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English for Primary Teacher Education Study Program

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1. Desva Ariasanti 2113039
2. Hanna Pipit Dyah Adinda 2113046
3. Made Sri Damayanti 2113067
4. Metha Wulandari 2113043
5. Neli Suryani 2113009
6. Nelsen Putra Jaya 2113044
7. Rando Efriansyah 2113022
8. Tiara Rahmasari 2113045
9. Vahdatul Nindiana Reza 2113038
10. Yesa Listika 2113047

Cover Designer
Desva Ariasanti

Editor
Ardayati, M.Pd

Copyright@2016, Lubuklinggau: December 21st, 2016

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2016

PREFACE
Praise to Allah, Lord of the world who has blessed and given the
strength to the authors in completing the book entitled English for Primary
Teacher Education Study Program. Sholawat and Salam are given upon
our prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings are upon him, who have
given the way of truth and brought the true light of life.
Through this opportunity, the authors would like to express our
greatest honor and gratitude to the lecturer of English for Specific Purposes,
Ardayati, M.Pd, who has spend her time and giving consultation,
contribution, guidance, and patience to the authors during completing this
book as final project of English for Specific Purposes subject. May Allah
bless his kindheartedness.
This book is the result of our observation and interviews with the
lecturers of primary teacher education study program. By knowing their
needs, lacks and wants, the authors make the book which is attractive and
appropriate for them. The book designed with colorful pictures, and simple
language. Not only is those, but also in every chapter, there is a knowledge
from all over the world inserted to increase the students knowledge. To
test students understanding of the material that has been peeled, at the end
of each section presented the exercises that can be done with individual or
group.
The authors hope this book can be useful for teachers and students,
and jointly contributing to improve the quality of education and the success
of the ideals of national life. Criticism and suggestions are awaited by us to
improve the content of this book.

Lubuklinggau, December 21st, 2016

Author

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Course Outline of English for Primary Teacher Education Study Program

Objectives
In general, the aims of this course are:
1. Speaking
To help students communicating in English
2. Reading
To help students comprehending English text
3. Pronunciation
To help students pronouncing English term related to elementary school
4. Vocabulary
To help students applying English vocabularies in communicating

Specifically, at the end of semester, students are expected to be able:


1. Speaking
To communicate in English, especially about greeting, saying goodbye, English song, and expressing compliment.
2. Reading
To comprehend English text, especially about how to create enjoyable class, family, describing people, things,
and places.
3. Pronunciation
To pronounce English term related to elementary school, especially about parts of body
4. Vocabulary
To apply English vocabularies in communicating, especially about the names of days in a week and month in a
year, kind of colors, things in the classroom, and kind of profession.

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Meeting Topics Sub Topics Learning Activities References

1 Introduction to 1. A reflective overview Syllabus on English


the Syllabus on English for for Students of
students of primary Primary Teacher
teacher education Education Study
study program Program
2. An overview on
English material for
students of primary
teacher education
study program
2 Lesson 1 1. Greeting 1. Opening Activities Susana, S. A. (2008).
Hello Kids! 2. Introducing Myself The teacher greets students Buku Pintar
3. Introducing Others The teacher and students pray together Bahasa Inggris
4. Saying Good Bye The teacher checks students attendance list SD untuk Kelas
The teacher give stimulus related the 4,5 dan 6 (1st
material will be learned ed). Jakarta:
The teacher gives the objective of the Wahyu Media.
material

2. Whilst Activities
The teacher read the material of greeting,
introducing myself, introducing others, and
saying good bye and the students repeat
after her
The teacher and students discuss about the
material
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The students read the examples of greeting,
introducing myself, introducing others and
saying good bye
The students make some dialogue based on
expression below
The students practice with partner in front
of the class
Students ask the difficulties related to the
material
The students answer the questions (exercise
1 and 2)

3. Closing Activities
The students ask their difficulties about
material
The teacher and students conclude the
material
The teacher give a clue about next material
The teacher close the meeting
3 Lesson 2 1. How to be a Good 1. Opening Activities Anuraag V. (2015).
I am a Good Teacher The teacher greets students How Should Be
Teacher 2. How to be a The teacher and students pray together Teachers
Favorable Teacher The teacher checks students attendance list Attitude
3. Teachers Attitudes The teacher give stimulus related the Towards a
for Children material will be learned Student?
4. The Students The teacher gives the objective of the Retrieved from
Learning Style material https://www.q
uora.com/How

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2. Whilst Activities -should-be-
The teacher read the material about How teachers-
to create an enjoyable class attitude-
The teacher and students discuss about the towards-a-
material How to create an enjoyable class student
The students give the examples of How to
create an enjoyable class based on their Kowald, T, O.
opinion (2013).
Understanding
3. Closing Activities Your Student's
The students ask their difficulties about Learning Style:
material of How to create an enjoyable The Theory of
class Multiple
The teacher and students conclude the Intelligences.
material Retrieved from
The students are asked to do a homework http://www.co
( Exercise 1, 2 and 3) nnectionsacade
The teacher give a clue about next material my.com/blog/p
The teacher close the meeting osts/2013-
018/Understan
ding-Your-
Student-s-
Learning-Style-
The-Theory-of-
Multiple-
Intelligences.as
px

Weimer, M. (2010).

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Characteristics
of Good
Teachers.
Retrieved from
http://www.fac
ultyfocus.com/a
rticles/facultyde
velopment/char
acteristics-of-
good-teachers/

Meer, H. (n.d).
Characteristics
and Qualities
of a Good
Teacher.
Retrieved from
https://owlcati
on.com/acade
mia/Characteris
tics-Of-A-Good-
Teacher
4 Lesson 3 1. Seven Days in a 1. Opening Activities Belawati, T. (1984).
Today is Week and 12 Months The teacher greets students Buku Bahasa
Monday in a Year The teacher and students pray together Inggris untuk
2. What Day is today? The teacher checks students attendance list PGSD. Banten:
3. What Day was The teacher give stimulus related the Universitas
Yesterday? material will be learned Terbuka.
4. What Day will be
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Tomorrow? The teacher gives the objective of the
material

2. Whilst Activities
The teacher read the material of Today is
Monday
The teacher and students discuss about the
material
The students read the name seven Days in
a week and 12 Months in a Year
The students practice with partner in front
of the class
The students answer the questions (exercise
1 and 3)

3. Closing Activities
The students ask their difficulties about
material
The teacher and students conclude the
material
The teacher give a clue about next material
The teacher close the meeting
5 Lesson 4 1. Names of Color 1. Opening Activities Susana, S. A. (2008).
It is a Nice 2. Type of Color The teacher greets students Buku Pintar
Color 3. Favorite Color The teacher and students pray together Bahasa Inggris
4. Describing the Color The teacher checks students attendance list SD untuk Kelas
of Things The teacher give stimulus related the 4,5 dan 6 (1st
material will be learned ed). Jakarta:

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The teacher gives the objective of the Wahyu Media.
material

2. Whilst Activities
The teacher read the material of color,
names of color, type of color, favorite
color, describing the color of things and
the students repeat after him.
The teacher and students discuss about the
material
The students read the examples of color,
names of color, type of color, favorite
color, describing the color of things
The students read some dialogue based on
the material
The students practice with partner in front
of the class
Students ask the difficulties related to the
material
The students answer the questions (exercise
1, 2 and 3)

3. Closing Activities
The students ask their difficulties about
material
The teacher and students conclude the
material
The teacher give a clue about next material

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The teacher close the meeting

6 Lesson 5 1. Names of the Things 1. Opening Activities Susana, S. A. (2008).


These are My in the Classroom The teacher greets students Buku Pintar
Books 2. Langguage Corner The teacher and students pray together Bahasa Inggris.
3. My Classroom The teacher reviews the previous material PT. Wahyu
4. The Things in My Bag The teacher motivates the students related Media.
to the material will be learned
The teacher give the objective of learning Heri, K. (2016).
material Meja Kursi
Sekolah.
2. Whilst Activities Retrieved from
Teacher gives examples of objects in http://hullalla.c
writing the name of the class in English om
The teacher asks the students to copy the
words on objects in class.
The teacher asks the students to read the
words that have been copied
The teacher asks the students to play the
game labeling

3. Closing Activities
The teacher and students conclude the
material
Student are asked to do a homework

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The teacher gives a clue about the next
material
The teacher closes the meeting
7
Middle Semester Exam
(Covers topics discussed in meeting 1-7)
8 Lesson 6 1. Sing a Song Bingo 1. Opening Activities Fox, L. (2015). Best
Lets Sing! by Using Good The teacher greets students Kids Songs Top
Pronunciations and The teacher and students pray together 5. Retrieved
Understand New The teacher checks students attendance list from
Vocabularies The teacher give stimulus related the https://www.y
2. Remember a Song: material will be learned outube.com
Rain Rain Go The teacher gives the objective of the
Away material ___________(2016).
3. Find Synonym and 2. Whilst Activities English Songs
Antonym of The teacher and students listen to the for Kids.
Adjectives from the song : Bingo Retrieved from
Lyrics of the Song The teacher asks some question about the https://www.g
The Family title of song oogle.com/sear
The teacher and students listen to the ch/song.com
song : Bingo again, this time with lyrics
The teacher and students sing a song
Bingo by using good pronunciations
The students understand new vocabularies
The teacher and students listen to the
song : Rain Rain Go Away
The students remember Rain Rain Go
Away Song song

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The students sing Rain Rain Go Away
song in front of the class
The teacher and students listen to the
song : The Family
The students find synonym and antonym
of adjectives from the lyrics of the song :
The Family
The students ask the difficulties about
English Song
The students answer the exercises 1, 2 and
3
3. Closing Activities
The students ask their difficulties about
Family
The teacher gives homework (exercise 3
and 4)
The teacher and students conclude the
material
The teacher gives a clue about the next
material
The teacher closes the meeting
9 Lesson 7 1. Parts of Body 1. Opening Activities Putra, B. A. (2015).
Our Body 2. Parts of Face The teacher greets students Bahasa Inggris
3. Parts of Leg The teacher and students pray together Kelas 5.
4. Parts of Hand The teacher checks students attendance list Retrieved from
The teacher give stimulus related the https://
material will be learned /Bahasa-Inggris
The teacher gives the objective of the www.scribd.co

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material m/doc/289440
980-Kelas-5-1-
2. Whilst Activities pdf
The students read the material about parts
of body
The students and teacher discuss about
parts of body
The students read what are the parts of
body which given by the teacher
The students make a description about
their parts of body
The students ask the difficulties about
parts of body
The students answer the exercises 1 and 2
3. Closing Activities
The students ask their difficulties about
parts of body
The teacher gives homework (exercise 3
and 4)
The teacher and students conclude the
material
The teacher gives a clue about the next
material
The teacher closes the meeting

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10 Lesson 8 1. Introduction by 1. Opening Activities Anonymous. (2013).
I Love You, Describing Family The teacher greets students Kumpulan
Daddy Members The teacher and students pray together Gambar
2. Telling A Story About The teacher checks students attendance list Terbaru.
One of The teacher give stimulus related the Retrieved from
3. Family Members material will be learned http://gambarte
4. Drawing Family Tree The teacher gives the objective of the rbaru.com/wpc
5. The Relationship material ontent/uploads.
within Family jpg
Members 2. Whilst Activities
6. The Character of The students read the material about Anonymous. (2016).
Every Member in Family 10 Gambar
Family The students and teacher discuss about Kartun
7. Differentiate Between Family Keluarga
Small Family and Big The students read what are the family Bahagia.
Family members in the form of the table which Retrieved from
given by the teacher http://4.bp.blo
The students read the family members gspot.om/famil
correctly by looking at the phonetic y.jpeg
transcription in the table
The students make a description about
their family members in a simple
paragraph
The students make a family tree
The students remember the relationship
within family members
The students ask the difficulties about
Family

