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rpp semester genap kelas 8 rsbi 2011-2012

LESSON PLAN

School : SMPN 1 RSBI Batu
Subject : English
Grade/Semester : VIII/2
Text type : Recount Text
Language Skill : Listening
Time Allotment : 2 x 40 minutes

A. Standard Competence : Listening
8. Understanding the functional significance in oral text, and simple short monologue form of narrative, recount and exposition to communicate with the surrounding environment and / or in the academic context.

B. Basic Competence :
8.2 Understanding the meaning implied in the text short and simple form of oral narrative,
recount, and exposition in communicating with the surrounding environment and / or in the academic context.

C. Indicators:
1. Students can identify the explicit meaning of the expression of Asking, giving and rejecting help in the dialog
2. Students can identify the explicit meaning of the expression of admitting and denying a fact in the dialog
3. Students can response statement and giving attention to the speaker; beginning, extending, and closing conversation; beginning, extending, and closing conversation by phone

D. Learning Objectives:
At the end of the session, students are able to:
1. Infer words or phrases based on context. (understanding level)
2. Find information in a recount text. (remembering level)
3. Identify implicit information from the text. (analyzing level)
4. Identify explicit information from the text. (analyzing level)
5. Identify the main idea of paragraph text (analyzing level)




E. Learning Material
1. A recount Text
My Horrible Experience
Let me remind you my experience during an earthquake last week. When the earthquake happened, I was on my car. I was driving home from my vocation to Bali.
Suddenly my car lunched to one side, to the left. I thought I got flat tire. I did not know that it was an earthquake. I knew it was an earthquake when I saw some telephone and electricity poles falling down to the ground, like matchsticks.
Then I saw a lot of rocks tumbling across the road. I was trapped by the rock. Even I could not move my car at all. There were rocks everywhere. There was nothing I could do but left the car and walked along way to my house, in the town.
When I reached my town, I was so surprised that there was almost nothing left. The earthquake made a lot of damage to my town. Although nothing was left, I thanked God that nobody was seriously injured.
2. Communicative purpose: To retell past events chronologically (about someone’s experience).
3. Generic structure:
Orientation : introducing the characters or participants of the story, where it happened, and when it happened.
Events : Chronological sequence of the events.
Reorientation : - Ending of the story.
- There may be some personal comments on the events.

1. Grammar:
1. Using Past Tense
2. Using action verb
3. Using adjectives
2. Language Feature Analysis
• Using personal participant; I
• Using chronological connectives; then, and, suddenly
• Using linking verb; was, were
• Using action verb; moved, left, walked, made, etc
• Using simple past tense pattern; earthquake happened, I was on the car, my car
lunched on one side, etc

5. Vocabulary:
- Words related to theme and kind of text.

F. Teaching Method/Technique
Three-phase technique (Pre Listening, Whilst Listening, Post Listening)




G. Teaching Learning Activities
1. Pre-Activities
1. Greetings (courtesy)
2. Take attendance (complying social rules)
3. Review previous lesson (thinking creatively, logically and innovatively)
4. Introduce the new lesson; Recount by asking the students some titles of the recount that they
know (attentiveness)

2. Whilst Activities
1. Students listen to a recount story.(attentiveness)
2. Students find the synonim and antonym of the words given. (curiously, thinking logically)
3. Students answer some questions orally after listening the recount. The questions are
about explicit and also implicit information. (thinking logically and creatively)
4. Students analyze the text based on the genre.Then discuss it.(cooperative)
5. The students do cloze test procedure (different text) given by teacher.(curiously, thinking logically and creatively)

3. Post Activities
1. Summing up (thinking logically)
2. Reflection is done by answering and questioning (diversity)
3. Assign students to imagine similar recount text but has no ending. and they have to write it. The next meeting, they’re going to submitt their works.(responsible)
KMTT: Perform an dialog (free discussion text) by phone to friend then report in written short dialog
H. Learning Resources:
1. Textbooks
2. Tape script and/recording
3. Pictures
I. Assessment
1. Blueprint
No Indicators Materials Techniques Types Examples
1.



2.


3.




4.


5. Infer words or phrases based on context. (understanding level)

Find information in a narrative text. (remembering level)

Identify implicit information from the text. (analyzing level)

Identify explicit information from the text. (analyzing level)

Identify the main idea of paragraph text (analyzing level) Recount test Written test




Written test



Written test


Written test



Written test Short answer



Short answer


Short answer


Short answer a text Find the synonim and antonym of the following words.
Listen to the text and answer the following questions

Listen to the text and answer the questions

Listen to the text and answer the questions


Rearrange these sentences into a good paragraph and analyse the generic structure !

2. Instrument
A. Find the meaning of the following words!
1. Remind = . . . . 6. Tumble = . . . .
2. During = . . . . 7. Trapped = . . . .
3. Earthquake = . . . . 8. Injure = . . . .
4. Suddenly = . . . . 9. Flat = . . . .
5. Pole = . . . . 10. Reach = . . . .


B. Rearrange these sentences into a good paragraph and analyse the generic structure !
1. At first I thought a tire had gone, but then I saw telegraph poles collapsing like
matchsticks.
2. I was driving along the coast road when the car suddenly lurched to one side.
3. The rocks came tumbling across the road and I had to abandon the car.
4. When I got back to town, well, as I said, there wasn’t much left.




3. Scoring guide:
For Part A, score 2 for each correct answer
For Part B, score 4 for each correct answer
For Part C, score max 50 for correct answer

Maximum score:
For part A: 10 x 2 = 20
For part B: 6 x 4 = 30
For part C: Max 50
Maximum score = 100
Score = X 100

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