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LIA HENDRAWATI NIM: S891102022
ENGLISH EDUCATION DEPARTMENT GRADUATE SCHOOL SEBELAS MARET UNIVERSITY SURAKARTA 2011
Topic Subject Grade Semester Keywords I.
: Family life : English : VII :1 : teaching foreign culture, culture based activities
Objectives The students are able to develop both linguistic and intercultural competence
Goal a. Linguistic competence The students are able to ask for information The students are able to give information The students are able to respond request for information The students are able to find actual information
b. Intercultural competence The students are able to look for similarities and differences of the target culture in comparison to the students own culture Students are able to engage in exploring culture through processes of noticing, reflection, and language production III. Material a. Cultural text b. Games c. Video
g.IV. Teacher asks the students to compare the culture of the target language to their own culture The teacher guide the students in working by giving the example of the difference of mother’s day celebration in US and in Indonesia e. Main Activities 1. Classroom Activities 1. Greeting and related to the previous meeting Explanation 2. Teacher divide the students into group (the number of group based on the game choose by the students Games (Dumb Charades. they can choose ‘dumb charade’ or . mother in law) If the teacher and the students have not prepare the game stuffs. How Well Do You Know Your Mom. Students read the topic individually Pictures Giving information Reported Text (American Mother’s Day). Games. they sing a song and play a game (there is song for 3. Introduction 1. Songs. in America. Pictures Finding actual information 2. Teacher build the student schemata related to the reading topic by showing picture and giving some questions B. No. Closing Activities 1. Reading Skill Classroom Activities Media Material (dialogue text) A. Teacher asks the students to read their work C.
Musical chair) ‘musical chair’ 2.PhotoMatching Competition. Home work: Teacher asks the students to bring the material about Father’s day Homework Material in the form of text .
Where do you usually celebrate it? . How do you celebrate it? 4. Prepare to read Look at the pictures below and answer the questions. Do you always celebrate it? 3. Is there any mother day in your culture? 2.Reading Material A. 1.
At one of the first services organized to celebrate Anna's mother in 1908. also named Anna. Five years later." Anna began to lobby prominent businessmen like John Wannamaker. Mother's Day has flourished in the United States. the second Sunday of May has become the most popular day of the year to dine out. In 1914 Anna's hard work paid off when Woodrow Wilson signed a bill recognizing Mother’s Day as a national holiday. and politicians including Presidents Taft and Roosevelt to support her campaign to create a special day to honor mothers." Fifteen years later. organized a day to raise awareness of poor health conditions in her community. pacifist. and telephone lines record their highest traffic. In 1923 she filed a lawsuit to stop a Mother's Day festival. a cause she believed would be best advocated by mothers. Anna handed out her mother's favorite flower. sometime. In fact. began a campaign to memorialize the life work of her mother. Before her death in 1948. a Boston poet. and author of the lyrics to the "Battle Hymn of the Republic. Jarvis is said to have confessed that she regretted ever starting the mother's day tradition. since she believed they bore the loss of human life more harshly than anyone else. people observed Mother's Day by attending church. Despite Jarvis's misgivings. when Anna Jarvis. and was even arrested for disturbing the peace at a convention selling carnations for a war mother's group. There are many days for men. With the increasing giftgiving activity associated with Mother's Day. but none for mothers. suffragist.Mother’s Day in the United State In the United States. She called it "Mother's Work Day. by sending cards. She believed that the day's sentiment was being sacrificed at the expense of greed and profit. will found a memorial mother's day. as sons and daughters everywhere take advantage of this day to honor and to express appreciation of their mothers. presents. an Appalachian homemaker. and flowers. Mother's Day started nearly 150 years ago. Anna Jarvis became enraged. the House of Representatives adopted a resolution calling for officials of the federal government to wear white carnations on Mother's Day. "I hope and pray that someone. Legend has it that young Anna remembered a Sunday school lesson that her mother gave in which she said." organized a day encouraging mothers to rally for peace. At first. her daughter. and eventually. Julia Ward Howe. at her church in West Virginia. . In 1905 when Anna Jarvis died. the white carnation. writing letters to their mothers.
