Bahasa Inggris

MATA DIKLAT : BAHASA INGGRIS
TUJUAN : 1. Menggunakan bahasa Inggris untuk berkomunikasi, antara lain mendengarkan, mengekspresikan diri, mengemukakan pendapat, menyampaikan informasi.
2. Mengembangkan logika dan kemampuan berpikir peserta didik.
KOMPETENSI : Berkomunikasi dalam bahasa inggris pada level novice (Score: 10 – 300)
KODE : A
DURASI PEMELAJARAN : 152 – 266 Jam @ 45 menit

SUB KOMPETENSI
KRITERIA KINERJA LINGKUP BELAJAR MATERI POKOK PEMELAJARAN
SIKAP PENGETAHUAN KETERAMPILAN
1. Memberi Salam (Greetings and leave takings)
[6 – 10 jam]  Ungkapan salam pada saat bertemu dan berpisah digunakan secara tepat.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Time of the day.
 Grammar: Simple Present and Personal Pronouns
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Formal and informal expressions used in greetings and leave takings:
▪ Good Morning/ Afternoon/ Evening; Hi, Hello.
▪ How are you today? How’s life?
▪ Goodbye; Bye; See you later.
▪ Good night.
▪ Fine, Well, etc.
– Time of the day (incl. the concept on a.m. and p.m.)
 Grammar:
– Simple Present of BE: is, am, are
– Personal Pronouns: I, you, he, she, it, we, they
 Listening:
– Matching greeting expressions with the time of the day.
– Dictation.
– Listening for information.
 Speaking:
– Saying greeting expressions based on the time given.
– Role-playing dialogs describing greeting and leave takings situations.
– Retelling a story.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: short passages
 Writing:
– Completing dialogs.
– Arranging jumbled dialogs.
– Writing dialogs.
2. Berkenalan (Introducing oneself and others)
[6 – 11 jam]  Percakapan tentant memperkenalkan diri sendiri dan orang lain diperagakan.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 The Alphabet (Spelling)
 Nationalities and languages
 Grammar: Agree ment; Demon-stratives; Yes/No Questions
 Various communicative activities.  Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Formal and informal expressions used in introduction:
▪ My (first/last) name is …
▪ This is Mr. Smith, our new manager.
▪ How do you do?
▪ Pleased to meet you.
▪ (Please) call me ….
– The English Alphabet (Spelling)
– Nationalities and languages:
▪ I’m American.
▪ I come from America.
▪ I speak English.
 Grammar:
– Noun – Pronoun Agreement
– Demonstratives: this/these; that/those
– Yes/No Questions
 Listening:
– Completing cloze dialog with oral (recorded) information.
– Listening for information.
 Speaking:
– Saying and spelling own names.
– Matching statements with pictures.
– Completing dialogs with appropriate words and/or expressions.
– Acting out dialogs containing introduction based on charts.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: dialogs, passages, charts.
 Writing:
– Writing statements based on the clues.
– Matching expressions.
– Completing tables.
– Completing dialogs.
– Writing dialogs

3. Berterimakasih (Thanking)
[6 – 10 jam]  Berbagai macam ungkapan untuk menyatakan terima kasih digunakan secara tepat.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar: Present Perfect, Wh-questions, Prepositions; Thanks for….
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary and expressions:
– Expressions that need response of thanks:
▪ Congratulation on ..
▪ Etc.
– Expressions used to show gratitude:
▪ Thanks a lot.
▪ Thank you.
▪ Thanks in advance.
▪ I’d like to express my deep gratitude to you.
▪ Many thanks.
▪ That’s very kind of you.
▪ Etc.
– Expressions used to respond to thanks:
▪ Don’t mention it.
▪ You are welcome.
 Grammar:
– Present Perfect Simple
– Wh-Question: How long, how many times
– Prepositions of place
– Thank you for (noun/verb ing)

 Listening:
– Completing cloze texts (lyrics of songs, etc)
– Dictation.
– Listening for information.
 Speaking:
– Responding with thanks to various situations (congratulation, etc.)
– Acting out dialogs containing thanking expressions.
– Giving oral announcements.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: dialogs, letters, announcements, etc.
 Writing:
– Rearranging jumbled statements.
– Completing dialogs.
– Writing dialogs.
– Writing letters to express gratitude
4. Mengungkapkan perintah dan permintaan (Expressing commands and requests)
[10 – 18 jam]  Bentuk dan ungkapan untuk menyatakan perintah dan permintaan digunakan secara tepat.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar: Verb form used in Commands and Requests; Adverbs of Place and Manner: Wh-questions
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Expressions and verb form used in commands and requests:
▪ Sit down.
▪ Come here.
▪ You must follow the rules!
▪ Could you do me a favor?
▪ Would you mind closing the door?
– Responses to commands and requests:
▪ Yes, I will.
▪ Certainly.
 Grammar:
– Base form of verb used in Commands and Requests: Listen; Pay attention, please.
– Adverbs of Place:
▪ Here; there
▪ Next door; in the hall
– Adverbs of Manner:
▪ Quickly
▪ Attentively
▪ Wh-Questions: Where; How
 Listening:
– Acting out instructions.
– Completing cloze texts.
– Dictation.
– Listening for information.
 Speaking:
– Responding to commands and requests orally.
– Acting out dialogs.
– Reporting what to do.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: manuals, instructions, etc.
 Writing:
– Rearranging jumbled instructions.
– Writing dialogs containing commands and or requests.
– Rewriting instructions with ‘You must ….’ based on a text.
5. Menyebutkan bilangan (Dealing with numbers)
[8 – 14 jam]  Bilangan kardinal dan ordinal digunakan dalam berbagai konteks secara tepat.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions: Cardinal and ordinal numbers: Simple Arithmatic Process
 Grammar: Plurality, Number – Noun Agreement, Quantitative Adjectives
 Various communicative activities.  Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Cardinal numbers: one, two, three, etc.
– Ordinal numbers: first, second, third, etc.
– Numbers for identity: 5075 (five o seven five), G247 (ji two four seven), etc.
– Numbers for measurements: 10 dollars, 176 cm, etc.
– Numbers for Ranks and Series: the 2nd (second) step, June 6th (sixth), etc.
– Simple Arithmatic Process: addition, reduction, division, multiplication.
 Grammar:
– Plurality: book – books, knife – knives, child – childrren, etc.
– Number – Noun Agreement: 50 students,
– Quantitative Adjectives  Listening
– Dictations: telephone numbers, prices, sequence, arithmetic process (loose and or in contexts).
– Listening for information.
 Speaking:
– Saying telephone numbers, prices, sequences, arithmetic process (loose and or in contexts).
– Responding to questions relating to numbers.
– Creating and role-playing dialogs based on the situations given.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: graphs, tables, menus, schedules, etc.
 Writing:
– Matching numbers and how they are said.
– Writing how numbers are said.
– Writing dialogs involving the use of numbers in various contexts.

