Selasa, 08 September 2009

RPP BAHASA INGGRIS SMK KELAS XI

RENCANA PELAKSANAAN PEMBELAJARAN
(RPP)

Subject : English
Grade / Department : XI / Bisman
Semester : I
Time allocation : 10 X 40 Minutes
Meeting : 1, 2, 3, 4

Standard of Competency : Communicating English at Elementary Level
Basic Competency : Comprehending a simple daily conversation in professional context and personal with
non native speaker
Indicator : Yes_ no question in daily activity context is expressed and answered correctly
Question Words in daily activity context is expressed and answered correctly


I.Learning Outcomes
At the end of the course, if the students completely complete the required work of this course, they will be able to:
1.Listen to vocabularies talking about Daily Activities
2.Express and respond the expressions about Daily Activities
3.Read paragraph, text about Daily Activities ,translate it and answer the questions
4.Arrange and or complete dialogs about Daily Activities.

II.Teaching Materials
1.Vocabulary:
Daily activities:
At home, at school, at work
2.Simple Present Tense
The manager gives a short briefing before we start our work
All workers in this company always come on time
Adverb of frequency;
Single words: ALWAYS, OFTEN, SELDOM, USUALLY, etc
Multi words: ONCE A WEEK, EVERY YEAR, etc
3.WH-word questions;
HOW OFTEN, HOW MANY TIMES

III.Methods of Instruction
1.Question and answer
2.Role playing
3.Observation
4.Lecture

IV.Teaching Scenario
1.Pre-teaching
Salutation
Checking student’s presence
Motivation
2.Whilst-teaching
Listening
Answering questions based on recorded materials.
Writing
Writing descriptions of other’s daily activities.
Speaking
Telling about one’s own daily activities.
3.Post-teaching
Students are supposed to tell about one’s own daily activities.
Teacher gives comment and correction
Closing

V.Required books and media
1.Global access
2.Practice Your English (Module)
3.Pictures

VI. Evaluation
1. Exercises
A.Speaking
Give a speech telling your daily activities!
B.Writing
I. Choose the correct verbs to complete the dialogue below.
Ahmad : (1) ______ (Do/Does) you go to school here?
Bondan : No, I (2) ______ (don’t/doesn’t). I’m on vacation with my family.
Ahmad : Really? (3) _______ (Do/Does) you like it?
Bondan : Yes, I (4) _______ (do/does) but my parents (5) __________ (don’t/doesn’t)
Ahmad : By the way, What (6) ________ (do/does) your parents do?

Bondan : Well, my mother (7) _______ (manage/manages) a restaurant, and my father (8)________
(work/works) for Pertamina.
Ahmad : How interesting. And do your parents (9) _______ (speak/speaks) English?
Bondan : Well, my mother (10) ______(do/does) but my father doesn’t.


II.Complete the conversation with adverbs of frequency such as OFTEN and ALWAYS, or expressions of
frequency such as ONCE A WEEK and EVERY OTHER DAY. There may be several possible answers.
George : So, how (1) _________ do you clean your apartment?
William : About (2) ___________. I (3) __________ clean it on Saturday
George : What about the kitchen?
William : I clean it (4) _______, and I sweep the floor (5) ________, too
George : I should clean more (6) __________How about dinner? How (7) __________ do you cook in
the evening?
William : (8) ___________. I hate to cook. I eat breakfast at home, but I (9) ____________ go out for
dinner. What about you?
George : I don’t like to go out to eat, so I (10) ___________ make dinner at home. I really like to cook.
I just hate to clean.

2.Answer key
Writing
I
1. do
2. don’t
3. do
4. do
5. don’t
6. do
7. manages
8. works
9. speak
10. does
II
1. often
2. once a week
3. always
4. every other day
5. everyday
6. often
7. often
8. Never
9. always
10. always


3.Assessment
A.Speaking
Diction/Vocabulary 20
Pronunciation 20
Content 40
Fluency 20

B.Writing
I. 1 correct answer result 1 = 10 X 1 = 10
II. 1 correct answer result 2 = 10 X 2 = 20

Total 30



Acknowledged by,
Principle of SMK YPE Cilacap English Teacher



Drs. Muslikhudin Dika Rezkyana, S.Pd
RENCANA PELAKSANAAN PEMBELAJARAN
(RPP)

Subject : English
Grade / Department : XI / Bisman
Semester : I
Time allocation : 10 X 40 Minutes
Meeting : 5, 6, 7, 8

Standard of Competency : Communicating English at Elementary Level
Basic Competency : Comprehending simple daily conversation in professional and personal context with
non native speaker
Indicator : All forms and expressions used correctly for talking about hobbies and interest

I. Learning Outcomes
At the end of the course, if the students completely complete the required work of this course, they will be able to:
1.listen to various expressions talking about Hobbies and Interests
2.express and respond the expressions about Hobbies and Interests
3.read paragraph, text about Hobbies and Interests , translate it and answer the questions
4.arrange and or complete dialogs about Hobbies and Interests

II. Teaching Materials
1.Words and expressions about Hobbies and Interests
What do you do on your spare time?
I usually go fishing
I like playing football in the afternoon
What’s your hobby?
My hobby is….
2.Gerunds

III. Methods of Instruction
1.Question and answer
2.Role playing
3.Observation
4.Lecture

IV. Teaching Scenario
1.Pre-teaching
Salutation
Checking student’s presence
Motivation
2.Whilst-teaching
Listening
Answering questions based on recorded materials.
Speaking
Telling about other’s hobbies and interests
Reading
Answering questions about hobbies and interests
Writing
Writing sentences containing gerund
3.Post-teaching
Students are supposed to do role-play on Hobbies and Interests
Teacher gives comment and correction
Closing

V. Required books and media
1. Global access
2. Practice Your English (Module)
3. Pictures

VI. Evaluation
1.Exercises
Speaking
Make a dialog about hobbies and interest and act it out in pairs.
Writing
Rewrite these sentences using the phrases in brackets.
1.You cry for the failure. (It’s no use_________)
2.See that film. It is good. (It’s worth ________ )
3.You pretend not to see me. (It’s no use ______ )
4.The secretary types letters. (She is very busy _____)
5.Wait for 15 or 20 minutes more! (Would you mind______ )

2. Answer key
Writing
1. It’s no use crying for the failure
2. It’s worth seeing that film. It is good.
3. It’s no use pretending not to see me.
4. She is very busy typing letters
5. Would you mind waiting for 15 or 20 minutes more?

3. Assessment
Speaking
Diction/vocabulary 20
Pronunciation 20
Content 40
Fluency 20

Writing
1 correct answer results 2 2 X 5 = 10






Acknowledged by,
Principle of SMK YPE Cilacap English Teacher



Drs. Muslikhudin Dika Rezkyana, S.Pd
.