Usually some families celebrate Mother’s day at home. or bought in stores. If their mothers are deceased. they may bring white carnation to their mother’s grave sites. Gaynor Let’s go out and pick some flowers And make a big bouquet.Now. Adults give their mothers red carnations. on Mother’s Day morning. Other children will give their mother gifts which they have made themselves. They sing some Mother’s Day song and play game together. some American children follow the tradition of serving their mother in bed. the officials Mother’s Day flower. We must bring a special gift To Mom on mother’s day! Here’s a rose and there’s daisy For our Mom’s bouquet Pretty flower to show we love her More and more each day! . American Mother’s Day song Mother’s Day Lyrics : Terry Kluytsman Music : Jessy L.
My mother-in-law’s love is like sunlight. . a hug and a kiss For all the joys you’ve sent my way I wish you a happy Mother’s Day! Star Mother-In-Law By Joanna Fuchs Some mother-in-laws are possessive. Their child they still want to own. so delightful My marriage brought a huge dividend Wonderful you. She’s better than the rest. who became my friend So on this day made for mothers’ bliss I send my thanks. They think that they know best. I’m ever so thankful To find a soul sister so warm. Some mother-in-laws interfere. and other good stuff. On both of us it shone. Affection. Some mother-in-laws put you down. My mother-in-law lets us be.Mother Day’s song for Mother-in-Law With Love to My Mother-in-Law by Janet Lane A visit by phone to share the news An e-mail you send to inform and amuse A leisurely visit with coffee or tea A richly amusing shopping spree We share so much. My mother-in-law shows approval. They think you’re not good enough.
the children have to match the moms to their baby photos. . At the end of the game. The mothers are asked to leave the room while the children are asked to stay. Check out for how to play. Photo-Matching Competition This is a mother’s day party game for a large gathering of people. The winner of the party is the one who has the maximum number of correct matches. Check out: The people in the party are split off with their family members. to the party. To play this game the total number of people is divided into two teams. the team with the most correct answers is the winner. moments. If the team guesses the film or song right with a stipulated time it wins a point. Now this player has to explain the name of the film or song to his team members. Now the mothers are asked to come back to the room and are asked the same set of questions. Now the moms have to match correctly the children to their baby photos. and embarrassments. This is how dumb charades is played. Only actions are allowed. The team with the maximum number of points wins the game. The game continues till all the members of the team enact at least once. Dumb charades is ideal for a big group of people. Same set of five questions are asked to each child or family about their mothers. Next it’s the chance of the other team to follow. secrets. Each team has equal number of players. A player from each team is called and given the name of a film or a song. No word has to be uttered. Each team wins a point if the moms answer matches the child’s answers. This game becomes interesting when you have several ‘mother & children ‘pairings or groups. How Well Do You Know Your Mom? This is a fun game for mother’s day party. Vice versa.Games for Mothers Day Party in America Dumb Charades It is an interesting game. The questions asked range from favorite color. which is challenging for the children but fun. Each family has to get a baby photo of a mom and a baby photo of the number of children in the family. food. Each correct match earns a point.
The one who sits in the last lap is the winner of the game. The one who is unable to grab a seat is out of the game. It is played in the following way. . When the music stops. the each of the players has to seize a seat for them and sit on it. only a single chair is left with two players. the chairs are arranged in a circular fashion. As the music starts. played by a number of people. Finally. The total number of chairs is one less than the total number of people. In a hall or open place. Now one more chair is removed and the game continues in the similar fashion.Musical Chair It is a fun and musical party game. the players have to move around the chairs. Before the game starts all the players are asked to stand around the chair.
3. Writing Skill No. Closing Activities Role play for Father’s Day dinner Homework activities: 1. Teacher checks the students homework D. Teacher asks some of the students to read their homework and explain in front of the class 2.2. The other students listen to their colleagues’ explanation and write information they don’t have. and two children Next meeting activity there will be Father’s Day simulation/ role play . Main Activities 1. Student are asked to write their opinion about the Father’s Day culture and the positive side of the Father’s Day celebration Reported Text (American Father’s Day). Teacher asks the students to make a group of four 2. Classroom Activities Media Material (dialogue text) Explanation A. The students choose their role/ character as in a member of family Character will be for mother. father. Greeting and related to the previous meeting 2. Finding actual information Giving information E. Introduction 1.
