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May June July August. September October November December. We will be drilled by our teacher to say the names of months. We must not Dewi. Second, our teacher will say the name of a month, and we will say the name of before and after the month. We will do it very fast. We will say each sentence loudly, clearly, and correctly. April is before May. August is after July. After May is June. When we learn to say the date, in writing and orally. First, we will listen Dewi carefully to our teacher how to say the names of the numbers.
My birthday is in January. It is on the twenty ninth of BENI. We will fill in the table with the birthdays of ten classmates. First, we will study the example. Second, we will copy and handwrite the table on our notebook. Then, we will fill the table with the information we got from the interview.
Finally, we will handwrite the statements about our classmates birthdays in sentences. Benis birthday is in January. Beni January 29th 2.
It is on the twenty ninth of January. In Indonesia, there are several National Days. We will be drilled by our teacher how to say date we celebrate them. First, we will study again about how to say the date. Second, our Dewi. Then, we will say the month and date we celebrate it. We will say each word loudly, clearly, and correctly. There are seven days in a week.
We will learn to say them one by one. Bagas Here are what we will do. First, we will listen carefully to our teacher say the names of the BENI. Second, we will repeat the words after the Dewi. I like Sunday very much. I go out with my family. What is your favorite day? We will be drilled by our teacher to say the name of days. We must not see our notebook.
Second, our teacher will say the name of a day, and we will say the name of before and after the day. Wednesday is before is Before onday Thursday. After M day. Tuesday is Tues Monday. Saturday is after Friday. Today is Monday. Tomorrow is Tuesday. Yesterday was Sunday Today is Friday.
Tomorrow is Saturday. Yesterday was Thursday. This is our schedule. We will learn to say the subjects one by one. We will tell about the schedule, in writing and orally.
Second, we will handwrite the Dewi. Then, we will tell the schedule orally. First, we will study the previous example. Then, we will make some statements related to our schedules. We can also decorate it and hang it on the wall. On Sunday, I learn English at seven oclock. On Wednesday, I learn English at half past nine. First, we will roll the dice. Then, we have to say the name of the day and the date.
The student who first reaches the end of the month will be the winner. We will learn to say the names of the things in the classroom. First, we will listen Dewi to our teacher say the names of the things in the classroom. Then, we will repeat the words after the teacher one by one. We will tell the names of ten things that we really have in our classroom. First, we will discuss and decide ten things in our classroom. Second, each of us will draw Dewi.
Then, we will present our work to the class. If we have a problem, we will go to our teacher. We wil learn to tell the names of the things that we often have in our bags. First, we will listen Dewi to our teacher say the names of the things we often have in our bags. Then, we will repeat the words after the teacher, one by one. We wil learn to tell the names of the things that we really have in our bags. We will work in pairs. Second, we will tell each other their Dewi.
I have two rubbers. What about you, how many pens do you have? Numbers of the Numbers of the No. Names of the things things in my things in my bag friends bag. We will report our findings to the class, orally. First, we wil plan Dewi what to say about each of our findings in our notebooks, like the example. Then, we will report all our findings orally to the class. We will also say each sentence loudly, clearly, and correctly. I have two rubbers and Ruli has three rubbers.
We will tell the names of the things at the dining table, their number and locations. Second, we will use a dictionary to know their names.
Then, we wil plan what to say about each of our findings in our notebooks, like the example. Finally, we will report all our findings orally to the class. We will also say each word loudly, clearly, and correctly. We have fifteen classrooms. We have one library. First, we will listen to our teacher say the names of the public buildings Dewi. We will learn to tell locations of the public buildings.
It is about the public buildings in the picture above. First, we will listen BENI. Second, we will repeat each conversation after the teacher, sentence by sentence.
Do you see this building on the left? What is this building. This is a bank. I see. This building on the left is a bank. What about that building next to the bank?
That is a post office.
That building next to the bank is a post office. The bank and the post office are next to each other. And, do you know that building on the right, across from the bank and the post office? That building is a tax office.
I know. That building on the right is a tax office. The tax office is across from the bank and the post office. And what about that building in front of us? That is a hospital. Oh yeah. That building is a hospital? That building in front of us is a hospital. And, that building next to the tax office? That is a school. So, the school is next to the tax office.
Yes, it is to the right of the tax office. And, what about that building across from the school, on the corner? That building is a police station.
So, the police station is across from the school. It is on the corner, across from the hospital, too. It is, again, about the same buildings in the picture above. First, we Dewi.
The bank is on the left, next to the post office, across from the tax office. The post office is next to the bank, across from the tax office. We will tell the names of the public buildings and other facilities in our town or village and their locations. We will include other buildings, such as a mosque, a church, etc. We will also tell their numbers. Second, we wil plan what to say about each of our findings in our notebooks, like the examples.
