* Announcement * Short Message * Narrative Text * Recount text

Created By : Khairunisa Damayanti

Class 1. Using a simple and clear sentence (doesn’t make any question again)  2. from January 2009. Grammatical Features : 1. Thanks. Because the government make a new policy about it. Thanks. the school will not ask you for the school fee again. : 8. So for next year. Please tell to Mrs. Because I got fever.  Social Function : to tell something in a few sentences (like in SMS)  Grammatical Features : 1.Short Message  Example : Clara. For today and tomorrow I can’t go to school. Using short sentences 2.  Social Function : To inform important thing by writing a Letter or direct speech. Desmawati about this. there will not school fee again.1 Announcement  Example : Good morning ! For all students in twelve Junior High School. Using a short and simple sentence .

” After hearing the word snakes. Fairy story 2. Mantu had an elephant of his very own. Horror story 5. These elephants were so big and strong. His name was Opie. We can see what is happening down here in the jungle. the elephants screeched and off they gwents thundering in fright. “Did I say there were snakes?” giggled Mantu. In fact. They could lift up the heaviest logs with their trunks and toss them high in the air. He was just a baby and Mantu loved him very much. They began to laugh and made rude noises with their trunks. The other elephants heard this.” smiled Opie. Romance 4. Mantu looked up at the huge elephant with a mishievous glint in his eye. I don’t think so. Narrative Text  Example : Mantu’s Little Elephant Little Mantu lived in a village deep in the jungle. Where elephants helped the men with their work. but you’re so small. Mantu then climbed upon his little friend’s back and went home to the village to tell everyone about the foolish elephants. Now. Mantu whispered to Opie’s ear that someday he would become the biggest. Myths 6. “We’re so big and tall.” said one of the big elephants. “You’re so tall and cansee far away.  Types of Narrative : 1. strongest and bravest elephant in the jungle. “No.  Social Function : To entertain the reader through a real experience or an imagination. Mysteries 3. Legends .3. You’re nothing at all. we would be the first to see any slithering snakes that may be a danger.

Using “past tense” 3. Complication >> the problem 3. Using singular first person or third person  . Generic Structure : 1. Re-solution >> the problem resolved 4. Using dialogues 2. Orientation >> who ? when ? where ? 2. Re-orientation >> end of the story Grammatical Features : 1.

Events >> Tell what happened. It brought disorder to our tent. We all panicked. We set up our tent in the middle of field near a small river. a strong wind blew. Everything was alright in the afternoon. but the weather was fine in the morning. Orientation >> to introduce the setting and the participant 2. Soon the surrounding areas became flooded. My classmates and I went camping to camping ground. Recount Text  Example : An Unlucky Camping It was beginning of wet season. Lightning intisfied the downpours. Focus on specific participants and temporal sequence   . Using “past tense” 3. As soon as this was done. Re-Orientation >> optional – closure of events Grammatical Features : 2.  Social Function : To retell events in the past. But a night while we were singing songs by the campfire. Purpose : To informing or entertaining  Generic Structure : 1.4. we cooked a meal over an open fire. We couldn’t sleep because it was thundering and raining heavily. in what sequence 3.