RENCANA PELAKSANAAN PEMBELAJARAN
(RPP)

Subject : English
Grade / Department : XI / Bisman
Semester : I
Time allocation : 10 X 40 Minutes
Meeting : 9, 10, 11, 12

Standard of Competency : Communicating English at Elementary Level
Basic Competency : Comprehending simple daily conversation in professional and personal context with
non native speaker
Indicator : Expression for handling guest in hotel, restaurant, travel agency, etc, is expressed
correctly


I.Learning Outcomes
At the end of the course, if the students completely complete the required work of this course, they will be able to:
1.listen to various expressions talking about Guest Handling
2.express and respond the expressions about Guest Handling
3.read paragraph, text about Guest Handling , translate it and answer the questions
4.arrange and or complete dialogs about Guest Handling

II.Teaching Materials
1.Words and expressions used in handling guests:
What can I do for you, Sir?
We would like to offer you a special floor
We recommend you to go to ….
Welcome to our hotel
I hope you enjoy the food
I’m sure you’ll enjoy your stay here
2.Construction with “too + adj (+ for agent) + to infinitive
The coffee is too hot for me to drink
Construction with “adj + enough (+ for agent) + to infinitive
Well, this room is good enough to see the hill sight.

III. Methods of Instruction
1.Question and answer
2.Role playing
3.Observation
4.Lecture

IV. Teaching Scenario
1.Pre-teaching
Salutation
Checking student’s presence
Motivation
2.Whilst-teaching
Listening
Listening dialog about guest handling
Reading
Students are introduced to words and expressions used to talk about handling guests
Students are introduced to construction “ too + adj and adj + enough”
Writing
Writing sentences containing gerund
Arranging sentences containing “too” and “enough”
Make a simple dialog about guest handling
Speaking
Role playing about guest handling
3.Post-teaching
Students are supposed to do role-play about guest handling
Teacher gives comment and correction
Closing

V. Required books and media
1. Global access
2. Practice Your English (Module)
3. Pictures

VI. Evaluation
1. Exercises
Speaking
Make a dialog about future plans and activities and act it out in pairs.


Writing
Complete each of these conversations using the sentences from the box.

Okay.
Thank you.
I don’t feel well.
I have a terrible sore throat.
Should I give him some aspirin?
What should I do for my headache?
Yes, I have a nine o’clock appointment.
I feel a little better, but my husband is sick now.


1.Assistant : May I help you?
Patient : __________________ (1)
Assistant : Please have a seat. The doctor will be a minute.
Patient : ________________ (2)

2. Doctor : What can I do for you?
Patient : ____________________ (3)
Doctor : What’s the matter?
Patient : _____________________ (4)

3. Doctor : Well, it looks you’ve got the flue. You should stay in bed for a
few days and rest.
Patient : _______________________ (5)
Doctor : You can take some aspirin.
Patient : ______________________ (6)

4. Doctor : How do you feel?
Patient : ____________________ (7)
Doctor : Well, he probably has the flue, too
Patient : ____________________ (8)
Doctor : It should help his aches and pains.

2. Answer key
Writing
1. Yes, I have a nine o’clock appointment
2. Thank you
3. I don’t feel well
4. I have a terrible sore throat
5. What should I do for my headache?
6. Okay
7. I feel a little better, but my husband is sick now.
8. Should I give him aspirin?

3. Assessment
Speaking
Diction/vocabulary 20
Pronunciation 20
Content 40
Fluency 20

Writing
1 correct answer results 5 8 X 5 = 40 : 4 = 10




Acknowledged by,
Principle of SMK YPE Cilacap English Teacher



Drs. Muslikhudin Dika Rezkyana, S.Pd

RENCANA PELAKSANAAN PEMBELAJARAN
(RPP)

Subject : English
Grade / Department : XI / Bisman
Semester : I
Time allocation : 7 X 40 Minutes
Meeting : 13, 14, 15

Standard of Competency : Communicating English at Elementary Level
Basic Competency : Making a note of simple messages in direct interaction or using media
Indicator : Message received by phone is recorded correctly
Message received directly is noted correctly


I.Learning Outcomes
At the end of the course, if the students completely complete the required work of this course, they will be able to:
1. Listen to various expressions used to receive and answer telephone calls
2. Express and respond the expressions about telephone calls
3. Read paragraph, text about telephone handling, translate it and answer the questions
4. Arrange and or complete dialogs about telephone handling.

II.Teaching Materials
1.Words and expressions used in talking about Telephone Handling;
Who is speaking, please?
Sorry, the line is engaged
Ok, I’ll put you through
Hold on, please.
One moment, please
2.Adjective Clauses;
Do you know the staff who will be promoted our new division manager?
What was the name of the secretary whose passport was stolen?
The man who telephoned me last night was arrested by the police

III.Methods of Instruction
1.Question and answer
2.Role playing
3.Observation
4.Lecture

IV.Teaching Scenario
1.Pre-teaching
Salutation
Checking student’s presence
Motivation
2.Whilst-teaching
Listening
Listening for information from recorded materials.
Understanding telephone conversations
Writing
Writing messages based on telephone conversations
Composing sentences using reported speech, personal pronouns and adjective clause.
Speaking
Telling the information obtained from recorded materials
Role playing telephone conversations
3.Post-teaching
Students are supposed to do role-play on telephone handling.
Teacher gives comment and correction
Closing

V.Required books and media
4.Global access
5.Practice Your English (Module)
6.Pictures

VI. Evaluation
1. Exercises
Speaking : Make a telephone conversation and practice it in pairs.
Writing
Complete the missing words in the telephone conversations below with the phrases from the box
A: Hello, is that 32123445?
B : (1) _________________.
A : Could I speak to Jane Foker, please?
B : (2) __________________.
A : I see. What time will she be available?
B : (3) ____________________


A : Right, I’ll be back then. Thanks a lot.
B : (4) _______________________.
A : Bye-bye.

1.Answer Key
Speaking
Diction/Vocabulary 20
Pronunciation 20
Content 40
Fluency 20

Writing
1.Yes, that’s right. Can I help you?
2.I am afraid she is out at the moment
3.Perhaps she’s late this afternoon
4.You’re welcome. Goodbye

1 correct answer result 2 = 2 X 4 = 8




Acknowledged by,
Principle of SMK YPE Cilacap English Teacher



Drs. Muslikhudin Dika Rezkyana, S.Pd
RENCANA PELAKSANAAN PEMBELAJARAN
(RPP)

Subject : English
Grade / Department : XI / Bisman
Semester : I
Time allocation : 8 X 40 Minutes
Meeting : 16, 17, 18, 19

Standard of Competency : Communicating English at Elementary Level
Basic Competency : Detailing one’s own job assesment and bacground of study in spoken and writen
Indicator : Verb in Simple Present used correctly for explaining assesment and job in various
kind of proffesion
Verb in Simple Present used correctly for explaining background of study in various
kind of proffesion
Simple curriculum vitae is written correctly
Expression used corectly for explaining facts and figures in data service/given

I.Learning Outcomes:
1.The usage of expressions to state and refute a fact and ask for information.
2.The usage of adverbial clause to show cause and effect relationship.