There are two banks in my village. Bank Se- roja and Bank Nasional. We have one post office in our neighbourhood. Its on Jalan Mawar.
We will tell the names of the things in the living room, their numbers and their locations. First, we will listen to our Dewi teacher say the names of things in the living room. We will tell the names of the things in the living room, their numbers, and their locations. First, we wil plan what to say about each thing in our notebooks, Dewi. We will tell the names of the things in our living rooms, their numbers and their locations. First, each one of us will look closely into our living rooms to identify Dewi.
I have a small television on the small shelf. There is a telephone next to the television. We will tell the names of the things in the kitchen and their locations. First, we will listen to Dewi our teacher say the names of things in the kitchen. We are ready for our lunch! Now, we are in the dining room. We will tell the names of the things in the kitchen and at the dining table, their numbers, and their locations.
First, we wil Dewi. There are many things in the kitchen. There is a big stove next to the sink. Theres a frying pan on the stove. There are many things at the dining table.
There are six chairs at the dining table. Theres a one big rice bowl on the table, on the left. We will learn to ask and answer questions of the number of things in the kitchen and at the dining table.
Second, we will ask and answer questions, like the example. We will, first, listen and repeat the questions after the teacher. How many plates are there on the table? There are five LINA plates on the table. No Things Number 1. We will tell the names of the things in the bedroom, their numbers, and their locations. Then, we will repeat the words after the Dewi.
There is a mirror on the wall, near the window. We will tell the names of the things in our bedrooms, their numbers and their locations. We will also Dewi. I have a small bedroom. There is one bed with mattress on it. We will tell the names of the things in the bathroom, their numbers, and their locations. First, we will listen Dewi.
Finally, we will report all our Dewi. We will tell the names of the things in our bathrooms, their numbers and their locations. I have a bathtub in my bathroom. There is a soap cup on the tub. We will tell the names of the things in the garage, their numbers, and their locations.
Then, we will repeat the words after the teacher, Dewi. We will tell the names of the things in our garages or the garage of the school, their numbers and their locations. We will tell the names of the things in the yard and around the house. First, we will listen to our teacher say the names of things the yard and Dewi.
We will tell the names of the things and the animals in the yard and around the house, their numbers, and their locations. First, we wil plan what Dewi. There is a bird cage on one tree. There is a bird in it. We will tell the names of the things and animals in our yard and around our house, their numbers and their locations.
There is a star-fruit tree there. There are many flies there. We will tell the names of the animals we can find near our school and our houses. First, we wil look Dewi around our school and our houses to find small and big animals there.
We wil take notes of our findings. Second, we will use a dictionary to find the English words for the animals. Third, we wil plan what to say about each of our findings in our notebooks, like the examples. There are many animals near our school and our houses. There are some cats. Budi has one cat in his home. There are some caterpillars in the flower plants in front of the library. We will repeat the sentences after the Dewi. Second, we will discuss to plan what to say about the other situations.
Each one of us will write the sentences in our notebooks. Finally, we will read our situations orally to the class. We will tell about our dream of our future house.
It is a group project. First, we will plan our future house. We will also make a list of the things and animals we will have. Second, everyone in the group will write the details of the plan in our notebooks. Finally, each group will put their plan on the wall of the classroom and read it to the class. We will sing a song. First, we will copy Dewi. Second, we will listen carefully to our teacher read the lyric, meaningfully.
Third, we will repeat the lyric after the teacher, line by line. Finally, in groups we will learn to read the lyric to each other, meaningfully too. I see trees of green, red roses too. I see them bloom, for me and you. And I think to myself, what a wonderful world. I see skies of blue, and clouds of white. The bright blessed day, the dark sacred night. And I think to myself, What a wonderful world. The colors of the rainbow, So pretty in the sky. Are also on the faces, Of people going by, I see friends shaking hands.
Saying, How do you do? Theyre really saying, I love you. I hear babies cry, I watch them grow, Theyll learn much more, than Ill ever know. Yes, I think to myself, What a wonderful world. We will learn from the song some proofs that the world is wonderful. Second, we will find the other proofs that the world is wonderful from the song. Third, weach one of us will write the work in our notebook. Then, we will present our findings to the class.
V We will learn to: Ask for and give information related to the qualities of people, animals and things, in order to identify, to criticize or to praise them. We will play the roles of the speakers in the conversation.
Second, we will Dewi repeat the conversation after our teacher, sentence by sentence. This park is shady and the flowers are Theyre pretty. I like this There are garbage park. We can keep this park clean. There are butterflies. The I like studying here I do, too. This is a a weather is nice. Its wonderful park beautiful pa rk. Second, we will repeat the Dewi. Then, in groupswe will play the roles of the speakers in the conversation. This park is shady and the flowers are colourful.
