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LESSON PLAN

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Senor High School English XII / 2 1 2 X 45 Minutes

STANDARD COMPETENCE : 2. Listening Understanding meaning of short functional text and simple monologue text in the form of narrative, explanation, and discussion in context of everyday life BASIC COMPETENCE : 2.2 Listening (Explanation) Responding meaning in simple monologue text that uses kind of spoken language in accurately, fluently and acceptable in context of everyday life in the form of explanation text INDICATORS : 1. find certain /factual information 2. find detail information 3. find implied information 4. find general information I. TEACHING OBJECTIVES After and learning process of spoken monologue text in the form of explanation, students are able to: 1. find certain /factual information 2. find detail information 3. find implied information 4. find general information

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MATERIAL APPROACH METHOD/TECHNIQUE TEACHING PROCEDURES

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Explanation Text entitled How a Cell Phone works (Enclosed) Competence Based Approach Presentation and discussion

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Opening y Greeting and checking attendance y Informing the target of the achieved indicators y Giving Warm-up activities (ACT 1) Main-Teaching Activities Oral Cycle BkoF ( Building Knowledge of the Field)

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Inviting students to share about the definition of explanation, its generic sturcture, language feature and its social function. (ACT. 2) Inviting students to share about the the lexicogrammatical feature of explanation text and the vocabulary in context dealing with the text that is going to be heard. (ACT. 3) Inviting students to imitate and repeat the pronunciation of the selected words or vocabularies. Introducing students the examples of vocabulary-usage

Oral Cycle

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Students study the questions (ACT.4) Teacher plays on the audio file while students listen to it to get the answer from the given question. (ACT.5) Teacher and students discuss the answer together from the given question (ACT. 6) 10

Closing y Inviting the randomised students to sum up from the spoken monologue text that is in the form of explanation text into oral presentation (ACT. 7) y Checking the students learning progress y Giving motivation and the preview of the next meeting. y Closing and Leave-taking

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Equipment, Material, and Sources Equipment : LCD Projector, a unit of laptop, and a unit of speaker active (language laboratory) Material : An audio file about Explanation Text entitled how a cell phone works Sources : 1. Standard Competence of BSNP year 2006 2. Priyana, Joko. Riandi, Anita. and Prasetyo Mumpuni (2008) INTERLANGUAGE: English for Senior High School Students X: SMA/MA-Jakarta: Pusat Perbukuan, Departemen Pendidikan Nasional 3. http://www.bos-sulap.blospot.com/ Evaluation Type Form Instrument Scoring of Cognitive (Listening) Affective

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Structural Essay Written test (Enclosed) in rubrics (enclosed) Presence Participation Activism of English usage Accuracy of task completion

Kediri, June 15th, 2010 Approved by Headmaster of State Senior High School Teacher

STUDENTS WORKSHEET

Explanation text
Act 1 Answer the following questions based on your own experience orally! 1. Do you have a cellular phone? 2. What is the trade mark of your cellular phone? 3. What is the function of cellular phone? 4. Do you know how it works? Act 2 Study the following notes! Definition and purposes of Explanation Explanation is a text which tells processes relating to forming of natural, social, scientific and cultural phenomena. Explanation text is to say 'why' and 'how' of the forming of the phenomena. It is often found in science, geography and history text books. Generic structure of Explanation  General statement (stating the phenomenon issues which are to be explained)  Sequenced explanation (stating a series of steps which explain the phenomena)  Concluding Statements (optional) Language Feature  Featuring generic participant; sun, rain, etc  Using chronological connection; to begin with, next, then etc  Using simple present tense (to talk about things in general) Verbal sentence: (+) S + V1(s/es) + O/C (-) S + Do/Does + not + V1+ O/C (?) Do/Does + S + V1+ O/C? Non verbal Sentences: (+) S + (is/am/are) + O/C (-) S + (is/am/are) + not + O/C (?) (Is/am/are)+ S + O/C? E.g.: (+) Cell phone is important (-) Cell Phone is not important. (?) Is cell phone important? E.g.: (+) Tsunami causes great wave (-) Tsunami does not cause great wave. (?) Does Tsunami cause great wave?

Act 3 You are going to listen to a monologue in the form of news item. Before you listen to it, study the following words then repeat your teacher pronouncing the words! a. b. c. d. e. Gadget Invented Wireless Transmitting Switching f. Signal g. Wire h. Increasing i. Relayed j. Network

Act 4 You are going to listen to a monologue in the form of explanation text. Before you listen to it, study the following questions! 1. What is cell phone? 2. What is the function of cell phone? 3. Who invented telephone? 4. When was cell phone invented? 5. Who was Gugluelmo Marconi?

6. When was cell phone born? 7. What does the connection of cell phone usually use? 8. What is the function of the towers? 9. Why are the signals different in certain areas? 10 . What does the text explain about?

