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LESSON PLAN A.

Identities School Subject Class/ Semester Theme Skill Genre Time Allotment Academic Year Standard competence Reading Understanding the meaning of short functional texts and simple essays in the form of narrative text in the context of daily life. Basic Competence : Responding the meaning and rhetorical steps of written essays accurately, fluently, and acceptably in the context of daily life and to access knowledge in the form of narrative. Indicators 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. : Acquiring the main idea of the story. Finding supporting details of the text. Mentioning the aim of the text. Locating specific information in the story. Explaining the meaning of words in the story. Identifying discourse markers in the story. Explaining reference in the story : : SMA N XXX : English : X/ 1st : Bedtime Stories : Reading : Narrative text : 2 x (2 x 45) minutes : 2010/2011

B. Materials 1. Meeting 1:

The Princesss Suitors (attached) 2. Meeting 2: A Story about Red (attached) C. Method Jigsaw method D. Learning Experience Modelling First meeting 1. Opening: a.Teacher greets the students b. Teacher leads the prayer c.Teacher checks the attendance list d. Teacher checks students readiness e.Reviewing previous lesson. f. Giving apperception to the students. g. Stating the topic of the lesson h. Stating the objectives of the lesson. i. Stating the benefit of the lesson. 2. Main Activity: a. Teacher divides the students into a group of four. b. Teacher gives each group a part of The Princess Suitors story. c. Students discuss the text in group. d. Teacher regroups the students into new groups that consist of 4 students. e. Students discuss in the new group. f. Students go back to their old group to discuss. g. Each group presents their work before the class. h. Teacher gives feedback to each groups work. 3. Closing (15)

a. Summarizing the lesson which has been done. b. Reflecting the learning process which has been done. c. Giving homework to students. d. Teacher says goodbye. F. Evaluation: 1. Type of evaluation 2. Objective 3. Technique a. Observation Observing the students while they are working in groups. b. Interview Checking students understanding about the indicators. 4. Focus : the students activeness, participation and understanding which covers the indicators. : formative evaluation. : to know the students learning progress.

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The Princesss Suitors: Text A She sent one servant to the market to buy old clothes. She sent another servant to the kitchen to pack food for a trip. Then she wrote her father a letter saying she was going on a trip but that she would be back soon. The next morning the princess got up early. She dressed herself in the old clothes, and hid her beautiful hair under a hat. Then she got her horse and rode to the castle of the first prince who wanted to marry her (the one who had offered her the diamonds). She got a hob working in the stables, helping take care of the horses. Early the ext morning the princess started working, taking care of the horses. Soon, a messenger said the prince was coming. When she came, the princess walked past him carrying a bucket of water. She stumbled, knocking the prince down and spilling water all over him. Look what you did, you stupid idiot! screamed the prince, getting up off the ground. Excuse me, excuse me. Im so sorry, said the princess. Let me clean you off. She moved closer, spilling more water on the princes leg and stepping on his foot. Get back, you fool, get back! She stepped back quickly, poking the horse with the shovel in her hand. The horse ran away, neighing fearfully. Get away, you worthless person! How dare you scare my horse. He is worth more than all of your fathers horse. Get away, whoever you are. I never want to see you again. Very well, thought the princess, You will never see me again. She hurried to where her horse was, and got on and rode away. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The Princesss Suitors: Text B After he was gone, the princess went and washed. Then she begged for work in the kitchen. He chief cook gave her a job. When it was time for supper, the princess took a bowl of soup to the dining room. When she got near the prince, she stumbled, dumping soup on the floor and spattering the prince. The prince looked at his clothes with a frown, and then looked at the princess. Im so sorry so very sorry, said the princess, bowing awkwardly and spilling more soup. its all right. But stop being sorry and bring us more soup so we can eat it. And get something to mop up the floor. The prince remained as polite and courteous as always. So the princess got more soup, and this time she didnt spill any. Then she left the castle and got on her horse and rode home. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The Princesss Suitors: Text C Long ago there was a king who had only one child- a daughter. She was kind to everyone, and very beautiful. When she got old enough to marry, many princes wanted to marry her. One prince came riding on a black horse and wearing shining armor. He was handsome and strong and brave, and a great fighter. He was very rich, and offered the princess a thousand strings of diamonds if she would marry him.

Another prince came who wore beautiful green silks and many gold rings. People said he was very wise. He was also very rich; he offered the princess 500 strings of emeralds if she would marry him. And from a very small kingdom, came another prince. He wore simple clothes, and he was not very rich- he could only offer the princess a gift of 100 pieces of silverbut he was kind and cheerful. Even though he was not rich, he was a prince, so we should not forget him. My daughter, said the king, These princes who want to marry you are getting tired of waiting, you should make up your mind and pick one. My father, said the princess, giving him a kiss, it is hard to choose. You must give me more time to think about it. The king loved his daughter more than anything, so he decided that she could have as much time as she wanted. The princess said Thank you. Then she went to her bedroom, for she had an idea. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The Princesss Suitors: Text D Next, the princess rode to the castle of the second prince, the one who had offered her the emeralds. There she begged for a job in the kitchen. The cook was a kind man who said he could find something for her to do. She spent her afternoon peeling potatoes and stirring soup, and when the supper time came, she took a large bowl of soup and went to the tables. She was walking towards the prince when she stumbled, spilling soup all over the floor and the princes clothes. You graceless ninny, cried the prince. Look what you have done! I am so sorry, said the princess, bowing awkwardly and spilling more soup on the floor and the princes feet. Get out! Get out! ... or I shall have you tarred and feathered and dragged through the city streets. Not for me, thought the princess. She left quickly, and told the cook she was sorry. Then she rode to the castle of the poor prince. Again she got a job in the stables caring for the horses. When the prince came to ride, she came with her buckets of water at just the right time and spilled water all over him, knocking him down. She quickly stepped back, and almost fell down herself. The prince got up. Are you alright? asked the prince, looking at the clumsy stable hand. I am fine. Thank you. Well, be more careful next time. He went back into the castle to change his clothes.