I like this park. I do, too. This is a wonderful park Edo: Theyre pretty.
There are garbage cans, too. I like studying here. The weather is nice. The park is beautiful. And, itsa beautiful day! We will list the speakers statements about the park. First, Dewi we will study the examples carefully. We will copy and handwrite them in our notebooks.
Second, we will discuss to find the speakers statements about the park. Third, everyone of us will handwrite the sentences on a piece of paper. Finally, in each group, we will read all the sentences to each other, orally. We will spell the words and use punctuation marks and capital letters correctly.
According to the students the mark has the following good qualities. This park is shady. Siti likes the park because The park is shady. Udin likes studying in the park because We will play the roles of the speakers in the pictures.
First, we will listen carefully to our teacher read the conversation. Then, in Dewi. Your classroom is clean and tidy, nothing is dirty and messy. Our schoolyard is very large. We can play badminton and do many other activities here.
Yes, its big enough for the activities. Your car is very nice, Siti. Its an old car but its very fast. The music is too loud. I cant study with this loud music. Sorry, Ill turn down the volume. Its dark in here. Ill open the curtains. We will list the speakers statements about the things. First, we will study the examples carefully.
Second, we will discuss to find the speakers statements about the things. We will spell the words correctly. When we are writing, we will say the words loudly, clearly, and correctly. What do they say about the things?
Dayu says Linas classroom is clean and tidy. Beni says the schoolyard is very large. They can play badminton and do many other activities there. Siti, your house is far from your school, but you always come on time. I always go to school at 6 a. Thats why Im never late. Lina, your room is very unique. It has things with many different colours and shapes. Yes, thats right. It has two pink chairs, a red bed, a rectangle table And a round table and a blue bookshelf.
Youre right. I never realized that my room is very colourful and has many things with different shapes. Beni, your couch is very comfortable.
I like this couch, too. And I like the colour. Yeah, I like dark brown, too. And you have a very big TV. Its awesome. Sorry guys, the kitchen is small. Its not comfortable for all of us. Its okay. I think its a very nice kitchen. Look at this purple dish rack. Its very cute. Yes, and everything is very well-organized. Its a very neat kitchen. We know from the conversations that Sitis house is far from her school but she always comes on time.
She is never late because she goes to school at 6. We will tell the qualities of the things and rooms that we really have in our school. First, we will discuss and decide ten objects rooms and things we really have in our school Bagas BENI.
Second, each one of us will Dewi. Finally, we will read the groups work to the class, orally. This is our school. It is large, clean and green. There are many shady places. We will tell the qualities of the things and rooms that we really have in our houses. Bagas BENI First, each one of us will decide ten objects Dewi rooms and things we really have in our houses and their qualities. Second, each one of us will handwrite the sentences on a piece of paper, like the example.
This is my house. It is small. I like it because it is nice for example. The living room is small. The TV is very big.
The room is always clean and comfortable for example. Edo, your dog has But hes actually fierce eyes. Lina, your rabbit is white like snow and Yes, she is. Udin, your cat is adorable. Is she very Yes, she is. Siti, your hamsters have very large cheeks. Yes, they do. What do you think if we use English in our English class. We will use English in our class. Do you understand me? Siti, what did I say? We will use English in our English class. Yes, we will use English in our English class.
Everybody, are you ready to learn English now? What about you, Edo? What do you think if we use English in our English class?
Would you stop doing that please? Are you ready to learn? Im so sorry, Maam. Yes, I am. Attention, please. Are we all ready to learn English? Edo, Is English easy or difficult? It is easy Maam. Attention, please! Attention please! Excuse me, Maam. What is attention in Bahasa? Sir, may I wash my hands? Lets go. Hey, Lets go to the canteen! Ina says several expressions to her students. To get her students attention in picture 1, she says, Everybody, may I have your attention, please.
To get Sitis attention in picture 2, she says, Siti, and , Siti? To get her students attention in picture 3, she says, Everybody, 4. To get Mrs. To get Mr. Write them in neat and accurate handwriting on your notebook. Dont you understand of what she said? Yes, Sir. Do you know what I mean? Im trying Maam. How do you say this word? What is it in Bahasa? Do you understand the text?
We should use English in our English class. It is difficult. Do you understand of what our teacher ask to do? Yes, she said that we should speak English in our English class. Beni did it well, didnt he? Yes, he did. It is very beautiful. I dont think so. Its nice. The meal is not delicious.
