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Download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd. Flag for inappropriate Buku bahasa Inggris When English Rings a Bell untuk Kelas VIII SMP/MTs ini bertujuan dipergunakan dalam tahap awal penerapan Kurikulum Buku ini. Buku Matematika Kelas VIII (8) Kurikulum Revisi PDF Buku Guru ini Wikipedia Pendidikan: Prediksi Soal UN (Ujian Nasional) SMP Lengkap. Buku Pegangan Siswa, Buku Pegangan Guru untuk jenjang SMP/MTs Kelas 8 Kurikulum (K13) Edisi Revisi Tahun Terbaru dalam Format PDF.
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. 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. Sometimes we go out in the afternoon for extra curricular activities. The six of us often do our homework together. We practice English together. We help each other and we learn from each other.
In our free time, we often ride on a bicycle around the town together. We sometimes swim in the river. The water is still clean and clear. We also play football together, very often.
First, we will study the example carefully and copy it in our notebooks. Second, we will make a list of the routine activities stated by each person. Third, we will present, not read, the lists to the class. Here are what Dayu and her sister do as their routines, according to Dayu. Here are what Dayu, Lina, and Siti do as their routines, according to Udin. Here are what Udin, Edo, and Beni do as their routines, according to Beni. Here are what Udin, Edo, and Beni do as their routines, according to Siti.
First, we will make a list of animals and pets there are around us. Second, we will discuss to make a list of the routine activities good people do to take care of them.
As good students we should take care of the animals around us. We will make a long list of activities that good people do to take care of their animals and pets.
First, we will listen and repeat the sentences after the teacher, one by one. Second, in the group we will take turns presenting, not reading, the sentences. Finally, we will write the text in our notebook.
Udin is sweeping the floor. Siti is mopping the floor. Lina is cleaning the whiteboard. Edo is putting the books back into the shelf. And, Dayu is taking the rubbish to the rubbish bin outside. We will tell what the other people around us are doing. First, we will study the examples carefully.
Second, we will copy the examples in our notebooks. Third, we will use the table below to make a list of 10 activities that the people around us are doing right now, like the examples. Place Person s Activities in the classroom we, Class 8B studying English in their notebook some students writing - Wina cleaning the whiteboard 1.
Collecting Information Some students are writing in their notebooks. Wina is cleaning the whiteboard. Second, we will copy the examples to our notebook. Third, we will write 10 sentences about the 10 activities we have in our table.
We will put the information in our table into meaningful sentences. We will learn to present orally, not read, the 10 facts to each other. First, one of us will stand in front of the group and present, not read, the 10 sentences orally. Second, we will take turns presenting the sentences. First, we will listen and repeat the conversations after the teacher, one by one. Second, in the group we will play the roles of the speakers in the conversations.
We will play the roles of the speakers in the conversation. What are you doing, Udin? What is Siti reading? What is Rina doing? Who are Roni and Rudi waiting? They are waiting for us. What is Rini doing?
Where are they studying? They are studying in the library. What is he doing? What are the teachers doing? What is Sinta doing?
What are they talking about? They are talking about the football match. What is Gani doing? He is downloading something in the school co-op. Collecting Information We will work in groups. We will ask and answer questions about what people are doing right now.
Second, in the group we will take turns asking and answering, not reading, the questions to each other. First, we will go around and find 10 activities that the people around us are doing right now. Second, when we find one, we will ask what the person is doing or what the persons are doing. Third, we will tell what the person is doing or what the persons are doing. Fourth, we will write down the 10 questions and the answers on a piece of paper.
We will ask and answer questions about ten activities that the people around us are doing right now. What is Marcel doing? We will play the roles of the speakers in the conversations. Is she studying for the English test?
No, she is not. Are they talking about us?
Is she laughing? Are they laughing? Yes, they are laughing.
Is she washing her hair? She is combing her hair. We will look closely at the 12 pictures below and guess what the people are doing. Here are what we will do with each picture. First, we will study the examples of how to do the activity carefully.
Second, one person in the group will guess by asking a question. First, one group will be standing in front of the class. One person will act out an activity. If they do not get the right answer, they will stop and then give the correct answer. We will play a guessing game. We will raise our hands and wait until our teacher gives us the chance to guess. We will learn to compare people, animals, and things in order: Second, in the group, we will play the roles of the speakers.
