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Unduh sebagai PDF, TXT atau baca online dari Scribd Buku bahasa Inggris When English Rings a Bell untuk Kelas VIII SMP/MTs ini bertujuan. HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT” YEAR VIII PUBLISHED BY ERLANGGA BASED ON THE bahan bacaan dalam buku berjudul "BRIGHT" ke English Standard Kompetensi dalam hal .. spoken and written, in form recipe and manual, very . PengembanganKurikulum di. Sekolah. Bandung: SinarBaruAlgensindo. FOR GRADE VIII JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS PUBLISHED “Bright” is relevant with the criteria of a good textbook proposed by KEMENDIKBUD. Sekolah Menengah Pertama/Madrasah . 11 Tahun tentang Buku Teks.


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Bahan ajar ini dirancang untuk pemakaian secara nasional dan oleh karenanya guru di seluruh Indonesia dapat menggunakannya langsung di dalam kelas atau dengan melakukan adaptasi seperlunya menyesuaikan KTSP masing-masing. Materi dan tugas pembelajaran dikembangkan dengan prinsip-prinsip Pendekatan Komunikatif untuk mengembangkan kompetensi siswa dalam keempat keterampilan berbahasa, yaitu menyimak, berbicara, membaca, dan menulis.

Selain itu materi dan tugas pembelajaran secara integratif mengembangkan kecakapan hidup dalam arti luas dan peningkatan kesadaran akan kebhinekaan. Materi dan tugas-tugas pembelajaran dalam buku ini diorganisasikan ke dalam dua siklus pembelajaran, yaitu siklus lisan dan siklus tulis.

Sementara siklus lisan menekankan pengembangan keterampilan menyimak dan berbicara, siklus tulis mengembangkan keterampilan membaca dan menulis. Sesuai dengan prinsip keterpaduan dalam pembelajaran bahasa, kedua siklus tersebut mengembangkan keempat keterampilan berbahasa secara terintegrasi.

Baik siklus lisan maupun siklus tulis tersusun atas empat macam kegiatan pembelajaran, yaitu pembuka, pajanan terhadap bahasa target, penjelasan mengenai unsur-unsur kebahasaan, dan latihan berkomunikasi dalam bahasa target secara terbimbing maupun bebas. Selain itu, untuk keperluan pengayaan dan evaluasi, setiap unit dilengkapi dengan tugas terstruktur berupa pekerjaan rumah dan evaluasi.

Untuk memberi kesempatan kepada peserta didik mengevaluasi dirinya secara mandiri, disediakan format evaluasi diri. Materi dan kegiatan pembelajaran dalam buku ini lebih dikembangkan untuk mendorong terjadinya learning pada diri siswa.

Kegiatan-kegiatan belajar dikembangkan untuk menjadikan siswa secara individu, berpasangan, dan kelompok kecil secara aktif belajar bahasa Inggris melalui kegiatan memahami dan menggunakan bahasa Inggris untuk mengekspresikan gagasan dan perasaan secara alami. Guru lebih bertindak sebagai fasilitator, pemberi feedback, dan pendorong siswa agar berani mengekspresikan dirinya dengan tidak mengabaikan pentingnya akurasi berbahasa.

Dengan kegiatan- kegiatan pembelajaran dan peran guru yang demikian, siswa terbimbing dan memperoleh fasilitasi dalam berlatih mengekspresikan dirinya sehingga secara bertahap akhirnya mampu berkomunikasi dengan baik. Siti can help her with the housework before she goes to school. According to Rani: According to Mr.

According to Denata: According to Widi: First, we will study the example carefully. Second, we will use the form below to write down what the three people can do and cannot do in the areas. Third, we will use the data to write about each of them. We will handwrite it or type it on a computer. Then, we will put our works on the wall of the classroom. We will answer questions from people who visit our works. We will work in groups. We will write about three people in our class.

We will tell what they can and cannot do in English, music, sports, housework, and others. We will use a dictionary. We will spell the words and use the punctuation marks correctly.

While we are writing, we will say the sentences loudly, clearly, and correctly. If we have any problems, we will go to our teacher for help. Wina - read story - answer questions - not ask question - play flute - sing English songs - sing folk songs - swim - run - not basket- ball - fry eggs - cook rice - fry banana - knit - draw 2.

She can read English stories. She can answer questions, but she cannot ask questions in English. She is also good at music. She can play the flute.

She can sing, too. She can sing English songs and folk songs. She can swim and run, but she cannot play basketball. She does them regularly. She can fry eggs and bananas. She can cook rice, too. She has two hobbies. She can knit. She can also draw pictures. Udin, will you help me to bring this book? Will you give this note to him, please? I will. Will you buy me iced tea, please? Edo, will you do this for me, please? With or without sugar? Beni,will you close the window, please?