II.Teaching Material:
a.Expressions for stating a fact:
It’s a fact that ...
b.Expressions for refuting a fact:
In fact, ...
c.Asking for information:
Why ... ?
How ...?

III.Methods of Instruction:
a.Direct instructional.
b.Discussion.
c.Role play.
d.Question-answer.
e.Tasks.

IV.Teaching Scenario :
1.Pre-teaching
Salutation
Checking student’s presence
Motivation
2.Whilst-teaching
Listening
Answering dialogues given by the teacher
Reading
Understanding and discussing diagrams containing facts and figures
Writing
Rewriting someone else’s curriculum vitae
Writing one’s own curriculum vitae
Speaking
Explaining someone’s profession
3.Post-teaching
Students are supposed to explain someone’s profession.
Teacher gives comment and correction
Closing

V.Required Books and Media:
a.English Module
b.English Dictionary

VI.Evaluation:
a.Exercises:
(1)Combine the sentence below that begins with “Now that”!
Do you want to go for a walk? The rain has stopped.
(2)Fill in the blanks using “because” or “because of”!
There are many elementary school building being closed...the family planning program is successful.
(3)Refute the statement:
Indonesia is a member of eastern block in the world.
.................................................................................

b.Assessment:
(1) 1 correct answer result 1 (5 items: a – e) = 5 X 1 = 5
(2) 1 correct answer result 1 (4 items: f – i) = 4 X 1 = 4
(3) 1 correct answer result 1 (1 item) = 1X 1 = 1

Total 10
c.Answer Key:
(b)Now that the rain has stopped, do you want to go for a walk?
(c)Because
(d)Are you sure? Isn’t it true that Indonesia is a non-block country?








Acknowledged by,
Principle of SMK YPE Cilacap English Teacher




Drs. Muslikhudin Dika Rezkyana, S.Pd
RENCANA PELAKSANAAN PEMBELAJARAN
(RPP)

Subject : English
Grade / Department : XI / Bisman
Semester : I
Time allocation : 10 X 40 Minutes
Meeting : 20, 21,22, 23

Standard of Competency : Communicating English at Elementary Level
Basic Competency : Telling job in past and job planning in the future
Indicator : Expression about past activity is expressed correctly
.
I.Learning Outcomes
At the end of the course, if the students completely complete the required work of this course, they will be able to:
1. Listen to various Past Events
2. Express and respond the expressions about Past Events
3. Read paragraph, text about Past Events, translate it and answer the questions
4. Arrange and or complete dialogs about Past Events.

II.Teaching Materials
a.Words and expressions used in talking about Past Events;
What happened to the computer, Don?
We got a paper jam in the printer, Sir.
b.Simple Past Tense
The meeting lasted (for) two hours
c.Past Continuous
The manager was giving his morning briefing when you called
d.Past Perfect
The repair work had finished before you arrived
e.Adverb of time
Single word: yesterday
Phrases : two days ago, at the last board meeting
Clauses : When you phoned me,
While she was reading a book

III.Methods of Instruction
a.Question and answer
b.Role playing
c.Observation
d.Lecture

IV.Teaching Scenario
1.Pre-teaching
Salutation
Checking student’s presence
Motivation
2.Whilst-teaching
Listening
Answering questions of one’s past experiences.
Reading
Reading for information :dialogues, passages
Writing
Composing personal letters Translation
Speaking
Telling one’s own past experience
3.Post-teaching
Students are supposed to tell one’s own past experience.
Teacher gives comment and correction
Closing

V.Required books and media
a.Global access
b.Practice Your English (Module)
c.Pictures

VI.Evaluation
1. Exercises
a.Speaking
Give a speech telling your past activities, story or experiences.
b.Writing
1. Past Tense
Complete these sentences with the verb in the negative.
1. They worked on Monday, but they _________on Tuesday
2.She wrote a letter but she _________ a weekly report.
3.I forgot to say goodbye but I _________ to give her a present

2.Past Continuous
Put the verb into Past Continuous and Past Simple.
1. The instructor _________ (come) while we __________ (take) a rest.
2. When we _________ (go) out of the room, it ________ (rain) heavily.
3. He _______ (not/drive) fast when the accident __________ (happen).
4. The boys _____ (break) the window when they ______ (play) football.
5. We _______ (meet) Susan at the meeting. She _____ (wear) a red dress.

3.Past Perfect
Complete these sentences with the verbs in brackets.
1.Billy no longer had his car. He _________ (sell) it.
2.My uncle _________ (live) in London before he moved to Bali.

2. Answer Key
Writing
1. Past Tense
1. didn’t work
2. didn’t write
3. didn’t forget

2. Past Continuous
1. came, were taking
2. went, was raining
3. were not driving, happened
4. broke, were playing
5. met, was wearing

3.Past Perfect
1. had sold
2. had lived

3. Assessment
1.Speaking
Diction/Vocab 20
Pronunciation 20
Content 40
Fluency 20

2. Writing
1. 1 correct answer result 2 = 2 X 3 = 6
2. 1 correct answer result 1 = 10 X 1 = 10
3. 1 correct answer result 2 = 2 X 2 = 4

Total 20




Acknowledged by,
Principle of SMK YPE Cilacap English Teacher



Drs. Muslikhudin Dika Rezkyana, S.Pd
RENCANA PELAKSANAAN PEMBELAJARAN
(RPP)

Subject : English
Grade / Department : XI / Bisman
Semester : I
Time allocation : 10 X 40 Minutes
Meeting : 24, 25, 26, 27

Standard of Competency : Communicating English at Elementary Level
Basic Competency : Telling job in past and job planning in the future
Indicator : Expression about future activity is used in correctly tense
Personal letter told about past activity and planning in the future written correctly
.
I.Learning Outcomes
At the end of the course, if the students completely complete the required work of this course, they will be able to:
1.listen to various expressions talking about future plans and activities
2.express and respond the expressions about future plans and activities
3.read paragraph, text about future plans’ translate it and answer the questions
4.arrange and or complete dialogs about future plans.

