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RPP Bahasa Inggris Kelas X Semester 2 (11.2)


1.      Satuan Pendidikan                      : SMA ISLAM PB. SOEDIRMAN BEKASI  I
2.      Mata Pelajaran                            : BAHASA INGGRIS
3.      Kelas/Prog./Smt                           : X / UMUM / II
4.      Standar Kompetensi
Membaca: Memahami makna teks fungsional pendek dan esei sederhana berbentuk  narrative, descriptive dan news item   dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari dan untuk mengakses ilmu pengetahuan

5.      Kompetensi Dasar
Merespon makna dan langkah-langkah retorika dalam esei sederhana secara akurat, lancar dan berterima dalam konteks kehidupan sehari-hari dan untuk mengakses ilmu pengetahuan dalam teks berbentuk narrative, descriptive, dan news item
Indikator 1: Mengidentifikasi main idea dari teks yang didengar
Indikator 2:  Mengidentifikasi tokoh  dari cerita yang didengar
Indikator 3: Mengidentifikasi kejadian dalam teks yang didengar
    Indikator 4: Mengidentifikasi ciri-ciri dari benda/orang yang dideskripsikan
    Indikator 5: Mengidentifikasi inti berita yang didengar
    Indikator 6: Mengidentifikasi sumber berita yang didengar

6.      Alokasi Waktu                 : 2 Jam Pelajaran X 40 menit (2 x Pertemuan)
7.      Materi Pembelajaran
Pertemuan 1:

  • To amuse, entertain and to deal with actual or vicarious experience in different ways (menghibur pendengar atau pembaca  yang bertalian dengan pengalaman nyata, khayal atau peristiwa pelik yang mengarah ke suatu krisis yang pada akhirnya menemukan suatu penyelesaian).

Text Organization
  • Orientation: seis the scene and introduces the participants (pengenalan tokoh, waktu dan tempat)
  • Evaluation: a stepping back to evaluate the plight (dimulainya konflik)
  • Complication: a crisis arises (pengembangan konfllik)
  • Resolution: the crisis is resolved, for better or for worse (penyelesaian konflik)
  • Re-orientation: (optional).
  • Coda (optional) (perubahan yang terjadi pada tokoh dan pelajaran yang dapat dipetik dari cerita)

Significant Lexicogrammatical Features:
  • Focus on specific and usually individualized participants.
  • Use of Material Processes and in the text Behavioual and Verba Processes.
  • Use of Relational Processes and Mental Processes.
  • Use of temporal conjunctions and temporal Circumstances.
  • Use of past tense.

A long time ago, the ancient land of Sunda was ruled by a king and queen who had but a single daughter. Her name was Dayang Sumbi. She was beautiful and clever but also pampered and spolited.
One day as she was weaving in her pavilion, she became moody and distracted, which caused her to keep dropping her shuttle on the floor. Once when it fell she exclaimed she would marry the one who gave it back to her. At that very moment her dog Tumang, a demigod possessing magic powers, came up to her with the shuttle in his mouth. Dayang Sumbi  had to marry him.
They lived happily together, and Dayang Sumbi gave birth to a baby boy, human in appearance but endowed with his father’s magic powers. She named him Sangkuriang. As the boy grew up, he was always guarded by the faithful dog Tumang, whom he knew only as a companion and not as his father, Sangkuriang became handsome and brave.
One day his mother asked him to go hunting with the dog and bring her venison for a feast. After hunting all day without success, Sangkuriang worried about facing his mother empty-handed. Desperate, he took an arrow and shot the dog. He returned home and handed over the meat to his pleased mother. Soon after the feast, however, Dayang Sumbi questioned her son about the absence of Tumang. At first he evaded her queries but finally told her what had happened. She was horrified and struck her son so hard on the temple that he collapsed. For that, the old king banished his daughter from the court and she was made to roam around the kingdom. Sangkuriang recovered with a large scar on his temple, and he too left the court to wander about the world.
Years later, Sangkuriang met a beautiful woman and instantly fell in love with her. It was his own mother-they did not recognize each other. He pro posed to her and she agreed to marry him. On the day before the wedding, as she was caressing her fiancee’s hair, Dayang Sumbi detected the scar on the temple. Horror struck her, for she was about to marry her own son, Sangkuriang. Without revealing the whole truth to him, she tried unsuccessfully to dissuade him. Desperate to avoid the marriage, she set conditions she thought impossible to meet. Sangkuriang had to make a lake that filled the whole valley and build a boat for the couple to sail in, all before dawn.
Sangkuriang started to work. His love gave him extraordinary strength, and he used his magic powers to summon the spirits to help him. With boulders and mud they dammed the river in the valley and the water rose and began to form a lake. In the early morning hours he chopped down a huge tree in the forest and began hollowing it out to make a boat. When Dayang Sumbi saw that he was about to accomplish what she has thought impossible, she called on the gods to bring the sun up early and thwart Sangkuriang.
The cock crowed, the sun rose much earlier than usual, and Sangkuriang realized he had been deceived. In a fit of fury he caused Dayang Sumbi and kicked the half-finished boat back into the forest. There it lies upside down today, forming the mountain Tangkuban Perahu (Upturned Boat). Not far away is the stump of the tree Sangkuriang had felled, now called Bukit Tinggi. The dam Sangkuriang had built caused the valley to become a lake, where both Sangkuriang and Dayang Sumbi drowned themselves. They were never heard of again.