Act 5 Now listen carefully to the monologue, and answer the questions above completely! Act 6 Now listen carefully to the monologue once again, and check your answer with the teacher! Act 7 Retell the monologue with your own words!

Enclosure: 1. Listening Script of task 4, Evaluation and their answers. 2. Rubrics for Listening Assessment

ENCLOSURE
1. A. Listening script of Task 4, Questions and the Answer How a Cell Phone works

A cell phone is a great gadget in this modern world. What is a cell phone? A cell phone is actually a radio in certain way. Like a radio, by a cell phone we can communicate to other people in real time. Million people use cell phone for their communication. Even nowadays, people use cell phones to communicate in voice, written and data. Alexander Graham Bell is the person who make great change in the way people communicate to each other. He invented a telephone in 1876. While wireless radio was formally known in 1894 presented by Guglielmo Marconi. By these two technologies, then a cell phone was born. However do you know how actually cell phones work? This short explanation on how a cell phone work is really wonderful. A cell phone or in long term "cellular telephone' works by transmitting signals of radio to towers of cellular. The towers are networked to a central switching station. The connection usually uses wire, fiber optic-cables, or microwave. Then the central switching station which handles calls in certain given area is directed connected to the wire-based telephone system. Cellulars are pick up by the towers and relayed to another cellular telephone user or the user of wire-based telephone network. The towers vary in the capacity and capability to receive signals. Some can receive the signal from short distance and the others can receive more distance. However, there are usually more than one tower in certain given area so that the system can handle the increasing telephone traffic.

Indicators;
1. 2. 3. 4. Finding factual information from news item text (Question no. 1,2, 5, 8) Finding detail information from news item text (Question no.3, 4, 7) Finding implied information from news item text (Question no. 6,9) Finding the general information from news item text (Question no.10)

1. What is cell phone?

A cell phone is actually a radio in certain way


2. What is the function of cell phone? It is for communication 3. Who invented telephone? Alexander Graham Bell 4. When was cell phone invented? In 1876 5. Who was Gugluelmo Marconi? The inverter of wireless Radio 6. When was cell phone born? After telephone and wireless radio found 7. What does the connection of cell phone usually use?

The connection usually uses wire, fiber optic-cables, or microwave.


8. What is the function of the towers? To receive signals 9. Why are the signals different in certain areas?

The towers vary in the capacity and capability to receive signals


10. What does the text explain about? How to use a cell phone.

B. Listening script of Task 4, Questions and the Answer TSUNAMI

The term of tsunami comes from the Japanese which means harbor ("tsu") and wave ("nami"). A tsunami is a series of waves generated when water in a lake or a sea is rapidly displaced on a massive scale. A tsunami can be generated when the sea floor abruptly deforms and vertically displaces the overlying water. Such large vertical movements of the earth's crust can occur at plate boundaries. Seductions of earthquakes are particularly effective in generating tsunami, and occur where denser oceanic plates slip under continental plates. As the displaced water mass moves under the influence of gravity to regain its equilibrium, it radiates across the ocean like ripples on a pond. Tsunami always brings great damage. Most of the damage is caused by the huge mass of water behind the initial wave front, as the height of the sea keeps rising fast and floods powerfully into the coastal area. Answer the following Questions correctly! 1. Where does the term Tsunami Come From? It comes from the Japanese 2. What is tsunami? A tsunami is a series of waves generated when water in a lake or a sea is rapidly displaced on a massive scale. 3. What can occur at plate boundaries? Such large vertical movements of the earth's crust 4. When can tsunami be generated? When the sea floor abruptly deforms and vertically displaces the overlying water. 5. What caused tsunami? Seductions of earthquakes 6. What does a Tsunami always bring? Tsunami always brings great damage 7. What are particularly effective in generating tsunami? Seductions of earthquakes 8. What radiates across the ocean like ripples on a pond? As the displaced water mass 9. What caused most of the damage of tsunami? Most of the damage is caused by the huge mass of water behind the initial wave front, as the height of the sea keeps rising fast and floods powerfully into the coastal area. 10. What is the text main primarily about? How Tsunami happens

2. Rubrics for Listening assessment

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Indicators Finding the factual information

Scores Describtion 7 Idea, grammatical, and spelling are correct 4 Idea is correct but grammatical and spelling are less 2 Idea , grammatical, and spelling are less

0 2 Finding the detailed information Finding the implied information Finding general information 7 4 2 0 15 10 4 0 21 15 8 0

No answer Idea, grammatical, and spelling are correct Idea is correct but grammatical and spelling are less Idea , grammatical, and spelling are less No answer Idea, grammatical, and spelling are correct Idea is correct but grammatical and spelling are less Idea , grammatical, and spelling are less No answer Idea, grammatical, and spelling are correct Idea is correct but grammatical and spelling are less Idea , grammatical, and spelling are less No answer