) Confirmation
           a) The students look at the table and use the information to match the first halves of
               the sentences.
           b) Teacher gives comment and correction
     c. Post-teaching
        1) Teacher concludes the meeting
        2) Teacher opens a question-answer session
        3) Teacher gives a slight description about the subject matter for the next meeting


E. Required Books and Media
   1. Media: board marker, white board.
   2. Books:
      Effective Communication (Elementary Level)
      The Universe of English (book 2)
F. Evaluation
   Task 1
   Describe the following occupations!
   1. Pilots
   2. Photographer
   3. Electrician
   4. Computer programmer
   5. TV or radio service technician


   Task 2
   Change these sentences into the right form according to the sign!
   1. (+) Bali is a splendid island.
      (?) ..........................................................
   2. (–) I don‟t really like golf.
      (?) ..........................................................
   3. (+) She swims very fast.
      (–) ..........................................................
   4. (?) Does your father have a new car?
      (+) .........................................................
   5. (?) Are there many souvenirs stalls?
      (–) ..........................................................


   Task 3
   Fill in the gaps in the text which follows, using the correct form (superlative or comparative)
               of these words


                      53
                                                                                         45
                               37                                      36
                                                                            30
                                          25                                     27 28
                                                          21
  The chart shows the educational achievements of homeless people in America
  (divided into those in families and single homeless people) compared to those of
  all US adults, for the year 1997. The (1) _ worst___ educational attainment was
  for homeless people in families (53% with less than a high-school diploma),
  (2)_________ the (3) ________ results were for all US adults (45% or more
  with a high-school diploma). Single homeless people were (4) ___________
  than those in families: the percentage of single homeless without a high-school
  diploma was much (5) _________ than for homeless people in families (37%
  compared to 53%), (6)________ the percentage having only high-school
  diplomas was much (7) _________ (36% compared to 21%). Having said this,
  similar percentages of homeless people in families and single homeless people
  had more than a high-school diploma: 27% and 28% respectively. In sum, it is
  clear that homeless people had (8)_______ educational attainments than US
  adults as a whole, and that homeless people in families had (9) ________ levels
  of achievement than single homeless.


Answer and scoring:
Task 1
  The answers will be scored based on the following criteria:
      Grammar and diction correct            score: 10
      Grammar correct, diction incorrect     score: 5-10
      Grammar incorrect, diction correct     score: 5-10
      Grammar and diction incorrect          score: 1
  Maximal score: 10


Task 2
  1. Is Bali a splendid island?
  2. Do I really like golf?
  3. She does not swim very fast.
  4. Your father has a new car.
  5. There are many souvenirs stalls.
           Scoring: Correct answer scores 2
           Maximal Score: 10 x 2 = 20
    Task 3
       1. Worst
       2. While
       3. Best
       4. More successful
       5. Lower (or worse)
       6. While
       7. Higher
       8. Worse (or lower)
       9. Worse (or lower)


       Final scoring = activity I + activity II + activity III
                                            4
       Maximal score: 10




                                                             Surakarta, 14 July 2010
Acknowledged by,
The Principal of SMK .......                                 English Teacher,




Drs. Mickel Jackson                                          Ipin Upin, S.Pd
NIP. 196102161988031004
                                                LESSON PLAN
                            (Rencana Pelaksanaan Pembelajaraan)


School                     : SMK .......
Subject                    : English
Department                 : TLP, TAV, TKJ
Grade / Semester           : XI / 3
Time allotment             : 4 x 45 minutes
Meeting                    : 17, 18


Standard of Competency : Communicating English at Elementary Level
Basic Competency              : 2.3 Describing one‟s job and education background in written and
                                      spoken.
Indicator:
 Expression about past activity is expressed correctly.
 Simple Curriculum Vitae is written correctly.