The communicative Purpose
         To Describe a particular person, place or thing

The generic structure
         Identification : Identifies phenomenon to be described
         Description : Describe parts, qualities, characteristics.

Significant Lexicogrammatical Features:
         Focus on specific participants
         Use of attributive and indentifying processes
         Frequent use of Epithets and classifiers in nominal groups.
         Use of simple present

On the banks of the Chao Phraya, Bangkok's "River of Kings", lays a hotel that has already set new standards of hospitality for this celebrated city.
Set in magnificently landscaped tropical gardens, the Shangri-La Bangkok provides guests with all the charm and warmth of the Orient and, at the same time, an unsurpassed range of facilities and leisure activities.
There is a choice of 12 superb settings in which to wine and dine, a large free-form swimming pool that overlooks the river, convention and meeting facilities for up to 2.000 people and a 24-hour business center.
And, from every single guestroom and suite, there is a breathtaking view of all the exotic hustle and bustle of the fabled "River of Kings".
One might expect such a well-equipped and positioned hotel to be miles away from the city center but, at the Shangri-La Bangkok, the business district and main shopping areas are mere minutes away.
For more than 200 years, Bangkok's grandeur has been reflected in the waters of the Chao Phraya. Today, the Shangri-La Bangkok towers beside this majestic river, offers its guests the golden promise of the East.
News Item
The communicative Purpose:
         To inform the readers, listeners, or viewers about events of the day which are considered newsworthy or important

The Generic Structure:
         Newsworthy (s) : recount the event in  summary form
         Background event (s) : elaborate what happened, to whom, in what circumstances
         Sources : comments by participants in, witness to and authorities expert on the events

Significant Lexicogrammatical Features:
         Short, telegraphic information about story capture headline.
         Use of material processes to retell the event
         Use of projecting verbal processes in sources stage.
         Focus on circumstances.

Brave Boy Found Alive After Two Days at Sea
Newsworthy (s) :
      Feeling no fear, a five-year-old boy spent two days floating at sea on a mattress in a bid to survive from the effects of the tsunami that killed thousands of people from his town and was reunited with his family on Thursday.
      He cried as he rushed to his parents, older brother and younger sister at a refugee camp in Meulaboh, his hometown of 40,000 people in Aceh that was one of the hardest hit in Sunday’s disaster.
Background event (s)           
 Wira later calmly recounted to reporters the amazing events that brought him back to his family, a rare tale of happiness in the devastated province on the island of Sumatra that has seen nearly 80,000 people killed by the flooding.
      Nursing only a gash to his left leg, Wira said he was playing with his brother and sister near his home when the waters rushed through.
      According to Antara news agency, Wira said he held on to various floating pieces of wood while being swept away.
      “I was not afraid because I am used to the sea.” Wira said while massaging his wounded leg.
      “As I was still holding to a door, the mattress came by so I decided to climb on it. I was not afraid, but I was cold.”
      Wira said he spent two days out at sea until he was found by fisherman on the look out for bodies off coast of Meulaboh. –AFP

Adapted from The Jakarta Post, 31 December 2004

8.      Tujuan Pembelajaran
Pertemuan 1:
§  Siswa mengidentifikasi jenis teks, ciri dan bentuk retorika dari teks narrative
§  Siswa mengidentifikasi main idea, tokoh, kejadian dari teks narrative.

