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LESSON PLAN

School : Vocational School (SMK N 1 Sukorambi)


Level/Semester : X/I
Language Skill : Listening
Language Component : Grammar (Numbers)
Academic Year : 2012-2013
Time Allocation : 2 x 45


I. Standard of Competence
Communicating in English at Novice Level (Standard Isi 2006)
II. Basic Competence
Describing objects, people, characteristics, time, day, month, and year
III. Indicator:
Cognitive
Product
3.1 Answering the questions according to the questions dictated by the teacher correctly
individually
Process
3.2 Identifying cardinal and ordinal numbers in a dialogue correctly in pairs
3.3 Writing the numbers according to the sentences given correctly in pairs
Affective
3.4 Showing responsibility in doing the tasks given
3.5 Showing enthusiasm in discussion activity
3.6 Showing independence in doing the individual tasks
3.7 Showing cooperation with the partner




IV. Learning Objective:
Cognitive
Product
4.1 Students are able to answer the questions according to the questions dictated by the
teacher correctly individually.
Process
4.2 Students are able to identify cardinal and ordinal numbers in a dialogue correctly in
pairs.
4.3 Students are able to write the numbers according to the sentences given correctly in
pairs.
Affective
4.4 Students are able to show responsibility in doing the tasks given.
4.5 Students are able to show enthusiasm in discussion activity.
4.6 Students are able to show independence in doing the individual tasks.
4.7 Students are able to show cooperation with the partner.
V. Material: Enclosed
VI. Teaching Learning Strategy
a. Approach : Cooperative Language Learning (Think Pair Share)
b. Method : Discussion
VII. Teaching and Learning Activities
No.
Learning Activities
Time
Teachers Activities Students Activities
1. Pre-Instructional Activity
1. Greeting the students
2. Checking the students
attendance
3. Showing some color cards
4. Asking some leading questions
5. Stating objectives

1. Responding the greeting
2. Responding

3. Paying attention
4. Answering the questions
5. Paying attention




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2. Main activities
1. Explaining about numbers

1. Paying attention


2. Asking the students to make
pairs
3. Asking the students to do task I
in pairs
4. Discussing task I together with
the class
5. Asking the students to do task II
in pairs
6. Discussing task II together with
the class
7. Asking the students to do task
III individually
8. Discussing task III together with
the class
2. Making pairs

3. Doing task I in pairs

4. Discussing task I together
with the class
5. Doing task II in pairs

6. Discussing task II together
with the class
7. Doing task III individually

8. Discussing task III together
with the class





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3 Post Activity
1. Guiding the students to make
conclusions
2. Parting the students

1. Making conclusions with the
teacher
2. Responding the parting

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VIII. Media and Sources
a. Sources :
http://www.misterguru.web.id/2011/05/buku-sekolah-elektronik-bse-smk-kelas-x.html
Sutinah, Entin. dkk. 2010. Get Along with English for Vocational School Grade X.
Bandung: Erlangga

b. Media :
Manila paper
Pictures
Worksheets
Whiteboard
Board marker
IX. Evaluation
Process Evaluation
Cognitive
Instrument: Task I, II, and III
Affective
Instrument: observation
Indicators to be evaluated
1. Showing responsibility in doing the tasks given
2. Showing enthusiasm in discussion activity
3. Showing independence in doing the individual tasks
4. Showing cooperation with the partner
Observation sheet of students characters
No Name 1 2 3 4 good Not good
1.
2.
3.
4.



Etc.

Note:
Good = at least 3 indicators performed
Not Good = less than 3 indicators performed
Product evaluation
Cognitive
Instrument : Task IV
Affective
Instrument : -


Jember, November 2,

2012
The English Teacher Practicant

Drs. Nono Dwi Yuwanto Akhmad Muntaha
NIP: 146207161992031005 NIM: 090210401054

The Advisor,

Dra. Siti Sundari, M.A.
NIP. 19581216 198802 2 001

MATERIALS

Pre-Instructional Activity
Showing color cards:



Leading questions:
1. How many cards are yellow?
2. How many cards are green?
3. How about the black card?


Main Activities
1. Cardinal Numbers
A cardinal number gives information about how many. Since cardinal numbers show
quantities, they are also called counting numbers.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
One
Two
Three
Four
Five
Six
Seven
Eight
Nine
Ten
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Eleven
Twelve
Thirteen
Fourteen
Fifteen
Sixteen
Seventeen
Eighteen
Nineteen
Twenty
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
Twenty-one
Twenty-two
Twenty-three
Twenty-four
Twenty-five
Twenty-six
Twenty-seven
Twenty-eight
Twenty-nine
Thirty
31
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
1000
1000.000
Thirty-one
Forty
Fifty
Sixty
Seventy
Eighty
Ninety
A/one hundred
a/one thousand
a/one million