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The students answer the exercises 1 and 2

3. Closing Activities
The students ask their difficulties about
Family
The teacher gives homework (exercise 3
and 4)
The teacher and students conclude the
material
The teacher gives a clue about the next
material
The teacher closes the meeting

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11 Lesson 9 1. Expressions of 1. Opening Activities Syahrul, I. (2013).
Fantastic! Compliments and the The teacher greets students Expressing
Expressions of Giving The teacher and students pray together Compliments.
Compliments The teacher checks students attendance list Retrieved from
2. How to Give The teacher reviews the previous material http://ishaksyah
Compliments The teacher motivates the students related rul.blogspot.co.
3. How to Respond to the material will be learned id/2013/09/nor
Compliments The teacher gives the objectives of learning mal.html
material
2. Whilst Activities Silalahi, M. A.
The students read the material about (2012).
expressions of compliments and responses Expressing of
of compliments Congratulations
Students pronounce the expressions of and
compliments and responses of compliments Compliments.
The students read an examples of Retrieved from
expressions of compliments and responses http://anaztasy
of compliments amsilalahi.blogs
The students practice the expressions of pot.co.id/2012/
compliments and responses of compliments 02/expression-
in the front of the class of-
3. Closing Activities congratulations
Students ask their difficulties about -
examples of expressions of compliments compliments_1
and responses of compliments 7.html
The teacher and students conclude the
Fathan, H. (2014).
material
Contoh
The students do exercises 1 and 2
Dialogue dan
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The students are asked by the teacher to do Latihan.
homework exercise 3 and 4 Retrieved from
The teacher gives a clue about the next http://blogbaha
material sainggrisku.blog
The teacher closes the meeting spot.co.id/2014
/10/contoh-
dialog-dan-
latihan-
expression-
of.html

Nurdiono. (2015).
Expression of
Compliment.
Retrieved from
http://www.nu
rdiono.com/ex
pression-of-
compliment-
and-
itresponse.html
12 Lesson 10 1. Mention Kinds of Job 1. Opening Activities Aji. (2016). Macam
I Want to be a 2. Telling My Dream The teacher greets students macam
Doctor 3. Telling Someones The teacher and students pray together pekerjaan.
Job The teacher checks students attendance list Retrieved from
The teacher give stimulus related the http://int.search
material will be learned .myway.com/se
The teacher gives the objective of the arch.com

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material.

2. Whilst Activities
The students read the material about
Dreams & Profession
The teacher deliver the material
The students and teacher discuss about
Material
The students read kinds of dreams and
professions
The students mention their dream
The students describing someone
profession
The students ask the difficulties about
Dreams and Professions
The students answer the exercises 1

3. Closing Activities
The students ask their difficulties about
Family
The teacher gives homework (exercise 2
and 3)
The teacher and students conclude the
material
The teacher closes the meeting
13 Lesson 11 1. Introduction to 1. Opening Activities About My Family.
My Father is descriptive text The teacher greets students (2016).
Tall 2. Describing the The teacher and students pray together Retrieved from

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members of the The teacher checks students attendance list http://learnengl
family The teacher give stimulus related the ishteens.britishc
3. Describing things material will be learned ouncil.org/skills
4. Describing places The teacher gives the objective of the /writing-skills-
material. practice/about-
my-family
2. Whilst Activities
The teacher deliver the material Describing People.
The students read the material about (2016).
Descriptive Text Retrieved from
The students and teacher discuss about https://www.pi
Material nterest.com/aur
The students read how to describe family, orajove/describ
things, and places. ing-people/
The students describe their family
members Describing Places.
The students answer the exercises 1 (2013).
3. Closing Activities Barcelona:
The students ask their difficulties about Barcelona Field
Family Study Centre.
The teacher gives homework (exercise 2) Retrieved from
http://geograph
The teacher and students conclude the
yfieldwork.com
material
/describingplac
The teacher closes the meeting
es.htm

Faisal, S. (2011).
Descriptive
Text. Retrieved
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from
https://www.sc
ribd.com/doc/5
1890121/Descri
ptive-Text

Lestari, S. (2010).
Describing
Things.
Retrieved from
https://srilestari
3101.wordpress
.com/2010/01/
20/describing-
things/

Wardiman, A.,
Jahur, M. B., &
Djusma, M. S.
(2008). English
in Focus 2: For
Grade VIII
Junior High
School (SMP/
MTs) (11 ed).
Jakarta: Pusat
Perbukuan,
Departemen
Pendidikan

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Nasional.

14 Final Semester Exam


(Covers topics discussed in meeting 8-14)

Prepared by: Assessed by:

English for Primary Teacher Education Study Program Ardayati, M.Pd

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Table of Content 2016

AUTHORS..................................................................................................... ii
PREFACE ....................................................................................................... iii
LEARNING ACTIVITIES ................................................................................. iv
TABLE OF CONTENT ................................................................................... xxiv
LISTS OF TABLE ........................................................................................... xxvi

LESSON 1 Hello Kids!


1. Greeting .............................................................................................. 1
2. Introducing Myself ................................................................................ 1
3. Introducing Others ................................................................................ 2
4. Saying Good Bye .................................................................................. 2
5. Exercises ................................................................................................ 4

LESSON 2 Im a Good Teacher


1. How to be a Good Teacher ................................................................. 8
2. How to be a Favorable Teacher ............................................................ 9
3. Teachers Attitudes for Children ............................................................ 11
4. The Students Learning Style .................................................................. 13
5. Exercises ................................................................................................ 15

LESSON 3 Today is Monday


1. Seven Days in a Week and 12 Months in a Year ..................................... 18
2. What Day is today? ............................................................................... 20
3. What Day was Yesterday? ..................................................................... 20
4. What Day will be Tomorrow? ............................................................... 21
5. Exercises ................................................................................................ 22

LESSON 4 It is a Nice Color


1. Names of Color..................................................................................... 25
2. Type of Color ....................................................................................... 25
3. Favorite Color ....................................................................................... 27
4. Describing the Color of Things............................................................... 27
5. Exercises ................................................................................................ 28

LESSON 5 These are My Books


1. Names of the Things in the Classroom ................................................... 30
2. Langguage Corner ................................................................................. 32
3. My Classroom ....................................................................................... 33
4. The Things in My Bag ............................................................................ 34
5. Exercises ................................................................................................ 35

LESSON 6 Lets Sing!


1. Sing a Song Bingo by Using Good Pronunciations and Understand
New Vocabularies ................................................................................. 38
2. Remember a Song : The Family .......................................................... 40
3. Find synonym and antonym of adjectives fromthe lyrics of the song ..... 41

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4. Exercises ................................................................................................ 43

LESSON 7 Our Body


5. Parts of Body......................................................................................... 50
6. Parts of Face .......................................................................................... 51
7. Parts of Leg ........................................................................................... 54
8. Parts of Hand ........................................................................................ 55
9. Exercises ................................................................................................ 56

LESSON 8 I Love You, Daddy


1. Introduction by Describing Family Members .......................................... 59
2. Telling A Story About One of Family Members ..................................... 60
3. Drawing Family Tree ............................................................................. 60
4. The Relationship within Family Members .............................................. 61
5. The Character of Every Member in Family............................................. 61
6. Differentiate Between Small Family and Big Family ............................... 62
7. Exercises ................................................................................................ 63

LESSON 9 Fantastic!
1. Expressions of Compliments and the Expressions of Giving
Compliments ......................................................................................... 67
2. How to Give Compliments.................................................................... 67
3. How to Respond Compliments ............................................................. 69
4. Exercises ................................................................................................ 72

LESSON 10 I Want To Be a Doctor


1. Mention Kinds of Job ............................................................................ 76
2. Telling My Dream ................................................................................. 77
3. Telling Someones Job ........................................................................... 77
4. Exercises ................................................................................................ 78

LESSON 11 My Father is Tall


1. Introduction to descriptive text ............................................................. 80
2. Describing the members of the family .................................................... 80
3. Describing things ................................................................................... 85
4. Describing places ................................................................................... 86
5. Exercises ................................................................................................ 87

REFERENCES ................................................................................................. 91
BIBLIOGRAPHY ........................................................................................... 93

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List of Table 2016

Table 1.1 Expression of Greeting ................................................................... 1


Table 1.2 Expressions of Asking and Saying How Are You ............................. 1
Table 1.3 Expression of Introducing Myself ................................................... 1
Table 1.4 Expression of Introducing Others ................................................... 2
Table 1.5 Expression of Saying Good Bye ..................................................... 3
Table 2.1 Definition of Good Teacher ........................................................... 8
Table 2.2 Characteristics and Qualities of Good Teacher .............................. 9
Table 2.3 The Students Learning Style ........................................................... 13
Table 6.1 Vocabulary Builder and Pronunciation Practice .............................. 39
Table 6.2 Synonym and Antonym Words ..................................................... 42
Table 6.3 Exercise ......................................................................................... 47
Table 7.1 Parts of Body ................................................................................ 50
Table 7.2 Parts of Face ................................................................................. 51
Table 7.3 Parts of Leg ................................................................................... 54
Table 7.4 Parts of Hand ............................................................................... 55
Table 8.1 Family Members ............................................................................ 59
Table 9.1 Expressions Of Compliments and the Responses ............................ 69
Table 11.1 Personality .................................................................................... 81
Table 11.2 Physical Appearance ..................................................................... 81
Table 11.3 Describing Things ......................................................................... 85
Table 11.4 Describing Places .......................................................................... 86

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LESSON 1
Hello Kids!

Sub Topics :

1. Greeting
2. Introducing Myself
3. Introducing Others
4. Saying Good Bye

Compiled by:

Tiara Rahmasari (2113045)


1. Greeting

Greeting is an expression to greet people at meeting.


Listen and repeat after your teacher.

Table 1.1
Expression of Greeting
Expression of Greeting Responses
Good Morning Good Morning
Good Day / Noon Good Day / Noon
Good Afternoon Good Afternoon
Good Evening Good Evening
Good Night Good Night
Hi Hi
Hello Hello

Asking and saying how are you is When we meet someone usually
people also ask the conditoin of them.
Listen and repeat after your teacher.

Table 1.2
Expressions of Asking and Saying How Are You
Expression of Asking And Responses
Saying How Are You
I am good
How Are you? I am great thanks
How Do you do? I am fine thank you
Not too bad thanks
I am preety well thanks

2. Introducing Myself

An expression can used to people introduce his self.


Listen and repeat after your teacher.

Table 1.3
Expression of Introducing Myself
Expression of Introducing Myself
I am ..........
My name is ......

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May I introduce myself?
Let me introduce myself. My name is ....
I would like to introduce myself. I am .....
Allow me to introduce mysel

3. Introducing Others

An expression can used to introduce new people to other, like new


friend, sister or brother and ect.
Listen and repeat after your teacher.

Table 1.4
Expression of Introducing Others
Expression of Introducing Others Responses
Do you know, James? No, I dont think so
This is a friend of mine, Pricilia. Hi, glad to meet you too. I am pricilia
Galih this is Pricilia my friend Hello, Pricilia. Pleased to meet you
May I introduce a good friend of I am glad to know you
mine? This is .....