A Story about Red "Rosaura! Rosaura!" If you were tall enough, you might have seen a little splash of red in the tall grass. And if you had looked closer you might have seen a small girl wearing a red ribbon. Rosaura was hiding from her mother and father. It was her favourite game. She crouched quietly, listening to the faint sound of her mother's voice. All Rosaura could see were the swaying green stalks of the corn. They rustled above her head where the sky stretched clear and blue. Suddenly, a bright yellow butterfly darted by. Rosaura jumped up to chase the butterfly, forgetting all about her hiding game. "Rosaura! There you are," called her mother. "It's time for lunch." It was dark and cool in the cottage where Rosaura lived with her parents. Rosaura ate her meal quickly. She wanted to go back into the sunshine to play. As soon as she had finished her food she slipped down from her chair. "Rosaura, where are you going?" called her mother. She caught a glimpse of Rosaura's red ribbon disappearing around the door. But Rosaura was already through the gate, and heading for the fields. "Rosaura! Rosaura!" Was that the sound of her mother calling, or the wind whispering in the corn? Rosaura was not sure. All day long through the hot summers she loved to run in the fields. Her feet were scratched and her toes bruised on stones as she chased after the mice hiding in the corn stalks. Her skin was brown as a nut from the sun. In her tangled black hair, her red ribbon fluttered. The afternoon stretched out long and hot. As the sun reached the far side of the field, Rosaura's father walked back to the cottage. His eyes scanned the fields for Rosaura's red ribbon. But it was nowhere to be seen. "Hasn't Rosaura come back yet?" asked her father as he came through the door. "Not yet," said her mother, "I'm sure she'll be back soon." But the supper was ready and still there was no sign of Rosaura. Now the sun had set, casting a red glow over the fields. Rosaura's mother and father stood at the door of their cottage, staring over the field, looking for the red ribbon. "Rosaura! Rosaura!" Soon the shadows were deep blue in the yard. It was too dark to see the red ribbon now. Rosaura's parents began to walk and call for her in the field. As night fell, they fetched lamp that lit up patches of corn and grass and startled the sleeping mice. But they could find no red ribbon. Rosaura's parents called and called all through the night. In the dawn, they stood alone and sad amongst the corn. The red morning sun lit up their tired faces. "Look!" cried Rosaura's mother suddenly. "There she is!" They began to run towards the red ribbon that she had spotted among the corn. But oh! It wasn't Rosaura's ribbon at all, but the red petals of a flower.

Rosaura's mother and father had never seen such a flower before. Her father looked away in disappointment. "I see her!" he cried. And again they ran towards the dear red ribbon. But it was another red flower. As the sun came up bright and strong, Rosaura's mother and father looked around the field. It was filled with red flowers swaying and fluttering in the tall grass. Rosaura's mother and father felt so sad. "Rosaura won't be coming home anymore," said her mother. "She was always happier in the fields." "But the spirits have left us these flowers to remind us of her," said Rosaura's father. "They will stay with us!" Every year, when the corn ripened and the evenings grew long, Rosaura's parents stood at the edge of the fields and watched the red flowers dancing under the sun. And that, say the Indians, is how the red poppy came to be. Work in pairs. Answer these questions based on the story in Activity 7. 1. Who is the main character of the story? 2. What was Rosaura's favourite game? 3. Why did Rosaura eat her meal quickly? 4. Did Rosaura come back home when the supper was ready? 5. Could Rosaura's mother and father find her? 6. Why did Rosaura's mother think that the petals of the flower were her ribbon? 7. Why did Rosaura's mother think that Rosaura wouldn't be coming home anymore? 8. What did Rosaura's father say about the red flowers filled the field? 9. What do Indians say about the story? 10. What do you call such a tale? MODELLING Second meeting a. Opening (15) 1. Greeting 2. Checking Students Attendance 3. Checking Students Readiness 4. Reviewing the previous lesson.

5. Stating the topic of the lesson a. Giving orientation by mentioning the title (i.e. Narrative Text- Bedtime Stories) and showing some pictures related to the narrative text. b. Giving apperception related to the material given by asking some questions related to the pictures given. c. Giving brief explanation about the narrative text and teaching learning process. b. Main Activity (60) 1. Asking the students to find the definitions of some vocabularies related to the narrative. 2. Presenting the narrative text (A story about Red) 3. Asking several students to read aloud the text. 4. Reviewing about the characteristics of narrative text. 5. Discussing the text based on characteristics of a narrative text. 6. Asking the students to answer the questions about the text (worksheet 1). 7. With teacher guidance, checking students answer. 8. Asking the students to work with simple past tense. 9. Checking students answer c. Closing (15) 1. Reviewing the lesson which has been done 2. Checking students understanding about the lesson 3. Asking whether the students enjoy the lesson or not F. Evaluation: 1. Type of evaluation 2. Objective 3. Technique a. Observation Observing the students while they are working in groups. b. Interview : formative evaluation. : to know the students learning progress.

Checking students understanding about the indicators. 4. Focus : the students activeness, participation and understanding which covers the indicators. F. Source 1. English Book Developing English Competencies (An English Course for Senior High School Year X) 2. Internet Pictures: www.funplus05.com 3. Computer & LCD

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