Many people send or give cards or gifts to their fathers. pizza. electronic gadgets. step-fathers. who were killed in a mining accident in Monongah. coconut prawns) Father’s Day Father's Day in the United States is on the third Sunday of June. roasted potatoes. Role play will be held in next meeting Gift for father. fathers-in-law. This can be made better by accompanying with his favorite breakfast. Father's Day is an occasion to mark and celebrate the contribution that our own father has made to our life. many schools and Sunday schools help their pupils to prepare a handmade card or small gift for their fathers. Its origins may lie in a memorial service held for a large group of men. In the days and weeks before Father's Day. many of them fathers. Teacher asks the students to prepare some role play properties. barbeque. lunch or dinner. After such a beautiful start of the day. meat pies. These can range from a simple phone call or greetings card to large parties honoring all of the 'father' figures in a particular extended family. . salads. West Virginia in 1907. grandfathers and great-grandfathers and even other male relatives. children usually spend a full day with dad by going out for a picnic or for a treat in a restaurant. Father figures can include fathers. 4. and drink choice of food (omelets. burger.3. It celebrates the contribution that fathers and father figures make for their children's lives. Father's Day is a relatively modern holiday so different families have a range of traditions. Common Father's Day gifts include sports items or clothing. outdoor cooking supplies and tools for household maintenance. cocktail. Some people also like to throw a great party on Father's Day and invite friends and relatives on this auspicious day. food.
Teacher asks the students to discuss a phenomena about children family/ children in law in Indonesia which are still live together with their parent Respond to a request for information picture Finding actual information C. Teacher gives explanation about nuclear family to draw the students understanding about the family in the US 3. Classroom Activities Media Material (dialogue text) Explanation A. Speaking Skill No. Greeting and related to the previous meeting 2. Teachers asks the students to draw ‘word map’ associated with family in Indonesia Word map Teacher give explanation by writing the word ‘father’ B. Main Activities 1. Introduction 1. Teacher explain about extended family 4.3. Closing Activities . Teacher shows the picture of nuclear family in the US 2.
. An extended family group is consisted of non-nuclear (or "non-immediate") family members living together with nuclear (or "immediate") family members. Nuclear families can have any number of children.1. Students give their opinion in front of the class Explanation: A nuclear family is a family group consisting of a father and mother and their children. who share living quarters.
Picture of Nuclear Family .
Picture of Extended Family .
Teacher asks the students to discuss the different of American (western)younger life with Indonesian younger life D. live in his own home and has a job) Movie (SpongeBob square pant) Finding actual information SpongeBob is an American animated character. Classroom Activities Media Material (dialogue text) Explanation A. Students watch the film (American boy about twenty who earn his life independently.3. Greeting and related to the previous meeting 2. Introduction 1. Teacher gives explanation about the culture of leaving parents home after high school (18 years of age as a legal age to live independently) 3. Closing Activities 1. Teacher asks the students to discuss the cultural value they can find from the movie 2. Teacher invites native . Listening Skill No. Main Activities 1. He is around 22 year of age B.
kids in their parents’ pockets. What’s the convention where you live? At what age do you think it’s appropriate for kids to move out and get on with their life without a parental subsidy? 40 Responses to “At what age should you leave home?” Feed for this Entry Trackback Address 1. without a job. the US. Journalist Carola Long doesn’t think it’s all bad. On the heels of that story. Students can ask the native speaker through blog forum if they can’t invite him directly in the classroom At what age should you leave home? By worldhaveyoursay 40 Comments Categories: First thing In Italy they call them bamboccioni – big babies. So who are they? Adult children that are still living at home in their twenties and sometimes thirties. But it’s not just a European problem. they’re called KIPPERS. she defends living at home well in your twenties. patti in cape coral . Canada and India are also complaining about their chicks that refuse to fly the coop. In the UK. The students interview the native speaker 3. Italian Innovation Minister Renato Brunetta proposed a law to make it mandatory that kids leave home at 18.speaker to get information about younger life in western country 2. Last week a judge ruled that a 60-year-old Italian father still had to pay an allowance for his 32-yearold daughter who is still living at home.