Is that how you say it? I think its easy. I love English. What do you think? Is English easy or difficult? Yes, he is. He is dilligent and smart too. Hes a dilligent student. Dont you think so? I think that is a beautiful invitation card. I like it. Thank you.
Your picture is beautiful! I like the color. Thank you, Maam. Thats my girl! What a wonderful picture! To check Sitis understanding, in picture 1 Dayu says, Dont you understand of what she said? To check his students understanding, in picture 2 Mr. To check Edos understanding, in picture 3 Mrs. To ask Edos opinion, in picture 5 Beni says, What do you think of?
To ask Mrs. Inas opinion, in picture 8 Mr. To show Edos appreciation, in picture 5 he says, Its is very beautiful. To show Mrs. To show Mr. They are: Well, I think its good. I want to show you my drawing. What do you think about it? Hi, Edo. Whats up? Play the roles of the speakers in the pictures. Yes, it is! Will you come someday? Yes, I will.
What about your hometown. Do you think it is good? Yes, its beautiful. Thats great. Excuse me! Then, play the roles of the speakers sentences correctly and clearly. I think its beautiful Do you think its good? Its so beautiful 5 6 7 8 Do you understand? After that, practice with your partner! Look, this is my cat. Shes cute isnt she? Shes Putih. Yes, I think shes cute. Whats her name? My teacher will help me if I find some difficulties.
No, I cant. Can you play the Angklung? Yes, I can. Can you do it now? Im not sure but Ill try Can you come to the party? Can you help me? Say what these people are saying correctly and clearly. Im very proud of Siti. Now she can help me with the housework. She can get up early herself. She can sweep the house before school.
Yuli can make fried rice, and she can fry the egg nicely. She can also serve fried rice beautifully with tomatoes and celery. It is not easy to read a story to your friends loudly and correctly. But, Im happy that many of you can do it well.
Adi still makes mistakes, but he can read his story loudly. Fatima always speaks softly, but when she sings, she can sing very loudly. Birds can fly because they have wings. We dont have wings, so we cannot fly. But we can make planes. With a plane we can fly very high and go to far places.
We cannot swim across the sea, but with a boat or a ship, we can go to other islands. The text is long and there are many new words in it. It is not easy to read. But you can work together. If you read it together, Im sure you can understand it easily. My nephew, Anton, is only two years old. But he is smart. He can go up the stairs himself.
He can also go down easily. The first one has been done for you. According to Mrs. Siti can help her with the housework. According to Rani: According to Mr. According to Denata: According to Widi: Do an interview with your friends to fill in the table by using Can you? One example is given to you here. First, copy the example. Siti can swim.
She can play Angklung. But she cannot write a novel. Now, present your works in front of the class orally. After that, play the roles of the speakers.
Siti, will you come to my party? Of course. I will Lina, will you go to the canteen with me? Beni,will you close the window, please? Ill do it. Will you please pass the salt? Here you are. My mum is out of town today. My dad is also very busy.
But he will come to my school to collect my report. My aunt is often angry with my cousin, Lusi. She makes a mess but she will not do the cleaning. She will not even clean her own room. My uncle paints his own house. When he has time he will paint our house too. My brother loves sport. He thinks that exercise is the best way to be healthy. For his health, he will walk 2 kilometers to his office everyday. I will help you to fix the table, if I can. But I cant, so I will not help you.
I will get up early and go to swim at six, but we should go home before 10, ok? With good examples from the teachers, Im sure the students will go to school on foot or on a bicycle. The little boy is very spoilt.
He will not stop crying before his mother downloads him the toys he wants. According to Lathan, we know that his Dad will come to his school to collect his report.
According to Lathan, we know that: His Aunt will not do the cleaning. No, I will not. Things or Activities that I can do. Things or Activities that I cannot do.
Write the complete in neat and accurate hand-writing. Make sure your punctuation marks and spelling of the words are correct. I can draw a picture 2. The problems with my sentences or, I have no problems: What I have to do to be better or, Im fine: You should come! Dont be late! All right. Please put the book on the table! Clean the whiteboard, please! Of course! Please open the window! Ok, but wait a minute.
Will you join us to the library? Sorry, Im busy. Please come with me to see the principal! Sure, please come with me! Can I join you? I wont. Dont open it here, please. Its not a big deal. You dont have to download anything for me.
Dont tell Lina that we will give her a special gift. These students are planning to do for Linas birthday. Good morning. What can i do for you? Hello, good morning. This is Udin. You are coming, aren't you? No problem. Oh ya, dont forget the dress code, ok? I just received an invitation card for your birthday. Thanks for inviting me. Im still thinking about it actually. Be there and dont be late. Ill do my best.
