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LESSON PLAN

OF

VI GRADE OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENT

Standard Competence
1. Speaking

Stating Instructions and information which are very simple in the context of student’s
surroundings

Basic Competence
Making an adjacency pairs of asking and giving a thing or a help which includes: asking
for help, doing a favor, asking for something, and giving something.

Indicator
a. Students are able to respond to the expressions of asking and giving help.

b. Students are able to respond to the expressions of asking and giving directions.

c. Students are able to repeat the teacher of how to: ask and give help.

d. Students are able to repeat the teacher of how to: ask and give directions.

e. Students are able to pronounce how to ask and give help correctly.

f. Students are able to pronounce how to ask and give directions correctly.

g. Students are able to make a simple adjacency pairs with a partner about how to ask and
give help.

h. Students are able to make a simple adjacency pairs with a partner about how about how
to ask and give directions.

i. Students are able to perform an adjacency pairs that they make up with a partner in front
of the class.

Purpose of Study
In the end of the study:

a. 80% of the students correctly respond to 8 of 10 expressions of asking for help.

b. 80% of the students correctly respond to 8 of 10 expressions of doing a favor.

c. 80% of the students correctly respond to 8 of 10 expressions of asking directions.

d. 80% of the students correctly respond to 8 of 10 expressions of giving directions.

e. 80% of the students are able to repeat at least 75% the expressions in the list given by the
teacher.

f. 75% of the students are able to mention 3 kinds of expressions about how to ask for help.

g. 75% of the students are able to mention 3 kinds of expressions about how to do a favor.

h. 75% of the students are able to mention 3 kinds of expressions about how to ask
directions.

i. 75% of the students are able to mention 3 kinds of expressions about how to give
directions.

j. 75% of the students are able to pronounce 8 of 10 expressions in the list given by the
teacher.

k. 75% of the students are able to make an adjacency pairs with a partner using one of the
expressions given by the teacher in about 15 minutes.

l. 75% of the students are able to perform the adjacency pairs with a partner in front of the
class for about 3 minutes.

Material of Learning
a. Expression

• Expressing asking for a help

 Would you help me.., please?

 Could you help me…, please?

 Do you mind helping me…, please?

 Can you help me…, please?


 May I ask you to help me…

 Would you mind if I ask you to…

• Expressing doing a favor

 Of course, I would…

 With a pleasure.

 Yes, sure.

 Sure, I would.

 No, I don’t mind.

 I’d be glad to…

• Expressing asking for directions

 Would you tell me how to…

 Could you tell me…, please?

 Do you mind telling me…, please?

 Can you tell me…, please?

• Expressing showing directions

 Of course, I would. You must…

 With a pleasure, it is located in…

 Yes, sure. You may…

 I’d be glad to…

b. Adjacency pairs

Adjacency pairs I (asking for help and doing a favor)

Student A : Would you pass me the strawberry jam, please?


Student B : Yes, of course. Here it is for you.

Adjacency pairs II (asking for and giving directions)

Student A : Would you tell me where Mall Ciputra is?

Student B : With a pleasure, it is located in Simpang Lima.

c. Grammar

 Declarative sentence

 Interrogative sentence 1

 Interrogative sentence 2

 Imperative sentence

d. Vocabularies

 Pleasure

 Glad

 Mind

 Ask

 Give

 Help

 Would

 Could

 May

 Of course
 Sure

 Locate

e. Pronunciation

 Would

 Could

 May

 Mind

 Help

 Pleasure

 Ask

 Give

 Jam

 Pass

 Please

Method of Study/ Technique


a. Repetition drill

b. Exercise pronouncing

c. Make adjacency pairs

d. Performance
Steps of learning activity
1. Orientation (meeting I)

a. Students greet the teacher and their friends.

b. Students pay attention to the explanation about the purpose of the study to reach the
goal.

c. Students give the responses to the teacher’s questions about the material.

d. Students listen to the explanation about the definition of the study with examples.

e. Students listen to the explanation about the advantage of the study with examples.

2. Main activities

 Meeting II

a. Review the last meeting.

b. Students are given chance to ask for troubles and solutions.

c. Students listen to the explanation about the expressions of how to ask and give
help.

d. Students listen to the examples of the expression of how to ask and give help.

e. Students look at the illustration of how to ask and give help.

f. Students practice pronouncing how to ask and give help by repeating after the
teacher.

g. Students practice making simple adjacency pairs with the partner about how to
ask and give help.

 Meeting III

a. Students listen to the explanation about the expressions of how to ask and give
directions.

b. Students listen to the examples of the expression of how to ask and give
directions.

c. Students look at the illustration of how to ask and give directions.


d. Students practice pronouncing how to ask and give directions by repeating after
the teacher.

e. Students practice making simple adjacency pairs with the partner about how to
ask and give directions.

 Meeting IV and V

a. Review the last meeting

b. Each pairs perform the adjacency pairs

c. Teacher gives several corrections or encourages students to have self correction.

3. Closing activities for meeting I-V

a. Ask the students about the unclear material.

b. Give attention to the conclusion of the material from the teacher.

c. Give attention of expectation and advice from the teacher.

Source and Media of Study

a. Handout

b. Book

c. Illustrations (pictures)

Structure of Assignment

a. Students respond to the expressions of asking and giving help and directions.

b. Students find and respond the difficult words of the expressions.

Assessment

Indicator Evaluation

Technique Instrument Example


a. Respond to the Oral Test Question and answer Listen and answer the
expressions of following questions
asking and orally
giving help and
directions

b. Repeat how to Spoken Test Performance Repeat after me!


ask and give
help and
directions

c. Pronounce how Spoken Test Performance Repeat after me!


to ask and give
help and Would you help me
directions bring this book to my
correctly desk, please?

d. Mention how to Spoken Test Performance Mention one


ask and give expression of how to
help and ask for directions,
directions please!
correctly

e. Making and Spoken Test Performance With a partner make a


perform simple adjacency
adjacency pairs pairs, practice and
about one of the perform it
expressions of
how to ask and
give help and
directions
Evaluation
1. Mention at least 3 expressions of how to :
a. Ask for help
- Would you help me close the windows, please?
- Could you close the door, please?
- Can you do me a favor?
b. Do a favor
- Yes, sure.
- I’d be glad to.
- Yes, of course.
c. Ask for directions
- Would you tell me how to go to the central park?
- Could you tell me how to post this letter, please?
- Do you mind telling me the English lesson assignment?
d. Give directions
- Yes, of course. You must take a taxi from here
- With a pleasure, you must go to the post office.
- No, I don’t. The assignment is you must do practice 1 on page 20.

2. In pairs make an adjacency pairs using one kind expression:


Examples:
Asking for help and doing a favor

Student A: Could you help me bring these books, please?


Student B: I’d be glad to.

Asking and giving directions

Student A: Would you tell me where the library is?


Student B: With a pleasure, it is on the second floor and next to the bathroom

3. With your partner perform the adjacency pairs in front of the class!

Rubric

Poor : 0-12 total : 0-60


Average : 12-14 total : 60-70
Above average : 14-20 total : 70-100

A rubric for adjacency pairs performance


Name Fluency Pronunciation Grammar Vocabulary Appropriate Total
Ann 18 17 20 19 20 94
Orly 16 15 19 19 20 89
Adam 16 15 18 18 19 86