II.Teaching Materials
1. Words and expressions used to talk about the future plans and activities.
“Will you be joining the outing program for next weekend?”
2.Future tense
1. Prediction (will + base form)
“What will your teacher say if you come late?”
2.Immediate Future (be going to + base form)
Are you going to swim this afternoon?
3. Future Plans (be + ing form)
What are you doing this weekend?
4. Other forms:
Please come in! We are about to begin the discussion.
5. Adverbs of time:
Single words: tomorrow
Phrases : at the next staff meeting, etc
Clauses : When all the people have arrived

III.Methods of Instruction
1.Question and answer
2.Role playing
3.Observation
4.Lecture

IV.Teaching Scenario
1.Pre-teaching
Salutation
Checking student’s presence
Motivation
2.Whilst-teaching
Listening
Answering questions of future plan.
Reading
Reading for information :dialogues, passages
Writing
Composing personal letters Translation
Speaking
Telling one’s own future plan.
3.Post-teaching
Students are supposed to tell one’s own future plan..
Teacher gives comment and correction
Closing

V.Required books and media
1. Global access
2. Practice Your English (Module)
3. Pictures

VI. Evaluation
1.Exercises
Speaking
Make a dialog about future plans and activities and act it out in pairs.


Writing
Complete this conversation with WILL or the correct form of BE GOING TO
Andi : So you (1) ________ (buy) a new car.
Banu : Yes, my uncle left me some money in his will.
Andi : What kind of car (2) __________ you ______ (buy)?
Budi : Well, I want a four-wheel drive vehicle for rough roads. I (3) ________ (look at) some now, actually.
Andi : If you wait a moment, (4)I ________ (give) you a lift.
Budi : Okay. I (5) _________ (meet) you outside.

2.Answer Key
Writing
1.are going to buy
2.will you buy?
3.I am going to look at
4.I will give
5.I will meet

3.Assessment
Speaking
Diction/vocabulary 20
Pronunciation 20
Content 40
Fluency 20
Writing
1 correct answer results 2 2 X 5 = 10




Acknowledged by,
Principle of SMK YPE Cilacap English Teacher



Drs. Muslikhudin Dika Rezkyana, S.Pd
RENCANA PELAKSANAAN PEMBELAJARAN
(RPP)

Subject : English
Grade / Department : XI / Bisman
Semester : II
Time allocation : 10 X 40 Minutes
Meeting : 1, 2, 3,4

Standard of Competency : Communicating English at Elementary Level
Basic Competency : Expressing feeling
Indicator : Expressions about invitation used correctly
.

I. Learning Outcomes
At the end of the course, if the students completely complete the required work of this course, they will be able to:
1.listen to various expressions talking about Giving Invitation
2.express and respond the expressions about Giving Invitation
3.read paragraph, text about Giving Invitation , translate it and answer the questions
4.arrange and or complete dialogs about Giving Invitation

II. Teaching Materials
1.Words and expressions used in giving invitation;
Would you like to come to my party?
Would you like to come along?
Would you mind joining us to…?
With pleasure
I’m afraid I can’t

2.Used to + base form
3.Be/get + used to + ing form
4.Be/get accustomed to + ing form/noun phrase

III. Methods of Instruction
1. Question and answer
2. Role playing
3. Observation
4. Lecture

IV. Teaching Scenario
1.Pre-teaching
Salutation
Checking student’s presence
Motivation
2.Whilst-teaching
Listening
Answering questions based on dialogues about giving invitations
Reading
Answering questions based on written texts.
Writing
Writing dialogues based on given situations
Speaking
Performing dialogues based on given situations
3.Post-teaching
Students are supposed to do role-play on telephone handling.giving invitation.
Teacher gives comment and correction
Closing

V. Required books and media
1. Global access
2. Practice Your English (Module)
3. Pictures

VI. Evaluation
2.Exercises
Writing
I. Write invitations for these situations.
1.You invite your friend to play chess with you.
2.You invite a friend to come to your birthday party
3.You invite a friend to come to the football match with you tomorrow

II. Put the verbs in the brackets into the correct form.
1.Judy had to get used to _____ on the left. (drive)
2.When I was a child, I used to ______ swimming everyday. (go)
3.I’m the boss. I’m not used to _________ told what to do. (be)
4.You’ll have to get used to _______ less if you want to lose weight. (eat)
5.There used to ____ a cinema on this corner but it was knocked down.


2. Answer key
Writing
II. 1. driving
2. swim
3. being
4. eating
5. be

3. Assessment
Writing
1 correct answer results 2 5 X 2 = 10







Acknowledged by,
Principle of SMK YPE Cilacap English Teacher



Drs. Muslikhudin Dika Rezkyana, S.Pd













RENCANA PELAKSANAAN PEMBELAJARAN
(RPP)

Subject : English
Grade / Department : XI / Bisman
Semester : II
Time allocation : 10 X 40 Minutes
Meeting : 5, 6, 7, 8

Standard of Competency : Communicating English at Elementary Level
Basic Competency : Expressing feeling
Indicator : Expressions about bargaining used correctly
.
I. Learning Outcomes
At the end of the course, if the students completely complete the required work of this course, they will be able to:
1.listen to various expressions talking about bargaining
2.express and respond the expressions about bargaining
3.read paragraph, text about bargaining , translate it and answer the questions
4.arrange and or complete dialogs about bargaining

II. Teaching Materials
1. Words and expressions used in bargaining
Is there any discount?
What about Rp. 50.000?
Can you make it $...?
What about 25% off?
We give 10% discount if you pay cash for one year
2. Review on:
Numbers, Linking verbs, there is/are

III. Methods of Instruction
1. Question and answer
2. Role playing
3. Observation
4. Lecture

IV Teaching Scenario
1.Pre-teaching
Salutation
Checking student’s presence
Motivation
2.Whilst-teaching
Listening
Answering questions based on dialogues about bargaining
Reading
Answering questions based on written texts.
Writing
Writing dialogues based on given situations
Speaking
Performing dialogues based on given situations
3.Post-teaching
Students are supposed to do role-play about bargaining
Teacher gives comment and correction
Closing

V. Required books and media
1. Global access
2. Practice Your English (Module)
3. Pictures

VI. Evaluation
1.Exercises
Writing
I. Rewrite these sentences using one of the verbs from the box foe each sentence.

Rent sell Earn cost afford borrow

1. I bought it from George. George ______ it to me
2. Could you lend me a pen? Could I ______ your pen, please?
3. My salary is about $15,000 a year. I ______ about $ 15,000 a year.
4. How much did you pay for that watch? How much did that watch______?
5. I’m afraid that car is too expensive for me. I can’t ____ that car. It is too expensive for me.