Pertemuan 2 :
§  Siswa mengidentifikasi jenis teks, ciri dan bentuk retorika dari teks descriptive.
§  Siswa  mengidenfikasi ciri-ciri benda/orang yang dideskripsikan
§  Siswa mengidentifikasi jenis teks, ciri dan bentuk retorika dari teks news item.
§  Siswa  mengidenfikasi inti berita dan sumber berita yang didengar
9.      Metode Pembelajaran
Pertemuan  1:            Presentasi
Pertemuan  2: Presentasi
10.  Kegiatan Pembelajaran  
Pertemuan 1:
1.      Pendahuluan
1.      Siswa menjawab salam dari guru
2.      Siswa menyimak tujuan pembelajaran,pentingnya pembelajaran, dan persiapan siswa untuk belajar
3.      Siswa terbagi dalam beberapa kelompok. Siswa yang dapat menentukan jenis teks, dengan benar mendapatkan nilai
4.      Siswa menambahkan contoh bentuk-bentuk teks yang lain
2.      Kegiatan Inti
1.   Siswa membaca nyaring teks narrative
2.   Siswa mengidentifikasikan makna kata dan kalimat dalam teks
3.   Siswa mengidentifikasikan langkah-langkah terotika dari teks
4.   Siswa mengidentifikasikan komplikasi dari teks
5.   Siswa mendiskusikan berbagi aspek dari teks seperti isi dan struktur secara berkelompok
6.   Siswa berlatih menggunakan simple past untuk menyatakan peristiwa
3.   Penutup
1        Siswa menyimpulkan materi pembelajaran dengan bimbingan guru
2        Guru memberikan tugas rumah kepada siswa (tindak lanjut)

Pertemuan 2:
1.      Pendahuluan
1.      Siswa menjawab salam dari guru
2.      Siswa menyimak tujuan pembelajaran,pentingnya pembelajaran, dan persiapan siswa untuk belajar
3.      Siswa terbagi dalam beberapa kelompok. Siswa yang dapat menentukan jenis teks, dengan benar mendapatkan nilai
4.      Siswa menambahkan contoh bentuk-bentuk teks yang lain
2.      Kegiatan Inti
1     Siswa membaca nyaring teks descriptive  dan news item
2     Siswa mengidentifikasikan  proses kejadian sebuah peristiwa
3     Siswa mengidentifikasikan langkah-langkah terotika dari teks
4     Siswa mendiskusikan berbagi aspek dari teks seperti isi dan struktur secara berkelompok
5     Siswa berlatih menggunakan simple present - passive untuk menyatakan peristiwa
3.   Penutup
  1. Siswa menyimpulkan materi pembelajaran dengan bimbingan guru
  2. Guru memberikan tugas rumah kepada siswa (tindak lanjut)

11.  Penilaian
a.      Indikator, teknik dan bentuk
Pertemuan 1
Mengidentifikasi  tujuan dari  teks yang dibaca
Pertemuan 2
Mengidentifikasi retorika teks dan tenses dari teks fungsional

·      Menentukan tujuan, retorika dan ciri tenses dalam teks

·   Presentasi

b.      Instrument penilaian
Read the text loudly and correctly!
Blue-Tongue Lizard and his wife camped near a swamp long ago. One day Blue-Tongue Lizard went to get some food, and while he was down at the swamp, he left his wife sitting under a shady tree. He had not been gone very long when Taipan the Snake passed by Blue-Tongue Lizard’s camp. Taipan saw Blue-Tongue Lizard’s wife sitting under the tree, and he decided he would steal her away from Blue-Tongue Lizard. He made her come with him and together they ran a long way away.
Taipan the Snake did not know that Black Bird had been watching him, and as soon as he ran away with Blue-Tongue Lizard’s wife, Black Bird began singing out to Blue-Tongue Lizard. ‘Your wife is gone, Taipan has taken her away’, he cried. Blue-Tongue Lizard was still at the swamp getting food when he heard Black Bird’s call. He went back to the shady tree where he had left his wife and saw she was gone. He put down his bag which was full of food and made a fire. He cooked his food and after he had finished eating it, he went to get his spears.
He found they had all been broken by Taipan. Then he found the tracks of his wife and Taipan, and he followed them. Blue-Tongue Lizard followed their tracks until he came to a tree in which a freshly killed emu had been hung. It had been killed by Taipan and left there to be eaten that night. Blue-Tongue Lizard knew that Taipan and his wife must be nearby and he soon found them near a river. When Taipan saw Blue-Tongue Lizard he ran to get his spears but Blue-Tongue Lizard had already broken them.
‘We can fight with our teeth’, said Blue-Tongue Lizard. Taipan agreed and the two of them fought wildly, each of them trying to get a hold of the other. Until finally Blue-Tongue Lizard caught hold of Taipan’s body in his powerful jaws, and bit him in half. With Taipan the Snake dead, Blue-Tongue took back his wife and together they returned to the swamp.

