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BUTIR-BUTIR KESEPAKATAN TENTANG RPP UNTUK PLPG

PROGRAM PENDIDIKAN BAHASA INGGRIS FKIP UNS

Bagian 1:
CONTOH RPP (READING COMPREHENSION)

RENCANA PELAKSANAAN PEMBELAJARAN


Nama Sekolah

: SMA Negeri 1 Surakarta

Mata Pelajaran

: Bahasa Inggris

Kelas/Semester

: XI/1

Keterampilan Bhs : Membaca (Reading)


Genre

: Analytical Exposition

Tema/Topik

: Traffic Jam in Big Cities

Pertemuan ke-

:5

Alokasi Waktu

: 2 x 45 menit (1 pertemuan)

I. Standar Kompetensi
Memahami makna teks fungsional pendek dan esei berbentuk report, narrative dan
analytical exposition dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari dan untuk mengakses ilmu
pengetahuan

II. Kompetensi Dasar


Merespon makna dan langkah retorika dalam esei yang menggunakan ragam bahasa tulis
secara akurat, lancar dan berterima dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari dan untuk
mengakses ilmu pengetahuan dalam teks berbentuk: report, narrative, dan analytical
exposition

III. Indikator
Setelah menyelesaikan pelajaran membaca jenis teks analytical exposition ini, peserta didik
diharapkan mampu:
1. menunjukkan gagasan utama (main idea) teks eksposisi;
2. menjelaskan tujuan teks eksposisi;
3. menyebutkan informasi rinci dalam teks, baik yang tersirat maupun tersurat;
4. menjelaskan makna kata atau ungkapan tertentu dalam teks eksposisi;
5. menjelaskan rujukan (reference) yang ada dalam teks eksposisi.

IV. Materi Ajar


Terlampir (lampiran 1)

V. Metode Pembelajaran
Inquiry-Based Teaching (IBT)

VI. Prosedur Pembelajaran


A.Pendahuluan
1. Memberi salam
2. Berdoa
3. Mengecek kehadiran siswa
4. Mereview palajaran sebelumnya
5. Mengetengahkan topik pelajaran
6. Menjelaskan tujuan pelajaran
7. Menjelaskan manfaat pelajaran

B.Kegiatan Inti

Tahap
Eksplorasi

Kegiatan Guru
Kegiatan Siswa
1. Menunjukkan gambar 1. Menjawab pertanyaan guru
(atau video) tentang kesesuai dengan persepsi dan
macetan lalu lintas di kota pengalaman masing-masing.
besar dan menga- jukan
beberapa pertanya- an,
seperti What picture is it?
What do you see in the
picture? What is in your
mind when you see the
picture?
2. Menyampaikan kepada
siswa bahwa mereka akan
membaca sebuah teks
dengan judul traffic jam in
big cities, kemu- dian
meminta siswa menebak
informasi yang akan
dijumpai dalam teks.
2. Menuliskan beberapa
informasi yang diharapkan
3. Mendistribusikan teks muncul dalam topik traffic jam
dan meminta siswa
in big cities.
mengecek apakah prediksi mereka tersebut benar.

Elaborasi

3. membaca teks secara cepat


dan mengecek kebenaran
dugaan mereka tentang isi teks.
1. Meminta kelas mem1. Kelas membentuk kelombentuk beberapa kelom pok pok-kelompok kecil yang
kecil (3 sampai 5 orang), beranggotakan 3 sampai 5
lalu mendistri- busikan
orang.
lembaran tugas yang terkait
dengan pemahaman isi
bacaan.
2. Meminta masing-masing kelompok mendiskusikan tugas-tugas yang
telah diterimanya.

3. Meminta masing-masing kelompok melaporkan hasil diskusinya.

2. Masing-masing kelompok
mendiskusikan tugas (tasks),
yang meliputi sejumlah
pertanyaan yang terkait dengan
indikator kompetensi membaca
(tasks 1 4).
3. Setelah diskusi kelompok
selesai, masing2 kelompok
mempresentasikan hasilnya.

4. Meminta kelompok lain


memberi tanggapan
4. Kelompok lain memberi

C.Penutup
1. Meringkas
pelajaran
2.
Melakukan
refleksi
3.
Menyiapkan
pelajaran
yang akan
datang
4. Memberi
salam
penutup

VII. Media Pembelajran


1. LCD projector, screen, dan laptop
2. Gambar kemacetan lalu lintas di kota besar
3. Video singkat tentang kemacetan lalu lintas di kota besar

VIII. Sumber Belajar


1. Peraturan Menteri Pendidikan Nasional Republik Indonesia No. 41 Tahun 2007 tentang
Standar Proses.
2. Peraturan Menteri Pendidikan Nasional Republik Indonesia No. 22 Tahun 2006 tentang
Standar Isi.
3. Sudarwati, Th., M. dan Grace, Eudia. 2005. Look Ahead: An English Course. Jakarta:
Penerbit Erlangga.

IX. Penilaian
1. Jenis Penilaian
2. Teknik Penilaian

: sumatif
: tertulis, objektif, pilihan ganda

3. Alat penilaian

: terlampir (lampiran 2)

4. Kunci jawawan

: terlampir (lampiran 2)

1. Rubrik Penilaian : setiap butir soal memiliki bobot 1; dengan demikian,


nilai siswa sama dengan jumlah jawaban benar (skala 0 10).

Surakarta, 11 Agustus 2011


Kepala Sekolah,

_______________________

Guru Mata Pelajaran,

____________________

NIP.

NIP.

LAMPIRAN 1: Materi Pembelajaran


Task 1
Read the text below, then answer the questions that follow.

