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Setelah mempelajari Bab 8, siswa diharapkan mampu:
1. Mengidentifikasi isi, fungsi sosial, struktur teks, dan unsur kebahasaan dari teks recount sederhana tentang pengalaman pribadi.
2. Menjelaskan isi teks yang menceritakan pengalaman pribadi dengan benar dengan memperhatikan tujuan komunikasi, struktur teks, dan unsur kebahasaan teks recount sesuai konteks penggunaan.
3. Menceritakan pengalaman pribadi secara lisan dan tulis dengan memperhatikan fungsi sosial, struktur teks, dan unsur kebahasaan teks recount sesuai konteks.
Meeting a star
On Saturday morning at 9:30, I was walking down Sunda Street, looking for a record store. A man stopped me andasked me the way to the Hyatt Hotel. I was not sure exactly where it was, but I walked with him to the end of Sunda Street. He was very friendly, and his face looked so familiar. Then I remembered where the Hyatt was and told him how to get there. He thanked me and tried to give me something. I thought it was money. I said 'no' at first, but he really wanted me to have it, so I took it.
I found the record store and listened to a few records. D' Masive had a new record that was number two in the top twenty. I decided to buy it. I looked in my bag for my wallet and found a piece of paper the man gave me. It was a photo. I was so surprised! He was a singer in D' Masive!
Listening Recount Sumber https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4HWrG7dXEzo
Tugas siswa A
Look at the pictures below. Do you know these people?
What are they famous for? Discuss with your classmates!
POINTS TO PONDER
What makes those people successful?
What characters do those people have in common?
Tugas Student B
Match the words in the left column with the synonyms on the right column. Then, compare your work to your classmates.
1. hit by lightning (adjective)
2. a meet-and-greet event (noun)
3. excited (adjective)
4. lobby (noun)
5. memorabilia (noun)
6. showed up (verb)
7. waved (verb)
8. crowd (noun)
9. sang along (verb)
10. autograph (noun)
11. speechless (adjective)
12. unreal (adjective)
13. cool/awesome (adjective)
14. friendly (adjective)
15. nervous (adjective)
16. amazing (adjective)
a. waiting room
b. come or arrive
d. get along
e. fan meeting
m. very happy
o. can’t say a word
p. a lot of people
Listen to your teacher reading the following words. Repeat after him/her.
hit by lightning : / hɪt baɪ ˈlaɪtnɪŋ /
a meet-and-greet event : / ə miːt ænd ɡriːt ɪˈvent /
excited : / ɪkˈsaɪtəd /
lobby : / ˈlɒbi /
memorabilia : / ˌmem ə rəˈbɪliə /
showed up : / ʃoʊd ʌp /
waved : / weɪvd /
crowd : / kraʊd /
sang along : / sæŋ əˈlɒŋ /
autograph : / ˈɔːtəɡrɑːf /
speechless : / ˈspiːtʃləs /
unreal : / ˌʌnˈrɪəl◂ /
cool/awesome : / kuːl / / ˈɔːs ə m /
friendly : / ˈfrendli /
nervous : / ˈnɜːvəs /
amazing : / əˈmeɪzɪŋ /
Tugas Student C
Read the following text, and then answer the comprehension questions.
Afgan has always been my favorite singer. I had always been thinking of how I would feel when I met him. Then I was suddenly hit by lightning when I found out Afgan was coming to town for a concert in a local auditorium. A day before the concert, there would be a meetand- greet event at a local radio station. Feeling excited, I packed all my Afgan’s CDs to get his signature at the event.
On that bright and sunny Saturday morning, the radio station was full of Afganism (that’s how Afgan’s fans are called). They sat on the chairs prepared inside the radio station’s lobby. Some stood in rows in the front yard of the radio station. A spot inside a lobby was prepared with a mini stage for Afgan’s singing performance and a table for Afgan to sign Afganism’s emorabilia. Finally, after about 40 or 50 minutes wait, Afgan showed up from inside the radio station. He smiled and waved to all Afganism who had been waiting excitedly saying, “Good morning. How are you all?” The crowd went crazy. The shouts sounded like a mix of “Fine, thank you” and screams of Afgan’s name.
Then, he started the event by singing his hit single “Dia dia dia”. Afganism went even crazier; they sang along with him throughout the song. Of course, I did too. I couldn’t take my eyes off this amazing singer who had released three albums. When he was finished with the song, the host announced that it was time for autographing the memorabilia. I prepared my CDs and began to stand in the line. When I arrived at the table, I was speechless. It was unreal just seeing him that close. I thought it was really cool seeing him like that because he really just felt like a normal person, which was awesome. He asked my name so that he could write it on the CD to say “To Mia, Love Afgan”. He was also very friendly, so I didn’t feel too nervous when I had a chance to take pictures with him. He was just an amazing person. That was one
of the best days in my personal life history.
1. How did the writer feel when she knew that Afgan was coming to town?
2. Did the writer want to see the concert?
3. When and where was the meet-and-greet event?
4. What is Afganism?
5. How did the fans wait for Afgan?
6. What did Afgan do when he showed up in the lobby?
7. How did the fans react when Afgan sang his hit single?
8. How did the writer feel when she finally got the turn to get Afgan’s signature?
9. Did she feel nervous?
10. What is the writer’s opinion about the meet-and-greet event?
11. Why do you think people like Afgan?
12. Is there something in the text that is not relevant to your life? Why?
13. Have you heard or read a text about a similar event?
VOCABULARY EXERCISES by Student C
hit by lightning
Use the appropriate words in the box to complete the dialog. The first letters of the words are provided to help you. Then, practice reading the dialog with a partner.