A. Learning Objectives
    By the end of the course, students will be able to:
    1. Express and respond the expressions about Past Events
    2. Compose a simple Curriculum Vitae


B. Teaching Materials
    1. Simple Past Tense
          Sentence Pattern:
             Nominal
             (+) S + was/ were + O
             (–) S + was/ were + not + O
             (?) was/ were + S + O + ?
             Verbal:
             (+) S + V2 + O
             (–) S + did not + V1 + O
             (?) Did + S + V1 + O + ?
          Function:
             To say that something happened in the earlier period. The action was started and
             finished at a certain time in the past.
   Examples:
    1. I was a teacher
    2. They were students in this school.
    3. Ali went to Jakarta yesterday.
    4. He did not come to the meeting this morning.
    5. Did she buy a new car last week?
   Required adverb of time
     yesterday                                                       two years ago
     last week                                                       . . . . . . . . . ago
     last . . . .                                                    this morning
     a week ago                                                      just now
2. Words and expressions used in talking about Past Events;
      What happened to the computer, Don?
      We got a paper jam in the printer, Sir.
3. Telling about people‟s educational background using the Simple past tense.
      She graduated from SMKN 8 Bandung.
      The new secretary learned shorthand at the college.
4. An example of curriculum vitae
                                       CURRICULUM VITAE

    Personal Details
    Full Name               : Florentina Putri
    Sex                     : Female
    Place, Date of Birth    : Probolinggo, August 5, 1979
    Nationality             : Indonesia
    Marital Status          : Married
    Height, Weight          : 165 cm, 53 kg
    Health                  : Perfect
    Religion                : Moslem
    Address                 : Perum Depok Baru 1, Blok ZT No.3, Cibinong 16913
    Mobile                  : 0817 9854 203
    Phone                   : 021 - 87903802
    E-mail                  : putri.flo@gmail.com

    Educational Background
    1985 - 1991 : Gajahmada Elementary School, Probolinggo
    1991 - 1994 : Junior High School No.1, Probolinggo
    1994 - 1997 : Senior High School No.1, Probolinggo
    1997 - 2001 : Accounting Department at the University of Pancasila, Jakarta

    Course & Education
    1998 - 1999 : Computer & Internet Course at Puskom Gilland Ganesha, Jakarta
    1999 - 2002 : English Language Course at LBA Gilland Ganesha, Jakarta
    2004 - 2004 : Tax Course (Brevet A & B) di FAIUP, Jakarta

    Qualifications
    Accounting & Administration Skills (Journal Printing & Calculation, Ledger, Petty Cash
    Payroll & Calculation, Inventory Controls, Project Data Updating, Teller, Salary Caldulation).
    Taxation System.
    Computer Literate (MS Word, MS Excel, MS Power Point, MS Access, MS Outlook).
    Internet Literate.

    Cibinong, January 12, 2008


    Florentina Putri
C. Methods of Instruction
   1. Question and answer
   2. Role play
   3. Discussion
   4. Lecturing


D. Teaching Scenario
   1. Meeting 17
      a. Pre-teaching:
        1) Salutation
        2) Checking student‟s attendance
        3) Apperception
            Reviewing the previous study
            Stating the topic and objective of the meeting
        4) Orientation
        5) Motivation
      b. Whilst-teaching:
        1) Exploration
           a) Teacher talks about his past activities.
           b) Teacher delivers questions about students‟ past activities.
           c) Students are introduced to the structure of Simple Past Tense.
           d) Students are requested to put the correct verb into the sentence given.
        2) Elaboration
           a) Students are requested to write their own sentence using the construction of
              Simple Past Tense.
           b) Teacher chooses students, randomly, to write their sentence on the white board.
           c) The other students are encouraged to evaluate the sentences and give correction
              if needed.
        3) Confirmation
           a) Students are requested to write their past activities in less than five sentences.
           b) Students are invited to read their essay in front of the class.
           c) Teacher gives comment and correction.
      c. Post-teaching
        1) Teacher concludes the meeting
        2) Teacher opens a question-answer session
        3) Teacher gives a slight description about the subject matter for the next meeting
   2. Meeting 18
     a. Pre-teaching:
        1) Salutation
        2) Checking student‟s attendance
        3) Apperception
            Reviewing the previous study
            Stating the topic and objective of the meeting
        4) Orientation
        5) Motivation
     b. Whilst-teaching:
        1) Exploration
           a) Teacher delivers questions about the requirements to apply for a job.
           b) Students are introduced to the composition of Curriculum Vitae.
           c) Teacher explains the way to write an educational background correctly.
        2) Elaboration
           a) Teacher shows an example of Curriculum Vitae written in English.
           b) Students are requested to write their own educational background using simple
               past tense correctly.
           c) Teacher invites some students to write it down on the white board, then; other
               students are invited to give comment or correction.
        3) Confirmation
           a) Students are requested to write their own Curriculum Vitae
           b) Teacher gives comment and correction.
     c. Post-teaching
        1) Teacher concludes the meeting
        2) Teacher opens a question-answer session
        3) Teacher gives a slight description about the subject matter for the next meeting