All right, see you soon! Udin is telling Lina by phone that he will come to he party. By the way, have you received a birthday invitation from Lina? Im fine. Im afraid I cant because Ill have a badminton competition on that day. Lets download a birthday gift for her.
I hope you dont mind giving it to her on her birthday. Hi, Udin. How are you? Will you come then? Yes, I have. Lets go then! Can you help them to find a suitable gift for her? Patch some pictures from magazine or newspaper Please downloads these things: Dont download these things: Please download her a novel. Don't download her a comic. Beni says, Please give her a doll. Dont give her a robot, ok! Siti says, You can wear a batik shirt or a formal shirt.
But please dont wear T-shirt. Lina says, For exercise, please run, walk, or ride a bicycle. Dont use expensive tools. Adnan says, Please paint the walls or furnish the desks. But please dont spill the paint on the floor. Ina says, Please all the girls, bring your sewing kits with you on Monday. We will learn to sew. Dont forget to bring some clothes too. Udin says, For your health, do not eat too much instant noodle.
Eat more vegetables or fresh fruits. Beni gives an instruction: Please give her a doll. He gives a prohibition: Siti gives an instruction: She gives a prohibition: Lina gives an instruction: Adnan gives an instruction: Ina gives an instruction: Udin gives an instruction: Can I use your pen?
Take the green one. Dont use the red one. Theres no ink on it. Is this seat taken? Can I sit here? No, the chairs leg is loose. Dont sit on it. Please take the seat near the window. Lets wrap the gift for Lina. Can we it on your table? Please do, but dont make a mess. Its very cold. Can I wear your jacket? I have two jackets. Dont forget to wash before you return it to me, ok? Hey, Lina is a girl. You can download her a baby doll. Dont download her a car toy.
To ask a permission, Lina says: To respond a permission, Dayu says: To give a prohibition, Dayu says: Do you see my jacket? Is it yours? Here, I bring it. You can use mine. I dont have scissors. May I wash my hands?
Would you like to bring me our ribbon? No, Its Edos jacket. Our jacket are same but the sizes are different. Not yet actually. Weve been waiting for you. There are so many people here. It seems that the party has just begun. Oh, hi Udin. Come in, please. By the way, happy birthday! Nothing I could say but everything for your best always.
Ok Excuse me! Yes, could you put your jacket over there on the hanger? Please write down your name here. Its very kind of you. Thanks a lot, Ben. Lets start the party then. Oh yes, sure. And whats this paper for? Ok, but I dont bring any pen, May I borrow yours? To go on a camping trip. To green the school. To spend the weekend. To play in the school ground. To work together with friends. To celebrate your grandmas birthday.
Make the list of instructions and prohibitions for those activities Please report it in front of the class. My Journal You are Invited! IV to make a personal invitation, and to make a greeting card. In this chapter, I will learn: Who is invited to the party?
Who celebrate the birthday? When will the party begin? How old is Lina? Where will the party begin? Here they are! Will Udin come to the party? Dear Lina, Happy birthday. I wish you all the best, From: Dont forget to decorate it! Can you describe it? There are few visitors in the zoo. How much food does the elephant eat?
Not much, just half a bucket of food. They drink a lot of water. How many zookeepers are there in the zoo? There arent many zookeepers in the zoo. He feeds the animals everyday. They clean the animals cages every morning. She takes care of sick animals regularly. She prepares foods and drinks for the animals every morning.
They wash the animals everyday. He regularly repairs the animals cages. Ahmad feeds the animals everyday. Hari and Mr. Warta and Mr. Buku siswa ini disusun dan ditelaah oleh berbagai pihak di bawah koordinasi Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan, dan dipergunakan dalam tahap awal penerapan Kurikulum Buku ini merupakan dokumen hidup yang senantiasa diperbaiki, diperbaharui, dan dimutakhirkan sesuai dengan dinamika kebutuhan dan perubahan zaman.
Masukan dari berbagai kalangan diharapkan dapat meningkatkan kualitas buku ini. Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan. Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan , Helena Indyah Ratna Agustien, Rd. Safrina Noorman, dan Wawan Gunawan. Pusat Kurikulum dan Perbukuan, Balitbang, Kemdikbud.
Makin datarnya dunia dengan perkembangan teknologi informasi dan komunikasi menyebabkan pergaulan tidak dapat lagi dibatasi oleh batas-batas negara. Kurikulum menyadari peran penting bahasa Inggris tersebut. Kurikulum dirancang untuk menyongsong model pembelajaran abad Di dalamnya terdapat pergeseran pembelajaran dari siswa diberitahu menjadi siswa mencaritahu dari berbagai sumber belajar melampaui batas guru dan satuan pendidikan.