6. Mendeskripsikan benda (Describing things)
[12 – 21 jam]  Benda dideskripsikan berdasarkan ukuran, bentuk, warna, letak atau dari bahan apa benda itu terbuat.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions: adjectives for description
 Grammar: Expletive ‘there,’ linking verbs, Prepositions of Location
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary for description:
– Adjectives of quality: good, beautiful, etc.
– Adjectives of size: big, small, etc.
– Adjectives of shape: round, oval, etc.
– Adjectives of Age: old, new, etc.
– Adjectives of color: blue, red, etc.
– Adjectives of origin: American, Chinese, etc.
– Adjectives of substance: gold, wooden, etc.
 Grammar:
– Adjectives in series:
▪ a beautiful, big, L-shaped , wooden house.
– Linking verbs:
▪ be, look, sound, smell, taste, etc.
– There + be (existence):
▪ there is + UN/Sing CN
▪ there are + Plural CN
▪ Prepositions of location: at, in, on, between, etc
 Listening:
– Matching pictures based on given description.
– Dictation.
– Listening for information
 Speaking:
– Describing things.
– Discussing things based on the physical appearance.
– Role-playing dialogs.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: passages
 Writing:
– Describing things.
– Arranging jumbled paragraphs.
– Writing short paragraphs based on pictures given

7. Mendeskripsikan orang (Describing people)
[10 – 18 jam]  Seseorang dideskripsikan dengan menyebutkan ciri-ciri-ciri fisiknya misal: rambut, mata, hidung, mulut, warna kulit; dan ciri non fisik.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions: adjectives for description
 Grammar:
– The verb ‘have’
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary: Adjectives for describing people:
– Physically (appearance):
▪ cute, beautiful, ugly, charming, etc.
– Non-physically ( characteristics):
▪ humorous, disgusting, etc.
– Adjective phrases:
▪ The young man in blue jeans is our new manager.
 Grammar:
– The verb ‘have’ for describing people:
▪ He has long hair, white skin, oval face, etc.
 Listening:
– Matching pictures based on given description
– Listening for information: short talk
 Speaking:
– Discussing the physical characteristics of persons.
– Describing people based on the physical appearance
– Role-playing dialogs.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: passages about one’s profile
 Writing:
– Describing people.
– Writing short paragraphs based on the clues given
8. Mengungkapkan perasaan (Expressing feelings)
[10 – 18 jam]  Macam-macam perasaan (emotion) diungkapkan dengan tepat.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions: adjectives expressing feelings.
 Grammar:
 Linking Verbs:
 Subject – Verb Agreement
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Adjectives expressing feelings:
▪ happy, sad, etc.  Listening:
– Dictation.
– Listening for information: dialogs, paragraphs.

- Adjective with -ing and -ed:
▪ boring vs bored,
▪ disappointing vs disappointed, etc.
 Grammar:
– Linking verbs:
▪ get bored
▪ turn bad
– Subject – Verb Agreement:
– The manager was very satisfied with the rise of the revenue.
– The discussion about the multi-dimension crises is being held in the city hall.
– Etc.  Speaking:
– Responding to questions involving feelings.
– Expressing emotions based on certain events
– Creating and role-playing dialogs based on the clues given.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: stories arousing readers’ emotions.
 Writing:
– Expressing emotions through writing.
– Arranging jumbled dialogs.
– Writing stories (bad and good experiences)

9. Membandingkan sesuatu (Comparing things)
[8 – 14 jam]  Bentuk kata sifat dan atau keterangan digunakan secara tepat untuk mem-bandingkan sesuatu.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions:
 Grammar:
 Comparison of adjectives and adverbs
 Noun substitutes
– Adjective phrases with -ing/-ed forms.
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used in the contexts.
 Grammar:
– Comparison of adjectives with -er/-est; more -/most – :
▪ Among the girls in her class her hair is the longest.
▪ This kitchen is more spacious than my living room (is).
– Comparison of adverbs with -er /-est; more -/most – :
▪ They filed the documents more neatly than the way you did.
– Adjective Phrase (with -ing and -ed forms):
– Noun substitutes: one/ones; that/those:
▪ The working climate in this company is nicer than that in my previous company.
▪ That’s the girl taking care of your son when you were away.
 Listening:
– Dictation.
– Listening for information: dialogs, short talks.
 Speaking:
– Asking and answering questions using comparison based on pictures.
– Asking and answering questions using comparison based on facts.
– Role-playing dialogs.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: passages graphs, tables, etc.
 Writing:
– Writing sentences comparing two and or more things.
– Rearranging jumbled paragraphs.
10. Menawarkan sesuatu (Expressing offers)
[8 – 14 jam]  Berbagai macam ungkapan untuk menawarkan sesuatu produk dan atau jasa digunakan secara tepat.  Phonology
 Relevant vocabulary and expressions.
 Grammar:
– Modal Auxiliaries
– Compound sentences
– V(1) – V(2) Constructions.
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Expressions used to offer product and or services:
▪ Would you like to have some drink?
▪ Shall I get you a marker?
 Grammar:
– Modal Auxiliaries used in expressing offers:
▪ SHALL/ SHOULD
▪ WILL/ WOULD
– Compound Sentences (Conjunctions: AND, OR, BUT):
▪ Both the president and the vice president attended the meeting.
– V(1) – V(2) constructions:
▪ We want to finish the report after lunch.
 They enjoyed eating in that restaurant.
 Listening:
– Listening to cloze texts (dialogs).
– Listening for information: dialogs
 Speaking:
– Making offers based on clues given.
– Responding to offers (accept and or refuse).
– Creating and role-playing dialogs expressing offers.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: dialogs
 Writing:
– Writing statements using expressions of offer.
– Writing a text (narration) based on dialogs.
11. Mendeskripsikan peristiwa yang sedang terjadi (Describing events)
[8 – 14 jam]  Bentuk ‘tense’ yang tepat digunakan untuk menggambarkan peristiwa yang sedang terjadi.  Phonology
 Vocabuary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Relevant Tenses
– Introductory ‘there’
– Noun Derivatives
 Various communicative activities.

