School Unit : North Kuta Public High School
Class/ Semester : XII/I
Program : Science, Social, Language and Art
Subject : English
Theme : Transactional / Interpersonal conversation
Number of Meeting : 1 X
Skill : Listening
I. Standards Competency
- Understanding the meaning of the transactional text and inter personal conversations formally and sustainable in the daily life context
- Understanding the meaning of short functional text and monologue in the form of narratives, explanatory, and discussion in the daily life context
II. Basic competencies:
- Responding meaning in transactional conversations (to get thing done) and inter-personal (social) and (sustained) accurately, currently, and appropriately, using various spoken language in the daily life context involves a speech act: asking/giving suggestion, complaining, giving orders, expressing hope.
- Responding the meaning of short functional text formal and informally using various spoken language accurately, fluently, and appropriately in the daily life context.
- Responding the meaning of monologue text using various spoken language accurately, fluently and appropriately in the daily life context in form of narrative, explanation, and discussion.
- Identify the meaning of words (C1)
- Take note some useful information(C1)
- Name thing (C1)
- Matching the words meaning (C1)
- Choosing the correct expression(C1)
IV. Learning Objectives
After listening the tape recorder the students are able to
- Identify the meaning of words (C1)
- Take note some useful information(C1)
- Name thing (C1)
- Match the words meaning (C1)
- Choose the correct expression(C1)
V. Instructional Materials
Expressions of: asking/giving suggestion, complaining, giving orders, expressing hope.
- Suggestion, pleaded
A: I’d like to suggest that…; that …;
B: It sounds like a good suggestion
A: This is crazy!
B: Join the club.
- Discuss the possibility or ability to do something
A: Would it be possible for you to …?
B: Yeah, sure.
VI. Time allocation: 2×45 minutes
VII. Learning Methods
VIII. Learning experiences
|N0||TEACHERS’ ACTIVITIES||STU DENTS ACTIVI TIES||CHARACTER BUIL DING|
- Forms: written and oral questions
- Instruments: (attached)
- Guidelines for assessment:
Maximum Value = 10
Student Value = x 10
a. Listening Assessment Rubric
|Essays||Contents true, correct grammar
Contents correct, incorrect grammar
Content, and grammar is not quite right
|Each correct answer
Every answer is wrong / not answered
b. Listening Assessment Format
|Verbal||Performance||1||Correct pronunciation, correct intonation, good fluency meaningfulness, correct grammar, good gesture / body language.||6|
|Correct pronunciation, correct intonation, fluency meaningfulness, correct grammar, poor gesture / body language.||5|
|Correct pronunciation, correct intonation, good fluency meaningfulness, incorrect grammar, poor gesture / body language.||4|
|Correct pronunciation, correct intonation, bad fluency meaningless, incorrect grammar, poor gesture / body language.||3|
|Correct pronunciation, incorrect intonation, bad fluency meaningless, incorrect grammar, poor gesture / body language.||2|
|Incorrect pronunciation, incorrect intonation, bad fluency meaningless, incorrect grammar, poor gesture / body language.||1|
c. Affective assessment Rubric
|Note: 1= Keterbukaan|
|3 = Kerajinan|
|4 = Tenggang rasa|
|5 = Disiplin|
|6 = Kerjasama|
|7 =Ramah tamah|
|8 = Hormat pada guru|
|10= menepati Janji|
|12= Tanggung jawab|
Score range : 1 – 3
3 = High
2 = Medium
1 = Low
Score 25-36 = High
Score 13-24 = Mid
Score 1-12 = Low
- Work in group. Look at these pictures and discuss with your partner what phenomena they are. Then, decide which phenomena belong to natural phenomena and which belong to man-made.
- You are going to her short explanations about six different phenomena. As you listen to the explanations, match each explanation to its correct name of phenomenon.
- Now you are going to listen to the text and note down some useful information.
- Work in pairs and answer these questions according to the text.
- What is the title of the text?
b. Land Pollution
c. Water Pollution
d. Air Pollution
e. Noise Pollution
- How many kinds of pollution mentioned in the text?
- What is the major cause of pollution?
b. natural disaster
c. people activities
d. animal activities
e. transport activities
- Plastic bags can cause….
a. gas pollution
b. air pollution
c. natural pollution
d. land pollution
e. water pollution
- To reduce the air pollution, people should …
a. clean the air
b. use motorcycle
c. use mass transport
d. use water transport
e. drive their own cars
- Match the words below with their definitions:
- Listen to various conversation of expressions of giving/asking suggestion, complaining, expressing hopes. Then, answer the given questions.