(1) In most big cities in the world, traffic has become a serious problem. (2) Traffic jam takes
place, especially in rush hours. (3) There are simply too many cars. (4) This brings about
some unexpected effects.
(5) Traffic in Hongkong can be so bad that a vehicle moves along at only 10 KPH, slower
than bicycle speed. (6) In Manila, traffic often stops completely. (7) This generates so much
exhaust that Manila is now one of the worlds most polluted cities. (8) In Bangkok, children
get up at 4 or 5 AM to make it to school by 9:00. (9) They have breakfast in the car or bus.
(10) The number of cars in the world doubled between 1970 and 1990. (11) Currently, there
are around 600 million vehicles on roads designed for half that many. (12) The number of
cars is expected to double again over the next 20 40 years. (13) More roads are being built,
but there is no way there can ever be enough roads to handle all these cars.
(14) The wasted fuel from the vehicles causes pollution. (15) The pollution destroys the
environment in a number of ways. (16) It also affects personal health. (17) More and more
people in large cities suffer from asthma and other breathing disorders than ever before. (18)
It is not only humans who suffer. (19) A recent study in Britain repots that birds are losing
their hearing because of the traffic noise; as a result, they are unable to sing properly.
(20) No one argues that traffic has become a big problem. (21) We need to find a solution to
the worlds traffic jams; otherwise, we will still suffer from diseases.

1. What is the text about?


2. What is the purpose of the text?
3. Why do traffic jams take place in big cities?
4. What is the effect of traffic jams in big cities?
5. What is the best way to solve traffic jams in big cities?

Task 2
What do the following pronouns refer to in the text?
1. this (sentence 4)

: _________________________________________________

2. it (sentence 16)

: _________________________________________________

3. they (sentence 19)

: _________________________________________________

Task 3
Match the words in column A (taken from the text) and their meanings in column B.
Each word in column B is used only once.
A

1. rush (sentence 2)

a. cause

2. bring about (sentence 4)

b. recently

3. currently (sentence 11)

c. investigation

4. study (senteence 19)

d. hard

5. argue (sentence 20)

e. deny
f. busy
g. properly

Task 4
Read the text once again more intensively, then examine how the text is developed and
organized.
1. How many paragraphs are there in the text?
2. What is the main idea of paragraphs 2, 3, and 4?
3. What is the function of the first paragraph?
4. What is the function of the last paragraph?
5. Can you draw a diagram showing the relationship among the paragraphs in the text?

*) Catatan bagi instruktur:


1. Mohon disampaikan kepada para peserta PLPG bahwa materi ajar (yang terdapat dalam
lampiran RPP) seharusnya juga berisi penjelasan singkat tentang teori membaca yang
meliputi antara lain cara menemukan main idea dalam suatu teks atau paragraf, cara
menentukan reference, dan cara menjelaskan makna ungkapan dalam teks.
2. RPP dalam contoh ini belum memuat penjelasan-penjelasan teoretis sebagaimana
dimaksud.

LAMPIRAN 2: Alat Penilaian


Directions: Read the following texts, then answer the questions about them by choosing
A, B, C, or D that best answers each question or completes each sentence.
Text 1 (Questions 1 6)
I think the Canterbury Council should construct more activity centers in most local areas.
There are some reasons for this.t
Firstly, during the school holidays, many children who dont have much on their minds can
attend their local activity centers. It will keep them busy and they can also learn to do lots of
different things. Another reason is children can encourage others to attend the local activity
centers. Children will not get bored because they can have lots of fun. Finally, it might stop
children from vandalizing properties that dont belong to them because they can go to the
activity centers, have fun, and enjoy themselves.
These are the main reasons why I think we should have more activity centers. It will be
educational and a very good experience for lots of children.

1. What is the text about?


A. The importance of constructing more activity centers
B. The need for making children busy and have fun
C. A way of preventing children from getting bored
D. The reasons for having educational experience
2. It can be inferred from the text that .

A. Canterbury Council has constructed many activity centers


B. There are only few activity centers in most local areas
C. Activity centers tend to make children hang around
D. The construction of more activity centers is useless
3. How does the writer feel if more activity centers are constructed in most local areas?
A. excited
B.

interested

C.

disappointed

D. encouraged
4. The word this (sentence 2 paragraph 1) refers to .
A. Canterbury Councils proposal to construct activity center
B.

Keeping children busy and have fun in the holidays

C. The construction of more local activity centers


D. Learning how to do certain things
5. The word encourage (sentence 3 paragraph 2) can be best replaced by the word
A. explain
B. motivate
C. describe
D. prevent

Text 2 (question 6 10)


Solar energy has many uses. In many parts of the world, people are building solar houses
with large numbers of windows to collect the heat of the sun. Solar collectors can make hot
water from sun light. The rays of the sun heat water in a solar collector, and the hot water
goes into storage tank. People can use the hot water for washing or for heating their houses.
In the future, people may use the rays of the sun to make electricity for their homes. They
will use photovoltaic cells to make electricity from sun light.

The sun is an important new source of energy. It is less expensive than oil or nuclear
energy. Furthermore, it does not cause pollution and it is not as dangerous as nuclear power.
Many people think that solar energy will be the answer to our future energy problems.

6. What is the best title for the text?


A. Energy Problems
B. Solar Houses
C. Sources of Power
D. Solar Energy
7. The purpose of the text is
A. to describe what solar energy is
B. to inform the writers view about the use of solar energy
C. to explain the procedure for developing solar energy
D. to persuade readers to make use of solar energy

8. What is called the new source of energy?


1. the light
2. the sun
3. the oil
4. the nucleus
9. What can a solar collector do?
1. answering our future energy problems
2. making electricity from sunlight
3. using hot water for washing
4. making hot water from sunlight
10.What problems may solar energy solve?
1. Water storages
2. Future energy problems

3. Storage problems
4. Oil or nuclear energy

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