The use of cardinal numbers:
To tell the time, date, and phone number
Example:
1. I go to school at 06.15.
2. She will visit me on November 17, 2012.
3. Her number is 081234622145.
To show the speed
Example: 80 kph, 120 kph, etc.
To show the price
Example: Rp 56.000,00, $ 12, $ 98, etc
To show physical appearance, such as weight and height
Example: 40 kg, 167 m, 153 m, etc.
2. Even Numbers
Even numbers are numbers that can be divided by 2.
Example: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, etc.
3. Odd Numbers
Example: 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, etc.
4. Decimal
Example: 1. 0,5 = zero point five 3. 7,4 = seven point four
3. 3,8 = three point eight
5. Simple Calculation
Example: 1. 7 + 9 = 16 (seven added by nine is sixteen)
2. 11 10 = 1 (eleven subtracted by ten is one)
3. 5 x 6 = 30 (five times six is thirty)
4. 12 : 3 = 4 (twelve divided by three is four)
6. Friction
Example:
1. 1/3 = one/third 3. 2/5 = two/fifth
2. 4/7 = four/seventh 4. = one/second

7. Ordinal Numbers
Ordinal numbers explain the order of things in a set: first, second, third, etc. They are used
to show dates and rank or position.
1
st
: first 11
th
: eleventh 23
rd:
twenty-third
2
nd
: second 12
th
: twelfth 24
th
: twenty-fourth
3
rd
: third 13
th
: thirteenth. 25
th
: twenty-fifth..
4
th
: fourth 20
th
: twentieth
5
th
: fifth 21
st
: twenty-first
6
th
: sixth.. 22
nd
: twenty-second

Task I (in pairs)
Find cardinal numbers and ordinal numbers in a dialogue below correctly in groups of four!
Alya : Good morning, sir. May I sit down?
Interviewer : Oh, yes. Please.
Alya : Thank you, sir.
Interviewer : Are you ready for the interview?
Alya : Yes, sir.
Interviewer : Good. Lets start from your name. Whats your full name?
Alya : My full name is Prialaya Mahardika Dewi.
Interviewer : And your first name?
Alya : My first name is Alya.
Interviewer : Where are you from, Alya?
Alya : I am from Purwokerto, Central Java, sir.
Interviewer : Where do you live in Jakarta.
Alya : I live with my uncle in Depok, not in Jakarta.
Interviewer : I see. Whats your uncles address?
Alya : Jalan Kelapa Dua number forty-five Depok.
Interviewer : Where and when were you born, Alya?
Alya : I was born in Purwokerto, on the twenty-eighth of February nineteen
ninety.
Interviewer : How many siblings do you have?
Alya : I have one brother and two sisters. I am the second child in my family.
Interviewer : What are your parents?
Alya : My father is a teacher in Purwokerto and my mother is a nurse, also in
Purwokerto.
Interviewer : Does your uncle in Depok has a telephone?
Alya : Yes. His number is 021 5466 388.
Interviewer : Whats your phone number?
Alya : My number is 081 325 114 243.
Interviewer : What are your skills?
Alya : I can make programs on a computer and I have a TOEIC Certificate. My
score is 750.
Interviewer : Very good. Do you really want to work in this company?
Alya : Yes, sir, I do.
Interviewer : OK, I have seen your application. Next week, on Monday, September the
eighth, please come here again to see the announcement whether you are
accepted or not.
Alya : Thank you, sir. Can I leave now?
Interviewer : Yes, and please ask another applicant to come in.
Alya : All right, sir. Good bye.
Interviewer : Good bye.

Task II (in pairs)
Write the numbers according to the sentences correctly in pairs!
1. I got a hundred thousand rupiahs from my uncle last night.
2. She is fifty eight kilograms now. She wants to reduce it.
3. The channel is on ninety-nine point five.
4. Please dont drive faster than one hundred and twenty kilometers per hour.
5. You have to come to school at twenty to ten tomorrow.
6. Is there any event at school on the twentieth of December in this year?
7. I just need one fourth from the total numbers of those books.
8. Is ten million rupiahs not too expensive for a laptop?
Task III (Individual Test)
Answer the question dictated by the teacher correctly individually!
1. Seventy two added by eleven is
2. Eighteen thousand subtracted by five are..
3. Three hundred plus one thousand makes..
4. Thirteen thousand minus two hundred and fifty equals.
5. One thousand times one hundred and fifty is.
6. Five hundred divided by twenty is
7. Twenty-one added by two thousand and twenty nine makes
8. Ten thousand times five is
9. Fifteen thousand divided by five equals
10. Nine hundred divided by thirty is


Answer Key
Task I :
1. Ordinal Numbers : first, twenty-eighth, second, the eighth
2. Cardinal Numbers : forty-five, one, two, 021 5466 388, 081 325 114 243, 750

Task II
1. Rp 100.000,00
2. 58 kg
3. 99,5
4. 120 kph
5. 09.40
6. 20 December 2012
7.
8. Rp 10.000.000

Task III
1. 72 + 11 = 83
2. 18.000 5 = 17.995
3. 300 + 1.000 = 1.300
4. 13.000 250 = 12.750
5. 1.000 x 150 = 1.000
6. 500 : 20 = 25
7. 21 + 2029 = 2050
8. 10.000 x 5 = 50.000
9. 15.000 : 5 = 3.000
10. 900 : 30 = 30