Idris Dangalan January 25. She has a three bedroom house. looking for work ( 6 hours a day until you find a job). where you leave home around 18-22. My dad want me to studies there in order to have good educational background and having good mind not corrupt like many other. My rule is that you have to be working. Reply 3. Even though I was born in the US. Although there are extenuating circumstances in which this might be desirable. . be that in Western Europe or in the US. It really depends on culture and economy. He thinks it fosters more independence and a stronger work ethic. 2010 at 21:06 Am 31 now but I pushed to leave home I was under 18. Lastly i advicing both parent and kid. one bathroom. Bert January 25. Reply 2.January 25. or going to school. and women learn to take care of themselves rather than wait until they are married. 2010 at 21:41 I find it a little pathetic when grown up kids are still living at home. there is a family living in each bedroom. all with wives and children. for studies in UK but my Mother putting pressure on my dad. but he really likes the US style a lot better. She has three sons. For example. I’m comfortable with my children living with me for an extended time. live together much longer than families in the US. when the “child” or the parents are in need of constant care. In most hispanic cultures. families. which is irrelevant. 2010 at 20:43 I went to visit my husband’s stepmother in Colombia. I didn’t ask where stepmom slept.not to sponsor my studies because of what she believe is wrong and am under age to leave home. Basically. The problem am facing I read medical Biochemistry but working as inspector in national youth service corps. My husband grew up in Colombia. and even extended families. but I did see hammocks hanging in the backyard.
You can live at home until 21 but you must pay housekeeping. running your own timetable and not treating the place like a 5 star hotel. I personally left home at 16 on my Birthday. Reply 4. However we should not forget the crux of this matter and that is you won’t open many doors to your future by living at home with mummy and daddy – because that’s not cool. . In Manchester it largely depends on a number of differing elements including. (If indeed there were 2. That is not to say that from the point of ones mess i. but encourage them to leave early at around the age of 18.However. and therefore hold a part time position to pay that housekeeping at least 250 Euro a month. Placement and Level of parental income. poorer bracket of Parents. Most young adults should start feeling rather confined if they are still at home in their 20s. including washing up your clothes and dishes yourself. if the university is in their home town. one would think. Marc Babbitt January 25. the typical “flying the coop” occurs when the child starts attending university. 60% of parents are single in Europe) will tend to have their kids close by. 2010 at 23:51 I believe the age I would choose is 21. but something intangible had definitely changed. I think that in the West. Class. sure enough. It was nice and familiar. or starts his/her first job after secondary education. I would by no means condone government action to prevent such living arrangements. Some kids hang on at home. Those on lower level incomes that fit in lower class. But in my opinion. and on a fare to middling income) usually have a child in college and waiting to go to University when it would be expected of the young adults to move on campus. And I definitely noticed the same effect on me.e cleaning concerns. I started noticing when our daughter approached the start of her university career that living at home was becoming an impediment to her continued growth. Manchester-North West England. in Radcliffe. when I was attending university and went back home during the summer breaks. they would be missing out on some important growing up years by staying home. Those in the Upper Class or Middle Class brackets tend to be parents – (the other 25% that have managed to stay together.
2010 at 03:41 This question does not arise in most Asian nations where extended family culture continues to be the norm. but each to their own – except now it seems some governments think that you cannot make your own choices. I left home at 18. IF you get a job. Basically. If parents want kids to stay at home. you can survive. moving out to stay with boyfriend/girlfriend). you ‘ll never get a decent salary before you’re at least 30. I have a few friends in their 40s and even 50s who still live at home with their parents – it seems very strange to me. and especially among women. But we definitely don’t need the Government telling us how to run our lives. Josiah Soap January 26. Reply 6. thats up to them to decide.Reply 5. I mention the following: it takes ages to graduate from uni (noone kicks you out). there are practical reasons. Each individual should be allowed to decide when to leave home. Besides culture. Tan Boon Tee January 26. Reply 20 anna January 26. but it is very . cause unemployment soars in the 18-30 group. Individualism and nucleus family only apply more to the westerners.g. 2010 at 03:47 I think kids should leave home after they leave school/university and get a job to support themselves. House sharing is very very uncommon when not a student except in the pre-marriage state (e. 2010 at 11:25 In Greece it is also very common to live at home till you’re 30 and more. and expenses are too high to survive on 700 euros a month when bills+food+rent is over that.