Peran bahasa Inggris dalam model pembelajaran seperti itu menjadi sangat sentral mengingat lebih banyak sumber belajar yang menggunakan bahasa Inggris dibandingkan bahasa lainnya. Penyajiannya menggunakan pendekatan pembelajaran berbasis teks, baik lisan maupun tulis, dengan menempatkan bahasa Inggris sebagai sarana berkomunikasi. Pemahaman terhadap jenis, kaidah dan konteks suatu teks ditekankan sehingga memudahkan siswa menangkap makna yang terkandung dalam suatu teks maupun menyajikan gagasan dalam bentuk teks yang sesuai sehingga mudah dipahami orang lain.
Sebagai bagian dari Kurikulum yang menekankan pentingnya keseimbangan kompetensi sikap, pengetahuan, dan keterampilan, kemampuan berbahasa Inggris dibentuk melalui pembelajaran berkelanjutan. Pembelajaran model ini dimulai dengan peningkatan kompetensi pengetahuan tentang jenis, kaidah, dan konteks suatu teks, dilanjutkan dengan kompetensi keterampilan menyajikan suatu teks tulis dan lisan baik terencana maupun spontan dengan pelafalan dan intonasi yang tepat.
Pembelajaran berkelanjutan ini bermuara pada pembentukan sikap kesantunan berbahasa. Buku ini menjabarkan usaha minimal yang harus dilakukan siswa untuk mencapai kompetensi yang diharapkan. Sesuai dengan pendekatan yang digunakan dalam Kurikulum , siswa diajak untuk berani mencari sumber belajar lain yang tersedia dan terbentang luas di sekitarnya.
Peran guru dalam meningkatkan dan menyesuaikan daya serap siswa dengan ketersediaan kegiatan pada buku ini sangat penting. Guru dapat memperkayanya dengan kreasi dalam berbagai bentuk kegiatan lain yang sesuai dan relevan yang bersumber dari lingkungan sosial dan alam. Sebagai edisi pertama, buku ini sangat terbuka terhadap masukan dan akan terus diperbaiki untuk penyempurnaan.
Oleh karena itu, kami mengundang para pembaca untuk memberikan kritik, saran dan masukan guna perbaikan dan penyempurnaan edisi berikutnya. Atas kontribusi tersebut, kami mengucapkan terima kasih. Mudahmudahan kita dapat memberikan yang terbaik bagi kemajuan dunia pendidikandalam rangka mempersiapkan generasi seratus tahun Indonesia Merdeka Jakarta, Januari Menteri Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan.
Lets start our wall magazine! What should I do that for? Be healthy, be happy. This is how you do it. Chapter VII. What will be will be.
We have been to an orphan home. We went there last Sunday. You get what you earn! Chapter XII. What is it? Come and visit us! You can always come back home. Do your little bit of good where you are; its those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world. I will learn: Play the roles of the speakers in the pictures. Say the speakers sentences correctly and clearly. First, repeat after me. The winner of the story-telling competition in this class is Lina.
Congratulations Lina! Congratulations Lina. Lina, because you are the winner of the story-telling competition in this class, you will represent this class for the story-telling competition of our school next month.
Prepare your best for the competition, will you? I hope you will win the first prize, too. Good luck. I hope so too, Mam. Yes, Ill do my best. Lina, you are a very good story teller. Im sure you will win the schools story-telling competition. Congratulations for being the champion of the class, Lina! I hope you will be the winner of the schools competition too. Thank you Edo. Lina, Im happy for you. I hope you will win the first prize in the schools competition.
Its your dream to go to the schools story telling competition, isnt it? Yes, its my dream. And I have practiced everyday for the last two months with my dad. I will ask you what the students and the teacher say to congratulate Lina and to express their hopes for Linas success. You will answer my questions orally, too. Listen carefully. First, repeat the examples after me.
Work in your group. You will read some other situations where Dayu, Siti, Lina, Edo, Beni, and Udin congratulate and express their hopes to each other. Think of what you would say if you were them. Handwrite your sentences on a piece of paper. Make sure you know the meaning of every word and spell it correctly. Use a dictionary. If you have any problems, come to me. First, copy the examples. Then, play the roles of the speakers. Say the speakers sentences loudly, clearly, and correctly. Use the punctuation marks correctly, too.
Situation 1: Lina has just got the result of her Math test. She is waiting for the result of her English test. Dayu congratulates her for the result of the Math test and hope that she will get an A for the English test, too.
The conversation: Thank God, I got an A for my Math test. But, Im not sure of the result of my English test. Congratulations for the result of your Math test. I hope you will get an A for the English test too.
Situation 2: Dayu is going to participate in the bike race to celebrate the Independence Day. Siti shows her hope that Dayu will get a prize.
