Rabu, 10 April 2019

Descriptive text


EXPLANATION OF DESCRIPTIVE

Definition:  the text which describe about something specifically.

Purposeto describe about something.

GS:
1.      Identification : contains about topic and it identities the phenomenon that will be described.

2.      Description : It describes the parts, qualities and characteristics of the topic

Tenses : Simple Present Tense.

Language features:

a.     Use various adjectives for describing, numbering and classifying the object.
b.     Use relating verbs
c.   Use adverbs to give additional information about the characteristic of the object.







EXAMPLE OF DESCRIPTIVE

Maudy Ayunda
IDENTIFICATION
Maudy Ayunda is my favorite artist. She is very  beautiful and smart. She make me like with her voice since first I saw her at TV.
(Maudy Ayunda adalah artis kesukaan ku. Dia sangat cantik dan pintar. Dia membuat ku suka dengan suara nya sejak pertama kali aku melihat nya di tv.)

DESCRIPTION
My first time see her is when she promote a beauty product on a TV’s advertisement. And then, she play movies and also become a singer. Her voice is also wonderful. I like the song since the first time I heard it.
(Waktu pertama kali melihat nya adalah ketika dia mempromosikan sebuah produk kecantikan di iklan tv. Dan kemudian dia bermain film dan juga menjadi seorang penyanyi. Suara nya sangat menakjubkan. Saya suka lagu nya sejak pertama kali mendengar.)

Maudy is also an artist that care about her education. I hear now she is studying at foreign university. I hope she will make new movies and songs soon.
(Maudy juga seorang artis yang peduli tentang pendidikannya. Saya dengar sekarang dia belajar di universitas asing. Saya berharap dia akan membuat film baru dan lagu segera.)
 ANALYTICAL EXPOSITION.

PURPOSE :To persuade the reader or listener that something is the case.


GENERIC STRUCTURE :THESIS. Position. Introduces topic and indicates writer's position.  
                                                      PREVIEW.Outlines the main arguments to be presented.

ARGUMENTS.POINT :Restates main arguments outlines in preview.
                         ELABORATION :Develops and supports each point/argument.
REITERATION : Restate writer's position.


LEXICOGRAMMATICAL FEATURE :
                            Focus on generic human and non-human participants.
                            Use of present tense.
                            Use of Conjunction to state argument.

Rabu, 07 Februari 2018

capability

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1RFn_GmsN010kLJoHJpHNq1KzcfTS56mF/view?usp=sharing

ppt analytical

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1kAmCUAjNzAF29EzIkOoxA1xbZSojpe9y/view?usp=sharing

POSSIBILITY

POSSIBILITY AND CAPABILITY
EXPRESSING POSSIBILITY (KEMUNGKINAN)
Asking Possibility :
1.Do you think it’s possible that … ?
2.What possibility is there that … ?
3.What’s the possibility of … ?
4.What are the chances of … ?
5.Do you think you can … ?

6.Is it possible that?
Expressing Posibility :
1.Yes, it is.
2.That’s possible.
3.Sure. It can / could be.
4.There’s a chance.
5.Perhaps.
6.I think so.
7.Might.
8.Maybe.

 EXPRESSING CAPABILITY (KEMAMPUAN)
Asking Capability :
1.Do you think you are capable of … ?
2.Are you capable to … ?
3.Are you able to … ?
4.Can / could you … ?
Expressing Capability :
1.I am able of doing it.
2.I’m able to …
3.I have the ability to do it.
4.I’m good at … (noun)
5.I can / could do it.

EXAMPLE
EXPRESSING POSSIBILITY
A  : Are you sleepy ?
B  : No, I’m headache. So I think it could be better if I sleep.
A  : Maybe you need some medicine. I have in my bag. Wanna try ?
B  : Perhaps, I need it.
A  : Ok, wait for a while. I will take it.
EXPRESSING CAPABILITY
A  : Can you explain me about the process of extraction in the laboratory ?
B  : Yes, no problem. I can.
A  : Do you have a pen ?
B  : Oh, sorry I don’t bring it.

