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1. The purpose of the test

 What are the objectives (i.e. indicators) do you want to measure?
5.1 the students are able to apply basic language skills in the daily life context.
5.2 The students are able to master the basic language skills.
 Target language situation: the students’ achivement in the first semester of
10th grade.
 Language elements tested: listening, speaking, reading,writing.

2. Learner Characteristics
a) Grade : 10th grade of Senior High School
b) Age : 15 - 16 years old
c) Sex : male and female
d) Level : basic
e) First Language : Bahasa Indonesia
f) Culture : Indonesian
g) How many students : 30 students/class

3. Outline of the test

 What skill to be included ( e.g. micro and macro reading
skill )
a) To recognize listening comprehension on short conversations, monologue, and
b) To recognize speaking comprehension on making dialogue, such as greeting and
introduction, transactional speech.
c) To recognize reading comprehension on narative and descriptive text.
d) To recognize writing comprehension on building a paragraph and compliting
 The time allocation of the test
 How many items
15 items for listening
10 items for speaking
5 items for writing
20 items for reading

4. Item types and tasks (see the example / table on page 52, Brown’s book)
All items are multiple choices

5. Scoring Criteria
I. Correct answer x 1 = 50 (maximum score)
Score = correct answers x 2
= 100 (maximum score)

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for SMA Students. Jakarta: Erlangga.
Listening Section
Part 1

1. a. the cat stands under the towel

b. the cat stands under the sink
c. the cat stands in the bathtub
d. the cat stands on the toilet
e. the cat is taking a bath.

2. a. the couple is going to commit suicide

b. the forest is beatuful
c. the railway is broken
d. the couple is talking on the railway
e. the couple is waitng for train
3. a. The player with headband is going to block the other player.
b. The player with headband is going to hold the other player
c. The player with headband is going to talk to the other player
d. The player with headband is going to take over the ball from the other player
e. The player with headband is going to push the other player

4. a. the man with cloth cap is angry to the other people.

b. the man with cloth cap is tickling his friend.
c. the man with cloth cap is laughing the other people.
d. the man with cloth cap is dancing.
e. the man with cloth cap is giving instruction to his friends.

5. a. the team is discussing a chart.

b. the team is drawing a chart.
c. the team is pointing a chart.
d. the team is seeing a chart.
e. the team is presenting a chart.

Part 2
Question no.6 to no. 10
Listen to the conversation.

Martin : Well it’s been a long time, Barbara. What have you been doing?
Barbara : I’ve been pretty busy. You know, I went into business with my friend, Jean.
Martin : Oh, yes. How’s it going?
Barbara : Pretty well. We get along quite well and the shop is beginning to attract more
Martin : Good. Are you two a partnership?
Barbara : Yes. I’m very pleased about it. We seem to have the right combination.
Jean’s background is accounting. She’s the one who’s good at keeping the books
and ordering stock.
Martin : And you?
Barbara : Well, you know, I’ve always liked talking a lot – I guess I’m rather good with
the customers. I enjoy selling.
Martin : Sounds interesting. I guess it’s not too risky a business.
Barbara : We haven’t had any problems, although I suppose all business can be risky.
Being partners, we’re both liable.
Martin : Did you both put the same amount of money into the business? Or do you mind
my asking?
Barbara : To tell you the truth, we didn’t invest the same amount of capital. But we’ve
combined our resources very well, I think. It seems to be a good deal for both of
Martin : What kind of arrangement do you have for distribution of profits and losses?
Barbara : They are equally shared. We hope to be in business for a long time.
Filling the blank

The famous Buddhist temple of Borobudur in Magelang, Central Java, needs a complete
restoration that (11) focuses not only on physical development but, mainly, on cultural, economic
and (12) environmental factors, according to a UN official. United Nations Education, Science
and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Director General Koichiro Matsuura said that entering the
second phase of the temple restoration, all related government agencies should give adequate
attention to all factors to help preserve the world (13) heritage site.
“We should focus not only (14) on the temple’s physical development but also on many other
factors to benefit everyone worldwide. The temple has not only archeological and historical
value but, mainly, religious, economic and environmental ones and the people here need to give
adequate attention to help preserve it,“ he said in the opening ceremony of the (15) fourth
international experts’ meeting near the temple compound over the weekend.