EnGLisH
PrESeNtaTion
Created By
:
1. R. Reza Putra Perdhana
2. Trifani Mayka Ratri
3. Andrean Gita Fitrada
4. Adhani Jauhari
1.
nnouncement
and Recount
Announcement
Recount
Purpose Of
Announcement
To announce people about something
or
To announce people to do something
Example of Announcement
Announcement
English Speaking Club
There will be a program to develop our
speaking skills next Sunday. We will practice guiding
tourist in Borobudur Temple. Please enroll soon since
there are limited sears.
Departure
: 09.00 am
Fee
: Rp. 75.000,00
Contact person
: Lala and Lulu
Chef
Mr. Z
Vocabulary from
Text Above
Develop
Guiding
Enroll
Limited
Sear
Departure
Fee
Chef
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Mengembangkan
Memandu
Mendaftar
Terbatas
Pemeriksaan
Keberangkatan
Biaya
Ketua, pemimpin
Generic Structure of
Announcement
Who is the announcement addressed
for ( untuk siapa / objek )
What is the content ( apa isinya )
From whom ( dari siapa / subjek )
Announcement
English Speaking Club
1
There will be a program to develop our speaking skills next
Sunday. We will practice guiding tourist in Borobudur
Temple. Please enroll soon since there are limited sears.
Departure
: 09.00 am
Fee
: Rp. 75.000,00
Contact person
: Lala and Lulu
Chef
Mr. Z
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2
Purpose of Recount
To retell the past events / experiences
for the purpose of informing or
entertaining
Language Features
Past Tense
Past Continuous Tense
Past Passive Voice
Example of Recount
Being A Dwarf
When I was ten years old, I realized how short I
was if I compared myself to the other people. But I kept
my observation to myself.
One day, I asked my mother why I was different.
She told me about achondroplasia or dwarfism. It affects
about one in 25.000 people. And I have it.
My parents knew I was a dwarf when I was just 18
weeks old. They noticed my head was larger than normal
babies and that I had curved back.
As I grew older my condition becomes more
noticeable. When I walked down the street, kids tugged on
their parent’s shirt and everyone was like, “Look at her,
look at her!” I used to get upset but then I just ignore
people. If they stared at me, I stared back until they
looked away.
At junior high school, things were fine because I
had really good friends. At first, they had question so I
explained my condition, and they understood.
I know I can’t change it. I like who I am. I will
always like who I am.
Vocabulary
Dwarf
Realized
Compared
Observation
Affect
Noticed
Grew older
Notice able
Tugged
Upset
Ignore
Explained
Understood
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orang kerdil
menyadari
membandingkan
pengamatan
menyerang
memberitahu
semakin dewasa
nyata
menarik
gangguan
mengabaikan
menjelaskan
mengerti
Generic Structure of
Recount
Orientation ( introducing who/ what/ when/
where )
Series of events ( tell the sequence of
events. These are described in order )
Reorientation ( summarises / concludes the
events )
Being A Dwarf
When I was ten yers old, I realized how
short I was if I compared myself to the other
people. But I kept my observation to myself.
One day, I asked my mother why I was
different. She told me about achondroplasia or
dwarfishm. It affects about one in 25.000 people.
And I have it.
My parents knew I was a dwarf when I was
just 18 weeks old. They noticed my head was
larger than normal babies and that I had curved
back.
As I grew older my condition become more
noticeable. When I walked down the street, kids
tugged on their parents shirt and everyone was
like, “Look at her, look at her!” I used to get upset
but then I just ignore people. If they stared at me,
I stared back until they looked away.
At junior high school, things were fine
because I had really good friends. At first, they
had question so I explained my condition, and
they understood.
I know I can’t change it. I like who I am. I
will always like who I am.
