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MICRO TEACHING

ASKING FOR AND GIVING OPINION

Advisor:
Dian Anik C., S.Pd.

Compiled by :
Lungit Wawastiono (087169)

ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 2008-E


SEKOLAH TINGGI KEJURUAN DAN ILMU PENDIDIKAN
PERSATUAN GURU REPUBLIK INDONESIA
JOMBANG
2010
LESSON PLAN

School : SMA……………….
Lesson : English
Grade / Semester : XI / 1
Meeting : 2nd
Time : 2 x 45 minutes
Year : 2010 / 2011

I. Basic Standard
1 and 3
Understanding and expressing meaning in the text conversation transactional
and interpersonal official in the context of daily life.
II. Basic Competence
1.1 and 3.1
Responding and expressing meaning in transactional (to get thing done)
conversation and interpersonal (social) official and continue in an accurate,
fluent and grateful that uses variety of language spoken in the text of everyday
life and involves speech acts: asking for and giving opinion, expressing greeting
and leave taking.
III. Indicators
- Identify the meaning of speech acts expressing asking for and giving
opinion.
- Responding to speech acts expressing asking for and giving opinion.
- Expressing of expressing asking for and giving opinion.
Characteristic value:
a. Discipline
b. Study hard
c. General responsibility
d. Creative
e. Communicative
IV. Goals of Study
- Students are able to identify the meaning of speech acts expressing asking
for and giving opinion.
- Students are able to respond to speech acts expressing asking and giving
opinion.
- Students are able to expressions of expressing asking for and giving
opinion.
V. The Subject
Asking for and giving opinion
VI. The Teaching Learning Method
- Discusion
- Presentation
VII. Learning Activities
a. Pre Activities
1. Leading question.
b. Main Activities
1. Teacher explain material to the students.
2. Divide the class into five groups.
3. Each group choose a clue on the box .
4. Ask the students to open the clue, make a short conversation include asking
and giving opinion based the clue.
5. Give the students 10 minutes to make a short conversation include asking
and giving opinion based on the clue.
6. Ask the students to express their own asking and giving opinion in front of
the class.
c.Post Activity
1. Conclude the result of asking for and giving opinion the students.
VIII. Media / Instrument / Reference
a. Media : whiteboard, picture, scrip conversation, power point,
laptop, LCD proyektor.
b. Instrument : The clue sentence to make conversation
c. Reference : MGMP book.
X. Scoring
Performance
Jombang, 19 th March 2011
Mengetahui,
Advisor English Student

Dian Anik C., S.Pd. Lungit Wawastiono, S.Pd.


ASKING FOR AND GIVING OPINION
1. Material
Purpose : A way of asking and giving opinion in conversation
Kinds of material :
Expressing opinion
To express your opinion you can use the following expressions.
Asking for opinion :
 What do you think about……………….?
 What do you think of…………………..?
 What is your opinion about……………..?
Giving Opinion
 I think that…..
 I believe that…..
 I feel that…..
 I my opinion…..
 It seems to me that…
Agreeing
 Yes, I agree with John
 Yes, I think that's a good point.
 I'll go along with that.
Disagreeing
 I'm sorry, but I can't agree with John.
 I think you may have missed the point there ...
 Sorry, I can't go along with that.
2. Scoring Column
Nama :
Kelas :
No. :

No. Scored aspects Score range Score


1. Pronunciation 1-5
2. Grammar 1-5
3. Fluency 1-5
4. Physical Performance 1-5
Final Score
Scoring:
Score
X 100 = Final Score
Total score

Notes:
 Score 5, if all the scored aspects are perfectly done. without any mistakes.
 Score 4, if some the scored are less perfectly done.
 Score 3, if all the scored aspects are less perfectly done.
 Score 2, if there are a few mistakes in the scored aspects.
 Score 1, if there are many mistakes in the scored aspects.
3. The Instrument of Teaching Learning Process
The clue sentence to make conversation
4. Instrument Description
Name : The clue sentence to make conversation
How to make it?
1. Put the clue sentence in the box.
How to use it?
1. Choose one of the clue in the box.
2. Open the clue, understanding it.
3. Make short dialogue based on the clue and student creativity.
4. Performing the dialogue.
Example :
Tony : It’s nice to get out of Jakarta for a while, isn’t it?
Dita : Yes, it is. Jakarta is so busy and it’s the most polluted city in Indonesia. It’s
good for us to have fresh air outside Jakarta.
Tony : What do you think about going to Ancol beach?
Dita : I think Ancol beach is terrible. It’s noisy in the weekend because a lot of
people go there.
Tony : er……. And you know that the beach is full of rubbish. People and
industries nearby get rid of waste to the sea.
Dita : Yeah….. I know about that. I read an article in a newspaper telling that
because of the pollution the color of the sea water has changes to brown and
sometimes grey.
Rio : how about going to puncak? I think that is much fresher than that in
Jakarta. We can go for a tea walk. Its scenery is marvelous as well.
Dita : It sounds nice…. Let’s go there.

Clue sentences :
a. You and your friend are discussing their new English teacher. You likes her, but
your friend doesn’t.
b. You and your friend have just returned from a movie. You didn’t like it, but your
friend did.
c. You bought the new album of Britney Spears. You likes it, but your friend
doesn’t.
d. You and your friend are discussing about Bali. You and your friend like it.
e. You and your friend are talking about the latest fashions. You and your friend
like it.
DESCRIPTION OF MEDIA

 Teacher prepare the picture to leading question with students


 Ask the students to give opinion about that picture
 To explanation material to the students
Asking for and
Giving Opinions
Expressing Agreement
Expressing Disagreement

Expressing Opinions

 In my opinion…
opinion…
 Don't you think…
think…
 It seems to me…
me…
 According to…
to…
 I feel…
feel…
 In my experience…
experience…
Responding to Opinions

Agreement Disagreement
 I agree.  I'm afraid I
 You're right. disagree.
 I think so, too.  Maybe/Perhaps,
 ? That's right/true. but…
but…
 That's a good  I'm not sure I
point. agree.
 I don't agree.

Very Rude You are an idiot. Attacks the person


not the idea.

Rude That is a stupid Disagreement with


idea. the idea but criticism
is too blunt.

Acceptable I’m afraid I can’


can’t Gently disagrees with
agree with that the idea.
opinion.
Polite and While I agree Seeks to find
Intelligent that…
that…is important, common ground
I think … might while still expressing
be a better option. disagreement.

Sample Dialogue

? 1. A: In __________,
__________, camping is more
fun than swimming.
2. B: I'm ________.
________. I think camping is a
little dangerous.
3. A: ________,
________, but if you're careful, you'll
have no problems.
4. B: That's ________.

 Make media in power point


 Material asking for and giving opinion in power point
 Explanation material with slide to the students