Materi Kelas XI pelajaran Bahasa Inggris Semester 1 Bagian 1 – Report

SPOKEN CYCLE
A.    Building Knowledge of Field
Speech Function (Listening & Speaking)
Expressing Satisfaction and Dissatisfaction
Task 1
Listen to your teacher reading the following dialogue. Identify the expressions.
Task 2

 

Study these following expressions.
Expressing satisfaction
• I’m satisfied/ glad/ happy with ….
• I Like/love it.
• It gives me pleasure.
• It’s really satisfying.
• Everything was satisfying.
• That’s nice/great/marvelous
Expressing dissatisfaction
• I’m not satisfied with ….
• I’m not happy with this.
• I dislike …..
• I’m dissatisfied with ….
• It’s dissatisfying.
• That’s annoying. Study this dialogue
Task 3
Read the text carefully.
Robert    : How do you feel about this food?
Terry        : Wow….. I am very satisfied. It’s very delicious.
Robert    : Yes, you are right. Would you have anymore?
Terry       : Yes, of course.
Robert    : I will take some for my younger sister. She’ll be very happy.
Terry       : Yeah and I will take for my mom at home.
Robert    : But, unfortunately, I am not happy with the service.
Terry       : I’m with you, because we have to wait for a long time.
Robert    : OK. Let’s go home.
Terry        : Yeah.
Task 4
Answer the questions based on the dialogue above.
  1. Which expression showing satisfaction?
……………………………………………
  1. Which expression showing dissatisfaction?
……………………………………………
Task 5
Read the dialogue and answer the questions based on the dialogue.
Paul     : Have you read today’s newspaper?
James   : Not yet. Is it interesting?
Paul     : Yes, the apology from the company. Take a look. The paper is over there.
James   : Picking up the newspaper and starting to read it. Is that all?
Paul     : Yes.
James   : This is not enough. I’m not satisfied yet. The size of the ads should have been half of the page. Besides, the company only apologized but they didn’t mention what they would do.
Paul     : Oh, come on. The point is not the matter of the size, but the company sincere to apologize.
James   : Still it’s not satisfying.
Paul     : I think they have already shown their good will. It’s more than enough.
Answer the following questions briefly.
1. Who are involved in the dialogue above?  ………………………………………….
2. What is the content of the paper?  …………………………………………………..
3. What does James say to express his dissatisfaction?  ……………………………….
4. Why does he feel so?  ……………………………………………………………….
5. Write Paul’s expression to express his satisfaction.  ………………………………..
Task 6
Make your own dialogue based on the situation given in each number.
1.           Ben and Fred are in the internet café. They are complaining about the connection which is too slow.
Ben   : _____________________________________
Fred  : _____________________________________
Ben   : _____________________________________
Fred  : _____________________________________
Ben   : _____________________________________
2.           Sarah and her mother just came from the hospital for taking a medical check up. The doctor always kept smile and spoke politely during the check up.
Sarah : _____________________________________
Mom : _____________________________________
Sarah : _____________________________________
Mom : _____________________________________
Sarah : _____________________________________
Expressing Warning
Task 7
Study these expressions.
  1. Watch out!
  2. Look out!
  3. Be careful!
  4. Take care when you drive!
  5. Whatever you do, do it carefully.
  6. Beware!
  7. These tablets should be kept out of the reach of the children.
  8. Read the instruction attentively.
  9. Keep out of the carpet. It has just been cleaned.
Example
Wina                : “Mom, let me go out for a while, please?”
Mother             : “Where are you going to go, Win?”
Wina                : “I’d like to visit Ririn. She got accident this morning. She is in the hospital now.”
Mother             : “Okay, but take care when you drive! The road is very slippery.”
Wina                : “Thank you, Mom.”
Task 8
Complete the dialogue by putting the appropriate expression in the box below.
Harry         : “Dad, can I use the screwdriver?”