4. Saying Good Bye

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Saying good bye is an expression can used when people leave
someone.
Listen and repeat after your teacher.

Table 1.5
Expression of Saying Good Bye
Expression of Saying Good Bye Responses
Good night Good night
Good bye Good bye
Bye Bye bye
See you later See you too
Take care Take care
See you soon See you
I must to go now Yes of course, see you

Example:
Read the dialogue bellow then practice with your friend!
Situation 1
(Jenny go to school and she meet her friend in
the street)
Sam : Hello, jenny.
Jenny : Hello sam. How are you?
Sam : I am fine thanks, and how are you?
Jenny : I am preety well thanks
Sam : Where are you going?
Jenny : I am going to school Saurce:: http//encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com
Sam : Ok. See you later.
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Jenny : See you.

Situation 2
(Ari meet Ian and his brother in the market)
Ari : Good morning, Ian.
Ian : Good morning, Ari. How are you?
Ari : I am fine thanks, and you?
Ian : I am great. Ari, this is my brother Daniel.
Daniel this is Ari my friend.
Daniel : Hi, I am Daniel.
Ari : I am Ari. Saurce:: http//encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com
Daniel : Nice to meet you.
Ari : Nice to meet you too.
Ian : Well, we must to go now.Good bye ari. Glad to meet you.
Ari : Ok. Good bye.

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EXERCISES

Exercise 1
Complete the following conversation with the correct expressions in the
box.

Dialogue 1
In the school, there is a new student
We are fine Hello
Miss Dina : (1) , students.
Students : Good morning, Maam. Good morning I am
Miss Dina : How are you this morning?
Students : (2) , and you.
Miss Dina : Rachel, youre a new student. Come here and introduce
yourself.
Rachel : (3) , everyone.(4) Rachel. You can call
me rara.

Dialogue 2
Arief and susan are schoolmate.
Arief : (1) , Susan!(2) ?
Susan : (3) . I am fine, thanks. And you?
Arief : (4) . Are you coming to
Rinis birthday party tonight?
Susan : Of course Im coming.
Arief : OK, then. Ill meet you there. (5) ,Susan!
Susan : (6) .

How are you Hello Susan I am preety well

Hello Arief See you too See you later

Dialogue 3
Jhon and smith go to library and they meet Jhons friend.
Angel : Hi, Jhon. (1) ?
Jhon : I am verry well thanks, (2) ?
Angel : (3) , thank you.
Jhon : Angel (4) my friend.
Smith : Hello, (5) Smith. Nice to meet you.
Angel : I am Angel. (6) too.

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Smith : Ok, we must to go now. (7) .
Angel : (8) . See you too.

How do you do See you later I am fine


Nice to meet you I am Yes of course
This is How about you

Exercise 2
Choose the correct answer by crossing a, b, c or d!
1. Chris : Good morning, Mr. Adam
Mr. Adam : .........., chris
a. Good afternoon
b. Hi
c. Good morning
d. Hello
2. Meilan : Hello Rifky, how are you?
Rifky : Im fine thanks, and you?
Meilan : ..............., thank you
a. I am very well
b. How do you do
c. How are you
d. Ok. I am with you
3. Angel : Its pleased to meet you
Raka : ..................... too
a. See you later
b. Pleased to meet you
c. Nice to meet you too
d. Bye
4. Andi : What is your name?
Joy : My .......... is Joy
a. Age
b. Live
c. School
d. Name
5. Tony : Hi, Willy! ..................

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Willy : Im fine thanks, and you?
a. How are you
b. Nice to meet you too
c. Let me introduce myself
d. May I help you
6. Sarah : How do you do? My name is Sarah
Anthony : ...................? I am Anthony. Nice to meet you.
a. I am fine thanks
b. How do you do
c. Not bad thanks
d. Not at all
7. A : What do you say when you meet your mother before go to the
bed?
B : I will say .................
a. Good morning
b. Good night
c. Good evening
d. Good aftenoon
8. A : When you leaving your friend, What will you say to her?
B : I will say...............
a. Good morning
b. Good night
c. Good bye
d. Good evening
9. Talita : Bye Renata.
Renata : ........, Talita. Its nice to see you.
a. Good
b. Good night
c. Good bye
d. Bye bye
10. A : You greet your teacher at 1p.m. So, What will you say to your
teacher?
B : I will say ..............
a. Good noon
b. Good day
c. Good afternoon
d. Good morning

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Lists of Vocabulary

Expression : Ungkapan
Greet : Salam / sapaan
Listen : Dengar
After : Setelah
Ask : Bertanya
Saying : Berbicara
Someone : Seseorang
Usually : Biasanya
People : Orang
Leave : Meninggalkan

Stewardesses is the longest word that is type


with only the left hand.

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LESSON 2
Im a Good
Teacher!

Source: https://hereisviaa.wordpress.com/2012/07/

Sub topics :

1. How to be a Good Teacher


2. How to be a Favorable Teacher
3. Teachers Attitudes for Children
4. The Students Learning Style

Compiled by:

Neli Suryani (2113009)


1. How to be a Good Teacher

Being a good teacher can be the


most rewarding and exciting job in the
world. However, being a teacher who
doesn't work effectively can be stressful,
painful, and exhausting.
Based on a thorough literature review,
Paul Ramsden, a noted researcher on
teaching and learning, along with several co-
authors offered this description of good
teachers.
Picture 1
Source: https://paulramsden48.wordpress.com/

There are some definitions of good teacher based on Ramsdens


opinion:
Table 2.1
Definition of Good Teacher
No The Definition Explanation
1 Good Teachers Good teachers are also good learners; for
example, they learn through their own
reading, by participating in a variety of
professional development activities, by
listening to their students, by sharing ideas
with their colleagues, and by reflecting on
classroom interactions and students
achievements. Therefore, Good teaching are
dynamic, reflective, and constantly evolving.
Good teachers display enthusiasm for their
subject and a desire to share it with their
students.
Good teachers know how to modify their
teaching strategies according to the particular
students, subject matter, and learning
environment.
Good teachers encourage learning for
understanding and are concerned with

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developing their students critical thinking
skills, problem-solving skills, and problem-
approach behaviors.
5 Good teachers demonstrate an ability to
transform and extend knowledge, rather than
merely transmitting it; they draw on their
knowledge of their subject, their knowledge
of their learners, and their general
pedagogical knowledge to transform the
concepts of the discipline into terms that are
understandable to their students.
6 Good teachers set clear goals, use valid and
appropriate assessment methods, and
provide high-quality feedback to their
students.
7 Good teachers show respect for their
students; they are interested in both their
professional and their personal growth,
encourage their independence, and sustain
high expectations of them.

2. How to be a favorable teacher

A good teacher affects eternity,


he can never tell where his
influence stops. (Henry Adams)

The following characteristics and qualities, he/she can become a very


good teacher with large fan base too.

Table 2.2
Characteristics and Qualities of Good Teacher
No Characteristics/ Qualities Explanation
1 Friendliness and I think the most important characteristic
Congeniality of a good teacher can have is to be
friendly and congenial with his students.

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It is a plus if his students can share their
problems with him, without being afraid
or hesitant. I think students have always
thoughts of their teachers as their enemies
(in a funny sense though). With this
mentality, they can never be close to each
other, and besides that how many
teachers did you like who were not
friendly, and were rather arrogant and
rude.

2 A Good Personality A good teacher has a very good


personality; there is no second thought
about it. Students always get attracted to
teachers with good personality which
leads to better communication,
understanding, and ultimately good
results. Everyone can have a good,
decent, likable, and presentable
personality. Just dress sensibly well, smell
good, and be a little gentle and kind.

3 Deep Knowledge and a Another important characteristic of a


Great Education good teacher is his knowledge and own
education. There is a saying that 'a
teacher is only as good as his knowledge
is.' After all, he is doing a teacher's job,
which is to teach. If he himself lacks in the
knowledge of a certain subject that he
teaches, he is never going to make a
name for himself. So, sign up with only
that subjects which you have really good
expertise; and it is a moral duty too.
Otherwise, it is not worth it.

4 A Good Communicator One of the very important characteristics


of a good teacher is his communication
skills. He should be a very good speaker.
This characteristic will provide benefits in
several ways. For example: If his
communication skills are good, he can
convey his lectures with better skill and
results. If he is a good speaker, his class
strength increases automatically. People
love to hear a person who he can speak

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well enough. There is always a shortage
of good speakers in the world.

5 A Good Listener A part from being a good communicator,


a good teacher should also have the
characteristic of being an even better
listener. As there is Turkish proverb:"If
speaking is silver; then listening is gold."
Remember, a good listener will always
have many friends and fans. Because
people do not want to hear every time,
they need people who can listen to them
as well. And when a good teacher
develops this patient quality in himself, he
or she starts to become a great teacher.

6 A Good Sense of Humor A good teacher should also have the


quality and characteristic of having a
good sense of humor. It is a logical fact
that a person generally teaches the next
generation and as they are younger than
the professor, they are expected to have
more fun in the class too. So, a good
teacher is the one who can keep up with
his sense of humor, and with his strong
communication skills and personality, can
also maintain the discipline of the class.

7 Kindness The last but obviously one of the most


important characteristics to have in his
box of qualities: he should be a gentle,
kind, chivalrous, and benevolent person.
Students should love him, and when they
do love him, they idolize him. Then
ultimately, they will respect him, will do
the homework, and eventually will bring
greater outputs and results.

3. Teachers attitudes for children

There are some teachers attitudes for children:


First attitude : Demonstrating carry and kindness

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This attitude is regarding the personality of the teachers willingly share
emotions and feelings( enthusiasm, affection, patience, sadness,
disapproval) as well as sincere interest and care about their students.
Communication is also valued in classrooms and feelings are openly
expressed by both the children and teachers.
Second attitude : Sharing responsibility
This attitude focuses on the ability of the teacher to establish a shared
environment. An effective teacher must not be overly possessive or
need complete control of the children and environment. It is important
to allow students both responsibility and freedom within the classroom
community. Both the teachers and students need to contribute to the
learning environment for a relationship of closeness and acceptance to
develop.
Third attitude : Sensitively accepting diversity
This attitude deals with empathy and the importance of understanding
your students. Sensitivity, acceptance, and encouragement are critical
when approaching the issues associated with the diversity of the
children. Effective teachers understood their students without analyzing
or judging. They have the ability to make each child feel special by
verbally sharing individual compliments in front of the class.
Fourth attitude : Fostering individualized instruction
This attitude discusses the ability to provide meaningful learning
opportunities for all students.
Fifth attitude : Encouraging creativity
This attitude stresses the importance of stimulating the students
creativity. Effective teachers are open to students way of being
imaginative and also utilize many approaches to learning. Students
appreciate and are personally motivated when teachers design lessons
that consider their interests, skills and needs.

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4. The Students Learning Style

All children have unique learning styles.


Students gain strong benefits when their teachers
and Learning Coaches recognize their strengths
and weaknesses as learners. Howard Gardner, a
psychologist and professor of neuroscience at
Harvard, developed one theory in 1983.
Gardner defines intelligence not as an IQ but,
rather, as the skills that enable anyone to gain
new knowledge and solve problems.
Picture 2
Source: https://vienlly18.blogspot.co.id

Gardner proposed that there are several different types of


intelligences, or learning styles:

Table 2.3
The Students Learning Style
The Several of
No Students Learning Explanation
Style
1 Verbal-Linguistic People who possess this learning style learn best
(Word Smart) through reading, writing, listening, and speaking.
Verbal students absorb information by engaging
with reading materials and by discussing and
debating ideas.
2 Logical- Those who exhibit this type of intelligence learn
Mathematical by classifying, categorizing, and thinking
(Logic Smart) abstractly about patterns, relationships, and
numbers.
3 Visual-Spatial These people learn best by drawing or visualizing
(Picture Smart) things using the minds eye. Visual people learn
the most from pictures, diagrams, and other
visual aids.
4 Auditory-Musical Students who are music smart learn using rhythm
(Music Smart) or melody, especially by singing or listening to
music.