·         Text                      Narrative
·         Retorika               Orientation>Evaluation> Complication> Resolution>Re-orientation.
·         Comparative        I think.....but.....
·         Past tense             went, was, left......
·         Purpose                To amuse, entertain and to deal with actual or vicarious experience in different ways

c.       Score penilaian
·         Jika tujuan benar, retorika benar, tenses benar                              Score 100
·         Jka  tujuan benar, retorika benar tetapi tenses salah                                 Score 90
·         Jika tujuan benar, retorika dan tenses salah                                              Score 80
·         Jika tujuan salah tetapi retorika dan tenses salah                          Score 70
·         Jika tujuan, retorika dan tenses salah                                            Score 60

12.  Sumber dan bahan ajar
1.      Modul bahasa Inggris,
2.      Buku pegangan guru X Platinum
3.      Linked to the world 1, Yudhistirs, F.A. Soeprapto, 2006

13.  Evaluasi
·         Ulangan Harian
·         Quiz
·         UTS
·         UAS

Mengetahui,                                                                                Bekasi, 25 Januari 2012
Kepala Sekolah                                                                           Guru Mata Pelajaran

Ir. H. Kusnaedi, MM                                                                   Andrian S.Pd
      NRP.                                                                                            NRP. 040817

One day she went to the lion and said,” Good day, respected elder brother. Image it, I met an animal over there who looked exactly like you, and he said to me, ‘Is there anyone in the world who dares stand up to me? If there is, let me come and have a duel with me. If there is no one, all of you have to submit to my rule and be my servants!” “Oh, he was an intolerable braggart! He is so puffed up with pride that his eyes can’t even light on anymore!” added the rabbit.
“Oho,” the lion said. “Didn’t you mention me to him?”
“Yes, indeed, “the rabbit replied. “But it would have been better if I hadn’t. When I described how strong you were, he just sneered and said dreadfully rude things. He even went so far as to say that he wouldn’t take you for his attendant!”
The lion flew into a rage and roared, “Where is he? Where is he?”
Soon the rabbit took the lion a hill and, not going to near herself, pointed to a well from a distance, and said, “He is down there, in the well.”
The lion hastened to the well and glared angrily into it. Yes there was his rival who even glared back at him angrily. The lion roared, and his enemy roared back. The lion become so furious that his hair stood on end. So did his enemy on the well. The lion show his teeth and lashed out with his paws to scare his rival and his enemy in the well retaliated! In a fit of anger the lion sprang into the air with all his might and then flung himself at the enemy in the well. The result was that the proud lion was instantly drowned.  

1.      What do you thing of the animal on the well?
a.       The image of the lion himself.
b.      An intolerable braggart.
c.       A stronger animal.
d.      Another lion.
e.       His neighbor.

2.      The lion was proud of his…
a.       hair
b.      eyes
c.       teeth
d.      paws
e.       strength

3.      What can we learn from the story?
a.       Be a good neighbor.
b.      Don’t be so arrogant.
c.       We must help each other.
d.      An enemy can be a good friend.
e.       A friend in need is a friend indeed.

4.      What is the type of the text above?
a.       Report
b.      Descriptive
c.       Narrative
d.      Recount
e.       Procedure

5.      The generic structure of the text is…….
a.       Orientation > Complication > Resolution > Re-Orientation
b.      Orientation > Events > Re- Orientation
c.       General Classification > Description
d.      Identification > Description
e.       Newsworthy Events > Background Events > Sources

Gua Tabuhan is a lively unique cave
In the cave Nyi (Mrs) Kamiyem and Ki (Mr) Padmo sit on a stone. Nyi Kamityem will sing a song and Ki Padmo will beat the drum. Joining them are people called Wiyogo which are drummers and other gamelan musicians.
What makes this unique is that they mix gamelan with the sound of nature. The visitors dance, forgetting all problems.
Many tourists go to this cave. Maybe you are interested in going there too. But you don’t know where it is. Gua Tabuhan is located near Pacitan in east java. It is situated in a lime hill called Tapan, in Tabuhan, Wareng village. The route is easy. Along the road there is beautiful tropical scenery to enjoy-rice fields, coconut palms and birds.
east of the cave peddlers sell souvenirs. the drink and food peddlers are on the north. People sell agates on the cave terraces. Somehow, it is like a fair.
It is said that the cave is the only place where nature produces sounds like the music of gamelan. nyi kamiyem, the well down pesinden (traditional Javanese singer) from the village of gabuhan, who often sings in the cave, does not doubt it.
gua tabuhan did not use to welcome visitor. According to kartowiryo (90), village elder, gua tabuhan used to be a hiding place for robbers. it was believed to be a sacred place. No one dared go inside. However, wedana (chief of a district) kertodiprojo, went to the cave to find out what was wrong. He found out that the cave was inhabited by the annoying evil spirits. The people chased the spirits away.
The cave is dark, so people need light, and a local guide will lead the way sometimes visitors bump their heads against the sharp rocks on the ceiling.
Inside the cave there is a plain. Big stone which is believed to be the prayer mat of pangeran diponogoro, one of the Indonesia heroes who fought against the Dutch. It is said that pangeran diponegoro used to seclude himself in the cave. Some people now use the place for meditation.
There is a stream in the cave, in the east corner, which can only be seen outside. However, it can be heard from inside.
Besides the cave, watukarang, a beach nearby, is good to visit. By the way, want different souvenirs ? You can find them in donorodjo village where agate craftsman work. So, have a nice journey.
6.      Where is goa tabuhan located?
  1. near pacitan in east java
  2. near watukarang beach
  3. in donoradjo village
  4. in the village of gabuhan
  5. near pacitan in west java