Are Dini and Dani really twins? I think so too. Bono is thinner but stronger than Gani. Gani is bigger but weaker than Bono. Yes, they are twins. Dini is taller and plumper and Dani is shorter and thinner. They have the same size. I can feel that the cotton is much lighter than the stone. The horse and the donkey look alike. But, the horse is bigger than the donkey. The donkey is smaller than the horse, right?
I think a mountain and a hill are just the same. The helicopter is flying higher than the plane. That one on the left is a mountain. And on the right is a hill. The mountain is higher than the hill.
The hill is lower than the mountain. First, we will listen and repeat the statements after the teacher, one by one. Hasan, my brother, is 15 years old. Hasan is my older brother. The plastic desk is bigger but is only 4 kilograms. So, the wooden desk is smaller but it is heavier, and the plastic desk is bigger but it is lighter. The old car is still faster than the horse cart. The cart is slower than the car.
The car can run 80 kilometers an hour, and the horse cart can run only 20 kilometers an hour. I can lift the bench. Elang cannot lift the stool. Elang is weaker than me! Surti is taller than her older sister, Wuni. Surti is centimeters tall and Wuni is centimeters tall. So, the older sister is shorter than the younger sister. First, we will do a written task in our group.
We will copy the table with the adjectives in the three forms to our notebooks. We will handwrite the work. While writing, we will say the words.
Second, we will be drilled by our teacher to say the adjectives in the three forms, orally. We must not see the table. Our teacher will say the basic form, and we will say the other two forms. We will do it very fast.
We will be drilled by our teacher to say the adjectives in three different forms. We will start with the verbs we have used in the conversation. Adjectives -er the -est 1 small smaller the smallest 2 strong stronger the strongest 3 big bigger the biggest 4 weak 5 tall 6 short 7 thin 8 high 9 low 10 heavy 11 light 12 young 13 old 14 long 15 fast 16 slow I know that now we are learning to compare the qualities of people, animals, and things.
They are: That is, a. For me, English is easier than History. History is more difficult than English. I bought this beautiful pencil case for just fifteen thousand rupiahs, and this very simple plastic purse for twenty thousand rupiahs. The pencil case is more beautiful but it is cheaper. The purse is simpler but it is more expensive. We will play the roles of the speakers. I think the book is more interesting than the film.
I like roses. They are more beautiful than other flowers. I think Edo is a very good student. He always gets good marks in all subjects. I think it is more comfortable there. For Marcus, English is more difficult than History. We will complete the sentences to compare people, animals, and things. First, we will read the sentences carefully, one by one. Second, in the group we will discuss to put the right words into the blank spaces.
Third, we will say the complete sentences. We will also say the words loudly, clearly, and correctly. I know that now we are learning to compare the qualities of people, animals, and things in longer words, such as: We will play the roles of the speakers on the next page. It is good. But the cotton bag is better. It is more expensive. But she got a better mark in English. She got an A.
I bought them for seventy thousand rupiahs. He bought them for two hundred thousand rupiahs. But I think a T-shirt without a picture is better. I like plain T-shirt. But cheating is worse. It is not honest.
They do not look fresh. But these mangoes are worse. They are rotten. You cannot eat them. But smoking in public is worse. But, the big one is worse, because there are many bad words in it. And after the flood, it certainly became worse.
My teacher has 20 books. My teacher has more books than me. I have fewer books than my teacher. In the afternoon, usually there are only 5 students. There are more students in the morning and fewer in the afternoon.
He has more money than my father. My father has less money than my uncle. Banana cake is very sweet. There is more sugar in banana cake, and there is less sugar in bread.
We will complete the following sentences according to the above statements. Second, we will discuss to find the right words to fill in each blank space. Third, every one of us will handwrite the complete statements on a piece of paper.
Finally, we will say, not read, the sentences to each other. Max is saying that his teacher has more books than him, and he has fewer books than his teacher. First, we will listen and repeat the statements after our teacher, one by one. Paper flowers are more beautiful than plastic flowers. So, real flowers are the most beautiful of all flowers.
Susi is centimeters tall. Ita is centimeters tall. Heni is taller than Susi. Susi is taller than Ita. So, Heni is the tallest, and Ita is the shortest. A mini bus is more comfortable than a micro bus. So, a big bus is the most comfortable of all. The eel is longer than the earth worm. So, the snake is the longest, and the earth worm is the shortest. Fruit juice is more delicious than canned fruit. So, fresh fruit is the most delicious of all.
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