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For                         : CMD II Students,

This is an example of learning materials. Learning from the example; however, we could not tell which activities (tasks) are under the umbrella of BKoF, MoT, JCoT, and ICoT. All in all, you are required to develop a much better learning material than this one, meet other requirements that we have discussed. Good luck!

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Learning Materials

Let’s have a holiday!

Cloud Callout: Let’s have a holiday!

TASK 1 Answer these following questions.

1. Did you have an unforgettable holiday? What was that?

2. Where did you go?

3. How did you get there?

4. What steps did you prepare before you went to that place?

TASK 2 Listen to your teacher. He/she will tell you steps “How to get to school on time”. Try not to read while listening.

Do you always go to school on time?

Oval: Do you always go to school on time?

Here is the easy way for getting to school on time.

First, you need an alarm clock. Then, set the alarm on 5.30 a.m. and put it next to your bed. Next, when the alarm rings, get out of the bed immediately. After that, take a bath and get dressed. Don’t forget to have your breakfast. Then, go to the bus station before 6.30 a.m. The last step, catch the first bus so that you will not late.

TASK 3 Now, read the passage “How to get to school on time”, then take turn to tell it to your friend beside you by using your own words.

PROCEDURE is to describe how something is accomplished through a sequence of actions or steps.

Rounded Rectangular Callout: PROCEDURE is to describe how something is accomplished through a sequence of actions or steps.TASK 4 Listen and repeat after your teacher!  Your teacher will say each expression and you have to repeat after him / her to practice your pronunciation and intonation.

.: Transitions Signals :.

Ø First

Ø The first step

Ø Next

Ø The next step

Ø Before

Ø After

Ø After that

Ø Then

Ø As soon as

Ø When

Ø While

Ø During

Ø The last step

Ø Finally

TASK 5 Pronunciation Drill

Now, check your pronunciation with the phonetic transcript of the words below. Look up the meaning of the word in the dictionary!

Words

Phonetic Transcription

a. Procedure

/prə’sɪdʒə(r)/

b. First

/fə:st/

c. Next

/nƐkst/

d. Then

/ðƐn/

e. Need

/nɪ:d/

f. Set

/sƐt/

g. Bath

/ba:θ/

h. Catch

/kætʃ/

i. Breakfast

/’brƐkfəst/

j. Alarm

/ə’la:rm/

TASK 6 Listen to the tape. Then, fill in the following missing words while listening to the complete text.

How to Fall Asleep Easily

It is easy to fall asleep easily. Follow these 1                . 2                 , lay your body down in a comfortable sofa. 3                           , read something that entertain you. 4              , drink a glass of hot milk. 5                        , you’ll feel so sleepy. 6                       , have a nice dream, no snoring, okay!

TASK 7 Work in pairs. Change the paragraph in Task 4 into a dialogue. Some clues below will help you. Then, role-play the dialogue in front of the class.

Rose    : I’m hardly to sleep lately, Jack. Can you help me?

Jack     : Well, actually too much sleeping is not very good also. But, you know it’s easy to fall asleep soon.

Rose    : Yes, tell me how.

Jack     :

Rose    :                       Jack, that’s very helpful. I’ll try.

The main things we should know from a procedure is as follows:

v The sentence structure is in present simple, and the verbs are infinitive without to or bare infinitive.

ü Make

ü Pour

ü Stir

ü Add

v The words in part a are all infinitive without to. They are used when we want to give instructions to other person. The following is more verbs that are usually used in cooking activity:

Rounded Rectangle:   The main things we should know from a procedure is as follows: v	The sentence structure is in present simple, and the verbs are infinitive without to or bare infinitive. ü	Make  ü	Pour ü	Stir ü	Add v	The words in part a are all infinitive without to. They are used when we want to give instructions to other person. The following is more verbs that are usually used in cooking activity:

ü Bake

ü Cook

ü Prepare

ü Boil

ü Cut up

ü Fry

ü Chop

ü Grill

ü Slice

ü Heat

ü Mix

ü Place

Rounded Rectangle: ü	Bake ü	Cook ü	Prepare ü	Boil ü	Cut up ü	Fry	ü	Chop ü	Grill ü	Slice ü	Heat ü	Mix ü	Place

TASK 8 Listen to your teacher pronouncing the words above then repeat after him/her.