offer to pay allowance until something better comes up. big. mummy cooks and cleans and washes etc. People turn down jobs because their parents think it is not a “good enough” job for their kids. the damage is done. In the meantime. In the meantime they pay the price for being involved. by 18-20 it might be too late to reverse any habits. A lot of people choose to stay in order to save some money now so later they can buy a house or a car. but I require him to work work and do his chores because I won’t always be here to do it for him.hard to save any money during the 18-30 period of your life unless you live with mum and dad. 26 patti in cape coral January 26. 2010 at 18:16 . only to protect the family’s public image. and allow your children to do nothing. Also greek parents approve or disapprove the chosen means of survival of their kids. or pay for the furniture of the new house after getting married. Reply 28 Tracy in Portland January 26. Believe me. but still. You always have to keep in mind that you will not be here forever and it’s a great. Greek mothers consider their kids to be kids even if they’re 50 (the kids). isnt’t it? Greek mothers spoil their kids also. the mother/father would probably tell him/her not to do it. If someone wanted to work at mcdonalds cleaning floors only to pay for rent to move out. He wouldn’t want people to say that his daughter or son is forced to scrub floors at mcdonalds because he (the father) cannot support his family… Eventually this dies out after you hit 30. ask to wait a few years before moving out. I was one of those spoiled kids. bad world out there. My son is mentally disabled. my mother did everything for us. even though. it was a rude awakening. 2010 at 14:38 A note to parents out there who allow their grown children to live with them: If you pay for everything and do all the chores. you are not being a good parent and you are doing your child a great disservice. When I got out into the real world. you don’t want your kids to go through that. Not a bad deal.
The girls went to their new husbands house. I don’t think she minded her stay at home kids. I held a full time job and helped on the farm. Reply 7. 32 GTR5 January 26. Besides when the power gets shut off and no food is delivered to the couch they will get the hint. Especially since when they moved she had a home bought and paid for to show for it. Grow up young man! I don’t know about girls. I don’t live with them anymore but I still help with the farm. Babies were born at home and elders died at home. It makes no sense or does the child any good to be allowed to stay at home after age 18. go to university or college. I don’t have any daughters. and prepare them to go out into the world. and pardon the harshness. 2. that pathetic move out. . Or the new home owner. go into the Army. 2010 at 21:46 I firmly believe that are age 18 a young man should either : 1. find a job or 3. There was a continuity and a family support system that was very admirable in some ways. A friend of mine stayed with his mom until his mid to late twenties. Leave the kid behind and let the ladlord kick them out. 2010 at 22:02 When most people were farmers the families pretty much stayed together and just added on to the house when new kids were born or a boy brought home a new bride. And just why can’t they kick the deadbeats out? If they are. Him and his brother lived with her so they could buy a home. Who fostered this massive dependance? If they where given no expectations other than to eat and take up space what do their parents expect? Parents are suppose to raise their children. Reply 38 Tom D Ford January 27. Staying with your parents as an adult doesn’t have to be a negative thing. Guess our parents just gave us different values.I find it interesting the focus is on the bad adult children. I lived with my parents until my late twenties.
In the current recession i don’t think that either the parents or the kids are at fault.During and after the Industrial Revolution people started moving away from home to where the jobs were. and all the rest that it takes to live on their own. . I’ve read that this idea of getting kids to move out was part of an economic growth strategy. I think one of the key questions has to do with the new fledgling being ready to fly on their own and the world being ready to accept them with jobs and whatever other support systems they need. buy their household furnishings. There is something to be admired about family support systems helping each other out when it is needed. get their own transportation. I think that they just have to muddle along as best they can until the economy gets better. because they then need to get a separate house or apartment. and all of those purchases added to the growth of the economy.
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