 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used in the contexts.
 Grammar:
– Present Continuous:
▪ The man is fixing the equipment.
– Future Continuous:
▪ When you arrive at the office, your staff will be joining the briefing.
▪ There + be (existence):
▪ There is a party compaign in the city hall.
– Suffixes to form nouns: -er/-or; -ist; -ty/-ity; -al; -ant/-ance /-ence/ancy/-ency;-ion/-ition:
▪ teach – teacher
▪ type – typist
▪ apply – applicant, application
▪ assist – assistang, assistance
 Listening:
– Listen to someone’s work experience
 Speaking:
– Telling the tasks of a certain profession
– Telling a certain profession based on the uniform and the working environment
 Reading:
– Read an article from newspaper about someone’s work experience
 Writing:
– Writing someone’s ambition

12. Meminta dan memberikan ijin (Asking for and giving permission)
[8 – 14 jam]  Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk meminta dan memberikan ijin.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Relevant modal auxiliaries
– V(1) + Obj + V(2) Constructions:
– Conditional Sentence Type I
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used in asking for and giving permission:
▪ May I come in?
▪ You can leave before 7.
▪ Do you mind if I leave now?
 Grammar:
– Modals Auxiliaries:
▪ CAN/COULD
▪ MAY/MIGHT
– V(1) + Obj + V(2) Constructions:
▪ The manager warned me not to be late again.
▪ Will you let me go now?
▪ We saw the old man crossing the street.
▪ She is having her eyes examined.
– Conditional Sentence Type I:
 If the weather is nice this afternoor, we will go to the beach.
 Listening:
– Dictation
– Listening for information: dialogs
 Speaking:
– Asking for permissions based on clues (word, picture)
– Responding to someone asking for permission (positively/ negatively)
– Creating and role-playing dialogs involving permissions.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: dialogs.
 Writing:
– Writing sentences asking for permissions based on clues.
– Writing dialogs involving expressions of permission.
13. Mengungkapkan kemungkinan (Expressing possibility)
[6 – 10 jam]  Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk menyatakan kemungkinan.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Relevant Modal Auxiliaries
– Introductory ‘It’
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used to show possibility (future & past):
▪ The meeting may/might begin soon.
▪ The board meeting may/might have begun already.
 Grammar:
– Modals Auxiliaries:
▪ CAN/COULD
▪ MAY/MIGHT
– Introductory ‘It':
▪ It is possible that ….  Listening:
– Listening for information: dialogs, short talks
 Speaking:
– Making sentences expressing possibilities based on clues
– Creating and role-playing dialogs expressing possibilities.
 Reading:
– Reading for: passages, dialogs
 Writing:
– Writing sentences expressing possibilities based on the clues given.
– Writing dialogs expressing possibilities.
14. Menjelaskan tanda-tanda dan simbol (Explaining signs and symbols)
[6 – 11 jam]  Arti suatu tanda atau lambang tertentu dijelaskan dengan benar dan tepat.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Wh-word Questions
– Question tags
 Various communicative activities.

 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.

 Listening:
– Dictation: sentences explaining the meaning of signs and symbols
– Listening for information: dialogs

   Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used to explain signs and symbols:
▪ That P sign means that you can park your car there.
▪ The symbol ‘lady’ means the toilet is for women.
▪ ‘No Smoking’ means we are not allowed to smoke in that area.
 Grammar:
– Wh-word questions: WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, etc.
▪ What does this sign mean?
▪ Where are we allowed to smoke cigarettes?
– Question Tags Questions:
▪ The board meeting starts at 9 a.m., doesn’t it?
▪ All staff are invited to the meeting, arent You
 Speaking:
– Giving explanation based on signs and symbols given.
– Creating and role-playing dialogs about signs and symbols.
 Reading:
– Understanding notices and reminders from a passage.
 Writing:
– Writing the explanation of signs and symbols.
– Writing involving explanation of signs and symbols

15. Meminta dan memberikan petunjuk arah dan lokasi (Asking for and giving directions and locations)
[6 – 10 jam]  Berbagai bentuk dan ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk meminta dan memberi petunjuk arah dan lokasi suatu tempat.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Relevant Modal Auxiliaries
– Prepositions of Place and Location
 Various communicative activities.

 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used in asking for and giving directions and locations:
▪ Could you tell me the way to the post office?
▪ How can I get to the bank?
▪ Go straight on. At the junction turn left. The bank is there beside the ….
▪ Go straight on, take the second turn on the left.
 Grammar:
– Modals Auxiliaries:
▪ COULD and WOULD
– Preposition of place and location:
▪ ON, AT, IN, BESIDE, etc.
▪ IN FRONT OF, RIGHT BEHIND, etc

 Listening:
– Listening for information
 Speaking:
– Role-playing how to ask for and give directions based on the map given
 Reading:
– Read a location on the map.
 Writing:
– Writing directions or location
16. Mengungkapkan keinginan dan kebutuhan (Expressing wants and needs)
[8 – 14 jam]  Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk menyatakan keinginan dan kebutuhan.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Constructions with want or need
– Verb Derivatives
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used in expressing wants and needs:
▪ If you want to drink a cup of coffee, what do you need?
▪ I need a cup, a saucer, sugar, tea, spoon, coffee and hot water.
 Grammar:
– Want + noun/verb:
▪ Do you want coffee or tea?
▪ I just want to stay alone.
– Need + noun/verb:
▪ They need a lot of things.
▪ Do we need to come?
▪ This machine needs mending.
– Prefixes and suffixes to form verbs: en-; -en; -ize; -fy:
▪ You should ensure him about this matter.