Dad           : “The screwdriver is in the toolbox in the warehouse. …………”
Harry         : “I need to repair the lamp switch in my room”
Dad           : ”…………. Turn the fuse off, first and ………………………..”
Harry         : “Ok Dad. By the way, ……………….”
Dad           : “It’s in the warehouse too, on the wall, behind the door.”
Harry         : “I’ve turned the fuse off. I’m ready to repair the switch.”
Dad           : “………….”
Harry         : “Of course.”
Grammar Focus
Simple Present Tense
The functions of Simple Present Tense are to express general truth or fact, and habitual activities/actions. The time references used in Simple Present Tense are:
Every … (week/month/year, etc.), Always, Often, Usually, Sometimes, Seldom, Never, Annually, Occasionally, etc. The pattern of Simple Present Tense is as followed:
  1. Verbal Pattern
(+) He//She/It + V1-s/-es
(+) I/We/You/They + V1
(-) He/She/It + does not/ doesn’t+V1
(-) I/We/You/They+do not/don’t+V1
(?) Does + He/She/It + V1 + ?
(?) Do + I/We/You/They + V1
  1. Nominal Pattern
(+) He/She/It + is + Adj/N/Adv
(-) He/She/It + is not/ isn’t + Adj/N/Adv
(?) Is + He/She/It + Adj/N/Adv + ?
(+) We/You/They + are + Adj/N/Adv
(-) We/You/They + are not/ aren’t + Adj/N/Adv
(?) Are + We/You/They + Adj/N/Adv + ?
(+) I + am + Adj/N/Adv
(-) I + am + not + Adj/N/Adv
(?) am + I + Adj/N/Adv + ?
Example:
Logan             : Do you speak English?
Javier              : Yes, I do, how about you? Do you speak English too?
Logan             No, I don’t. Well, I speak a little.
Javier              : Does Sarah speak English?
Logan             Yes, she does. And how about Yahiko? Does he speak English too?
Javier              : No, he doesn’t. He speaks a little English.
Logan             Where are you from?
Javier              : I am from Cuba.
Logan             Where is Sarah from?
Javier              : She is from Canada.
Logan             Is Yahiko from China?
Javier              : No, he isn’tHe’s from Japan.
Logan             What about Won Bin and Lee Min Ho? Are they Japanese too?
Javier              : No, they aren’t. They are Koreans.
Task 9
Correct the word in the bracket.
Mr. Bennet     : Where (be)…. Jimmy?
Mrs. Bennet   : He’s in bed.
Mr. Bennet     : What (be)…. the matter with him?
Mrs. Bennet   : He (feel)…. ill.
Mr. Bennet     : We must call the doctor.
Mrs. Bennet   : Yes, we must.
Mr. Bennet     : (….)…. you remember the doctor’s phone number?
Mrs. Bennet   : Yes. It (be) 09-8976
Doctor Khan  : Open your mouth Jimmy, say ‘Ah’.
Mrs. Bennet   : How (be)…. Jimmy, Doctor?
Doctor            Khan  : He (have)…. a bad cold. He must stay in bed for a week.
Mrs. Bennet   : That (be)…. a good news for Jimmy.
Doctor            Khan  : Good news? Why?
Mrs. Bennet   : Because he (not/like)…. school.
Task 10
Fill the blank with suitable form.
A cactus (plural: cacticactuses, or cactus(is/are)…. a member of the plant familyCactaceae, within the order Caryophyllales. Cacti (is/are)…. native to the Americas, ranging from Patagonia in the south to parts of western Canada in the north. There is only one exception,Rhipsalis baccifera, which is also found in Africa and Sri Lanka.
Most cacti (live/lives)…. in habitats which are subject to at least some degree of drought. Many live in extremely dry environments, even being found in the Atacama Desert, one of the driest places on earth. Cacti (show/shows)…. many adaptations to conserve water. Most species of cacti have lost true leaves, retaining only spines, which are highly modified leaves. As well as defending against herbivores, spines (reduce/reduces)…. air flow close to the cactus and provide some shade, both of which help to prevent water loss.