Dika : Hi, Mida, You look so happy.
Mida : Hi, Dika. You’re right. I’m really happy.
Dika : Really? Why?
Mida : I met my favorite idol, Agnes Mo yesterday.
Dika : Wow…, it sounds interesting.
Mida : I was so e__________. She was really awesome and f__________.
Dika : Did you meet her in a concert?
Mida : No, I didn’t. It’s a meet-and-greet event with Agnes Mo in Plaza Indonesia. Big c__________, hundreds of her fans!
Dika : Did you meet her directly?
Mida : Yes, I did. I took some pictures with her. I also got her a__________ on her last CD
Dika : It’s a_________. How did you feel at that time?
Mida : I felt n__________ and s__________.
Dika : Anyway, how did you meet other fans?
Mida : I met them in a fan meeting.
Dika : It must be a memorable experience for you.
Mida : Yeah, indeed. I will never forget it.
a. Who took part in the dialog?
b. What is the dialog about?
c. Number these sentences about Mida’s experience in their correct order:
______ I also got her autograph.
______ I went to Plaza Indonesia yesterday for a meet-and-greet event with Agnes Monica.
______ At the end of the day, I met other fans in a meeting.
______ Hundreds of her fans had been waiting for her.
______ When she appeared, I took some pictures with her.
______ I am so happy to have had such a memorable experience.
Use the words in the box again to complete the sentences reflecting other contexts.
1. One of the reasons why I like to study in this class is because all my classmates are
_____________________ . They are always nice to me.
2. I was surprised when a big birthday cake suddenly _____________________ from under the table. It has been hidden there for my surprise birthday party.
3. The police formed a line in front of the stage to avoid the _____________________ from climbing up the stage.
4. Today, we have to present our paper in front of the class. I’m very ___________________.
5. On the weekends, my family and I like to spend our time doing karaoke at home. We ___________________ with the singer on the DVD screen. It’s fun.
6. The students were very ___________________ when the teacher announced that they were going to have an excursion to the local public library.
7. I really want to have an ___________________ of my favorite football player, Lionel Messi, on my jersey.
8. When we arrived at the top of the mountain, we were ___________________, The scenery was magnificent.
9. I was ______________________________________ when I knew that my dad gave me a new laptop for my birthday.
10. Afgan is an ___________________ singer. His songs are always a hit.
Tugas Student D
Answer the questions below about the text on page …..
1. Who were involved in the event?
2. When and where did the event happen?
3. How were the events in the text arranged?
4. Write the sequence of the events in the text!
5. Was there any conclusion/evaluation of the story?
Individually, complete the following chart to find out the structure of the recount text on page …...
Parts of a
Summary from text
A sequence of
Discuss your answer with a partner, and then share it to the class.
Tugas Student E
Using Past Verbs
Read the excerpt from the reading text and study the uses of past verbs.
On that bright and sunny Saturday morning, the radio station was full of fans. They were excited to wait for Afgan. They were ready to see his performance on the meet-and-greet. When he was finished with the song, the host announced that it was time for autographing the memorabilia. I prepared my CDs andbegan to stand in the line. When I arrived at the table, I was speechless. It was unreal just seeing Afgan that close. I thought it was really cool seeing him like that because he really just felt like a normal person, which was awesome. He was also very friendly, so I didn’t feel too nervous when I had a chance to take pictureswith him. He was just an amazing person.
Read the text “meeting idol” again. Underline all the past verbs. Check with your classmates.
Tugas Studen F
Retell the experience of meeting Afgan using your own words. Use the following questions to help you retell.
1. Who were involved in the event?
2. When and where did the event happen?
3. What were the activities (events) that happened?
If I met Afgan/If I were Afgan
1. If you were the author, what would you do if you met Afgan?
2. How would you feel?
3. What would you say to him?
4. Would you give him something?
5. What would you give him?
6. Why would you give that?
7. What would you expect him to do?
8. Would you expect him to give you something?
9. What would you expect him to give you?
10. What if you were Afgan?
11. What would you do if you met your fans?
12. How would you feel?
13. What would you say to them?
14. Would you give them something?
15. What would you give them?
16. Why would you give that to them?
17. Where do you think you can find a similar text?
Now, find a classmate to be your speaking partner. Take turns using the questions above to talk about and listen to things you would do if you met Afgan, or if you yourself were Afgan.
Imagine that you once visited a place. Write the events when you were visiting the place. Use the following chart to help you. Then, take turns telling about your experiences.
Tugas Student G
Have you ever had a holiday? What happened? How was the holiday? Write a recount about your holiday. Make the outline of your story below:
At the end of this chapter, ask yourself the following questions to know how well you have learned.
1. Do you know how to tell or write a recount (past events)?
2. Do you give information about who, where, and when at the beginning?
3. Do you tell or write the events in the order they happened?
4. Do you have personal comments to end the recount?
5. Do you know the type of sentence patterns that you can use to tell about the past events?
If your answer is ‘no’ to one of these questions, see your teacher and discuss with him/her on how to make you understand and be able to tell or write about past events.
Tugas Student H
Think about an interesting activity that you did last week. Can you retell that activity to your friends?