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5 Bodily-Kinesthetic Body-smart individuals learn best through touch
(Body Smart) and movement. These people are best at
processing information through the body.
Sometimes kinesthetic learners work best
standing up and moving rather than sitting still.
6 Interpersonal Those who are people smart learn through
(People Smart) relating to others by sharing, comparing, and
cooperating. Interpersonal learners can make
excellent group leaders and team players.
7 Intrapersonal (Self Intrapersonal-intelligent people learn best by
Smart) working alone and setting individual goals.
Intrapersonal learners are not necessarily shy;
they are independent and organized.
8 Naturalistic (Nature Naturalistic learn by working with nature.
Smart) Naturalistic students enjoy learning about living
things and natural events. They may excel in the
sciences and be very passionate about
environmental issues.

All of these learning styles indicate different ways of interacting with


the world. Everyone has some degree of each, but each person favors
certain learning styles. This is significant because when your child prefers
one learning style over another, it affects his or her success. Imagine that
your child is tackling a written essay or report. Have him or her consider
different methods by taking advantage of his or her strongest learning style:
- Logical-Mathematical. Use a graphic organizer such as a web or story
map to categorize and organize thoughts before writing. An outline is a
written version of a graphic organizer.
- Visual-Spatial. Draw or design the subject of the piece, and then write or
create the written draft. Details in the drawing will lead to details in the
writing.
- Auditory-Musical. Listen to background music to block out other,
distracting sounds.

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EXERCISES

Exercise 1
Based on the text above, Please choose the best answer by giving the cross
mark in the letter T if the statement is True and the letter F is the statement
is False!

1. The teachers are good educators if they know about the problems the
student, subject matter, and learning environment (.)
2. A good teacher just concerns to develop their students (.)
3. One of the important characteristics of a good teacher is humor that can
make students more enjoyable in the class (.)
4. Each the students have the different way of the learning style ()
5. One of the learning styles of the students is Bodily kinesthetic that can
make the students more interesting of the picture (.)

Exercise 2
Match these sentences below!

1. There are sharing responsibility,


demonstrating carry and kindness.
a. The teachers
2. They should know about their own ability.
b. Verbal Linguistics
3. She or he has more responsibility toward
their student. c. Characteristic

4. The teachers have to understand of the


d. Teachers attitude
students problem.

5. All children have unique learning style; one e. The students


of the learning styles is can make the children
smart in using the word.

Exercise 3
Answer the questions below!

1. How to be a good teacher based on Ramsdens opinion? Explain!


2. If the students have problems, can you explain what will you do as the
teachers?

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3. What are the definitions of good teacher according to you?
4. What is Visual spatial?
5. How to be a favorable teacher based on your opinion?

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Lists of Vocabulary

Environment : Lingkungan
Knowledge : Pengetahuan
Attitude : Sikap
Strength : Kekuatan
Weak : Lemah
Intelligent : Cerdas
Responsibility : Tanggung jawab
Encourage : Mendorong
Development : Pengembangan
Approach : Pendekatan

Finland is the country that consistently occupied the top position


for international rankings for education systems from America
because during 40 years, Finland is able to implement major
education reform such as all teachers in Finland must have a
masters degree, which is fully subsidized also teachers were
effectively given the same status as Doctors and Lawyers also

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LESSON 3
Today is Monday

Source: http://sunshine-literature.blogspot.co.id

Sub Topics :

1. Seven Days in a Week and 12 Months in a Year


2. What Day is today?
3. What Day was Yesterday?
4. What Day will be Tomorrow?

Compiled by:

Yesa Listika (2113047)


1. Seven Days in a Week and 12 Months in a Year

There are seven days in a week, they are:

There are 12 months in a year, they are:

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There are 2 types in writing 12 months in a year they are:
Type 1
Today is the first of January
It is the second of February
Today is the tirhd of March
Today is the seventh of April
It is the twentieth of May
It is the twwenty-third of June
Today is the twenty-first of July
It is tenth of August
It is eleventh of September
Today is twenty-eighth of Octobers
Today is eighteenth of November
Picture 1
It is seventeenth of December Source: https://www.vectorstock.com/royalty-free-
vector/calender-for-2011-vector-307313

Type 2
It is January the first
It is February the second
It is March the third
It is April the seventh
It is May the twenty-third
It is June the twenty-first
It is July the thirtieth
It is August the fifteenth
It is September the twenty-ninth
It is October the nineteenth
It is November the fifth
It is December the sixth
Picture 2
Source: http://freedesignfile.com/201802-cartoon-
funny-2016-calender-vector-material/

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2. What Day is Today

What is it today?
What day is today?
What day is it now?
What day do you teach English?
The entire day/All day
Day light
Each day

Dialogue 1
1. John : What is it today?
Jessica : Today is Monday.

2. Mike : What day is it today?


Nelson :Today is Saturday.

3. Smith :What day do you teach English


Chika :I teach English every Monday.

3. What Day was Yesterday?

Long time ago


Once upon a time
Yesterday was sunday

Dialogue 2
Diana : When were you born?
Michel : I was bornon June 13th 1995
And how about you Diana?
Diana : Oh, I was born on April 20th , 1995.
Michel :Oh, I see. So, you are as old as me.
Diana : Of course, we are 21 years old.

Dialogue 3
Tom : Hi Chris, what day was before Friday?
Chris : The day before Friday was Thursday.
And what day was three days before Saturday, made?
Tom : The three days before Saturday was Wednesday.

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4. What Day will be Tomorrow?

What day will be after Friday?


After Friday will be Saturday
What day will be after Sunday?
After Sunday will be Monday
What day will be two days after Wednesday?
Two days after Wednesday is Friday

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EXERCISES

Exercise 1
Complete the tables bellow. Use the correct name of month and day!

January May September February June October


March July November August April December

Months of The Year


Last month This month Next month
October November December
August
February
June
January
April
September
March
October

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday


Friday Saturday Sunday
Day of week Yesterday and tomorrow
Yesterday Today Tomorrow
Wednesday
Monday
Thursday
Tuesday
Sunday
Saturday
Friday

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Exercises 2
Reorder the name or the days and the months bellow!

Sunday

Wednesday Friday Saturday Monday Tuesday Sunday Thursday

My favorite day is .

January June July

September October November

August February May

March April December

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Lists of Vocabulary

The entire day : Sepanjang hari


Each day : Sehari
Long time ago : Dahulu kala
Once upon a time : Sekali Wktu
Was born : Lahir
As old as : Setua
As young as : Semuda
First : Pertama
Second : Kedua
Third : Ketiga

That laughter helps increase memory and learning


incorporating humor into education leads to HIGHER TEST
SCORE

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LESSON 4
It is a Nice Color

Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com

Sub topics :

1. Names of Color
2. Type of Color
3. Favorite Color
4. Describing the Color of Things

Compiled by:
Nelsen Putra Jaya (2113044)
1. Names of color

Let s read the names of color below!

RED BLUE YELLOW

PURPLE GREEN ORANGE

BLACK PINK WHITE

BROWN

2. Type of color

a. Primary color
In art, there are three primary color. These color cannot be made
by mixing other colors together. They are: red, blue, yellow.

RED BLUE YELLOW

b. Secondary color
If you mix two primary colors together, you create what is called a
secondary color. Mixing Red and Blue creates Purple; Blue and
Yellow make Green and Yellow and Red make Orange.

PURPLE GREEN ORANGE

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Conversation 1
Please, read this conversation with your partner!
Situation: Fatimah wants to eat apple.
Fatimah : What is that?
Aisyah : This is an apple.
Fatimah : What color is that apple?
Aisyah : This apple is red.
Fatimah : May I want to eat that apple? https://www.google.co.id/searc
Aisyah : Sure, here you are. h?q=gambar=gambar+benda+

Fatimah : Thank you. bewarna.

Aisyah : You are welcome.

Conversation 2
Please, read this conversation with your partner!
Situation: Eriska wants to buy a bag
Feni : Hi, Eriska?
Eriska : Hi, Feni?
Feni : What are you doing?
Eriska : I want to buy a bag,
by the way in your opinion which one
the good color?
Feni : I think black is good, because
it is simple color and suitable https://www.google.co.id/search?q

with you? =gambar=gambar+benda+bewarn


a.
Eriska : Ahh yeaahh, it is my mind., thank you feni.
Feni : You are welcome.

source: http//www.gambar-tas-warna.co.id

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3. Favorite Color

Conversation 1

Please, read this coversation with your partner!


Situation: Dwi wants to buy a motorcycle.
Dwi : Hi, Boy?
Putra : Oh, Dwi. What are you doing here?
Dwi : I want to buy a motorcycle.
Putra : Oh woww, what is your favorite color
do you want to buy?
Dwi : My favorite color is Blue.
Putra : It is very nice color.
Dwi : Thank you. source://http.gambar.co.id
Putra : You are welcome.

4. Describing the color of things

Source: http//www.gambar-benda-berwarna.co.id

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EXERCISES

Exercise 1
Complete the dialogue below!
Conversation:
Situation: Angel wants to borrow a ruler to yunita.
Angel : Hi, Yunita.
Yunita : Hi, Angel. What can I do for you?
Angel : Yunita, do you have a ruler?
Yunita : Yes, I do. I have 1.__________ rulers. Why?
Angel : May I borrow one of your rulers?
Yunita : Okey, Which one of the colors do you want?
https://www.google.co.id/search?q=g
Angel : What colors are them?
ambar=gambar+benda+bewarna.
Yunita : The colors are 2. ________________.
Angel : Okey. May I borrow the blue one?
Yunita : Okey. Here you are.
Angel : Thank you, Yunita.
Yunita : 3._________________

Exercise 2
Complete the dialogue below!
Conversation:
Situation: Metha asks Ayu about the colors of Indonesian Flag
Metha : Hi, Ayu.
Ayu : Hi, Metha.
Metha : Ayu. What are colors of Indonesian flag?
Ayu : Yes, I know. They are 1. _____________
Metha : Its my favorite color.
Ayu : Really?
Metha :Yeahh, how about you, what is your favorite color?
https://www.google.co.id/search?q=ga
Ayu : 2._______________ is orange and white mbar=gambar+benda+bewarna.
Metha : Hmm. Its nice color.
Ayu : Thank you
Metha : 3.______________

Exercise 3
Please, Mention and describe the names of colors of things above correctly!

1.______________ 2._____________ 3.______________ 4._____________

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5.______________ 6._____________ 7.______________ 8._____________

Lists of Vocabulary

Color : Warna
Nice : Bagus/ Cantik
Borrow : Meminjam
Type : Jenis
Favorite : Kesukaan
Flag : Bendera
Thing : Benda

The ancient Egyptians recorded have used colors for healing. They
worshiped the sun, they think that without light there would be no
life. They look natural and applied to aspects of their lives. They
apply the color green on the temples like grass which then grew
along the Nile. Blue is also the color that is very important to the
Egyptians, blue was the color of the sky. They built a temple for
healing through sunlight.