In the absence of leaves, enlarged stems (carry/carries)…. out photosynthesis. Unlike many other succulents, the stem (is/are)…. the only part of most cacti where this vital process(take/takes)…. place. Cactus stems also (store/stores)…. water, often being ribbed or fluted which allows them to expand and contract easily. Cacti come in a wide range of shapes and sizes. The tallest free-standing cactus is Pachycereus pringlei, with a maximum recorded height of 19.2 m (63 ft), and the smallest is Blossfeldia liliputiana, only about 1 cm (0.4 in) in diameter at maturity. Many cacti (have/has)…. a short growing season and a long dormancy and are able to react quickly to any rainfall, helped by an extensive but relatively shallow root system. A fully grown saguaro (Carnegiea gigantea) is said to be able to absorb as much as 200 US gallons (760 l; 170 imp gal) of water during a rainstorm.
B.     Modeling of Text
Task 11
Read the text loudly!
Attention, please. OK, students, today I’m going to tell you about a platypus. Do you know what is platypus? Many people call platypus duckbill because this animal has a bill like duckbill. Platypus is a native Tasmania and southern and eastern Australia.
Platypus has a flat tail and webbed feet. Its body length is 30 to 45 cm and covered with a thick and woolly layer of fur. Its bill is detecting prey and stirring up mud. Platypus’ eyes and head are small. It has no ears but has ability to sense sound and light.
Platypus lives in streams, rivers, and lakes. Female platypus usually dig burrows in the streams or river banks. The burrows are blocked with soil to protect it from intruders and flooding. In the other hand, male platypus does not need any burrow to stay.
Task 12
Answer the questions based on the text!
1.      What does the text about?
Answer: ……………………………………………………………………………
2.      What is Platypus generally called as?
Answer: ……………………………………………………………………………
3.      How is the appearance of Platypus?
Answer: ……………………………………………………………………………
4.      Where do the Platypus live well?
Answer: ……………………………………………………………………………
5.      Where do they originate?
Answer: ……………………………………………………………………………
6.      What is the habit of female Platypus?
Answer: ……………………………………………………………………………
7.      Why are the burrow blocked?
Answer: ……………………………………………………………………………
8.      Does the text use simple present tense?
Answer: ……………………………………………………………………………
9.      Circle the information below which are used to tell about Platypus!
a.       the size            d.  the habits
b.      the fur             e.  the feet
c.       the eyes           f.   the way to live
10.  What does the text intend to?
Answer: ……………………………………………………………………………
Note:
Analyzing on the Text
Generic Structure analysis
General classification; stating general classification, the animal of platypus.
Description; describing in detail characterization of platypus’ body and habitual life
Language Feature Analysis
Focusing in group; the animal of platypus
conditional, logical connective; but, in the other hand
Simple present tense pattern; Platypus lives in streams, male platypus does not need any burrow, etc
C.    Joining Construction of Text
Task 13
Work in pairs. Look at this chart.
What kind of plant does banana belong to?
·         Monocotyl
·         Tropical plant
Where can you find?
·         In the garden
·         In the plantation
What does a banana tree look like?
·         Its height is up to 3 m.
·         The leaves are long.
·         They grow from a small root.
·         The trunks have layers
·         They produce sucker.
What does the fruit look like?
·         They are produced from a sucker.
·         These fruit start growing downwards before they grow in large bunches.
·         A fully grown bunch can weigh up to thirty five kilos
What are the uses of banana?
·         They can be made into various foods.
·         Their leaves can be made into food wrapper.
·         Bananas are easily digested.
·         Bananas contain important trace minerals.
·         Bananas provide healthy energy boost.
·         Bananas are very useful for athletes and tennis player.
Task 14
Based on the information in the chart, tell your friends about banana.
Use the planner below:
Greeting
………………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………
Opening
………………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………
General classification
………………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………
Description
………………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………
Closing
………………………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………………………………
Task 15
Make similar chart about a certain plant and tell your report to your friends.