Siti, wish me luck. I will take part in the bike race to celebrate the Independence Day. Situation 3: Edos father has given him permission to walk to the mountain. Beni is happy for him and expresses his hope that he will have a save trip. Thank God. Finally my father lets me go to the mountain walk. Situation 4: Lina tells Udin that she will get a scholarship from the government to finish her SMP.
Udin congratulates her and wish her for the best with her study. Udin, I will get a scholarship from the government to finish my SMP. Situation 5: I will lead you to reflect on what you are learning now.
Complete the statements in the box. Discuss it in your group and with me. There are other situations when you need to add a praise when you congratulate others for their success or achievement. Play the roles of the speakers in the picture. Happy birthday, Udin. You are a big boy now. Im proud of you. Thank you Dad. Im proud of you, too. You run like a panther. Im sure you will win the race. I hope so. Many people have come to our table.
They like my cookies. They are sold out. Your cookies are very popular, now. Udin, I got a scholarship. Congratulations, Siti. You deserve it. Your mom and dad must be proud of you.
Yes, thanks. It will help my parents a lot. Work in group. Decide what the first speaker would likely say in each situation. Hand-write your work on a piece of paper. Siti has just made a very beautiful handycraft from pandan leaf. Beni praises her craft and hope that she will win the national competition. Thats a very beautiful handycraft. Im sure you will win the national competition.
Thank you. I hope so too. Lina has just finished drawing a picture of Mrs. Ani, her English teacher. She will present it to her on her birthday. Siti praises the picture and shes sure that Mrs. Ani will like it.
Udin has just finished making fried tofu for his friends. Dayu says that it looks nice and shes sure that everybody will like it. Beni has just finished mopping the floor of the health unit. Dani praises him. He also thanks him for that.
You are welcome. Siti has just finished practicing singing. She will sing in the celebration of the Kartini Day. Dayu praises her that she sings like a real singer, and she will get a big applause for that. In your journal, write your reflection on your learning process in this chapter. The smallest deed is greater than the grandest intention. I will learn to use the right words and expressions - to state rules - to give suggestions to do and not to do something - to invite someone to do and not to do something - to say to agree or disagree with rules, suggestions, and invitations - to keep good interpersonal relationship.
They are thinking of setting up a wall magazine. Listen to what they say carefully. Say again what the students say to give suggestions and to show their agreement and disagreement with suggestions. They are talking about setting up a wall magazine. I think we should start our wall magazine now. I dont think we can start now. We should plan it carefully. We should go to people who know how to make a wall magazine.
I agree with Dayu. We should think before we leap. I think we need a lot of money to make a wall magazine. I dont think so. We can use used paper. We can also use used wood for the frame. Yes we can, so we do not need a lot of money to make a wall magazine.
What we need is hard work. What should our wall magazine contain? Can we put any writing we have made there? We should not just put anything there. The texts should be good and interesting. And, there should not be many mistakes there. I think only good texts, with few or no mistakes, can be published. But how do we know that a text is good enough to publish?
I think our English teachers can help check our English. Do you think Mrs. Tini is willing to be the editor of our wall magazine. It seems that none of us knows how to make a wall magazine. What if we go to Mrs. Tini and ask her for advice.
I think she has a lot of good ideas. I think so too. Lets go to her now. I dont think we can see her now. She is in the staff meeting. We will know what kinds of texts are published there.
I agree with Beni. We will also look at the layout and the decoration. Do you remember the color of the background. Sorry, I dont. What if we just ask for their permission to take a picture of the magazine? I think the best thing to do is to meet the team who manages the magazine. I agree with Siti. We can ask them a lot of questions. I think they will be happy to help us start our wall magazine. Thats a very good idea.
We need their help to plan our wall magazine. Use the following table to write the students suggestions, and their agreement and disagreement with the suggestions.
Some examples have been done for you. While you are writing, say the words loudly, clearly, and correctly. Hand-write your preparation on a piece of paper. Two situations have been done for you. Dayu, Udin and Lina are in front of the classroom, reminding each other that they should do the chores before they go to school.
My mom makes me do the housework before I go to school. Your written preparation: I think you should. Your mom is right. You are a teenager now. I agree with you, Dayu. Our home is our home.
If we live there, we should take care of it ourselves,. Beni, Edo, and Udin are sitting in the library during the break. The furniture is dusty. The books and the newspapers on the big table are messy.
Dont you think that our library looks dirty and messy? Lets do something to make it more tidy. Why not? What if you dust the furniture, I tidy up the table, and Udin sweep the floor?
I agree with you. But lets ask Ibu Tuti, our librarian, for permission first. Dayu, Siti, Edo are sitting under a tree eating their lunch they have brought from home. I bring my lunch from home every day.