II. Complete the dialog with the expressions from the box.

I would like to
That comes to
Off
On sale
I don’t think

1. A : (1)_____________ buy this watch
B : Okay. That’s twenty-six ninety five.
A : Excuse me, but (2) __________ that’s the right price
I think this watch is (3) __________ this week
B : Oh, you are right. It’s ten percent (4)____. I’m sorry.
A : That’s okay
B : With the tax, (5) _________ twenty-five dollars and forty seven cents

2. Answer key
Writing
I. 1. sold
2. borrow
3. earn
4. Cost
5. afford

II. 1. I would like to
2. I don’t think
3. on sale
4. off
5. that comes to

3. Assessment
Writing
I.
1 correct answer results 2 2 X 5 = 10

II.
1 correct answer results 2 2 X 5 = 10

20 : 2 = 10





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Drs. Muslikhudin Dika Rezkyana, S.Pd

RENCANA PELAKSANAAN PEMBELAJARAN
(RPP)

Subject : English
Grade / Department : XI / Bisman
Semester : II
Time allocation : 10 X 40 Minutes
Meeting : 9, 10, 11,12

Standard of Competency : Communicating English at Elementary Level
Basic Competency : Expressing feeling
Indicator : Expressions about certainty used correctly
.
I.Learning Outcomes:
a.The usage of modal “may, might, could, must” to express certainty.
b.The usage of “perhaps, probably, maybe” to express certainty.

II.Teaching Material:
a.Modal “, might, could, must” to express certainty.
She might leave alone.
He could be angry with you.
They must study together.
b.“perhaps, probably, maybe” to express certainty.
Perhaps father will come tonight.
Probably she picks her daughter every day.
Maybe Uncle Joe can solve your problem.
c.Vocabulary: various texts and dialogs.

III.Methods of Instruction:
a.Direct instructional.
b.Discussion.
c.Role play.
d.Question-answer.
e.Tasks.

IV.Teaching Scenario
1.Pre-teaching
Salutation
Checking student’s presence
Motivation
2.Whilst-teaching
Listening
Answering questions based on dialogues about certainty
Reading
Answering questions based on written texts.
Writing
Writing dialogues based on given situations
Speaking
Performing dialogues based on given situations
3.Post-teaching
Students are supposed to do role-play about certainty
Teacher gives comment and correction
Closing

V.Required Books and Media:
a.English Module
b.English Dictionary

VI.Evaluation:
a.Exercises:
(1) Complete the blanks using your own words to express certainty:
I don’t know how old my grandfather is. ........................................
(2) Choose the error and correct it:
My family could be go out because no one is at home at present.
A B C D
b.Assessment:
(1) 1 correct answer result 1 (5 items: a – e) = 5 X 1 = 5
(2) 1 correct answer result 1 (5 items: f – j) = 5 X 1 = 5

Total 10

c.Answer Key :
(1) Perhaps he is sixty years old OR He could be sixty years old.
(2) B. Going




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Drs. Muslikhudin Dika Rezkyana, S.Pd

RENCANA PELAKSANAAN PEMBELAJARAN
(RPP)

Subject : English
Grade / Department : XI / Bisman
Semester : II
Time allocation : 10 X 40 Minutes
Meeting : 13, 14, 15

Standard of Competency : Communicating English at Elementary Level
Basic Competency : Expressing feeling
Indicator : Expressions for giving and responding compliment used correctly

I.. Learning Outcomes:
a.The usage of expressions to fish for compliments.
b.The usage of expressions to compliment someone.
c.The usage of expressions to answer a compliment.
d.The usage of exclamation with “how” and “what”

II.Teaching Material:
a.Expressions of fishing for compliments.
What do you think of my new jacket?
b.Expressions of complimenting someone.
Fantastic!
c.Expressions of answering a compliment.
You’ve made my day.
d.Exclamation with “how” and “what”
How beautiful your shoes are.
What a nice night gown!

III.Methods of Instruction:
a.Direct instructional.
b.Discussion.
c.Role play.
d.Question-answer.
e.Tasks.

IV.Teaching Scenario:
1.Pre-teaching
Salutation
Checking student’s presence
Motivation
2.Whilst-teaching
Listening
Answering questions based on dialogues about giving and responding compliment
Reading
Answering questions based on written texts.
Writing
Writing dialogues based on given situations
Speaking
Performing dialogues based on given situations
3.Post-teaching
Students are supposed to do role-play about giving and responding compliment
Teacher gives comment and correction
Closing

V.Required Books and Media:
a.English Module
b.English Dictionary

VI.Evaluation:
a.Exercises:
(1) Choose one of the best answers by underline it:
a. What does he (think, thinks, thought, is thinking) of your new scarf?
(2) Complete the blanks using suitable respond:
f. X: What a beautiful dress yours is!
Y: .................................................
b.Assessment:
(1) 1 correct answer result 1 (5 items: a – e) = 5 X 1 = 5
(2) 1 correct answer result 1 (5 items: f – j) = 5 X 1 = 5

Total 10

c.Answer Key:
(1) thinks
(2) Thank you




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Drs. Muslikhudin Dika Rezkyana, S.Pd
RENCANA PELAKSANAAN PEMBELAJARAN
(RPP)

Subject : English
Grade / Department : XI / Bisman
Semester : II
Time allocation : 10 X 40 Minutes
Meeting : 16, 17, 18

Standard of Competency : Communicating English at Elementary Level
Basic Competency : Expressing feeling
Indicator : Expressions for asking and giving opinion used correctly
.
I.Learning Outcomes:
a.The usage of expressions for giving opinions.
b.The usage of expressions to respond to an opinion: agreement and disagreement.
c.Noun Clause which begins with a question word.

II.Teaching Material:
a.The expressions of giving opinions.
In my opinion, ...
b.The expressions of responding to an opinion:
(1) Agreement:
Yes, that’s right. ...........................
(2)Disagreement:
I don’t think so. ........................
3.Noun Clause which begins with a question word.
What is her name? I don’t remember what her name is.
Do you know what her name is?
I forget what her name is.

III.Methods of Instruction:
a.Direct instructional.
b.Discussion.
c.Role play.
d.Question-answer.
e.Tasks.

IV.Teaching Scenario:
1.Pre-teaching
Salutation
Checking student’s presence
Motivation
2.Whilst-teaching
Listening
Answering questions based on dialogues about asking and giving opinion
Reading
Answering questions based on written texts.
Writing
Writing dialogues based on given situations
Speaking
Performing dialogues based on given situations
3.Post-teaching
Students are supposed do role play about asking and giving opinion
Teacher gives comment and correction
Closing

V.Required Books and Media:
a.English Module
b.English Dictionary

VI.Evaluation:
a.Exercises:
(1)Write your opinion based on this sentence:
a. The best way to spend my leisure time.
...............................................................
(2)Give the respond to the following opinion:
e. I think the president of Indonesia must have minimum S1 degree of education.
............................................................................................................
(3)Choose the error and correct it!
i. I really do not know where is he taking the book from
A B C D

b.Assessment:
(1) 1 correct answer result 1 (4 items: a – d) = 4 X 1 = 4
(2) 1 correct answer result 1 (4 items: e – h) = 4 X 1 = 4
(3) 1 correct answer result 1 (2 items: i & j) = 2 X1 = 2

Total 10

c.Answer Key:
(1)Personally I think, the best way to spend my leisure time is by reading books.
(2)That’s a very good point. ......
(3)B. Misplaced. Where he is taking








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Drs. Muslikhudin Dika Rezkyana, S.Pd
RENCANA PELAKSANAAN PEMBELAJARAN
(RPP)

Subject : English
Grade / Department : XI / Bisman
Semester : II
Time allocation : 10 X 40 Minutes
Meeting : 19, 20, 21

Standard of Competency : Communicating English at Elementary Level
Basic Competency : Expressing feeling
Indicator : Expressions about agreeing-disagreeing used correctly
.
I.Learning Outcomes:
a.The usage of agreeing and disagreeing expressions.
b.The usage of concessive relationship

II.Teaching Material:
a.Expressions used in agreeing:
Yes, I agree.
Absolutely.
b.Expressions used in disagreeing:
I’m not sure about that.
I’m afraid I can’t agree with you.
c.Concessive relationship:
Though, although, even though
Even if
No matter
However
Whatever

III.Methods of Instruction:
a.Direct instructional.
b.Discussion.
c.Role play.
d.Question-answer.
e.Tasks.