E. Required Books and Media
   1. Media: board marker, white board.
   2. Books:
      Effective Communication (Elementary Level)
      The Universe of English (book 2)
F. Evaluation
   Task 1: Complete the text using the words in the box!
                                                  (1)                                                                             (2)
            A shepherd boy was                             after his sheep on the hill. He was bored so he
                                           (3)                                                           (4)
   “Wolf! Wolf!” Then he                          all the people ran up to the hill. He                         them. “Where‟s the
                                                                 (5)                                                               (6)
   wolf? Where‟s the wolf?” the people                                     “It ran away!” the boy said. Next day he
                                                                                                        (7)
   the game like the first day on the third day, a wolf came, so he                                             “Wolf! Wolf!” The
                                     (8)                                                                                (9)
   people in the town                            him, but they said, “It isn‟t true”. “He‟s bored. He                          to see
                                                        (10)
   us run up the hill”. So the wolf                              the sheep and the boy.
         a. laughed                    c. played                   e. looking                      g. watched         i. wanted
         b. asked                      d. cried                    f. shouted                      h. heard           j. ate


   Task 2: Change the sentences into the right sign!
   1. (+) The naughty boys played truant yesterday morning.
      (?) ......................................................................................
   2. (+) There was a student show at Maladi Stadium last night.
      (–) ......................................................................................
   3. (–) They didn‟t attend the school meeting.
      (+) ......................................................................................
   4. (?) Did your father buy a new car?
      (–) ......................................................................................
   5. (?) Did the teacher give him a prize?
      (+) .....................................................................................
   Task 3: Write your own Curriculum Vitae!


   Answer and scoring:
   Activity I
    1. Looking
    2. Shouted
    3. Watched
    4. Laughed
    5. Asked
    6. Played
    7. Heard
    8. Cried
    9. Wanted
   10. Ate
                 Scoring: Correct answer scores 1
                 Maximal Score: 10 x 1 = 10
    Task 2
    1. Did the naughty boys play truant yesterday morning?
    2. There was no a student show at Maladi Stadium last night.
    3. They attended the school meeting.
    4. Your father didn‟t buy a new car?
    5. The teacher gave him a prize?
                Scoring: Correct answer scores 2
                Maximal Score: 10 x 2 = 20
    Task 3
    The answers will be scored based on the following criteria:
           Grammar and diction correct              score: 10
           Grammar correct, diction incorrect       score: 5-10
           Grammar incorrect, diction correct       score: 5-10
           Grammar and diction incorrect            score: 1
       Maximal score: 10


       Final scoring = activity I + activity II + activity III
                                    4
       Maximal score: 10




                                                             Surakarta, 14 July 2010
Acknowledged by,
The Principal of SMK .......                                 English Teacher,




Drs. Mickel Jackson                                          Ipin Upin, S.Pd
NIP. 196102161988031004

				
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