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LESSON PLAN

Satuan Pendidikan
Mata Pelajaran
Kelas/ Semester
Pemetaan SK-KD
Skill
Materi

: MAN SUMPUR
: Bahasa Inggris
: XI/2
: SK.8 ; KD 8.2
: Listening
: Monolog (Hortatory Exposition Text)

Standar Kompetensi
Mendengar
8. Memahami makna dalam teks fungsional pendek dan monolog berbentuk
narrative, spoof dan hortatory exposition dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari
Kompetensi Dasar
Mendengar
8.2 Merespon makna dalam teks monolog yang menggunakan ragam bahasa lisan
secara akurat, lancar dan berterima dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari dalam
teks berbentuk: hortatory exposition
Indikator kompetensi
1; Merespon makna dengan benar yang terdapat di dalam teks monologue

berbentuk: Hortatory Exposition


2; Mengidentifikasi langkah-langkah retorika yang terdapat didalam teks

monolog berbentuk : Hortatory Exposition


Tujuan Pembelajaran
Diakhir pembelajaran, peserta didik mampu:
1; Merespon makna dengan benar yang terdapat di dalam teks monolog

berbentuk: Hortatory Exposition


2; Mengidentifikasi langkah-langkah retorika yang terdapat didalam teks
monolog berbentuk: Hortatory Exposition
Materi Pembelajaran
Hortatory Exposition Text
1; Definition

Hortatory exposition is a kind of text which represents the attempt of the


writer to haveaddressee do something or act in a certain way.
2; Purpose

To persuade the readers or listeners that something should or should not be


the case.
3; General structure
a; Thesis
The writers point of view about the topic discussed
b; Arguments
The series of argument which strengthen the thesis stated before
c; Recommendation
The writer gives recommendation to the readers.
4; Grammatical Features
The grammatical features consist of:
a; Use of simple present tense
b; Use of subjunctive opinions using pronouns I and we
c; Use of mental processes to state what the writer thinks of feels about
issue
d; Use of material processes to state what happen
e; Use of relational processes to state what it should or should not be.
5; Connective Words
The following are used to link sentences or each matter.
a; Next
b; Then
c; Beside this
d; In addition
e; Afterwards
f; Although
g; However
h; Furthermore
i; On the other hand
j; Otherwise
k; Firstly, secondly,
l; Finally
The following are used to start when you want to give examples:
a; For example
b; For instance

At the end of exposition, we need to give recommendation. The following


phrases to make recommendation.
In my opinion, it is better
I think should
I thing should be
For those reasons,
6; Differences between Hortatory and Analytical
The last paragraph of analytical exposition text ends with restatement of
the writers thesis
The last paragraph of hortatory exposition text ends with a strong
recommendation.
a;
b;
c;
d;

Metode/teknik pembelajaran
Genre-Based Instruction (GBI)
Langkah-langkah Pembelajaran
A; Pre-Teaching Activity (5 menit)
1; Greeting the students

T: Good morning class


S: Good morning, Miss.
T: How are you this morning?
S: Fine, thank you. And you?
T: Im fine too. Thank you.
2; Checking the students attendance
T: who is absent today?
S: Nobody, Miss.
B; Whilst Teaching
1; Exploration /Building Knowledge of Field (BKOF) (10 menit)
a; Giving several questions related with the material
b; Asking the students to answer the question
2; Elaboration
a; Modeling of Text (MOT) (25 Menit)
1; Giving the students an example monolog hortatory exposition text

Education vs Capitalism
The battle between education 1
and capitalism
continues. Does idealism in the world of education have to clash
with capitalism? Professing a need to 2
a return on
capital invested within the shortest possible time, capitalism has
entered education 3
Consequently, there are instances of schools obliging
students to buy particular textbooks to benefit from publisher's
bonuses, and universities opening special 4
channels in
5
order to impose high student
fees.
Meanwhile, various 6
for the pursuit of
educational ideals have been ignored, though education is the right
of all 7
, with or without access to capital. At present,
education is expected to produce a return on capital for whoever
wishes to invest in the field.
The school of medicine, for instance, charges high 8
fees and yet lots of new students are still interested in entering.
These students, too, expect a return on investment within a shorter
time than their 9
in the school of agriculture can
achieve.
A very tough struggle is needed to change this paradigm
because the majority of Indonesians are under the influence of

capitalism. Even the government, with power under its control, 10


to be helpless and yields to the capitalist climate, making
the excuse of fund limitations.
Trying to make peace with capitalism may be the proper
approach before further compromising with it, in view of objective
realities today. The next important thing to consider is what steps
should be taken for a post-capitalist society, because this situation
should not be endless.
2; Asking the students to completing the text based on the recording
3; Explaining the component of Hortatory Exposition to the students

by using several questions


b; Joint Construction of Text (JCOT) (20 Minutes)
1; Dividing the students into several groups
2; Giving another of dialogue recording of monologue of Hortatory

Exposition Text
3; Asking the students discuss and answer the question in their group

and identify the component of analytical Exposition


3; Confirmation /Individual Construction of Text (20 minutes)
a; Asking the students to open their worksheet book
b; Asking the students to completing the paragraph individually

based on the recording.