 Listening:
– Listening to songs (cloze lyrics)
– Dictation
– Listening for information: dialogs
 Speaking:
– Interviewing for family needs.
– Creating and role-playing dialogs expressing needs and wants
 Reading:
– Reading for information: passages, dialogs, etc.
 Writing:
– Writing sentences expressing needs and wants.
– Listing one’s needs and wants.
– Writing dialogs expressing wants and needs.

▪ Why don’t you shorten your visit to the branch office?
▪ How will you classify these documents ?
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17. Menyampaikan penyesalan dan permintaan maaf (Expressing regrets and apologies)
[8 – 14 jam]  Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk menyatakan penyesalan dan meminta maaf.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Relative Pronouns:
– Ellyptical Constructions
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used to show regrets and apologies:
▪ I regret to tell you that ….
▪ I am sorry that ….
▪ I am afraid I won’t be able to come.
▪ Please forgive me for ….
▪ I apologize for ….
 Grammar:
– Relative Pronouns:
▪ That’s the man who will manage this branch office.
▪ Have they decided the site where the party would be conducted?
 Listening:
– Dictation
– Listening for information: dialogs
 Speaking:
– Interviewing someone on bad experiences.
– Creating and role-playing dialogs expressing regrets and apologies.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: dialogs, etc.
 Writing:
– Writing sentences expressing regrets and apologies.
– Letters expressing apologies.
– Writing dialogs expressing regrets and apologies.

- Ellyptical Constructions:
▪ If you come to the party, I will, too.
▪ The personnel manager has completed the report, but we haven’t.
18. Mengungkapkan simpati (Expressing sympathy)
[6 – 11 jam]  Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan secara tepat untuk menyatakan simpati.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
 That clause
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used to express sympathy:
▪ Congratulation on ….
▪ I am happy to hear that ….
▪ I am sorry to hear that ….
▪ Please accept my condolence for ….
▪ What a pity!
▪ What a nuisance!
▪ How awful!
 Grammar:
– Noun Clause with THAT:
▪ I am happy to hear that you are promoted.
▪ That she failed in the test has been predicted.
 Listening:
– Dictation
– Listening for information: dialogs, passages, sad and or happy moments.
 Speaking:
– Making sentences exprssing sympathy based on given situations.
– Creating and role-playing dialogs expressing of sympathy
 Reading:
– Reading for information: passages, dialogs, etc.
– Identifying sentences expressing sympathy from a reading text.
▪ Nobody will argue that Hamid is the best person for the position.
 Writing:
– Writing sentences expressing sympathy.
– Writing letters involving expressions of sympathy.
– Writing dialogs involving expressions of sympathy

19. Mengungkapkan kemampuan (Expressing capabilities)
[6 – 10 jam]  Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk menunjukkan kemampuan melakukan sesuatu.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Relevant Modal Auxiliaries
– Time Clauses
 Various communicative activities.  Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used talking about capabilities:
▪ Can you swim to cross this river?
▪ When I was a boy, I could (was able to) jump over that high wall.
 Grammar:
– Modal Auxiliaries to express capability:
▪ CAN/COULD + Base form
▪ Be able to + base form

 Listening:
– Dictation
– Listening for information: dialogs
 Speaking:
– Interviewing on someone’s skills and capabilities.
– Creating and role-playing dialogs expressing capabilities.
 Reading:
– Identifying skills and capabilities from reading passages.
– Reading for information: passages, dialogs, etc.
– Time Clauses:
▪ When I entered his room, the manager was talking on the phone.
▪ We had shipped the order when the cancellation was received.  Writing:
– Writing sentences expressing capabilities.
– Writing advertisement expressing requirements.
– Writing dialogs expressing capabilities.

20. Mengungkapkan pilihan (Expressing preferences)
[6 – 10 jam]  Berbagai macam ungkapan dan bentuk digunakan dengan tepat untuk menyatakan pilihan.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabullary and Expressions
 Grammar:
 Constructions used to show preferences
 Various communicative activities.  Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used in expressing preference:
▪ I prefer coffee to soft drink at this time of the day.
▪ I would rather stay home in weekends than go to the movies.
▪ I like badminton better than volley ball.
 Grammar:
– Would rather … than ….
– Prefer … to …
– Like … better than ….
 Listening:
– Listening to cloze texts.
– Dictation
– Listening for information: dialogs
 Speaking:
– Interviewing for one’s preferences.
– Creating and role-playing dialogs expressing preferences
 Reading:
– Reading for information: passages, dialogs, etc.
 Writing:
– Writing sentences expressing preferences.
– Writing dialogs expressing preferences.
KOMPETENSI : Berkomunikasi bahasa inggris pada level elementary (score: 305 – 450)
KODE : B
DURASI PEMELAJARAN : 152 – 266 Jam @ 45 menit

SUB KOMPETENSI
KRITERIA KINERJA LINGKUP BELAJAR MATERI POKOK PEMELAJARAN
SIKAP PENGETAHUAN KETERAMPILAN
1. Membicarakan kegiatan sehari-hari (Talking about daily activities)
[6 – 11 jam]  Bentuk ‘verb’ yang tepat digunakan untuk menyebutkan berbagai macam kegiatan sehari-hari dan kebiasaan yang lain.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Relevant Tense(s)
– Adverbs of Frequency
– Wh-word questions
 Various communicative activities.  Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Daily activities:
▪ at home
▪ at school
▪ at work
 Grammar:
– Simple present:
▪ The manager gives a short briefing before we start our work.
▪ All workers in this company always come on time.
– Adverbs of frequency:
▪ Single words: always, often, etc
▪ Multi words: once a week, every year, etc.
– Wh-word questions:
▪ How often
▪ How many times  Listening:
– Ordering events based on the information heard
 Speaking:
– Giving a speech on daily activities
 Reading:
– Reading for information from someone’s agenda
 Writing:
– Writing agenda of ones own daily activities