Certainly, Sir. Yes, Mum. Third, we will use the guide to write what each speaker will and will not do. We will orally present to each other what eight people say what they wil and will not do. My dad is also very busy.

But he will come to my school to collect my report. She makes a mess, but she will not do the cleaning. She will not even clean her own room. When he has time he will paint our house too. He thinks that exercise is the best way to be healthy. For his health, he will walk 2 kilometers to his office every day. I will come to your house to help you. He will not stop crying before his mother buys him the toys he wants.

According to Adnan: His dad will go to his school to collect his report. According to Lathan: Lusi will not do the cleaning. According to Gunawan: According to Diah: According to Puspita: According to Dewi: We will write about each one of us in our group. We will make a list of 5 things that we can do but we will not do, and 5 things that we can do and we will do. Second, we will help each other to identify what we can do but will not do.

Third, each one of us will handwrite the work or type it on the computer. We will answer the questions from people who visit our works. We will consult a dictionary. If we have any problems, we will ask our teacher for help. I can do them, but I will not do them 1.

I can sing, but I will not do it in front of many people. I can swim, but I will not do it now in this clothing.

I can do them, and I will do them 1. I can speak English, and I will do it every day. First, we will listen carefully to our teacher reading the suggestions. Then, in groups we will say, not read, to each other all suggestions, like the example below. We will use more English now. You should greet me and your friends in English. You should ask questions in English. You should answer questions in English.

You should take leave in English, too. You should not be ashamed to use English with me.

You should not be ashamed to speak and write to each other in English. You should be sure that you can do it because I will always help you. You should sing more English songs. More importantly, you should understand the lyrics.

You should read more stories from around Indonesia and the world in English. The teachers give us 11 suggestions to use and learn English. One, we should greet our teacher and our friends in English. Two, we should ask questions in English.

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First, we will read the example carefully. Second, we will read each situation carefully. Third, we will discuss and decide a suggestion to give. Then, every one of us will handwrite the complete statements on a piece of paper.

Finally, we will share our suggestions to the class. We have 2 tests tomorrow, English and IPS. You should not go to the game. You should study for the tests.

You should look it up in the dictionary yourself. You should not depend on others all the time. Some students leave litter on their desks. I sit in the back row. I cannot see your writing on the blackboard. Our classroom is dirty and messy. I have a toothache.

I have hiccups. First, we will make a list of things that we should or should not do as persons and as students. Second, every one of us will handwrite the work on a piece of paper. We will make many suggestions that the students in this school should do to be better students and better persons. We will discuss to complete the statements in the box. From Monday to Thursday we must wear the batik shirt.

The girls must wear a black skirt, and the boys must wear a pair of black pants. On Friday we must wear the Scout uniform. We must wear proper shoes. We must not wear sandals, a T-shirt, or a casual wear at any place and at any time during the school hours.

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Associating We just learned to give suggestions, what we should and should not do. Now we will learn to say what we must do and must not do, like rules and obligation. First, we will listen carefully to our teacher reading the rules and obligations stated by Siti, Edo, Dayu, and Udin.

Then, in groups we will say, not read, to each other all the rules and obligations stated by each student, like the example on page We must come on time to class and to the flag ceremony. If we are late, we must wait outside the gate. We must not come in until the security guard gives us permission. We must sign a paper before we come to class. If we cannot come on time for any reason, we must hand in a notice from our parents to the principal.

We can learn well if the classroom is clean and tidy. So, we must keep our classroom clean and tidy. We must not litter. We must put the garbage in the garbage bin. We must not write or draw anything on the desks and on the walls. Associating My friends and I know very well that we must not be noisy. We must respect our friends who are working seriously. We must not chat and talk very loudly in class. We must keep our voice low.

We must not play around. We must work at our desks most of the time. We know from Siti the following rules in her school. One, the students must wear a uniform every day.

Two, From Monday to Thursday they must wear the batik shirts. We will state the rules and obligations that we, as students and as persons, must do at school and at home. First, we will make a list of the rules and obligations that we must do and must not do at school. Second, we will make a list of the rules and obligations that we must and must not do at home.

Third, every one of us will handwrite the work on a piece of paper. Chapter IV Come to my birthday, please! First, we will listen carefully to our teacher reading the telephone conversation. Then, in the groups we will play the roles of the speakers in the conversation.

We will play the roles of Beni and Lina in the conversations. They are on the phone. This is Beni. Thanks for inviting me. Are you sure we should wear a T-shirt to your party?? Wow, that must be fun.

See you then. I just got your invitation card to your birthday party. Oh, hi Beni. Good morning. How are you? Of course. You are one of my best friends. There will be some outdoor games. Alright, see you soon! Now, it is between Beni and Edo. They tell and invite each other to do some things. This Edo. Okay, I will wear my purple T-shirt. Wait for me near the bridge. We will play outdoor games there.

