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READING (Membaca) Memahami nuansa makna di dalam teks tertulis seperti teks fungsional pendek dan esai berbentuk

naratif (narrative, recount, news item), deskriptif (report, descriptive, explanation) dan argumentative (exposition, discussion) dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari. 1. Menentukan gambaran umum, informasi tertentu,dan informasi rinci dari sebuah teks monolog yang diperdengarkan 2. Menentukan gambaran umum, informasi tertentu, informasi rinci tersurat, informasi rinci tersirat, makna kata dari teks tertulis seperti teks fungsional pendek berbentuk announcement 3. Menentukan gambaran umum, informasi tertentu, makna kata, tujuan komunikatif dari teks tertulis fungsional pendek berbentuk letter 4. Menentukan informasi tertentu, gambaran umum, makna kata, tujuan komunikatif dari teks tertulis fungsional pendek berbentuk advertisement/brochure 5. Menentukan gambaran umum, informasi tertentu, informasi rinci tersurat, pikiran utama paragraf tertentu, pesan moral, tujuan komunikatif, makna kata informasi tersirat, rujukan kata dari teks tertulis berbentuk essai narrative 6. Menentukan gambaran umum, informasi tertentu, informasi rinci tersurat, makna kata dari teks tertulis berbentuk news item 7. Menentukan gambaran umum, informasi tertentu, informasi rinci tersurat, pikiran utama, makna kata, informasi tertentu dari teks tertulis berbentuk recount 8. Menentukan gambaran umum, informasi tertentu, tujuan komunikasi, informasi rinci tersurat dari teks esai berbentuk report 9. Menentukan gambaran umum, makna kata, informasi tertentu, informasi rinci tersurat dari teks esai berbentuk descriptive 10. Menentukan gambaran umum, informasi tertentu, tujuan komunikasi, informasi rinci, makna kata dari teks esai berbentuk exposition 11. Menentukan gambaran umum, informasi rinci tersurat, informasi tertentu, makna kata, informasi tersirat dari teks esai berbentuk discussion 12. Menentukan gambaran umum, rujukan kata dari teks esai tertulis berbentuk message

Genre (Jenis-Jenis Teks)


1. procedure 2. explanation 3. descriptive 4. report 5. narrative 6. spoof 7. recount 8. analytical exposition 9. hortatory exposition 10. discussion 11. news item 12. review

Text 1.

Ice Tea
If you want to make ice tea, first prepare a half glass of tea, one or two spoonful sugar and ice. Next step is put the sugar into the glass of tea, stir it well. After that, add some pieces of ice into the glass and stir it again and the ice is ready to serve. Text 2.

How to make a French toast


Recipe for French Toast You are going to need: 4 pieces of bread 1 spoon of sugar 2 eggs A quarter of a cup of milk Butter Pan Fork Bowl Before you start to cook, you have to read the recipe. Now you can get ready. After you read the recipe, put everything on the counter. When everything is ready, break the eggs, pour a quarter of the milk in the bowl, then add a small spoon of sugar. Mix the eggs, milk and sugar. Next, put a piece of bread in the bowl with the eggs, milk and sugar. Turn over the bread. Now, put some butter in the pan. Turn on the stove. When the pan is hot, take the bread out of the bowl and put it into the pan. After you cook one side of the bread, cook the other side. After you finish the first place of the bread, cook the other pieces. Now you have French toast! Text 3. How to make a Cheese Omelet Ingredients: 1 egg, 50 g cheese, 1 cup milk, 3 tablespoons cooking oil, a pinch of salt and pepper. Utensils: Frying pan, fork, spatula, cheese-grater, bowl, and plate. Method: Crack the egg into a bowl Whisk the egg with a fork until its smooth Add milk and whisk well Grate the cheese into the bowl and stir Heat the oil in frying pan

Turn the omelet with spatula and cook both sides Place on a plate, season with salt and pepper Text 4.

How To Plant A Tree


Trees add beauty and substance to a home landscape. They provide shade and privacy, give wild birds a place to roost and nest, and depending upon the variety, can provide lovely flowers, fragrance, and luscious fruit. Trees are a long term investment, so it is a good idea to plant them in the right location and take good care of them. One of gardenings greatest principles is expressed in the maxim, Dont plant a $100 tree into a $10 hole. Proper preparation of the planting site, and how the tree is handled during the planting, can make a big difference in the life and health of your tree for years to come. Payne's Nurseries trees come in two basic forms: containerized and ball-and-burlap (B&B). Containerized trees are sold in pots or tubs. B&B trees have their rootballs wrapped in burlap, wire mesh, or a combination of these materials. B&B trees are usually sunk into the ground of the nursery. Heres how to plant each type. Suggestions: To reduce stress on both the tree and yourself, plant in the cool of the day, morning or late afternoon. Wearing good gardening gloves also helps. Items needed: Shovel, hose, root stimulator, soil conditioner. The first four steps in the tree planting process are the same whether planting a containerized tree or a B&B tree. 1. Run a hose to the spot where the tree will be planted. 2. Dig a hole 1 to 2 times the width of the container or rootball and slightly (2-4) deeper. 3. Set the excavated soil to one side and mix together 3 parts soil to 2 parts Paynes Soil Conditioner. 4. Place a portion of this mixture (about 2 inches worth) in the bottom of the hole, tamping it down thoroughly so that the plant will not settle and create problems in the future. Planting a Containerized Tree After following steps #1-4, continue with the following steps to plant a containerized tree: 5. Gently remove the tree from its pot, and place the tree in the hole. 6. Put the open end of the hose in the hole and turn on the water. 7. As the water flows into the hole, shovel the soil and soil conditioner mixture in around the trees rootball. The swirling water will helpsettle the soil , eliminating air pockets. 8. When the hole is filled with dirt, turn off the hose water and let the soil settle. 9. Give the newly planted tree a good shot of root stimulator, diluted according to the directions on the label. Payne's carries several good root stimulators.

Planting a Ball-and-Burlap Tree


After following steps #1-4, continue with the following steps to plant a B&B tree: 5. Turn on the hose and fill your hole two-thirds to three-quarters of the way with water. 6. Be careful! The trees rootball is fragile and root breakage can be fatal to the tree. Grasping the B&B tree by the wire basket around its roots, wrestle it gently into the water-filled hole, straighten it, and turn it until reaching the direction you want it to face. When maneuvering the tree, the water in the hole will cushion the root ball.

7. Wait for the water to sink into the ground around the tree. 8. When the water has drained from the hole, remove the sides and top of the wire basket around the rootball of the tree and any twine securing the burlap to the rootball. Dont worr y about removing the wire on the very bottom, and do not remove the burlapdoing so can destroy the trees root hairs, killing it. 9. Turn on the hose again. As the water flows into the hole, shovel the rest of the soil and conditioner mixture in around the trees rootball. The swirling water will help soil settle, eliminating air pockets. 10. When the hole is filled with dirt, turn off the hose water and let the soil settle. 11. Give the newly planted tree a good shot of root stimulator, diluted according to the directions on the label. Payne's carries several good root stimulators.

Watering-in a Newly Planted Tree


1. Give the tree a slow, deep watering two or three times a week for the first year, from planting time until the fall. This is essential for helping it establish healthy roots. In addition, water-stressed trees are highly vulnerable to insect and disease attack. In subsequent years, the amount of water can be reduced depending on the weather and the needs of the particular kind of tree. 2. To increase watering efficiency, use extra soil to form a water basin above ground around the tree at the diameter of the drip line of the plant. 3. Apply a 2 layer of mulch to the water basin to reduce evaporation. Enjoy your beautiful Paynes tree!