2. Membicarakan peristiwa masa lalu (Talking about past events)
[10 – 18 jam]  Bentuk ‘verb’ dan ungkapan yang benar digunakan untuk menceritakan peristiwa yang terjadi di masa lalu.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Relevant tenses
– Adverbs of Time
 Various communicative activities.  Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used in talking about past events:
▪ What happened to the computer, Susi?
▪ We got a paper jam in the printer, sir.
 Grammar:
– Past Simple:
▪ The meeting lasted (for) two hours.
– Past Continuous:
▪ The manager was giving his morning briefing when you called.
– Past Perfect:
▪ The repair work had finished befor you arrived.
– Adverbs of Time:
▪ Single words: yesterday
▪ phrases: two days ago, at the last board meeting, etc.
▪ clauses: when you phoned me, etc.
 Listening:
– Understanding radio and TV news
 Speaking:
– Retelling stories; TV news; radio news; and/or printed information.
 Reading:
– Reading for information from newspaper, magazines, etc.
 Writing:
– Writing articles for newspapers.
– Writing past experiences.

3. Menangani telepon (Telephone handling) [8-14 Jam]
 Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk menerima dan menjawab telepon.

 Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Adjective clauses
 Various communicative activities.  Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used in handling telephone calls:
▪ Whos is speaking, please?
▪ Would you like to leave a message?
▪ Sorry, the line is engaged.
▪ OK, I’ll put you through.
▪ Hold on, please.
▪ One moment, please.
 Grammar:
– Adjective Clauses:
– Do you know the staff who will be promoted our new division manager?
 Listening:
– Listening for information form telephone conversation
– Dictation
 Speaking:
– Role-play on telephone conversations
 Reading:
– Reading for information: dialogs
 Writing:
– Writing memo
– Writing message from telephone conversation

4. Membicarakan rencana kegiatan di masa depan (Talking about future plans and activities)
[12 – 21 jam]  Berbagai bentuk digunakan dengan benar dan tepat untuk menceritakan rencana kegiatan di masa depan.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions used to talk about future plans and activities
 Grammar:
– Relevant tenses
– Adverbs of time
 Various communicative activities.  Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used to talk about future plans and activities:
▪ Will you be joining the outing program for next weekend?
 Grammar:
– Prediction (will + base form):
▪ What will your teacher say if you come late?
– Immediate Future (be going to + base form):
▪ Are you going to swim this afternoon?
– Future Plan (be + ing form):
▪ What are you doing this weekend?
– Other forms:
▪ Please come in. We are about to begin the discussion.
– Adverbs of time:
▪ Single words: tomorrow, etc.
▪ Phrases: at the next staff meeting, etc.
▪ Clauses: when all the people have arrived, etc.
 Listening:
– Dictation
– Listening for information: dialogs
 Speaking:
– Creating and role-playing dialogs talking about future plans.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: passages, dialogs, short talks
 Writing:
– Writing sentences expressing future plans.
– Developing paragraph talking about future plans
– Writiing dialogs about future plans.
5. Menangani tamu (Guest handling)
[8 – 14 jam]  Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan untuk menangani tamu hotel, rumah makan, travel agency, dsb.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Constructions with ‘too’ and ‘enough’
 Various communicative activities.  Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used in handling guests:
▪ What can I do for you, sir?
▪ We would like to offer you a special foor.
▪ We recommend you to go to ….
▪ Welcome to our hotel.
▪ I hope you enjoy the food.
▪ I’m sure you’ll enjoy your stay here.
 Grammar:
– Constructions with ‘too + adj (+ for agent) + to infinitive':
▪ The coffee is still too hot for me to drink.
– Constructions with ‘adj + enough (+ for agent) + to inf':
– Well, this room is good enough to see the hill sight.
 Listening:
– Listening for information: dialogs
 Speaking:
– Creating and role-playing dialogs based on given situations.
– Speaking on the telephone from room to other hotel divisions.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: passages, etc.
 Writing:
– Rearranging paragraphs.
– Writing dialogs about hotel facility, menus for lunch, etc.
6. Menyampaikan undangan (Giving invitation)
[6 – 10 jam]  Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk menyampaikan undangan.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Constructions wirh ‘used to’
 Various communicative activities.  Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used in giving invitation:
▪ Would you like to come to my party?
▪ Would you like to come along?
▪ Would you mind joining us to …?
▪ I’m pleased to do that.
▪ I’m afraid I can’t. Thanks, anyway.
▪ Thank you, but I have another program.
▪ With pleasure.
 Grammar:
– Used to + base form:
▪ Our manager used to get angry to late comers.
– Be/get used to + ing form:
▪ The boss has been/ got used to having polite greetings from the staff.
 Listening:
– Dictation
– Listening for information: dialogs.
 Speaking:
– Creating and role-playing dialogs expressing invitation.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: passages, dialogs.
 Writing:
– Rearranging jumbled paragraph.
– Writing a letter of invitation.

7. Melakukan penawaran (Bargaining)
[6 – 10 jam]  Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk melakukan penawaran.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Review on relevant grammar topics
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used in bargaining:
▪ Is there any discount?
▪ What about Rp.50.000?
▪ Can you make it $1?
▪ What about 20% off?
▪ How about Rp.100.000?
 Grammar:
– Review on:
▪ Numbers
▪ Linking verbs
▪ There is/are  Listening:
– Listening for information: dialogs.
 Speaking:
– Crating and role-playing dialogs involving bargaining expressions.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: dialogs.
 Writing:
– Developing dialogs involving the expression for bargaining.