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LESSON 5
T

These are My
Books

Source: http://www.bradleysbookoutlet.com

Sub topics :
1. Names of the Things in the Classroom
2. Langguage Corner
3. My Classroom
4. The Things in My Bag

Compiled by:

Vahdatul Nindiana Reza (2113038)


1. Names of the Things in the Classroom

pencil = pensil drawing book = buku gambar dictionary = kamus

pen = pulpen pencil case = tempat pensil ruler = penggaris

eraser = penghapus books = buku coloring pencils = pensil warna

crayons = krayon sharpener = serutan chalks = kapur

Blackboard = Whiteboard = flower vase=vas bunga


papan tulis hitam papan tulis putih

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table = meja chair = kursi cupboard = lemari

map = peta picture = gambar drawer = laci

computer=komputer projector=proyektor bookshelves = rak buku

window=jendela door=pintu lamp=lampu

scissors= gunting trash box=kotak sampah board marker = spidol

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bag= tas shoesshelves=rak sepatu

the symbol of Garuda=lambang Garuda

The image of the President and Vice President =


Gambar Presiden dan Wakil Presiden

2. Langguage Corner

a. That - This or These Those


This shows that something is close to the speaker, that refers to
something further away. The plural of that is the these, and the plural of
that is those.
Example :
1) This is a book in my hand (near)
2) That is my fathers car over there (far)
3) These are my books (dekat)
4) Those are hers pencils over there (far)

b. There is or There are


Ruler:
1) Use There is for singular nouns (one item)

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Example : There is a dictionary on the table
2) Use There is for non-count items (group nouns)
Example: There is dust on the floor
3) Use There are for many item (plural noun)
Example: There are book on my desk

3. My classroom

Classroom
Clock

Board

Door

Bag Book
s

Table Eraser
Note
Book
Chair
Penci
l

My Lovely Classroom
This is my classroom. My classroom is very big. In my classroom there
are many chairs and tables. On tables there are books, a notebook, and a
bag. Beside a notebook there is a pencil and an eraser.
In front of the class there is a long board. Over the board there is a
red clock. Beside the board there is a door. My classroom is very clean and
I love to study in there.

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4. The Things in My Bag

Books dictionary drawing book


Ruler

Bag pencil case pencil pen eraser

Sharpenter crayons coloring pencils

This is My Bag
It is my new bag. in my bag there are many things. There are books,
a dictionary, a drawing book, a ruler and a pencil case. In my pencil case
there is a pencil, a pen an eraser, a sharpener, a crayons and a coloring
pencils. I love to draw so my favorite in my bag are drawing book and
crayon.

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EXERCISES

Exercise 1
Choose the correct answer by croosing (X) A, B, C or D!

1. A: What it is?
B: It is a........

a. Pencil c. Whiteboard
b. Blackboard d. Cupboard

2. This is a......

a. Pen c. Pencil
b. Book d. Ruler

3. Look at the picture. It is not a scissors, but it is....

a. Crayon c. Ruler
b. Sharpenter d. Chair

4. These are........

a. Books c. Tables
b. Pencils d. Rulers
c.

5. These are.....tables
a. Three c. Six
b. Five d. Nine

6. .......... a books

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a. This is c. That are
b. These are d. Those is

7. ...............is a lamp

a. This c. These
b. That d. Those

8. ......................seven crayon on the table


a. There is c. This is
b. There are d. That is

9. These ...... ten apples


a. Is c. Am
b. Are d. This

10. This is .....scissors

a. an c. three
b. a d. two

Exercise 2
Complete the sentence using a verb from the box in the appropriate form.

Beside There are door


Whiteboard a teacher

My classroom
This is my classroom. .............. many things in my classroom. Miss
Jesica is ................ .She is very nice. Miss Jesica writes on the................ .
She is in front of the class. There are twenty students in my class. I sit in
front of the Miss Jesicas desk. Mickel is ........... me. Mickel sits between
Ambar and Victoria. There is a beautifull picture beside the whiteboard. We
put broom behind the ......... and the napkin near Miss Jesicas desk. Our
class is clean and tidy. I love my classroom and my friends.

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Lists of Vocabulary

Blackboard : Papan tulis hitam


Blackboard eraser : Penghapus papan tulis
Book : Buku
Bookcase : Lemari Buku
Bulletin board : Papan Pengumuman
Calendar : Kalender
Chair : Kursi
Chalk : Kapur
Clock : Jam
Computer : Komputer
Desk : Meja Tulis
Dictionary : Kamus
Eraser : Penghapus
Map : Peta
Notebook : Buku Tulis

Bees have 5 eyes. There are 3 small eyes on the top of a bees
head and 2 larger ones in front.

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LESSON 6
Lets Sing!

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Sub topics :

1. Sing a Song Bingo by Using Good


Pronunciations and Understand New
Vocabularies
2. Remember a Song : Rain Rain Go Away
3. Find Synonym and Antonym of Adjectives from
the Lyrics of the Song The Family

Compiled by:

Hanna Pipit Dyah Adinda (2113046)


1. Sing a Song Bingo by Using Good Pronunciations and Understand
New Vocabularies

Instruction: Hello kids, do you like a dog? Here it is. Lets sing Bingo song
by using good pronunciations based on key pronunciations given, and then
understand the meanings of song lyrics. Dont forget to clap your hands!
Track 1
BINGO

Picture 1
Source: http://www.clipartkid.com/cartoon-dog-cliparts/

There was a farmer who had a dog,


And Bingo was his name-o.
B-I-N-G-O
B-I-N-G-O
B-I-N-G-O
And Bingo was his name-o.
There was a farmer who had a dog,
And Bingo was his name-o.
(clap)-I-N-G-O
(clap)-I-N-G-O
(clap)-I-N-G-O
And Bingo was his name-o.

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There was a farmer who had a dog,
And Bingo was his name-o.
(clap)-(clap)-N-G-O
(clap)-(clap)-N-G-O
(clap)-(clap)-N-G-O
And Bingo was his name-o.
There was a farmer who had a dog,
And Bingo was his name-o.
(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-G-O
(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-G-O
(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-G-O
And Bingo was his name-o.
There was a farmer who had a dog,
And Bingo was his name-o.
(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-O
(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-O
(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-O
And Bingo was his name-o.
There was a farmer who had a dog,
And Bingo was his name-o.
(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-(clap)
(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-(clap)
(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-(clap)-(clap)
And Bingo was his name-o.

Table 6.1
Vocabulary Builder and Pronunciation Practice
Words Phonetic Transcriptions Meanings
There /THr/ Disana
Was /wz/ BE
Sebuah, Seekor,
A //
Seorang.
Farmer /farmr/ Petani
Who /huw/ Siapa, yang.
Had /hd/ Mempunyai
Dog /dag/ Anjing
And /nd/ Dan
His /hiz/ -nya, kepunyaannya(lk)
Name /neim/ Nama

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2. Remember a Song : Rain Rain Go Away

Insruction: Have you cant play because of the rain dear? Lets listen to the
song Rain Rain Go Away, and then sing the song in front of the class to
make the rain go away. Dont forget to do the hands movement dear!
Track 2

RAIN RAIN GO AWAY

Picture 2
Source: https://www.pexels.com/search/rain/

Rain, rain, [Move your fingers down like falling rain.]


go away. [Push your hands out, as if you were pushing the rain
away.]
Come again another day. [Make a "come here" motion with your
hands.]
Little ChuChu wants to play. [Hold up your hand showing all five
fingers and point to your thumb.]
Rain, rain, go away. [Move your fingers down and then push away
the rain.]

Rain, rain,
go away.
Come again another day.
Little ChaCha wants to play. [Hold up your hand showing all five
fingers and point to your index finger.]
Rain, rain, go away.

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Rain, rain,
go away.
Come again another day.
Little Chiku wants to play. [Hold up your hand showing all five
fingers and point to your middle finger.]
Rain, rain, go away.

Rain, rain,
go away.
Come again another day.
Little Chika wants to play. [Hold up your hand showing all five
fingers and point to your ring finger.]
Rain, rain, go away.

Rain, rain,
go away.
Come again another day.
All the friends want to play. [Hold up your hand and wiggle all five
fingers.]
Rain, rain, go away.

3. Find Synonym and Antonym of Adjectives from the Lyrics of the Song
The Family

Instruction: Hi kind students, do you love your family? Lets sing The
Family song together. Then, find the adjective words and make synonym
and antonym of each word. Enjoy it dear!
Track 3
THE FAMILY

Picture 3
Source: https://www.vectorstock.com/royalty-free-vectors/family-cartoon-vectors

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This is mama, kind and dear
This is papa, standing near
This is brother, see how tall
This is sister, not so tall
This is baby, sweet and small
These, the family, one and all

This is mama, kind and dear


This is papa, standing near
This is brother, see how tall
This is sister, not so tall
This is baby, sweet and small
These, the family, one and all

Find the words and put here dear!


Table 6.2
Synonym and Antonym Words.
No. Word Synonym Antonym
1 Small (Kecil) Little Big (Besar)
2 ...................... ...................... ......................
3 ...................... ...................... ......................

4 ...................... ...................... ......................


5 ...................... ...................... ......................
6 ...................... ...................... ......................
7 ...................... ...................... ......................
8 ...................... ...................... ......................
9 ...................... ...................... ......................
10 ...................... ...................... ......................

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EXERCISES

Picture 4
Source : http://www.clipartkid.com/students-write-cliparts/

Do you enjoy the songs kids?


Now, lets continue to listen to the songs and sing together,
and then do the exercises below!

1. Gap Filling Activity


Instruction: Hello kids! Do you know Ali Baba? Lets hear the story of
Ali Baba in this song and dont forget to fill in the blank with the lyrics
that you hear!
Track 4

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ALIBABA'S FARM

Picture 5
Source: http://kingofwallpapers.com/write.html

Ali ba ba he has a ______ farm


On his farm he has some little _______
Baa baa cry his little lambs
On the ______ of ali ba ba
Ali ba ba he has a little farm
On his farm he has _______ little cows
Moo moo cry his little cows
On the farm of ali ba ba
Ali ba ba he ____ a little farm
On his farm he has some little pigs
Oink oink _____ his little pigs
On the _____ of ali ba ba

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2. Recording Words
Instruction: Hi Dear, have you brushed your teeth correctly? Lets sing a
song This is the Way together and show the way of brush the teeth,
then please rearrange the jumbled lyrics based on the song that you
have heard!
Track 5
THIS IS THE WAY

Picture 6
Source : http://www.clipartkid.com/students-brush-cliparts/

our-way-this-the-wash-we-face-is
our-wash-face, our-wash-face
our-way-this-the-wash-we-face-is
in-so-morning-early-the
our-way-this-the-comb-we-hair-is
our-comb-hair, our-comb-hair
our-way-this-the-comb-we-hair-is
in-so-morning-early-the

our-way-this-the-brush-we-teeth-is

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our-brush-teeth, our-brush-teeth
our-way-this-the-brush-we-teeth-is
in-so-morning-early-the

our-way-on-this-the-put-we-clothes-is
our-put-clothes-on, our-put-clothes-on
our-way-on-this-the-put-we-clothes-is
in-so-morning-early-the

3. Find the Meaning of Song Lyrics


Instruction: Hi kind students, lets enter to the bus and sing The Bus
Song together. After that, find the meaning of words in the list below
and match with the picture!
Track 6
THE BUS SONG

Picture 7
Source: https://www.pexels.com/search/wheels-on-the-bus/

The wheels on the bus go round and round


Round and round, round and round
The wheels on the bus go round and round
All day long.

