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YEARLY PROGRAM

INSTITUTION : MADRASAH ALIYAH MUHAMMADIYAH PENYASAWAN
LEVEL : HIGH SCHOOL
SUBJECT : ENGLISH
GRADE : X
SEMESTER : 1st
ACADEMIC YEAR : 2008/2009


No BASE COMPETENCE TIME ALLOCATED
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RECOUNTS

Listening: Responding to the transactional and interpersonal dialogue in formal and informal occurrences accurately, fluently, and acceptable in meaningful context of daily life that involve utterances of telling greeting and leave-takings, telling past experiences, showing feelings (happiness, boredom, disappointment), asking if someone remembers or not.

Speaking: Expressing the transactional and interpersonal dialogue in formal and informal occurrences accurately, fluently, and acceptable in meaningful context of daily life that involve utterances of telling greeting and leave-takings, telling past experiences, showing feelings (happiness, boredom, disappointment), asking if someone remembers or not.

Reading: Responding the meaning and rhetorical competence of written text accurately, fluently, and acceptable in daily context to access science and technology (Personal Recount: A Biography, and Factual Recount: Newspaper) in the next type of Recount

Writing: Expressing the meaning and rhetorical competence of written text accurately, fluently, and acceptable in daily context to access science and technology (A factual and personal report, and a biographical or factual recount) in the next type of Recount.

Evaluation I

NARRATIVES

Listening: Responding to the transactional and interpersonal dialogue in formal and informal occurrences accurately, fluently, and acceptable in meaningful context of daily life that involve utterances of asking for and showing attention, asking for someone’s attention, inviting someone, expressing sympathy, arranging time and place to meet someone, telling a story (myths and tales).

Speaking: Expressing the transactional and interpersonal dialogue in formal and informal occurrences accurately, fluently, and acceptable in meaningful context of daily life that involve utterances of asking for and showing attention, asking for someone’s attention, inviting someone, expressing sympathy, arranging time and place to meet someone, telling a story (myths and tales).

Reading: Responding the meaning and rhetorical competence of written text accurately, fluently, and acceptable in daily context to access science and technology (stories: fairy tale, fables, and folk tale) in the text type of narrative.

Writing: Expressing the meaning and rhetorical competence of written text accurately, fluently, and acceptable in daily context to access science and technology (stories: fairy tale, fables, folk tales, myths, legends, and tall tales) in the text type of narrative.

Evaluation II


PROCEDURE

Listening: Responding to the transactional and interpersonal dialogue in formal and informal occurrences accurately, fluently, and acceptable in meaningful context of daily life that involve utterances of offering something, telling a recipe.

Speaking: Expressing the transactional and interpersonal dialogue in formal and informal occurrences accurately, fluently, and acceptable in meaningful context of daily life that involve utterances of offering something, telling a recipe.


Reading: Responding the meaning and rhetorical competence of written text accurately, fluently, and acceptable in daily context to access science and technology (Dealing with recipes: how to do things) in the text type of Procedure.

Writing: Expressing the meaning and rhetorical competence of written text accurately, fluently, and acceptable in daily context to access science and technology (A procedural text: How to do things and how to operate something) in the text type of Procedure.

Evaluation III





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YEARLY PROGRAM

INSTITUTION : MADRASAH ALIYAH MUHAMMADIYAH PENYASAWAN
LEVEL : HIGH SCHOOL
SUBJECT : ENGLISH
GRADE : X
PROGRAM : SCIENCE and SOCIAL
SEMESTER : 2nd
ACADEMIC YEAR : 2008/2009



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REPORT

Listening: Responding to the transactional and interpersonal dialogue in formal and informal occurrences accurately, fluently, and acceptable in meaningful context of daily life that involve utterances of showing feeling, expressing warning, expressing advising and expressing permission.

Speaking: Expressing the transactional and interpersonal dialogue in formal and informal occurrences accurately, fluently, and acceptable in meaningful context of daily life that involve utterances of showing feeling, expressing warning, expressing advising and expressing permission.

Reading: Responding the meaning and rhetorical competence of written text accurately, fluently, and acceptable in daily context to access science and technology (Comprehending following information and responding to the meaning of the text) in the next type of Report.

Writing: Expressing the meaning and rhetorical competence of written text accurately, fluently, and acceptable in daily context to access science and technology (Write a report, making a chart about a certain plant) in the next type of Report.


Evaluation I

SPOOF

Listening: Responding to the transactional and interpersonal dialogue in formal and informal occurrences accurately, fluently, and acceptable in meaningful context of daily life that involve utterances of showing feeling embarrassment and anger, telling funny experience, and retelling funny stories.