8. Membicarakan hobi dan minat (Talking about hobbies and interests)
[8 – 14 jam]  Berbagai bentuk dan ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk membicarakan hobi dan minat.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Verbs in the -ing form used as Gerunds
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Expressions used to talk about hobbies and interests:
▪ What do you do on your spare time?
▪ I usually go fishing.
▪ I like playing football in the afternoon.
▪ What’s your hobby?
▪ My hobby is playing chess.
 Grammar:
– Gerunds as Subject:
▪ Jogging is a simple sport.
– Gerunds as Object:
▪ Do you mind joining us to the beach?
– Gerunds as Complement:
▪ Her job is sorting the mail.
– Gerunds after Prepositions:
▪ Are you interested in collecting used stamps?
 Listening:
– Listening for information: dialogs, passages.
 Speaking:
– Creating and role-playing dialogs based the situations given.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: dialogs, passages.
 Writing:
– Writing sentences expressing hobbies and or interests.
– Writing dialogs about hobbies and interests.
9. Meminta dan memberikan saran dan nasihat (Asking for and giving suggestions and advice)
[10 – 18 jam]  Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk meminta dan memberikan saran dan nasihat.
 Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Relevant Modal Auxiliaries
– Causative
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used in asking for and giving suggestions and advice:
▪ What do you recommend for a headache?
▪ You had better see the doctor.
▪ Could you recommend a good restaurant around here?
▪ Yes, there’s one at the corner.
▪ You ought to wear uniform there.
 Grammar:
– Modal Auxiliaries:
▪ SHOULD; OUGHT TO; HAD BETTER
– Causatives:
▪ You ought to have your eyes examined soon.
 Listening:
– Listening for information: dialogs.
 Speaking:
– Creating and role-playing dialogs based on the situation given.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: brochure, catalogs, etc.
 Writing:
– Writing a list of things to buy.
– Writing a brochure of a product.

10. Mengungkapkan keharusan (Expressing necessity and obligation)
[8 – 14 jam]  Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk mengungkapkan keharusan.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Relevant Modal Auxiliaries
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used in expressing necessity and obligation:
▪ It is necessary for you to be here on time.
▪ You must be here before the boss comes.
▪ You have to submit the report by June 1st.
▪ You need not come to the meeting, I think.
 Grammar:
– Modal Auxiliaries:
▪ MUST and HAVE TO
▪ BE TO
▪ BE OBLIGED TO
▪ NEED  Listening:
– Listening for information: dialogs.
 Speaking:
– Creating and role-playing dialogs based on the situations given.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: dialogs, passages.
 Writing:
– Rewriting sentences based on the given clues.
– Writing sentences expressing necessity and or obligation.
11. Mengungkapkan kepastian (Expressing certainty)
[8 – 14 jam]
 Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk mengungkapkan kepastian.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Relevant Modal Auxiliaries
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used in expressing certainty:
▪ I’m sure that it’s going to rain.
▪ I’m certain it will work.
▪ It must be him who called.
▪ You might be correct.
 Grammar:
– Modal Auxiliaries:
▪ MUST
▪ MAY/MIGHT  Listening:
– Listening for information: dialogs.
 Speaking:
– Creating and role-playing dialogs based on the given situations.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: passages, dialogs.
• Writing:
– Writing paragraphs based on the given situations.
– Writing dialogs based on the given situations.
12. Memberikan pujian dan merespon pujian (Giving and responding to compliments)
[6 – 10 jam]  Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk memberikan dan merespon pujian.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used in giving and responding to compliments:
 Listening:
– Listening for information: dialogs.
 Speaking:
– Creating and role-playing dialogs based on the given situations.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: passages, dialogs.
 Writing:
– Writing paragraphs based on dialogs given.

▪ Well done!
▪ Fantastic!
▪ That’s great!
▪ Thank you.
▪ Do you really think so?
▪ It’s very kind of you to say that.
▪ Thanks, I need that.
▪ You’ve made my day.

13. Menggambarkan proses (Describing process)
[8 – 14 jam]  Berbagai macam bentuk dan ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk menggambarkan proses terjadinya suatu peristiwa dan atau berfungsinya suatu alat.
 Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Transitional markers
– Adjective Derivatives
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used to explain how things work:
▪ Tell me how to operate this machine.
▪ First, switch on the power. Second, …. And the last, ….
 Grammar:
– Transitional Markers:
▪ First, …. Second, …. The last, ….
– Suffixes to form adjectives:
▪ –able/–ible
▪ –ish
▪ –full/–less
▪ –some
▪ –ous/–ious  Listening:
– Listening for information: instructions how things work.
 Speaking:
– Describing the way an event takes place.
– Describing the way an instrument works.
 Reading:
– Getting ideas on how things work from a reading text.
 Writing:
– Writing the functions of a tool and how it works.
14. Menjelaskan fakta dan angka (Explaining facts and figures)
[6 – 12 jam]
 Berbagai ungkapan digunakan secara tepat untuk menjelaskan fakta dan angka pada suatu sajian data.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Cause – Effect Relationship:
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used in facts and figures:
▪ The ratio 1 : 7 means ….
▪ The total number reflects ….
▪ The graph shows that ….
 Grammar:
– Cause – Effect Relationship:
▪ Due to the bad weather, the plane had to land on the water.
▪ Because of his inconsistencies, nobody now believes in whatever he says.
▪ Since he is very forgetful, someone has to remind him on many things.  Listening:
– Dictation: figures written in words.
– Listening to the text to fill in the incomplete graphs, formats, etc. with figures.
– Listening for information: dialogs
 Speaking:
– Creating and role-playing dialogs involving facts and figures.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: passages
 Writing:
– Filling in formats with figures.
– Writing a reservation letter

15. Mengungkapkan pendapat (Expressing opinions)
[10 – 18 jam]  Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk menyatakan pendapat.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Noun Clauses
– Indirect Questions
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used in expressing opinions:
▪ I think that ….
▪ In my opinion, ….
▪ What I have in my mind is ….
 Grammar:
– Noun Clauses as Object:
▪ I never believe that there will be another rationalization.
▪ The manager has often said that all staff will receive extra bonus.
– Indirect Questions:
▪ Do you know why the boss looked very pale this morning?
▪ Have the board decided when the new branch office will be officially opened?
 Listening:
– Listening for information: dialogs.
 Speaking:
– Expressing opinions based on the given clues.
– Creating and role-playing dialogs based on the given situations.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: passages.
 Writing:
– Writing opinions based on the given clues.