C; Post-Teaching Activities (10 Minutes)
a; Asking the students opinion about the activities they have undergone

in the learning process


b; Inviting the students to conclude the lesson together
c; Leave taking
Alat/Bahan/Sumber Belajar
1; Bahan Ajar
a; Monologue Recording of Hortatory Exposition text
2; Sumber Belajar
a; Developing of English Competencies for Senior High School Grade XI
b; Interlanguage English for Senior High School Students XI
c; Students worksheet
d; Kreasi Guru

Media Pembelajaran
Computer-based media
Penilaian
1; Teknik
2; Bentuk

: Essay Test
: Short Answer

3; Contoh instrument

: Complete the following paragraph based on the


recording!

Rubrik Penilaian
Listening
No

Uraian

Skor

Tiap jawaban yang benar dan tepat

10

Jawaban kurang tepat

Tidak menjawab

Jumlah pertanyaan
Nilai untuk satu jawaban benar
Jumlah skor maksimal
Nilai total
`
Mengetahui,
Guru Pamong

Ermawati, S. Pdi

: 10
: 10
: 100
: skor perolehan X 100

skor maksimal
Sumpur, April 2013
Guru Bahasa Inggris

Fitri Rahmadhani
Nim. 09. 104. 015

Education vs Capitalism
The battle between education 1
and capitalism continues.
Does idealism in the world of education have to clash with capitalism? Professing
a need to 2
a return on capital invested within the shortest possible
time, capitalism has entered education 3
Consequently, there are instances of schools obliging students to buy
particular textbooks to benefit from publisher's bonuses, and universities opening

special 4
channels in order to impose high student 5
fees.
Meanwhile, various 6
for the pursuit of educational ideals
have been ignored, though education is the right of all 7
, with or
without access to capital. At present, education is expected to produce a return on
capital for whoever wishes to invest in the field.
The school of medicine, for instance, charges high 8
fees
and yet lots of new students are still interested in entering. These students, too,
expect a return on investment within a shorter time than their 9
in the
school of agriculture can achieve.
A very tough struggle is needed to change this paradigm because the
majority of Indonesians are under the influence of capitalism. Even the
government, with power under its control, 10
to be helpless and
yields to the capitalist climate, making the excuse of fund limitations.
Trying to make peace with capitalism may be the proper approach before
further compromising with it, in view of objective realities today. The next
important thing to consider is what steps should be taken for a post-capitalist
society, because this situation should not be endless.
Education vs Capitalism
The battle between education idealism and capitalism continues. The
question is: Does idealism in the world of education have to clash with
capitalism? Professing a need to secure a return on capital invested within the
shortest possible time, capitalism has entered education.
Consequently, there are instance of school principals obliging students to
buy particular textbooks to benefit from publisher's bonuses, and universities
opening special enrolment channels in order to impose high student admission
fees.
Meanwhile, various appeals for the pursuit of educational ideals have
been ignored, though education is the right of all citizens, with or without access
to capital. At present, education is expected to produce a return on capital for
whoever wishes to invest in the field.
The school of medicine, for instance, charges high entrance fees and yet
lots of new students are still interested to enter. These students, too, expect a
return on investment within a shorter time than their peers in the school of
agriculture can achieve.
A very tough struggle is needed to change this paradigm because the
majority of Indonesians are under the influence of capitalism. Even the govern
ment, with power under its control, appears to be helpless and yields to the
capitalist climate, making the excuse of fund limitation.
Trying to make peace with capitalism may be the proper approach before
further compromising with it, in view of objective realities today. The next
important thing to consider is what steps should be taken for a post-capitalist
society, because this situation should not be endless.

Agriculture
Nowadays, many people have realized that agriculture is much more
important than as the supporting tools in economic development. In Indonesia,
agriculture should be the priority of development because of some good reasons.
First of all, t h e agricultures contribution in the beginning of the
development is highest among the other sectors. At present, almost half of total
Indonesian labors are working in agriculture sector, but the contribution of
agriculture sector does not reach 30 percent.
Second, agriculture sector is expected to fulfi ll the need of food in a
country. As the number of population increase in an alarming rate each year, food
supply must also increase. But in developing countries, food production and
agricultural production per capita never increase more than one percent each year,
and in some extreme case, it even stagnant.
Last but not least, without agricultural development, the growth of
industrial sector will be hampered because the growth that comes from industry
will bring a wider gap into the internal economy in that country. In turn, this gap
will create serious poverty problem, wider inequality of income distribution, and
increase unemployment.
Based on the above discussion, it is obvious that the government should
put agriculture as the priority of national development.
Questions
1. What do Indonesian people do mostly?
2. What is the further effect if we have poor development of agriculture?
3. Why is it important to increase the agriculture sector in relation to food
production?
4. What does the writer suggest that the goverment should do?

What do you usually do if you feel sleepy? You drink a cup of coffee, right? Most
people drink coffee when they feel sleepy in their busy time. However we may not
drink to much coffee. Coffee is addictive too much consumption of caffeine can
cause addition. Dont make drinking coffee as an habit. Coffee can cause
depression and nervousness. The most dangerous effect is that coffee can cause
hearth damage. Over consumption of coffee can cause panic is hearts regular
activity. It can make our heart rate go faster because coffee is a good stimulant.
Coffee can cause ulcer too. So, drinking coffee without taking any solid food can
harm your stomach. It is okay if we drink coffee. However, we must be sure to
drink coffee moderately. Dont do this as an hobby.