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The bell on the bus goes "Ping, ping, ping,
Ping, ping, ping, ping, ping, ping"
The bell on the bus goes " Ping, ping, ping,"
All day long.

The horn on the bus goes "Beep, beep, beep


Beep, beep, beep, beep, beep, beep"
The horn on the bus goes "Beep, beep, beep"
All day long.

The wipers on the bus go "Swish, swish, swish,


Swish, swish, swish, swish, swish, swish"
The wipers on the bus go "Swish, swish, swish"
All day long.

The people on the bus go up and down


up and down, up and down
The people on the bus go up and down
All day long.

The wheels on the bus go round and round


Round and round, round and round
The wheels on the bus go round and round
All day long.
The wheels on the bus go round and round
All day long.

Table 6.3
Exercise
Words Meaning Picture
Bus

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Bell

Horn

Wipers

People

Wheels

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Lists of Vocabulary

Kind : Baik Farmer : Petani


Dear : Sayang Dog : Anjing
Standin : Berdiri Name : Nama
g : Dekat Rain : Hujan
Near : Melihat Come : Datang
See : Tinggi Want : Ingin
Tall : Manis Play : Bermain
Sweet : Kecil Again : Lagi
Small : Babi Another : Lainnya
Pig : Cara Go : Pergi
Way : Kita Away : Jauh
We : Mencuci Day : Hari
Wash : Wajah Daddy : Ayah
Face : Sisir Mommy : Ibu
Comb : Rambut Brother : Saudara
Hair : Orang-orang Sister : Saudari
People : Panjang Baby : Bayi
Long : Naik All : Semua
Up : Turun Family : Keluarga
Down : Bulat Brush : Menyikat
Round : Bis Teeth : Gigi
Bus : Meletakan Horn : Tanduk
Put : Baju Wipers : Penyka
Clothes : Ban Bell : Lonceng
Wheels

If you try to say the alphabet without moving your lips or tongue
every letter will sound the same.

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LESSON 7
Our body

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Sub Topics :

1. Parts of Body
2. Parts of Face
3. Parts of Leg
4. Parts of Hand

Compiled by:

All members
1. Parts of Body

Picture 1
Source: https://www.scribd.com/doc.pdf

Look at the following table about parts of body:

Table 7.1
Parts of Body
Parts of Body Phonetic Transcription Meaning
Head /hed/ Kepala
Forehead /f:hed/ Dahi/Kening
Hair /he(r)/ Rambut
Eye Brow /abra/ Alis
Eye /a/ Mata
Nose /nz/ Hidung

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Ear /(r)/ Telinga
Cheek /ti:k/ Pipi
Chin /tn/ Dagu
Tooth /tu:/ Gigi
Mouth /ma/ Mulut
Neck /nek/ Leher
Hand /hnd/ Tangan
Chest /test/ Dada
Finger /fig(r)/ Jari Tangan
Shoulder /ld(r)/ Bahu
Wrist /rst/ Pergelangan Tangan
Elbow /elb/ Siku
Waist /west/ Pinggang
Knee /ni:/ Lutut
Foot /ft/ Kaki
Toe /t/ Jari Kaki

2. Parts of Face

There are many parts of face, they are:

Table 7.2
Parts of Face
Parts of Face Phonetic Transcription Meaning
Head /hed/ Kepala
Hair /he(r)/ Rambut
Forehead /f:hed/ Dahi
Crown of The Head /kran v hed/ Ubun-Ubun
Temple /templ/ Pelipis
Eye /a/ Mata
Nose /nz/ Hidung
Mouth /ma/ Mulut
Tongue /tng/ Lidah
Tooth /tu:/ Gigi
Chin /tn/ Dagu
Cheek ti:k/ Pipi
Nape of The Neck /nep v nek/ Tengkuk

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Ear /(r)/ Telinga
Pupil /pju:pl/ Biji Mata
Iris /ars/ Selaput Mata
Jaw /d:/ Rahang
Gum /gm/ Gusi
Bridge of The Nose /brd/ Batang Hidung
Tongue /tng/ Lidah
Lip /lp/ Bibir
Nostril /nstrl/ Lubang Hidung
Eyebrow /abra/ Alis Mata

Come on kids; lets see the function of our body!

Teeth

A tooth is used to bite some foods. Eye

We look at some beautiful scene with our eyes.

Nose

Nose is used to smell something. Ear

Ear is used to hear some sounds.

Tongue

Tongue is used to taste the foods and drinks.

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Mouth

Mouth is used to eat and drink

Hand

Hand is used to hold the things.

Leg

Leg is used to walk and run.

Come on, lets see the picture below, mention it one by one and show
yours!

Picture 2
Source: https://www.easypacelearning.com

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3. Parts of Leg

Table 7.3
Parts of Leg
Phonetic
Parts of Leg Meaning
Transcription
Thigh /a/ Paha
Knee /ni:/ Lutut
Calf /ka:f/ Betis
Ankle /kl/ Pergelangan Kaki
Heel /hi:l/ Tumit
Sole /sl/ Telapak Kaki
Toe Nail /t nel/ Kuku Kaki
Big Toe /bg t/ Jempol Kaki
Foot /ft/ Kaki
Arch of The Foot /a:t v ft/ Lengkungan Kaki
Instep /nstep/ Kura-Kura Kaki

The following are some parts of leg you have mentioned above:

Picture 3
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4. Parts of Hand
Table 7.4
Parts of Hand
Parts of Hand Phonetic Meaning
Transcription
Finger Nail /fig(r) nel/ Kuku Tangan
Wrist /rst/ Pergelangan Tangan
Palm /pa:m/ Telapak Tangan
Thumb /m/ Ibu Jari
Fore Finger /f:(r) fig(r)/ Telunjuk
Middle Finger /mdl fig(r)/ Jari Tengah
Ring Finger /r fig(r)/ Jari Manis
Little Finger /ltl fig(r)/ Jari Kelingking

Middle
Ring Finger
Finger

Fore Finger Little Finger

Palm
Thumb

Wrist

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EXERCISES

Exercise 1
Cross (x) the correct answer!

Exercise 2
Fill in the blank with the correct word in the box!
1. Misti always clean her before eat.
Nose Ears
2. . is used to walk.
Hand Leg
Nail

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3. A good student cut her ..every week.
4. We smell some food by our ..
5. Brandon listens to the music by his ..

Exercise 3
Rearrange the alphabet to be a correct word!
1. O S N E = .
2. R A M = ..
3. G E I F N R S = ..
4. U T M O H = ..
5. E H F R O D E A = ..
6. A N D H = ..
7. E G L = ..
8. S T O E = ..
9. K C E H E = ..
10. N K E E = ..

Exercise 4
Match the parts of body and their function!

1.

a. To look at some beautiful scene


2.

b. To bite some foods

3.
c. To smell something

d. To eat and drink


4.

e. To hear some sounds

5.
f.

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Lists of Vocabulary

Smell : Mencium
Scene : Pemandangan
Sounds : Suara
Bite : Menggigit
Nail : Kuku
Something : Sesuatu
Foods : Makanan
Look : Melihat
Some : Beberapa

The Eiffel tower in Paris weighs over 1000 elephants

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LESSON 8
I Love You, Daddy

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Sub topics :

1. Introduction by Describing Family Members


2. Telling A Story About One of Family Members
3. Drawing Family Tree
4. The Relationship within Family Members
5. The Character of Every Member in Family
6. Differentiate Between Small Family and Big
Family

Compiled by:

Made Sri Damayanti (2113067)


1. Introduction by Describing Family Members

Lets see the following table and remember the words!


Table 8.1
Family Members
Phonetic
Family Members Meaning
Transcription
Father /fa:(r)/ Ayah
Mother /m(r)/ Ibu
Brother /br(r)/ Saudara Laki-laki
Sister /sst/ Saudara Perempuan
Son /sn/ Anak Laki-laki
Daughter /drt(r)/ Anak Perempuan
Child/Children /tald/ : /tldrn/ Anak-Anak
Parents /pernts/ Orang Tua
Stepfather /stepfa:(r)/ Ayah Tiri
Stepmother /stepm(r)/ Ibu Tiri
Grandparents /grnpernts/ Kakek dan Nenek
Grandfather /grnfa:(r)/ Kakek
Grandmother /grnm(r)/ Nenek
Grandchild/Grandchildren /grntald/: Cucu
/grntldrn/
Husband /hzbnd/ Suami
Wife /waf/ Istri
Uncle /kl/ Paman
Aunt /a:nt/ Bibi
Cousin /kzn/ Sepupu
Nephew /nefju:/ Kemenakan Laki-laki
Niece /ni:s/ Kemenakan Perempuan
Brother-in-law /br(r)-n-l:/ Saudara Ipar Laki-Laki
Sister-in-law /sst-n-l:/ Saudara Ipar Perempuan

Example:
My name is Bela
My fathers name is Pandu
My mothers name is Arta
My brothers name is Hadi
My brother is in third grade
I love my family
Picture 1
Source: http://4.bp.blogspot.com/family.jpe

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2. Telling a Story About One of Family Members

In a family, there are father, mother, son, daughter, and another


member. You can tell one of your families by describing all about him/her.
Example:
Uncle Danu
I have an uncle. His name is Uncle Danu
Uncle Danu is the younger brother of my father
He is very funny
When he tells me a story
I always happy Picture 2
Source: https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images

3. Drawing Family Tree

Family tree is a tree that explains the relationship within your family
member. If you know your family tree, you will also know the relationship
between you and your grandparents, you and your cousin, and other
family members.

Example:

Mr. John Mrs. Mela


Mrs. Mela

Mrs. Emerald Mr. Andi Mrs. Cika Mr. Leo

Riri William Dodi

Picture 3
Source: http://www.colourbox.com/preview/cartoon.jpg

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From the family tree above, you can describe the relationship within
your family members as follows:
1. Mr. John is Mr. Andi and Mrs. Cikas father
2. Mrs. Emerald is Mr. Andis wife
3. Mr. Andi is Mrs. Cikas brother
4. Mr. Leo and Mrs. Cika have two sons
5. Mr. Andi is Mr. Leos brother-in-law
6. Mrs. Emerald is Mrs. Cikas sister-in-law
7. Riri, William, and Dodi are cousin
8. Mr. John and Mrs. Mela are Riris grandparents
9. Mr. Leo is Dodis father
10. Mrs. Mela is Williams grandmother

4. The Relationship within Family Members

Of course, there are relationship within family members one and


another. So, you must know the relationship within family members.
Example:
- My mothers Mom called (Grandmother)
- My mothers child called .. (Brother)
- My fathers sister called .. (Aunt)
- My uncles son called (Cousin)
- My fathers wife called . (Mother)

5. The Character of Every Family Members

Every member in your family has their own character. So that, the
familys goal will run well.
Example:

Go to work Me

Study Hard Father

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Cooking in the
Kitchen Brother

Take a Rest in
House Mother

Keep the Sister Grandparents


Safe

6. Differentiate Between Small Family and Big Family

Small family consists of father, mother, and children. But the big family
consists of father, mother, children, aunt, uncle, grandmother, grandfather,
and so on.
Example 1:
My name is Dilla.
I have no brother or sister.
My fathers name is Budi
And my mothers name is Mila.
We are a small family.
Picture 4
Source: https://retnodamayanthi.files.wordpress.com/family.jpg

Example 2:
My name is Ardi.
I have two brothers and one sister.
I also have two aunties and two uncles.
I have three cousins.
My grandparents live near my house.
We are a big family. Picture 5
Source: https://thumbs.dreamstime.com/happy.jpg

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EXERCISES

Exercise 1
Cross (x) for the best answer below!