16. Menyatakan persetujuan dan ketidaksetujuan (Agreeing and disagreeing)
[6 – 10 jam]  Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk menyatakan persetujuan dan atau ketidaksetujuan.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Concessive Relationship
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used to show agreement and disagreement:
▪ I agree with you.
▪ I don’t agree with you.
▪ I am with you.
▪ I am on your side.
▪ I have different opinion.
 Grammar:
– Concessive Relationship:
▪ Although the agenda had been carefully discussed, there were complaints from the participants.
▪ He keeps on walking eventhough it is raining very hard.
 Listening:
– Dictation
– Listening for information: dialogs.
 Speaking:
– Creating and role-playing dialogs based on the given situations.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: passages, dialogs.
 Writing:
– Writing sentences expressing agreement and or disagreement based on the given clues.

17. Melakukan persuasi (Persuading)
[6 – 10 jam]  Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk melakukan persuasi.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Review on relevant grammar topics
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Expressions used in persuasion:
▪ Why don’t you try our special drink, Bajigur, tonight? It’s good to warm your body.
▪ If I were you, I would ….
▪ You will have the best service here.
▪ Etc.
 Grammar:
– Review on:
▪ Future Simple
▪ Conditional Sentences Type II
▪ Comparison of Adjectives
 Listening:
– Listening for information: dialogs
 Speaking:
– Creating and role-playing dialogs to persuade others (based on the given situations).
 Reading:
– Reading for information: dialogs, passages.
 Writing:
– Writing sentences expressing persuasion.
– Writing dialogs.
18. Menyampaikan argumentasi (Arguing)
[8 – 14 jam]  Berbagai macam bentuk dan ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk menyampaikan argumentasi sebagai pendukung pendapat dan atau usulan yang diajukan.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Cause – Effect Relationships
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
▪  Listening:
– Listening for information from a conversation
 Speaking:
– Developing sentences to support previously given proposals/ topics.

 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used in giving arguments:
▪ Yes, but don’t forget ….
▪ That may be so, but ….
▪ On one hand, I agree with you, but on the other hand, ….
▪ That’s a good idea, but ….
 Grammar:
– Cause – Effect Relationships:
▪ The flight did not arrive on time because the radar system of the airport didn’t function well.
▪ She was so confident with her preparation that she could perform very well in the seminar.
▪ As the analysis of the report has not been done, the meeting had to be cancelled.  Reading:
– Reading for information: talks, dialogs, passages, etc.
 Writing:
– Developing arguments based on the given topics/issues.

19. Meyakinkan seseorang untuk menerima pendapat/ usulan (Convincing others)
[6 – 10 jam]  Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk meyakinkan orang lain agar bersedia menerima pendapat dan atau usulan yang diajukan.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Review on relevant grammar topics
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used in convincing others:
▪ I’m sure you are on your track.
▪ That’s the best decision, I believe.
▪ I bet you could do it.
 Grammar:
– Review on:
▪ Comparison of Adjectives
▪ Modal Auxiliaries used in giving suggestions  Listening:
– Listening for information: short talks
 Speaking:
– Creating and role-playing dialogs involving expressions to convince others.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: passages
 Writing:
– Writing paragraphs to convince others to act.

20. Membuat kesimpulan (Making conclusions)
[6 – 10 jam]  Berbagai ungkapan dan bentuk digunakan dengan tepat untuk menarik kesimpulan dari pembicaraan yang tengah dan atau telah dilakukan  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expresions
 Grammar:
– Review on relevant grammar topics
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used in drawing conclusions:
 Listening:
– Listening for information: dialogs
 Speaking:
– Creating and role-playing dialogs involving concluding sentences.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: passages
 Writing:
– Developing paragraphs

▪ Finally, ….
▪ Thus, ….
▪ So, ….
▪ To sum up, ….
▪ All in all, ….
▪ We come to the conclusion that ….
 Grammar:
– Review on:
▪ Subject – Verb Agreement
▪ Noun clause as object -

KOMPETENSI : Komunikasi bahasa inggris pada level intermediate (score: 455 – 600)
KODE : C
DURASI PEMELAJARAN : 136 – 238 Jam @ 45 menit

SUB KOMPETENSI
KRITERIA KINERJA LINGKUP BELAJAR MATERI POKOK PEMELAJARAN
SIKAP PENGETAHUAN KETERAMPILAN
1. Melakukan dan menangani pemesanan (Making and taking reservations)
[8 – 14 jam]
 Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk melakukan dan menangani reservasi.
 Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Future Perfect
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Terminology used in the following fields:
▪ hotel, restaurant, travel and transportation, movie, etc.
– Expressions used in making and taking reservations:
▪ What can I do for you, sir?
▪ Can I have your name?
▪ I beg your pardon?
▪ Could you spell your name?
 Grammar:
– Future Perfect:
▪ The order will have arrived at the harbor by the first of next month.
 Listening:
– Listening for information from a conversation
 Speaking:
– Bermain peran tentang reservation berdasarkan situasi yang diberikan
 Reading:
– Reading a dialog (in hotel, restaurant, travel agent)
 Writing:
– Filling in reservation form
– Writing a reservation letter

▪ Mr. Purwanto will have been managing this section for three years by the end of this year.
2. Menyampaikan dan menangani keluhan/ pengaduan (Expressing and handling complaints)
[10 – 17 jam]  Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk menyampaikan dan atau menangani keluhan.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Review on relevant grammar topics
 Various communicative activities.