Speaking: Expressing the transactional and interpersonal dialogue in formal and informal occurrences accurately, fluently, and acceptable in meaningful context of daily life that involve utterances of showing feeling embarrassment and anger, telling funny experience, and retelling funny stories.

Reading: Responding the meaning and rhetorical competence of written text accurately, fluently, and acceptable in daily context to access science and technology (Finding out something funny from the text) in the next type of Spoof.

Writing: Expressing the meaning and rhetorical competence of written text accurately, fluently, and acceptable in daily context to access science and technology (Write a funny experience) in the next type of Spoof.


Evaluation II


News Item

Listening: Responding to the transactional and interpersonal dialogue in formal and informal occurrences accurately, fluently, and acceptable in meaningful context of daily life that involve utterances of showing expressing being surprised in an interview.

Speaking: Expressing the transactional and interpersonal dialogue in formal and informal occurrences accurately, fluently, and acceptable in meaningful context of daily life that involve utterances of showing expressing being surprised in an interview.

Reading: Responding the meaning and rhetorical competence of written text accurately, fluently, and acceptable in daily context to access science and technology (Comprehending a news item, headline news) in the next type of News Item.

Writing: Expressing the meaning and rhetorical competence of written text accurately, fluently, and acceptable in daily context to access science and technology (Writing a news item: write headlines and write news) in the next type of News Item.

Evaluation II



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Known by Pekanbaru, May 11th 2009
The Principle The Teacher


Drs. H. Muliardi, M.Pd Yance Murviana, S.Pd.I
NIP. 150 282 692 NIP.








EFFECTIVE HOURS IN 2008-2009
A. 1 THE TOTAL WEEKS IN THE FIFTH SEMESTER (1st)
NO MONTHS TOTAL
1 JULY 3 WEEKS
2 AUGUST 4 WEEKS
3 SEPTEMBER 2 WEEKS
4 OCTOBER 4 WEEKS
5 NOVEMBER 4 WEEKS
6 DECEMBER 2 WEEKS
TOTAL 18 WEEKS

A. 2 THE TOTAL WEEKS IN THE SIXTH SEMESTER (2nd)
NO MONTHS TOTAL
1 JANUARY 4 WEEKS
2 FEBRUARY 4 WEEKS
3 MARCH 5 WEEKS
4 APRIL 4 WEEKS
5 MAY 4 WEEKS
6 JUNE 2 WEEKS
TOTAL 24 WEEKS

NOTES
1. INEFEKTIVE WEEKS IN THE FIRST SEMESTER (1st) IS 8 WEEKS
2. INEFEKTIVE WEEKS IN THE SECOND SEMESTER (2nd) IS 5 WEEKS
Known by Pekanbaru, May 11th 2009
The Principal The Teacher


Drs. H. Muliardi, M.Pd Yance Murviana, S.Pd.I
NIP. 150 282 692 NIP.

















TEACHING DESIGN
Subject : English
Semester/year : 1/1st
Grade : High School
Time allocated : 4 x 45 Minutes

I. Base Competence : Writing: Expressing the meaning and rhetorical competence of written text accurately, fluently, and acceptable in daily context to access science and technology in the next type of Procedure.

II. Indicators :
1. Applying the generic structure of procedure text in written form
2. Applying language features of procedure text
3. Composing a simple text of procedure

III. Aims :
1. Students are able to apply the generic structure of procedure text
2. Students are able to apply language features of procedure text
3. Students are able to compose a simple text of procedure

IV. Materials : Procedure texts: electronic manual, recipe, using ATM Card, etc.

V. Strategies : Brainstorming, discussion, question-response

VI. Steps :
BKOF : 1. Teacher greets students and takes attendance list
2. Teacher builds the students’ spirit
3. Teacher gives students motivation
4. Teacher gives students guidance
5. Teacher gives instruction of running the class

Modeling : 1. Teacher gives a handout
2. Students read the text

Joint Construction: 1. Students discuss the generic structure of the text in pairs
2. Students discuss the language features of the text
3. Students and teacher joint the result of the discussion

Independent Construction: 1. Students write their procedure
VII. Evaluation: 1. Students’ performance of writing following generic structure and language structure of procedure text.
Known by Pekanbaru, May 11th 2009
The Principal The Teacher


Drs. H. Muliardi, M.Pd Yance Murviana, S.Pd.I
NIP. 150 282 692 NIP.


































PERANGKAT PEMBELAJARAN BAHASA INGGRIS
TAHUN PELAJARAN 2008-2009









This task is given in Subject
“Micro Teaching”
Monday, April 11th 2009

Arranged By:
Ari Satria

ENGLISH EDUCATION DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND TEACHER’S TRAINING FACULTY OF STATE ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY OF
SULTHAN SYARIF QASIM RIAU
1430 H / 2009 M

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