1. The father of your father is called


a. Grandfather
b. Uncle
c. Cousin
2. You and your aunts son is .
a. Aunt
b. Mother
c. Cousin
3. My grandmother is .
a. My mothers child
b. My aunts child
c. My mothers mom
4. My aunts children are called ..
a. Cousins
b. Brothers
c. Fathers
5. My brothers daughter is called
a. Niece
b. Nephew
c. Cousin

Exercise 2
Match these sentences below with the correct words in each column!

Goes to Wife
Work
Brother
Uncles School

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1. My . always protect me whenever and wherever I am.
2. Reka and her sister study together after ..
3. Ganis father .. every Monday morning.
4. Prita visits her cousin in her house every morning.
5. Mrs. Ariana is Mr. Fahmis ..

Exercise 3
Fill in the blanks by looking at the family tree below!

1. Helen is .. grandmother
2. Jennifer and Timmy are Jacks .
3. Frank is husband.
4. Alan and Timmy are
5. Nancy is daughter.
6. Jack is Nancys
7. Walter and Helen have . children
8. Jennifers grandparents are ..
9. Frank is .. brother-in-law.
10. Nancy is sister.

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Exercise 4
Answer the questions below correctly!

a. Make your own family tree!


b. Do you have brother?
c. How many brothers do you have?
d. Do you have sister?
e. How many sisters do you have?
f. Do you have cousin?
g. How many cousins do you have?
h. Do you have aunt?
i. How many aunts do you have?
j. Do you have uncle?
k. How many uncles do you have?

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Lists of Vocabulary

Daddy : Ayah
Love : Mencintai
Take a Rest : Istirahat
Protect : Melindungi
Member : Anggota
Story : Cerita
Drawing : Menggambar
Another : Yang lain
Describing : Mendeskripsikan
Within : Didalam
Relationship : Hubungan
Consist of : Terdiri dari
Of Course : Tentu saja
Differentiate : Membedakan
Tree : Pohon
Character : Ciri / Sifat
And so on : Dan lain-lain
But : Namun / Tetapi
Tell : Menceritakan

Elephant is an animal that has a higher emotional level.


Because of its higher emotional level, there was an elephant
which died because of broken heart, its name is Aisha.
Besides, an elephant will able to make a quite earthquake
when they are falling in love.

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LESSON 9
Fantastic!

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Sub topics :

1. Expressions of Compliments and the Expressions


of Giving Compliments
2. How to Give Compliments
3. How to Respond Compliments

Compiled by:

Metha Wulandari (2113043)


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1. Expressions of Compliments and the Expressions of Giving Compliments

Expression of compliment is an expression that we say to express or


give praise to someone else. So, expression of compliment is given by
someone to another people when he/she was surprised something
extraordinary, good, wonderful or someone has done
something that is
considered beyond the
ability.
How to ask for compliments?

What do you think of my new......?


I think........ suit me. Dont you?
Do you like my new....? Picture 1
source:http//wwww.ericmroberts.com

2. How to Give Compliments

1) Formulas for Giving Compliments

Many compliments can be


created by following one
of these formulas:

a. Your + Noun Phrase +


is/looks + (really) + Adjective

Your dress is really elegant.


Your hair looks great!

Picture 2 b. I + (really) + like/love + Noun


source:http//www.gambarzoom.com
Phrase

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I really like your earrings.
I love this vegetable soup!

c. This/That + is + (really) + Adjective + Noun Phrase

This is a really nice painting.


Thats an awesome car.

Picture 3
Source:http://www.dreamstime.com

d. What a/an + Adjective + Noun Phrase

What a lovely apartment!


What a cute puppy!
What a beautiful picture!
What a clever boy!
What a big room!
Picture 4
Source: http://www.qtaarliving.com

e. How + Adjective + Noun Phrase

How clever you are!


How a beautiful flower is!
How delicious food!
How perfect !

Picture 5
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3. How to Respond Compliments

However actually there are other expressions can be used as


compliment, and below are some expressions of compliment and its
response.

Table 9.1
Expressions Of Compliments and the Responses
Expressions of compliments Responses of compliments
o Youre doing great/you did o Thank you
great.. o Do you think so ?
o What a (beautiful, lovely, o Thanks. I need that
etc) o Thank you so much
o It look good on you o Thanks a lot
o I think you look good in. o Its very kind of you say that
o I love
o Its very/so o it is nice/kind of you to say
o Great! so/that
o I (really) like your. o Im glad you like it
o I think you are very great o Thank you. Its nice of you to
o Thats a (nice, lovely, good, say so
etc.) o Thanks but, really isnt
o You look (good, handsome, anything special
beautiful, wonderful, etc.).. o Thank you. Yours is even
o You are (really) good nicer
o Youre wonderful on o Really?
o What a nice dress! o It is nothing.
o You look very o Youve my day
nice/beautiful/handsome.
o I really must express my
admiration for your dance.
o Good grades!
o Excellent!
o Nice work!
o Good job!
o Fantastic!
o Marvelous!
o Thats nice!
o Thats no bad!
o Perfect!
o You look great!
o I really must express my Picture 6
Source:http//www.cyberspaceandtime.com
admiration for your.....

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Examples
Lets practice your English speaking!

1) Phrases for complimenting a persons clothes/appearance

You look nice.


You look amazing!
This phrase is usually used for very special
occasions, like when someone is dressed in
especially elegant clothing for a formal
banquet.
What a lovely necklace!
I like your shirt where did you get it?
I love your shoes. Are they new?
That color looks great on you. (or:
You look great in blue) Pcture 7
I like your new haircut. Source:http//www.clipart.com

2) Phrases for complimenting someones cooking Source:http://www.clipartkids.com

The lasagna is delicious.


This soup is very tasty.
tasty = delicious
Youre a fantastic cook.
Did you make this from scratch?
From scratch means from basic/original ingredients, not using pre-prepared
foods
Youve got to give me the recipe for this chicken dish!
The cherry pie is out of this world.
Out of this world means VERY good, incredible, wonderful
That was delicious. My compliments to the chef!
You can say this at the end of the meal. In this case, the chef is not referring
to a professional, but instead to the person who cooked the food

Picture 8
Source:http://www.easyfreeclipart.com

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Read the Dialogues below !

Dialogue 1
Situation: Marsya is wearing a new T-shirt. She meet her friend, lham. Ilham
admires marsyas T-shirt.
Ilham : Thats a nice and cute T-shirt you are
wearing.
Marsya : I appreciate your compliment.
it was a birthday present from my mother.
Ilham :Where did your mother buy it?
Marsya :My mother that said that she had
bough it for me when she was in singapore.
Ilham : You look beautiful with that expensive
T-shirt.
Marsya : Thank you. but, this is really cheap
T-shirt. Picture 9
Source:http//www.stpaulsschool.com

Dialogue 2
Situation: Randy got new information that jaelani won a competition. So he ask him
directly.

Randy : Hello, Lani. How are you doing?


Jaelani : Im very well, thanks. What about you?
Randy : Pretty good, Jael. By the way I heard from
Jim that you won the English Competition
last week.
Jaelani : Yes, I did.
Randy : That was awesome man. Excellent!
Jaelani : Thank you. Would you want some ice cream?
Ill treat you.
Randy : It sounds good. Lets go.
Picture 10
Source:http://www.wortham.suffolk.sch.uk

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EXERCISES

Exercise 1
Fill in the blanks with the correct answer by using the words in the box !

Situation: Jason admires Andin Sweater.

Jason : (1) today, Andin.

Andin : So do you
Jason : (2) , is it new ?
Andin : Yes, it is
Jason : (3) !. Where did you get it ?
Andin : Thanks a lot. I got it at Macys,(4) ________ .

You look wonderful The color suits with you. Perfect


What a nice sweater Its very kind for you to say that

Exercise 2
Fill in the blanks with the correct answer by using the words in the box !

Situation: Pandu drives his modified motorcycle and he meets his friend
Harsya.

Harsya : (5) you have, Pandu.


Pandu : (6) I just finished modifying it.
Harsya : You mean this is the old motorcycle that you used to drive
to school?.
Pandu : Yes, it is.
Harsya : It looks a lot different. What did you to do it?.
Pandu : Not much, I had it paint with a brighter colour and add
some new accessories.
Harsya : (7) !.
Pandu : (8) .

What a great motorcycle Thanks a lot


Great job Thanks but, really isnt anything special.

Exercise 3
Choose A, B, C, or D as the best answer!
1. Alan : Did you know ? Jack got 10 for his English.
Bill : Wow ! ......................
a. Im sorry to hear that. c. Yes, he is.
b. How are you ? d. How intelligent.

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2. Peter : Look at the preety girl over there.
John : .........................
a. Wow. How beautiful sheis. d. Did you come here
b. How old are you ? yesterday?
c. Are you very tired?
3. Anna : Are you doing your homework tommorow?
Nisa : No, Im not. I did it two days ago.
Anna : Really ? ........................
a. How nice it is. c. How are you today?
b. How quickly youdid it! d. Lets go to the canteen
4. Ratih : How often does Steven practise his English ?
Tony : He practise English every day.
Ratih : Oh, really? .............................
a. What do you do? c. What a diligent student!
b. You are dilligent. d. I like English.
5. Nadia : What are you doing this weekend?
Linda : Im going to the beach with my friends.
Nadia : ............................
a. How tall you are. c. What did they do ?
b. How beautiful she is. d. What an interesting plan.
6. Linda : Im very hungry.
Mila : Why dont you eat this bread ?
Nadia : ..............................
a. What delicious bread. c. How much is the cake ?
b. It is bread. d. Do you always buy the food ?
7. Lissa : The students always arrive early in the morning at school
every day.
Bella : They are never late.
Aulia : Do they ? ..............................
a. How nice you are. d. Our English teacher is very
b. What dilligent students. smart.
c. The students are very
tall.
8. Look at the baby .................
a. My friend has got a baby c. He is so cute.
boy. d. Does she have a baby ?
b. It is very hot outside.
9. Paul : Have you read this novel ?
Eric : Yes, I have. Id love it. ..................
a. How diligent you are. b. Do you have any money ?

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c. How often do you go to the d. It is such an interesting novel !
bookstore ?
10. Anton : How was the food ?
Lina : .............................
a. I was such delicious food. b. No, I dont.
c. Yes, of course. d. Im afraid I cant.

Exercise 4
Look at the phrases and match them to the correct situation!

1. You compliment someone on their appearance ________


2. You say nice things about your friends dress ________
3. Your colleague is very fashionable and well dressed ________
4. Your friend has just passed an important exam ________
5. Your brother has gotten an award ________
6. You thank your friend for their compliment ________

a. You look great!


b. Thank you very much for your
compliment
c. Congratulations!
d. What a nice dress!
e. You are looking glamorous
f. Well done!

