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Sample Lesson Plan for English Subject
LESSON PLAN

School : Senior High School........
Subject : English
Grade/ Semester : X/ II
Session : 1 st
Time Allotment : 2 x 45 Minutes
Competence Standard : 8. Listening
To respond the meaning of monologue in the of narrative text in the daily life context. I. Basic Competence : 8.2. To respond the meaning of simple of monologue using oral language accurately, fluency, and acceptably in daily life context in the form of narrative text. II. Indicators;

- Identify the settings of the tell short story that they have read - Identify the main characters of the tell short story
- Identify the plot of the tell short story
- Identify the problem arises followed by other problems of the tell short story - Identify the solution to the problem of the tell short story

III. Teaching and Learning Objectives;
At the end of this learning activity; the students are able to: - Identify the settings of the tell short story that they have read - Identify the main characters of the tell short story
- Identify the plot of the tell short story
- Identify the problem arises followed by other problems of the tell short story - Identify the solution to the problem of the tell short story

IV. Lesson Material;
a. Topic : Narrative Text
b. Source : Unit 7 [page 106-112]
c. Teaching Aids : Modeling of Text
d. Grammar Focus : The use of Direct and Indirect, Pronoun,
Past Tense, Noun Phrases, and Adjectives.
V. Methods
- Explanation
- Discuss in pair work
VI. Teaching and Learning Activities

a. Pre Activity
- Greeting
- Check Present list
- Teacher tell about the indicators that will be reacheed.

b. Main Activity
- Teacher ask the students to listen to the tell short story - Teacher ask the students to identify the settings of the tell short story - Teacher ask the students to identify the main characters of the tell short story - Teacher ask the students to identify the plot of the tell short story - Teacher ask the students to identify the problem arises followed by other problems of the tell short story - Teacher ask the students to identify the solution to the problem of the tell short story

c. Post Activiy
- Teacher ask the students to discuss making up a difference about climax and ending. - Teacher gives chance to the students to ask their problems. - Teacher gives homework to students for make write a short story.

VII. Source
Th. M. Sudarwati; Eudia Grace, 2006, Look Ahead 1, An English Course for Senior High Students Year X, Jakarta, Erlangga.

VII. Evaluation
a. Kind of the test : an assigment individually
b. Instrument :
1. What the story tell about?
2. Why did Della cut her hair?
3. Why did Jim Young sell his magnificent gold pocket watch? 4. In your opinion, is it a happy or sad ending story?Explain.

Acknowledge by Langen, May 2010

School Principal Teacher For example (English Teacher)

(Headmaster Name) (Teacher Name)
NIP: NIP.
SAMPLE LESSON
Used for 4th grade students (class size: 40 students / Class length: 40 minutes) 1. Warm-up Activity: “The Wheels on the Bus” (4-6 minutes) A good warm-up is:
* Usually (but not always) a review (in this case, the song was the previous lesson) * something that is familiar (the objective is to get students into English fast) * Something fun & light-hearted (especially for younger students... have fun with them and remember you're not only teaching, but showing them that learning English is cool) * Get their bodies going (start off with a bang! Make them feel that English is the highlight of the day! If you're using a song, appropriate body actions / dance need to be incorporated for maximum learning) 2. Review / Homework Check: Sentence Fixers (4-7 minutes)

If a teacher gives homework, then teachers need to check it, especially when it comes to written work. There are several effective ways to do this. * Do a quick walk and check to make sure everyone finished * Collect...
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