IV.Teaching Scenario:
1.Pre-teaching
Salutation
Checking student’s presence
Motivation
2.Whilst-teaching
Listening
Answering questions based on dialogues about agreeing-disagreeing
Reading
Answering questions based on written texts.
Writing
Writing dialogues based on given situations
Speaking
Performing dialogues based on given situations
3.Post-teaching
Students are supposed do role play about agreeing-disagreeing
Teacher gives comment and correction
Closing

V.Required Books and Media:
a.English Module
b.English Dictionary
VI.Evaluation:
a.Exercises:
(1)Complete the blanks using expressions of agreeing and disagreeing:
a. X: I think you had better take an English course.
Y: .......................................................................
(2) Change the sentence by using “Even if”!
f. Your grandfather is eighty years old, but he is still young at heart.
........................................................................................................
b.Assessment:
(1) 1 correct answer result 1 (5 items: a – e) = 5 X 1 = 5
(2) 1 correct answer result 1 (5 items: f – j) = 5 X 1 = 5

Total 10

c.Answer Key:
(1)I entirely agree with you OR I don’t think I’m in favor of that.
(2)Even if your grandfather is eighty years old, he is still young at heart.







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Drs. Muslikhudin Dika Rezkyana, S.Pd
RENCANA PELAKSANAAN PEMBELAJARAN
(RPP)

Subject : English
Grade / Department : XI / Bisman
Semester : I
Time allocation : 10 X 40 Minutes
Meeting : 22, 23, 24

Standard of Competency : Communicating English at Elementary Level
Basic Competency : Expressing feeling
Indicator : Expressions about arguing used correctly
.
I.Learning Outcomes:
a.The usage of arguing expressions.
b.The usage of adverb clauses of causes and effect.
c.The usage of “so...that” and “such...that”

II.Teaching Material:
a.Expressions of arguing:
- Yes, but don’t forget ....
- That’s a good idea but ...
b. Introductory words showing adverb clauses of causes and effect.
- Because I am tired, I take a rest.
- Since he is lazy, he fails the exam.
- As long as I have a vacant room in my house, you can spend the night here.
c. “so...that...” and “such...that...”
- The old man is so tired that he falls asleep.
- He is such a stingy man that no one wants to be his friend

III.Methods of Instruction:
a.Direct instructional.
b.Discussion.
c.Role play.
d.Question-answer.
e.Tasks.

IV.Teaching Scenario:
1.Pre-teaching
Salutation
Checking student’s presence
Motivation
2.Whilst-teaching
Listening
Answering questions based on dialogues about arguing
Reading
Answering questions based on written texts.
Writing
Writing dialogues based on given situations
Speaking
Performing dialogues based on given situations
3.Post-teaching
Students are supposed to do role play about arguing
Teacher gives comment and correction
Closing

V.Required Books and Media:
a.English Module
b.English Dictionary

VI.Evaluation:
a.Exercises:
(1) Make an argument based on the following sentence:
a. Studying in Senior High School has more benefits in entering higher education
........................................................................................................
(2) Choose one of the best answers by underline it!
c. (because, because of, now that, in as much as) there are so many electricity blackouts, the government advice all offices and homes to use electricity power economically and efficiently.
(3) Combine the following sentences by using “so...that...” or“such...that...”
g. Teachers have many students. They can’t remember all of their names.

b.Assessment:
(1) 1 correct answer result 2 (2 items: a –b) = 2 X 2 = 4
(2) 1 correct answer result 1 (4 items: c – f) = 4 X 1 = 4
(3) 1 correct answer result 1 (2 items: g – h) = 2 X 1 = 2

Total 10
c.Answer Key:
(1) Many possible answers, e.g. On one hand I agree with you, but on the other hand it will be more difficult to get a job after graduating from Senior High School.
(2) in as much as
(3) Teachers have so many students that they can’t remember all of their names.





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Drs. Muslikhudin Dika Rezkyana, S.Pd
RENCANA PELAKSANAAN PEMBELAJARAN
(RPP)

Subject : English
Grade / Department : XI / Bisman
Semester : I
Time allocation : 10 X 40 Minutes
Meeting : 25, 26, 27, 28

Standard of Competency : Communicating English at Elementary Level
Basic Competency : Comprehending simple instructions
Indicator : Expressions for describing process and device function expressed correctly
.
I.Learning Outcomes:
a.The usage of suffixes to form Noun, Verb, Adjective, Adverb.
b.The usage of sequencing words to describe process.
c.The usage of passive voice in describing process.

II.Teaching Material:
a. Suffixes to form Noun, Verb, Adjective, Adverb:
Compete – competitor – competition – competitive – competitively
b.Sequencing words to describe process.
First, ...
Next, ...
Finally, ...
c.Passive Voice:
The ice cream is mixed well.
Some papers are inserted into the machine.

III.Methods of Instruction:
a.Direct instructional.
b.Discussion.
c.Role play.
d.Question-answer.
e.Tasks.

IV.Teaching Scenario:
1.Pre-teaching
Salutation
Checking student’s presence
Motivation
2.Whilst-teaching
Listening
Listening for information on how things work.
Reading
Making dialogues based on the situations provided.
Speaking
Role playing how things work.
3.Post-teaching
Students are supposed to do role-play how to ask for and give suggestions and advice.
Teacher gives comment and correction
Closing

V.Required Books and Media:
b.English Module
c.English Dictionary

VI. Evaluation:
a.Exercises:
(1)Choose the best answer by underline a word below:
a. The treasurer of the company should give the (finance, financier, financial, finances) report to the manager.
(2)Rearrange these jumbled words into a good paragraph and give the sequencing words:
b)Add milk if you like.
c)Pour hot water into the glass.
d)A glass of coffee is ready to drink.
e)Stir them well.
f)Pour a teaspoon of coffee, a spoonful of sugar into a glass.
g)Prepare coffee, sugar, and milk.
h)Wait for about fifteen minutes.
(3)Change the command into the passive voice:
a. Take the receiver of the telephone.

b.Assessment:
(1) 1 correct answer result 1 (3 items: a – c) = 3 X 1 = 3
(2) Maximum score = 5 = 5
(3) 1 correct answer result 1 (2 items: a & b) = 2 X 1 = 2

Total 10
c.Answer Key:
(2)financial
(3)f) Prepare coffee, sugar, and milk.
e) Pour a teaspoon of coffee, a spoonful of sugar into a glass.
b) Pour hot water into the glass.
a) Add milk if you like.
d) Stir them well.
g) Wait for about fifteen minutes
c)A glass of coffee is ready to drink.
(4)The receiver of the telephone is taken.