Questions for Dialogue 1
1. What did Serena congratulate Bill for?
a. For being a new redactor.
b. For his new position as editor.
c. For being chosen as publisher.
d. For being promoted as director.
e. For being chosen as the best writer.
2. What’s Serena’s suggestion to Billy?
a. He should change the cover.
b. He should replace the editor.
c. He should replace the redactor.
d. He should make a new lay out.
e. He should add the number of pages.
3. Why did Serena suggest that the lay out should be replaced?
a. Because it was boring.
b. Because it was colorful.
c. Because it was interesting
d. Because it was black and white
e. Because many people want to change it.
Questions for Dialogue 2
4. Who are involved in the dialogue?
a. the guest and the mechanic
b. the guest and the receptionist
c. the guest and the cleaning service
d. the cleaning service with his boss
e. the receptionist and the electrician
5. What is the dialog about?
a. giving advice
b. giving suggestion
c. giving service
6. Which room is occupied by the guest in the dialogue?
Questions for Dialogue 3
7. Who are the couple’s name?
a. Dion and Helga
b. Dion and Yanti
c. Yanto and Helga
d. Yanti and Andre
e. Helga and Yanti
8. What did Helga say to congratulate Yanti?
a. “Thank you for coming”.
c. “Happy marriage. I hope your marriage will last forever.”
d. “I hope you’ll be happy forever.”
e. “Congratulation for your wedding.”
- Look at the picture. Then answer the questions.
- What picture is it?
- What is the function of it?
- How does it work
- Listen to the text. Complete the text as you listening.
- Match the words you have filled in Task 8 into their synonyms as follows.
- Listen and choose the best response to the requests.
- Listen to the text. Fill in the blanks.
Flooding is a natural event. It 1)_________ when there is heavy rainfall that fills rivers and streams above their normal capacity, or if there are very high river or coastal tides that cause levels to rise or surge. The excess 2)_________ that gathers cannot be restrained by normal boundaries (such as a river embankment) and follows the path of least resistance.
This means areas that are low lying and close to the source of g flood will be the most 3)_________ Floods can also occur when rainwater collects on the ground and cannot find a source to drain into. A 4)________ example is surface water run-off (for example, if you are located at the bottom of g hill or slope of ground). Localized flooding mainly happens when the ground cannot 5)__________ any more water in a particular area, or if sewers and underground drains become blocked or cannot cope with the excess water trying to drain into them.
Taken from: http:www.floodefence.com
Unit 1 : How Does It Happen?
1. Inundation of land by the rise and overflow of a body of water. They occur most commonly when water from heavy rainfall, from melting ice and snow, or from a combination of these exceeds the carrying capacity of the river system, lake, or ocean into which it runs.
2. Uncontrolled fire occurring in vegetation more than 6 feet (1.8 m) in height. These often reach the proportions of a major conflagration and are sometimes begun by combustion and heat from surface and ground fires.
3. Water that condenses from water vapor in the atmosphere and falls to Earth as separate drops from clouds. Rain forms primarily in three ways: at weather fronts, when the water vapor in the warmer mass of air cools and condenses; along mountain ranges, when a warm mass of air is forced to rise over a mountain and its water vapor cools and condenses; and by convection in hot climates, when the water vapor in suddenly rising masses of warm air cools and condenses.
4. An arc-shaped spectrum of color seen in the sky opposite the Sun, especially after rain, caused by the refraction and reflection of sunlight by droplets of water suspended in the air.
5. A very large ocean wave that is caused by an underwater earthquake or volcanic eruption and often causes extreme destruction when it strikes land. It can have heights of up to 30 m (98 ft) and reach speeds of 950 km (589 mi) per hour.
6. The rapid downward sliding of a mass of earth and rock. They usually move over a confined area. Many kinds of events can trigger them, such as the over steepening of slopes by erosion associated with rivers, glaciers, or ocean waves; heavy snow melt which saturates soil and rock; or earthquakes that lead to the failure of weak slopes.
Taken from http://dictionary.reference.com
Do you know pollution? Pollution is caused by human activities and natural phenomena, but it is caused more by human. Pollution is divided into four kinds; they are, water pollution, land pollution, air pollution and noise pollution.
Air pollution caused by industry activities, vehicles or forest fire. Water pollution happens because of human activities such as industries’ waste and house wastes which are thrown carelessly. Land pollution happens because people bury plastic wastes, Styrofoam, or cans that can’t be broken by land bacteria. Noise pollution is happened because of the noise produced by vehicles, machines industries and home industries.