7.      What did kertodiprojo find out inside the cave?
a.       agates craftsman work
b.      annoying evil spirits
c.       many robbers
d.      the drink and food peddlers
e.       nyi kamiyem and ki padmo

8.      What do people need to enter the cave?
a.       light and local peddlers
b.      local musicians and agate craftsman
c.       chief of district and local guide
d.      local guide and lights
e.       lights and village elder

9.      Which statement is true according to the text?
  1. to reach wareng village the visitor get troubles
  2. the inside of the cave is like a fair because visitor and peddlers bring light if they come in
  3. wedana kertodiprojo found out that the cave was inhabited by the annoying evil spirits
  4. there is only one tourist resort around wareng village
  5. pangeran diponegoro secluded himself outside the cave

10.  What is the meaning of bump (paragraph 7 line 2)
  1. a very hard stone
  2. a hollow place in the side of hill
  3. keep apart from others
  4. place on which Muslim kneel when praying
  5. strike something with a hard blow

Tornado Wreaks Havoc in Semarang

Residents assess the damage after a tornado damages 150 houses in the district of Tembalag in Semarang, Central Java late on Saturday afternoon.
Three people were injured and at least five of the houses in the Sendangguwo and Tandang neighborhoods were destroyed, while many others were seriously damaged as the tornado ripped off their roofs. Thoirin aka Jayeng, 40, a resident whose house was leveled at the Sendang Asri housing complex, said the winds hit about 4 p.m.
“I saw this black wind coming and becoming pointed into a funnel. It suddenly approached and hit my house,” he said.
Tohirin’s wife, two children and mother-in law were in the kitchen at the time when the tornado known locally as “Ulur-ulur” passed over their home, destroying the guest and bedrooms.
“It was as if the wind had lifted my home up,” Thoirin said.
The disaster also destroyed the walls of four neighboring houses.
Many other homes in the area lost their roofs and residents and neighbors had started rebuilding on Sunday.
Tembalang district head Dayat said the tornado also damaged a small mosque and felled power lines and about 50 trees. His office was still collecting data on the damage, he said.
Villagers said the tornado was the worst to hit the district in living memory.
Semarang Mayor Sukawi Sutarip and his wife, Sinto Sukawi, visited the scene on Sunday, accompanied by senior officials.
“We will provide the victims with assistance immediately,” the mayoral spokesman Achyani said.

Taken from The Jakarta Post, December 20, 2004

11.  How many houses were destroyed by the tornado in the Sendangguwo and Tandang neighborhoods?
a.       less than five houses
b.      more than ten houses
c.       five houses or more
d.      exactly five houses
e.       three houses

12.  The tornado hit the district ______.
  1. at dawn
  2. in the morning
  3. in the afternoon
  4. in the evening
  5. at midnight

13.  Which parts of Tohirin’s house were destroyed?
  1. the kitchen and guestroom
  2. the guest rooms and the bathroom
  3. the bedrooms and the kitchen
  4. the guest and bedrooms
  5. the livingroom and the bedrooms

14.  Who rebuilt the damaged homes?
  1. the residents
  2. the residents and neighbors
  3. the Tembalang District head
  4. the mayor of Semarang
  5. the mayoral spokesman

15.  Who is Sukawi Sutarip?
  1. A resident of the District of Tembalang
  2. Tohirin’s neighbor
  3. A victim of the disaster
  4. a villager of Sendangguwo
  5. The mayor of Semarang

16.  Who went to see the scene of disaster on Sunday?
  1. Sukawi Sutarip
  2. Sukawi Sutarip and his wife
  3. Dayat
  4. Sukawi Sutarip, his wife and senior officials
  5. Achyani

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