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Drs. Muslikhudin Dika Rezkyana, S.Pd
RENCANA PELAKSANAAN PEMBELAJARAN
(RPP)

Subject : English
Grade / Department : XI / Bisman
Semester : II
Time allocation : 10 X 40 Minutes
Meeting : 29, 30, 31

Standard of Competency : Communicating English at Elementary Level
Basic Competency : Comprehending simple instructions
Indicator : Expressions for asking and giving suggestion and advice used correctly
.
I. Learning Outcomes
At the end of the course, if the students completely complete the required work of this course, they will be able to:
1.listen to various expressions talking about Asking For and Giving Suggestions and advice
2.express and respond the expressions about Asking For and Giving Suggestions and advice
3.read paragraph, text about Asking For and Giving Suggestions and advice , translate it and answer the questions
4.arrange and or complete dialogs about Asking For and Giving Suggestions and advice

II. Teaching Materials
1.Words and expressions about Asking For and Giving Suggestions and advice
What do you recommend for a headache?
You had better see the doctor
Could you recommend a good restaurant around here?
Yes, there’s one at the corner
You ought to wear uniform there
2.Modal Auxiliaries:
SHOULD, OUGHT TO, HAD BETTER
3.Causatives

III. Methods of Instruction
1. Question and answer
2. Role playing
3. Observation
4. Lecture

IV. Teaching Scenario
1.Pre-teaching
Salutation
Checking student’s presence
Motivation
2.Whilst-teaching
Listening
Answering questions based on dialogues about asking for and giving suggestions and advice
Reading
Answering questions based on written texts.
Writing
Writing dialogues about asking for and giving suggestions and advice
Speaking
Performing dialogues about asking for and giving suggestions and advice
3.Post-teaching
Students are supposed do role play about asking for and giving suggestions and advice
Teacher gives comment and correction
Closing

V. Required books and media
1. Global access
2. Practice Your English (Module)
3. Pictures

VI. Evaluation
1.Exercises
Speaking
Make a dialog about future plans and activities and act it out in pairs.

Writing
Complete each of these conversations using the sentences from the box.

Okay.
Thank you.
I don’t feel well.
I have a terrible sore throat.
Should I give him some aspirin?
What should I do for my headache?
Yes, I have a nine o’clock appointment.
I feel a little better, but my husband is sick now.

2. Answer key
Writing
1. Yes, I have a nine o’clock appointment
2. Thank you
3. I don’t feel well
4. I have a terrible sore throat
5. What should I do for my headache?
6. Okay
7. I feel a little better, but my husband is sick now.
8. Should I give him aspirin?

3. Assessment
Speaking
Diction/vocabulary 20
Pronunciation 20
Content 40
Fluency 20

Writing
1 correct answer results 5 8 X 5 = 40 : 4 = 10





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Drs. Muslikhudin Dika Rezkyana, S.Pd

RENCANA PELAKSANAAN PEMBELAJARAN
(RPP)

Subject : English
Grade / Department : XI / Bisman
Semester : I
Time allocation : 10 X 40 Minutes
Meeting : 32, 33, 34, 35

Standard of Competency : Communicating English at Elementary Level
Basic Competency : Comprehending simple instructions
Indicator : Expressions about necessity and obligation used correctly
.
I. Learning Outcomes
At the end of the course, if the students completely complete the required work of this course, they will be able to:
1.listen to various expressions talking about Expressing Necessity and Obligation
2.express and respond the expressions about Expressing Necessity and Obligation
3.read paragraph, text about Expressing Necessity and Obligation , translate it and answer the questions
4.arrange and or complete dialogs about Expressing Necessity and Obligation

II. Teaching Materials
1.Words and expressions about Expressing Necessity and Obligation
It’s necessary for you to be here on time
You must be here before the boss comes
You have to submit the report by June 1st
You need to come to the meeting, I think
2.Modal Auxiliaries
MUST and HAVE TO, BE TO, BE OBLIGED TO, NEED

III. Methods of Instruction
1. Question and answer
2. Role playing
3. Observation
4. Lecture

IV. Teaching Scenario
1.Pre-teaching
Salutation
Checking student’s presence
Motivation
2.Whilst-teaching
Listening
Answering questions based on dialogues about necessity and obligation
Reading
Answering questions based on written texts.
Writing
Writing dialogues based on given situations
Speaking
Interviewing dealing with necessity and obligations
3.Post-teaching
Students are supposed to interviewing dealing with necessity and obligations
Teacher gives comment and correction
Closing

V. Required books and media
1. Global access
2. Practice Your English (Module)
3. Pictures

VI. Evaluation
1.Exercises
Writing
Complete each sentence with one of the suggestions from the box. Use OUGHT TO / OUGHT NOT TO.

Eat more Disturb her. Pay me back.
Go and see him. Smoke so much

1. You are too thin. You ____________.
2. Johan is in hospital. We ___________.
3. He has a very bad cough; so he __________.
4. Mary is preparing for her exams. We _________.
5. I lend Bob $ 5 two months ago. He really ________.


2. Answer key
Writing
1. You ought to eat more
2. We ought to go and see him
3. he ought not to smoke so much
4. We ought not to disturb her
5. He really ought not to pay me back

3. Assessment
Speaking
Diction/vocabulary 20
Pronunciation 20
Content 40
Fluency 20

Writing
1 correct answer results 2 2 X 5 = 10





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Principle of SMK YPE Cilacap English Teacher



Drs. Muslikhudin Dika Rezkyana, S.Pd
RENCANA PELAKSANAAN PEMBELAJARAN
(RPP)

Subject : English
Grade / Department : XI / Bisman
Semester : II
Time allocation : 10 X 40 Minutes
Meeting : 36,37, 38, 39

Standard of Competency : Communicating English at Elementary Level
Basic Competency : Comprehending simple instructions
Indicator : Expressions about persuading used correctly
.
I.Learning Outcomes:
a.The usage of expressions used in persuading.
b.The usage of Conditional Sentences.
c.The usage of Simple Future.
d.The usage of Adjective Comparison.

