School Subject Class Standard Competency Time Alocation BASIC COMPETENCY

1.1 Simple expression for social interaction

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SMK NEGERI 3 SUKABUMI English X Communicating in English for Novice Level 150 hours x 40 minutes MATERIAL
• Phonology • Vocabulary:  Formal and informal expression used in greeting and leave taking  Time of the day • Grammar: Personal Pronoun Simple Present of ‘be’

SILABUS

INDICATOR
1.1.1. Using the appropriate greeting and leave taking expression

LEARNING ACTIVITY
Trainee:  Listening: 1. Matching greeting expression based on the time of the day 2. Listening for information  Speaking: 1. Saying greeting expression based on the time of the day 2. Role play dialogs involving greeting and leave taking situation  Reading: 1. Reading for information  Writing: 1. Completing dialog 2. Re-arranging jumbled dialog 3. Writing dialog Trainee:  Listening: 1.Completing cloze dialog 2.Listening for information  Speaking: 1.Saying and spelling own names 2. Completing dialogs with appropriate words and/or expression 3.Acting out dialogs containing introduction based on charts  Reading: 1. Reading for information  Writing: 1.Matching expression

ASSESSEMENT
• Written test • Performance test

TIME
7 Hours 1. 2. 3. 4.

SOURCES
Text book Modul Tape Radio cassette

1.1.2. Using the appropriate expression to introduce one self and others

• Phonology • Vocabulary:  Formal and informal expression used in introducing  Nationalities and languages • Grammar:  Noun-pronoun agreement ‘Yes/No’ question  Demonstrative ‘this/these’; ‘that/those’

• Written test • Performance test

10 Hours

1. Text book 2. Modul 3. Tape 4. Radio cassette

English Syllabus for Novice Level 2007 / 2008 Page 1 of 7

Re-arranging jumbled statement 2. Writing dialogs • Written test • Performance test 6 Hours 1.  Adverb of place  Writing:  Adverb of manner 1. Radio cassette 1. Listening for information • Written test • Performance test 7 Hours Text book Modul Tape Radio cassette English Syllabus for Novice Level 2007 / 2008 Page 2 of 7 . Listening for information used in commands and  Speaking: requests 1.1.Re-arranging jumbled instruction 2.Completing dialog 3. Tape 4. arithmetic process. Dealing with number 1. Responding to thank in various situation 2. etc.2. Completing cloze text 2.1. Completing dialogs 3. Tape 4. Using the appropriate thanking expression • Phonology • Vocabulary:  Expression of thanks  Expression of gratitude  Expression to respond to thanks • Grammar:  Present perfect simple  Wh-question  Preposition of place  Thank you for … (noun/verb+ing) Trainee:  Listening: 1. The use of cardinal and ordinal number in certain context properly • Phonology • Vocabulary:  Cardinal number  Ordinal number Simple arithmetic Trainee: Listening: 1. sequences.Making dialog 1. prices. Reading for information.2. Reading for information: dialogs. announcements.4. Reporting what to do requests 3.3. Radio cassette 1. instruction. Using the appropriate expressions of commands and requests Trainee: • Phonology  Listening: • Vocabulary: Acting out instruction  Expression and verb form 1. Text book 2.Completing cloze text 3.Making a dialog • Written test • Performance test 10 Hours 1. 2. etc. 2.1. Listening for information  Speaking: 1. Acting out dialogs containing thanking expression 3. Giving oral announcement  Reading: 1.2. Responding to commands and requests orally  Respond to commands and 2. Dictation: telephone number. Modul 3. Text book 2. Modul 3. Role play dialog containing commands and • Grammar: requests  Base form of verb used in  Reading: commands and requests 1.  Writing: 1. Re-writing instruction with ‘You must …’ / ‘ You mustn’t …’ based on a text 4. letters.

