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Unit 10

Unit 10

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Unit 10It’s 7.8 feet tall.
Gambar beberapa binatang yang umum dijumpai di kebun binatang.Mis.: tiger, lion, crocodile, giraffe, dll.In this unit, you are learning how to give and ask for facts, either in oral orin written interaction. To reach this goal, you also learn to understand andmake a fact sheet about a wild animal.
Standard of Competence:
-understanding meaning in spoken and written interaction-being able to express meaning in spoken and written interaction
Basic Competence:
understanding vocabularies and expressions for exchanging facts.
Course objective:
After learning this unit the students are able:
-to understand a simple talk about facts of certain animals
to orally give and ask for facts of certain animals.
to understand a text about facts of certain animals.-to write a short passage about facts of certain animals.
Concept Map
Spoken Interaction-to understand a simple talk about factsof certain animals-to orally give and ask for facts of certain animals.Written Interaction-to understand a text about facts ocertain animals.-to write a short passage about facts of certain animals.
Warming Up
Activity 1
Discuss the questions below with your friends.1.Have you ever been to the zoo?2.What animals can you at the zoo?3.What animals at the zoo do you like best? Tiger? Lion? Elephant? OrGiraffe?4.Do you know what they eat?5.Do you know where they live? What kind of habitat is that?
Activity 2
Have a look at the following grid. Discuss with your friends and fill in themissing information. Make your estimation for the size and weight of theanimal.
Listen & Talk 
Listening for Main Ideas
Activity 3
 Your teacher will read a short passage about an animal. While listening,find the answers to the following questions1.What animal is your teacher talking about?2.Is that from Indonesia?3.What is the animal’s habitat?4.Is the animal big or small?
5.Is the animal light or heavy?
Listening for Details
Activity 4
Listen to your teacher once again. Now, fill in the grids below with thecorrect information.1.Name of Animal: _______________________2.Habitat: _______________________3.Food: _______________________4.Weight: _______________________5.Length: _______________________
Tape script:Okay. Good morning, students. I am now talking about one animal. That isSumatran tiger. Ya. The tiger from Sumatera. As shown from the name,they live in the forests in Sumatera. They eat wild pigs, deer, and someother small animals like rabbits and fish. Sumatran tigers are about 7.8feet in length. They usually weigh around 250 pounds.
With this size,Sumatran tigers are the smallest member of their family. Siberian tigerscan weigh up to 1,025 pounds.
Activity 5
 Your teacher is reading a dialog between a teacher and two students.While listening, fill in the blanks in the following summary.Elephants are the largest animals that live on land. They can grow up to _____ feet and _____ as much as a bus. Their habitats are the _____ in Africaor the _____ in Asia. They eat grass, _____, _____, and also bark of trees. They use their long trunk to breathe, _____, _____, and even to bathethemselves. They can keep _____ gallons of water in their trunk. Elephantssleep while standing up.
Activity 6
 Your teacher will read the dialog once again. After listening, say whetherthe following statements are true or false.1.Some elephants live in the forests in Sumatera.2.Male elephants can grow until thirty feet tall.3.Male elephants weigh the same as a bus.4.Elephants eat grass only.5.Elephants use their trunk to put food into their mouths.6.Elephants can keep thirteen gallons of water in their stomach.

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