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LESSON PLAN

Grade

: Senior High School / SMA PURNA MANUNGGAL

Subject

: English

Class

: XI / Experimental

Semester

: II

Text : Narrarive
Meeting

:1

Aspect/Skill : Reading
Time

: 35 minutes

A. STANDARD COMPETENCE
students are able to understand the meaning of written text simple functional form of
short essays report, narrative, and procedure texts in the context of their daily lives and to
access knowledge.
B. COMPETENCE
Students are able to respond the meaning and rhetorical steps accurately, fluently, and
acceptable by using a variety of written language in the context of their daily lives in the
form of narrative text.
C. INDICATORS
1. To find factual information in Narrative Text.
2. To locate and identify the generic structure on narrative text; orientation,
complication, and resolution.
3. To make inference on narrative text.
4. To analyze the meaning of certain words on narrative text.
5. To locate or identify facts such as the names of characters, the time of the story or the
place of the story on narrative text.

D. GOALS

1. the students are able to find factual information in Narrative Text.


2. the students are able to locate and identify the generic structure on narrative text;
orientation, complication, and resolution.
3. the students are able to make inference on narrative text.
4. the students are able to analyze the meaning of certain words on narrative text.
5. the students are able to locate or identify facts such as the names of characters, the
time of the story or the place of the story on narrative text.
E. STRATEGY
SOCIOGRAM STRATEGY
F. SOURCES DAN MATERIAL
LKS (Lembar Kerja Siswa), Look Ahead 2 Book, and relevant topic.
G. MATERIALS OF STUDY
Why Do Hawks Hunt Chicken?
Once upon a time, a hawk fell in love with a hen. The hawk flew down from the sky and
asked the hen, Will you marry me?
The hen loved the braved, strong hawk and wished to marry him. But she said, I cannot
fly as high as you can. If you give me time, I may learn to fly as high as you. Then, we can fly
together.
The hawk agreed. Before he went away, he gave the hen a ring. This is to show that you
have promised to marry me, said the hawk.
It so happened that the hen had already promised to marry a rooster. So, when the rooster
saw the ring, he became very angry. Throw that ring away at once! shouted the rooster. The
hen was so frightened at the roosters anger that she threw away the ring immediately.
When the hawk came a few months later, the hen told him the truth. The hawk was so
furious that he cursed the hen, Why didnt you tell me earlier? Now, youll always be searching
the earth, and Ill always be flying above to catch your children, said the hawk.

H. LEARNING ACTIVITIES
1. Pre- Activity

a.
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c.
d.

The teacher says Greeting to the students


The teacher asks the students to pray before starting the lesson
The teacher lead in
The teacher asks the students about their pre knowledge about narrative

text.
2. During Activity
a. The teacher chooses a story where the relationships between the characters
are described or clearly implied.
b. The teacher reads a story to the students or have them read it themselves.
c. The teacher asks the students work individually with whole class
discussion or in small groups of one or two.
d. The teacher makes the main characters are written in the centre of a large
piece of paper while the secondary characters are recorded around the
edge.
e. Students discuss and describe the relationship between the characters at
different stages of the story.
3. Post Activity
a. The teacher asks the students to answer the questions from the
b. The teacher sumarizes the material today.
c. The teacher and the students pray together
d. The teacher closes the meeting.
I. Assessment
1. Type of the test

: written test

J. Evaluation
1. Question and Answer
2. Giving Task

Pekanbaru, 16 February 2015


Teacher

Researcher

M. Taufik Hidayat, SS

Rio Rimba Yanto

Headmaster

Masagus Suwar P, S.E


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