2. Pictures English Syllabus for Novice Level 2007 / 2008 Page 3 of 7 . Re-arranging jumbled paragraph 3. Tape 4. Things are described based on their characteristics • Phonology • Vocabulary:  Adjectives of quality. schedules. Role playing  Reading 1. Tape 4. Writing dialog involving the use of numbers in various context Trainee:  Listening. Text book 2. Describing things 2. shape. Role playing a dialog containing describing people  Reading: 1. age. graphs. Reading for information  Writing 1. Matching pictures based on given description 2. size. Modul 3. Describing things 2.3.process: addition. Listening for information  Speaking 1. Dictation 3. Describing things based on their physical appearance 3. Role plating dialogs based on situation given Reading: 1. Radio cassette 5. Matching numbers and how they are said 2. tables.3. 1. Modul 3. People are described based on their appearance • Phonology • Vocabulary:  Adjectives for describing people  Physical and nonphysical appearance • Grammar:  The verb ‘have’ for describing people • Written test • Performance test 10 Hours 1. Mention and spell vocabulary commonly used in arithmetic operations and identity correctly. Writing: 1. division. Describing people based on physical appearance 3. menus. writing short paragraph based on given pictures Trainee:  Listening: 1. Describing people and things 1. and substance • Grammar:  Adjectives in series  Linking verb  There + be (existence) 1. Radio cassette 1. Reading for information: passages about • Written test • Performance test 10 Hours 1. Matching pictures based on given description 2. and multiplication. Reading for information. Text book 2. Responding to question relating to numbers 3. color. origin. • Grammar:  Plurality  Number-noun agreement  Quantitative adjective   Speaking: 1. etc.3. reduction.1. Writing how numbers are said 3. listening for information  Speaking: 1. Discussing the physical characteristic of a person 2.2.

Make a dialog containing describing people 1. Telling the task of a certain profession 2. Text book Modul Tape Radio cassette • Written test • Performance test 8 Hours 1. Writing about someone’s ambition Trainee:  Listening.5.Modul 3. Writing a short paragraph describing people based on the clues given 2. Reading an article from a newspaper about someone’s work experience  Writing: 1. and symbols 1. 4. Responding to question involving feelings • Written test • Performance test 7 Hours 1.4. 3. Understanding notices and reminders from a passages  Writing 1. simple menu. 1. Role playing dialogs about signs and symbols  Reading 1. signs. 3. Emotion are expressed appropriately • Phonology • Vocabulary:  Adjectives expressing feelings  Adjectives with –ed and – Trainee:  Listening.4.Newspaper 6. Describing events which happening 1.Tape 4. 6.Text book 2. 2.1.Pictures English Syllabus for Novice Level 2007 / 2008 Page 4 of 7 . Simple expression which are appropriate for basic function 1. Text book Modul Tape Radio cassette Newspaper Pictures 1.1. 1. Listening to some one’s working experience  Speaking: 1. Giving explanation based on signs and symbols given 2.5.Radio cassette 5. The appropriate tenses are used to describe events • Phonology • Vocabulary:  Words and expression used in the context • Grammar:  Present continuous tense  Future continuous tense  Suffixes to form noun Trainee:  Listening: 1. The meaning of a certain signs and symbols are defined appropriately • Phonology • Vocabulary:  Words and expression used to explain signs and symbols • Grammar:  Wh-question  Question tag question • Written test • Performance test 12 Hours 1. 4. Listening for information  Speaking 1. Writing the explanation of signs and symbols Writing a personal remainders 3.1. Understanding memo. Listening for information  Speaking 1. Telling a certain profession based on the uniform and the working environment  Reading: 1.6. 5.6. 2.one’s profile  Writing: 1. Reading for information 2. Making a dialog containing explaining signs and symbols 1.

Completing the cloze text based on the information given 2. 1. Expressing emotion through writing 2. Writing sentences expressing needs and wants 2. Listing one’s wants and needs 3. 2. Text book Modul Tape Radio cassette 2. or. will/would)  Compound sentences (conjunction: and. Re-arranging jumbled dialog 3. Reading for information  Writing 1.6.6. Responding to offers (accept or refuse) 3.ing • Grammar:  Linking verb  Subject – verb agreement Expressing emotions based on certain events Role playing dialogs involving the expression of feelings  Reading 1. Making offers based on clues given 2. Reading for information: stories arousing readers’ emotions  Writing 1. Listening for information  Speaking 1. Listening to cloze text 2. Role playing dialogs expressing wants and needs  Reading 1. Writing statements using expression of offers 3. 3. but)  construction V1 – V2 1.2. Using the appropriate expression for expressing wants and need • Phonology • Vocabulary:  Words and expression used in expressing wants and needs • Grammar:  Want + noun/verb  Need + noun/verb  Preference Would rather … than … Prefer … to … Like … better than …  Prefixes and suffixes to form verb • Written test • Performance test 8 Hours 1. 1.3. Interviewing for family needs 2. Reading for information  Writing 1.Text book 2. Writing a text (narrative) based on dialogs 4. Making a dialog containing expression for offering Trainee:  Listening. Listening for information  Speaking 1. Role playing dialogs expressing offers  Reading 1. Writing stories about bad or good experiences 4. Creating dialog involving the expression of feelings Trainee:  Listening. 1. 4. Listening to song (cloze lyrics) 2. Expression for offering things and/or services are used appropriately • Phonology • Vocabulary:  Expression to over product or services • Grammar:  Modal auxiliaries used to offer products and/or services (shall/should.Tape 4.Radio cassette English Syllabus for Novice Level 2007 / 2008 Page 5 of 7 . Writing dialogs expressing wants and needs • Written test • Performance test 10 Hours 1.Modul 3. 3.