D.    Independent Construction of Text
Task 16
Tell your friends using a picture of an animal, a plant, or a thing.
WRITTEN CYCLE
A.    Building Knowledge of Field
Grammar Focus
Conjunctions
A conjunction is a word that links words, phrases, or clauses. There are three types of conjunctions:coordinating conjunctions, correlative conjunctions, and subordinating conjunctions.
a. Coordinating Conjunctions
F
A
N
B
O
Y
S
for
and
nor
but
or
yet
so
An easy way to remember these six conjunctions is to think of the word FANBOYS. Each of the letters in this somewhat unlikely word is the first letter of one of the coordinating conjunctions. Remember, when using a conjunction to join two sentences, use a comma before the conjunction.
Examples and Sentences Coordinating Conjunctions
CONJUNCTION
SAMPLE SENTENCES
for
The boy keeps the lights on, for he is afraid of sleeping in the dark.
and
We have tickets for the symphony and the opera.
but
The orchestra rehearses on Tuesday, but the chorus rehearses on Wednesday.
or
Have you seen or heard the opera by Scott Joplin?
yet
I didn’t study, yet I passed the exam.
so
I wanted to sit in the front of the balcony, so I ordered my tickets early.
b. Correlative Conjunctions
both…and
not only…but also
either…or
neither…nor
whether…or
Remember, correlative conjunctions are always used in pairs. They join similar elements. When joining singular and plural subjects; the subject closest to the verb determines whether the verb is singular or plural.
Examples and Sentences Correlative Conjunctions
CONJUNCTIONS
SAMPLE SENTENCE
both…and
Both my sister and my brother play the piano.
either…or
Tonight’s program is either Mozart or Beethoven.
neither…nor
Neither the orchestra nor the chorus was able to overcome the terrible acoustics in the church
not only…but also
Not only does Sue raise money for the symphony, but she also ushers at all of their concerts.
whether…or
She asked to his husband whether he would go to London or stayed at home.
c. Subordinating Conjunctions
Subordinating conjunctions, (subordinators) are most important in creating subordinating clauses. These adverbs that act like conjunctions are placed at the front of the clause. The adverbial clause can come either before or after the main clause. Subordinators are usually a single word, but there are also a number of multi-word subordinators that function like a single subordinating conjunction. They can be classified according to their use in regard to time, cause and effect, opposition, or condition. Remember; put a comma at the end of the adverbial phrase when it precedes the main clause.
TIME
CAUSE & EFFECT
OPPOSITION
CONDITION
after
because
although
if
before
since
though
unless
when
now that
even though
only if
while
as
whereas
whether or not
since
in order that
while
even if
until
so
 in case (that)
etc.
Examples and Sentences Subordinating Conjunctions
CONJUNCTION
SAMPLE SENTENCE
after
We are going out to eat after we finish taking the test.
since
Since we have lived in Atlanta, we have gone to every exhibit at the High Museum.
while
While I was waiting in line for the Matisse Exhibit, I ate my lunch.
although
Although the line was long and the wait over two hours, the exhibit was well worth it
even if
Even if you have already bought your ticket, you will still need to wait in line.
because
I love Matisse’s works because he uses color so brilliantly.
Task 1
Fill in the blanks with these words: although, and, because, but, or, since, so, unless, until, when.
1.      Things were different _____ I was young.
2.      I do it _____ I like it.
3.      Let us wait here _____ the rain stops.
4.      You cannot be a lawyer _____ you have a law degree.
5.      That was years _____ years ago.
6.      She has not called _____ she left last week.
7.      I saw him leaving an hour _____ two ago.
8.      This is an expensive _____ very useful book.
9.      We were getting tired _____ we stopped for a rest.
10.  1He was angry _____ he heard when happened.
11.  1Walk quickly _____ you will be late.
12.  He had to retire _____ of ill health.
13.  We will go swimming next Sunday _____ it’s raining.
14.  I heard a noise _____ I turned the light on.
15.  Would you like a coffee _____ tea?

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