II.Teaching Material:
a.Expressions used in persuading:
- Why don’t you ...
- You really ought to ....
b. Conditional Sentences:
- I will come to your house if you phone me.
- I would come to your house if you phoned me.
- I would have come to your house if you had phoned me.
c. Simple Future:
- We will join the seminar soon.
- He is going to buy a luxurious apartment in the center of this city.
d. Adjective Comparison:
- A car is fast.
- A train is faster than a car.
- A plane is the fastest of all vehicles.

III.Methods of Instruction:
a.Direct instructional.
b.Discussion.
c.Role play.
d.Question-answer.
e.Tasks.

IV.Teaching Scenario:
1.Pre-teaching
Salutation
Checking student’s presence
Motivation
2.Whilst-teaching
Listening
Answering questions based on dialogues about persuading
Reading
Answering questions based on written texts.
Writing
Writing dialogues based on given situations
Speaking
Interviewing dealing with persuading
3.Post-teaching
Students are supposed to Interview dealing with persuading
Teacher gives comment and correction
Closing

V.Required Books and Media:
b.English Module
c.English Dictionary

VI.Evaluation:
a.Exercises:
(1) Make a dialog to persuade someone based on the situation below:
Your roommate in the boarding house tells you that she has got a fever.
(2) Choose one of the best answers!
You would drive on the left if you ... in Europe.
a.are
b.were
c.will
d.would

(3)Choose the error and correct it!
a. The students will making an experiment in the laboratory.
A B C D

(4)Change the sentence below into comparative and superlative degree!

My handwriting is bad.
f.Comparative:Your handwriting....................................
g.Superlative: His handwriting .......................................

b.Assessment:
(1) 1 correct answer result 2 = 2 X 1 = 2
(2) 1 correct answer result 1 = 1 X 1 = 1
(3) 1 correct answer result 1 (5 items: a – e) = 5 X 1 = 5
(4) 1 correct answer result 1 (2 items: f & g) = 2 X 1 = 2

Total 10

c.Answer Key:
(1) Free dialog, e.g.
You : Why don’t you drink warm water and sleep?
Your friend : I do but I can’t sleep.
You : If I were you I would take a medicine and get sleep.
(2) B. were
(3) B. making
(4) f. is worse.
g. is the worst of us.




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Drs. Muslikhudin Dika Rezkyana, S.Pd
RENCANA PELAKSANAAN PEMBELAJARAN
(RPP)

Subject : English
Grade / Department : XI / Bisman
Semester : I
Time allocation : 10 X 40 Minutes
Meeting : 40, 41, 42

Standard of Competency : Communicating English at Elementary Level
Basic Competency : Comprehending simple instructions
Indicator : Expressions about convincing used correctly
.
I.Learning Outcomes:
a.The usage of expressions for persuading and convincing, counterarguing and conceding.
b.The usage of expressions to ask for and give advice.

II.Teaching Material:
a.Expressions for persuading and convincing:
- You must admit that .....
- Let’s not forget ...
b. Expression for counterarguing:
- In any case .....
c. Expression for conceding:
- Yes, I’ll go along with that.
d. Expressions to ask for and give advice:
- What’s your advice?
- If I were you, I would ...

III.Methods of Instruction:
a.Direct instructional.
b.Discussion.
c.Role play.
d.Question-answer.
e.Tasks.

IV.Teaching Scenario:
4.Pre-teaching
Salutation
Checking student’s presence
Motivation
5.Whilst-teaching
Listening
Answering questions based on dialogues about convincing
Reading
Answering questions based on written texts.
Writing
Writing dialogues based on given situations
Speaking
Interviewing dealing with convincing
6.Post-teaching
Students are supposed to Interview dealing with convincing
Teacher gives comment and correction
Closing

V.Required Books and Media:
a.English Module
b.English Dictionary

VI.Evaluation:
a.Exercises:
(1) Complete the following dialog using the expressions to convince others!
a. A: I’m confused what continuing education should I choose after SMK. My parents’ budget is limited.
B: ................................................................................................
(2) Give your advice based on the statement:
d. My recent salary is not enough to support my family.
......................................................................................
b.Assessment:
(1) 1 correct answer result 2 (3 items: a –c) = 3 X 2 = 6
(2) 1 correct answer result 2 (2 items: d & e) = 2 X 2 = 4

Total 10

c.Answer Key:
Many possible answers, e.g.
(1) I convince you to study at a near college.
(2) You ought to apply for a part time job in the afternoon after working.



Acknowledged by,
Principle of SMK YPE Cilacap English Teacher



Drs. Muslikhudin Dika Rezkyana, S.Pd





















RENCANA PELAKSANAAN PEMBELAJARAN
(RPP)

Subject : English
Grade / Department : XI / Bisman
Semester : II
Time allocation : 10 X 40 Minutes
Meeting : 43, 44, 45

Standard of Competency : Communicating English at Elementary Level
Basic Competency : Making short messages, direction and list using diction, spelling and grammar received
Indicator : Word chosen correcly and arranged becomes short messages, direction or list
Conclussion of conversation written correctly becomes short messages, direction or list
.
I.Learning Outcomes:
a.How to draw conclusions.
b.Subject – Verb agreement in sentences.

II.Teaching Material:
a.Inductive and Deductive Reasoning:
- Fact : Budi always gets good marks in all subjects.
Conclusion : Budi must be a clever student.
- Major Premise : African people have dark skin.
Minor Premise : Mr. Durango is an African.
Conclusion : Therefore, Mr. Durango has dark skin.
b.Subject – Verb agreement:
- The nurse helps doctor to take care of the patients.
- the nurses help doctor to take care of the patients.

III.Methods of Instruction:
a.Direct instructional.
b.Discussion.
c.Role play.
d.Question-answer.
e.Tasks.

IV.Teaching Scenario:
1.Pre-teaching
Salutation
Checking student’s presence
Motivation
2.Whilst-teaching
Listening
Drawing a conclusion from the fact read by teacher.
Reading
Reading a passage and answering questions.
Speaking
Performing dialogues based on given situations

V.Required Books and Media:
a.English Module
b.English Dictionary

VI.Evaluation:
a.Exercises:
(1) Give a conclusion in the blanks:
a. Major Premise : The wheather in the coastal area is very warm.
Minor Premise : Cilacap is located in the coastal area.
Conclusion : ......................................................................
(2) Choose one of the best answers by underline it!
c. Each citizen (is, are) born free and (has, have) the same right to live.
b.Assessment:
(1) 1 correct answer result 2 (2 items: a & b) = 2 X 2 = 4
(2) 1 correct answer result 2 (3 items: c - e ) = 3 X 2 = 6

Total 10
c.Answer Key:
(1) The wheather in Cilacap is very warm.
(2) is, has.



Acknowledged by,
Principle of SMK YPE Cilacap English Teacher


Drs. Muslikhudin Dika Rezkyana, S.Pd

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