6. 1.Modul 3. Reading for information 2. Role playing dialogs expressing regrets. The appropriate expressions are used to ask for and giving direction and location • Phonology • Vocabulary:  Words and expressions used in asking for and giving locations and directions.4. Reading for information  Writing 1. Writing dialogs involving expressions of permission Trainee:  Listening. apologies. Responding to someone asking permission (positively or negatively)Role playing dialogs involving permission  Reading 1. Writing sentences asking for permission based on the situation given 2.6. Listening for information  Speaking 1. will/would)  Preposition of place and location • Written test • Performance test 13 Hours 1. and sympathy  Reading • Written test • Performance test 7 Hours 1. 1. Asking for direction and location 2. passages. 1. apologies. Giving direction based on question and/or a map 3. dialogs. Role playing dialog containing asking for and giving directions and locations  Reading 1. and sympathy • Phonology • Vocabulary:  Words and expressions used to express regrets.1. 4. Listening for information  Speaking 1.6.Tape 4.Text book 2. Text book Modul Tape Radio cassette Map 1. 2. Reading a location on a map  Writing 1. Interviewing someone on bad experiences 2. Every expression are used appropriately to express regrets. 3.Radio cassette English Syllabus for Novice Level 2007 / 2008 Page 6 of 7 . Writing a direction and location 2. 5. Asking for permission based on the situation given 2. Making sentences expressing sympathy based on given situation 3. apologies.Tape 4.5.6. • Grammar:  Modal auxiliaries (can/could.Radio cassette 1. Making a dialog containing asking for and giving directions and locations Trainee:  Listening. may/might)  V1 + O + V2 construction  Conditional sentence type I Trainee:  Listening. and sympathy • Grammar:  Relative pronoun  Elliptical constructions  Noun clause with ‘that’ • Written test • Performance test 5 Hours 1. sad moments  Speaking 1. Listening for information. The appropriate expression are used to ask for and give permission • Phonology • Vocabulary:  Words and expressions used in asking for and giving permission • Grammar:  Modal auxiliaries (can/could.Text book 2.Modul 3.

Dictation 2. Role playing dialog involving the use of certain words or expressions in special field  Reading 1. Making dialogs expressing regrets. Reading for information.1. Constructing simple sentences appropriately based on the formulas • Phonology • Vocabulary:  Certain words and expressions used in certain field. restaurant. Listening for information  Speaking 1. restaurant.7. Writing a letter of invitation 3. Radio cassette 5. and sympathy 1. Writing letter expressing regrets. and sympathy 2. apologies. menu. recipe • Written test • Performance test 7 Hours 1. 1. Invitation letter 6. Re-arranging jumbled paragraph 2. Mention certain words and expression used in the field of hotel. 2. Modul 3.7. Text book Modul Tape Radio cassette English Syllabus for Novice Level 2007 / 2008 Page 7 of 7 . hotel. Words and terminologies used in special field 1. fashion.8. 1. apologies. Listening for information. Tape 4. beautician. fashion. Telling other one’s past habit 2. Text book 2. dialogs  Speaking 1. and pastry 2. Mention certain expression for inviting  Writing 1. Writing an invitation 1. 2. and pastry • Grammar:  Suffixes to form adverb • Written test • Performance test 13 Hours 1. Making a dialog expressing an invitation Trainee:  Listening. 4. 3.8. Role play dialogs expressing invitation  Reading 1. 1. Several appropriate expressions used for inviting • Phonology • Vocabulary:  Words and vocabularies used in giving invitation • Grammar:  Used to – base form  Be/get used to – base form Trainee:  Listening. Making a memo. Dictation 2. passages. Reading for information  Writing 1.Reading for information Identifying sentences expressing sympathy from a reading text  Writing 1. Announcement 1.1. dialogs 2. beautician.

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