BUKU AJAR BAHASA INGGRIS

PROCEDURE

Standar Kopetensi

-          Berkomunikasi lisan dan tertulis mengunakan ragam bahasa yang sesuai dengan lancer dan actual dalam wacana interaksional dan/atau monolog terutama berkenaan dengan wacana narasi, prosedur, spoof, recount, report dan news item.

Kopetensi Dasar

1.1  Mendengarkan

Memahami wacana interaksional dan interpersonal ringan tentang bagaimana melakukan sesuatu.

1.2  Berbicara

Mengungkapkan nuansa makna dalam wacana transaksional dan/atau monolog lisan.

1.3  Membaca

Memahami nuansa makna dan langkah-langkah pengembangan retorika di dalam teks tertulis.

1.4  Menulis

Mengungkapkan nuansa makna dengan langkah-langkah pengembangan retorika yang benar di dalam teks tertulis.

Alokasi waktu              : 2 x 40 (1 pertemuan)

Offering something to someone

  1. A. Listening

Task 1

The teacher will read the phrases or sentences, listen to them carefully and repeat up to your teacher.

Task 2

The teacher will read once more again, listen and write what have you heard.

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10.  ………………………………………………………………………………..

Task 3

The teacher will read a dialogue. Listen to it and complete the missing words.

Monica            : Would you like some coffe?

Aditya              : I’ll have (1)……….., please?

Satria               : (2)………..I’m trying to (3) …………on coffe.

Monica            : Here are some (4)……….

Help your self

Satria               : Oh, thank you. You’ve gone to (5)………..

Monica            : It was no (6)……….

  1. B. Speaking

Task 1

Read the dialogue carefully

  1. Alice          : Can I get you something to drink?

Feni           : I’d love cup of coffee, thanks.

Alice          : Sure. How do you like it?

Feni           : Black with sugar, please.

Alice          : Right, and how about you, Marta?

Marta        : Could I have cold drink, please.

Alice          : How about orange juice?

Marta        : That would be fine.

  1. Robert       : Hi, Malinda nice to meet you.

Malinda     : Hello Robert, Nice to meet you too.

Robert       : What do you like?

Malinda     : Soda, please.

I’m really thirsty.

Robert       : Would you like to anything to eat, sandwich or anything?

Malinda     : No, thanks. I had a big breakfast.

I’m not very hungry.

Robert       : Well. Here’s your soda.

Malinda     : Great. That just what I need.

Task 2

Answer the question based on the text 1,2.

  1. What does Feni want to drink?

……………………………………………..

  1. What coffee does she like?

……………………………………………

  1. Does Marta want to drink?

……………………………………………

  1. What does Malinda want to drink?

……………………………………………………

  1. Does Malinda want to have breakfast?

…………………………………………………………..

  1. Mention the expression used to offer something to someone in the texts.

………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..

  1. Mention the response of offering when it’s accepted or refused.

………………………………………………………………………………………………….

Task 3

Practice the dialogue above in front of the class with your partner.

  1. C. Reading

Task 1

Read the text carefully.

All around world, people drink tea. But tea doesn’t mean the same thing to everyone. In different countries, people have very different ideas drinking tea. In China, for example, tea is always served when people get together. The Chinese drink it at any time of day, at home, or in tea house. They prefer their tea plain, with nothing else in it.

Tea is also important in Japan. The Japanese has a special way of serving tea called a tea ceremony. There is even a special room for it in Japanese homes. Another tea-drinking country is England. In England the late afternoon is “tea time”. Almost everyone has a cup of tea then. The England usually makes tea in a teapot and drinks it with cream and sugar. They also eat cakes, cookies and little sandwiches at tea time.

In the United States people drink tea mostly for breakfast or after meals. Americans usually use tea bags to make their tea. Tea bags are faster and easier than making tea in teapots. In the summer, many Americans drink cold tea- ‘iced tea’. They sometimes drink iced tea from cans, like soda.

Task 2

Answer the questions

  1. Does the tea mean the same thing to everyone?

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  1. When do Chinese drink tea?

……………………………………………….

  1. Where do Chinese drink tea?

………………………………………………

  1. How do Chinese like tea?

………………………………………………

  1. What is special way of serving tea in Japan called?

………………………………………………………………………

  1. When do the England drink tea?

…………………………………………………

  1. Where do England make a tea?

……………………………………………….

  1. How do England like tea?

………………………………………………

  1. When do Americans drink tea?

………………………………………………

10.  How do Americans make a tea?

……………………………………………….

  1. D. Writing

Task 1

Write a short dialogue telling about offering something to tea and drink. If anyone declines an offer, try offering him/her something else.

A : ……………………………………………….

B : ……………………………………………….

A : ……………………………………………….

B : ……………………………………………….

Task 2

Act the dialogue you have written in your group in front of the class.

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