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Be there on time. We will play the roles of the students in the conversations.

Open it now, Lina. I hope you like it. Remember, never put hot water in it, ok? Let me open it now. Open it, please. Edo, this cup is really beautiful. They invite each other to do some things. Get up and have some exercise outside. Stop working. Let me put on my shoes. A little bit more. Just wait a minute, please. But, please wait for Lina. Let me put it in the bag first. First, we will read each statement carefully. Second, we will study the examples carefully.

Third, we will find the sentences in each conversation that tell or invite other people to do something. Then, we will put each one of them into the table of analysis.

Each one of us will handwrite it in our notebooks, or type it on the computer. Finally, in groups we will present, not read, the list to each other orally. We will look closely into the previous conversations again. This time we will learn how the speakers tell or invite other people to do something. We will learn to sew. Eat more vegetables or fresh fruits. For example, Just wait a minute please.

Please run, walk, or ride a bicycle. For your health Now, we will learn to ask the teacher for permission to do something. What are you doing there? What are you doing there, Edo? May I ask my group to help me to do it? Beni, have a seat. Go back to your group. Please excuse me. I will return this dictionary to the library. Edo, may I wipe my hands with this cloth? Can I wrap it later? Dayu, may I use your ribbon to put on my gift?

He just bought it for himself. Cut it into two, please. Here are the scissors. May I use the paper to wrap my gift? I just need a half of it. Take the green one. Can I sit here? One leg is loose. Please take the one over there. Beni, can we do it here? Can I wear your jacket? I have two jackets. I hope it is not too big for you. Use my paper. I have some left. We will look closely into the conversations again. First, we will listen carefully to our teacher reading the sentences on the greeting cards.

Then, we will choose one of them and copy it to our notebooks and apply different decoration. We will look closely into some birthday greeting cards Lina got from her friends on her birthday. Associating We will look closely into some other greeting cards. Then, we will copy them to our notebooks and apply different decoration.

First, we will look more closely into the greeting cards above by using a table of analysis. Second, we will discuss to identify the different pieces of information in each greeting card and put them into the table.

Third, we will handwrite the analysis in our notebooks. We will identify what the greeting cards say. When we are writing, we will say the sentences loudly, clearly, and correctly. No Parts Available? We will make 3 different greeting cards for 3 different occasions. First, we will study carefully the samples of greeting cards. Second, we will discuss and decide what kind of greeting cards that we will make. Third, we will make the first draft of our greeting cards.

Then, we will revise our draft to make the final greeting cards. We will also decorate them. First, we will listen carefully to our teacher reading the presentation. Then, in groups we will learn to tell, not read, each other about the characters.

Finally, we will describe what there are in the situation on the cover of this chapter. We will state the characters we have in this book. There are six characters in this book.

There are three girls; Siti, Dayu, and Lina. There are three boys; Udin, Beni, and Edo. There is one girl with a head scarf, Siti. There is one girl with plaits, Dayu. There is one girl with loose hair, Lina. There is one boy with curly hair, Edo.

There is one boy with straight hair, Udin. Then, in groups we will say, not read, to each other all the descriptions about the conditions of the roads.

The roads are very busy now, because there are many vehicles. There are also many pedestrians. There is little discipline on the road, but there are very few policemen around. In big cities, there are many traffic jams everywhere. There are many kinds of vehicles: Luckily, there are not many carts now. You can say, there is much air pollution. So, there are very few stars in the sky there.

There are a lot more stars in small villages. There are different kinds of public transportation: There are some traditional transportation: In many places, there are not many trees any more, so there is too much water during the rainy season, and too little water during the dry season.

Our roads are not safe now. There are many people who cross the roads, but there are many people who drive very fast. There is little care, so there is very much worry on our roads. First, we will study the example. Second, we will read each description again very carefully, sentence by sentence. Then, we will discuss to identify the things they say. Then, each one of us will handwrite the work in our notebooks. Finally, we will present our work to the class.

We will write the things that make many roads busy and not safe, stated by the girls and the boys on page , like the example. There are many vehicles there. There is little dicipline on the road. There are very few policemen around. Lina says there are a lot of traffic jams in big cities. First, we will go out to observe our roads. Second, we will work together what to say about what there are on the roads.

Then, we will display our works on the wall of the classroom. Heal the world Make it a better place for you and for me and the entire human race There are people dying If you care enough for the living Make a better place for you and for me Here are what we will do with the song.

First, we will copy the song in our notebooks. Second, we will listen carefully to our teacher reading the lyrics, meaningfully. Finally, in groups we will learn to read the lyrics to each other, meaningfully too. We will read the lyrics of the song below. If we want to, we can download the song from the internet. This is a very good song.

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The message is that we can make the world better because we care. We will use some sentences that will guide us to do it. The sentences contain important messages in the song.