TASK 9 Your teacher will say some verbs then you have to make instructions using the verbs orally.

TASK 10 The six pictures show you how to make fried rice. Listen to your teacher and arrange the given sentences into the correct order. Then, tell your friends how to make it.

TASK 9 Listen to the tape about the dialogue. Ask your teacher to repeat the sentences you do not understand. Then, perform the dialogue orally in front of the class with your friend.

How to prepare fried rice

  1. When the rice is cooked, add it to the meat and the vegetables.
  2. Now, you can break in two or three eggs.
  3. The best vegetables to use are unions, garlic, tomatoes, and cucumber.
  4. At the same time, cook the rice in another pan.
  5. Stir the mixture and add salt, pepper and other spices and place the slices on the top of the rice.
  6. To make fried rice, you will need some rice, vegetables, meat, and eggs.
  7. Then, cut up the union and garlic and fry them.
  8. Serve the firied rice with hot sauce, if you like.
  9. First, cut up the meat into very small pieces and fry it in a pan.

TASK 11 Look at the picture, and then try to answer the questions orally.

cooking_school_greenbrier

1. Where do you think they are?

2. What makes you think so?

3. What are they doing?

4. What kind of food can you make by yourself?

5. What do you need to make it?

6. How do you make it?

TASK 12 Now, work in pairs. Make a short dialogue based on your answers for Task 8 number 4 to 6.

TASK 13 Listen to the tape about the dialogue. Ask your teacher to repeat the sentences you do not understand. Then, perform the dialogue orally in front of the class with your friend.

TASK 14 Make your own instructions on doing something, you can write your instructions in form of the paragraph to help you, but you have to present it in front of the class orally. You can choose any topic you like or know well. Here are some alternatives.

How to make a glass of coffee

How to clean the room

How to write a letter, etc.

THE LISTENING SCRIPT

TASK 2 This is the example of spoken script that can be used to the teacher to tell procedure orally to the students.

Do you always go to school on time?

Maybe some of you will say “yes, I do” but some will say “not”. So, I will give you a procedure “how to get to school on time”. Repeat after me, “how to get to school on time”. First, you need an alarm clock. Repeat it “an alarm clock”. But in the night before you have to prepare your schoolbag and clothes for the next day. Next, set your alarm clock on 05.30 a.m., say it “05.30 a.m.” and put it next to your bed. Remember do not go to bed too late, say it once more “Do not go to bed too late”. Then, when the alarm rings, get out of bed immediately. After that, take a bath and get dressed. Don’t forget to have your breakfast. Go to the bus station before 06.30 a.m. and the last catch the first bus so that you will not late.

It’s easy right?

TASK 6 Listen to the tape. Then, fill in the following missing words while listening to the complete text.

How to Fall Asleep Easily

It is easy to fall asleep easily. Follow these instructions. First, lay your body down in a comfortable sofa. Second, read something that entertains you. Third, drink a glass of hot milk. Next, you’ll feel so sleepy. Finally, have a nice dream, no snoring, okay!

TASK 8 Listen to your teacher pronouncing the words above then repeat after him/her.

ü Open

ü Boil

ü Cook

ü Mix

ü Clean

ü Prepare

ü Pour

ü Stir

TASK 13 Listen to the tape about the dialogue. Ask your teacher to repeat the sentences you do not understand. Then, perform the dialogue orally in front of the class with your friend.

Computer seller   : Can I help you?

Adi                      : Yes, I’d like some information on installing the driver.

Computer seller   : What driver do you want to install?

Adi                      : I want to install a printer driver. But I don’t know how. Can you tell me how to do it?

