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LESSON PLAN

(RPP)

Education Unit : MA BONTOMARANNU

Learning Materials : English

Class/Semester : XI/1

Main Material : What Is In Your Mind

Skill : Speaking

Time Allocation : 2 x 10 minutes

A. CORE COMPETENCIES
K1. Live and practice the teachings of the religion he adheres to
K2. Living and practicing honest, behavior, discipline, responsibility, caring
(mutual cooperation, cooperation, tolerance, peace), courtesy,
responsiveness and proactive and showing attitude as part of the solution
to various problems in interacting effectively with the social and natural
environment and in positioning ourselves as a reflection of the nation in
world association.
K3. Understanding, applying, analyzing factual, conceptual, procedural,
knowledge based on his curiosity about science, technology, art, culture,
and humanities with humanity, nationality, state, and civilization insights
regarding the causes of phenomena and events, and applying procedural
knowledge to the field of study that specific according to their talents and
interests to solve problems.
K4. Processing, reasoning, and presenting in a concrete and abstract realm
related to the development of what is learned in school independently, and
being able to use methods according to scientific rules.

B. BASIC COMPETENCIES AND INDICATORS


NO BASIC COMPETENCIES INDICATOR
1. 1.1 Being grateful for the 1.1.1 Expressing gratitude at all
opportunity to learn English times to have the
as the medium of opportunity to learn
instruction for international English.
communication is realized
in the spirit of learning.
2. 1.2 Shows polite and caring 1.2.1 Greet the teachers and
behavior in carrying out friends politely.
interpersonal communication
with teachers and friends.
3. 4.2 Compile oral texts to express 4.2.1 Saying a speech act
and respond to expressions of expresses an opinion and
opinion and thought, taking asks for on opinion
into account social functions, accompanied by a verbal
text structure, and language response.
elements that are correct and 4.2.2 Using speech acts express
in context. opinions and ask for
opinions accompanied
by their responses
verbally according to the
context.
C. LEARNING OBJECTIVES
After following a series of learning, students are able to:
1.1.1 Express gratitude at all times to have the opportunity to learn English
properly and be acceptable.
1.2.1 Greeting teachers and friends politely in every learning interpersonal
communication with proper and acceptable.
4.2.1 Saying a speech act expression opinion for an opinion accompanied by
its response verbally by paying attention to social functions, text
structure, and correct language elements after being given an example.
4.2.2 Using speech acts to express opinion and ask for opinions accompanied
by responses verbally according to the context in everyday life with full
confidence after being given an example.

D. LEARNING MATERIALS
Asking and Giving Opinion
Asking Opinion Giving Opinion
 What do you think of.  In my opinion
 Is that right (true) that.  I think
 Do you think it’s going.  I fell
 Why do they behave like that  I believe
?  I personally believe
 Do you have any idea ?  I personally think
 How do you like that ?  To my mind
 Please give me your opinion  In my case
 Well personally
 It seems that
Example of conversations relate to asking for and giving opinions:

Approach: Scientific Approach


Strategy: Observation, Modeling, Group work, and Practice (Role play)

E. LEARNING MEDIA
Media: Video conversation about “Giving and Asking Opinion”, Relevant
pictures.

F. LEARNING RESOURCES
 A high grade XI high school book
 Www.youtbe.com

G. LEARNING STEPS

INTRODUCTION (5 minutes)
Stage Activities

 Apperception and motivation.


Initial activity  Submission of learning objectives

CORE ACTIVITIES (10 minutes)


 Learners observe video
conversation “Giving and Asking
Observation opinion.
 Students answer question verbally
from the teacher.
 With the guidance of the teachers,
Questioning students ask how to ask and give
opinion.
 Students learn to use expressions
asking and giving opinions by
working on the questions.
Exploration  Students read aloud expressions
asking and giving opinions with the
correct intonation.
 Student compare expressions
between giving and asking for
opinions.
Association  Students make temporary
conclusion about expressions of
giving and asking for opinions.
 Students make a dialogue about
expression of giving and asking for
opinions according to the context
Communication given.
 Student practice their dialogue in
front of the class (Role play)

CLOSING (5 minutes)
 Summarize things that have been
learned
Cover  Reflection
 Assessment

H. ASSESMENT
1. Attitude Assessment Techniques: Non-test in the form of direct observation
2. Knowledge: Cloze test
3. Skills: Performance

Assessment of Skills Aspect


Speaking Skill
No Rated aspect Criteria Score
Almost perfect 5
There were a number of errors 4
but did not interfere with the
meaning
1 Pronunciation There are a number of errors 3
and disturbing meanings
Many mistakes and disturbing 2
meanings
Too many mistakes and 1
disturbing meaning

Almost perfect 5
There were a number of errors 4
but did not interfere with the
meaning
There are a number of errors 3
2 Intonation and disturbing meanings
Many mistakes and disturbing 2
meanings
Too many mistakes and 1
disturbing meanings

Very smooth 5
Smooth 4
3 Fluency Pretty smooth 3
Not that smooth 2
Not smooth 1
Very through 5
Research 4
4 Accuracy Quite through 3
Not careful 2
Careless 1
 Conversion of Knowledge, Skills and Attitude Competencies
Competency Value
Predicate Knowledge Skills Attitude
A 4 4
A- 3.66 3.66 SB
B+ 3.33 3.33
B 3 3 B
B- 2.66 2.66
C+ 2.33 2.33
C 2 2 C
C- 1.66 1.66
D+ 1.33 1.33
D 1 1 K

Makassar, 25 March 2019

Knowing

Headmaster Subject Teacher

Muhammad Yunus.S.Pd.i Nurmilda