I think everybody should bring lunch to school. This saves a lot of money. Dayus mother was angry with her because she came home late yesterday. My mom was a bit angry with me because I got home too late yesterday, at three p.
I went to the book shop, but I did not tell her. Siti, Udin, Lina are planning to walk to the hill next Sunday morning. What if we walk to the hill for exercise next Sunday morning. We should have enough exercise to be healthy. Situation 6: Edo, Dayu, and Lina are planning to visit their teacher, Mr. Sidin, who has been in hospital for two days. Mr Sidin is sick and has been in hospital for two days.
Why dont we go and see him this afternoon. Hand-write your answers. Then present them to the class orally. You have learned to give suggestions, or seharusnya in Bahasa Indonesia, with the modal verb should and some other expressions. Now you will learn to state a strong necessity, or harus, such as in rules. Dayu, Siti, Edo, and Udin are telling us some rules of their school. They are telling us what the students must do and must not do during the school hours.
Lets read and say their sentences together, loudly, clearly, and correctly. We must wear a uniform everyday. From Monday to Thursday we must wear the batik shirt. The girls must wear a black skirt, and the boys must wear a pair of black pants. On Friday we must wear the Scout uniform.
We must wear proper shoes. We must not wear sandals, a T-shirt, or a casual wear at any place and at any time during the school hours. We must not be late to school. We must come on time to class and to the flag ceremony. If we are late, we must wait outside the gate. We must not come in until the security guard gives us permission.
We must sign a paper before we come to class. If we cannot come on time for any reason, we must hand in a notice from our parents to the principal. We can learn well if the classroom is clean and tidy.
So, cl we must keep our classroom clean and tidy. We must not cl litter. We must not write or draw anything on the desks and on the walls. We must sweep the floor and dust the teachers desk and the shelf everyday. We can learn if the class is not noisy. My friends and I know no very well that we must not ve be noisy. We must respect ou our friends who are working seriously. We must not chat and talk very loudly in class. We must keep our voice low. We must not play around. We must work at our desks most of the time.
Identify the rules stated by the four students. Hand-write your sentences on a piece of paper. Underline every verb which shows you what the students must or must not do. As examples, Sitis sentences have been rewritten here for you.
First, copy them. We know from Siti the following rules in the school. The students must wear a uniform everyday. From Monday to Thursday they must wear the batik shirt.
The boys must wear a pair of black pants. On Friday they must wear the Scout uniform. They must wear proper shoes. They must not wear sandals, a T-shirt, or a casual wear at any place and at any time during the school hours.
When you read or hear a suggestion or a rule, you may agree or disagree with it. Lets study the two conversations below.
First, play the roles of the speakers. I dont feel well. Im catching a cold. You should go to the doctor. I dont think thats a good idea. What you need is just take a good rest and drink a lot of fresh water. I agree with Udin. You look very pale. You need to take medicine soon. I dont agree with you Siti. You must not take too much medicine. You just need a good rest, much fresh water and fruit. Eat only healthy food.
I think the best way to do is go home, Lina. Your mom and dad know better what you should do. There is a rule for girls in a certain culture in South America.
Girls must have long hair. They must not cut their hair short above the shoulders. I agree with the rule. Short hair is for boys. I dont agree with the rule. People are free to choose what they like. Hair is a personal matter. I think so. I dont like long hair, but my sister likes long hair very much.
But you may look more beautiful with long hair. I think girls look better with long hair. Boys look better with short hair. Lets take it this way. The rule may not be suitable in our culture. But it may be necessary in their culture.
Discuss the following suggestions and rules. Everyone is free to agree or disagree with a statement, but give your reasons and arguments for your position. For each statement, write down who in your group agree or disagree with it, with appropriate arguments.
Then, put it on the wall so that the others in your class can see your points. Discuss your points with them. Children must not watch TV before they go to school. Children should use handphones to school for their safety. Students must download food and drinks in the school canteen. Students should take the English tutoring class after school. Boys should not play with a doll, and girls should not play with a toy car.
In order to be big, you have to think big. If you think small, youre going to be small. I will learn - to tell or ask others to do and not to do something - to state the purpose or intention to do it. Edo and Siti have been late to school a number of times lately for different reasons.
Dayu, Beni, Siti, and Udin tell them what to do and what not to do so that they will not be late again. I will dictate the conversation to you, turn by turn. Repeat after me, then hand-write the conversation on a piece of paper. Underline the actions in progress now, at the time of speaking. While you are writing each sentence, say the sentences loudly, correctly and clearly. Dayu is having diarrhea today, and she is too weak to go to school, so she is staying at home.
Play the roles of the speakers, one part at a time.