Content Mapping Materi Bahasa Inggris SMA SMK MA Kelas 10

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Alhamdulillah Wasyukurilah akhirnya penulis dapat memulai posting materi untuk SMA/SMK/MA Kurikulum 2013. Sebelum penulis share panjang lebar dan detail materi SMA, maka penulis share lebih dulu Garis besar(outline) Materi seperti yang tercantum dalam Buku Bahasa Inggris SMA Kelas X ini. Sebuah Garis besar/outline/Content Mapping pembelajaran Bahasa Inggris selama 1 tahun yang terdiri dari 15 chapters. Untuk lebih detailnya berikut penulis tulis ulang content mapping yang ada di Buku:
Bahasa Inggris K 13
Bahasa Inggris SMA SMK MA Kelas X Kurtilas
CONTENT MAPPING
BAHASA INGGRIS SMA/SMK/MA KELAS X

Chapter
KD
Social
Function
Text Structure
Language Feature
Topic-Based Activities
Skill Focus
1
Talking about Self
3.1
4.1
Introducing and mentioning, Identify to develop interactional communication with others
Transactional text: Opening; Exchange (talking about identity); closing
Vocabulary: name, family relationship, jobs, friends.
Grammar:
Pronoun
          Introducing oneself, parents, friends
          Writing an    e-mail
Listening
Reading
Speaking
Writing
2
Congratulating and Complimenting Others
3.2
4.2
Congratulating and complimenting to develop interactional communication with others
Transactional text: Opening; exchange (Congratulating and complimenting);closing
Vocabulary: Words related to adjectives and the topic,Congratulating and complimenting expressions
Grammar:
Simple past, Present perfect, Present perfect continuous;  singular-plural
          Using different ways of developing interaction with teachers, friends, family members, especially by congratulating and complimenting with others
Reading
Speaking Writing
3
Expressing Intentions
3.3
4.3
Telling and asking about intentions of doing something to develop interactional communication with others
Transactional text: Opening; exchange (Talking about intentions); closing
Vocabulary:
Names of recreational facilities, holiday and school activities.
Grammar: Would like, be going to
          Talking about intentions of doing weekend/holiday/school activities and school projects
Speaking
Reading
Writing
4
Which One is Your Best Get-away?
3.4
4.4.1
4.4.2
Describing or presenting information about a particular place and a historical building
Descriptive text (Identification, description)
Vocabulary:
Words related to ecotourism destinations and historical building
Grammar: noun phrases (structure of modification)
          Understanding descriptions of ecotourism destinations and historical building and describing them
Speaking
Reading
Writing
5
Let’s visit Niagara Falls
3.4
4.5.1
4.5.2
Describing or presenting information about a particular place
Descriptive text (Identification, description)
Vocabulary: Words related to recreational places
Grammar: adjectives and adverbs (quite, very, extremely); passive voice
          Understanding descriptions of recreational places and describing them
Reading
Speaking
Writing
6
Giving Announcement
3.6
4.6.1
4.6.2
Giving information to public
Opening; contents of announcement;closing
Vocabulary: topic-related words
Derivatives: nouns from verbs
          Understanding and giving announcements
Listening
Reading
Speaking
Writing
7
My Idol
3.7
4.7.1
4.7.2
Retelling a series of past events, usually in the order they occured
Recount text (Opening;events; Closing)
Vocabulary: Words related to meeting an idol
Grammar: Simple past (was/were); adjectives
          Recounting an experience of meeting an idol/favorite singer
Reading
Speaking
Writing
8
The Battle of Surabaya
3.7
4.7.1
4.7.2
Retelling a series of past events, usually in the order they occured
Recount text (Opening;events; Closing)
Vocabulary: words related to past events
Grammar: Simple past (was/were)
          Recounting a historical event, The Battle of Surabaya
Reading
Speaking
Writing
9
B.J. Habibie
3.7
4.7.1
4.7.2
Retelling a series of past events, usually in the order they occured
Recount text (Opening;events; Closing)
Vocabulary: topic-related words
Grammar: Simple past;adverbs (three years later, in May 1963, On 21 May, Immediately, initially)
          Retelling about past events related to the life of prominent figures, e.g., B.J. Habibie
Reading
Speaking
Writing
10
Cut Nyak Dien
3.7
4.7.1
4.7.2
Retelling a series of past events, usually in the order they occured
Recount text (Opening;events; Closing)
Vocabulary: Topic related words
Grammar: Simple past;adverbial clauses;adverbial phrases;adverbs (finally, sometime later, two years later, on November 1908)
          Retelling about past events related to the life of prominent figures, e.g., Cut Nyak Dien
Reading
Speaking
Writing
11
3.8
4.8
Entertaining, introducing moral values, and appreciating cultural values (folktales)
Narrative text (Orientation, complication, resolution)
Vocabulary: topic related words
Grammar: reported speech (indirect speech vs direct speech)
          Telling about folktales (e.g., Issumboshi) to entertain
Listening
Reading
Speaking
Writing
12
Malin Kundang
3.8
4.8
Entertaining, introducing moral values, and appreciating cultural values (folktales)
Narrative text (Orientation, complication, resolution)
Vocabulary: related to character and characterization as well as settings.
Grammar: simple past, adverb of time (clauses)
          Telling about folktales (e.g., Malin Kundang) to entertain
Listening
Reading
Speaking
Writing
13
The Wright Brothers
3.8
4.8
Talking about past events to develop interactional communication with others
Opening;exchage (talking about past events);closing
Vocabulary: words related to Wright’s experiences
Grammar: simple past and present perfect
          Talking about the life of The Wright Brothers
Reading
Speaking
Writing
14
Strong Wind
3.8
4.8
Entertaining, introducing moral values, and appreciating  cultural values
Narrative text (Orientation, complication, resolution)
Vocabulary: words related to characters and characterization as well as setting.
Grammar: simple past;past continuous;adverbs (e.g., once, oneday, ever since that day)
          Telling about folktales (e.g., Strong Wind) to entertain
Listening
Reading
Speaking
Writing
15
You’ve got a Friend
3.9
4.9
Entertaining, introducing moral values, and appreciating cultural values through songs
Structure of songs
Vocabulary: words related to friendship
Grammar: adverb clauses (if, when)
          Discussing the moral and cultural values of songs, e.g., You’ve got a Friend
Reading
Writing
Speaking
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