We can help to reduce the pollution. Use public transport or mass transport rather than private car. Try to avoid using plastic, Styrofoam to prevent the land pollution. Do not throwing trash into the river, lakes or seas.
Serena : Hi, Bill! Congratulation, you are chosen as the redactor of school magazine.
Billy : Oh, Hi, Serena. Thank you.
Serena : What’s your planning now?
Billy : I have to prepare a new concept. Do you have any idea?
Serena : Hmmm, I recommend that you should change the magazine lay out.
Billy : Really, Why?
Serena : The readers may get bored with the former lay out, it has already been used since the first time it was established. Besides, you can make it more colorful.
Billy : Ok, good idea. Thank you for your suggestion.
Guest : Excuse me, please.
Receptionist : Yes, please, anything I can do for you?
Guest : I’m afraid I’d like to complain several things. I found this morning my bed sheet is dirty, the TV switch doesn’t work, and one more thing: there are no hangers in the wardrobe.
Receptionist : We are so sorry for the inconvenience. I’ll ask the cleaning service to check your room. Which room number please?
Guest : 605
Receptionist : Okay, sir. And would you wait for fifteen minutes to have the electrician check the TV switch?
Guest : That’s alright, thank you.
Receptionist : You are welcome, Sir.
Situation: Dion and Helga are at Yanti and Andre’s wedding party.
Dion : Andre, congratulation for your wedding. I hope you‘ll be happy for ever.
Andre : Ok, thank you Dion.
Helga : Happy marriage. I hope your marriage will last forever.
Yanti : Thank you. Thank you for coming.
How Refrigerators Work
Refrigerators have been a great boon to society. They have allowed us to preserve foods for long periods that previously had to be consumed right away. With modern refrigerator-freezers we can produce ice in the home without even thinking about it.
Even so, we should think about it. How does this marvelous and useful gadget work? It is based on the principle that an expanding gas tends to cool. The system begins with a compressor that begins the process that condenses the gas into a liquid form. This has the effect of warming it to some degree, but when the gas is pumped into the condenser coils a fan blows air over it. The heat in the liquid is exchanged to the air which is blown away. This is why you can often feel warm air coming out from under your refrigerator.
From the condenser coils the liquid is pumped into the expansion valve, which is basically a chamber that allows the gas to expand. When it does this, it cools considerably. It is then pumped into the evaporator coils which run through areas of the freezer and refrigerator. Here, they absorb heat from the food and air. Finally, it is sent back to the condenser where it starts the process all over again.
Taken from: http://www.indepthinfo.com
1. Do you mind if I send you text message?
2. Could you please to repeat, how many times I should take these medicines?
3. Would you mind if I borrow your motorcycle?
4. Where can I find National Geographic?
5. Can you move those rackets to their place?
Flooding is a natural event. It occurs when there is heavy rainfall that fills rivers and streams above their normal capacity, or if there are very high river or coastal tides that cause levels to rise or surge. The excess water that gathers cannot be restrained by normal boundaries (such as a river embankment) and follows the path of least resistance.
This means areas that are low lying and close to the source of a flood will be the most vulnerable. Floods can also occur when rainwater collects on the ground and cannot find a source to drain into. A typical example is surface water run-off (for example, if you are located at the bottom of a hill or slope of ground). Localized flooding mainly happens when the ground cannot absorb any more water in a particular area, or if sewers and underground drains become blocked or cannot cope with the excess water trying to drain into them.
Taken from: http://floodefence.com/flood%20happen.htm?%20text.html
Unit 1 : How Does It Happen?
4. 1. a 2. c 3. c 4. d 5. c
5. 1. d 2. c 3. a 4. f 5. b 6. e
6. 1. a 2. d 3. a 4. b
5. d 6. c 7. d 8. c
8. See listening script.
9. Find the synonym.
1. condenser – condenser
2. moderately hot – warm
3. benefit – boon
4. driven out – pumped
5. device – gadget
6. soaked up – absorb
7. begins – starts
8. compartment – chamber
9. fridge – freezer
10. greatly – considerably
10. 1. a 2. c 3. a 4. c 5. c
11. See listening script.
IX. Learning Resources
- Intensive learning English for grade XII, PT Setia Full
- Access to English Competence English for Senior High School Jilid 3A, penerbit Sansekerta Inti
- Script conversation or recording conversations
- Relevant drawings
- Advanced Learning English 3 (p.2-9)
Acknowledge North Kuta, July 2012 School Principle of North Kuta High School English Teacher
Dr. Drs. I Ketut Kerta, M.Pd. Dra. Ni Wayan Sardani, M.Sc. MPd NIP. 196112311981111040 NIP. 196404011993032013