PRACTICEPRACTICE
1.A : Are you sure to come to Alya’s birthday tonight?
      B : I believe I can come.
      The underline sentence means ....
a)Disagreement
b)Displeasure
c)Possibiity
d)Impossibility
e)dissapointed
2.A : Is it possible we win this race ?
     B  : ......
a)Probably, I’m not sure you go to the mall
b)There is possibility of being the winner
c)I may be join too
d)I don’t know the rules
e)Lets buy a car
3.A : Is there a chance that we’ll win the football match ?
      B : .....
a)I like football
b)Lets watch it
c)May be you can buy a ball
d)Of course there is a chance to win
e)I’m very confuse



Selasa, 06 Februari 2018

review text

mapel: BAHASA INGGRIS.
kls    ; XII IPA





Pengertian Review Text

Secara harfiah, review bermakna "tinjauan, ringkasan, tinjauan ulang." Jika ada frasa book review berarti bermakna tinjauan buku. Karenanya, review text bisa diartikan secara harfiah sebagai teks yang difungsikan untuk meninjau. Apa saja yang ditinjau? ya apa saja lah, baik buku, produk kecantikan, mobil, hp, laptop dan lain sebagainya.

Social Function Review Text

Ternyata review text bisa berfungsi sebagai to criticise an art work, event for a public audience. (untuk memberikan kritik terhadap suatu karya seni, ataupun lainnya untuk khalayak umum).

Generic Structure Review Text

Generic Structure dari Review Text terdiri dari :

  • Orientation : places the work in its general and particular context, often by comparing it with others of its kind or through an analog with a non–art object or event. (menempatkan karya yang ditinjau pada konteks umum ataupun khusus, biasanya dengan membandingkan dengan karya lain yang sejenis atau melalui analogi obyek yang bukan karya seni.)
  • Interpretive Recount : summarize the plot and/or providers an account of how the reviewed rendition of the work came into being.(meringkas alur cerita "jika mereview buku" bagaimana cara penyampaian karya tersebut)
  • Evaluation : provides an evaluation of the work and/or its performance or production; is usually recursive.(memberikan sebuah evaluari karya ataupun penampilan, produksi; evaluasi ini biasanya berulang-ulang


Contoh Review Text (1) - A Book Review

Rhymes of the Times By: Harold Matthew Nash 
Publisher: Booksurge
Reviewed by: John Lehman
   
I particularly liked the first few pages of this book where the poet acknowledges those who have helped him and tells us something about his life. Too often writing is a lonely task and poetry so personal that it excludes others until they read the final result. But both poets and audiences are intimately involved in the process. Readers are not consumers looking for a pair of shoes, but people trying to discover something about how they feel, as well as understand the emotions of the person writing the poem. This spirit of openness and participation is right here from the start in this collection. 

Harold is one of nine children, raised by his mother. In the Introduction he tells us about public moments that have shaped his life (Martin Luther King’s ”I Have a Dream” speech, Muhammad Ali’s “I can float like a butterfly and sting like a bee.”) as well as very private ones like attending the wedding of a girl he was still very much in love with. This not only gives us an insight into the person behind these poems, it helps us understand their inspiration and connection to things outside of the words. “The Bee in the Web” draws on the “butterfly”/”bee” of Ali’s boast, yet expands on it to a message of racial harmony as opposed to one of militant aggression and separatism.

There are some great titles (“The Martian and the Wino,” “W Stands for Wrong", ”Fasten Your Seatbelt”) and lines that make us think (“Sometimes I feel that life’s a curse, has front-wheel drive and no reverse” and the very poignant “I hate in order to protect yourself—you pack a gun or mace. So why don’t I say what the hell and hate the human race.”) There are also some bad lines: “Her skin is cream, her body is slim. Looking at her makes the average saint sin.”—perhaps, but what or who is “the average saint”? The book ends with a sweet poem by Charla Angeline Hultmann (and I really like the candor of her bio) called “Gift” and “giving” is the real spirit of this book of poetry.

I will be honest, I am not a fan of rhyme. There is a delight in adjacent sounds rubbing together—vowels held and savored, consonants clicking in a row—but “easy” rhymes (“head”/“dead”; “love”/”dove”; “moon”/”prune”) tend to overshadow poetic subtleties, determine word choice and the words themselves lose their meaning, becoming clich├ęs. But this is the music of this poet’s generation, and there is no denying that poetry is more alive, more meaningful and more accessible than it has ever been at any other time during my life. PS I do love the “Osama” “mama” rhyme. In general I think it would benefit Harold Nash’s development to read more of the published contemporary Black poets.


But form aside, this is an honest (courageous and unflinching) look at life today—one we need to share together for the survival of us all. That is “Rhymes of the Times” message. And it is a good one.

Latihan.read these text carefully and answer these question.
1.What is the text tell us about ?
2. The word        This” in the last paragraph refers to........
3.who is the writer ?
4.what is the main idea of the first paragraph ?
5,how many paragraph are they ?