Computer seller   : Well, to install a printer driver is not difficult. First, when your computer is on, insert the driver into drive D. choose the driver button, then click start. After that, click the “I accept” button, click next. And follow the instruction until you read “The installation is complete”. Finally click finish.

Adi                      : OK, thank you for the information.

Computer seller   : you’re welcome.

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Hopefully it helps. Good luck.

SHORT FUNCTIONAL TEXT
Samples:

SIGN
NOTICE
LETTER
POSTCARD
SHOPPING LIST
ANNOUNCEMENT
CONGRATULATION CARD
NOTE / MEMO / SHORT MESSAGE

SIGN/NOTICE
NO ENTRANCE
CAUTION !
Wet Floor
DO NOT ENTER
NO SMOKING
Beware of Dog
Keep your class clean
Keep off the grass
STAFF ONLY
DO NOT LITTER
IDENTITY CARD

IDENTITY CARD
Surname Given Name
TIMMY MARK TIMOTHY
Nationality
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Date of Birth
08 NOV 1966
Date of issue
05 MAY 2005
Date of expiration
04 MAY 2010
Sex Number
M 1886 – 8460 – 611530 – RJW
Holder’s Signature

SHOPPING LIST
30 kg rice
4 kg sugar
2 lt cooking oil
3 kg eggs
1 pack tea
1 bottle shampoo
2 bars of soap
1 kg washing powder
Drinking water
Soft drink
Food
Lunch
Fruits
Cakes
Cookies
comics

ANNOUNCEMENT
STAMP CLUB
We collect and swap stamps! Student’s Affair Room .
Tuesday, after school.
(Mr. Andre)
To : Students of Class VII
From : Mr. Budi Setyahandana
Please bring some kinds of flowers and leaves to the class on Friday, 2 December.
Thank you.

NOTE/MEMO/SHORT MESSAGE

Dear kids,
Mommy is going to the supermarket. Your lunch is on the table.
Love,
Mommy

Dear Lisa,
Let’s study together at my house this afternoon, O.K.?
Call me if you can’t.
Yours,
Ratna

Dear sister,
I lost my color pen.
Now, I want to use yours.
May I?
Yours, Rino
POSTCARD
Parangkusuma, November 2008
Dear Jack,
Here we are in Parangkusuma at last!
The sea looks beautiful and we’re having wonderful time. We wish you were here!
Love from us all and see you soon in Jakarta.
Tuti, Benny and the kids
To : Jack Subandrio
Manahan Street 89
Jakarta 12345

LETTER
Jl. Pahlawan 162
Surabaya
October 12,2008
Dear Ratih,
How are you today? I hope you’re always fine
Ratih, I want to tell you about my new doll. I usually call it Clara. It’s my first Barbie doll. It’s so beautiful and elegant. It has blonde hair and red lips. It wears a red dress, too. Clara is a birthday present from my beloved mother. I’m so happy to have it. I can play for hours with her. One more thing that makes me happy. My mother bought Barbie clothes patterns and made several outfits for it. My mom is very nice, isn’t she?
That’s about my new doll. Do you have any dolls?
Love,
Tiara
Structure
the heading
the date
the salutation
the body of the letter
the complimentary close
the signature

CONGRATULATION CARD

To congratulate someone on :

  • Graduation
  • Anniversaries
  • Birthday
  • Holy days (IdulFitri, Christmas, New Year, …)

GET WELL CARD
It is sent to somebody who is ill or hospitalized. (they do not usually visit the patient).

Example:
GET WELL SOON
I HOPE THIS MAKES YOU FEEL BETTER
WE HOPE YOU BACK TO WORK/SCHOOL AGAIN SOON
Cheers,
Noni

WISHES NOTE
Example :
HAPPY BIRTHDAY
MAY YOUR WISHES COME TRUE
HAVE A NICE HOLIDAY
Happy new year.
Have a bright & joyful year…

INSTRUCTIONS – PROCEDURE
USING A CORRECTION PEN
1. Shake well with the cap on before using.
2. Remove the cap.
3. Gently press tip to paper and lightly squeeze bottle.

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