Picture 14
Source:http://www.123rf.com

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Lists of Vocabulary

Appearance : Penampilan
Appreciate : Menghargai
Bright : Terang
Delicious : Lezat
Earring : Anting-anting
Elegant : kemewahan
Extraordinary : Luar biasa
Haircut : Potongan Rambut
Intelligent : Cerdas
Passed : Dilewati

There are only 4 words in the English language which end in


'dous' (they are: hazardous, horrendous, stupendous and
tremendous)

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LESSON 10
I Want to Be a
Doctor

Source: http://www.clipartpanda.com/categories/professional-clip-art

Sub Topics :

1. Mention Kinds of Job


2. Telling My Dream
3. Telling Someones Job

Compiled by:

Rando
English for Primary Teacher Education Study Efriansyah
Program (2113022)75
(Rando)
1. Mention kinds of job

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2. Telling my Dream

You can tell your dream by using I want to be ... or I want to


become ...
Examples :
a. I want to be a Police
b. I want to be a Chef
c. I want to be a Doctor
d. I want to become a Pilot
e. I want to become a President

3. Telling someones Job

You can tell someones Job as the form below


*Laki-Laki : He is + a/an +Job
He is a Entertainer ( Dia(L) adalah seorang Artis/Penghibur)
He is a Writer ( Dia(L) adalah seorang Penulis)

*Perempuan : She is + a/an + Job


She is a Lecturer ( Dia(P) adalah seorang Dosen)
She is a Nurse ( Dia(P) adalah seorang Perawat)

*Name : Name is + a/an + Job


Arya is a Student ( Arya adalah seorang Pelajar)
Rando is a Painter ( Rando adalah seorang Pelukis)
Note : L(Laki-laki) / P(Perempuan)

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EXERCISES

Exercise 1
Direction : Match the jobs with their descriptions below!

1. ______ is a person who teach in the school


2. ______ is a person who work in a Hospital
3. ______ is a person who flies a Plane
4. ______ is a person who drive a Ship
5. ______ is a person who catch and throw thief to jail
6. ______ is a person who lead a School
7. ______ is a person who take picture
8. ______ is a person who catch fish
9. ______ is a person who cook in a Kitchen
10. ______ is a person who work in a Farm

Exercise 2
Direction : Cross a line to the right answer!
1. Hoe (cangkul) PILOT
2. Fishing Rod (pancingan) POLICE
3. Gun (pistol) FARMER
4. Plane (pesawat) DRIVER
5. Car (mobil) FISHERMAN

Exercise 3
Direction : fill in the blanks the suitable places of a job below!

(Hospital) (Farm) (Sea) (School) (Police Office)

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Lists of Vocabulary

Teacher : Guru
Cashier : Kasir
Chef : Koki
Cleaner : Pembersih
Dentist : Dokter gigi
Nurse : Perawat
Painter : Pelukis
Photographer : Juru potret
Post man : Tukang pos
Receptionist : Penerima tamu
Reporter : Wartawan
Secretary : Sekretaris
Tailor : Penjahit

Your dream is probably a profession, but a profession is


not necessarily your dreams.

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LESSON 11
My Father Is Tall

Source: https://www.clipartsgram.com/father-clipart-png-19245

Sub Topics :

5. Introduction to descriptive text


6. Describing the members of the family
7. Describing things
8. Describing places

Compiled by:

Desva Ariasanti (2113039)


1. Introduction to Describing Text

a. General Description
Descriptive writing or text is usually also used to help writer develop
an aspect of their work, e.g. to create a particular mood, atmosphere or
describe a place so that the reader can create vivid pictures of characters,
places, objects, etc. The characteristic which described in descriptive text are
personality and physical appearance.

b. Purpose of the text


Social function (purpose): to describe a particular person, place or
thing.
As a feature, description is a style of writing which can be useful for other
variety of purposes as:
To engage a readers attention.
To create characters.
To set a mood or create an atmosphere.
To being writing to life.

c. Generic Structure
Descriptive text has structure as below:
Identification: identifying the phenomenon to be described.
Description: describing the phenomenon in parts, qualities, or/and
characteristics.

2. Describing the Members of The Family

In describing the members of family, we should know about the


characteristics which will be described in the text. The characteristics are
personality and physical appearance.
There are some words of personality and physical appearance:

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Table 11.1
Personality
Personality Pronunciation Meaning
Active /ktiv/ Aktif
Careful /ke(r)fl/ Hati-hati
Careless /ke(r)les/ Ceroboh
Cheerful /tfl/ Ceria
Confident /knfdnt/ Percaya diri
Diligent /dlidnt/ Rajin
Energetic /endetk/ Bersemangat
Friendly /frendli/ Bersahabat
Generous /denrs/ Dermawan
Humble /hmbl/ Sederhana
Humorist /hju:mrst/ Jenaka
Intelligent /nteldnt/ Cerdas
Introvert /intrv:t/ Egois
Lazy /lez/ Pemalas
Sensitive /senstv/ Peka
Shy /a/ Pemalu
Stingy /stndi/ Kikir
Stubborn /stbn/ Keras kepala
Stupid /stju:pd/ Bodoh

Table 11.2
Physical Appearance
Height Body Age Hair Face Eyes
Tall /tl/ Slim /slm/ Young /j/ Long /l/ Round Big /bg/
(Tinggi) (Langsing) (Muda) (Panjang) /rand/ (Besar)
(Bulat)
Short Thin /n/ Old /ld/ Short /t/ Round
/t/ (Kurus) (Tua) (Pendek) Oval /vl/ /rand/
(Pendek) Plump Teenager Bald /bld/ (oval) (Bulat)
/plmp/ /tined(r) (Botak) Square Blue
(Bulat) /(Remaja) /skwe(r)/ /blu/
Straight /stret/
(Persegi) (Biru)
Fat /ft/ (Lurus)
(Gendut) Wrinkle Brown
Curly /kli/
/rkl/ /bran/
Skinny /skni/ (Keriting)
(Keriput) (coklat)
(Kerempeng) Wavy /wevi/
Pale /pel/ Green
Muscular (Bergelombang)
(Pucat) /grin/
/mskjl(r)/ Black /blk/ (Hijau)
(Berotot) Bearded
(Hitam)
/bdid/

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(Jenggot)
Beautiful
/bjutfl/
(Cantik)
Handsome
/hnsm/
(Tampan)

Picture 1
(Source: http://majecertab.blogspot.co.id/2014/12/vocabulary-and-activities-for-primary.html)

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Physical Appearance

Picture 2

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Example:
Text 1
My lovely mom

I have the best mother in this world.


She is very kind and helpful. She is an angle in
our home.
My mother is very beautiful woman.
She has long yellow hair. Her eyes are big and
black, and her eyebrows are thick. She is thin
and tall. My mother always smiles everywhere
and anywhere. It makes her very pretty.
Picture 3
http://www.illustrationsof.com

Text 2
My hero

My father is a hero for me. He


always safe me whenever and wherever
I get trouble. He is hard worker, and he
is never griping. He usually teaches me
when I dont know about some lesson.
My father is very handsome. He
has a thick moustache and a sharp nose.
His hair is curly and black. He has big
eyes with a thin eyebrow. He is quite
fat, but it is okay I still love him because
he is my superhero ever after.
Picture 4
Source: http://www.clipartkid.com/black-dad-
cliparts/

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3. Describing things

There are several words which can be used in describing things.


Table 11.3
Describing Things
Size Big, Small, Little, Huge, Middle, High, Short, Large,
Shape Thin, Thick
Condition Round, Oval, Rectangular, Square, Smooth, Hard
Age Old, Modern, Ancient
Color Red, Yellow, Blue, Green, Black, White, Purple,
Grey, Pink, Orange
Material Wood, Metal, Iron, Plastic, Paper
Pattern Checked, Flowery, Spotted, Striped
Opinion Beautiful, Wonderful, Expensive, Cheap

For Example:
Text 3

My new bag

I got a new bag from my


grandmother on my birthday. Its Identification
small unique plastic handbag.
It has red flowery color with
two small round pockets in front.
Its so large that I can put
everything inside. I think its very Description
expensive. My grandmother just
come from Singapore and brings
Picture 5 that bag for me.

4. Describing Places

A good description of a 'place' helps to explain what makes it so


different from other 'places' and can give a good guide as to where it is
located. A description can be divided into two parts: the Physical features
and the Human features.

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Some of this 'appropriate' vocabulary can be summarized as follows:
Table 11.4
Describing Places
Physical Features Human Features
Feature Meaning Feature Meaning
Relief Shape of the land Settlement and The most common
e.g. mountainous, population settlement sizes are
flat, steep, sloping (from small to
large): hamlet,
village, town, city
Landforms e.g. mountain, Houses Their density,
valley, cliff, beach, building material,
bay, plain, river and if they are
meander detached, semi-
detached or
terraced
Drainage e.g. rivers, streams Land Use e.g. urban or rural,
or ditches residential or
industrial, farm
land or forest
Soil e.g. fertile or Occupations How people make
infertile their living
Climate e.g. warm, wet, Transport and Roads, railways,
tropical, polar communication port

For example:
Text 4

(Picture 6)

Identification Mount Rushmore is located in South Dakota, U.S.A.

It is a huge carving that shows the faces of four famous


American Presidents: George Washington, Thomas
Description Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln.
Gutzon Borglum started the construction in 1927 and it
was not completed until shortly after he died in 1941.
(Source: English in Focus for Grade VIII Junior High School)

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EXERCISES

Exercise 1
Write the correct word in the boxes below the picture

Slim Long hair Short Short hair Tall Fat

Exercise 2
Lets read an e-mail bellow, and then answer the following questions!

(Sources from http://learnenglishteens.britishcouncil.org/skills/writing-skills-


practice/about-my-family

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1. Check your understanding: gap fill
Complete the sentences with a word from the box

Spanish long pet big short brown

1) I live with my mum, my dad and my __________ sister.


2) My mums a ____________ teacher.
3) Shes got _____________, brown hair and _____________ eyes.
4) My dads got _____________, brown hair.
5) Weve got a ____________ dog.

2. Check your writing: gap fill


Complete the sentences with a word from the box.

house cat eyes teacher Australian brother hair

I live in a big (1)_____________ with my mum, my dad and my big


(2)_____________. We live in London. My mums name is Lucy. Shes
British and is an English (3)______________. My dads name is Wayne.
Hes (4)______________ and hes very tall and strong. He works in an
office. My big brother is 18 and he goes to university. He has short,
brown (5)______________ and blue (6)______________. Weve got a
pet (7)_____________, Spotty!

3. Check your understanding: multple chooce


Circle the best answer fot these questions.

a. We lives in California.
1) Choose the correct option.
b. We live in California.
a. My mums Mexican.
2) Choose the correct option.
b. My mums mexican.
a. Shes spanish teacher.
3) Choose the correct option.
b. Shes Spanish teacher.
a. My dad name is David.
4) Choose the correct option.
b. My dads name is David.
a. Shes got long, brown hairs.
5) Choose the correct option.
b. Shes got long, brown hair.

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a. My dads got short brown hair
and blue eyes.
6) Choose the correct option.
b. My dad got short brown hair
and blue eyes.
a. He work in a bank.
7) Choose the correct option.
b. He works in a bank.
a. Weve a pet dog,
8) Choose the correct option.
b. Weve got a pet dog,

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Lists of Vocabulary

Develop : Mengembangkan
Particular : Utama
Mood : Suasana hati
Atmosphere : Suasana
Vivid : Hidup
Personality : Kepribadian
Physical appearance : Penampilan fisik
Engage : Menggunakan
Helpful : Suka nebolong
Angle : Malaikat
Hero : Pahlawan
Trouble : Masalah
Flowery : Penuh dengan bunga
Pockets : Kantong
Huge : Sangat besar
Carving : Mengukir
Famous : Terkenal

There are only 2 countries in the entire world that do not sell Coca
Cola. They are North Korea and Cuba.

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