First, we will read the examples and the guiding sentences that contain messages carefully. Second, we will copy the examples and the guiding sentences in our notebook. Third, we will discuss to find the parts of the lyrics that contain the given messages.

Then, every one of us will handwrite the lyrics in our notebook. Finally, we will discuss the answers with our teacher. We will also say each word loudly, clearly, and correctly.

The writer believes that love is in the heart of every person. Love in your heart will make you happy, not sad, and the world better. Love in your heart will make you aware that there are many people who are not as lucky as you.

The writer invites you to care for other people and try to make the world better. What animals do you see in the picture? First, we will listen and repeat each description after the teacher, sentence by sentence.

Second, in the group we will discuss to identify different pieces of information about each animal and put them into the table. Finally, we will handwrite the analyses in our notebooks. They are also intelligent and have good memories. Most of them live in Africa and Asia, such as in Lampung, Indonesia. They use their long trunks almost like an arm, to put food and water in their mouths. They eat grass and plants. They live in the grasslands and forests.

Their stripped coat gives them good camouflage when they hunt. They love meat to eat. Adopted from The Little Animal Encyclopedia Monkeys are clever mammals that can solve problems and hold things in their hands. They live in groups called troops.

Most of them live in the forest. Adopted from The Little Animal Encyclopedia Bears have thick fur coats to protect them from the cold. Most of them live in northern parts of the world. They are large and powerful.

They have a good sense of smell. Some of them eat meat, and some of them eat honey. In winter, some bears find a snug place to hibernate. Adopted from The Little Animal Encyclopedia First, we will study the examples carefully and copy them in our notebook. Second, we will discuss and fill in the table with the information of the animals, like the examples.

Finally, every one of us will handwrite the analysis in the notebook or type it with a computer. We will look closely at the descriptions of the animals.

We will use a table to analyze the information about them. No Animal Habitat Food Activity Characteristics 1 Elephants Africa and Asia grass and plants use their long trunks to put food and water in their mouths are the heaviest land animals 2 Tigers 3 Bears 4 Monkeys We will find three different animals and describe them one by one. First, we will study the given example about the rabbit. Second, in the group we will discuss and decide three animals to write about. We will find good pictures of the animals.

Third, by using the table of analysis, we will plan what to write about the animals, one by one. We will put into each column a relevant piece of information about each animal. Finally, we will use the sentences in the table to make a good paragraph about each of the animals. Rabbits are tame animals. They have two long ears. They eat carrots. They hop. They live in burrows.

Rabbits They live in burrows. First, we will listen and repeat after the teacher, sentence by sentence. Finally, we will do it in front of the class. We will tell what the zoo keepers do as their routines. He feeds the animals every day.

She prepares foods and drinks for the animals every morning. She takes care of sick animals regularly. They wash the animals everyday. He regularly repairs the animals cages. Second, we will state the names of the zoo keepers and their routine activities in good sentences. Every one of us will handwrite the complete sentences on a piece of paper. We will also say the sentences loudly, clearly, and correctly.

Collecting Information 1. Ahmad feeds the animals every day. Hari and Mrs. Warta and Mr. Second, in the group we will learn to tell, not read, the routine activities. We will learn to tell our routine activities, or the activities that we do regularly. My sister and I get up early every day. We make the beds and clean the house.

We also help mother to prepare the breakfast for the family. But before that, we never forget to do some exercise. We are just like other people. We take care of our home. When we get home, we do the housework ourselves. We wash the dishes. We also clean the bathroom. We water the plants too. Both my mother and my father go to work, and the children go to school. But we usually have breakfast and dinner together. We do not only eat, but we also talk, chat, and tell jokes. Dayu, Lina, and Siti are never late to class.

They walk to school, but they always get to school on time. They rarely take public transport. They look healthy and happy all the time. Both my mom and my dad are very good cooks. My father often makes fried noodle and fried rice for breakfast, with lots of vegetable and egg or chicken. My sister and I make the table and clean the dishes after the meals. They often speak English to each other, to their friends, and to the English teachers.

They ask questions in English. They answer questions in English, too. Their English is very good. They play together. They also exercise together. I like seeing them so close to each other.

Lina, Dayu, and I are their close friends, too. Udin, Edo, and I go home straight away after school. We do not go to wrong places in our uniforms.First, we will listen and repeat the sentences after the teacher, one by one. Our dad gave us a toy helicopter that lew with the help of H rubber bands.

Materi dan tugas-tugas pembelajaran dalam buku ini diorganisasikan ke dalam dua siklus pembelajaran, yaitu siklus lisan dan siklus tulis.

Refer back to the text again and ind ive sentences written in active voices.

By the way, congratulations for Bu the 1st prize. My friends and I often spend long holiday in our hometowns.