 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used for complaining and handling complaints:
▪ It is not actually what I want.
▪ At first, you said that, but now, ….
▪ What’s wrong with this flight?
▪ I am very sorry, sir. Due to technical disorder, ….
▪ I guarantee it won’t happen again.
 Grammar:
– Review on:
▪ Future Simple
▪ Cause – Effect Relationships  Listening:
– Listening for information: dialogs
 Speaking:
– Making complaints based on given situations.
– Creating and role-playing dialogs dealing with complaints.
 Reading:
– Identifying expressions dealing with complaints: dialogs
– Reading for information: passages, dialogs.
 Writing :
– Writing letters of complaint based on given situations.

3. Membuat kesepakatan (Making arrangements)
[8 – 14 jam]
 Berbagai macam ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk membuat kesepakatan.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grammar:
– Review on relevant grammar topics
 Various communicative activities.

 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used in making arrangements:
▪ Can you make it after lunch?
▪ What about tomorrow at seven?
▪ Is tomorrow OK for you?
▪ Yes, I am sure I can make it.
▪ I am sorry, I am not available tomorrow.
▪ Sorry, I have much to do this evening. What about tomorrow evening?
 Grammar:
– Review on:
▪ Adverbs of time
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.

 Listening:
– Listening for information: dialogs
 Speaking:
– Making arrangements by phone (dialog).
 Reading:
– Reading for information: dialogs, passages.
 Writing :
– Making arrangements through letters.
 Various communicative activities.
 Vocabulary:
– Expressions used in confirming arrangements:
▪ I would like to confirm my ticket.
▪ I would like to confirm about my flight tomorrow.
– Expressions used in cancelling arrangements:
▪ I regret to tell you that I have to cancel the meeting.
▪ I am sorry that I will have to cancel my booking.
• Grammar:
– Review on:
▪ Modal Auxiliary ‘WOULD’
▪ Present Simple  Speaking:
– Creating and role-playing dialogs involving expressings of confirmation and cancellation.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: dialogs, passages.
 Writing :
– Making dialogs for confirmation and or cancellation.

5. Mengungkapkan keinginan yang tidak terjadi dan situasi yang tidak nyata (Expressing wishes and imaginary situations)
[16 -28 jam]  Berbagai bentuk dan ungkapan digunakan secara tepat untuk menyatakan keinginan yang tidak kesampaian dan atau situasi yang tidak nyata baik di masa depan, masa kini maupun masa lampau.  Phonology
 Relevant Vocabulary and Expressions
 Grarmmar:
– Conditional sentences
– Subjunctives
 Various communicative activities.
 Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous  Phonology:
– Segmentals: Segmentals most frequently arise from the vocab used.
– Supra segmentals: Pronunciation, Stress, Pitch, Intonation, etc.
 Vocabulary:
– Words and expressions used in the contexts.
 Listening:
– Dictation
– Listening for information: dialogs.
 Speaking:
– Creating and role-playing dialogs involving wishes and imaginary situations.
 Reading:
– Reading for information: dialogs, passages.

  Grammar:
– Conditional Sentences Type 2:
▪ If I were the director, I would appoint you the executive secretary.
– Conditional Sentences Type 3:
▪ If the new director had not promoted me as the personnel manager, I would have quit from this company.
▪ If the man had been appointed the principal of the school, he could have made some changes.
– Subjunctives with ‘wish’, ‘if only’ and ‘would rather':
▪ The salary in this company is very low. I wish I didn’t work here.
▪ We could not save the child. If only there were a doctor around here

 Writing :
– Writing statements expressing unfulfilled wishes and imaginary situations based on the given situations.

6. Menulis surat (Writing letters)
[20 – 35 jam]  Berbagai macam bentuk dan ungkapan digunakan dengan tepat untuk menulis berbagai jenis surat.  Personal Letter
 Business Letter
 Application Letter  Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Personal Letter
 Business Letters:
– Parts of a business letter:
▪ The letter head
▪ The inside address
▪ The salutation
▪ The body of the letter
▪ The closure
▪ The signature
 Type of a business letter:
▪ Inquiry Letter
▪ Letter of Order
▪ Etc.
 Application Letters:
– Job Advertisements
– Curriculum vitae
 Listening:
– Dictation (letter)
– Listening for information from a letter.
 Speaking:
– Discussing the format of a personal and business letter.
– Discussing the content of a letter.
 Reading:
– Reading for information from a letter and or an advertisement.
 Writing:
– Writing personal letters
– Writing CV (resume)
– Writing an application letter.
– Writing business letters.

7. Membuat laporan (Writing reports)
[24 – 42 jam]  Bentuk dan format yang tepat digunakan untuk menulis laporan.
 Grammar Review
 Spelling and Punctuation
 Format of a report  Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Review on Compound and Complex Sentences
 Spelling and Punctuation
 Format of a report:
– Title Page
– Preface
– Table of Contents
– Introduction
– Presentation (Content)
– Conclusion
– Bibliography
– Appendix  Writing:
– Collecting data by filling in format.
– Paragraph development.
– Writing an essay based on the topic given.
– Writing reports.
8. Menyajikan laporan secara lisan (Presenting reports)
[54 – 94 jam]  Ucapan, intonasi, bahasa tubuh, cara berdiri, sistematika penyajian, alat bantu penyajian dan cara menanggapi pertanyaan digunakan secara tepat untuk menyajikan laporan secara lisan.  Slides Development
 Presentation Skills  Logical
 Effective
 Efficient
 Accurate
 Appropriate
 Polite
 Friendly
 Courteous
 Fluent
 Confident
 Creative  Skills in developing slides for presentarion
 Presentation Skills:
– How to open a speech:
– How to propose ideas
– How to elaborate ideas
– How to close a speech
– How to handle questions
– How to use body language
– How to maintain audience’s attention
– How to use media for presentation  Writing:
– Developing slides for presentation.
 Speaking (Presenting a report):
– Opening a presentation
– Presenting the main idea
– Elaborating the main idea
– Drawing a conclusion
– Closing the presentation.
– Handling questions from audience.

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