Class / Semester: IV / 1
Competency Standards: 3. Understanding English writing is very simple in a classroom context.
Basic Competence: 3.1 Reading aloud by reciting the alphabet and the correct speech involving words, phrases, and sentences is very simple.
Time Allocation: 2 x 35 minutes
Learning objectives :
- Students can pronounce the alphabet, words, phrases, and sentences properly.
- Students can read the alphabet, words, phrases and sentences with the correct intonation.
- Students can read aloud properly and correctly.
Expected student character:
• Dare (courage)
• Diligence (diligence)
• Respect and attention Learning methods :
- Students listen to examples of loud reading conducted by the teacher.
- Students listen and respond to things that need attention in loud reading activities: pronunciation and intonation.
- Students imitate reading aloud with intonation and pauses according to the model.
- Students read aloud themselves with good and correct pronunciation, intonation, and pauses. Steps – Steps Learning Activities:
- Preliminary Activities
Apperception and Motivation
In apperception and motivation activities, the teacher:
• Teachers attend students.
• The teacher starts the lesson by asking about the names of students and asking if they can spell their names in Indonesian (if the topic relates to spelling).
• Teachers can ask students to pronounce the alphabet in English that they know aloud if the topic of the language is related to spelling.
- Core Activities
In exploration activities, the teacher:
• The teacher reads the text with good and correct pronunciation and intonation.
• Students listen to the teacher reading the text carefully. Elaboration
In elaboration activities, the teacher:
• The teacher reads the text aloud a second time.
• The teacher, then, asks students to imitate reading aloud with intonation and pauses in accordance with what the teacher exemplifies.
• Each student reads aloud himself with good and correct pronunciation, intonation, and pauses (while students are doing this activity, the teacher surrounds the student and justifies if there are students who make mistakes in reading).
• The teacher asks students to spell their names. Confirmation
In the confirmation activity, the teacher:
• The teacher asks questions about things that are unknown to students.
• The teacher and students ask questions to correct misunderstandings, provide reinforcement and inference to the newly learned material.
- Closing Activities
In the closing activity, the teacher:
• The teacher asks some students to spell the name of a friend, relative, or person they admire.
• The teacher asks students to practice spelling the names of objects in English they know at home as additional practice.