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2. NaRRaTive TeXT
and
PerSOnaL leTTeR
NARRATIVE
PERSONAL
LETTER
NARRATIVE TEXT
Social function: to entertain the reader /
common people
Orientation: sets the scene and
introduces the participant
Generic
Structure
Complication: a crisis arises
Resolution: the crisis is resolved,
for better or for worse
NARRATIVE
FAIRY
TALES
FOLK
TALES
LEGEN
D
FABEL
Significant lexicogrammatical
Focus on specific and usually individualized participant
Use of relational processes and mental processes
Use of material processes
Use past tense
Use of temporal conjunctions and temporal circumstances
EXAMPLES OF FOLK TALES: LEGEND
PRINCESS MANDALIKA
TALAGA WARNA
THE LEGEND FROM CENTRAL
CELEBES
TOBA LAKE
BANYUWANGI
EXAMPLES OF FOLK TALES: FABEL
THE CROW AND THE RED ANT
THE BOY WHO CRIED WOLF
THE TWO THIN GOATS
THE MOUSEDEER STEAL THE
CUCUMBER
EXAMPLES OF FAIRY TALES
CINDERELLA
SNOW WHITE AND THE
SEVEN DWARFTS
SLEEPING BEAUTY
BANYUWANGI
Once upon a time, there reigned in East
Java a king named Sindureja. He had a
prime minister named Sidapaksa.
Sidapaksa had a very beautiful wife.
Sidapaksa loved his wife deeply. They
lived in complete happiness. However,
Sidapaksa’s mother didn’t like her daughterin-law. Each day she tried to think a way to
separate Sidapaksa from his wife.
One day, King Sindureja asked Sidapaksa to search for the bud of a magic
flower in Mount Ijen. It was a long and dangerous journey. The assignment from the
king was so important and urgent. Sidapaksa had to leave his pregnant wife.
Not long afterwards, a son was born. The baby’s birth gave much happiness
to the yong mother.
However, one day, while the young mother was bathing, her mother-in-law
throw the baby into the river. Knowing that her baby had disappeared, the young
mother could neither eat nor sleep. She became very ill.
Two years passed and Sidapaksa returned from his journey. He succeeded
doing his duty. Just as he was about to enter his house, her mother told that his wife
had thrown their baby into the river.
Sidapaksa believed his mother’s story. He was too angry to use his common
sense. He drew his kris and aproached his wife who was lying weak on her bed.
“Ah, wicked woman. Tell me why you threw our new-born child into the river.
Tell me!” he said in a rough and angry voice.
“Oh, my dearest husband. I am innocent. I love you, and our baby. I didn’t
kill our child. If you don’t believe me, carry me to the river. I will prove that I didn’t do it,”
replied his wife calmly.
Sidapaksa took her wife to the edge into the river. Suddenly, his wife leaped
up and threw into the river.
“Oh my God! How will I know who killed my child?” moaned Sidapaksa.
Then, he looked at the water. Suddenly, two pure
white flower-buds appeared, one larger and taller than
the other. A sweet fragrance came from them
“Sidapaksa. Look here! Besides me is our child.
He himself will tell you who drowned him,” the taller one
spoke.
“Father, my mother is innocent. Grandmother
threw me into the river. Now, I’m happy because my
beloved mother has come with me,” the smaller one
spoke. Then, the two flowers vanished into the water.
They left their fragrance behind.
Since then, people call the city on its banks of the
river Banyuwangi. Banyu means water and wangi means
fragrance.
1.
To : Shanti
Jl. P. Diponegoro No.14
Probolinggo
4
Komplek Jayaraya
Jl. Bangunan Baru. No. 18
Bandung
2.
Dear Shanti,
3.
We are going to have a one-week holiday, aren’t we? Could you come
and visit us? Let’s go to Pasir Putih Beach and camp there. I think the weather
would be nice. We’ll have lost of fun.
Could you please reply soon?
2. The address of the addresses
Yours truly,
5.
Miranda
1. Your address
3. Salutation
4. Body of the letter/content
5. The end of the letter
Thanks for
Your
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